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Commander Kinsey
2019-07-31 14:01:56 UTC
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I was stopped by an idiot pig today for my MOT about to expire tomorrow. So, it's not illegal then is it? Plus, I got a new MOT a few days ago, but because the DVLA's system is so slow, it's not yet registered with the police. 5 or 10 minutes of my and their time wasted, then he says "please carry your certificate with you for the next week as our system doesn't show you have it yet". Yeah right. Their problem, I ain't doing their work for them. Way too much money going into the police force, clearly not enough real crimes to solve so they're now pestering motorists driving legally.
Peeler
2019-07-31 15:47:30 UTC
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Grikboxer®™
2019-07-31 21:37:27 UTC
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On Wed, 31 Jul 2019 15:01:56 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
I was stopped by an idiot pig today for my MOT about to expire tomorrow. So, it's not illegal then is it? Plus, I got a new MOT a few days ago, but because the DVLA's system is so slow, it's not yet registered with the police. 5 or 10 minutes of my and their time wasted, then he says "please carry your certificate with you for the next week as our system doesn't show you have it yet". Yeah right. Their problem, I ain't doing their work for them. Way too much money going into the police force, clearly not enough real crimes to solve so they're now pestering motorists driving legally.
Do some real crime, then they won't have time to bother innocent
motorists like you.
Peeler
2019-07-31 21:56:57 UTC
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bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
Post by Grikboxer®™
Do some real crime, then they won't have time to bother innocent
motorists like you.
You mean like having sex with children as YOU obviously like to do,
pedophilic Razovic!
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Commander Kinsey
2019-07-31 22:19:29 UTC
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Post by Grikboxer®™
On Wed, 31 Jul 2019 15:01:56 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
I was stopped by an idiot pig today for my MOT about to expire tomorr=
ow. So, it's not illegal then is it? Plus, I got a new MOT a few days =
ago, but because the DVLA's system is so slow, it's not yet registered w=
ith the police. 5 or 10 minutes of my and their time wasted, then he sa=
ys "please carry your certificate with you for the next week as our syst=
em doesn't show you have it yet". Yeah right. Their problem, I ain't d=
oing their work for them. Way too much money going into the police forc=
e, clearly not enough real crimes to solve so they're now pestering moto=
rists driving legally.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Do some real crime, then they won't have time to bother innocent
motorists like you.
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the inf=
ringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic police. =
What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Norman Wells
2019-08-01 08:41:03 UTC
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I'm not an innocent motorist.  But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police.  What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you? And how old do you think police recruits are?

They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 13:24:27 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.

I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
Grikboxer®?
2019-08-01 13:40:28 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
Post by Commander Kinsey
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
It's the detectives who do that.
Peeler
2019-08-01 14:14:13 UTC
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bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
Post by Grikboxer®?
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
YOU certainly can't, pedophilic dreckskerb!
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to
solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
It's the detectives who do that.
YOU would know all about THAT, eh, pedophilic criminal?
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Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 16:20:25 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for th=
e
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That=
's
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to=
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopp=
ed me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps. The point is pigs ain't bright.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last r=
andom safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to =
solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
Post by Grikboxer®?
It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Grikboxer®?
2019-08-01 16:42:43 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:20:25 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps.
In just about anything...standards have dropped horrendously.
Post by Commander Kinsey
The point is pigs ain't bright.
Some are, some aren't...much like the population at large, really.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. Another
part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
Peeler
2019-08-01 16:52:56 UTC
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sexual cripple, making an ass of herself as "Grikboxer®™)", farted again:

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Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 17:07:18 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:20:25 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for =
the
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic=
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. Th=
at's
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try =
to
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have sto=
pped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps.
In just about anything...standards have dropped horrendously.
It's the misconception everyone should be well educated. Now everyone's=
going to a "university" of some sort.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
The point is pigs ain't bright.
Some are, some aren't...much like the population at large, really.
No traffic pigs are bright. But the point is they should only employ br=
ight people.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last=
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes t=
o solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. Another=
part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic pigs=
doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate bei=
ng the wrong font.
Grikboxer®?
2019-08-01 17:23:07 UTC
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Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:20:25 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps.
In just about anything...standards have dropped horrendously.
It's the misconception everyone should be well educated. Now everyone's going to a "university" of some sort.
Thus devaluing 'degrees'.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
The point is pigs ain't bright.
Some are, some aren't...much like the population at large, really.
No traffic pigs are bright. But the point is they should only employ bright people.
They have enough problems employing anyone at all.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. Another
part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate being the wrong font.
That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be against
the law.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 17:45:44 UTC
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Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:18 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:20:25 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me fo=
r the
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traff=
ic
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. =
That's
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to tr=
y to
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have s=
topped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps.
In just about anything...standards have dropped horrendously.
It's the misconception everyone should be well educated. Now everyon=
e's going to a "university" of some sort.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Thus devaluing 'degrees'.
Yip.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
The point is pigs ain't bright.
Some are, some aren't...much like the population at large, really.
No traffic pigs are bright. But the point is they should only employ=
bright people.
Post by Grikboxer®?
They have enough problems employing anyone at all.
Bullshit, we have way too many police.

And the answer to "can't find enough employees" is simple, pay more.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the la=
st random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes=
to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".=
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. Anoth=
er
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic p=
igs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate =
being the wrong font.
Post by Grikboxer®?
That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be against
the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot. There is no point whatsoever for doi=
ng someone for something which causes no harm. Laws are there to protec=
t people from other people, and nothing else.
Grikboxer®?
2019-08-01 18:43:58 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:18 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:20:25 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps.
In just about anything...standards have dropped horrendously.
It's the misconception everyone should be well educated. Now everyone's going to a "university" of some sort.
Thus devaluing 'degrees'.
Yip.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
The point is pigs ain't bright.
Some are, some aren't...much like the population at large, really.
No traffic pigs are bright. But the point is they should only employ bright people.
They have enough problems employing anyone at all.
Bullshit, we have way too many police.
Horseshit, we have way too few. When's the last time you saw one
patrolling where you live on foot?
Post by Commander Kinsey
And the answer to "can't find enough employees" is simple, pay more.
Are you willing to see your taxes go up to pay them more?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. Another
part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate being the wrong font.
That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be against
the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot. There is no point whatsoever for doing someone for something which causes no harm.
Of course there fucking is, you moron. The alternative is chaos and
anarchy....no rules, no regulations, and everyone does what they want.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Laws are there to protect people from other people, and nothing else.
Laws are there to prevent chaos/anarchy as described above.
NEMO
2019-08-01 18:55:50 UTC
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Of course there fucking is, you moron.
PLEASE stop using foul language in this forum, you shiteating,
pissdrinking, donkeydicksucking, grannyfucking, jizzlicking,
motherless pile of sub-excrement nazoid PEDO filth who takes dozens
of muzzie dicks up his arse and throat on an hourly basis.

