Vlad Bogatu fined £400 after he threw a cigarette butt on the ground in Christchurch High Street

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A Poole man who threw his cigarette butt on the ground in Christchurch High Street has been fined £400 and ordered to pay £339 costs and a £40 victim’s surcharge.

The case, at Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court on May 28, was brought by Christchurch Borough Council against Vlad Bogatu, aged 33, from Aqua Life Boat Quay.

Bogatu had discarded the butt while standing some seven metres from a waste bin and was handed a fixed penalty notice by a Christchurch civil enforcement officer.

Bogatu could have paid the penalty notice within 14 days which would have cost him £50 but, despite two reminder letters, he failed to pay the fine and the case was brought to court.

Neil Farmer, strategic director at Christchurch Council, said: “Some people may think that a fine at this level is very draconian, but Mr Bogatu had the opportunity to pay the fine and avoid being taken to court.

“We recently launched our Care for Christchurch campaign which asked people to take their litter home or at least put it in one of the bins provided.

“A cigarette butt is still litter and it is not acceptable to throw it on the ground, particularly when, with a ten second walk, it could have been put in a bin.

“Our residents have told us that they want clean streets and we will prosecute anyone who we find dropping litter.”

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6:21am Wed 4 Jun 14

we-shall-see says...

What a pity Poole and Bournemouth don't also prosecute people for littering the streets. There is no need to do it. Take your rubbish home or use the bins!
What a pity Poole and Bournemouth don't also prosecute people for littering the streets. There is no need to do it. Take your rubbish home or use the bins! we-shall-see
  • Score: 180

6:39am Wed 4 Jun 14

boardsandphotos says...

So ok the real story is:

"...Bogatu could have paid the penalty notice within 14 days which would have cost him £50 but, despite two reminder letters, he failed to pay the fine and the case was brought to court..."

No excuse for littering and he was stupid not to pay the fine, but I bet he wont do it again.
So ok the real story is: "...Bogatu could have paid the penalty notice within 14 days which would have cost him £50 but, despite two reminder letters, he failed to pay the fine and the case was brought to court..." No excuse for littering and he was stupid not to pay the fine, but I bet he wont do it again. boardsandphotos
  • Score: 147

6:39am Wed 4 Jun 14

hamworthygirl says...

Understand that a fine is needed to stop litter but thats a lot compared to using a mobile while driving. Seems our fixed penalty system needs a massive overhaul .
Understand that a fine is needed to stop litter but thats a lot compared to using a mobile while driving. Seems our fixed penalty system needs a massive overhaul . hamworthygirl
  • Score: -32

6:43am Wed 4 Jun 14

fedupwithjobsworths says...

So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight! fedupwithjobsworths
  • Score: -126

7:01am Wed 4 Jun 14

boardsandphotos says...

fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
It's not complicated?

Stub the cigarette out and put it in the bin, biodegradeable or not I don't want to see the streets littered with fag butts.

You can be fined for littering on the beach the same as anywhere else, litrering is littering, put it in the bin or take it home.

Stop Council bashing and put the focus on the lazy amongst us who don't care about our streets.
[quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]It's not complicated? Stub the cigarette out and put it in the bin, biodegradeable or not I don't want to see the streets littered with fag butts. You can be fined for littering on the beach the same as anywhere else, litrering is littering, put it in the bin or take it home. Stop Council bashing and put the focus on the lazy amongst us who don't care about our streets. boardsandphotos
  • Score: 161

7:07am Wed 4 Jun 14

BIGTONE says...

Vlad the inhaler.......


Nearly 800 quid lighter......step this way....
Vlad the inhaler....... Nearly 800 quid lighter......step this way.... BIGTONE
  • Score: 72

7:07am Wed 4 Jun 14

cheeriedriteup says...

Has any one seen these enforcement officers in a McDonalds car park ?
Has any one seen these enforcement officers in a McDonalds car park ? cheeriedriteup
  • Score: 65

7:10am Wed 4 Jun 14

BIGTONE says...

Vlad the inhaler.....


Nearly 800 Quid lighter...
Step this way......
Vlad the inhaler..... Nearly 800 Quid lighter... Step this way...... BIGTONE
  • Score: 10

7:18am Wed 4 Jun 14

MaxReturn says...

Fine not nearly big enough. But will he pay it?
Fine not nearly big enough. But will he pay it? MaxReturn
  • Score: 6

7:19am Wed 4 Jun 14

Baysider says...

fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter.

Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council.

Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering.

Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do.
[quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter. Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council. Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering. Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do. Baysider
  • Score: 145

7:22am Wed 4 Jun 14

Baysider says...

cheeriedriteup wrote:
Has any one seen these enforcement officers in a McDonalds car park ?
Why would they be on private land???
[quote][p][bold]cheeriedriteup[/bold] wrote: Has any one seen these enforcement officers in a McDonalds car park ?[/p][/quote]Why would they be on private land??? Baysider
  • Score: 46

7:32am Wed 4 Jun 14

Gastines3 says...

Being a regular visitor to Christchurch it does seem that the Council might do well to look at it's own performance regarding a clean-up. For a town with many shops/cafe's relying on visitor and local trade a look around the locality might give them a shock. The underpass stinks and the steps could do with a hose down ,the Quay area and the ornamental pond by the Priory is a disgrace with plenty of rotting rubbish,the Sensory herb beds haven't ben touched for months.Add the filth from our local pigeon population and visitors must wonder why they bother to come to the town.
On the plus side most of the traders are trying very hard to keep the place welcoming.
Being a regular visitor to Christchurch it does seem that the Council might do well to look at it's own performance regarding a clean-up. For a town with many shops/cafe's relying on visitor and local trade a look around the locality might give them a shock. The underpass stinks and the steps could do with a hose down ,the Quay area and the ornamental pond by the Priory is a disgrace with plenty of rotting rubbish,the Sensory herb beds haven't ben touched for months.Add the filth from our local pigeon population and visitors must wonder why they bother to come to the town. On the plus side most of the traders are trying very hard to keep the place welcoming. Gastines3
  • Score: 48

7:35am Wed 4 Jun 14

whataboutthat says...

Bigger fine than driving a car pissxd - sense of priorities - way to go Xch.
Bigger fine than driving a car pissxd - sense of priorities - way to go Xch. whataboutthat
  • Score: -35

7:46am Wed 4 Jun 14

Dorset Logic says...

Sources say, that this man has been known to dabble in cycling.
Sources say, that this man has been known to dabble in cycling. Dorset Logic
  • Score: 20

7:51am Wed 4 Jun 14

sivvy says...

I saw 3 of these Enforcment jokers target a harmless looking young man in Bournemouth . They hung around watching him smoke,then pounced when he stubbed his butt out underfoot. They were intimidating him into paying a fine on the spot with his bank card. I challenged them (as a concerned rate payer) as to why they do not approach and fine tough looking characters or the shop keepers who smoke outside there Boscombe high st shops and litter the pavement constantly?. They didn't want to engage with me. Then I saw an article in a newspaper on this subject----- They are told not to put themselves in any danger by targeting anyone who may tell them where to get off!. Hence only harmless looking chaps or women are fair game for them. Enforcement officers my backside!.
I saw 3 of these Enforcment jokers target a harmless looking young man in Bournemouth . They hung around watching him smoke,then pounced when he stubbed his butt out underfoot. They were intimidating him into paying a fine on the spot with his bank card. I challenged them (as a concerned rate payer) as to why they do not approach and fine tough looking characters or the shop keepers who smoke outside there Boscombe high st shops and litter the pavement constantly?. They didn't want to engage with me. Then I saw an article in a newspaper on this subject----- They are told not to put themselves in any danger by targeting anyone who may tell them where to get off!. Hence only harmless looking chaps or women are fair game for them. Enforcement officers my backside!. sivvy
  • Score: 89

7:53am Wed 4 Jun 14

billy bumble says...

Why would the Echo report this?

The process is pretty much the same as not paying a parking ticket - would they report an instance of that? I think not

So the upshot is that a senior Council official has been forced to waste his time in defending publicly a legal and appropriate Council action
Why would the Echo report this? The process is pretty much the same as not paying a parking ticket - would they report an instance of that? I think not So the upshot is that a senior Council official has been forced to waste his time in defending publicly a legal and appropriate Council action billy bumble
  • Score: 23

7:54am Wed 4 Jun 14

fedupwithjobsworths says...

Baysider wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter.

Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council.

Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering.

Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do.
Not an "ignoramus", litter is a big problem, but dog ends are small fry compared to "take away" trash and rubbish left on our beaches ,,,, all I am saying is that they should deal with the bigger issues first. Also why is it council bashing to query their priorities?
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter. Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council. Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering. Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do.[/p][/quote]Not an "ignoramus", litter is a big problem, but dog ends are small fry compared to "take away" trash and rubbish left on our beaches ,,,, all I am saying is that they should deal with the bigger issues first. Also why is it council bashing to query their priorities? fedupwithjobsworths
  • Score: -31

8:04am Wed 4 Jun 14

smhinto says...

But if he was a 'Diddley' he would have got away with it !!
But if he was a 'Diddley' he would have got away with it !! smhinto
  • Score: 35

8:19am Wed 4 Jun 14

charlie2004 says...

One thing baffles me, who exactly is the 'victim' and who will get the £40 'victim surcharge?
One thing baffles me, who exactly is the 'victim' and who will get the £40 'victim surcharge? charlie2004
  • Score: 35

8:32am Wed 4 Jun 14

agp1337 says...

boardsandphotos wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
It's not complicated?

Stub the cigarette out and put it in the bin, biodegradeable or not I don't want to see the streets littered with fag butts.

You can be fined for littering on the beach the same as anywhere else, litrering is littering, put it in the bin or take it home.

Stop Council bashing and put the focus on the lazy amongst us who don't care about our streets.
Yes. I hate smoking (and litter) but thought that this fine was much too high when I saw the headline. Actually, though, if he'd paid straight away it would only have been £50, so in two ways it's all his own fault.
[quote][p][bold]boardsandphotos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]It's not complicated? Stub the cigarette out and put it in the bin, biodegradeable or not I don't want to see the streets littered with fag butts. You can be fined for littering on the beach the same as anywhere else, litrering is littering, put it in the bin or take it home. Stop Council bashing and put the focus on the lazy amongst us who don't care about our streets.[/p][/quote]Yes. I hate smoking (and litter) but thought that this fine was much too high when I saw the headline. Actually, though, if he'd paid straight away it would only have been £50, so in two ways it's all his own fault. agp1337
  • Score: 48

8:36am Wed 4 Jun 14

justme20092009 says...

ha ha ha nice one
ha ha ha nice one justme20092009
  • Score: 9

8:41am Wed 4 Jun 14

Stereotyped says...

Good, filthy habit anyway.
Good, filthy habit anyway. Stereotyped
  • Score: 16

8:47am Wed 4 Jun 14

Ginny nz says...

fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
I guess you're a smoker with a chip on your shoulder !!
[quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]I guess you're a smoker with a chip on your shoulder !! Ginny nz
  • Score: 14

8:59am Wed 4 Jun 14

Turtlebay says...

Ridiculous! Christchurch Council are nuts! They keep increasing car park charges, closing public toilets and still expect people to visit the town centre. Oh and they permit people to cut down trees even with Preservation Orders on them.
Council elections next year. Beware, your jobs are on the line!
Ridiculous! Christchurch Council are nuts! They keep increasing car park charges, closing public toilets and still expect people to visit the town centre. Oh and they permit people to cut down trees even with Preservation Orders on them. Council elections next year. Beware, your jobs are on the line! Turtlebay
  • Score: -8

9:00am Wed 4 Jun 14

Baysider says...

fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
Baysider wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter.

Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council.

Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering.

Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do.
Not an "ignoramus", litter is a big problem, but dog ends are small fry compared to "take away" trash and rubbish left on our beaches ,,,, all I am saying is that they should deal with the bigger issues first. Also why is it council bashing to query their priorities?
No that wasn't all you said was it?

You said cigarette end were biodegradable - wrong.

You said there wasn't an issue with smoking related litter - wrong again.

You said councils ignore litter elsewhere specifically on the beach - wrong again.
[quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter. Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council. Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering. Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do.[/p][/quote]Not an "ignoramus", litter is a big problem, but dog ends are small fry compared to "take away" trash and rubbish left on our beaches ,,,, all I am saying is that they should deal with the bigger issues first. Also why is it council bashing to query their priorities?[/p][/quote]No that wasn't all you said was it? You said cigarette end were biodegradable - wrong. You said there wasn't an issue with smoking related litter - wrong again. You said councils ignore litter elsewhere specifically on the beach - wrong again. Baysider
  • Score: 29

9:06am Wed 4 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting! suzigirl
  • Score: 26

9:24am Wed 4 Jun 14

MMM444 says...

suzigirl wrote:
Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet. MMM444
  • Score: -34

9:41am Wed 4 Jun 14

hamworthygirl says...

whataboutthat wrote:
Bigger fine than driving a car pissxd - sense of priorities - way to go Xch.
see you got the thumbs down like me for a similar comment wonder why? its ok to speed in a car drunk drive or use a mobile and be fined less than dropping a cigarette butt!
[quote][p][bold]whataboutthat[/bold] wrote: Bigger fine than driving a car pissxd - sense of priorities - way to go Xch.[/p][/quote]see you got the thumbs down like me for a similar comment wonder why? its ok to speed in a car drunk drive or use a mobile and be fined less than dropping a cigarette butt! hamworthygirl
  • Score: -9

9:41am Wed 4 Jun 14

hamworthygirl says...

whataboutthat wrote:
Bigger fine than driving a car pissxd - sense of priorities - way to go Xch.
see you got the thumbs down like me for a similar comment wonder why? its ok to speed in a car drunk drive or use a mobile and be fined less than dropping a cigarette butt!
[quote][p][bold]whataboutthat[/bold] wrote: Bigger fine than driving a car pissxd - sense of priorities - way to go Xch.[/p][/quote]see you got the thumbs down like me for a similar comment wonder why? its ok to speed in a car drunk drive or use a mobile and be fined less than dropping a cigarette butt! hamworthygirl
  • Score: -28

9:43am Wed 4 Jun 14

Redgolfer says...

BIGTONE wrote:
Vlad the inhaler.......


Nearly 800 quid lighter......step this way....
''That's a dear way to light a fag''
[quote][p][bold]BIGTONE[/bold] wrote: Vlad the inhaler....... Nearly 800 quid lighter......step this way....[/p][/quote]''That's a dear way to light a fag'' Redgolfer
  • Score: 3

9:46am Wed 4 Jun 14

MrPitiful says...

Dropping fag ends or any kind of litter isn't nice for others and it does need to be managed in some way. Especially with the attitude of a lot of people today which seems to be " Let somebody else clean it up - that's what they're paid for".

With this story, it must be noted though that he was actually fined the standard £50 not £400 as the headline suggests - the higher amount is through him not paying the initial fine in the first place. I am sure this happens with parking & speeding fines etc.

It would be interesting to see these "Civil Enforcement" officers do a patrol of the town centres at night or the beaches during the summer. They would make a fortune not just with ciggy butts but also discarded nappies, burger cartons, cans, bottles, etc.

That's what we pay them for isn't it?
Dropping fag ends or any kind of litter isn't nice for others and it does need to be managed in some way. Especially with the attitude of a lot of people today which seems to be " Let somebody else clean it up - that's what they're paid for". With this story, it must be noted though that he was actually fined the standard £50 not £400 as the headline suggests - the higher amount is through him not paying the initial fine in the first place. I am sure this happens with parking & speeding fines etc. It would be interesting to see these "Civil Enforcement" officers do a patrol of the town centres at night or the beaches during the summer. They would make a fortune not just with ciggy butts but also discarded nappies, burger cartons, cans, bottles, etc. That's what we pay them for isn't it? MrPitiful
  • Score: 28

9:49am Wed 4 Jun 14

nickynoodah says...

suzigirl wrote:
Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Ubiquitous.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Ubiquitous. nickynoodah
  • Score: -6

10:05am Wed 4 Jun 14

JemBmth says...

Stereotyped wrote:
Good, filthy habit anyway.
Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?
[quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: Good, filthy habit anyway.[/p][/quote]Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW? JemBmth
  • Score: -7

10:20am Wed 4 Jun 14

Peroni says...

MrPitiful wrote:
Dropping fag ends or any kind of litter isn't nice for others and it does need to be managed in some way. Especially with the attitude of a lot of people today which seems to be " Let somebody else clean it up - that's what they're paid for".

With this story, it must be noted though that he was actually fined the standard £50 not £400 as the headline suggests - the higher amount is through him not paying the initial fine in the first place. I am sure this happens with parking & speeding fines etc.

It would be interesting to see these "Civil Enforcement" officers do a patrol of the town centres at night or the beaches during the summer. They would make a fortune not just with ciggy butts but also discarded nappies, burger cartons, cans, bottles, etc.

