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Underground Sewer Entrance-Sainsbury’s thinks punters are happy as rats

March 20, 2010


Sainsbury's entrance from its bowels

Sainsbury's entrance from its bowels

This grotesquely bloated monster needs to be fed from its bowels.  Its so obscenely large there’s no room for the car park outside.  This is their rose-tinted picture of the underground car-park entrance. They forgot to include the  rubbish, graffitti, urine stench, empty trolleys etc.

Here’s a more realistic view of the sewer-like back and front entrance of the monster on stilts with the lights down a bit.  Think of Asda Bedminster car park under stained concrete pillars with virtually no natural light-the 1960’s multi-story car park shopping experience.

underground car-park in the dark

Shoppers forced under the sainsbury monster like rats

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7 Comments
  1. harryT permalink
    March 21, 2010 9:13 pm

    Can I just say I like the monsters and the pictures.

    If people want to debate this issue, they can do so on the BASICS site. This site is the perfect counter-balance to the PR nonsense and spin the supermarket and the club put out. They are monsters and should be represented with gorilla and godzilla picutres.

  2. March 22, 2010 2:06 am

    Ask the people who live next to the IKEA monster what they think of it. Gasheads should have stayed put (hint…)

  3. harryT permalink
    March 22, 2010 9:06 am

    and Ikea is proof that putting a monster store in an area does not increase traffic flow at all. There is seldom any problem with traffic in the streets around Ikea and Tesco’s Eastville.

  4. March 22, 2010 2:50 pm

    On busy days the traffic jams back up the slip road to the four lane M32. Locals were gassed out (!) from motorway traffic before the Flat-Pack monster reared its ugly head. Two lane Winterstoke Rd is already rammed at peak periods and the flyover is choked-up.

  5. harryT permalink
    March 22, 2010 5:04 pm

    Can I make clear that I was only joking when I said there were no traffic problems at Ikea. They are horrendous. Unfortunately, I think Richard Lane took me seriously.

  6. Tena Lady permalink
    March 23, 2010 4:00 pm

    Richard Lane, you’re shameful OR You’re living in la-la land.
    If you think anyone here believes the traffic round Ikea & Tescos at Eastville “copes quite nicely” most of the time.
    You beggar belief.

  7. March 24, 2010 7:05 pm

    The club and and Lord Sainsbury have been very quiet this time. You would almost think they were hoping to get the monster mega-hypermarket through planning on the sly with no local opposition. Nice try. After getting their fingers burnt on all the Tesco garbage that backfired who can blame them. Pity Lansdown and Sexton are afraid of coming out to the local community to explain all the benefits of the Ashton Gate Monster. But good job they’ve got the services of Richard Lane to do all the dirty work for them again-hope they appreciate your fine work as unpaid top spin-doctor and reward you suitably. Their own PR machine should be suitably.. er.. sacked.

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