Thank you!
Peeler
2019-08-01 19:01:32 UTC
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Post by Grikboxer®?
Laws are there to prevent chaos/anarchy as described above.
Laws are there to keep abnormal sociopathic and psychopathic idiots like the
two of you under control!
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construct. Are you telling me that a 13-year old who spends 15 hours a day
on Facebook is incapable of consent?"
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Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 19:07:34 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:45:44 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:18 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:20:25 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me =
for the
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
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Post by Commander Kinsey
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Post by Norman Wells
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the tra=
ffic
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now.=
That's
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
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Post by Commander Kinsey
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Post by Norman Wells
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to =
try to
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Post by Commander Kinsey
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Post by Commander Kinsey
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Post by Norman Wells
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have=
stopped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
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Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps.
In just about anything...standards have dropped horrendously.
It's the misconception everyone should be well educated. Now every=
one's going to a "university" of some sort.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Thus devaluing 'degrees'.
Yip.
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Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
The point is pigs ain't bright.
Some are, some aren't...much like the population at large, really.=
No traffic pigs are bright. But the point is they should only empl=
oy bright people.
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Post by Commander Kinsey
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They have enough problems employing anyone at all.
Bullshit, we have way too many police.
Horseshit, we have way too few. When's the last time you saw one
patrolling where you live on foot?
Why do they have to be on foot? In cars they can get to the offender qu=
icker. And I see one police car every 5 minutes here.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
And the answer to "can't find enough employees" is simple, pay more.
Are you willing to see your taxes go up to pay them more?
Halve the number of them first. Double the pay, half the police, same n=
umber of crimes would be solved.
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Post by Commander Kinsey
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Post by Commander Kinsey
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the =
last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crim=
es to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes=
".
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Post by Commander Kinsey
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It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. Ano=
ther
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic=
pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplat=
e being the wrong font.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be agains=
t
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Post by Commander Kinsey
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the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot. There is no point whatsoever for =
doing someone for something which causes no harm.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Of course there fucking is, you moron. The alternative is chaos and
anarchy....no rules, no regulations, and everyone does what they want.=
If what you're doing harms nobody, then why shouldn't you be allowed to =
do it?
Grikboxer®™
2019-08-02 15:57:31 UTC
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Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:45:44 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:18 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:20:25 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps.
In just about anything...standards have dropped horrendously.
It's the misconception everyone should be well educated. Now everyone's going to a "university" of some sort.
Thus devaluing 'degrees'.
Yip.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
The point is pigs ain't bright.
Some are, some aren't...much like the population at large, really.
No traffic pigs are bright. But the point is they should only employ bright people.
They have enough problems employing anyone at all.
Bullshit, we have way too many police.
Horseshit, we have way too few. When's the last time you saw one
patrolling where you live on foot?
Why do they have to be on foot? In cars they can get to the offender quicker. And I see one police car every 5 minutes here.
The idea is to mingle with the community, not just to get to
offenders. You can't do that in a car.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
And the answer to "can't find enough employees" is simple, pay more.
Are you willing to see your taxes go up to pay them more?
Halve the number of them first. Double the pay, half the police, same number of crimes would be solved.
No they wouldn't.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
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Post by Commander Kinsey
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. Another
part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate being the wrong font.
That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be against
the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot. There is no point whatsoever for doing someone for something which causes no harm.
Of course there fucking is, you moron. The alternative is chaos and
anarchy....no rules, no regulations, and everyone does what they want.
If what you're doing harms nobody, then why shouldn't you be allowed to do it?
Because chaos and anarchy follow.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 16:08:26 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 20:07:34 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:45:44 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:18 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:20:25 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:40:28 +0100, Grikboxer=C2=AE? <Grikboxer=
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch m=
e for the
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the t=
raffic
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Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police no=
w. That's
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have t=
o try to
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that ha=
ve stopped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps.
In just about anything...standards have dropped horrendously.
It's the misconception everyone should be well educated. Now eve=
ryone's going to a "university" of some sort.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Thus devaluing 'degrees'.
Yip.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
The point is pigs ain't bright.
Some are, some aren't...much like the population at large, reall=
y.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
No traffic pigs are bright. But the point is they should only em=
ploy bright people.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
They have enough problems employing anyone at all.
Bullshit, we have way too many police.
Horseshit, we have way too few. When's the last time you saw one
patrolling where you live on foot?
Why do they have to be on foot? In cars they can get to the offender=
quicker. And I see one police car every 5 minutes here.
Post by Grikboxer®™
The idea is to mingle with the community, not just to get to
offenders. You can't do that in a car.
Their job is to prevent crime, not to make friends.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
And the answer to "can't find enough employees" is simple, pay more=
.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Are you willing to see your taxes go up to pay them more?
Halve the number of them first. Double the pay, half the police, sam=
e number of crimes would be solved.
Post by Grikboxer®™
No they wouldn't.
The current lot couldn't organise a pissup in a brewery, get some intell=
igent police and they'd be far more efficient.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
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I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after th=
e last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real cr=
imes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crim=
es".
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. A=
nother
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traff=
ic pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberpl=
ate being the wrong font.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be agai=
nst
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot. There is no point whatsoever fo=
r doing someone for something which causes no harm.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Of course there fucking is, you moron. The alternative is chaos and=
anarchy....no rules, no regulations, and everyone does what they wan=
t.
Post by Grikboxer®™
If what you're doing harms nobody, then why shouldn't you be allowed =
to do it?
Post by Grikboxer®™
Because chaos and anarchy follow.
Bullshit, you're trying to predict the future.
Grikboxer®™
2019-08-02 17:21:01 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®™
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 20:07:34 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:45:44 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:18 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:20:25 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps.
In just about anything...standards have dropped horrendously.
It's the misconception everyone should be well educated. Now everyone's going to a "university" of some sort.
Thus devaluing 'degrees'.
Yip.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
The point is pigs ain't bright.
Some are, some aren't...much like the population at large, really.
No traffic pigs are bright. But the point is they should only employ bright people.
They have enough problems employing anyone at all.
Bullshit, we have way too many police.
Horseshit, we have way too few. When's the last time you saw one
patrolling where you live on foot?
Why do they have to be on foot? In cars they can get to the offender quicker. And I see one police car every 5 minutes here.
The idea is to mingle with the community, not just to get to
offenders. You can't do that in a car.
Their job is to prevent crime, not to make friends.
It's not about making friends...it's about getting to know the
community, gathering intelligence etc.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
And the answer to "can't find enough employees" is simple, pay more.
Are you willing to see your taxes go up to pay them more?
Halve the number of them first. Double the pay, half the police, same number of crimes would be solved.
No they wouldn't.
The current lot couldn't organise a pissup in a brewery, get some intelligent police and they'd be far more efficient.
You still need a large presence on the streets.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. Another
part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate being the wrong font.
That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be against
the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot. There is no point whatsoever for doing someone for something which causes no harm.
Of course there fucking is, you moron. The alternative is chaos and
anarchy....no rules, no regulations, and everyone does what they want.
If what you're doing harms nobody, then why shouldn't you be allowed to do it?
Because chaos and anarchy follow.
Bullshit, you're trying to predict the future.
Horseshit, you're trying to deny the obvious consequences of everyone
doing their own thing.
Peeler
2019-08-02 17:47:26 UTC
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<FLUSH another 126 !!! lines of the psychopath's and sociopath's endless
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...and much better air in here, again!
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Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 17:54:36 UTC
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On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 17:08:26 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 16:57:31 +0100, Grikboxer=C2=AE=E2=84=A2 <Grikbox=
Post by Grikboxer®™
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 20:07:34 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:45:44 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:18 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:42:43 +0100, Grikboxer=C2=AE? <Grikboxer=
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:20:25 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:40:28 +0100, Grikboxer=C2=AE? <Grikbox=
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 14:24:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Norman Wells
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch=
me for the
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the=
traffic
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels=
?
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.=
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police =
now. That's
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have=
to try to
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that =
have stopped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps.
In just about anything...standards have dropped horrendously.
It's the misconception everyone should be well educated. Now e=
veryone's going to a "university" of some sort.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Thus devaluing 'degrees'.
Yip.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Grikboxer®?
The point is pigs ain't bright.
Some are, some aren't...much like the population at large, rea=
lly.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
No traffic pigs are bright. But the point is they should only =
employ bright people.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
They have enough problems employing anyone at all.
Bullshit, we have way too many police.
Horseshit, we have way too few. When's the last time you saw one
patrolling where you live on foot?
Why do they have to be on foot? In cars they can get to the offend=
er quicker. And I see one police car every 5 minutes here.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®™
The idea is to mingle with the community, not just to get to
offenders. You can't do that in a car.