That's what we pay them for isn't it?
All this law and enforcement over a butt end !
What about all the mess the ' Travellers ' leave behind in different areas.
I see no law and enforcement ......but oh for a fag end no problems !!!
Councils are a joke !
[quote][p][bold]MrPitiful[/bold] wrote: Dropping fag ends or any kind of litter isn't nice for others and it does need to be managed in some way. Especially with the attitude of a lot of people today which seems to be " Let somebody else clean it up - that's what they're paid for". With this story, it must be noted though that he was actually fined the standard £50 not £400 as the headline suggests - the higher amount is through him not paying the initial fine in the first place. I am sure this happens with parking & speeding fines etc. It would be interesting to see these "Civil Enforcement" officers do a patrol of the town centres at night or the beaches during the summer. They would make a fortune not just with ciggy butts but also discarded nappies, burger cartons, cans, bottles, etc. That's what we pay them for isn't it?[/p][/quote]All this law and enforcement over a butt end ! What about all the mess the ' Travellers ' leave behind in different areas. I see no law and enforcement ......but oh for a fag end no problems !!! Councils are a joke ! Peroni
  • Score: 18

10:27am Wed 4 Jun 14

canfordcherry says...

Peroni wrote:
MrPitiful wrote:
Dropping fag ends or any kind of litter isn't nice for others and it does need to be managed in some way. Especially with the attitude of a lot of people today which seems to be " Let somebody else clean it up - that's what they're paid for".

With this story, it must be noted though that he was actually fined the standard £50 not £400 as the headline suggests - the higher amount is through him not paying the initial fine in the first place. I am sure this happens with parking & speeding fines etc.

It would be interesting to see these "Civil Enforcement" officers do a patrol of the town centres at night or the beaches during the summer. They would make a fortune not just with ciggy butts but also discarded nappies, burger cartons, cans, bottles, etc.

That's what we pay them for isn't it?
All this law and enforcement over a butt end !
What about all the mess the ' Travellers ' leave behind in different areas.
I see no law and enforcement ......but oh for a fag end no problems !!!
Councils are a joke !
Jumped up jobs worth's. They would never tackle a traveller camp. Not when there are easy pickings on the high street.
Some thing very wrong with our society and hierarchy I think.
[quote][p][bold]Peroni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrPitiful[/bold] wrote: Dropping fag ends or any kind of litter isn't nice for others and it does need to be managed in some way. Especially with the attitude of a lot of people today which seems to be " Let somebody else clean it up - that's what they're paid for". With this story, it must be noted though that he was actually fined the standard £50 not £400 as the headline suggests - the higher amount is through him not paying the initial fine in the first place. I am sure this happens with parking & speeding fines etc. It would be interesting to see these "Civil Enforcement" officers do a patrol of the town centres at night or the beaches during the summer. They would make a fortune not just with ciggy butts but also discarded nappies, burger cartons, cans, bottles, etc. That's what we pay them for isn't it?[/p][/quote]All this law and enforcement over a butt end ! What about all the mess the ' Travellers ' leave behind in different areas. I see no law and enforcement ......but oh for a fag end no problems !!! Councils are a joke ![/p][/quote]Jumped up jobs worth's. They would never tackle a traveller camp. Not when there are easy pickings on the high street. Some thing very wrong with our society and hierarchy I think. canfordcherry
  • Score: 10

10:34am Wed 4 Jun 14

itsneverblackorwhite says...

should have been a pedo and got wiggs!
should have been a pedo and got wiggs! itsneverblackorwhite
  • Score: -8

10:47am Wed 4 Jun 14

Arthur Maureen says...

Well done xch council. Good to see the moronic fedupwithjobsworths is back, thought you'd morphed into Sir Beachy Head but I guess there is room for at least 2 buffoons on this site
Well done xch council. Good to see the moronic fedupwithjobsworths is back, thought you'd morphed into Sir Beachy Head but I guess there is room for at least 2 buffoons on this site Arthur Maureen
  • Score: -3

10:50am Wed 4 Jun 14

blackdog1 says...

hamworthygirl wrote:
whataboutthat wrote:
Bigger fine than driving a car pissxd - sense of priorities - way to go Xch.
see you got the thumbs down like me for a similar comment wonder why? its ok to speed in a car drunk drive or use a mobile and be fined less than dropping a cigarette butt!
Because if you read the report properly you would see the fine was only £50.....the rest of the fine was for not paying and then being taken to court for non payment and costs awarded! Read the report!
[quote][p][bold]hamworthygirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whataboutthat[/bold] wrote: Bigger fine than driving a car pissxd - sense of priorities - way to go Xch.[/p][/quote]see you got the thumbs down like me for a similar comment wonder why? its ok to speed in a car drunk drive or use a mobile and be fined less than dropping a cigarette butt![/p][/quote]Because if you read the report properly you would see the fine was only £50.....the rest of the fine was for not paying and then being taken to court for non payment and costs awarded! Read the report! blackdog1
  • Score: 18

10:52am Wed 4 Jun 14

scrumpyjack says...

charlie2004 wrote:
One thing baffles me, who exactly is the 'victim' and who will get the £40 'victim surcharge?
Examples..

Victims and Witnesses Unit
reference number
Organisation
Recommended award
per annum for the years
2012/13 and 2013/14
PSF/2012-2014/001
Support After Murder and Manslaughter (SAMM) National
£30,000
PSF/2012-2014/002
National Victims’ Association (NVA)
£30,000
PSF/2012-2014/003
Knife Crimes.Org
£15,000
PSF/2012-2014/004
Mothers Against Murder and Aggression (MAMAA)
£30,000
PSF/2012-2014/005
JAGS Foundation
£15,000
PSF/2012-2014/006
The Jimmy Mizen Foundation
£10,000
PSF/2012-2014/008
Through Unity
£20,000
PSF/2012-2014/009
Families Fighting For Justice (FFFJ)
£20,000
PSF/2012-2014/015
Disaster Action
£5,000
PSF/2012-2014/017
The Jason Spencer Trust
£10,000
PSF/2012-2014/018
Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse (AAFDA)
£30,000
PSF/2012-2014/023
Justice After Acquittal (JAA)
£5,000
PSF/2012-2014/024
SAMM Merseyside
£30,000
Twelves Company
Plymouth / South West
The Survivors Trust
£60,000
RS/2011/04
Doncaster Rape & Sexual Abuse Counselling Service (DRASACS)
Doncaster
Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust
£60,000
RS/2011/11
Savana
Staffordshire
Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust
£60,000
RS/2011/12
South Essex Rape & Incest Crisis Centre (SERICC)
South Essex
Rape Crisis
£60,000
RS/2011/27
Women’s Support Network
Middlesbrough / Hartlepool / Stockton
The Survivors Trust
£60,000
RS/2011/28
Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Centre (RASASC)
Cheshire / Merseyside
Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust
£60,000
RS/2011/31
Coventry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre (CRASAC)
Coventry
Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust
£60,000
RS/2011/36
New Pathways
Wales
The Survivors Trust
£60,000
RS/2011/38
Family Matters
Kent / Surrey
The Survivors Trust
£60,000
RS/2011/55
Tyneside Rape Crisis Centre (TRCC)
Tyneside / Northumberland
Rape Crisis
£60,000
RS/2011/56
Bradford Rape Crisis & Sexual Abuse Survivors Service (BRC&SASS)
Bradford
Rape Crisis
£60,000
RS/2011/58
Croydon Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Centre
South London
Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust
£60,000
RS/2011/66
Southampton Rape Crisis & Sexual Abuse Counselling Service
Southampton / Hampshire
Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust
£60,000
RS/2011/77
Birmingham Rape & Sexual Violence Project (RSVP)
Birmingham
The Survivors Trust
£60,000
[quote][p][bold]charlie2004[/bold] wrote: One thing baffles me, who exactly is the 'victim' and who will get the £40 'victim surcharge?[/p][/quote]Examples.. Victims and Witnesses Unit reference number Organisation Recommended award per annum for the years 2012/13 and 2013/14 PSF/2012-2014/001 Support After Murder and Manslaughter (SAMM) National £30,000 PSF/2012-2014/002 National Victims’ Association (NVA) £30,000 PSF/2012-2014/003 Knife Crimes.Org £15,000 PSF/2012-2014/004 Mothers Against Murder and Aggression (MAMAA) £30,000 PSF/2012-2014/005 JAGS Foundation £15,000 PSF/2012-2014/006 The Jimmy Mizen Foundation £10,000 PSF/2012-2014/008 Through Unity £20,000 PSF/2012-2014/009 Families Fighting For Justice (FFFJ) £20,000 PSF/2012-2014/015 Disaster Action £5,000 PSF/2012-2014/017 The Jason Spencer Trust £10,000 PSF/2012-2014/018 Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse (AAFDA) £30,000 PSF/2012-2014/023 Justice After Acquittal (JAA) £5,000 PSF/2012-2014/024 SAMM Merseyside £30,000 Twelves Company Plymouth / South West The Survivors Trust £60,000 RS/2011/04 Doncaster Rape & Sexual Abuse Counselling Service (DRASACS) Doncaster Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust £60,000 RS/2011/11 Savana Staffordshire Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust £60,000 RS/2011/12 South Essex Rape & Incest Crisis Centre (SERICC) South Essex Rape Crisis £60,000 RS/2011/27 Women’s Support Network Middlesbrough / Hartlepool / Stockton The Survivors Trust £60,000 RS/2011/28 Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Centre (RASASC) Cheshire / Merseyside Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust £60,000 RS/2011/31 Coventry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre (CRASAC) Coventry Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust £60,000 RS/2011/36 New Pathways Wales The Survivors Trust £60,000 RS/2011/38 Family Matters Kent / Surrey The Survivors Trust £60,000 RS/2011/55 Tyneside Rape Crisis Centre (TRCC) Tyneside / Northumberland Rape Crisis £60,000 RS/2011/56 Bradford Rape Crisis & Sexual Abuse Survivors Service (BRC&SASS) Bradford Rape Crisis £60,000 RS/2011/58 Croydon Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Centre South London Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust £60,000 RS/2011/66 Southampton Rape Crisis & Sexual Abuse Counselling Service Southampton / Hampshire Rape Crisis The Survivors Trust £60,000 RS/2011/77 Birmingham Rape & Sexual Violence Project (RSVP) Birmingham The Survivors Trust £60,000 scrumpyjack
  • Score: 3

10:58am Wed 4 Jun 14

Bloss45 says...

we-shall-see wrote:
What a pity Poole and Bournemouth don't also prosecute people for littering the streets. There is no need to do it. Take your rubbish home or use the bins!
HERE HERE !!!!!
[quote][p][bold]we-shall-see[/bold] wrote: What a pity Poole and Bournemouth don't also prosecute people for littering the streets. There is no need to do it. Take your rubbish home or use the bins![/p][/quote]HERE HERE !!!!! Bloss45
  • Score: 12

10:59am Wed 4 Jun 14

contric says...

what about people who get hauled before the court for not doing their community service does their original fine go up 8x of course not its another money making scam as i kept banging on and i am glad some people have caught on now you get more for no tv license or getting on a train without a ticket or dropping a fag end than you do for driving over the alcohol limit
what about people who get hauled before the court for not doing their community service does their original fine go up 8x of course not its another money making scam as i kept banging on and i am glad some people have caught on now you get more for no tv license or getting on a train without a ticket or dropping a fag end than you do for driving over the alcohol limit contric
  • Score: 0

10:59am Wed 4 Jun 14

Bloss45 says...

we-shall-see wrote:
What a pity Poole and Bournemouth don't also prosecute people for littering the streets. There is no need to do it. Take your rubbish home or use the bins!
HERE HERE !!!
[quote][p][bold]we-shall-see[/bold] wrote: What a pity Poole and Bournemouth don't also prosecute people for littering the streets. There is no need to do it. Take your rubbish home or use the bins![/p][/quote]HERE HERE !!! Bloss45
  • Score: 6

11:06am Wed 4 Jun 14

Dean Park says...

fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
The filter tip if a cigarette is NOT biodegradable.
[quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]The filter tip if a cigarette is NOT biodegradable. Dean Park
  • Score: 8

11:06am Wed 4 Jun 14

Dean Park says...

fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
The filter tip in a cigarette is NOT biodegradable.
[quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]The filter tip in a cigarette is NOT biodegradable. Dean Park
  • Score: 7

11:14am Wed 4 Jun 14

burgerboy says...

Poole council enforcement officers need to get outside the pound shop in Falkland square.
Their staff think it's ok to have a fag break outside the store and throw their dog ends down when there is a bin a few yards away.
The council could make a fortune from smokers everyday...........
Poole council enforcement officers need to get outside the pound shop in Falkland square. Their staff think it's ok to have a fag break outside the store and throw their dog ends down when there is a bin a few yards away. The council could make a fortune from smokers everyday........... burgerboy
  • Score: 33

11:21am Wed 4 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
[quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication! suzigirl
  • Score: -5

11:28am Wed 4 Jun 14

Stereotyped says...

JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Good, filthy habit anyway.
Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?
I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding
, alcohol is not good for that.

I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out.

The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...
[quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: Good, filthy habit anyway.[/p][/quote]Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?[/p][/quote]I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding , alcohol is not good for that. I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out. The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc... Stereotyped
  • Score: 0

11:29am Wed 4 Jun 14

a.g.o.g. says...

whatever the crime the punishment must be seen to fit and at that rate we ought be finger-printing each and every rudely discarded piece of rubbish and litter with a dedicated ``Hit Squad`` anti-litter heroes focused on the conurbation making a fortune out of the Weekend Beach & Elsewhere bombers and anyone else who thinks himself another ``Cool Hand Luke``.
whatever the crime the punishment must be seen to fit and at that rate we ought be finger-printing each and every rudely discarded piece of rubbish and litter with a dedicated ``Hit Squad`` anti-litter heroes focused on the conurbation making a fortune out of the Weekend Beach & Elsewhere bombers and anyone else who thinks himself another ``Cool Hand Luke``. a.g.o.g.
  • Score: -6

11:33am Wed 4 Jun 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

The fine was so big because he probably 'pleaded guilty in absence' which is allowed if he doesn't want to attend court.

Be warned dear reader, if you do this, the magistrates will hit you with a massive fine SS you aren't there to argue it.

The same thing happens when train fare dodgers plead guilty in absence. For dodging s £5 fare they get fined £400. If they could be bothered to attend court and argue their case the fine would be 100 at most.

Occasionally I buy a copy of the echo, its all in the 'in the dock' section.

TOP TIP = ATTEND AND DEFEND OR GET WHACKED WITH A WELL OVER THE TOP FINE.
The fine was so big because he probably 'pleaded guilty in absence' which is allowed if he doesn't want to attend court. Be warned dear reader, if you do this, the magistrates will hit you with a massive fine SS you aren't there to argue it. The same thing happens when train fare dodgers plead guilty in absence. For dodging s £5 fare they get fined £400. If they could be bothered to attend court and argue their case the fine would be 100 at most. Occasionally I buy a copy of the echo, its all in the 'in the dock' section. TOP TIP = ATTEND AND DEFEND OR GET WHACKED WITH A WELL OVER THE TOP FINE. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 4

11:40am Wed 4 Jun 14

blackdog1 says...

a.g.o.g. wrote:
whatever the crime the punishment must be seen to fit and at that rate we ought be finger-printing each and every rudely discarded piece of rubbish and litter with a dedicated ``Hit Squad`` anti-litter heroes focused on the conurbation making a fortune out of the Weekend Beach & Elsewhere bombers and anyone else who thinks himself another ``Cool Hand Luke``.
What part of the report do you not understand ? £50 was the fine! The rest was for not paying and having to go to court and costs! £50 does fit the crime!
[quote][p][bold]a.g.o.g.[/bold] wrote: whatever the crime the punishment must be seen to fit and at that rate we ought be finger-printing each and every rudely discarded piece of rubbish and litter with a dedicated ``Hit Squad`` anti-litter heroes focused on the conurbation making a fortune out of the Weekend Beach & Elsewhere bombers and anyone else who thinks himself another ``Cool Hand Luke``.[/p][/quote]What part of the report do you not understand ? £50 was the fine! The rest was for not paying and having to go to court and costs! £50 does fit the crime! blackdog1
  • Score: 10

12:01pm Wed 4 Jun 14

billy bumble says...

Sir Beachy Head wrote:
The fine was so big because he probably 'pleaded guilty in absence' which is allowed if he doesn't want to attend court.

Be warned dear reader, if you do this, the magistrates will hit you with a massive fine SS you aren't there to argue it.

The same thing happens when train fare dodgers plead guilty in absence. For dodging s £5 fare they get fined £400. If they could be bothered to attend court and argue their case the fine would be 100 at most.

