Sorry, we can't clear your road - those leaves are an act of God

Bournemouth Echo: Christine Wood with the council contractor clearing the leaves Christine Wood with the council contractor clearing the leaves

A BOURNEMOUTH woman claims that a council official told her falling leaves were “an act of God” during a year-long battle to have them swept.

Christine Wood, of Mallard Road, said the official told her that there was nothing the council could do about leaves on the road.

She said: “I laughed my socks off when he told me.

“I said, ‘Is it an act of God that prevents workmen from coming to clean them up?’”

Miss Wood, 60, has been fighting to get the road cleared of leaves and pine needles as she says it has been a year since it was last done.

However, after the Daily Echo called Bournemouth Council, the road was finally cleared on Friday.

Miss Wood said: “Finally, some contractors came out to clear the road up.

“I’d heard nothing from them, but then suddenly it all happened, which I’m delighted about. It took them long enough to do it. It got to the point where the build-up of leaves and pine needles was about eight inches thick in the drains, and when it rains, the water has nowhere to go.”

Miss Wood said the drains overflowed during the flooding in the summer last year.

“They also get very slippery when the weather is wet or cold,” she said.

“I’ve slipped on the pine needles myself. What if a fragile, elderly person were to fall? It really could lead to serious injuries. What I can’t understand is why Mallard Road, which is such a big road that’s used all the time, isn’t being cleared much more regularly.

“Children walk to school along the road, people drive their cars on it all the time – it just doesn’t make sense when smaller roads are getting much more attention.”

Stuart Best, street services manager, said: “Our Street Services team carries out regular cleans throughout the year of all of Bournemouth’s roads.

“During the autumn months our team is prioritising the clearance of leaves from footpaths and roads across the whole of Bournemouth. Mallard Road was recently cleaned and we will continue to monitor this area.

“Residents can contact the council if they have any particular concerns or issues that they wish to raise and we will do our best to respond to them as soon as possible.”

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1:05pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Huey says...

“Residents can contact the council if they have any particular concerns or issues that they wish to raise and we will do our best to respond to them as soon as possible.”
READ AS:
"Don't call us, we don't want to know about your problems with leaves or anything else, we will try everything to fob you off until you go to the Echo, then we will send someone round to do the job"
“Residents can contact the council if they have any particular concerns or issues that they wish to raise and we will do our best to respond to them as soon as possible.” READ AS: "Don't call us, we don't want to know about your problems with leaves or anything else, we will try everything to fob you off until you go to the Echo, then we will send someone round to do the job" Huey
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1:27pm Wed 14 Nov 12

speedy231278 says...

Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples!
Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples! speedy231278
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2:00pm Wed 14 Nov 12

barney39 says...

The leaves round there are terrible and the with the schools the council should take more care - along with stopping the double parking along east way and seagull road on a Tuesday and Thursday eve for which neither the Police or the Council take responsibility. This is also an accident waiting to happen
The leaves round there are terrible and the with the schools the council should take more care - along with stopping the double parking along east way and seagull road on a Tuesday and Thursday eve for which neither the Police or the Council take responsibility. This is also an accident waiting to happen barney39
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2:18pm Wed 14 Nov 12

darcyknows says...

speedy231278 wrote:
Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples!
MORON
[quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples![/p][/quote]MORON darcyknows
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2:31pm Wed 14 Nov 12

MattGillett says...

speedy231278 wrote:
Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples!
Or Talbot Woods, the council seem to be able to do East Avenue about once a week.
[quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples![/p][/quote]Or Talbot Woods, the council seem to be able to do East Avenue about once a week. MattGillett
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2:33pm Wed 14 Nov 12

pete woodley says...

The words act of god,were used when a mother and daughter in Parkstone both kept having kids at the same time,and when asked who father was,both replied it was a act of god.
The words act of god,were used when a mother and daughter in Parkstone both kept having kids at the same time,and when asked who father was,both replied it was a act of god. pete woodley
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3:03pm Wed 14 Nov 12

palexgo says...

Acts of god are very rare on earth. God is responsible for the whole universe, 100,000,000,000 galaxies in the universe. This means that god can only spend 1 second every 3,171 years with our Milky Way galaxy or 5.25 minutes every million years. It gets even worse at our galaxy which has about 300,000,000,000 solar systems. So, god can only spend one 300,000,000,000th of a second with Earth every 3,171 years!