Their job is to prevent crime, not to make friends.
It's not about making friends...it's about getting to know the
community, gathering intelligence etc.
Leftwing psychological bullshit. Nobody in their right mind would give =
police information anyway. You tell them what they want to hear so you =
get let off.
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®™
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
And the answer to "can't find enough employees" is simple, pay mo=
re.
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Are you willing to see your taxes go up to pay them more?
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ame number of crimes would be solved.
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No they wouldn't.
The current lot couldn't organise a pissup in a brewery, get some int=
elligent police and they'd be far more efficient.
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You still need a large presence on the streets.
No you don't. You just need them to appear when called. To have enough=
to see everything without people having to call them would be absurd, y=
ou'd need 100 times as many.
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I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after =
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crimes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real cr=
imes".
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It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. =
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part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid tra=
ffic pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your number=
plate being the wrong font.
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offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be ag=
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the law.
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for doing someone for something which causes no harm.
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Of course there fucking is, you moron. The alternative is chaos a=
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anarchy....no rules, no regulations, and everyone does what they w=
ant.
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d to do it?
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Because chaos and anarchy follow.
Bullshit, you're trying to predict the future.
Horseshit, you're trying to deny the obvious consequences of everyone
doing their own thing.
As I said, if no harm is caused, there's no reason I shouldn't be allowe=
d to do it.
Grikboxer®™
2019-08-02 21:16:36 UTC
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I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
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And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
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They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
Just about anyone can get a degree these days.
In media studies perhaps.
In just about anything...standards have dropped horrendously.
It's the misconception everyone should be well educated. Now everyone's going to a "university" of some sort.
Thus devaluing 'degrees'.
Yip.
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The point is pigs ain't bright.
Some are, some aren't...much like the population at large, really.
No traffic pigs are bright. But the point is they should only employ bright people.
They have enough problems employing anyone at all.
Bullshit, we have way too many police.
Horseshit, we have way too few. When's the last time you saw one
patrolling where you live on foot?
Why do they have to be on foot? In cars they can get to the offender quicker. And I see one police car every 5 minutes here.
The idea is to mingle with the community, not just to get to
offenders. You can't do that in a car.
Their job is to prevent crime, not to make friends.
It's not about making friends...it's about getting to know the
community, gathering intelligence etc.
Leftwing psychological bullshit. Nobody in their right mind would give police information anyway. You tell them what they want to hear so you get let off.
You must live in a really pikey area.
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And the answer to "can't find enough employees" is simple, pay more.
Are you willing to see your taxes go up to pay them more?
Halve the number of them first. Double the pay, half the police, same number of crimes would be solved.
No they wouldn't.
The current lot couldn't organise a pissup in a brewery, get some intelligent police and they'd be far more efficient.
You still need a large presence on the streets.
No you don't. You just need them to appear when called. To have enough to see everything without people having to call them would be absurd, you'd need 100 times as many.
No you wouldn't. But without a presence on the streets, all hell
breaks loose.
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I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. Another
part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate being the wrong font.
That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be against
the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot. There is no point whatsoever for doing someone for something which causes no harm.
Of course there fucking is, you moron. The alternative is chaos and
anarchy....no rules, no regulations, and everyone does what they want.
If what you're doing harms nobody, then why shouldn't you be allowed to do it?
Because chaos and anarchy follow.
Bullshit, you're trying to predict the future.
Horseshit, you're trying to deny the obvious consequences of everyone
doing their own thing.
As I said, if no harm is caused, there's no reason I shouldn't be allowed to do it.
As I said, if everyone was allowed to do what they wanted, there'd be
absolute chaos. That in itself would be harmful.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 21:36:15 UTC
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On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 18:54:36 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 18:21:01 +0100, Grikboxer=C2=AE=E2=84=A2 <Grikbox=
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On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 17:08:26 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 16:57:31 +0100, Grikboxer=C2=AE=E2=84=A2 <Grikb=
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 20:07:34 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Horseshit, we have way too few. When's the last time you saw on=
e
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patrolling where you live on foot?
Why do they have to be on foot? In cars they can get to the offe=
nder quicker. And I see one police car every 5 minutes here.
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The idea is to mingle with the community, not just to get to
offenders. You can't do that in a car.
Their job is to prevent crime, not to make friends.
It's not about making friends...it's about getting to know the
community, gathering intelligence etc.
Leftwing psychological bullshit. Nobody in their right mind would gi=
ve police information anyway. You tell them what they want to hear so y=
ou get let off.
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You must live in a really pikey area.
In my case it's usually traffic offences, those occur in non-pikey areas=
too.
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And the answer to "can't find enough employees" is simple, pay =
more.
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Are you willing to see your taxes go up to pay them more?
Halve the number of them first. Double the pay, half the police,=
same number of crimes would be solved.
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No they wouldn't.
The current lot couldn't organise a pissup in a brewery, get some i=
ntelligent police and they'd be far more efficient.
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You still need a large presence on the streets.
No you don't. You just need them to appear when called. To have eno=
ugh to see everything without people having to call them would be absurd=
, you'd need 100 times as many.
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No you wouldn't. But without a presence on the streets, all hell
breaks loose.
There's fuck all presence. If I get mugged and just stood around waitin=
g for a cop, I'd get nowhere.
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I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks afte=
r the last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of rea=
l crimes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real =
crimes".
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It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening=
. Another
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part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid t=
raffic pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numb=
erplate being the wrong font.
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That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also=
an
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offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be =
against
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the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot. There is no point whatsoeve=
r for doing someone for something which causes no harm.
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Of course there fucking is, you moron. The alternative is chaos=
and
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anarchy....no rules, no regulations, and everyone does what they=
want.
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If what you're doing harms nobody, then why shouldn't you be allo=
wed to do it?
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Because chaos and anarchy follow.
Bullshit, you're trying to predict the future.
Horseshit, you're trying to deny the obvious consequences of everyon=
e
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doing their own thing.
As I said, if no harm is caused, there's no reason I shouldn't be all=
owed to do it.
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As I said, if everyone was allowed to do what they wanted, there'd be
absolute chaos. That in itself would be harmful.
It's only harmful if you hurt someone or remove their property.
Grikboxer®™
2019-08-02 21:44:02 UTC
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On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 18:54:36 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
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Post by Commander Kinsey
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 20:07:34 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Grikboxer®?
Horseshit, we have way too few. When's the last time you saw one
patrolling where you live on foot?
Why do they have to be on foot? In cars they can get to the offender quicker. And I see one police car every 5 minutes here.
The idea is to mingle with the community, not just to get to
offenders. You can't do that in a car.
Their job is to prevent crime, not to make friends.
It's not about making friends...it's about getting to know the
community, gathering intelligence etc.
Leftwing psychological bullshit. Nobody in their right mind would give police information anyway. You tell them what they want to hear so you get let off.
You must live in a really pikey area.
In my case it's usually traffic offences, those occur in non-pikey areas too.
Usually as a result of pikey driving.
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And the answer to "can't find enough employees" is simple, pay more.
Are you willing to see your taxes go up to pay them more?
Halve the number of them first. Double the pay, half the police, same number of crimes would be solved.
No they wouldn't.
The current lot couldn't organise a pissup in a brewery, get some intelligent police and they'd be far more efficient.
You still need a large presence on the streets.
No you don't. You just need them to appear when called. To have enough to see everything without people having to call them would be absurd, you'd need 100 times as many.
No you wouldn't. But without a presence on the streets, all hell
breaks loose.
There's fuck all presence. If I get mugged and just stood around waiting for a cop, I'd get nowhere.
That's my fucking point. If there were more police presence, which
you oppose, you would get somewhere.
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I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
It's the detectives who do that.
Police should only be solving real crimes.
Part of their job is to *prevent* real crimes from happening. Another
part is to catch stupid/careless drivers.
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate being the wrong font.
That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be against
the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot. There is no point whatsoever for doing someone for something which causes no harm.
Of course there fucking is, you moron. The alternative is chaos and
anarchy....no rules, no regulations, and everyone does what they want.
If what you're doing harms nobody, then why shouldn't you be allowed to do it?
Because chaos and anarchy follow.
Bullshit, you're trying to predict the future.
Horseshit, you're trying to deny the obvious consequences of everyone
doing their own thing.
As I said, if no harm is caused, there's no reason I shouldn't be allowed to do it.
As I said, if everyone was allowed to do what they wanted, there'd be
absolute chaos. That in itself would be harmful.
It's only harmful if you hurt someone or remove their property.
Chaos and anarchy result in lawlessness where people do get hurt.
Peeler
2019-08-02 21:46:00 UTC
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2019-08-02 16:24:58 UTC
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Norman Wells
2019-08-01 19:34:38 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:18 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
All those need intelligence.  Otherwise you just get stupid traffic
pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your
numberplate being the wrong font.
That's an offence.  Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence.  It doesn't have to be dangerous.  It just has to be against
the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot.  There is no point whatsoever for
doing someone for something which causes no harm.
Parliament decides, not you. And it has decided in its wisdom to make
attempted evasion of ANPR systems illegal.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 21:15:04 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:18 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic=
pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your
numberplate being the wrong font.
That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be agains=
t
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the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot. There is no point whatsoever for
doing someone for something which causes no harm.
Parliament decides, not you.
As we all know, parliament consists of utter imbeciles.
Post by Norman Wells
And it has decided in its wisdom to make attempted evasion of ANPR sys=
tems illegal.

