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A New Job For David Blindgitt?

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The Rockall Times hopes you'll feel free to suggest any other interesting employment opportunities.

Trapeze artist

Being a blind bloke, Blunkett will have no fear of heights and we feel sure he could rapidly become the world's first "Flying MP", thrilling the kiddies with his death-defying big top antics, without a safety net. His dog might not be entirely thrilled about the idea though. Ho hum.

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The Rockall Times hopes you'll feel free to suggest any other interesting employment opportunities.

You missed off European non-job with houses across Europe to keep his lady friends entertained...

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"Adult film" performer?

They say that losing one of your primary senses heightens the others, so Blunkett's highly-developed sense of touch — described by previous lovers as leaving them "totally satisfied as a woman" — will have the top ladies in the business queuing up to make filthy scud flicks with him. If he relocates to Germany, his dog could probably get in on the action as well.

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Oldham have implemented a new refuse policy. If your bin is over 45' open they take the top bag out and empty the bin and put your bag back in the bottom. They're ignoring hige bits of rubbish not in the bin too.

Despite warnings about this there's a woman up the road who's left a huge pile of cardboard out and a bin bag and its still there. They've emptied the wheely bin but if she puts that rubbish in it'll be full. So she's left it in the street.

They'll need blind and deaf binmen cos this policy is going to cheese off some people.

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