MP1953

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  • in reply to: ‘Pro European Rally’ #152393

    MP1953
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    Once again we have this stupidity of people thinking that they should have another vote on this and another vote on that, how many votes will it take to get through to the REMOANERS that wrexham and the UK voted leave no matter how big or small the majority or as some say people didnt know what they were voting for, well I for one certainly knew what i voted for and how the idiotic pain in the asses in europe ie france and germany mainly, want to disrupt this process as much as possible as they dont want us to leave as this will be the waterfall for lots of other countries to follow suit, then the fall of the EU,my my if only the stubborn people that are trying to wreck the leave process realise we managed before the EU, and we will manage just as well without it, just a pity that it was the common market we agreed to join originally not to giving away all our power to the EU (france & germany) after all these coutries would not have their own vote now if it werent for GREAT BRITAIN saving their countries and all our serviceman giving their lives for them.

    Clap Clap // Well said Sir/Madam

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

    in reply to: temporary 50 mph speed on A483 – Serious question? #151273

    MP1953
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    The below was tweeted by someone, I don’t really get this, when I learnt to drive I was taught that it was the responsibility of the vehicle joining a carriage way to adjust their speed as to getting onto the carriage way, these days it seems cars joining the carriage way expect vehicles to move over, of which many times they can’t if there is traffic on the outside lane, has the highway code been changed now ?

    @wrexham the junction 5 sliproad on the a483 is literally an accident waiting to happen. people are unaware of the 50mph limit and are literally speeding onto the carriageway with total neglect for the drivers already on it.

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

    in reply to: Bike Robbery #151230

    MP1953
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    With your clumsy attempt at comedy, are you trying to suggest that no such gag order was in place?

    I was implying you were mental, then you posted again and confirmed it.
    What’s this ‘Incel’ lifestyle like then? Any war stories?

    Do tell me what is ‘mental’ about wanting your country to belong to its people.

    I wonder if you think the Chinese insane for wanting China to belong to the Chinese, or the idea that Africa ought to belong to the Africans, or Israel to the Israelis. And if not, why not?

    “They’re bonkers those Chinese; not sending ships round to Africa, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent and indiscriminately importing boundless hordes of Negroes, Arabs and South Asians and into their country. Don’t they know how culturally enriching they are?”

    What sane person would see the regular reports in the capital about acid attacks, gun and knife crime, sexual assaults and think, “That multi-cultural project is working well. Let’s have more of that!”

    Imbecile.

    Shiftingspace is right with so many (not all) of the things he/she is saying, but we have gone so far down the road of the PC agenda that most people will not put there head above the parapet and you can see why when you read the comments on this thread, that’s not to say what people think privately though !

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.


    MP1953
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    some people used to go there three times a day for the benefit of the above that is 3 pounds.

    By three times a day I presume you mean dog walkers ? Surely this is a good thing, it will mean less dog mess to be picked up resulting in a cleaner park for everyone. It’s not as if they contribute anything to the park either other than using the parking facilities.

    Reaches for tin hat.

    Agree, all that parks are these days is S*** Houses for dogs, gone are the days where you would let your children do roly polys on the grass, as the residue is still there even when it is picked up..

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.


    MP1953
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    Jesus Matt, it’s a pound for 24 hours. A pound. £1. A single pound.

    Honestly son, sometimes it looks like your hooked on outrage.
    It’s only 9am and you’re already bonkers angry, doesn’t bode well for the rest of the day.

    Look at that nice Alun Hughes (smashing looking lad).
    People stay out late and get up early just to literally shit on his doorstep.
    You never see him kicking off like this.
    Think on.

    Ha Sheefag Are you John Bercow :)

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

    in reply to: Aaron Banks running rings around Ian Lucas #150756

    MP1953
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    Aaron Banks running rings around Ian Lucas

    I see it as the both of them running rings round the whole DCMS committee, but there again I think that is because there is nothing to answer so therefore it was easy for them, and what a waste of time. IMO

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

    in reply to: Smoke-Free Hospital grounds #149952

    MP1953
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    I do actually feel bad for smokers these days, cigarettes hidden away so they have to play a game of guess if you have the brand in stock behind the closed barriers. Richmond Lights – is that the brand with the tumour bursting out of the throat or the one with the man coughing up blood?

    Government think they are doing smokers a favour by putting on these horrific images as a deterrent whilst laughing all the way to the bank with their billions in duties on tobacco products.

    Most smokers these days are polite and considerate where they smoke due to its social stigma – I find that especially so if you have children with you.

    I’d say if after the cost hurdles, stigma, deterrents, bans, lectures etc… most smokers who were going to quit would have done so by now. They make their own health decisions like the rest of us. It’s a fairly safe bet that effects of passive smoking have been mitigated in public places – so those worrying about 5 seconds of smoke contact are being a bit precious.

    Again all valid points, but one thing still intrigues me as to why there are still so many teenagers still taking it up, and of course the price has no relevance to them as they never knew the time when the cost of 20 fags was under a shilling !!

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

    in reply to: Smoke-Free Hospital grounds #149949

    MP1953
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    This thread reeks of holier than thou.

    Is that less than holy smell of stale smoke coming from you IMHO?

    Actually he looks like Nen:

    Non smoker here; i dislike the holier than thou ban it brigade is all.

    People are human and you should not forget that.

    Just think how good the world would be if everyone was like you, staunchly upright, pure in thought and deed, mindful, right thinking doesn’t upset anyone et al. Yawn. As i said, holier than thou.

    By the way, have any of you noticed just how bad the world is? Death and destruction abounds and all you lot can bang on about is banning smoking. Well done you!

    Well said IMHO but unfortunately this opinion will have no credence with the Politically Correct, Liberal, tea candle lighting (that will solve everything) brigade as I like to call them, again back to the topic, I say this as a non smoker now for the last ten years, but previously a smoker for over 30 years.

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

    in reply to: Ty Pawb – success #149893

    MP1953
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    Called there again this morning, believe me it is nothing like the pictures above, (i.e. people there) there were more people who work there than visitors by a long way, the place was deserted.

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

    in reply to: Smoke-Free Hospital grounds #149891

    MP1953
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    There is such an irony with the issue of smoking on health premises – Smoking and make you ill so you go to a hospital for whatever treatment to receive medication when you then smoke to higher the risk of smoking-related illnesses.
    If Berwyn prison can be made smoke free (before anyone jumps in there is illegal smoking there) surely the hospital grounds can be for patients and staff.
    Berwyn issues nicotine patches so why can’t the hospital- as you can tell I am not nor ever have been a smoker.

    The last sentence here may well be poignant, in that these sort of decisions are made by people who have never smoked and have no sympathy or understanding of how hard it is for smokers to go any length of time without having a puff, this from a former smoker of 30 plus years.

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

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