Oh dear, evading big brother. Can't be having that can we? The governm=
ent spies on our every move, and people like you think it's ok.
Norman Wells
2019-08-01 22:17:16 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:18 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
All those need intelligence.  Otherwise you just get stupid traffic
pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your
numberplate being the wrong font.
That's an offence.  Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence.  It doesn't have to be dangerous.  It just has to be against
the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot.  There is no point whatsoever for
doing someone for something which causes no harm.
Parliament decides, not you.
As we all know, parliament consists of utter imbeciles.
And still you don't qualify.

Which is one reason you're not part of it, I guess.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
And it has decided in its wisdom to make attempted evasion of ANPR
systems illegal.
Oh dear, evading big brother.  Can't be having that can we?  The
government spies on our every move, and people like you think it's ok.
So, your objective is to evade ANPR.

Thought so.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 22:35:14 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:18 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traff=
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pigs doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your
numberplate being the wrong font.
That's an offence. Doing 120 mph on an empty motorway is also an
offence. It doesn't have to be dangerous. It just has to be agai=
nst
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the law.
That's my fucking point you idiot. There is no point whatsoever fo=
r
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doing someone for something which causes no harm.
Parliament decides, not you.
As we all know, parliament consists of utter imbeciles.
And still you don't qualify.
I'm not stupid enough.
Post by Norman Wells
Which is one reason you're not part of it, I guess.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
And it has decided in its wisdom to make attempted evasion of ANPR
systems illegal.
Oh dear, evading big brother. Can't be having that can we? The
government spies on our every move, and people like you think it's ok=
.
Post by Norman Wells
So, your objective is to evade ANPR.
Thought so.
I've never even had an unusual number plate. But I have no objection to=
anyone else doing so, in fact I don't think we should even have numberp=
lates. Why the fuck should the government watch our every move?
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 09:11:54 UTC
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So, your objective is to evade ANPR.
Thought so.
I've never even had an unusual number plate.  But I have no objection to
anyone else doing so, in fact I don't think we should even have
numberplates.  Why the fuck should the government watch our every move?
ANPR is actually convenient and useful.

If you're old enough to remember toll booths at the Dartford crossing,
you'd appreciate that.
Peeler
2019-08-02 09:36:49 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
ANPR is actually convenient and useful.
If you're old enough to remember toll booths at the Dartford crossing,
you'd appreciate that.
Another senile idiot who likes to suck troll cock! LOL
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 15:47:36 UTC
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So, your objective is to evade ANPR.
Thought so.
I've never even had an unusual number plate. But I have no objection to
anyone else doing so, in fact I don't think we should even have
numberplates. Why the fuck should the government watch our every move?
ANPR is actually convenient and useful.
If you're old enough to remember toll booths at the Dartford crossing,
you'd appreciate that.
The one the police stop you for is the one to steal tax from you.
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 15:56:01 UTC
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So, your objective is to evade ANPR.
Thought so.
I've never even had an unusual number plate.  But I have no objection to
anyone else doing so, in fact I don't think we should even have
numberplates.  Why the fuck should the government watch our every move?
ANPR is actually convenient and useful.
If you're old enough to remember toll booths at the Dartford crossing,
you'd appreciate that.
The one the police stop you for is the one to steal tax from you.
Excellent. Anyone who pays voluntary taxes like that gets my vote. It
means I have to pay a little less, and I like that.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 16:07:24 UTC
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So, your objective is to evade ANPR.
Thought so.
I've never even had an unusual number plate. But I have no objection to
anyone else doing so, in fact I don't think we should even have
numberplates. Why the fuck should the government watch our every move?
ANPR is actually convenient and useful.
If you're old enough to remember toll booths at the Dartford crossing,
you'd appreciate that.
The one the police stop you for is the one to steal tax from you.
Excellent. Anyone who pays voluntary taxes like that gets my vote. It
means I have to pay a little less, and I like that.
I wasn't talking about a voluntary tax, I was talking about the road tax which ANPR enforces. A completely stupid tax which should be included in the fuel duty, so you pay as you use the road.
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 16:21:21 UTC
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So, your objective is to evade ANPR.
Thought so.
I've never even had an unusual number plate.  But I have no objection to
anyone else doing so, in fact I don't think we should even have
numberplates.  Why the fuck should the government watch our every move?
ANPR is actually convenient and useful.
If you're old enough to remember toll booths at the Dartford crossing,
you'd appreciate that.
The one the police stop you for is the one to steal tax from you.
Excellent.  Anyone who pays voluntary taxes like that gets my vote.  It
means I have to pay a little less, and I like that.
I wasn't talking about a voluntary tax, I was talking about the road tax
which ANPR enforces.
Fines for not having 'road tax' are themselves a voluntary (aka
stupidity) tax. You can avoid them very easily by getting your vehicle
taxed.

But if you don't pay it, I have to pay it for you, and I don't want to.
Post by Commander Kinsey
A completely stupid tax which should be included
in the fuel duty, so you pay as you use the road.
There's an argument for that, but it's not one that has anything to do
with the font on your number plate.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 16:31:45 UTC
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So, your objective is to evade ANPR.
Thought so.
I've never even had an unusual number plate. But I have no objection to
anyone else doing so, in fact I don't think we should even have
numberplates. Why the fuck should the government watch our every move?
ANPR is actually convenient and useful.
If you're old enough to remember toll booths at the Dartford crossing,
you'd appreciate that.
The one the police stop you for is the one to steal tax from you.
Excellent. Anyone who pays voluntary taxes like that gets my vote. It
means I have to pay a little less, and I like that.
I wasn't talking about a voluntary tax, I was talking about the road tax
which ANPR enforces.
Fines for not having 'road tax' are themselves a voluntary (aka
stupidity) tax. You can avoid them very easily by getting your vehicle
taxed.
But if you don't pay it, I have to pay it for you, and I don't want to.
I was telling you (twice) that the actual road tax is what's wrong, not the fines for not paying it.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
A completely stupid tax which should be included
in the fuel duty, so you pay as you use the road.
There's an argument for that, but it's not one that has anything to do
with the font on your number plate.
You wouldn't need a special font if it was on fuel duty.
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 16:51:20 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
So, your objective is to evade ANPR.
Thought so.
I've never even had an unusual number plate.  But I have no
objection to anyone else doing so, in fact I don't think we should even have
numberplates.  Why the fuck should the government watch our every move?
ANPR is actually convenient and useful.
If you're old enough to remember toll booths at the Dartford
crossing, you'd appreciate that.
The one the police stop you for is the one to steal tax from you.
Excellent.  Anyone who pays voluntary taxes like that gets my vote.  It
means I have to pay a little less, and I like that.
I wasn't talking about a voluntary tax, I was talking about the road tax
which ANPR enforces.
Fines for not having 'road tax' are themselves a voluntary (aka
stupidity) tax.  You can avoid them very easily by getting your vehicle
taxed.
But if you don't pay it, I have to pay it for you, and I don't want to.
I was telling you (twice) that the actual road tax is what's wrong, not
the fines for not paying it.
OK. Laws can't make you conform with them. As long as you're prepared
to face the consequnces, you're perfectly free to break them. It's all
part of being grown-up.