Occasionally I buy a copy of the echo, its all in the 'in the dock' section.

TOP TIP = ATTEND AND DEFEND OR GET WHACKED WITH A WELL OVER THE TOP FINE.
Rubbish ( sorry couldn't resist )

The £50 fine is a Fixed Penalty Notice

The appeal against it is to a one man tribunal

Not paying the fine and the subsequent additional costs becomes a Magistates Courts offence
[quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: The fine was so big because he probably 'pleaded guilty in absence' which is allowed if he doesn't want to attend court. Be warned dear reader, if you do this, the magistrates will hit you with a massive fine SS you aren't there to argue it. The same thing happens when train fare dodgers plead guilty in absence. For dodging s £5 fare they get fined £400. If they could be bothered to attend court and argue their case the fine would be 100 at most. Occasionally I buy a copy of the echo, its all in the 'in the dock' section. TOP TIP = ATTEND AND DEFEND OR GET WHACKED WITH A WELL OVER THE TOP FINE.[/p][/quote]Rubbish ( sorry couldn't resist ) The £50 fine is a Fixed Penalty Notice The appeal against it is to a one man tribunal Not paying the fine and the subsequent additional costs becomes a Magistates Courts offence billy bumble
  • Score: 7

12:04pm Wed 4 Jun 14

wadjit says...

Sort the DOG MESS out not cigarette butts!
Sort the DOG MESS out not cigarette butts! wadjit
  • Score: 17

12:08pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Boscomite says...

sivvy wrote:
I saw 3 of these Enforcment jokers target a harmless looking young man in Bournemouth . They hung around watching him smoke,then pounced when he stubbed his butt out underfoot. They were intimidating him into paying a fine on the spot with his bank card. I challenged them (as a concerned rate payer) as to why they do not approach and fine tough looking characters or the shop keepers who smoke outside there Boscombe high st shops and litter the pavement constantly?. They didn't want to engage with me. Then I saw an article in a newspaper on this subject----- They are told not to put themselves in any danger by targeting anyone who may tell them where to get off!. Hence only harmless looking chaps or women are fair game for them. Enforcement officers my backside!.
A couple of questions.
Are these enforcement officers employed directly by the council, or through a subcontracted company?
Are they paid a proper wage, or are they on commission?
[quote][p][bold]sivvy[/bold] wrote: I saw 3 of these Enforcment jokers target a harmless looking young man in Bournemouth . They hung around watching him smoke,then pounced when he stubbed his butt out underfoot. They were intimidating him into paying a fine on the spot with his bank card. I challenged them (as a concerned rate payer) as to why they do not approach and fine tough looking characters or the shop keepers who smoke outside there Boscombe high st shops and litter the pavement constantly?. They didn't want to engage with me. Then I saw an article in a newspaper on this subject----- They are told not to put themselves in any danger by targeting anyone who may tell them where to get off!. Hence only harmless looking chaps or women are fair game for them. Enforcement officers my backside!.[/p][/quote]A couple of questions. Are these enforcement officers employed directly by the council, or through a subcontracted company? Are they paid a proper wage, or are they on commission? Boscomite
  • Score: 7

12:13pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

Arthur Maureen wrote:
Well done xch council. Good to see the moronic fedupwithjobsworths is back, thought you'd morphed into Sir Beachy Head but I guess there is room for at least 2 buffoons on this site
3 including you Arthur.
[quote][p][bold]Arthur Maureen[/bold] wrote: Well done xch council. Good to see the moronic fedupwithjobsworths is back, thought you'd morphed into Sir Beachy Head but I guess there is room for at least 2 buffoons on this site[/p][/quote]3 including you Arthur. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 6

12:18pm Wed 4 Jun 14

stevobath says...

fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
Up to ten years to biodegrade with the chemicals in the acetate filters seeping into the watercourse etc.

As for causing fires??? Only an idiot would throw a lit fag into a bin. It takes seconds to stub it out first.
[quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]Up to ten years to biodegrade with the chemicals in the acetate filters seeping into the watercourse etc. As for causing fires??? Only an idiot would throw a lit fag into a bin. It takes seconds to stub it out first. stevobath
  • Score: 5

12:18pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

billy bumble wrote:
Sir Beachy Head wrote:
The fine was so big because he probably 'pleaded guilty in absence' which is allowed if he doesn't want to attend court.

Be warned dear reader, if you do this, the magistrates will hit you with a massive fine SS you aren't there to argue it.

The same thing happens when train fare dodgers plead guilty in absence. For dodging s £5 fare they get fined £400. If they could be bothered to attend court and argue their case the fine would be 100 at most.

Occasionally I buy a copy of the echo, its all in the 'in the dock' section.

TOP TIP = ATTEND AND DEFEND OR GET WHACKED WITH A WELL OVER THE TOP FINE.
Rubbish ( sorry couldn't resist )

The £50 fine is a Fixed Penalty Notice

The appeal against it is to a one man tribunal

Not paying the fine and the subsequent additional costs becomes a Magistates Courts offence
Yes, I know. Its the not attending the magistrates court that resulted in the huge extra fine.
[quote][p][bold]billy bumble[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: The fine was so big because he probably 'pleaded guilty in absence' which is allowed if he doesn't want to attend court. Be warned dear reader, if you do this, the magistrates will hit you with a massive fine SS you aren't there to argue it. The same thing happens when train fare dodgers plead guilty in absence. For dodging s £5 fare they get fined £400. If they could be bothered to attend court and argue their case the fine would be 100 at most. Occasionally I buy a copy of the echo, its all in the 'in the dock' section. TOP TIP = ATTEND AND DEFEND OR GET WHACKED WITH A WELL OVER THE TOP FINE.[/p][/quote]Rubbish ( sorry couldn't resist ) The £50 fine is a Fixed Penalty Notice The appeal against it is to a one man tribunal Not paying the fine and the subsequent additional costs becomes a Magistates Courts offence[/p][/quote]Yes, I know. Its the not attending the magistrates court that resulted in the huge extra fine. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 5

12:20pm Wed 4 Jun 14

keith milton says...

what else can these cretins in power dream up to steal your money.
what else can these cretins in power dream up to steal your money. keith milton
  • Score: -3

12:20pm Wed 4 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is.
Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is. bogtrotter
  • Score: 3

12:21pm Wed 4 Jun 14

speedy231278 says...

I bet Bournemouth council didn't fine their chums S+D Leisure for the amount of crap they left all over the Square when they moved their car boot sale-esque tat away after the Wheels Festival....
I bet Bournemouth council didn't fine their chums S+D Leisure for the amount of crap they left all over the Square when they moved their car boot sale-esque tat away after the Wheels Festival.... speedy231278
  • Score: 8

12:29pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

Stereotyped wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Good, filthy habit anyway.
Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?
I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding

, alcohol is not good for that.

I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out.

The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...
Regarding the tax v healthcare costs. The govt collect twice as much tax as they spend on smoking related illnesses. So it says in this interesting 2 part documentary. Part 2 tomorrow night, BBC2.


Part 1 here

http://www.bbc.co.uk
/iplayer/episode/b04
5cjmw/burning-desire
-the-seduction-of-sm
oking-episode-1
[quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: Good, filthy habit anyway.[/p][/quote]Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?[/p][/quote]I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding , alcohol is not good for that. I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out. The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...[/p][/quote]Regarding the tax v healthcare costs. The govt collect twice as much tax as they spend on smoking related illnesses. So it says in this interesting 2 part documentary. Part 2 tomorrow night, BBC2. Part 1 here http://www.bbc.co.uk /iplayer/episode/b04 5cjmw/burning-desire -the-seduction-of-sm oking-episode-1 Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 4

12:30pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Baysider says...

bogtrotter wrote:
Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is.
Here's a thought...stub it out and take it home with you in the same packet you got it out of and don't throw it on the floor for the council to clear up at our expense?
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is.[/p][/quote]Here's a thought...stub it out and take it home with you in the same packet you got it out of and don't throw it on the floor for the council to clear up at our expense? Baysider
  • Score: 12

12:36pm Wed 4 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

Baysider wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is.
Here's a thought...stub it out and take it home with you in the same packet you got it out of and don't throw it on the floor for the council to clear up at our expense?
'Our expense', brilliant. Do you not get the point? In my situation, there was a council officer there ready to write me out a fine but did nothing about the dispenser or the bin, do you understand where I'm coming from here? Being a hefty council tax payer, I would like to think the facilities that are at 'our expense' as you put it, are fit for use. By your rules, I should be able to fine the council or have some of my tax returned, hardly likely is it.
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is.[/p][/quote]Here's a thought...stub it out and take it home with you in the same packet you got it out of and don't throw it on the floor for the council to clear up at our expense?[/p][/quote]'Our expense', brilliant. Do you not get the point? In my situation, there was a council officer there ready to write me out a fine but did nothing about the dispenser or the bin, do you understand where I'm coming from here? Being a hefty council tax payer, I would like to think the facilities that are at 'our expense' as you put it, are fit for use. By your rules, I should be able to fine the council or have some of my tax returned, hardly likely is it. bogtrotter
  • Score: -3

12:36pm Wed 4 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

bogtrotter wrote:
Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is.
Put it in your pocket and dispose of it later!
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is.[/p][/quote]Put it in your pocket and dispose of it later! suzigirl
  • Score: 6

12:45pm Wed 4 Jun 14

a.g.o.g. says...

blackdog1 wrote:
a.g.o.g. wrote:
whatever the crime the punishment must be seen to fit and at that rate we ought be finger-printing each and every rudely discarded piece of rubbish and litter with a dedicated ``Hit Squad`` anti-litter heroes focused on the conurbation making a fortune out of the Weekend Beach & Elsewhere bombers and anyone else who thinks himself another ``Cool Hand Luke``.
What part of the report do you not understand ? £50 was the fine! The rest was for not paying and having to go to court and costs! £50 does fit the crime!
what part of my comment don`t you understand?!
[quote][p][bold]blackdog1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]a.g.o.g.[/bold] wrote: whatever the crime the punishment must be seen to fit and at that rate we ought be finger-printing each and every rudely discarded piece of rubbish and litter with a dedicated ``Hit Squad`` anti-litter heroes focused on the conurbation making a fortune out of the Weekend Beach & Elsewhere bombers and anyone else who thinks himself another ``Cool Hand Luke``.[/p][/quote]What part of the report do you not understand ? £50 was the fine! The rest was for not paying and having to go to court and costs! £50 does fit the crime![/p][/quote]what part of my comment don`t you understand?! a.g.o.g.
  • Score: -1

12:49pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Controversial But True says...

He'll be picking up fag ends off the floor to make roll ups with now he's £400 worse of!!!?
He'll be picking up fag ends off the floor to make roll ups with now he's £400 worse of!!!? Controversial But True
  • Score: 3

12:56pm Wed 4 Jun 14

BoscombeWarLord says...

That's a dear dog end but I support the council in this enforcement.
However I trust these Enforcement Officers will carry out their duty with the same zeal when the Travellers descend in their hordes over the course of the summer.
That's a dear dog end but I support the council in this enforcement. However I trust these Enforcement Officers will carry out their duty with the same zeal when the Travellers descend in their hordes over the course of the summer. BoscombeWarLord
  • Score: 12

12:57pm Wed 4 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

suzigirl wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is.
Put it in your pocket and dispose of it later!
So again, my point being, why should I pay council tax for unusable facilities? Using your suggestion I would not only potentially damage my legwear, paid for with my hard earned, by I could also endanger the crown jewels.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is.[/p][/quote]Put it in your pocket and dispose of it later![/p][/quote]So again, my point being, why should I pay council tax for unusable facilities? Using your suggestion I would not only potentially damage my legwear, paid for with my hard earned, by I could also endanger the crown jewels. bogtrotter
  • Score: -4

1:17pm Wed 4 Jun 14

fedupwithjobsworths says...

Ginny nz wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
I guess you're a smoker with a chip on your shoulder !!
Sorry, no I dont smoke - I just wish the Council spent its limited resources dealing with the bigger litter issues
[quote][p][bold]Ginny nz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]I guess you're a smoker with a chip on your shoulder !![/p][/quote]Sorry, no I dont smoke - I just wish the Council spent its limited resources dealing with the bigger litter issues fedupwithjobsworths
  • Score: -1

1:25pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Bob49 says...

fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
Ginny nz wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
I guess you're a smoker with a chip on your shoulder !!
Sorry, no I dont smoke - I just wish the Council spent its limited resources dealing with the bigger litter issues
issues ?

are the council issueing litter now ?
[quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginny nz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]I guess you're a smoker with a chip on your shoulder !![/p][/quote]Sorry, no I dont smoke - I just wish the Council spent its limited resources dealing with the bigger litter issues[/p][/quote]issues ? are the council issueing litter now ? Bob49
  • Score: 0

1:26pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Sameb1 says...

Its okay to fine people but it has to be right for the offence, when you hear people come out of court with fines of just £15 £100 ect.. for violent assault and sexual offences how can this fine be justified for over £400 for something many people do?. its a money making scam. As an earlier post mentioned they can t do anything about travellers but a fag butt they are all over it.
Complete Joke plenty of Council trowls on here I say go to the hell the lot of you,
Did the Civil Officer give the person a chance to pick up his littler or was the fine the first option, thought so...
RIP OFF Britain
Its okay to fine people but it has to be right for the offence, when you hear people come out of court with fines of just £15 £100 ect.. for violent assault and sexual offences how can this fine be justified for over £400 for something many people do?. its a money making scam. As an earlier post mentioned they can t do anything about travellers but a fag butt they are all over it. Complete Joke plenty of Council trowls on here I say go to the hell the lot of you, Did the Civil Officer give the person a chance to pick up his littler or was the fine the first option, thought so... RIP OFF Britain Sameb1
  • Score: -1

1:44pm Wed 4 Jun 14

JemBmth says...

Stereotyped wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Good, filthy habit anyway.
Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?
I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding

, alcohol is not good for that.

I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out.

The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...
I wasn't trying to catch anyone out. Perhaps I hit a raw nerve.
[quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: Good, filthy habit anyway.[/p][/quote]Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?[/p][/quote]I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding , alcohol is not good for that. I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out. The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...[/p][/quote]I wasn't trying to catch anyone out. Perhaps I hit a raw nerve. JemBmth
  • Score: 0

1:55pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

Sameb1 wrote:
Its okay to fine people but it has to be right for the offence, when you hear people come out of court with fines of just £15 £100 ect.. for violent assault and sexual offences how can this fine be justified for over £400 for something many people do?. its a money making scam. As an earlier post mentioned they can t do anything about travellers but a fag butt they are all over it.
Complete Joke plenty of Council trowls on here I say go to the hell the lot of you,
Did the Civil Officer give the person a chance to pick up his littler or was the fine the first option, thought so...
RIP OFF Britain
the fine was £50, not £400?
[quote][p][bold]Sameb1[/bold] wrote: Its okay to fine people but it has to be right for the offence, when you hear people come out of court with fines of just £15 £100 ect.. for violent assault and sexual offences how can this fine be justified for over £400 for something many people do?. its a money making scam. As an earlier post mentioned they can t do anything about travellers but a fag butt they are all over it. Complete Joke plenty of Council trowls on here I say go to the hell the lot of you, Did the Civil Officer give the person a chance to pick up his littler or was the fine the first option, thought so... RIP OFF Britain[/p][/quote]the fine was £50, not £400? Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: 5

1:56pm Wed 4 Jun 14

scrumpyjack says...

Stereotyped wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Good, filthy habit anyway.
Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?
I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding

, alcohol is not good for that.

I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out.

The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...
It does, 3 times over.

Perhaps a little research?
[quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: Good, filthy habit anyway.[/p][/quote]Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?[/p][/quote]I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding , alcohol is not good for that. I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out. The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...[/p][/quote]It does, 3 times over. Perhaps a little research? scrumpyjack
  • Score: 4

1:57pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

If it's £50 for a fag butt how much is it for a heroin needle? They could probably clear the country's trade deficit with a weekly patrol through Boscombe!! Well, if the fines were ever paid of course, which they obviously won't be.
If it's £50 for a fag butt how much is it for a heroin needle? They could probably clear the country's trade deficit with a weekly patrol through Boscombe!! Well, if the fines were ever paid of course, which they obviously won't be. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: 3

2:01pm Wed 4 Jun 14

billy bumble says...

a.g.o.g. wrote:
blackdog1 wrote:
a.g.o.g. wrote:
whatever the crime the punishment must be seen to fit and at that rate we ought be finger-printing each and every rudely discarded piece of rubbish and litter with a dedicated ``Hit Squad`` anti-litter heroes focused on the conurbation making a fortune out of the Weekend Beach & Elsewhere bombers and anyone else who thinks himself another ``Cool Hand Luke``.
What part of the report do you not understand ? £50 was the fine! The rest was for not paying and having to go to court and costs! £50 does fit the crime!
what part of my comment don`t you understand?!
To be honest - not a single word of it
[quote][p][bold]a.g.o.g.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blackdog1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]a.g.o.g.[/bold] wrote: whatever the crime the punishment must be seen to fit and at that rate we ought be finger-printing each and every rudely discarded piece of rubbish and litter with a dedicated ``Hit Squad`` anti-litter heroes focused on the conurbation making a fortune out of the Weekend Beach & Elsewhere bombers and anyone else who thinks himself another ``Cool Hand Luke``.[/p][/quote]What part of the report do you not understand ? £50 was the fine! The rest was for not paying and having to go to court and costs! £50 does fit the crime![/p][/quote]what part of my comment don`t you understand?![/p][/quote]To be honest - not a single word of it billy bumble
  • Score: 5

2:07pm Wed 4 Jun 14

scrumpyjack says...

