From: Conor on 24 Nov 2009 15:45
In article <g7udnRR15LJaopHWnZ2dnUVZ8rVi4p2d(a)bt.com>, Marc says...
> Conor wrote:
> > In article <heh3fj$u8r$1(a)aioe.org>, Silk says...
> >> If you really want to see people busy doing nothing, you need the Civil
> >> Service.
> > I was offered a job in June working for DWP Jobcentreplus. I declined
> > it.
> Back too bad to move paper around?
No..I reckon the frustration at the sheer level of fuckwittery
demonstrated by the staff coupled with my non politically correct views
and the fact I don't mince around a subject, I'd not have lasted long.
I'm not prejudiced. I hate everybody equally.
From: Bod on 24 Nov 2009 15:46
> In article <7n2t6tF3k6d16U2(a)mid.individual.net>, Bod says...
>> The only problem with that, is as soon as any
>> headlights coming from the other way meet your
>> eyes, you are momentarily left almost blind,
>> untill your eyes adjust again.
> That's because like most day drivers, you look at the oncoming lights.
> Its a natural reflex.
I know what you mean, but I don't anyway.
From: Champ on 24 Nov 2009 15:47
On Tue, 24 Nov 2009 19:17:39 +0000, Silk <me(a)privacy.net> wrote:
>On 24/11/2009 19:09, Champ wrote:
>> On Mon, 23 Nov 2009 22:16:34 +0000, Silk<me(a)privacy.net> wrote:
>>> *All* motorcyclists have a tendency towards hotheadedness and
>>> recklessness over and above other road users, the Police are no exception.
>>> Let's be honest, you have to have a bit of a screw loose to want to get
>>> on one.
Happy to oblige.
But I have actually got something to be proud about:
(see 9th place).
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From: Oily on 24 Nov 2009 15:54
"Harry Bloomfield" wrote..........
> Oily explained on 24/11/2009 :
> > HGV drivers don't like caravans. :-)
Most car drivers who pull caravans only do so about 4 days a year, they
never check the tyres and they use underpowered motors to pull them and
they're usually the slowest and most obstructive and inconsiderate drivers
there are. How can you say 'rubbish'
From: Catman on 24 Nov 2009 15:51
Steve H on the road wrote:
> "Silk" <me(a)privacy.net> wrote in message news:hehdqd$bu6$1(a)aioe.org...
>> And don't even get me started on undertaking and poor lane discipline.
> I'll start you off.
> If you've been 'undertaken', you're in the wrong lane.
Or any lane on the M25 during the day.
As you were.
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