And if you pay more in fines than you would in 'road tax', that suits me
just fine because I then don't have to pay quite as much.
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
A completely stupid tax which should be included
in the fuel duty, so you pay as you use the road.
There's an argument for that, but it's not one that has anything to do
with the font on your number plate.
You wouldn't need a special font if it was on fuel duty.
You don't need a special font anyway.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 16:56:15 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
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Post by Norman Wells
So, your objective is to evade ANPR.
Thought so.
I've never even had an unusual number plate. But I have no
objection to anyone else doing so, in fact I don't think we should even have
numberplates. Why the fuck should the government watch our every move?
ANPR is actually convenient and useful.
If you're old enough to remember toll booths at the Dartford
crossing, you'd appreciate that.
The one the police stop you for is the one to steal tax from you.
Excellent. Anyone who pays voluntary taxes like that gets my vote. It
means I have to pay a little less, and I like that.
I wasn't talking about a voluntary tax, I was talking about the road tax
which ANPR enforces.
Fines for not having 'road tax' are themselves a voluntary (aka
stupidity) tax. You can avoid them very easily by getting your vehicle
taxed.
But if you don't pay it, I have to pay it for you, and I don't want to.
I was telling you (twice) that the actual road tax is what's wrong, not
the fines for not paying it.
OK. Laws can't make you conform with them. As long as you're prepared
to face the consequnces, you're perfectly free to break them. It's all
part of being grown-up.
And if you pay more in fines than you would in 'road tax', that suits me
just fine because I then don't have to pay quite as much.
For the THIRD time now, I'm talking about the tax, not the fine.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
A completely stupid tax which should be included
in the fuel duty, so you pay as you use the road.
There's an argument for that, but it's not one that has anything to do
with the font on your number plate.
You wouldn't need a special font if it was on fuel duty.
You don't need a special font anyway.
The pigs think we do. It has to be whatever standard Ariel shit that's on them - you know, the one where the O and the 0 are identical. Doh!
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 20:58:26 UTC
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ANPR is actually convenient and useful.
If you're old enough to remember toll booths at the Dartford
crossing, you'd appreciate that.
The one the police stop you for is the one to steal tax from you.
Excellent.  Anyone who pays voluntary taxes like that gets my
vote.  It means I have to pay a little less, and I like that.
I wasn't talking about a voluntary tax, I was talking about the
road tax which ANPR enforces.
Fines for not having 'road tax' are themselves a voluntary (aka
stupidity) tax.  You can avoid them very easily by getting your vehicle
taxed.
But if you don't pay it, I have to pay it for you, and I don't want to.
I was telling you (twice) that the actual road tax is what's wrong, not
the fines for not paying it.
OK.  Laws can't make you conform with them.  As long as you're prepared
to face the consequnces, you're perfectly free to break them.  It's all
part of being grown-up.
And if you pay more in fines than you would in 'road tax', that suits me
just fine because I then don't have to pay quite as much.
For the THIRD time now, I'm talking about the tax, not the fine.
I know what you're talking about. I'm just saying that as long as
you're fined more than the tax you're being fined for not paying, that's
absolutely fine as far as I'm concerned.

People gotta be taxed somehow. Best taxes are those others like you
pay, not me. I don't care if it's in the form of the prescribed tax or
the fines for not paying it.
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
A completely stupid tax which should be included
in the fuel duty, so you pay as you use the road.
There's an argument for that, but it's not one that has anything to do
with the font on your number plate.
You wouldn't need a special font if it was on fuel duty.
You don't need a special font anyway.
The pigs think we do.  It has to be whatever standard Ariel shit that's
on them - you know, the one where the O and the 0 are identical.  Doh!
Peeler
2019-08-02 21:09:55 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
I know what you're talking about. I'm just saying that
You are just sucking his cock, senile sucker of troll cock!
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 21:32:48 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
ANPR is actually convenient and useful.
If you're old enough to remember toll booths at the Dartford
crossing, you'd appreciate that.
The one the police stop you for is the one to steal tax from you.
Excellent. Anyone who pays voluntary taxes like that gets my
vote. It means I have to pay a little less, and I like that.
I wasn't talking about a voluntary tax, I was talking about the
road tax which ANPR enforces.
Fines for not having 'road tax' are themselves a voluntary (aka
stupidity) tax. You can avoid them very easily by getting your vehicle
taxed.
But if you don't pay it, I have to pay it for you, and I don't want to.
I was telling you (twice) that the actual road tax is what's wrong, not
the fines for not paying it.
OK. Laws can't make you conform with them. As long as you're prepared
to face the consequnces, you're perfectly free to break them. It's all
part of being grown-up.
And if you pay more in fines than you would in 'road tax', that suits me
just fine because I then don't have to pay quite as much.
For the THIRD time now, I'm talking about the tax, not the fine.
I know what you're talking about. I'm just saying that as long as
you're fined more than the tax you're being fined for not paying, that's
absolutely fine as far as I'm concerned.
People gotta be taxed somehow. Best taxes are those others like you
pay, not me. I don't care if it's in the form of the prescribed tax or
the fines for not paying it.
But road tax is paid equally by all. Why should an old lady who drives 500 miles a year in a Nissan Micra pay the same as Mr Smith in a 4x4 Range Rover doing 30,000 miles a year? Mr Smith is using more fuel, causing more pollution, and wearing out the roads quicker. He should pay more. Put it all on fuel duty, it's the only fair way - pay as you use it. Anything else is left wing nonsense.
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
A completely stupid tax which should be included
in the fuel duty, so you pay as you use the road.
There's an argument for that, but it's not one that has anything to do
with the font on your number plate.
You wouldn't need a special font if it was on fuel duty.
You don't need a special font anyway.
The pigs think we do. It has to be whatever standard Ariel shit that's
on them - you know, the one where the O and the 0 are identical. Doh!
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 21:42:06 UTC
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People gotta be taxed somehow.  Best taxes are those others like you
pay, not me.  I don't care if it's in the form of the prescribed tax or
the fines for not paying it.
But road tax is paid equally by all.  Why should an old lady who drives
500 miles a year in a Nissan Micra pay the same as Mr Smith in a 4x4
Range Rover doing 30,000 miles a year?  Mr Smith is using more fuel,
causing more pollution, and wearing out the roads quicker.  He should
pay more.  Put it all on fuel duty, it's the only fair way - pay as you
use it.  Anything else is left wing nonsense.
Is that a good reason to try to avoid ANPR by having number plates in a
non-standard font?
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 21:49:27 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
People gotta be taxed somehow. Best taxes are those others like you
pay, not me. I don't care if it's in the form of the prescribed tax or
the fines for not paying it.
But road tax is paid equally by all. Why should an old lady who drives
500 miles a year in a Nissan Micra pay the same as Mr Smith in a 4x4
Range Rover doing 30,000 miles a year? Mr Smith is using more fuel,
causing more pollution, and wearing out the roads quicker. He should
pay more. Put it all on fuel duty, it's the only fair way - pay as you
use it. Anything else is left wing nonsense.
Is that a good reason to try to avoid ANPR by having number plates in a
non-standard font?
Have you ever thought people might just want to be individuals? I know 6 people who have such plates, they all did it to style their cars, not to avoid ANPR. They all have valid tax MOT and insurance. And no, none of them is me.
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 21:51:38 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
People gotta be taxed somehow.  Best taxes are those others like you
pay, not me.  I don't care if it's in the form of the prescribed tax or
the fines for not paying it.
But road tax is paid equally by all.  Why should an old lady who drives
500 miles a year in a Nissan Micra pay the same as Mr Smith in a 4x4
Range Rover doing 30,000 miles a year?  Mr Smith is using more fuel,
causing more pollution, and wearing out the roads quicker.  He should
pay more.  Put it all on fuel duty, it's the only fair way - pay as you
use it.  Anything else is left wing nonsense.
Is that a good reason to try to avoid ANPR by having number plates in a
non-standard font?
Have you ever thought people might just want to be individuals?
Not in this respect, no. It's utterly pointless.
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I know
6 people who have such plates, they all did it to style their cars, not
to avoid ANPR.  They all have valid tax MOT and insurance.  And no, none
of them is me.
Then you have very sad friends.
Peeler
2019-08-02 22:09:28 UTC
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Then you have very sad friends.
He has no friends AT ALL. That's why he needs YOU toothless senile idiot to
suck him off! <BG>
Peeler
2019-08-02 21:51:10 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
Is that a good reason to try to avoid ANPR by having number plates in a
non-standard font?
YOU don't need a reason to suck off the unwashed Scottish wanker, right,
Abnorman? You just LOVE to do it! <BG>
Peeler
2019-08-02 17:50:53 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
You don't need a special font anyway.
That unwashed Scottish troll and wanker does seem to have something
"special" for you, senile sucker of troll cock! <BG>
Peeler
2019-08-02 17:49:38 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
There's an argument for that, but it's not one that has anything to do
with the font on your number plate.
There's NO argument for sucking troll cock though, especially an unwashed
Scottish wanker's troll cock, senile sucker of Scottish troll cock!
Peeler
2019-08-02 16:26:47 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
The one the police stop you for is the one to steal tax from you.
Excellent. Anyone who pays voluntary taxes like that gets my vote. It
means I have to pay a little less, and I like that.
Obviously not as much as you like to suck the unwashed Scottish wanker's
cock, troll-feeding senile idiot!
Peeler
2019-08-01 18:59:31 UTC
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That's an offence.
BOTH, your and his stupidity ARE an offence to all normal people!
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Norman Wells
2019-08-01 19:31:25 UTC
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All those need intelligence.  Otherwise you just get stupid traffic pigs
doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate
being the wrong font.
Why would you want your numberplate to be the wrong font?