Sameb1 wrote:
Its okay to fine people but it has to be right for the offence, when you hear people come out of court with fines of just £15 £100 ect.. for violent assault and sexual offences how can this fine be justified for over £400 for something many people do?. its a money making scam. As an earlier post mentioned they can t do anything about travellers but a fag butt they are all over it.
Complete Joke plenty of Council trowls on here I say go to the hell the lot of you,
Did the Civil Officer give the person a chance to pick up his littler or was the fine the first option, thought so...
RIP OFF Britain
Are you a bit slow?
[quote][p][bold]Sameb1[/bold] wrote: Its okay to fine people but it has to be right for the offence, when you hear people come out of court with fines of just £15 £100 ect.. for violent assault and sexual offences how can this fine be justified for over £400 for something many people do?. its a money making scam. As an earlier post mentioned they can t do anything about travellers but a fag butt they are all over it. Complete Joke plenty of Council trowls on here I say go to the hell the lot of you, Did the Civil Officer give the person a chance to pick up his littler or was the fine the first option, thought so... RIP OFF Britain[/p][/quote]Are you a bit slow? scrumpyjack
  • Score: 5

2:11pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Local fan says...

No excuse, and littering should be actively prosecuted.
No excuse, and littering should be actively prosecuted. Local fan
  • Score: 8

2:25pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Stereotyped says...

JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Good, filthy habit anyway.
Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?
I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding


, alcohol is not good for that.

I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out.

The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...
I wasn't trying to catch anyone out. Perhaps I hit a raw nerve.
Not at all. Was just the way you ended your post with a question about what you just mentioned... Usually the way people attempt in vain to get the upper hand.

I don't smoke, I don't drink... I don't have a problem with those who do but I don't think that the money made from tax on them is a justifiable excuse to allow them to take the "censored" when it comes to health care later in life.

I also certainly don't think it is acceptable for them to just drop their butts wherever they feel like instead of in a bin.
[quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: Good, filthy habit anyway.[/p][/quote]Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?[/p][/quote]I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding , alcohol is not good for that. I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out. The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...[/p][/quote]I wasn't trying to catch anyone out. Perhaps I hit a raw nerve.[/p][/quote]Not at all. Was just the way you ended your post with a question about what you just mentioned... Usually the way people attempt in vain to get the upper hand. I don't smoke, I don't drink... I don't have a problem with those who do but I don't think that the money made from tax on them is a justifiable excuse to allow them to take the "censored" when it comes to health care later in life. I also certainly don't think it is acceptable for them to just drop their butts wherever they feel like instead of in a bin. Stereotyped
  • Score: 4

2:30pm Wed 4 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

Stereotyped wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Good, filthy habit anyway.
Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?
I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding

, alcohol is not good for that.

I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out.

The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...
Are those illnesses exclusive to smokers then?
[quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: Good, filthy habit anyway.[/p][/quote]Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?[/p][/quote]I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding , alcohol is not good for that. I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out. The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...[/p][/quote]Are those illnesses exclusive to smokers then? bogtrotter
  • Score: 0

2:42pm Wed 4 Jun 14

lolly3382 says...

I don't smoke, I think it is a disgusting habit and d*mn right he should get fined.

However... I LIKE BIG BUTTS AND I CANNOT LIE!
:-P
I don't smoke, I think it is a disgusting habit and d*mn right he should get fined. However... I LIKE BIG BUTTS AND I CANNOT LIE! :-P lolly3382
  • Score: 2

3:19pm Wed 4 Jun 14

bourne free says...

The Gyp5y have left Poole swimming Poole car park leaving no mess , the chavs hang out on the grass outside the pool entrance and leave a bomb site and nothing is done , where are our enforcers in Poole ??
The Gyp5y have left Poole swimming Poole car park leaving no mess , the chavs hang out on the grass outside the pool entrance and leave a bomb site and nothing is done , where are our enforcers in Poole ?? bourne free
  • Score: 7

3:26pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Avengerboy says...

Easy targets, as for the syringe/needles in and around Boscombe ...... not even organic waste like the cigarette butt.
Easy targets, as for the syringe/needles in and around Boscombe ...... not even organic waste like the cigarette butt. Avengerboy
  • Score: -2

3:33pm Wed 4 Jun 14

miltonarcher says...

Spot on! Smokers are so selfish.
Spot on! Smokers are so selfish. miltonarcher
  • Score: 0

3:55pm Wed 4 Jun 14

scrumpyjack says...

Stereotyped wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Good, filthy habit anyway.
Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?
I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding



, alcohol is not good for that.

I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out.

The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...
I wasn't trying to catch anyone out. Perhaps I hit a raw nerve.
Not at all. Was just the way you ended your post with a question about what you just mentioned... Usually the way people attempt in vain to get the upper hand.

I don't smoke, I don't drink... I don't have a problem with those who do but I don't think that the money made from tax on them is a justifiable excuse to allow them to take the "censored" when it comes to health care later in life.

I also certainly don't think it is acceptable for them to just drop their butts wherever they feel like instead of in a bin.
You are so wrong.

Smokers generate far more in tax revenue than the cost of NHS treatment and they die younger so will not live to a ripe old age claiming State Pension and Care costs and other old age health costs and the cost of Social Services support et al.

Still, nothing like a little bit of blind prejudice to ignore the reality eh?
[quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: Good, filthy habit anyway.[/p][/quote]Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?[/p][/quote]I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding , alcohol is not good for that. I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out. The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...[/p][/quote]I wasn't trying to catch anyone out. Perhaps I hit a raw nerve.[/p][/quote]Not at all. Was just the way you ended your post with a question about what you just mentioned... Usually the way people attempt in vain to get the upper hand. I don't smoke, I don't drink... I don't have a problem with those who do but I don't think that the money made from tax on them is a justifiable excuse to allow them to take the "censored" when it comes to health care later in life. I also certainly don't think it is acceptable for them to just drop their butts wherever they feel like instead of in a bin.[/p][/quote]You are so wrong. Smokers generate far more in tax revenue than the cost of NHS treatment and they die younger so will not live to a ripe old age claiming State Pension and Care costs and other old age health costs and the cost of Social Services support et al. Still, nothing like a little bit of blind prejudice to ignore the reality eh? scrumpyjack
  • Score: -2

4:04pm Wed 4 Jun 14

scrumpyjack says...

The amount of Tax (Excise & VAT) raised was £12.3 billion.

The estimated cost of health care for smokers to the NHS has been quoted at £2.7 billion though some now argue this should be quoted as £5 billion.
The amount of Tax (Excise & VAT) raised was £12.3 billion. The estimated cost of health care for smokers to the NHS has been quoted at £2.7 billion though some now argue this should be quoted as £5 billion. scrumpyjack
  • Score: 0

4:15pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Brimonty says...

burgerboy wrote:
Poole council enforcement officers need to get outside the pound shop in Falkland square.
Their staff think it's ok to have a fag break outside the store and throw their dog ends down when there is a bin a few yards away.
The council could make a fortune from smokers everyday...........
Also eastern end of Poole bus station, in the open, where drivers take their break.
[quote][p][bold]burgerboy[/bold] wrote: Poole council enforcement officers need to get outside the pound shop in Falkland square. Their staff think it's ok to have a fag break outside the store and throw their dog ends down when there is a bin a few yards away. The council could make a fortune from smokers everyday...........[/p][/quote]Also eastern end of Poole bus station, in the open, where drivers take their break. Brimonty
  • Score: 5

4:30pm Wed 4 Jun 14

nickynoodah says...

smokers stink they should be fined for stinking alarmingly
I went in a smokers house once and they had a cat tray in the kitchen
omg it smelt like a skunks den or a knobdirts bedsit fine em and ban them from towns teach them a lesson
smell their breath and punish them £200 if it stinks.
you know it is
smokers stink they should be fined for stinking alarmingly I went in a smokers house once and they had a cat tray in the kitchen omg it smelt like a skunks den or a knobdirts bedsit fine em and ban them from towns teach them a lesson smell their breath and punish them £200 if it stinks. you know it is nickynoodah
  • Score: -5

4:41pm Wed 4 Jun 14

JemBmth says...

Stereotyped wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Good, filthy habit anyway.
Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?
I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding



, alcohol is not good for that.

I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out.

The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...
I wasn't trying to catch anyone out. Perhaps I hit a raw nerve.
Not at all. Was just the way you ended your post with a question about what you just mentioned... Usually the way people attempt in vain to get the upper hand.

I don't smoke, I don't drink... I don't have a problem with those who do but I don't think that the money made from tax on them is a justifiable excuse to allow them to take the "censored" when it comes to health care later in life.

I also certainly don't think it is acceptable for them to just drop their butts wherever they feel like instead of in a bin.
I don't agree with them throwing cigarette ends on the street either. I do smoke but never outside or in a public place. I even smoke by an open window in my house. Yes, smoking is a bad habit but I also don't drink but it is the way people say it is a disgusting habit. Lots of habits are not pleasant but it's the way people just jump on the bandwagon as far as smoking is concerned. You don't see **** videos or mags in Tesco, Asda etc but cigarettes are widely available. There should not be a stigma attached. It is peoples' right to smoke if they wish.
[quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: Good, filthy habit anyway.[/p][/quote]Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?[/p][/quote]I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding , alcohol is not good for that. I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out. The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...[/p][/quote]I wasn't trying to catch anyone out. Perhaps I hit a raw nerve.[/p][/quote]Not at all. Was just the way you ended your post with a question about what you just mentioned... Usually the way people attempt in vain to get the upper hand. I don't smoke, I don't drink... I don't have a problem with those who do but I don't think that the money made from tax on them is a justifiable excuse to allow them to take the "censored" when it comes to health care later in life. I also certainly don't think it is acceptable for them to just drop their butts wherever they feel like instead of in a bin.[/p][/quote]I don't agree with them throwing cigarette ends on the street either. I do smoke but never outside or in a public place. I even smoke by an open window in my house. Yes, smoking is a bad habit but I also don't drink but it is the way people say it is a disgusting habit. Lots of habits are not pleasant but it's the way people just jump on the bandwagon as far as smoking is concerned. You don't see **** videos or mags in Tesco, Asda etc but cigarettes are widely available. There should not be a stigma attached. It is peoples' right to smoke if they wish. JemBmth
  • Score: 7

5:17pm Wed 4 Jun 14

BmthNewshound says...

A very clear message from Christchurch Council but sadly only a handful of litter louts are ever caught and fined. Its a real shame that Councils don't apply the same determination to deal with litter louts that they apply to handing out parking fines. These fines would help offset the cost of street cleaning and release money for other services such as social care and education.
A very clear message from Christchurch Council but sadly only a handful of litter louts are ever caught and fined. Its a real shame that Councils don't apply the same determination to deal with litter louts that they apply to handing out parking fines. These fines would help offset the cost of street cleaning and release money for other services such as social care and education. BmthNewshound
  • Score: 2

5:32pm Wed 4 Jun 14

60plus says...

Think people are missing the point he did not pay the first fine most probably won't pay this one,bet he doesn't pay road tax either. I smoke and occasional like a drink I have work all my life and don't claim any benefits,so all you people preaching about smokers get a life.
Think people are missing the point he did not pay the first fine most probably won't pay this one,bet he doesn't pay road tax either. I smoke and occasional like a drink I have work all my life and don't claim any benefits,so all you people preaching about smokers get a life. 60plus
  • Score: 3

6:17pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Bournefre says...

I appreciate people shouldn't drop cigarette ends on the ground, but £400 is a lot to fine someone. And it is a £400 fine - if you were sent 2 reminders to pay a £50 water bill you wouldn't expect it to go up to £400 so why should a fine for dropping litter go up so much?
Plus according to the article he was also charged £339 costs and a £40 victim surcharge, which is £779 for dropping a cigarette end - almost a month's salary for a lot of people.

As others have said it always seems to be the easy targets who get fined - hang around in a large group behaving in an intimidating manner and you can drop as much litter as you like because the litter wardens don't want to put them selves at risk. Well that's litter, and litter is litter, so they should be fined. Likewise it seems to be acceptable to drop as much litter as you like when the litter wardens aren't around - a takeaway box is apparently not as much of a problem as a cigarette end if it's dropped by a drunk person at 3am, and unlicensed waste carriers still seem to get away with flytipping on a large scale.
So yes, cigarette ends are a problem, but not as much of a problem as lorryloads of household or business waste dumped in alleyways, or even 'litter louts' wilfully dropping food packaging in the street.
I appreciate people shouldn't drop cigarette ends on the ground, but £400 is a lot to fine someone. And it is a £400 fine - if you were sent 2 reminders to pay a £50 water bill you wouldn't expect it to go up to £400 so why should a fine for dropping litter go up so much? Plus according to the article he was also charged £339 costs and a £40 victim surcharge, which is £779 for dropping a cigarette end - almost a month's salary for a lot of people. As others have said it always seems to be the easy targets who get fined - hang around in a large group behaving in an intimidating manner and you can drop as much litter as you like because the litter wardens don't want to put them selves at risk. Well that's litter, and litter is litter, so they should be fined. Likewise it seems to be acceptable to drop as much litter as you like when the litter wardens aren't around - a takeaway box is apparently not as much of a problem as a cigarette end if it's dropped by a drunk person at 3am, and unlicensed waste carriers still seem to get away with flytipping on a large scale. So yes, cigarette ends are a problem, but not as much of a problem as lorryloads of household or business waste dumped in alleyways, or even 'litter louts' wilfully dropping food packaging in the street. Bournefre
  • Score: 0

6:22pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Dave2207 says...

The council litter-patrol would collect a king's ransom in littering fines by loitering outside any pub and catching the smokers outside. A good idea, as I am quite fed-up of having to pass though their miasma of smoke in order to go for a quiet pint and some pub-grub.
The council litter-patrol would collect a king's ransom in littering fines by loitering outside any pub and catching the smokers outside. A good idea, as I am quite fed-up of having to pass though their miasma of smoke in order to go for a quiet pint and some pub-grub. Dave2207
  • Score: 0

6:53pm Wed 4 Jun 14

ashleycross says...

