As most of my readers know, I prefer to bring slightly chaos and controversy to the Online World and to blogosphere too. Fortunately for you, I recently met one of the crucial irreverent and controversial bloggers in London. Ah yes, I converse of Josh Aggars, oh so you've heard of him too. Effectively, as you most likely understand I am not afraid of a little bit sound and fury, and Josh exudes these attributes, and places his readers in a state of hilarism and puts the established order in fear of being his subsequent literary goal of alternative as he scans town from above like a Predator Drone.
At the moment's subject of discussion is none aside from the London Olympic Games crisis. You see, Josh said matter of factly; "The bill for this two week spectacle was initially budgeted at £2.7/$4.9 billion. Since then nevertheless prices have spiraled to a mouth-watering £9.35/$13.5 billion. All this despite the again drop of an age of austerity within the UK where extreme authorities cuts to public spending mission 1,000,000 public servants are to be made redundant over the course of the following Parliament. Factor in appreciable school sports activities funding cuts and the promises start to ring hollow."
Indeed, I hear his concern and the priority of fellow Londoners loud and clear, but alas a rustic's word and repute is at stake, it must honor its obligations. Now the world is actually watching. The 2012 Olympic Games Should Go On, "Oh It will, but not with out Controversy" I instructed him. Query is will the Olympic Park Legacy Firm (OPLC) for the 2012 London Olympic Games honor its commitment, higher but does it have the monetary wherewithal too? The implications will affect London's world standing, truly all of England suggests Josh, and I let you know what; I couldn't agree more.
Now the query is can different sports activities like Soccer are available in and use the stadium sooner or later or will it decay with weeds and turn to dust because the Athens Olympic Stadium just about unused now's? In any case, Josh laments; "Running tracks and soccer do not mix so far as the fan expertise is concerned."
He is right of course, however that does not mean they'll't. If the stands are elevated, another tier of seats could possibly be added for extra soccer seat rows, boxes, etc. Well, like I stated there's never a uninteresting moment with Josh Aggars, who is arguably London's most irreverent, outspoken, and controversial blogger of the new millennium from where I stand within the stadium. Please contemplate all this.