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6:43pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Cosmic Crusader says...

Not a pensioner then!
Not a pensioner then! Cosmic Crusader
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7:47pm Mon 12 Nov 12

LordLilliput says...

See they've let the wannabe journalist lose with the reporting again.

'Scrambled' is maybe a tad over dramatic and I don't think you'll find 'stablised' is spelt quite like that. Great effort for four lines though.
See they've let the wannabe journalist lose with the reporting again. 'Scrambled' is maybe a tad over dramatic and I don't think you'll find 'stablised' is spelt quite like that. Great effort for four lines though. LordLilliput
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8:35pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Dave1568 says...

LordLilliput wrote:
See they've let the wannabe journalist lose with the reporting again.

'Scrambled' is maybe a tad over dramatic and I don't think you'll find 'stablised' is spelt quite like that. Great effort for four lines though.
One can only smile on your grammar you have provided to criticise spelling of others!!!
[quote][p][bold]LordLilliput[/bold] wrote: See they've let the wannabe journalist lose with the reporting again. 'Scrambled' is maybe a tad over dramatic and I don't think you'll find 'stablised' is spelt quite like that. Great effort for four lines though.[/p][/quote]One can only smile on your grammar you have provided to criticise spelling of others!!! Dave1568
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8:51pm Mon 12 Nov 12

LordLilliput says...

Dave1568 wrote:
LordLilliput wrote:
See they've let the wannabe journalist lose with the reporting again.

'Scrambled' is maybe a tad over dramatic and I don't think you'll find 'stablised' is spelt quite like that. Great effort for four lines though.
One can only smile on your grammar you have provided to criticise spelling of others!!!
Oops.. fair comment. Though equally I'm not convinced 'smile on' is particularly good phraseology..

Either way, these people are paid to write - I'm not.
[quote][p][bold]Dave1568[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LordLilliput[/bold] wrote: See they've let the wannabe journalist lose with the reporting again. 'Scrambled' is maybe a tad over dramatic and I don't think you'll find 'stablised' is spelt quite like that. Great effort for four lines though.[/p][/quote]One can only smile on your grammar you have provided to criticise spelling of others!!![/p][/quote]Oops.. fair comment. Though equally I'm not convinced 'smile on' is particularly good phraseology.. Either way, these people are paid to write - I'm not. LordLilliput
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2:21am Tue 13 Nov 12

iampuzzled says...

Some dictionary definitions of ‘Scrambled’
To move or climb hurriedly, especially on the hands and knees.
To mix or throw together haphazardly.
To gather together in a hurried or disorderly fashion
An arduous hike or climb over rough terrain.
An unceremonious scuffle or struggle. (:o))
Some dictionary definitions of ‘Scrambled’ To move or climb hurriedly, especially on the hands and knees. To mix or throw together haphazardly. To gather together in a hurried or disorderly fashion An arduous hike or climb over rough terrain. An unceremonious scuffle or struggle. (:o)) iampuzzled
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7:27am Tue 13 Nov 12

Phixer says...

Perhaps caused by a loose nut holding onto the wheel.
Perhaps caused by a loose nut holding onto the wheel. Phixer
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10:30am Tue 13 Nov 12

speedy231278 says...

So, did the car end up on it's side, or did it overturn? Doesn't look like the latter....
So, did the car end up on it's side, or did it overturn? Doesn't look like the latter.... speedy231278
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12:46pm Tue 13 Nov 12

grazzer says...

The headline states that the car overturned but the actual article states that it ended up on its side which could have easily happened after it had overturned. lncidentally l always understood that scrambled meant a method of having eggs and smoked salmon on wholemeal toast for Sunday Brunch washed down with a glass of Bucks Fizz
The headline states that the car overturned but the actual article states that it ended up on its side which could have easily happened after it had overturned. lncidentally l always understood that scrambled meant a method of having eggs and smoked salmon on wholemeal toast for Sunday Brunch washed down with a glass of Bucks Fizz grazzer
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3:45pm Tue 13 Nov 12

speedy231278 says...

Although it's impossible to tell from a single picture, the most likely manner in which the car got into this position would be to have mounted the roundabout and fallen onto it's side. Overturn means to place upsidedown, in which case at best this car may have momentarily overturned...
Although it's impossible to tell from a single picture, the most likely manner in which the car got into this position would be to have mounted the roundabout and fallen onto it's side. Overturn means to place upsidedown, in which case at best this car may have momentarily overturned... speedy231278
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5:17pm Tue 13 Nov 12

PokesdownMark says...

Easy to be critical without knowing the facts. Driver could have been avoiding another car or a cyclist or pedestrian?

If I were designing a roundabout that would flip as many cars as possible, it would look exactly like that one!
Easy to be critical without knowing the facts. Driver could have been avoiding another car or a cyclist or pedestrian? If I were designing a roundabout that would flip as many cars as possible, it would look exactly like that one! PokesdownMark
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6:21pm Tue 13 Nov 12

s-pb2 says...

PokesdownMark wrote:
Easy to be critical without knowing the facts. Driver could have been avoiding another car or a cyclist or pedestrian?

If I were designing a roundabout that would flip as many cars as possible, it would look exactly like that one!
And now that Total Wipeout has been axed that could provide hours of fun.
[quote][p][bold]PokesdownMark[/bold] wrote: Easy to be critical without knowing the facts. Driver could have been avoiding another car or a cyclist or pedestrian? If I were designing a roundabout that would flip as many cars as possible, it would look exactly like that one![/p][/quote]And now that Total Wipeout has been axed that could provide hours of fun. s-pb2
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3:22pm Wed 14 Nov 12

pestremoverltd says...

Very strange moment when this happened. Must have had slippery footing.
Very strange moment when this happened. Must have had slippery footing. pestremoverltd
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