This news is fantastic. Smokers can't look after themselves and are a burden on the health service. The last thing I want to do is be paying council tax for someone to sweep up after them, lazy whatsits. About time the other councils got a bit of backbone and did the same thing. Poole bus station is a disgusting place for anyone old or young to go with cigarette ends everywhere and smoke blown all over you. come on Poole council. get youract together as I've been asking you to do for years and start fining smokers at the bus station for smoking and littering.
This news is fantastic. Smokers can't look after themselves and are a burden on the health service. The last thing I want to do is be paying council tax for someone to sweep up after them, lazy whatsits. About time the other councils got a bit of backbone and did the same thing. Poole bus station is a disgusting place for anyone old or young to go with cigarette ends everywhere and smoke blown all over you. come on Poole council. get youract together as I've been asking you to do for years and start fining smokers at the bus station for smoking and littering. ashleycross
  • Score: 0

6:56pm Wed 4 Jun 14

ashleycross says...

fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
Get help and make yourself useful fedupwithjobsworth. You have major authority issues and a persecution complex.
[quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]Get help and make yourself useful fedupwithjobsworth. You have major authority issues and a persecution complex. ashleycross
  • Score: -5

7:09pm Wed 4 Jun 14

MMM444 says...

suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x MMM444
  • Score: -5

8:10pm Wed 4 Jun 14

blackdog1 says...

a.g.o.g. wrote:
blackdog1 wrote:
a.g.o.g. wrote:
whatever the crime the punishment must be seen to fit and at that rate we ought be finger-printing each and every rudely discarded piece of rubbish and litter with a dedicated ``Hit Squad`` anti-litter heroes focused on the conurbation making a fortune out of the Weekend Beach & Elsewhere bombers and anyone else who thinks himself another ``Cool Hand Luke``.
What part of the report do you not understand ? £50 was the fine! The rest was for not paying and having to go to court and costs! £50 does fit the crime!
what part of my comment don`t you understand?!
The first part?
[quote][p][bold]a.g.o.g.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blackdog1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]a.g.o.g.[/bold] wrote: whatever the crime the punishment must be seen to fit and at that rate we ought be finger-printing each and every rudely discarded piece of rubbish and litter with a dedicated ``Hit Squad`` anti-litter heroes focused on the conurbation making a fortune out of the Weekend Beach & Elsewhere bombers and anyone else who thinks himself another ``Cool Hand Luke``.[/p][/quote]What part of the report do you not understand ? £50 was the fine! The rest was for not paying and having to go to court and costs! £50 does fit the crime![/p][/quote]what part of my comment don`t you understand?![/p][/quote]The first part? blackdog1
  • Score: 2

10:19pm Wed 4 Jun 14

busman1966 says...

ashleycross wrote:
This news is fantastic. Smokers can't look after themselves and are a burden on the health service. The last thing I want to do is be paying council tax for someone to sweep up after them, lazy whatsits. About time the other councils got a bit of backbone and did the same thing. Poole bus station is a disgusting place for anyone old or young to go with cigarette ends everywhere and smoke blown all over you. come on Poole council. get youract together as I've been asking you to do for years and start fining smokers at the bus station for smoking and littering.
stupid old ****, get a life
[quote][p][bold]ashleycross[/bold] wrote: This news is fantastic. Smokers can't look after themselves and are a burden on the health service. The last thing I want to do is be paying council tax for someone to sweep up after them, lazy whatsits. About time the other councils got a bit of backbone and did the same thing. Poole bus station is a disgusting place for anyone old or young to go with cigarette ends everywhere and smoke blown all over you. come on Poole council. get youract together as I've been asking you to do for years and start fining smokers at the bus station for smoking and littering.[/p][/quote]stupid old ****, get a life busman1966
  • Score: 0

10:20pm Wed 4 Jun 14

fedupwithjobsworths says...

Baysider wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
Baysider wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter.

Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council.

Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering.

Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do.
Not an "ignoramus", litter is a big problem, but dog ends are small fry compared to "take away" trash and rubbish left on our beaches ,,,, all I am saying is that they should deal with the bigger issues first. Also why is it council bashing to query their priorities?
No that wasn't all you said was it?

You said cigarette end were biodegradable - wrong.

You said there wasn't an issue with smoking related litter - wrong again.

You said councils ignore litter elsewhere specifically on the beach - wrong again.
OK dog ends may not be biodegradable ... I stand corrected .... but again I say this is totally insignificant compared with the amount of other litter on our streets and beaches .... all I am saying is that the council should concentrate on the biggest problem areas first.
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter. Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council. Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering. Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do.[/p][/quote]Not an "ignoramus", litter is a big problem, but dog ends are small fry compared to "take away" trash and rubbish left on our beaches ,,,, all I am saying is that they should deal with the bigger issues first. Also why is it council bashing to query their priorities?[/p][/quote]No that wasn't all you said was it? You said cigarette end were biodegradable - wrong. You said there wasn't an issue with smoking related litter - wrong again. You said councils ignore litter elsewhere specifically on the beach - wrong again.[/p][/quote]OK dog ends may not be biodegradable ... I stand corrected .... but again I say this is totally insignificant compared with the amount of other litter on our streets and beaches .... all I am saying is that the council should concentrate on the biggest problem areas first. fedupwithjobsworths
  • Score: 1

10:38pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Dorset Logic says...

ashleycross wrote:
This news is fantastic. Smokers can't look after themselves and are a burden on the health service. The last thing I want to do is be paying council tax for someone to sweep up after them, lazy whatsits. About time the other councils got a bit of backbone and did the same thing. Poole bus station is a disgusting place for anyone old or young to go with cigarette ends everywhere and smoke blown all over you. come on Poole council. get youract together as I've been asking you to do for years and start fining smokers at the bus station for smoking and littering.
I going with,
Tongue in check,
or OCD, which is it?
[quote][p][bold]ashleycross[/bold] wrote: This news is fantastic. Smokers can't look after themselves and are a burden on the health service. The last thing I want to do is be paying council tax for someone to sweep up after them, lazy whatsits. About time the other councils got a bit of backbone and did the same thing. Poole bus station is a disgusting place for anyone old or young to go with cigarette ends everywhere and smoke blown all over you. come on Poole council. get youract together as I've been asking you to do for years and start fining smokers at the bus station for smoking and littering.[/p][/quote]I going with, Tongue in check, or OCD, which is it? Dorset Logic
  • Score: 1

10:39pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Dorset Logic says...

Dave2207 wrote:
The council litter-patrol would collect a king's ransom in littering fines by loitering outside any pub and catching the smokers outside. A good idea, as I am quite fed-up of having to pass though their miasma of smoke in order to go for a quiet pint and some pub-grub.
Once every 2 months
[quote][p][bold]Dave2207[/bold] wrote: The council litter-patrol would collect a king's ransom in littering fines by loitering outside any pub and catching the smokers outside. A good idea, as I am quite fed-up of having to pass though their miasma of smoke in order to go for a quiet pint and some pub-grub.[/p][/quote]Once every 2 months Dorset Logic
  • Score: 0

10:41pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Dorset Logic says...

whataboutthat wrote:
Bigger fine than driving a car pissxd - sense of priorities - way to go Xch.
You're right, but someone said smoking, hell couldn't of been worse if they said cycling,

Can we do Soylent Green on the South Coast now would solve so many moans.
[quote][p][bold]whataboutthat[/bold] wrote: Bigger fine than driving a car pissxd - sense of priorities - way to go Xch.[/p][/quote]You're right, but someone said smoking, hell couldn't of been worse if they said cycling, Can we do Soylent Green on the South Coast now would solve so many moans. Dorset Logic
  • Score: 0

11:38pm Wed 4 Jun 14

wadjit says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
If it's £50 for a fag butt how much is it for a heroin needle? They could probably clear the country's trade deficit with a weekly patrol through Boscombe!! Well, if the fines were ever paid of course, which they obviously won't be.
I've never seen a needle in Boscombe. I live there and i'm sad enough to keep an eye out for them too. I;ve seen plenty in Bournemouth though, from asda car park and onward toward the beach. Usually in car parks. Please do not spout nonsense it does not help anyone.
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: If it's £50 for a fag butt how much is it for a heroin needle? They could probably clear the country's trade deficit with a weekly patrol through Boscombe!! Well, if the fines were ever paid of course, which they obviously won't be.[/p][/quote]I've never seen a needle in Boscombe. I live there and i'm sad enough to keep an eye out for them too. I;ve seen plenty in Bournemouth though, from asda car park and onward toward the beach. Usually in car parks. Please do not spout nonsense it does not help anyone. wadjit
  • Score: 1

12:09am Thu 5 Jun 14

Boscomite says...

The Echo really should get themselves a legal team. You can only publish blatant lies as headlines for so long, before someone take action.
The Echo really should get themselves a legal team. You can only publish blatant lies as headlines for so long, before someone take action. Boscomite
  • Score: 0

12:09am Thu 5 Jun 14

Fuscia67 says...

we-shall-see wrote:
What a pity Poole and Bournemouth don't also prosecute people for littering the streets. There is no need to do it. Take your rubbish home or use the bins!
Walked through Falkland Square this afternoon. Rubbish everywhere-disgustin
g!!
[quote][p][bold]we-shall-see[/bold] wrote: What a pity Poole and Bournemouth don't also prosecute people for littering the streets. There is no need to do it. Take your rubbish home or use the bins![/p][/quote]Walked through Falkland Square this afternoon. Rubbish everywhere-disgustin g!! Fuscia67
  • Score: 3

12:10am Thu 5 Jun 14

Fuscia67 says...

Walked through Falkland Square this afternoon. Rubbish everywhere-disgustin
g!!
Walked through Falkland Square this afternoon. Rubbish everywhere-disgustin g!! Fuscia67
  • Score: 3

4:19am Thu 5 Jun 14

Old Boscombe Lad says...

Typical smoker
Typical smoker Old Boscombe Lad
  • Score: -1

7:12am Thu 5 Jun 14

Baysider says...

fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
Baysider wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
Baysider wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter.

Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council.

Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering.

Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do.
Not an "ignoramus", litter is a big problem, but dog ends are small fry compared to "take away" trash and rubbish left on our beaches ,,,, all I am saying is that they should deal with the bigger issues first. Also why is it council bashing to query their priorities?
No that wasn't all you said was it?

You said cigarette end were biodegradable - wrong.

You said there wasn't an issue with smoking related litter - wrong again.

You said councils ignore litter elsewhere specifically on the beach - wrong again.
OK dog ends may not be biodegradable ... I stand corrected .... but again I say this is totally insignificant compared with the amount of other litter on our streets and beaches .... all I am saying is that the council should concentrate on the biggest problem areas first.
Jeez, you still keeping digging yourself further down. The biggest problem areas is litter on our busiest streets as you pointed out. The bloke threw litter on the street and got fined for it exactly as you suggested. It happened to be a cigarette butt however it could just as easily been a coke can couldn't it? Or are you that thick you think the enforcement officer was told to ignore other litter being thrown and concentrate on smoking litter?

In your usual rush to have a pop at the public sector you've basically made yourself look a bit of an idiot haven't you?
[quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter. Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council. Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering. Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do.[/p][/quote]Not an "ignoramus", litter is a big problem, but dog ends are small fry compared to "take away" trash and rubbish left on our beaches ,,,, all I am saying is that they should deal with the bigger issues first. Also why is it council bashing to query their priorities?[/p][/quote]No that wasn't all you said was it? You said cigarette end were biodegradable - wrong. You said there wasn't an issue with smoking related litter - wrong again. You said councils ignore litter elsewhere specifically on the beach - wrong again.[/p][/quote]OK dog ends may not be biodegradable ... I stand corrected .... but again I say this is totally insignificant compared with the amount of other litter on our streets and beaches .... all I am saying is that the council should concentrate on the biggest problem areas first.[/p][/quote]Jeez, you still keeping digging yourself further down. The biggest problem areas is litter on our busiest streets as you pointed out. The bloke threw litter on the street and got fined for it exactly as you suggested. It happened to be a cigarette butt however it could just as easily been a coke can couldn't it? Or are you that thick you think the enforcement officer was told to ignore other litter being thrown and concentrate on smoking litter? In your usual rush to have a pop at the public sector you've basically made yourself look a bit of an idiot haven't you? Baysider
  • Score: 2

8:31am Thu 5 Jun 14

Stereotyped says...

JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Good, filthy habit anyway.
Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?
I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding




, alcohol is not good for that.

I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out.

The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...
I wasn't trying to catch anyone out. Perhaps I hit a raw nerve.
Not at all. Was just the way you ended your post with a question about what you just mentioned... Usually the way people attempt in vain to get the upper hand.

I don't smoke, I don't drink... I don't have a problem with those who do but I don't think that the money made from tax on them is a justifiable excuse to allow them to take the "censored" when it comes to health care later in life.

I also certainly don't think it is acceptable for them to just drop their butts wherever they feel like instead of in a bin.
I don't agree with them throwing cigarette ends on the street either. I do smoke but never outside or in a public place. I even smoke by an open window in my house. Yes, smoking is a bad habit but I also don't drink but it is the way people say it is a disgusting habit. Lots of habits are not pleasant but it's the way people just jump on the bandwagon as far as smoking is concerned. You don't see **** videos or mags in Tesco, Asda etc but cigarettes are widely available. There should not be a stigma attached. It is peoples' right to smoke if they wish.
"It is peoples' right to smoke if they wish."

It is also peoples' right to have an opinion and be allowed to voice it.

How can you say it isn't a dirty habit? Smoke in the air for others to have to breath in...your lungs turn black...your blood gets full of toxins which are harmful to you...you end up coughing...more than likely some sort of respiratory illness later in life...

Oh, and then drop the butts on the floor.
[quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: Good, filthy habit anyway.[/p][/quote]Hey, it may be a filthy habit but they pay a lot of tax. Suggest some other ways the Government would use to get that tax. Bet you wouldn't like it. Do you drink BTW?[/p][/quote]I don't drink actually, no. I am into my fitness/bodybuilding , alcohol is not good for that. I'm so sorry to disappoint you in your attempt to catch me out. The money raised on tax for tobacco etc probably doesn't even cover the medical bill at the other end when it comes to health issues, lung cancer, throat cancer etc...[/p][/quote]I wasn't trying to catch anyone out. Perhaps I hit a raw nerve.[/p][/quote]Not at all. Was just the way you ended your post with a question about what you just mentioned... Usually the way people attempt in vain to get the upper hand. I don't smoke, I don't drink... I don't have a problem with those who do but I don't think that the money made from tax on them is a justifiable excuse to allow them to take the "censored" when it comes to health care later in life. I also certainly don't think it is acceptable for them to just drop their butts wherever they feel like instead of in a bin.[/p][/quote]I don't agree with them throwing cigarette ends on the street either. I do smoke but never outside or in a public place. I even smoke by an open window in my house. Yes, smoking is a bad habit but I also don't drink but it is the way people say it is a disgusting habit. Lots of habits are not pleasant but it's the way people just jump on the bandwagon as far as smoking is concerned. You don't see **** videos or mags in Tesco, Asda etc but cigarettes are widely available. There should not be a stigma attached. It is peoples' right to smoke if they wish.[/p][/quote]"It is peoples' right to smoke if they wish." It is also peoples' right to have an opinion and be allowed to voice it. How can you say it isn't a dirty habit? Smoke in the air for others to have to breath in...your lungs turn black...your blood gets full of toxins which are harmful to you...you end up coughing...more than likely some sort of respiratory illness later in life... Oh, and then drop the butts on the floor. Stereotyped
  • Score: 0

9:20am Thu 5 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

wadjit wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
If it's £50 for a fag butt how much is it for a heroin needle? They could probably clear the country's trade deficit with a weekly patrol through Boscombe!! Well, if the fines were ever paid of course, which they obviously won't be.
I've never seen a needle in Boscombe. I live there and i'm sad enough to keep an eye out for them too. I;ve seen plenty in Bournemouth though, from asda car park and onward toward the beach. Usually in car parks. Please do not spout nonsense it does not help anyone.
haha - someone call the sense of humour police. If wanting to keep it factually accurate, Boscombe has been a shithole since the late 80s and now Bournemouth town centre has followed suit. Such a shame seeing what it has become when i visit these days.
[quote][p][bold]wadjit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: If it's £50 for a fag butt how much is it for a heroin needle? They could probably clear the country's trade deficit with a weekly patrol through Boscombe!! Well, if the fines were ever paid of course, which they obviously won't be.[/p][/quote]I've never seen a needle in Boscombe. I live there and i'm sad enough to keep an eye out for them too. I;ve seen plenty in Bournemouth though, from asda car park and onward toward the beach. Usually in car parks. Please do not spout nonsense it does not help anyone.[/p][/quote]haha - someone call the sense of humour police. If wanting to keep it factually accurate, Boscombe has been a shithole since the late 80s and now Bournemouth town centre has followed suit. Such a shame seeing what it has become when i visit these days. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: 0

9:24am Thu 5 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this? Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: 0

9:46am Thu 5 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

Baysider wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
Baysider wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
Baysider wrote:
fedupwithjobsworths wrote:
So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight!
Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter.

Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council.

Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering.

Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do.
Not an "ignoramus", litter is a big problem, but dog ends are small fry compared to "take away" trash and rubbish left on our beaches ,,,, all I am saying is that they should deal with the bigger issues first. Also why is it council bashing to query their priorities?
No that wasn't all you said was it?

You said cigarette end were biodegradable - wrong.

You said there wasn't an issue with smoking related litter - wrong again.

You said councils ignore litter elsewhere specifically on the beach - wrong again.
OK dog ends may not be biodegradable ... I stand corrected .... but again I say this is totally insignificant compared with the amount of other litter on our streets and beaches .... all I am saying is that the council should concentrate on the biggest problem areas first.
Jeez, you still keeping digging yourself further down. The biggest problem areas is litter on our busiest streets as you pointed out. The bloke threw litter on the street and got fined for it exactly as you suggested. It happened to be a cigarette butt however it could just as easily been a coke can couldn't it? Or are you that thick you think the enforcement officer was told to ignore other litter being thrown and concentrate on smoking litter?