Trying to evade ANPR?
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 21:13:45 UTC
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All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic pigs
doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate
being the wrong font.
Why would you want your numberplate to be the wrong font?
Trying to evade ANPR?
No, just to make it look nicer. Or do you believe we should all drive the same cars in the same colours?

If the plate is readable, it's fine.
Norman Wells
2019-08-01 22:15:14 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
All those need intelligence.  Otherwise you just get stupid traffic pigs
doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate
being the wrong font.
Why would you want your numberplate to be the wrong font?
Trying to evade ANPR?
No, just to make it look nicer.
Who are you trying to kid?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is. By ANPR.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 22:33:56 UTC
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All those need intelligence. Otherwise you just get stupid traffic pigs
doing you for things aren't dangerous at all, like your numberplate
being the wrong font.
Why would you want your numberplate to be the wrong font?
Trying to evade ANPR?
No, just to make it look nicer.
Who are you trying to kid?
Why do you want them all to look the same? Should we perhaps ban all fonts except Ariel, everywhere?
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is. By ANPR.
Then ANPR needs improving. Too much hassle to change one computer program, lets change millions of cars. Typical government attitude.
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 09:08:09 UTC
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Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is.  By ANPR.
Then ANPR needs improving.
No, it's fine as it is.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Too much hassle to change one computer
program, lets change millions of cars.
No, no cars are 'changed'. All number plates as originally supplied are
standardised and comply with the law, so too are all legitimate
replacements. The only ones that are changed are by those who think
they're clever and, probably erroneously, in the belief that they can
escape detection by ANPR.

Rather stupidly, they flag theselves up too, like someone who has DAVE
tattooed across his forehead but claims he's Chris.
Peeler
2019-08-02 09:38:32 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
No, no cars are 'changed'. All number plates as originally supplied are
standardised and comply with the law, so too are all legitimate
replacements. The only ones that are changed are by those who think
they're clever and, probably erroneously, in the belief that they can
escape detection by ANPR.
Rather stupidly, they flag theselves up too, like someone who has DAVE
tattooed across his forehead but claims he's Chris.
It's the unwashed Scottish wanker's stench that makes him so irresistable to
you, eh, senile fool? LOL
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 15:47:12 UTC
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Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is. By ANPR.
Then ANPR needs improving.
No, it's fine as it is.
It's not fine to expect millions of motorists to use a certain font just=
for them. That's like expecting me to carry only =A35 notes when I go =
shopping at Asda.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Too much hassle to change one computer
program, lets change millions of cars.
No, no cars are 'changed'. All number plates as originally supplied a=
re
Post by Norman Wells
standardised and comply with the law, so too are all legitimate
replacements. The only ones that are changed are by those who think
they're clever and, probably erroneously, in the belief that they can
escape detection by ANPR.
Rather stupidly, they flag theselves up too, like someone who has DAVE=
tattooed across his forehead but claims he's Chris.
There's nothing stupid about using a different font. I use different fo=
nts when writing word documents too. This is the 21st century, ANPR nee=
ds to get updated. Then again, we could do away with it altogether, all=
they use it for is to make sure we've all paid their thieving car tax b=
ribe.
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 16:07:24 UTC
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Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is.  By ANPR.
Then ANPR needs improving.
No, it's fine as it is.
It's not fine to expect millions of motorists to use a certain font just
for them.  That's like expecting me to carry only £5 notes when I go
shopping at Asda.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Too much hassle to change one computer
program, lets change millions of cars.
No, no cars are 'changed'.  All number plates as originally supplied are
standardised and comply with the law, so too are all legitimate
replacements.  The only ones that are changed are by those who think
they're clever and, probably erroneously, in the belief that they can
escape detection by ANPR.
Rather stupidly, they flag theselves up too, like someone who has DAVE
tattooed across his forehead but claims he's Chris.
There's nothing stupid about using a different font.  I use different
fonts when writing word documents too.  This is the 21st century, ANPR
needs to get updated.  Then again, we could do away with it altogether,
all they use it for is to make sure we've all paid their thieving car
tax bribe.
And getting you out of car parks and congestion zones having paid the
right amount, and getting you through the Dartford toll with the minimum
of fuss and delay, and discouraging you from running certain red lights,
and ensuring that you've paid your vehicle excise duty, got an MOT and
got insurance. I think it's quite good that it makes you conform with
reasonable requirements like those. Otherwise, the cost is likely to
fall on me, and I don't like that at all.

If the price to pay for all those things is you having to have number
plates in a certain font, I'm quite happy to suffer the awful knock-on
inconvenience of that.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 16:13:11 UTC
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Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is. By ANPR.
Then ANPR needs improving.
No, it's fine as it is.
It's not fine to expect millions of motorists to use a certain font j=
ust
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for them. That's like expecting me to carry only =A35 notes when I g=
o
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shopping at Asda.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Too much hassle to change one computer
program, lets change millions of cars.
No, no cars are 'changed'. All number plates as originally supplied=
are
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
standardised and comply with the law, so too are all legitimate
replacements. The only ones that are changed are by those who think=
they're clever and, probably erroneously, in the belief that they ca=
n
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
escape detection by ANPR.
Rather stupidly, they flag theselves up too, like someone who has DA=
VE
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Post by Norman Wells
tattooed across his forehead but claims he's Chris.
There's nothing stupid about using a different font. I use different=
fonts when writing word documents too. This is the 21st century, ANP=
R
Post by Norman Wells
needs to get updated. Then again, we could do away with it altogethe=
r,
Post by Norman Wells
all they use it for is to make sure we've all paid their thieving car=
tax bribe.
And getting you out of car parks and congestion zones having paid the
right amount, and getting you through the Dartford toll with the minim=
um
Post by Norman Wells
of fuss and delay,
Well if you put a fancy plate on your car and can't use a car park, then=
you'd learn not to. However most folk never need any ANPR.
Post by Norman Wells
and discouraging you from running certain red lights,
I can work out if something's coming without using a red light.
Post by Norman Wells
and ensuring that you've paid your vehicle excise duty,
That should be included in fuel duty, that way 4x4s pay more as they use=
more fuel and are heavier and wear out the roads, and people who drive =
10 times further per year pay times as much, as they've worn out the roa=
ds ten times as much.
Post by Norman Wells
got an MOT and
got insurance. I think it's quite good that it makes you conform with=
reasonable requirements like those. Otherwise, the cost is likely to
fall on me, and I don't like that at all.
If the price to pay for all those things is you having to have number
plates in a certain font, I'm quite happy to suffer the awful knock-on=
inconvenience of that.
Your OCD is showing. Everything has to follow a set of rules, we're hum=
ans not fucking robots.
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 16:40:43 UTC
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Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is.  By ANPR.
Then ANPR needs improving.
No, it's fine as it is.
It's not fine to expect millions of motorists to use a certain font just
for them.  That's like expecting me to carry only £5 notes when I go
shopping at Asda.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Too much hassle to change one computer
program, lets change millions of cars.
No, no cars are 'changed'.  All number plates as originally supplied are
standardised and comply with the law, so too are all legitimate
replacements.  The only ones that are changed are by those who think
they're clever and, probably erroneously, in the belief that they can
escape detection by ANPR.
Rather stupidly, they flag theselves up too, like someone who has DAVE
tattooed across his forehead but claims he's Chris.
There's nothing stupid about using a different font.  I use different
fonts when writing word documents too.  This is the 21st century, ANPR
needs to get updated.  Then again, we could do away with it altogether,
all they use it for is to make sure we've all paid their thieving car
tax bribe.
And getting you out of car parks and congestion zones having paid the
right amount, and getting you through the Dartford toll with the minimum
of fuss and delay,
Well if you put a fancy plate on your car and can't use a car park, then
you'd learn not to.  However most folk never need any ANPR.
Post by Norman Wells
and discouraging you from running certain red lights,
I can work out if something's coming without using a red light.
Post by Norman Wells
and ensuring that you've paid your vehicle excise duty,
That should be included in fuel duty, that way 4x4s pay more as they use
more fuel and are heavier and wear out the roads, and people who drive
10 times further per year pay times as much, as they've worn out the
roads ten times as much.
Post by Norman Wells
got an MOT and
got insurance.  I think it's quite good that it makes you conform with
reasonable requirements like those.  Otherwise, the cost is likely to
fall on me, and I don't like that at all.
If the price to pay for all those things is you having to have number
plates in a certain font, I'm quite happy to suffer the awful knock-on
inconvenience of that.
Your OCD is showing.  Everything has to follow a set of rules, we're
humans not fucking robots.
You wanna live in society, you gotta follow its rules. Sorry, but if
you don't, a man with a big stick will make you.

