a reply to: Night Star
As it happens, Ashley had a bit of a bad time of it in school on Wednesday morning. Right as assembly was ending, he tried to stand up, and put all
his weight on one hand in order to push himself off the floor. What ended up happening, was that he dislocated his thumb for a time instead.
Luckily, he seems to be unaffected by the event, and his thumb is now back where it belongs, but it must have put the wind up him a bit! Aside from
that, I will be assessing the situation in a weeks time, where I will want to be going over anything that has happened within the last two weeks at
school with him to check on the quality of his experience. If he is still having trouble with other children, then I will be writing to my MP first,
and then to every other bastard in government that I have to, in order to get that school put under special measures, and get the head teacher
replaced with someone with a backbone.
And the court case grinds on, and now involves the European Court of Human Rights, who have all been copied in on the case, because he has claimed
that we discriminated against the claimant. We still have not been able to actually defend ourselves against this claim, because the judges seem
utterly incapable of actually reading the material we have assembled, which proves the gentleman's claim to be spurious and without any validity what
Even better than that, our solicitors proved themselves to be totally bloody useless, and we have now changed to a different solicitor, one who came
recommended from a very trustworthy source, as far as things like this are concerned anyway.
To be honest, I am furious that this legal nonsense lasted longer than the sixty seconds that a reasonable person would have taken to realise that
this claim is total nonsense, and that the claimant is incapable of proving any of his allegations because the events they relate to, specifically,
never actually happened.
Frankly speaking, I am very much tempted to punch something in the face over that whole matter.