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The Worst Things in Hampstead, Greater London*

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The Worst Things
  • It's too expensive, no wonder all the celebs are here
  • my bro
  • I would suggest that Keats/Heath Library has moved into at least a good thing rather than a worst thing. It has plenty free computer internet access, a good supply of contemporary novels, new ones every month, a great selection of DVDs at 2 pounds for 2-3 nights, great displays, you can ask the staff if you want to exhibit or to suggest a populist event and a sunburst glass dome. This is 2000 and Camden libraries have changed. You can even hear people like Johnathan Ross or Johnathan Miller reminiscing from time to time for free and have a glass of wine. Oh yes and you can have a cup of coffee for 40p any time. It is open Sundays 11-4pm.
  • I would suggest that Keats/Heath Library has moved into at least a good thing rather than a worst thing. It has plenty free computer internet access, a good supply of contemporary novels, new ones every month, a great selection of DVDs at 2 pounds for 2-3 nights, great displays, you can ask the staff if you want to exhibit or to suggest a populist event and a sunburst glass dome. This is 2000 and Camden libraries have changed. You can even hear people like Johnathan Ross or Johnathan Miller reminiscing from time to time for free and have a glass of wine. Oh yes and you can have a cup of coffee for 40p any time. It is open Sundays 11-4pm.
  • Dogs and dog crap in the Heath
  • The huge traffic congestion between 8.00am and 8.45am (mostly due to lazy parents dropping their children off at school). The ridiculous amount of "sleeping policemen" which are supposed to reduce this congestion but have no effect whatsoever. Dog shit - why can't dog-owners show more consideration for the rest of us?
  • the bright neon pink of the hmv store
  • The cost of it all. Gospel Oak. Camden Council.
  • Freckin' residents parking everywhere.
  • Traffic congestion is getting out of hand....
  • What the gays leave behind them behind Jack Straw's castle (this may sound homophobic, but I promise you it is not - many gays would agree with me). It is no fun leading small children through a litter of used condoms
  • KEATS HOUSE AND LIBRARY,IS THIS THE WORST LIBRARY IN THE WORLD?

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Last updated: 2008-10-14

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