He should be around soon because he started our Iron Age during his last fraction of a second visit in 1,200 BC. That was 3,212 years ago so he's 41 years late and we need him to sort out our economic catastrophe. But his rare visits explains why so much terrible stuff happens; e.g. more than 70,000,000 killed in WW2, (more than the current population of the UK) and more than 280,000 died in the Indonesian tsunami.
Acts of god are very rare on earth. God is responsible for the whole universe, 100,000,000,000 galaxies in the universe. This means that god can only spend 1 second every 3,171 years with our Milky Way galaxy or 5.25 minutes every million years. It gets even worse at our galaxy which has about 300,000,000,000 solar systems. So, god can only spend one 300,000,000,000th of a second with Earth every 3,171 years! He should be around soon because he started our Iron Age during his last fraction of a second visit in 1,200 BC. That was 3,212 years ago so he's 41 years late and we need him to sort out our economic catastrophe. But his rare visits explains why so much terrible stuff happens; e.g. more than 70,000,000 killed in WW2, (more than the current population of the UK) and more than 280,000 died in the Indonesian tsunami. palexgo
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3:33pm Wed 14 Nov 12

thevisitor says...

There you are the award winning Bournemouth Council for you, ****, fraud, financial incompetence, leaves we do it all!....oh sorry we don't do leaves but we do a great line in submersible sandbags....they are not boat proof.....1 money wasting owner, bids accepted.....On that note have you heard that they are removing the top layer of bags to turn it into a diving activity centre!...true!
There you are the award winning Bournemouth Council for you, ****, fraud, financial incompetence, leaves we do it all!....oh sorry we don't do leaves but we do a great line in submersible sandbags....they are not boat proof.....1 money wasting owner, bids accepted.....On that note have you heard that they are removing the top layer of bags to turn it into a diving activity centre!...true! thevisitor
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3:41pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Huey says...

thevisitor wrote:
There you are the award winning Bournemouth Council for you, ****, fraud, financial incompetence, leaves we do it all!....oh sorry we don't do leaves but we do a great line in submersible sandbags....they are not boat proof.....1 money wasting owner, bids accepted.....On that note have you heard that they are removing the top layer of bags to turn it into a diving activity centre!...true!
why don't they turn it into a propaganga centre instead, run by comical ali?
[quote][p][bold]thevisitor[/bold] wrote: There you are the award winning Bournemouth Council for you, ****, fraud, financial incompetence, leaves we do it all!....oh sorry we don't do leaves but we do a great line in submersible sandbags....they are not boat proof.....1 money wasting owner, bids accepted.....On that note have you heard that they are removing the top layer of bags to turn it into a diving activity centre!...true![/p][/quote]why don't they turn it into a propaganga centre instead, run by comical ali? Huey
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3:46pm Wed 14 Nov 12

rayc says...

speedy231278 wrote:
Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples!
A few years ago now a Dorset Police Inspector was killed when his patrol car hit a large amount of standing water and over turned. The primary cause of the was that the drains were blocked having not been cleared of leaves.
I suppose you would tell his widow that if he didn't want to be killed then he shouldn't drive on tree lined roads.
[quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples![/p][/quote]A few years ago now a Dorset Police Inspector was killed when his patrol car hit a large amount of standing water and over turned. The primary cause of the was that the drains were blocked having not been cleared of leaves. I suppose you would tell his widow that if he didn't want to be killed then he shouldn't drive on tree lined roads. rayc
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3:53pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Lord Spring says...

A Miss I wonder why,
A year to get it done why were not the falling leaves cleared in the winter, spring or summer there could be a reason
A Miss I wonder why, A year to get it done why were not the falling leaves cleared in the winter, spring or summer there could be a reason Lord Spring
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3:54pm Wed 14 Nov 12

BIGTONE says...

Prove God exists then you can prove the act!
Prove God exists then you can prove the act! BIGTONE
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3:55pm Wed 14 Nov 12

The Renegade Master says...

Isn't it funny how the Council can't be bothered to clear roads around what used to be primarily a Council Estate, yet they have no problem clearing leaves from Queens Park Avenue or Broad Avenue which is less than a mile away.
Oh silly me, those people have and pay more money. Typical Council double standards.
Isn't it funny how the Council can't be bothered to clear roads around what used to be primarily a Council Estate, yet they have no problem clearing leaves from Queens Park Avenue or Broad Avenue which is less than a mile away. Oh silly me, those people have and pay more money. Typical Council double standards. The Renegade Master
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4:33pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Mr N James says...

Im just going to leaf this story aloan for today.
Im just going to leaf this story aloan for today. Mr N James
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4:48pm Wed 14 Nov 12

EGHH says...

Seeing as God is a fictitious being the buck must stop with the council. Mind you I think the Council is fictitious as well...
Seeing as God is a fictitious being the buck must stop with the council. Mind you I think the Council is fictitious as well... EGHH
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10:39pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Bournefre says...