I think that's how it works.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 16:55:06 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is. By ANPR.
Then ANPR needs improving.
No, it's fine as it is.
It's not fine to expect millions of motorists to use a certain font=
just
Post by Norman Wells
for them. That's like expecting me to carry only =A35 notes when I=
go
Post by Norman Wells
shopping at Asda.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Too much hassle to change one computer
program, lets change millions of cars.
No, no cars are 'changed'. All number plates as originally suppli=
ed
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
are
standardised and comply with the law, so too are all legitimate
replacements. The only ones that are changed are by those who thi=
nk
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
they're clever and, probably erroneously, in the belief that they =
can
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
escape detection by ANPR.
Rather stupidly, they flag theselves up too, like someone who has =
DAVE
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
tattooed across his forehead but claims he's Chris.
There's nothing stupid about using a different font. I use differe=
nt
Post by Norman Wells
fonts when writing word documents too. This is the 21st century, A=
NPR
Post by Norman Wells
needs to get updated. Then again, we could do away with it altoget=
her,
Post by Norman Wells
all they use it for is to make sure we've all paid their thieving c=
ar
Post by Norman Wells
tax bribe.
And getting you out of car parks and congestion zones having paid th=
e
Post by Norman Wells
right amount, and getting you through the Dartford toll with the min=
imum
Post by Norman Wells
of fuss and delay,
Well if you put a fancy plate on your car and can't use a car park, t=
hen
Post by Norman Wells
you'd learn not to. However most folk never need any ANPR.
and discouraging you from running certain red lights,
I can work out if something's coming without using a red light.
and ensuring that you've paid your vehicle excise duty,
That should be included in fuel duty, that way 4x4s pay more as they =
use
Post by Norman Wells
more fuel and are heavier and wear out the roads, and people who driv=
e
Post by Norman Wells
10 times further per year pay times as much, as they've worn out the
roads ten times as much.
got an MOT and
got insurance. I think it's quite good that it makes you conform wi=
th
Post by Norman Wells
reasonable requirements like those. Otherwise, the cost is likely t=
o
Post by Norman Wells
fall on me, and I don't like that at all.
If the price to pay for all those things is you having to have numbe=
r
Post by Norman Wells
plates in a certain font, I'm quite happy to suffer the awful knock-=
on
Post by Norman Wells
inconvenience of that.
Your OCD is showing. Everything has to follow a set of rules, we're
humans not fucking robots.
You wanna live in society, you gotta follow its rules. Sorry, but if
you don't, a man with a big stick will make you.
I think that's how it works.
The problem is you think it's ok. Why should one group of people be in =
charge? A group of people who fractionally more than half of us agree w=
ith? It's insanity.
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 21:12:15 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Your OCD is showing.  Everything has to follow a set of rules, we're
humans not fucking robots.
You wanna live in society, you gotta follow its rules.  Sorry, but if
you don't, a man with a big stick will make you.
I think that's how it works.
The problem is you think it's ok.
There's no alternative.
Post by Commander Kinsey
  Why should one group of people be in charge?
Obviously, because they know better than you. And are actually prepared
to put the effort in to do it.
Post by Commander Kinsey
  A group of people who fractionally more than half of us agree
with?  It's insanity.
No, them's the rules, sse?
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 21:34:43 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Your OCD is showing. Everything has to follow a set of rules, we're
humans not fucking robots.
You wanna live in society, you gotta follow its rules. Sorry, but if
you don't, a man with a big stick will make you.
I think that's how it works.
The problem is you think it's ok.
There's no alternative.
Of course there is. What makes you think we have to be ruled by others?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Why should one group of people be in charge?
Obviously, because they know better than you. And are actually prepared
to put the effort in to do it.
Except we have two main parties with completely differing opinions, with half the population always disagreeing with those in power. Something is terribly wrong.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
A group of people who fractionally more than half of us agree
with? It's insanity.
No, them's the rules, sse?
Are you a robot or could you at least try to think for yourself? I thought I might have an intelligent conversation with you.
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 21:48:08 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Commander Kinsey
Your OCD is showing.  Everything has to follow a set of rules, we're
humans not fucking robots.
You wanna live in society, you gotta follow its rules.  Sorry, but if
you don't, a man with a big stick will make you.
I think that's how it works.
The problem is you think it's ok.
There's no alternative.
Of course there is.  What makes you think we have to be ruled by others?
Because most of us can't be arsed to do it ourselves.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
 Why should one group of people be in charge?
Obviously, because they know better than you.  And are actually prepared
to put the effort in to do it.
Except we have two main parties with completely differing opinions, with
half the population always disagreeing with those in power.  Something
is terribly wrong.
Some issues are like that. Not all decisions are easy-peasy. It
doesn't mean anything's wrong.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
 A group of people who fractionally more than half of us agree
with?  It's insanity.
No, them's the rules, sse?
Are you a robot or could you at least try to think for yourself?  I
thought I might have an intelligent conversation with you.
I'm afraid that takes two.
Peeler
2019-08-02 22:11:17 UTC
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On Fri, 2 Aug 2019 22:48:08 +0100, Abnorman Wells, another brain damaged,
Post by Norman Wells
I'm afraid that takes two.
Not really. It's enough for him if ONE senile idiot like you keeps sucking
him off, Abnorman!
Peeler
2019-08-02 21:52:34 UTC
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On Fri, 2 Aug 2019 22:12:15 +0100, Abnorman Wells, another brain damaged,
Post by Norman Wells
There's no alternative.
Of course, there is! You can just take his unwashed cock out of your
cocksucking senile gob, senile sucker of troll cock!
Peeler
2019-08-02 17:57:11 UTC
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On Fri, 2 Aug 2019 17:40:43 +0100, Abnorman Wells, another brain damaged,
Post by Norman Wells
You wanna live in society, you gotta follow its rules. Sorry, but if
you don't, a man with a big stick will make you.
I think that's how it works.
I think you like sucking troll cock, Abnorman. That's how it works for you!
<BG>
Peeler
2019-08-02 16:28:42 UTC
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On Fri, 2 Aug 2019 17:07:24 +0100, Norman Wells, another brain damaged,
Post by Norman Wells
If the price to pay for all those things is you having to have number
plates in a certain font, I'm quite happy to suffer the awful knock-on
inconvenience of that.
Not as happy as I'm happy to knock brain damaged troll-feeding senile idiots
like you on their stupid senile heads, time and again! LOL
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 17:48:48 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is. By ANPR.
Then ANPR needs improving.
No, it's fine as it is.
It's not fine to expect millions of motorists to use a certain font j=
ust
Post by Norman Wells
for them. That's like expecting me to carry only =A35 notes when I g=
o
Post by Norman Wells
shopping at Asda.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Too much hassle to change one computer
program, lets change millions of cars.
No, no cars are 'changed'. All number plates as originally supplied=
are
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
standardised and comply with the law, so too are all legitimate
replacements. The only ones that are changed are by those who think=
they're clever and, probably erroneously, in the belief that they ca=
n
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
escape detection by ANPR.
Rather stupidly, they flag theselves up too, like someone who has DA=
VE
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
tattooed across his forehead but claims he's Chris.
There's nothing stupid about using a different font. I use different=
fonts when writing word documents too. This is the 21st century, ANP=
R
Post by Norman Wells
needs to get updated. Then again, we could do away with it altogethe=
r,
Post by Norman Wells
all they use it for is to make sure we've all paid their thieving car=
tax bribe.
And getting you out of car parks and congestion zones having paid the
right amount, and getting you through the Dartford toll with the minim=
um
Post by Norman Wells
of fuss and delay, and discouraging you from running certain red light=
s,
Post by Norman Wells
and ensuring that you've paid your vehicle excise duty, got an MOT
Well since I was stopped by the police for having no MOT, when my old on=
e had a day left and I'd got a new one a few days earlier, I don't put m=
uch faith in that system.
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 20:59:31 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Commander Kinsey
Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is.  By ANPR.
Then ANPR needs improving.
No, it's fine as it is.
It's not fine to expect millions of motorists to use a certain font just
for them.  That's like expecting me to carry only £5 notes when I go
shopping at Asda.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Too much hassle to change one computer
program, lets change millions of cars.
No, no cars are 'changed'.  All number plates as originally supplied are
standardised and comply with the law, so too are all legitimate
replacements.  The only ones that are changed are by those who think
they're clever and, probably erroneously, in the belief that they can
escape detection by ANPR.
Rather stupidly, they flag theselves up too, like someone who has DAVE
tattooed across his forehead but claims he's Chris.
There's nothing stupid about using a different font.  I use different
fonts when writing word documents too.  This is the 21st century, ANPR
needs to get updated.  Then again, we could do away with it altogether,
all they use it for is to make sure we've all paid their thieving car
tax bribe.
And getting you out of car parks and congestion zones having paid the
right amount, and getting you through the Dartford toll with the minimum
of fuss and delay, and discouraging you from running certain red lights,
and ensuring that you've paid your vehicle excise duty, got an MOT
Well since I was stopped by the police for having no MOT, when my old
one had a day left and I'd got a new one a few days earlier, I don't put
much faith in that system.
Never mind, eh.
Peeler
2019-08-02 21:12:38 UTC
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On Fri, 2 Aug 2019 21:59:31 +0100, Abnormal Wells, another brain damaged,
Post by Norman Wells
Never mind, eh.
Don't you? But you WILL keep sucking him off, right, senile idiot? <VBG>
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 21:33:08 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is. By ANPR.
Then ANPR needs improving.
No, it's fine as it is.
It's not fine to expect millions of motorists to use a certain font=
just
Post by Norman Wells
for them. That's like expecting me to carry only =A35 notes when I=
go
Post by Norman Wells
shopping at Asda.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Too much hassle to change one computer
program, lets change millions of cars.
No, no cars are 'changed'. All number plates as originally suppli=
ed
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
are
standardised and comply with the law, so too are all legitimate
replacements. The only ones that are changed are by those who thi=
nk
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
they're clever and, probably erroneously, in the belief that they =
can
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
escape detection by ANPR.
Rather stupidly, they flag theselves up too, like someone who has =
DAVE
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Norman Wells
tattooed across his forehead but claims he's Chris.
There's nothing stupid about using a different font. I use differe=
nt
Post by Norman Wells
fonts when writing word documents too. This is the 21st century, A=
NPR
Post by Norman Wells
needs to get updated. Then again, we could do away with it altoget=
her,
Post by Norman Wells
all they use it for is to make sure we've all paid their thieving c=
ar
Post by Norman Wells
tax bribe.
And getting you out of car parks and congestion zones having paid th=
e
Post by Norman Wells
right amount, and getting you through the Dartford toll with the min=
imum
Post by Norman Wells
of fuss and delay, and discouraging you from running certain red lig=
hts,
Post by Norman Wells
and ensuring that you've paid your vehicle excise duty, got an MOT
Well since I was stopped by the police for having no MOT, when my old=
one had a day left and I'd got a new one a few days earlier, I don't =
put
Post by Norman Wells
much faith in that system.
Never mind, eh.
What?
Norman Wells
2019-08-02 21:49:43 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Commander Kinsey
Or do you believe we should all drive
the same cars in the same colours?
If the plate is readable, it's fine.
The font has been chosen so that it is.  By ANPR.
Then ANPR needs improving.
No, it's fine as it is.
It's not fine to expect millions of motorists to use a certain font just
for them.  That's like expecting me to carry only £5 notes when I go
shopping at Asda.
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Too much hassle to change one computer
program, lets change millions of cars.
No, no cars are 'changed'.  All number plates as originally supplied are
standardised and comply with the law, so too are all legitimate
replacements.  The only ones that are changed are by those who think
they're clever and, probably erroneously, in the belief that they can
escape detection by ANPR.
Rather stupidly, they flag theselves up too, like someone who has DAVE
tattooed across his forehead but claims he's Chris.
There's nothing stupid about using a different font.  I use different
fonts when writing word documents too.  This is the 21st century, ANPR
needs to get updated.  Then again, we could do away with it altogether,
all they use it for is to make sure we've all paid their thieving car
tax bribe.
And getting you out of car parks and congestion zones having paid the
right amount, and getting you through the Dartford toll with the minimum
of fuss and delay, and discouraging you from running certain red lights,
and ensuring that you've paid your vehicle excise duty, got an MOT
Well since I was stopped by the police for having no MOT, when my old
one had a day left and I'd got a new one a few days earlier, I don't put
much faith in that system.
Never mind, eh.
What?
Let me put it another way.

