From: Brimstone on 6 Mar 2010 05:30
"Doug" <jagmad(a)riseup.net> wrote in message
> On 5 Mar, 18:03, "Brimstone" <brimst...(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
>> "Doug" <jag...(a)riseup.net> wrote in message
>> > On 5 Mar, 14:49, NM <nik.mor...(a)mac.com> wrote:
>> >> On 5 Mar, 13:38, Doug <jag...(a)riseup.net> wrote:
>> >> > Better still, only buy a car if you have somewhere to put it when it
>> >> > is not in use, instead of cluttering public spaces.
>> >> I'd go along with that however I live in the country and except for
>> >> the high summer season I can always find somewhere to leave it. Those
>> >> like yourself, who are unfortunate, for whatever reasons, to live in a
>> >> big city may feel somewhat different.
>> > Despite living in a city I have a front garden with a space which I
>> > used to use for parking
>> So you've concreted over an area intended for growing plants? Hardly
>> environmentally friendly is it Doug?
> Thanks for highlighting yet another problem caused by car users, there
> are so many! Yes indeed such concreting encourages flooding and is
> environmentally unfriendly. Fortunately for me only a portion of my
> garden is concreted and the rest is earth with plants.
So why haven't you lifted the concrete?
> BTW, aren't you drifting off topic again, Brim?
From: Brimstone on 6 Mar 2010 05:32
"Tony Dragon" <tony.dragon(a)btinternet.com> wrote in message
> Brimstone wrote:
>> I'm disappointed that you didn't mention Doug's positive aspect.
>> He provide sport for people who have some understanding of the world.
> I presume of course that you mean a real understanding of the world.
Indeed, in fact one might say, a real understanding of the real world.
From: Tony Dragon on 6 Mar 2010 06:54
> "Tony Dragon" <tony.dragon(a)btinternet.com> wrote in message
>> Brimstone wrote:
>>> I'm disappointed that you didn't mention Doug's positive aspect.
>>> He provide sport for people who have some understanding of the world.
>> I presume of course that you mean a real understanding of the world.
> Indeed, in fact one might say, a real understanding of the real world.
Sadly I do not think he will ever have such an epiphany.
From: Zaz on 6 Mar 2010 10:00
On Sat, 06 Mar 2010 00:40:36 +0000, "The Medway Handyman"
> I think this clearly shows what a complete fuckwit you and your
> phycolist bum chums are.
> 90% of 28 million is 2.8 million.
Err, are you sure about that?
From: Graham Harrison on 6 Mar 2010 12:48
> Because of today's mobile society, many people have to travel miles to get
> to work and, despite claims to the contrary, public transport is wholly
> unable to fulfill that need.
How about a law that says you have to live in a place where you can get to
work by public transport or bike or walk?