In your usual rush to have a pop at the public sector you've basically made yourself look a bit of an idiot haven't you?
To be fair, unless you were there when it happened then I don't see how you can comment either! How do you know that the officer didn't ignore other incidents when fining Vlad. Seen plenty of occasions where people have been fined/arrested with others getting away with worse in the same place at the same time. I happen to understand where they are coming from. There's varying degrees of littering. Dumping a bin liner full of rubbish is worse than a fag butt. But let's face it, they won't fine everyone who drops a take away carton on the floor over a weekend. Far too much work. So just do the odd random smoker and hope it makes the news. I'd rather these officers concentrated on serious crime personally. Every time I look at the Echo someone has been murdered or sexually/violently attacked. What has Bmth become?
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwithjobsworths[/bold] wrote: So there you have it, next time throw your your biodegradable dog end in a litter bin and cause a fire. Typical of our Councils to concentrate their efforts solving problems that don't exist and ignoring those which do. ........ take a look at all the litter left on our beaches ...... not a jobsworth in sight![/p][/quote]Here we go, first ignoramus of the day. Firstly, cigarette butts are NOT biodegradable. They are little bits of plastic that take years to break down, all the while leaching out the toxic chemicals back into the water course they inevitable end up in if thrown into a gutter. Secondly, the amount of littering caused by smokers every day is staggering and runs to 100's of tonnes left on our streets EVERY day. I'd say it was important to address that even if you would rather criticise the council. Thirdly, the councils around here all spend a lot if time, money and effort keeping our beaches clean, educating the public and DO tackle people they see littering. Frankly, rather than blame the 'jobsworths', great attitude btw, why not make their job easier and our environment better by not throwing your litter around and challenging those that do.[/p][/quote]Not an "ignoramus", litter is a big problem, but dog ends are small fry compared to "take away" trash and rubbish left on our beaches ,,,, all I am saying is that they should deal with the bigger issues first. Also why is it council bashing to query their priorities?[/p][/quote]No that wasn't all you said was it? You said cigarette end were biodegradable - wrong. You said there wasn't an issue with smoking related litter - wrong again. You said councils ignore litter elsewhere specifically on the beach - wrong again.[/p][/quote]OK dog ends may not be biodegradable ... I stand corrected .... but again I say this is totally insignificant compared with the amount of other litter on our streets and beaches .... all I am saying is that the council should concentrate on the biggest problem areas first.[/p][/quote]Jeez, you still keeping digging yourself further down. The biggest problem areas is litter on our busiest streets as you pointed out. The bloke threw litter on the street and got fined for it exactly as you suggested. It happened to be a cigarette butt however it could just as easily been a coke can couldn't it? Or are you that thick you think the enforcement officer was told to ignore other litter being thrown and concentrate on smoking litter? In your usual rush to have a pop at the public sector you've basically made yourself look a bit of an idiot haven't you?[/p][/quote]To be fair, unless you were there when it happened then I don't see how you can comment either! How do you know that the officer didn't ignore other incidents when fining Vlad. Seen plenty of occasions where people have been fined/arrested with others getting away with worse in the same place at the same time. I happen to understand where they are coming from. There's varying degrees of littering. Dumping a bin liner full of rubbish is worse than a fag butt. But let's face it, they won't fine everyone who drops a take away carton on the floor over a weekend. Far too much work. So just do the odd random smoker and hope it makes the news. I'd rather these officers concentrated on serious crime personally. Every time I look at the Echo someone has been murdered or sexually/violently attacked. What has Bmth become? Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: 0

10:19am Thu 5 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
[quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind! suzigirl
  • Score: 0

10:52am Thu 5 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
wadjit wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
If it's £50 for a fag butt how much is it for a heroin needle? They could probably clear the country's trade deficit with a weekly patrol through Boscombe!! Well, if the fines were ever paid of course, which they obviously won't be.
I've never seen a needle in Boscombe. I live there and i'm sad enough to keep an eye out for them too. I;ve seen plenty in Bournemouth though, from asda car park and onward toward the beach. Usually in car parks. Please do not spout nonsense it does not help anyone.
haha - someone call the sense of humour police. If wanting to keep it factually accurate, Boscombe has been a shithole since the late 80s and now Bournemouth town centre has followed suit. Such a shame seeing what it has become when i visit these days.
Never seen a needle in Boscombe? Have they implemented a carpet of hay there now to hide them?
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wadjit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: If it's £50 for a fag butt how much is it for a heroin needle? They could probably clear the country's trade deficit with a weekly patrol through Boscombe!! Well, if the fines were ever paid of course, which they obviously won't be.[/p][/quote]I've never seen a needle in Boscombe. I live there and i'm sad enough to keep an eye out for them too. I;ve seen plenty in Bournemouth though, from asda car park and onward toward the beach. Usually in car parks. Please do not spout nonsense it does not help anyone.[/p][/quote]haha - someone call the sense of humour police. If wanting to keep it factually accurate, Boscombe has been a shithole since the late 80s and now Bournemouth town centre has followed suit. Such a shame seeing what it has become when i visit these days.[/p][/quote]Never seen a needle in Boscombe? Have they implemented a carpet of hay there now to hide them? bogtrotter
  • Score: 1

11:35am Thu 5 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444

check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance? Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: 0

12:18pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444

check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!!

ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all? Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: 3

12:56pm Thu 5 Jun 14

stevobath says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker stevobath
  • Score: 0

1:07pm Thu 5 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
You're obviously quite bright. If he didn't pay £50, why will he pay £779?
[quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker[/p][/quote]You're obviously quite bright. If he didn't pay £50, why will he pay £779? bogtrotter
  • Score: 4

1:29pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine?
It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.
[quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker[/p][/quote]No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine? It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: 2

1:36pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Stereotyped says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444

check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!!

ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot.

It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile.

It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads... Stereotyped
  • Score: 1

1:51pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444

check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!!

ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot.

It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile.

It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
No sh1t Sherlock

Point was if her husband owns that bike then I would bet my life that he breaks the law on the road. Therefore bringing up the law with regards to the dispersal of a cigarette butt from a car was a bit rich.
[quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]No sh1t Sherlock Point was if her husband owns that bike then I would bet my life that he breaks the law on the road. Therefore bringing up the law with regards to the dispersal of a cigarette butt from a car was a bit rich. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -6

2:16pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Stereotyped says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444

check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!!

ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot.

It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile.

It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
No sh1t Sherlock

Point was if her husband owns that bike then I would bet my life that he breaks the law on the road. Therefore bringing up the law with regards to the dispersal of a cigarette butt from a car was a bit rich.
I bet your car is capable of exceeding set speed limits and accelerating at a reasonably fair pace, even if it isn't a "sports" car...

Your point it what exactly?

Just because the vehicle could exceed those limits, doesn't mean you have to, does it? Ever heard of enthusiast? Most of which go to things called "track days" so they can use their prides and joy to their full advantage.
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]No sh1t Sherlock Point was if her husband owns that bike then I would bet my life that he breaks the law on the road. Therefore bringing up the law with regards to the dispersal of a cigarette butt from a car was a bit rich.[/p][/quote]I bet your car is capable of exceeding set speed limits and accelerating at a reasonably fair pace, even if it isn't a "sports" car... Your point it what exactly? Just because the vehicle could exceed those limits, doesn't mean you have to, does it? Ever heard of enthusiast? Most of which go to things called "track days" so they can use their prides and joy to their full advantage. Stereotyped
  • Score: 2

2:21pm Thu 5 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444

check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!!

ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot.

It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile.

It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Can you tell me the strength of the head wind?
[quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Can you tell me the strength of the head wind? bogtrotter
  • Score: 0

2:45pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444

check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!!

ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot.

It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile.

It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
No sh1t Sherlock

Point was if her husband owns that bike then I would bet my life that he breaks the law on the road. Therefore bringing up the law with regards to the dispersal of a cigarette butt from a car was a bit rich.
I bet your car is capable of exceeding set speed limits and accelerating at a reasonably fair pace, even if it isn't a "sports" car...

Your point it what exactly?

Just because the vehicle could exceed those limits, doesn't mean you have to, does it? Ever heard of enthusiast? Most of which go to things called "track days" so they can use their prides and joy to their full advantage.
yes, my car does. And strictly speaking I break the law pretty much every time I drive. As I'm sure does Mr. Suzi, and good luck to him. Fair enough to have a go at people lobbing stuff out of car windows but to bleat on about breaking the law ... zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
[quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]No sh1t Sherlock Point was if her husband owns that bike then I would bet my life that he breaks the law on the road. Therefore bringing up the law with regards to the dispersal of a cigarette butt from a car was a bit rich.[/p][/quote]I bet your car is capable of exceeding set speed limits and accelerating at a reasonably fair pace, even if it isn't a "sports" car... Your point it what exactly? Just because the vehicle could exceed those limits, doesn't mean you have to, does it? Ever heard of enthusiast? Most of which go to things called "track days" so they can use their prides and joy to their full advantage.[/p][/quote]yes, my car does. And strictly speaking I break the law pretty much every time I drive. As I'm sure does Mr. Suzi, and good luck to him. Fair enough to have a go at people lobbing stuff out of car windows but to bleat on about breaking the law ... zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -2

4:57pm Thu 5 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

Isn't the MV Agusta F4 R312 the fastest production bike? My mate beat a ZZZ1400 on a closed track race whilst me and boys flicked fags at them.
Isn't the MV Agusta F4 R312 the fastest production bike? My mate beat a ZZZ1400 on a closed track race whilst me and boys flicked fags at them. bogtrotter
  • Score: 1

5:02pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

bogtrotter wrote:
Isn't the MV Agusta F4 R312 the fastest production bike? My mate beat a ZZZ1400 on a closed track race whilst me and boys flicked fags at them.
Was stereotyped there too? ... he's a regular at the closed track
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: Isn't the MV Agusta F4 R312 the fastest production bike? My mate beat a ZZZ1400 on a closed track race whilst me and boys flicked fags at them.[/p][/quote]Was stereotyped there too? ... he's a regular at the closed track Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

6:59pm Thu 5 Jun 14

scrumpyjack says...

bogtrotter wrote:
Isn't the MV Agusta F4 R312 the fastest production bike? My mate beat a ZZZ1400 on a closed track race whilst me and boys flicked fags at them.
PMSL.
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: Isn't the MV Agusta F4 R312 the fastest production bike? My mate beat a ZZZ1400 on a closed track race whilst me and boys flicked fags at them.[/p][/quote]PMSL. scrumpyjack
  • Score: 0

9:23pm Thu 5 Jun 14

stevobath says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine?
It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.
Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious.

I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name?

I'm a clown & your still a *anker
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker[/p][/quote]No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine? It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.[/p][/quote]Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious. I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name? I'm a clown & your still a *anker stevobath
  • Score: -1

11:18pm Thu 5 Jun 14

sprintervanman says...

Dorset Logic wrote:
Sources say, that this man has been known to dabble in cycling.
you actually made a good point there.Will the authorities be taking such a hard line against motorists who find it funny to flick their fag end at a cyclist especially in the New Forrest only to go on to cause a Heath Fire resulting in a bill in the hundreds of 1000's to put out and then leaving nature a 100 years to recover from that one action.
[quote][p][bold]Dorset Logic[/bold] wrote: Sources say, that this man has been known to dabble in cycling.[/p][/quote]you actually made a good point there.Will the authorities be taking such a hard line against motorists who find it funny to flick their fag end at a cyclist especially in the New Forrest only to go on to cause a Heath Fire resulting in a bill in the hundreds of 1000's to put out and then leaving nature a 100 years to recover from that one action. sprintervanman
  • Score: 0

1:10am Fri 6 Jun 14

tomwwr says...

speedy231278 wrote:
I bet Bournemouth council didn't fine their chums S+D Leisure for the amount of crap they left all over the Square when they moved their car boot sale-esque tat away after the Wheels Festival....
S&D are fined by the council if pier approach or the square is directly littered by there activities. But the company are often there till 2or3am cleaning up after events leaving only the bins and gardens and they are the councils agreement
[quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: I bet Bournemouth council didn't fine their chums S+D Leisure for the amount of crap they left all over the Square when they moved their car boot sale-esque tat away after the Wheels Festival....[/p][/quote]S&D are fined by the council if pier approach or the square is directly littered by there activities. But the company are often there till 2or3am cleaning up after events leaving only the bins and gardens and they are the councils agreement tomwwr
  • Score: -1

9:24am Fri 6 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine?
It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.
Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious.

I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name?

I'm a clown & your still a *anker
of course he'll get jailed. Clown
[quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker[/p][/quote]No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine? It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.[/p][/quote]Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious. I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name? I'm a clown & your still a *anker[/p][/quote]of course he'll get jailed. Clown Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

9:25am Fri 6 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine?
It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.
Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious.

I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name?

I'm a clown & your still a *anker
and it's 'you're'. If YOU'RE going to abuse people at least be literate. Clown
[quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker[/p][/quote]No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine? It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.[/p][/quote]Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious. I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name? I'm a clown & your still a *anker[/p][/quote]and it's 'you're'. If YOU'RE going to abuse people at least be literate. Clown Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

9:45am Fri 6 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine?
It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.
Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious.

I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name?

I'm a clown & your still a *anker
and it's 'you're'. If YOU'RE going to abuse people at least be literate. Clown
Spelt **** wrong as well
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker[/p][/quote]No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine? It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.[/p][/quote]Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious. I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name? I'm a clown & your still a *anker[/p][/quote]and it's 'you're'. If YOU'RE going to abuse people at least be literate. Clown[/p][/quote]Spelt **** wrong as well bogtrotter
  • Score: -1

9:49am Fri 6 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine?
It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.
Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious.

I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name?

I'm a clown & your still a *anker
You honestly believe that if he doesn't pay the new fine he'll go to jail? It's not monopoly.
[quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker[/p][/quote]No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine? It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.[/p][/quote]Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious. I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name? I'm a clown & your still a *anker[/p][/quote]You honestly believe that if he doesn't pay the new fine he'll go to jail? It's not monopoly. bogtrotter
  • Score: -1

10:15am Fri 6 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

bogtrotter wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine?
It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.
Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious.

I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name?

I'm a clown & your still a *anker
You honestly believe that if he doesn't pay the new fine he'll go to jail? It's not monopoly.
Can't smoke in prison cell - breach of Human Rights
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker[/p][/quote]No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine? It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.[/p][/quote]Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious. I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name? I'm a clown & your still a *anker[/p][/quote]You honestly believe that if he doesn't pay the new fine he'll go to jail? It's not monopoly.[/p][/quote]Can't smoke in prison cell - breach of Human Rights Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

10:19am Fri 6 Jun 14

Dorset Logic says...

May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things.

Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method.

I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants.

Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights.

Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful).

Yours
Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)
May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things. Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method. I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants. Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights. Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful). Yours Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc) Dorset Logic
  • Score: 0

11:53am Fri 6 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

Dorset Logic wrote:
May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things.

Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method.

I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants.

Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights.

Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful).

Yours
Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)
You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content.
[quote][p][bold]Dorset Logic[/bold] wrote: May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things. Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method. I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants. Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights. Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful). Yours Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)[/p][/quote]You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content. bogtrotter
  • Score: 0

12:16pm Fri 6 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
bogtrotter wrote: Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is.
Put it in your pocket and dispose of it later!
So again, my point being, why should I pay council tax for unusable facilities? Using your suggestion I would not only potentially damage my legwear, paid for with my hard earned, by I could also endanger the crown jewels.
Probably not as much damage as smoking is to your health!
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: Same thing happened to me in London. I was near to a cigarette dispenser but it was on fire and there a was a bin nearby that was overloaded and spilling out. What should you do in that instance, litter or arson? Council need to play their part ensuring such things are checked regularly if smoking in public is legal, which it is.[/p][/quote]Put it in your pocket and dispose of it later![/p][/quote]So again, my point being, why should I pay council tax for unusable facilities? Using your suggestion I would not only potentially damage my legwear, paid for with my hard earned, by I could also endanger the crown jewels.[/p][/quote]Probably not as much damage as smoking is to your health! suzigirl
  • Score: -1

12:16pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

bogtrotter wrote:
Dorset Logic wrote:
May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things.

Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method.

I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants.

Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights.

Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful).