By this logic my water bill should be cheaper because the water company wouldn't have to maintain storm drains to take away an "act of God" (rain). I live on a hill so it wouldn't affect me too much, and I would get a day off work due to the aforementioned "act of God".
By this logic my water bill should be cheaper because the water company wouldn't have to maintain storm drains to take away an "act of God" (rain). I live on a hill so it wouldn't affect me too much, and I would get a day off work due to the aforementioned "act of God". Bournefre
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10:41pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Reader Echo says...

Well I’m waiting to meet this ‘god’ person.

In fact I’ve been told about this fictitious non entity that millions of retards have been brainwashed into believing in all my life, just where is this wonder, he must be something else?

Oh well, maybe one day.
Well I’m waiting to meet this ‘god’ person. In fact I’ve been told about this fictitious non entity that millions of retards have been brainwashed into believing in all my life, just where is this wonder, he must be something else? Oh well, maybe one day. Reader Echo
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10:42pm Wed 14 Nov 12

dvdr says...

Leaves fall off the trees on to my lawn. I clear them up, but within hours more have fallen. The council have the same problem, but multiplied many times over because they have miles and miles of roads and pavements to clear. Try as they might, what they cleared today will be filled with more leaves tomorrow. Clearly, to those who think, rather than just complain, the council is on a no-hoper when it comes to keeping all roads and pavements clear all day every day.

One might even wonder if the lady doing all the complaining has thought of clearing up some leaves herself - or would that be too much like exercise?
Leaves fall off the trees on to my lawn. I clear them up, but within hours more have fallen. The council have the same problem, but multiplied many times over because they have miles and miles of roads and pavements to clear. Try as they might, what they cleared today will be filled with more leaves tomorrow. Clearly, to those who think, rather than just complain, the council is on a no-hoper when it comes to keeping all roads and pavements clear all day every day. One might even wonder if the lady doing all the complaining has thought of clearing up some leaves herself - or would that be too much like exercise? dvdr
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9:04am Thu 15 Nov 12

Dont drop litter says...

rayc wrote:
speedy231278 wrote:
Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples!
A few years ago now a Dorset Police Inspector was killed when his patrol car hit a large amount of standing water and over turned. The primary cause of the was that the drains were blocked having not been cleared of leaves.
I suppose you would tell his widow that if he didn't want to be killed then he shouldn't drive on tree lined roads.
That's ironic. Nowadays if a person has a car crash it is deemed by the police to be an RTC - a road traffic collision - because where motoring is concerned there are no such things as accidents.
He may have been driving in a manner not suitable for the raod conditions. That would be the line the Police would take now.
[quote][p][bold]rayc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples![/p][/quote]A few years ago now a Dorset Police Inspector was killed when his patrol car hit a large amount of standing water and over turned. The primary cause of the was that the drains were blocked having not been cleared of leaves. I suppose you would tell his widow that if he didn't want to be killed then he shouldn't drive on tree lined roads.[/p][/quote]That's ironic. Nowadays if a person has a car crash it is deemed by the police to be an RTC - a road traffic collision - because where motoring is concerned there are no such things as accidents. He may have been driving in a manner not suitable for the raod conditions. That would be the line the Police would take now. Dont drop litter
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9:12am Thu 15 Nov 12

Dont drop litter says...

The Renegade Master wrote:
Isn't it funny how the Council can't be bothered to clear roads around what used to be primarily a Council Estate, yet they have no problem clearing leaves from Queens Park Avenue or Broad Avenue which is less than a mile away.
Oh silly me, those people have and pay more money. Typical Council double standards.
I live on Queens Park West Drive - guess what, I pick up the leaves outside my flat myself because no one comes to do it for me. I even have to pay higher Council Tax too.
You're another one of those 'it's not fare, those people have more money than me' types.
In my opinion, people who live in Council estates already get far too much from the taxpayer. How many private homes do you see with a enormous solar array on the roof? Yet every council house seems to have one.
If there are that many unemployed people in those areas, let them clear up their own leaves - and while they're at it, pick up some of you litter and those old fridges they keep dumping by the road, and move that old sofa off the front garden.
[quote][p][bold]The Renegade Master[/bold] wrote: Isn't it funny how the Council can't be bothered to clear roads around what used to be primarily a Council Estate, yet they have no problem clearing leaves from Queens Park Avenue or Broad Avenue which is less than a mile away. Oh silly me, those people have and pay more money. Typical Council double standards.[/p][/quote]I live on Queens Park West Drive - guess what, I pick up the leaves outside my flat myself because no one comes to do it for me. I even have to pay higher Council Tax too. You're another one of those 'it's not fare, those people have more money than me' types. In my opinion, people who live in Council estates already get far too much from the taxpayer. How many private homes do you see with a enormous solar array on the roof? Yet every council house seems to have one. If there are that many unemployed people in those areas, let them clear up their own leaves - and while they're at it, pick up some of you litter and those old fridges they keep dumping by the road, and move that old sofa off the front garden. Dont drop litter
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9:56am Thu 15 Nov 12

steve.in.sydney says...

