We don’t have local elections here in Leicestershire but if you do, don’t forget to vote. Local elections are often run on local issues, viz the trees in Sheffield:
and in London the issue is more likely to be the Windrush scandal:
which impacts on how the government is seen both locally and nationally. Mind you, the Tories in Ilford don’t seem too worried, if this leaflet is anything to go by:
(I’ve given the google search so you can be sure a number of sources have reported it: I wasn’t sure if it was a spoof at first.)
But now we’ve had a good laugh at the Tories’ expense I come on to today’s question. Which is, seriously, what is the point of pages intentionally left blank? I downloaded an e-book yesterday and had to scroll through about half a dozen pages which said ‘This page intentionally left blank.’ Apart from being a contradiction in terms, since, thanks to these words the page is now no longer blank (a pedant would write ‘the rest of this page intentionally left blank’) what is the bleeding point? In the old days when books were bound and you had to have a set number of pages it was understandable, but with an ebook you can have anything anywhere, can’t you? So WHAT IS THE POINT???
This goes in the ‘annoying and futile’ bin along with progress bars that don’t show progress:
and voting Conservative (ho ho.) So…… make sure you head down the polling station some time today – and don’t leave your polling card intentionally blank.
4 thoughts on “This Page Intentionally Left Blank”
I am intentionally not making a comment.
I have not seen your comment…
How can I ignore making a comment on a split infinitive?
Right. Off to vote. I’m afraid it’s going to have to be tactical. Last time Con just took it from a long-held Green, with the others miles behind, Green restanding.