Yours
Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)
You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content.
I hereby fine all bad grammar posters on here £50. This is payable within two weeks to my account. Failure to pay will result in a needless court case. Expect the victims' costs to be substantially higher if so as it's a tenner to every grammatically correct poster having to put up with reading this shoddiness.
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dorset Logic[/bold] wrote: May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things. Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method. I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants. Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights. Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful). Yours Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)[/p][/quote]You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content.[/p][/quote]I hereby fine all bad grammar posters on here £50. This is payable within two weeks to my account. Failure to pay will result in a needless court case. Expect the victims' costs to be substantially higher if so as it's a tenner to every grammatically correct poster having to put up with reading this shoddiness. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

12:24pm Fri 6 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
Totally wrong - fastest speed 145 mph and wrong again on breaking the law as it was done at a NSA (National Sprint Association) meeting FACT. Just look up on the web Kawasaki ZZR1400 - so I would be happy if you and MMM444 would now button it because you do not know what you are talking about........end of!
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]Totally wrong - fastest speed 145 mph and wrong again on breaking the law as it was done at a NSA (National Sprint Association) meeting FACT. Just look up on the web Kawasaki ZZR1400 - so I would be happy if you and MMM444 would now button it because you do not know what you are talking about........end of! suzigirl
  • Score: -2

12:32pm Fri 6 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about!
[quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about! suzigirl
  • Score: 0

12:32pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
Totally wrong - fastest speed 145 mph and wrong again on breaking the law as it was done at a NSA (National Sprint Association) meeting FACT. Just look up on the web Kawasaki ZZR1400 - so I would be happy if you and MMM444 would now button it because you do not know what you are talking about........end of!
So you believe your husband owns a high end motorbike and never goes over the national speed limit?
Hahahahaha. Got to love a gullible woman. I thought they were a dying breed.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]Totally wrong - fastest speed 145 mph and wrong again on breaking the law as it was done at a NSA (National Sprint Association) meeting FACT. Just look up on the web Kawasaki ZZR1400 - so I would be happy if you and MMM444 would now button it because you do not know what you are talking about........end of![/p][/quote]So you believe your husband owns a high end motorbike and never goes over the national speed limit? Hahahahaha. Got to love a gullible woman. I thought they were a dying breed. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -2

12:33pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

suzigirl wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about!
ps, put the lunch on, i'm just off for a couple of beers in the sun.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about![/p][/quote]ps, put the lunch on, i'm just off for a couple of beers in the sun. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

12:38pm Fri 6 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

suzigirl wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about!
Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about![/p][/quote]Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400? bogtrotter
  • Score: -2

12:42pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about!
Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?
It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about![/p][/quote]Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?[/p][/quote]It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

4:57pm Fri 6 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about!
Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?
It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too
Saw it with my very own eyes - the 10.29 secs that is and as for the biggest in the showers as he says "you would not want it on the end of your nose as a wart" LOL! Now you irritating little man go away and stop harassing me - I will be down on the Quay on Sunday if you would like to meet my husband to ask him about his bits - but on second thoughts best you don't............
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about![/p][/quote]Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?[/p][/quote]It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too[/p][/quote]Saw it with my very own eyes - the 10.29 secs that is and as for the biggest in the showers as he says "you would not want it on the end of your nose as a wart" LOL! Now you irritating little man go away and stop harassing me - I will be down on the Quay on Sunday if you would like to meet my husband to ask him about his bits - but on second thoughts best you don't............ suzigirl
  • Score: -1

5:23pm Fri 6 Jun 14

MMM444 says...

What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked MMM444
  • Score: 1

7:00pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Dorset Logic says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
Dorset Logic wrote:
May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things.

Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method.

I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants.

Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights.

Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful).

Yours
Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)
You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content.
I hereby fine all bad grammar posters on here £50. This is payable within two weeks to my account. Failure to pay will result in a needless court case. Expect the victims' costs to be substantially higher if so as it's a tenner to every grammatically correct poster having to put up with reading this shoddiness.
Your Check is in the post.

Two there for you
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dorset Logic[/bold] wrote: May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things. Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method. I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants. Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights. Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful). Yours Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)[/p][/quote]You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content.[/p][/quote]I hereby fine all bad grammar posters on here £50. This is payable within two weeks to my account. Failure to pay will result in a needless court case. Expect the victims' costs to be substantially higher if so as it's a tenner to every grammatically correct poster having to put up with reading this shoddiness.[/p][/quote]Your Check is in the post. Two there for you Dorset Logic
  • Score: -1

8:35pm Fri 6 Jun 14

stevobath says...

bogtrotter wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine?
It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.
Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious.

I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name?

I'm a clown & your still a *anker
You honestly believe that if he doesn't pay the new fine he'll go to jail? It's not monopoly.
No it's not 'Monopoly' it's real World.

People do go to prison for non payment of fines on a daily basis.

If you think otherwise you're deluded.



What do you think they do if you refuse to pay?

Do you think they just let you off eventually?

Keep a roll of Andrex with you, so you can wipe your mouth, as it must be leaking **** on a daily basis?

There's an 'imagined reality' that certain ECHO commenters believe in & the REAL WORLD.... If he carries on ignoring his fine HE WILL GET IMPRISONED.
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker[/p][/quote]No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine? It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.[/p][/quote]Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious. I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name? I'm a clown & your still a *anker[/p][/quote]You honestly believe that if he doesn't pay the new fine he'll go to jail? It's not monopoly.[/p][/quote]No it's not 'Monopoly' it's real World. People do go to prison for non payment of fines on a daily basis. If you think otherwise you're deluded. What do you think they do if you refuse to pay? Do you think they just let you off eventually? Keep a roll of Andrex with you, so you can wipe your mouth, as it must be leaking **** on a daily basis? There's an 'imagined reality' that certain ECHO commenters believe in & the REAL WORLD.... If he carries on ignoring his fine HE WILL GET IMPRISONED. stevobath
  • Score: -1

10:20pm Sun 8 Jun 14

golfer33 says...

MrPitiful wrote:
Dropping fag ends or any kind of litter isn't nice for others and it does need to be managed in some way. Especially with the attitude of a lot of people today which seems to be " Let somebody else clean it up - that's what they're paid for".

With this story, it must be noted though that he was actually fined the standard £50 not £400 as the headline suggests - the higher amount is through him not paying the initial fine in the first place. I am sure this happens with parking & speeding fines etc.

It would be interesting to see these "Civil Enforcement" officers do a patrol of the town centres at night or the beaches during the summer. They would make a fortune not just with ciggy butts but also discarded nappies, burger cartons, cans, bottles, etc.

That's what we pay them for isn't it?
just shows what type of morons live in england.
a bunch of fat, beer swilling chip eating people. no regards about anything but them seives. Britain got talent. really. where.?
its become the shitehole of europe.
[quote][p][bold]MrPitiful[/bold] wrote: Dropping fag ends or any kind of litter isn't nice for others and it does need to be managed in some way. Especially with the attitude of a lot of people today which seems to be " Let somebody else clean it up - that's what they're paid for". With this story, it must be noted though that he was actually fined the standard £50 not £400 as the headline suggests - the higher amount is through him not paying the initial fine in the first place. I am sure this happens with parking & speeding fines etc. It would be interesting to see these "Civil Enforcement" officers do a patrol of the town centres at night or the beaches during the summer. They would make a fortune not just with ciggy butts but also discarded nappies, burger cartons, cans, bottles, etc. That's what we pay them for isn't it?[/p][/quote]just shows what type of morons live in england. a bunch of fat, beer swilling chip eating people. no regards about anything but them seives. Britain got talent. really. where.? its become the shitehole of europe. golfer33
  • Score: -1

10:31pm Sun 8 Jun 14

golfer33 says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about!
ps, put the lunch on, i'm just off for a couple of beers in the sun.
you will be having a fight in the car park, as we all know brits cant handle their drink. so i guess we can put a hold on lunch, maybe you can buy some greasy chips.on the way home from the gutter.
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about![/p][/quote]ps, put the lunch on, i'm just off for a couple of beers in the sun.[/p][/quote]you will be having a fight in the car park, as we all know brits cant handle their drink. so i guess we can put a hold on lunch, maybe you can buy some greasy chips.on the way home from the gutter. golfer33
  • Score: -1

9:32am Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about!
Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?
It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too
Saw it with my very own eyes - the 10.29 secs that is and as for the biggest in the showers as he says "you would not want it on the end of your nose as a wart" LOL! Now you irritating little man go away and stop harassing me - I will be down on the Quay on Sunday if you would like to meet my husband to ask him about his bits - but on second thoughts best you don't............
wasn't disputing how fast his death trap can go. Was disputing the fact that he never goes over the national speed limit. And as mentioned earlier, I moved away from Bournemouth in 2000 when it had become a total sh1thole.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about![/p][/quote]Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?[/p][/quote]It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too[/p][/quote]Saw it with my very own eyes - the 10.29 secs that is and as for the biggest in the showers as he says "you would not want it on the end of your nose as a wart" LOL! Now you irritating little man go away and stop harassing me - I will be down on the Quay on Sunday if you would like to meet my husband to ask him about his bits - but on second thoughts best you don't............[/p][/quote]wasn't disputing how fast his death trap can go. Was disputing the fact that he never goes over the national speed limit. And as mentioned earlier, I moved away from Bournemouth in 2000 when it had become a total sh1thole. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: 1

9:32am Mon 9 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

MMM444 wrote:
What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Don't smoke mate I will be done the Quay on one of our many motorcycles after a nice leisurely ride around Dorset with our fellow sports bike riders enjoying snippets of our lovely Dorset countryside. The Quay is a lovely place and I am sure there is enough room for you and your mobility scooter if you can get your nose out of your *rse that is..........
[quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Don't smoke mate I will be done the Quay on one of our many motorcycles after a nice leisurely ride around Dorset with our fellow sports bike riders enjoying snippets of our lovely Dorset countryside. The Quay is a lovely place and I am sure there is enough room for you and your mobility scooter if you can get your nose out of your *rse that is.......... suzigirl
  • Score: -1

9:33am Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about!
Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?
It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too
Saw it with my very own eyes - the 10.29 secs that is and as for the biggest in the showers as he says "you would not want it on the end of your nose as a wart" LOL! Now you irritating little man go away and stop harassing me - I will be down on the Quay on Sunday if you would like to meet my husband to ask him about his bits - but on second thoughts best you don't............
wasn't disputing how fast his death trap can go. Was disputing the fact that he never goes over the national speed limit. And as mentioned earlier, I moved away from Bournemouth in 2000 when it had become a total sh1thole.
Therefore don't fancy a trip to Poole Quay for a Sunday, which of course has always been a khazi.
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about![/p][/quote]Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?[/p][/quote]It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too[/p][/quote]Saw it with my very own eyes - the 10.29 secs that is and as for the biggest in the showers as he says "you would not want it on the end of your nose as a wart" LOL! Now you irritating little man go away and stop harassing me - I will be down on the Quay on Sunday if you would like to meet my husband to ask him about his bits - but on second thoughts best you don't............[/p][/quote]wasn't disputing how fast his death trap can go. Was disputing the fact that he never goes over the national speed limit. And as mentioned earlier, I moved away from Bournemouth in 2000 when it had become a total sh1thole.[/p][/quote]Therefore don't fancy a trip to Poole Quay for a Sunday, which of course has always been a khazi. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

9:35am Mon 9 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about!
Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?
It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too
Saw it with my very own eyes - the 10.29 secs that is and as for the biggest in the showers as he says "you would not want it on the end of your nose as a wart" LOL! Now you irritating little man go away and stop harassing me - I will be down on the Quay on Sunday if you would like to meet my husband to ask him about his bits - but on second thoughts best you don't............
wasn't disputing how fast his death trap can go. Was disputing the fact that he never goes over the national speed limit. And as mentioned earlier, I moved away from Bournemouth in 2000 when it had become a total sh1thole.
I am sure Bournemouth was quite happy to see you go. You are not in a little establishment near Crowthorne are you?
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about![/p][/quote]Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?[/p][/quote]It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too[/p][/quote]Saw it with my very own eyes - the 10.29 secs that is and as for the biggest in the showers as he says "you would not want it on the end of your nose as a wart" LOL! Now you irritating little man go away and stop harassing me - I will be down on the Quay on Sunday if you would like to meet my husband to ask him about his bits - but on second thoughts best you don't............[/p][/quote]wasn't disputing how fast his death trap can go. Was disputing the fact that he never goes over the national speed limit. And as mentioned earlier, I moved away from Bournemouth in 2000 when it had become a total sh1thole.[/p][/quote]I am sure Bournemouth was quite happy to see you go. You are not in a little establishment near Crowthorne are you? suzigirl
  • Score: -1

9:36am Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

golfer33 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about!
ps, put the lunch on, i'm just off for a couple of beers in the sun.
you will be having a fight in the car park, as we all know brits cant handle their drink. so i guess we can put a hold on lunch, maybe you can buy some greasy chips.on the way home from the gutter.
Let me help you with some English lessons. The word 'couple' means two. Now i'm not sure what it's like where you come from but two beers does not make you crawl around a gutter, desperately seeking greasy chips.
[quote][p][bold]golfer33[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about![/p][/quote]ps, put the lunch on, i'm just off for a couple of beers in the sun.[/p][/quote]you will be having a fight in the car park, as we all know brits cant handle their drink. so i guess we can put a hold on lunch, maybe you can buy some greasy chips.on the way home from the gutter.[/p][/quote]Let me help you with some English lessons. The word 'couple' means two. Now i'm not sure what it's like where you come from but two beers does not make you crawl around a gutter, desperately seeking greasy chips. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

9:38am Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

Dorset Logic wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
Dorset Logic wrote:
May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things.

Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method.

I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants.

Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights.

Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful).

Yours
Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)
You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content.
I hereby fine all bad grammar posters on here £50. This is payable within two weeks to my account. Failure to pay will result in a needless court case. Expect the victims' costs to be substantially higher if so as it's a tenner to every grammatically correct poster having to put up with reading this shoddiness.
Your Check is in the post.

Two there for you
only one surely? 'cheque' for 'check? I'll let you off the capitalisation of the 'C'
[quote][p][bold]Dorset Logic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dorset Logic[/bold] wrote: May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things. Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method. I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants. Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights. Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful). Yours Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)[/p][/quote]You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content.[/p][/quote]I hereby fine all bad grammar posters on here £50. This is payable within two weeks to my account. Failure to pay will result in a needless court case. Expect the victims' costs to be substantially higher if so as it's a tenner to every grammatically correct poster having to put up with reading this shoddiness.[/p][/quote]Your Check is in the post. Two there for you[/p][/quote]only one surely? 'cheque' for 'check? I'll let you off the capitalisation of the 'C' Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

9:40am Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Stereotyped wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
MMM444 wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting!
Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.
You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication!
Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x
I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind!
head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?
Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?
You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...
Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about!
Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?
It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too
Saw it with my very own eyes - the 10.29 secs that is and as for the biggest in the showers as he says "you would not want it on the end of your nose as a wart" LOL! Now you irritating little man go away and stop harassing me - I will be down on the Quay on Sunday if you would like to meet my husband to ask him about his bits - but on second thoughts best you don't............
wasn't disputing how fast his death trap can go. Was disputing the fact that he never goes over the national speed limit. And as mentioned earlier, I moved away from Bournemouth in 2000 when it had become a total sh1thole.
I am sure Bournemouth was quite happy to see you go. You are not in a little establishment near Crowthorne are you?
Crowthorne? How random. Do they not have the smoking ban there? I don't smoke anyway tbh.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stereotyped[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Well done Christchurch! My husband was following a car on his motorbike and they threw a lit cigarette out of the car window! I wonder how many butts are outside the front of Poole Hospital when patients in their dressing gowns (sometimes attached to drips) puff away - absolutely disgusting![/p][/quote]Don't follow a car then, if your hubby had a full face visor on, full leathers, decent helmet to BSE standards, the average dogend shouldn't do much damage to you hubby backfireing away on his Puch Maxi, get a life you muppet.[/p][/quote]You know nothing mate! It is against the law to throw a cigarette out of a car window! He actually rides the fastest production bike there is - now go and have a lie down as they will be calling you soon for your medication![/p][/quote]Yeah and you know it all, dopey idiot, and his Puch Maxi aint the fastest production bike there is, go back to dreamland, see if there's a job going, could keep you off here spouting b----x[/p][/quote]I have to say I am very worried about your aggressive attitude. ZZR1400 to be precise if you must know. 10.29 seconds for a quarter of a mile with a head wind![/p][/quote]head up MMM444 check out Harry Enfield short angry bloke on youtube ... you per chance?[/p][/quote]Suzi, if your husband is doing a quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds he is also breaking the law of course. You're all at it!! ps think you may have your calcs wrong if making a statement about the fastest bike on the road. Quarter of a mile in 10.29 seconds is just over 87mph. Whilst breaking the law it isn't very fast in the grand scheme of things. Maybe it is a Puch Maxi after all?[/p][/quote]You idiot. It's a quarter mile from a stand still... not how fast you are going at a constant speed to cover a quarter of a mile. It is a well known figure used to establish a vehicles acceleration... Oh and you measure it on a closed track with timing equipment, not on the public roads...[/p][/quote]Got it in one - nice to know there is somebody else who knows what they are talking about![/p][/quote]Knows what they're talking about? Did stereotyped also point out to you that the MV Agusta F4 R312 is the fastest production bike too, not the ZZR1400?[/p][/quote]It's ok Mr. Trotter, she believes everything her husband tells her. Probably tells her he's the biggest in the showers too[/p][/quote]Saw it with my very own eyes - the 10.29 secs that is and as for the biggest in the showers as he says "you would not want it on the end of your nose as a wart" LOL! Now you irritating little man go away and stop harassing me - I will be down on the Quay on Sunday if you would like to meet my husband to ask him about his bits - but on second thoughts best you don't............[/p][/quote]wasn't disputing how fast his death trap can go. Was disputing the fact that he never goes over the national speed limit. And as mentioned earlier, I moved away from Bournemouth in 2000 when it had become a total sh1thole.[/p][/quote]I am sure Bournemouth was quite happy to see you go. You are not in a little establishment near Crowthorne are you?[/p][/quote]Crowthorne? How random. Do they not have the smoking ban there? I don't smoke anyway tbh. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

9:46am Mon 9 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

stevobath wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine?
It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.
Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious.

