From: Adrian on
Ian Johnston (ian.groups(a)btinternet.com) gurgled happily, sounding much
like they were saying :

> Oh, hang on lad, I see we're in uk.rec.caravanning too.

Oi. Don't use words like the C-word in here.
From: Brimstone on
Ivor Jones wrote:
> "Conor" <conor.turton(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:MPG.1f4fdd207874540c98d414(a)news.individual.net
>> In article <4klonsFcm9ocU1(a)individual.net>, Ivor Jones
>> says...
>>
>>> Would you mouth off in front of young children, for
>>> example..? Women..?
>>
>> ROFL..you've never been in a teenage chatroom.
>
> That makes it ok then,
>
> Right.....

What's the point in trying to "protect" people from something they're
already very well aware of and use?


From: Brimstone on
Ivor Jones wrote:
> "Adrian" <toomany2cvs(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:Xns982397087BE39adrianachapmanfreeis(a)204.153.244.170
>> Paul {Hamilton Rooney} (craig(a)oil.com) gurgled happily,
>> sounding much like they were saying :
>>
>>>>> Resist winding a fuckwit up? It is hard, but then
>>>>> you Europeans get so upset about swearing...
>>
>>>> Who said I'm a European..?
>>
>>> Wales is in Europe, innit. With a name like Ivor you
>>> must be Welsh or Russian.
>>
>> Are many Russians called "Jones"?
>>
>> B'sides - every group on the x-post list is
>> UK.<something>, so there's a reasonable implication that
>> we're all European residents at the very least.
>
> I'm a UK resident not a European resident. There is no such country as
> Europe.

Where's this country called "UK"?


From: Richard Brookman on
Chris Slade 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?
||
|| --
|| Chris

How do you know he is breaking the law? Your speedometer might be faulty.
He is only a criminal if he has been found guilty in a court. The only
sensible advice is to follow the Highway Code, get out of his way as soon as
it is safe, and let him have his accident somewhere else. You are not a
traffic cop.

--
Rich
==============================

I don't approve of signatures, so I don't have one.


From: Adrian on
Brimstone (brimstone(a)hotmail.com) gurgled happily, sounding much like they
were saying :

>> I'm a UK resident not a European resident. There is no such country as
>> Europe.

> Where's this country called "UK"?

That'll be the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - which
comprises of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Here, in other words.

Why? Where did YOU think here <waves> was?