Reader Echo wrote:
Well I’m waiting to meet this ‘god’ person.

In fact I’ve been told about this fictitious non entity that millions of retards have been brainwashed into believing in all my life, just where is this wonder, he must be something else?

Oh well, maybe one day.
Now this is harsh commentary, we all had imaginary friends when we were young, some of us just never grew away from them. My only question is, why on God's earth are these two not standing with folded arms.
[quote][p][bold]Reader Echo[/bold] wrote: Well I’m waiting to meet this ‘god’ person. In fact I’ve been told about this fictitious non entity that millions of retards have been brainwashed into believing in all my life, just where is this wonder, he must be something else? Oh well, maybe one day.[/p][/quote]Now this is harsh commentary, we all had imaginary friends when we were young, some of us just never grew away from them. My only question is, why on God's earth are these two not standing with folded arms. steve.in.sydney
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10:14am Thu 15 Nov 12

elite50 says...

Reader Echo wrote:
Well I’m waiting to meet this ‘god’ person.

In fact I’ve been told about this fictitious non entity that millions of retards have been brainwashed into believing in all my life, just where is this wonder, he must be something else?

Oh well, maybe one day.
Just wait 'til you die.
He will be the one showing you the way to hell!
Sorry, could not resist that one.
Please dont spend the rest of your sad life looking over your shoulder.
There are no atheists in foxholes. I would hedge your bets as you get older!
Good luck!
[quote][p][bold]Reader Echo[/bold] wrote: Well I’m waiting to meet this ‘god’ person. In fact I’ve been told about this fictitious non entity that millions of retards have been brainwashed into believing in all my life, just where is this wonder, he must be something else? Oh well, maybe one day.[/p][/quote]Just wait 'til you die. He will be the one showing you the way to hell! Sorry, could not resist that one. Please dont spend the rest of your sad life looking over your shoulder. There are no atheists in foxholes. I would hedge your bets as you get older! Good luck! elite50
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10:17am Thu 15 Nov 12

speedy231278 says...

rayc wrote:
speedy231278 wrote:
Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples!
A few years ago now a Dorset Police Inspector was killed when his patrol car hit a large amount of standing water and over turned. The primary cause of the was that the drains were blocked having not been cleared of leaves.
I suppose you would tell his widow that if he didn't want to be killed then he shouldn't drive on tree lined roads.
No, I'd say he was driving too fast for the conditions, in the same patronising manner to Police lecture other motorists with.
[quote][p][bold]rayc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples![/p][/quote]A few years ago now a Dorset Police Inspector was killed when his patrol car hit a large amount of standing water and over turned. The primary cause of the was that the drains were blocked having not been cleared of leaves. I suppose you would tell his widow that if he didn't want to be killed then he shouldn't drive on tree lined roads.[/p][/quote]No, I'd say he was driving too fast for the conditions, in the same patronising manner to Police lecture other motorists with. speedy231278
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10:18am Thu 15 Nov 12

speedy231278 says...

darcyknows wrote:
speedy231278 wrote:
Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples!
MORON
No. The moron is the person moaning about leaves instead of removing them if they think they're such a hazard!
[quote][p][bold]darcyknows[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: Leaves fall off of trees every year. If you want to live in a place where there are no leaves, don't move to a tree lined road! Simples![/p][/quote]MORON[/p][/quote]No. The moron is the person moaning about leaves instead of removing them if they think they're such a hazard! speedy231278
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10:22am Thu 15 Nov 12

The Renegade Master says...