I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name?

I'm a clown & your still a *anker
You honestly believe that if he doesn't pay the new fine he'll go to jail? It's not monopoly.
No it's not 'Monopoly' it's real World.

People do go to prison for non payment of fines on a daily basis.

If you think otherwise you're deluded.



What do you think they do if you refuse to pay?

Do you think they just let you off eventually?

Keep a roll of Andrex with you, so you can wipe your mouth, as it must be leaking **** on a daily basis?

There's an 'imagined reality' that certain ECHO commenters believe in & the REAL WORLD.... If he carries on ignoring his fine HE WILL GET IMPRISONED.
No he won't, he would get some form of community order, perhaps picking up litter. You understand prisons are overcrowded, right? There are more serious offenders that get let off with suspended sentences. You'll probably read about one daily on here.
[quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker[/p][/quote]No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine? It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.[/p][/quote]Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious. I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name? I'm a clown & your still a *anker[/p][/quote]You honestly believe that if he doesn't pay the new fine he'll go to jail? It's not monopoly.[/p][/quote]No it's not 'Monopoly' it's real World. People do go to prison for non payment of fines on a daily basis. If you think otherwise you're deluded. What do you think they do if you refuse to pay? Do you think they just let you off eventually? Keep a roll of Andrex with you, so you can wipe your mouth, as it must be leaking **** on a daily basis? There's an 'imagined reality' that certain ECHO commenters believe in & the REAL WORLD.... If he carries on ignoring his fine HE WILL GET IMPRISONED.[/p][/quote]No he won't, he would get some form of community order, perhaps picking up litter. You understand prisons are overcrowded, right? There are more serious offenders that get let off with suspended sentences. You'll probably read about one daily on here. bogtrotter
  • Score: 1

9:48am Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

MMM444 wrote:
What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
probably going pillion on her hubby's 800mph bike chasing smokers. Not going above 30mph of course.
[quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]probably going pillion on her hubby's 800mph bike chasing smokers. Not going above 30mph of course. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

9:50am Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

bogtrotter wrote:
stevobath wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
stevobath wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?
So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay?

What a foul person to assume these things.

You do know where this guy lives?

I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford.
Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match.

Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker
No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine?
It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.
Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious.

I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name?

I'm a clown & your still a *anker
You honestly believe that if he doesn't pay the new fine he'll go to jail? It's not monopoly.
No it's not 'Monopoly' it's real World.

People do go to prison for non payment of fines on a daily basis.

If you think otherwise you're deluded.



What do you think they do if you refuse to pay?

Do you think they just let you off eventually?

Keep a roll of Andrex with you, so you can wipe your mouth, as it must be leaking **** on a daily basis?

There's an 'imagined reality' that certain ECHO commenters believe in & the REAL WORLD.... If he carries on ignoring his fine HE WILL GET IMPRISONED.
No he won't, he would get some form of community order, perhaps picking up litter. You understand prisons are overcrowded, right? There are more serious offenders that get let off with suspended sentences. You'll probably read about one daily on here.
yeah, the lad that murdered the lad from my class at Bmth school only got 2 years.
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevobath[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: Fag butts aside what this is is yet another waste of public money in bringing this to court. There is absolutely zero chance of Vlad paying the fine. Hence why he didn't in the first place. The council will probably be branded as racist for fining him and have to cough up (pardon the pun) with a shiny new 5 bed house for him. Anyway, what has Brussels got to say on this?[/p][/quote]So because someones got a foreign name it means they're on benefitsor hasn't got the means to pay? What a foul person to assume these things. You do know where this guy lives? I'm sure he's doing OK, just as I'm sure the magisrate's will TIC what fine he can reasonably afford. Just for your info. Aqua, Lifeboat Quay are exclusive apartments overlooking Poole Quay with prices to match. Greedy Banker? More like Stupid *anker[/p][/quote]No Stevobath, as Bogtrotter has rightly pointed out, if he had no intention of paying the £50 fine why would he pay the £779 fine? It's absolutely nothing to do with his name. If you re-read my posts you'll realise that. Clown.[/p][/quote]Now he'll be in a position to be arrested & jailed. People often ignore these on the spot fines, until it gets serious. I'm sorry but I don't know why the council would have to give him a 5 bed house & WTF has Brussels got to do with it or indeed, someone's name? I'm a clown & your still a *anker[/p][/quote]You honestly believe that if he doesn't pay the new fine he'll go to jail? It's not monopoly.[/p][/quote]No it's not 'Monopoly' it's real World. People do go to prison for non payment of fines on a daily basis. If you think otherwise you're deluded. What do you think they do if you refuse to pay? Do you think they just let you off eventually? Keep a roll of Andrex with you, so you can wipe your mouth, as it must be leaking **** on a daily basis? There's an 'imagined reality' that certain ECHO commenters believe in & the REAL WORLD.... If he carries on ignoring his fine HE WILL GET IMPRISONED.[/p][/quote]No he won't, he would get some form of community order, perhaps picking up litter. You understand prisons are overcrowded, right? There are more serious offenders that get let off with suspended sentences. You'll probably read about one daily on here.[/p][/quote]yeah, the lad that murdered the lad from my class at Bmth school only got 2 years. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: 1

9:52am Mon 9 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

MMM444 wrote:
What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)
[quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged) bogtrotter
  • Score: -1

2:16pm Mon 9 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

bogtrotter wrote:
MMM444 wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)
The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor!
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)[/p][/quote]The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor! suzigirl
  • Score: -1

2:22pm Mon 9 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

suzigirl wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
MMM444 wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)
The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor!
I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)[/p][/quote]The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor![/p][/quote]I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR. bogtrotter
  • Score: -1

2:27pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
MMM444 wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)
The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor!
I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.
Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)[/p][/quote]The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor![/p][/quote]I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.[/p][/quote]Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

3:04pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Dorset Logic says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Dorset Logic wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
Dorset Logic wrote:
May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things.

Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method.

I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants.

Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights.

Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful).

Yours
Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)
You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content.
I hereby fine all bad grammar posters on here £50. This is payable within two weeks to my account. Failure to pay will result in a needless court case. Expect the victims' costs to be substantially higher if so as it's a tenner to every grammatically correct poster having to put up with reading this shoddiness.
Your Check is in the post.

Two there for you
only one surely? 'cheque' for 'check? I'll let you off the capitalisation of the 'C'
I imagine a man who can pick up on a missing quotation could spot a missing full stop. but hey ho.
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dorset Logic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dorset Logic[/bold] wrote: May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things. Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method. I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants. Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights. Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful). Yours Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)[/p][/quote]You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content.[/p][/quote]I hereby fine all bad grammar posters on here £50. This is payable within two weeks to my account. Failure to pay will result in a needless court case. Expect the victims' costs to be substantially higher if so as it's a tenner to every grammatically correct poster having to put up with reading this shoddiness.[/p][/quote]Your Check is in the post. Two there for you[/p][/quote]only one surely? 'cheque' for 'check? I'll let you off the capitalisation of the 'C'[/p][/quote]I imagine a man who can pick up on a missing quotation could spot a missing full stop. but hey ho. Dorset Logic
  • Score: -1

3:11pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

Dorset Logic wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
Dorset Logic wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
Dorset Logic wrote:
May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things.

Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method.

I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants.

Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights.

Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful).

Yours
Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)
You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content.
I hereby fine all bad grammar posters on here £50. This is payable within two weeks to my account. Failure to pay will result in a needless court case. Expect the victims' costs to be substantially higher if so as it's a tenner to every grammatically correct poster having to put up with reading this shoddiness.
Your Check is in the post.

Two there for you
only one surely? 'cheque' for 'check? I'll let you off the capitalisation of the 'C'
I imagine a man who can pick up on a missing quotation could spot a missing full stop. but hey ho.
Not sure full stops are really necessary at the end of posts on threads, are they? If so, good work DL, that's £100 then, rather than £50 :)
[quote][p][bold]Dorset Logic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dorset Logic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dorset Logic[/bold] wrote: May I just add some new light on the debate. Its some interesting information that has come to light, alongside my reasonable and self assured correctness in all things. Smoking is bad for you, I can't understand people who smoke, its a filthy vile disgusting habit and it stinks. These people are idiots (QED I'm bloody perfect). I never do anything to anyone else, although I do like to tell others what to do, who don't fit in with my tolerant approach to life. Anybody who says otherwise is wrong and I'm not prone to seeing their point of view. Even if they don't smoke near me, I will ensure that they don't do it with my patented scowl method. I get really fed up the 2 times a year I go to a pub having to walk past thousands and thousands of smokers stood just outside the door of the pub and smell their smoke, it takes 5 seconds to do this. I think half of them are unemployed or immigrants. Smokers also ride cycles, don't pay road tax and go through red lights. Can I also take the opportunity to wish that the person recovers and indicate that you are wrong to write anything else after this article apart from give condolences. This is especially important in an article where you have no knowledge of the person, and wish to use your nice person facade as a battering tool (which is equally as disrespectful). Yours Cynthia pug face Gloria Smyth Fortescue (desc)[/p][/quote]You don't like apostrophes when writing the word 'it's' either and also seem to disregard the comma with content.[/p][/quote]I hereby fine all bad grammar posters on here £50. This is payable within two weeks to my account. Failure to pay will result in a needless court case. Expect the victims' costs to be substantially higher if so as it's a tenner to every grammatically correct poster having to put up with reading this shoddiness.[/p][/quote]Your Check is in the post. Two there for you[/p][/quote]only one surely? 'cheque' for 'check? I'll let you off the capitalisation of the 'C'[/p][/quote]I imagine a man who can pick up on a missing quotation could spot a missing full stop. but hey ho.[/p][/quote]Not sure full stops are really necessary at the end of posts on threads, are they? If so, good work DL, that's £100 then, rather than £50 :) Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

4:39pm Mon 9 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
MMM444 wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)
The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor!
I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.
Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.
You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride!
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)[/p][/quote]The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor![/p][/quote]I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.[/p][/quote]Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.[/p][/quote]You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride! suzigirl
  • Score: -1

4:45pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
MMM444 wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)
The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor!
I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.
Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.
You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride!
Very wrong on both fronts. Full head of hair and BMW M3 convertible. Perfect for throwing fag butts at motorcyclists. If I was a smoker of course.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)[/p][/quote]The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor![/p][/quote]I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.[/p][/quote]Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.[/p][/quote]You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride![/p][/quote]Very wrong on both fronts. Full head of hair and BMW M3 convertible. Perfect for throwing fag butts at motorcyclists. If I was a smoker of course. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -2

4:46pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
MMM444 wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)
The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor!
I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.
Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.
You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride!
ps. 'know nothing'? Know that the ZZR isn't the fastest production bike out there as you falsely claimed.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)[/p][/quote]The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor![/p][/quote]I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.[/p][/quote]Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.[/p][/quote]You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride![/p][/quote]ps. 'know nothing'? Know that the ZZR isn't the fastest production bike out there as you falsely claimed. Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

4:58pm Mon 9 Jun 14

bogtrotter says...

suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
MMM444 wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)
The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor!
I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.
Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.
You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride!
Do you have access to the internet? I'm assuming so unless you're restricted to this site only. If so, check out 'fastest production motorbike' and see what you find. I doubled checked with Valentino Rossi, we've been mates since I flicked a butt at him at Donnigton once (when I was testing the MV Agusta F4 R312 on a closed track). Also, you're 'sure you seen me'? I don't understand that.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)[/p][/quote]The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor![/p][/quote]I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.[/p][/quote]Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.[/p][/quote]You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride![/p][/quote]Do you have access to the internet? I'm assuming so unless you're restricted to this site only. If so, check out 'fastest production motorbike' and see what you find. I doubled checked with Valentino Rossi, we've been mates since I flicked a butt at him at Donnigton once (when I was testing the MV Agusta F4 R312 on a closed track). Also, you're 'sure you seen me'? I don't understand that. bogtrotter
  • Score: -1

5:00pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
MMM444 wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)
The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor!
I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.
Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.
You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride!
Do you have access to the internet? I'm assuming so unless you're restricted to this site only. If so, check out 'fastest production motorbike' and see what you find. I doubled checked with Valentino Rossi, we've been mates since I flicked a butt at him at Donnigton once (when I was testing the MV Agusta F4 R312 on a closed track). Also, you're 'sure you seen me'? I don't understand that.
Poole talk innit mush
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)[/p][/quote]The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor![/p][/quote]I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.[/p][/quote]Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.[/p][/quote]You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride![/p][/quote]Do you have access to the internet? I'm assuming so unless you're restricted to this site only. If so, check out 'fastest production motorbike' and see what you find. I doubled checked with Valentino Rossi, we've been mates since I flicked a butt at him at Donnigton once (when I was testing the MV Agusta F4 R312 on a closed track). Also, you're 'sure you seen me'? I don't understand that.[/p][/quote]Poole talk innit mush Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: -1

6:31pm Mon 9 Jun 14

MMM444 says...

Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
MMM444 wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)
The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor!
I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.
Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.
You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride!
Do you have access to the internet? I'm assuming so unless you're restricted to this site only. If so, check out 'fastest production motorbike' and see what you find. I doubled checked with Valentino Rossi, we've been mates since I flicked a butt at him at Donnigton once (when I was testing the MV Agusta F4 R312 on a closed track). Also, you're 'sure you seen me'? I don't understand that.
Poole talk innit mush
Ha ha ha ha ha," Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks ", ha ha ha ha
[quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)[/p][/quote]The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor![/p][/quote]I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.[/p][/quote]Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.[/p][/quote]You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride![/p][/quote]Do you have access to the internet? I'm assuming so unless you're restricted to this site only. If so, check out 'fastest production motorbike' and see what you find. I doubled checked with Valentino Rossi, we've been mates since I flicked a butt at him at Donnigton once (when I was testing the MV Agusta F4 R312 on a closed track). Also, you're 'sure you seen me'? I don't understand that.[/p][/quote]Poole talk innit mush[/p][/quote]Ha ha ha ha ha," Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks ", ha ha ha ha MMM444
  • Score: 0

8:58am Tue 10 Jun 14

suzigirl says...

bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Greedy Banker 1 wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
MMM444 wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked
Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)
The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor!
I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.
Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.
You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride!
Do you have access to the internet? I'm assuming so unless you're restricted to this site only. If so, check out 'fastest production motorbike' and see what you find. I doubled checked with Valentino Rossi, we've been mates since I flicked a butt at him at Donnigton once (when I was testing the MV Agusta F4 R312 on a closed track). Also, you're 'sure you seen me'? I don't understand that.
Dream on mate!
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Greedy Banker 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MMM444[/bold] wrote: What you doing down the Quay, flogging the Big Issue or looking for dogends, collect enough and roll yourself a nice big kerbside twist, and make sure you don't put it out on the pavement, don't want to see you get nicked[/p][/quote]Hahahahahaha, peach. Probably also doing stunts on the nitro motorbike, setting up a ramp so that her and Streethawk can land it in the Purbecks, probably only in first gear. (And it's still not the fastest production bike, I see that particular piece of ownership has not been acknowledged)[/p][/quote]The ZZR does not need nitro mate and jealousy is a terrible thing. What motorbike do you have probably a Harley aka gulley sucker or tractor![/p][/quote]I don't own a motorbike. If I did, I'd probably go for the fastest one in production, not the ZZR.[/p][/quote]Motorbikes are for people who can't afford cars.[/p][/quote]You know nothing but I am not wasting any more time in trying to justify myself to the likes of you - do you own a Nissan Micra by any chance and have a comb over? I am sure I seen you yesterday on our leisurely motorbike ride![/p][/quote]Do you have access to the internet? I'm assuming so unless you're restricted to this site only. If so, check out 'fastest production motorbike' and see what you find. I doubled checked with Valentino Rossi, we've been mates since I flicked a butt at him at Donnigton once (when I was testing the MV Agusta F4 R312 on a closed track). Also, you're 'sure you seen me'? I don't understand that.[/p][/quote]Dream on mate! suzigirl
  • Score: 0

9:41am Fri 13 Jun 14

Greedy Banker 1 says...

makes zero sense. This is funny
makes zero sense. This is funny Greedy Banker 1
  • Score: 0

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