Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Vin de Pays puts his foot down

Moley was snuffling around the recently completed Heronbank accommodation blocks the other day when he noticed the road running from the Sports Pavillion to Scarman House was big enough to run busses down. It seemed a shame that it was bollarded off and was being used as a service road.

Mole has heard a rumour, however, that this new road was indeed earmarked for the X12, and 12 bus route but that University leader David Vin De Pays got wind of the fact that his house would be on a major bus route, and was not amused.

Friday, May 20, 2005

Blue Movie Award

Warwick Incest, the internet-based mouthpiece of UH recently reported on our illustrious security staff, who were recently awarded a blue lamp award in recognition of their close co-operation with the local boys in blue in crime prevention on campus.

Hot on the heels of this, it appears that security have found a new past time that doesn't involve maliciously clamping student cars. It appears that they have been misappropriating university CCTV to zoom-in on student bedrooms. Presumably they are hoping to get a blue-movie award for their troubles.


Apparently the University authorities took rather a dim view to this activity, and have asked some of their number to seek alternative career opportunities.


In unrelated news, Clive Dove-Dickson, manager of Cocksuckers supermarket notes that the sacking of security staff coincided with a marked drop in doughnut sales.

Thursday, May 12, 2005

The Warwick Mole

Snuffling around Warwickshire, I pushed up and into the University of Warwick Campus. Seems like a nice place, manicured lawns to trash (my favourate past time), even the ducks look fat and happy.