From: you knob head on
Yeah but was he black also then its ok for him to call a spade a spade.

"Nevikski" <nevikski(a)> wrote in message
> You also let slip he was black, you racist. You should have said
> 'non-white'
> "burt" <burtthebike(a)> wrote in message
> news:FanEg.105044$9d4.103973(a)
>> "Tim S Kemp" <news(a)> wrote in message
>> news:OqCdnbxCm8PdaX3ZRVnyjg(a)
>>> Dave M <me2(a)> wrote:
>>>> All the car owners have found their tyres have been slashed and, in
>>>> many cases, a note on their windscreens.
>>> A medal? For criminal damage?
>> If I find out where the piece of s**t who came within an inch of killing
>> me on my journey home tonight lives, he won't just be worried about
>> criminal damage - he'll need major surgery. BMW, green, north Bristol,
>> and talking on a mobile phone. 17:10, N914 YOG, young, black driver. Oh
>> dear, have I accidentally published his details? What a shame.
>> I did what you're supposed to do and reported it to the police. Guess
>> what? nothing will happen according to the officer I reported it to. Is
>> it any wonder that people take the law into their own hands? If
>> following the law means that criminals who threaten my life will never be
>> convicted, then maybe it's time for direct action.

From: Alex Heney on
On Thu, 17 Aug 2006 23:55:44 +0100, Chris Slade <uce(a)> wrote:

><newsgroups snipped, why telecoms?>
>Alex Heney wrote:
>> The law states that it is an offence to drive inconsiderately.
>> -----------------------------------
>> 3. If a person drives a motor vehicle on a road without due care
>> and attention, or without reasonable consideration for other persons
>> using the road, he is guilty of an offence.
>> ----------------------------------
>> It does not say that it is only an offence if the other persons are
>> obeying the law.
>So you are saying that one should consider the effect of ones actions on
>criminals? Exactly where do you draw the line? If you drive into the path
>of a getaway car in a bank robbery are you committing an offence? I suspect
>that you are, but wouldn't the greater good outweigh the offence?


But I wouldn't like to say you would certainly not be prosecuted as
well as them.
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From: Alex Heney on
On 17 Aug 2006 21:03:36 GMT, Huge <Huge(a)nowhere.much.invalid> wrote:

>On 2006-08-17, Mike Henry <{$usenet-spamdump$}> wrote:
>> In <4kis8gFccr7pU1(a)>, "Ivor Jones"
>><ivor(a)despammed.invalid> wrote:
>>>"Sharon O." <sharon.owpan(a)> wrote in message
>>>> It's actually 'Qu'.
>>>I know, but my keyboard doesn't have accented characters and I couldn't be
>>>bothered to search for the program that puts them in.
>> You can't hold down "AltGr" while pressing "e"?
>Not all the world is a PC.

No, but I don't think anybody has ported Outlook Express (which is
what Ivor uses) to another platform.
Alex Heney, Global Villager
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From: Ivor Jones on
"JNugent" <not.telling(a)> wrote in message


> And even if the following driver wants to exceed the 70
> limit, it's not the business of the driver in front to
> prevent it.

But he's not doing anything wrong by so doing.


From: Ivor Jones on
"Conor" <conor.turton(a)> wrote in message
> In article <4kh5tdFc61o0U1(a)>, Ivor Jones
> says...


> > Ah, foul language. The last resort of those who haven't
> > a clue what they're talking about.
> >
> I've probalby seen it more than you ever will in several
> lifetimes.

So why swear..? Is your command of language so poor that you can only make
a point by abusing the other person..?