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markkeville


World Member, Newcastle upon Tyne

sign of the times

Small stalls selling farm eggs - which operate on a basis of trust - are ubiquitous in Britain. This is the first time that i have seen a warning sign - indicating CCTV (camera) surveillance , to deter theft.

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  • AnBes 13/08/2018 13:24

    Trust is good, control is better!
    Who said life must be fair?
    Signs to think about - it is our world!
    Grüßle AnBes
  • archiek 13/08/2018 6:42

    But the eggs are free! There is a double meaning in the wording of the sign. And from my point of view, I would not want to eat the egg of a 'Range'. They would only get a baffeled look from me in the camera.
    Regards, Archie
    • markkeville 13/08/2018 7:57

      Oh, Archie. I wonder if you are kidding (joking). If you see a sign saying "free range eggs" in Britain - it does not mean you can take them without paying. Free Range simply means that the hens are not confined to chicken coups - but are free to roam around. It makes me think that you might have been taking the eggs - obliging the  farmer to invest in surveillance equipment. You are now chief suspect. mark.

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