Dont drop litter wrote:
The Renegade Master wrote:
Isn't it funny how the Council can't be bothered to clear roads around what used to be primarily a Council Estate, yet they have no problem clearing leaves from Queens Park Avenue or Broad Avenue which is less than a mile away.
Oh silly me, those people have and pay more money. Typical Council double standards.
I live on Queens Park West Drive - guess what, I pick up the leaves outside my flat myself because no one comes to do it for me. I even have to pay higher Council Tax too.
You're another one of those 'it's not fare, those people have more money than me' types.
In my opinion, people who live in Council estates already get far too much from the taxpayer. How many private homes do you see with a enormous solar array on the roof? Yet every council house seems to have one.
If there are that many unemployed people in those areas, let them clear up their own leaves - and while they're at it, pick up some of you litter and those old fridges they keep dumping by the road, and move that old sofa off the front garden.
Actually I'm semi-retired and very comfortably off thank you very much, so you shouldn't go making assumptions about me based on your own prejudices!
Only the other week I drove past Council workers who were busy cutting shrubs and clearing up leaves in Broad Avenue, yet the Council cannot clear roads in less affluent areas who also contribute their fair share to the local economy? Of course not. It's all about keeping the rich happy first and stuff the rest unless they complain plenty! (Well done Christine Wood.)
[quote][p][bold]Dont drop litter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Renegade Master[/bold] wrote: Isn't it funny how the Council can't be bothered to clear roads around what used to be primarily a Council Estate, yet they have no problem clearing leaves from Queens Park Avenue or Broad Avenue which is less than a mile away. Oh silly me, those people have and pay more money. Typical Council double standards.[/p][/quote]I live on Queens Park West Drive - guess what, I pick up the leaves outside my flat myself because no one comes to do it for me. I even have to pay higher Council Tax too. You're another one of those 'it's not fare, those people have more money than me' types. In my opinion, people who live in Council estates already get far too much from the taxpayer. How many private homes do you see with a enormous solar array on the roof? Yet every council house seems to have one. If there are that many unemployed people in those areas, let them clear up their own leaves - and while they're at it, pick up some of you litter and those old fridges they keep dumping by the road, and move that old sofa off the front garden.[/p][/quote]Actually I'm semi-retired and very comfortably off thank you very much, so you shouldn't go making assumptions about me based on your own prejudices! Only the other week I drove past Council workers who were busy cutting shrubs and clearing up leaves in Broad Avenue, yet the Council cannot clear roads in less affluent areas who also contribute their fair share to the local economy? Of course not. It's all about keeping the rich happy first and stuff the rest unless they complain plenty! (Well done Christine Wood.) The Renegade Master
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12:37pm Thu 15 Nov 12

newtopoole says...

Poole Council aren't any better. I live halfway up a steep hill and the leaves haven't been cleared from the pavements once this Autumn. Granted the roads do occasionally get done, but as said hill is used as a bit of a racetrack, I don't think walking in the road would be adviseable!

They seemed to have their heads a bit more screwed on in Croydon where I previously lived, as a man with a large broom would sweep the pavements clear just in front of the road sweeper, making it safe for pedestrians and road users at the same time. Rather easy when you think about it!
Poole Council aren't any better. I live halfway up a steep hill and the leaves haven't been cleared from the pavements once this Autumn. Granted the roads do occasionally get done, but as said hill is used as a bit of a racetrack, I don't think walking in the road would be adviseable! They seemed to have their heads a bit more screwed on in Croydon where I previously lived, as a man with a large broom would sweep the pavements clear just in front of the road sweeper, making it safe for pedestrians and road users at the same time. Rather easy when you think about it! newtopoole
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1:33pm Thu 15 Nov 12

static kill says...

palexgo wrote:
Acts of god are very rare on earth. God is responsible for the whole universe, 100,000,000,000 galaxies in the universe. This means that god can only spend 1 second every 3,171 years with our Milky Way galaxy or 5.25 minutes every million years. It gets even worse at our galaxy which has about 300,000,000,000 solar systems. So, god can only spend one 300,000,000,000th of a second with Earth every 3,171 years!

He should be around soon because he started our Iron Age during his last fraction of a second visit in 1,200 BC. That was 3,212 years ago so he's 41 years late and we need him to sort out our economic catastrophe. But his rare visits explains why so much terrible stuff happens; e.g. more than 70,000,000 killed in WW2, (more than the current population of the UK) and more than 280,000 died in the Indonesian tsunami.
God is omnipresent yo.
[quote][p][bold]palexgo[/bold] wrote: Acts of god are very rare on earth. God is responsible for the whole universe, 100,000,000,000 galaxies in the universe. This means that god can only spend 1 second every 3,171 years with our Milky Way galaxy or 5.25 minutes every million years. It gets even worse at our galaxy which has about 300,000,000,000 solar systems. So, god can only spend one 300,000,000,000th of a second with Earth every 3,171 years! He should be around soon because he started our Iron Age during his last fraction of a second visit in 1,200 BC. That was 3,212 years ago so he's 41 years late and we need him to sort out our economic catastrophe. But his rare visits explains why so much terrible stuff happens; e.g. more than 70,000,000 killed in WW2, (more than the current population of the UK) and more than 280,000 died in the Indonesian tsunami.[/p][/quote]God is omnipresent yo. static kill
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