Tough.

Your faith in the system is of no importance.
Peeler
2019-08-02 22:12:50 UTC
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On Fri, 2 Aug 2019 22:49:43 +0100, Abnorman Wells, another brain damaged,
Post by Norman Wells
What?
Let me put it another way.
Tough.
Like what? His cock in your senile gob, senile sucker of troll cock? <BG>
Norman Wells
2019-08-01 14:18:31 UTC
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Post by Norman Wells
I'm not an innocent motorist.  But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police.  What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now.  That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet.  The police I've spoken to that have stopped
me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to
solve.  He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 16:21:54 UTC
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Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped
me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to
solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, amuse them. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was once pulled over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip to get tyres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get done in a month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
Grikboxer®?
2019-08-01 16:45:26 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:21:54 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped
me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to
solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, amuse them. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was once pulled over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip to get tyres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get done in a month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
Peeler
2019-08-01 16:56:30 UTC
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bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
Post by Grikboxer®?
How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
They went easy on him after they found that he had severest mental issues,
just as is the case twith you, pedophilic psychopath!
--
Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic arguing in favour of pedophilia, again:
"A lowering of the age of consent to reflect the rate at which today's
youngsters 'mature'."
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Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 17:07:55 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:21:54 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for =
the
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic=
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. Th=
at's
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try =
to
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have sto=
pped
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last=
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crim=
es to
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes"=
.
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, amuse the=
m. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was once pulled=
over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip to get t=
yres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get done in a=
month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
Post by Grikboxer®?
How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
Some of them do a few spot checks whenever they pull someone over.
Grikboxer®?
2019-08-01 17:23:48 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:55 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:21:54 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped
me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to
solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, amuse them. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was once pulled over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip to get tyres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get done in a month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
Some of them do a few spot checks whenever they pull someone over.
Ask for a full MOT next time.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 17:46:10 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:07:55 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 17:21:54 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me fo=
r the
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traff=
ic
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. =
That's
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to tr=
y to
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Norman Wells
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have s=
topped
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the la=
st
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®?
Post by Norman Wells
Post by Commander Kinsey
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real cr=
imes to
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solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crime=
s".
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They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, amuse t=
hem. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was once pull=
ed over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip to get=
tyres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get done in=
a month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
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How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
Some of them do a few spot checks whenever they pull someone over.
Ask for a full MOT next time.
And they'll pull out a rolling road?
Grikboxer®?
2019-08-01 18:44:38 UTC
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I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped
me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to
solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, amuse them. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was once pulled over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip to get tyres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get done in a month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
Some of them do a few spot checks whenever they pull someone over.
Ask for a full MOT next time.
And they'll pull out a rolling road?
Hopefully.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-01 19:06:11 UTC
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I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me =
for the
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infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the tra=
ffic
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police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
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And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now.=
That's
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probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to =
try to
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keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have=
stopped
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me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the =
last
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random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real =
crimes to
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solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real cri=
mes".
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They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, amuse=
them. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was once pu=
lled over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip to g=
et tyres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get done =
in a month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
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How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
Some of them do a few spot checks whenever they pull someone over.
Ask for a full MOT next time.
And they'll pull out a rolling road?
Hopefully.
Cool, that'll save the stupid =A335 fee the DVLA charge.
Grikboxer®™
2019-08-02 16:01:25 UTC
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I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped
me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to
solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, amuse them. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was once pulled over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip to get tyres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get done in a month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
Some of them do a few spot checks whenever they pull someone over.
Ask for a full MOT next time.
And they'll pull out a rolling road?
Hopefully.
Cool, that'll save the stupid £35 fee the DVLA charge.
£35??? The maximum they can charge is £54.95 and in London they
generally do!
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 16:10:27 UTC
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I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch m=
e for the
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infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the t=
raffic
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police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police no=
w. That's
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probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have t=
o try to
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keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that ha=
ve stopped
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me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after th=
e last
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random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of rea=
l crimes to
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solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real c=
rimes".
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They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, amu=
se them. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was once =
pulled over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip to=
get tyres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get don=
e in a month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
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How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
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.
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Ask for a full MOT next time.
And they'll pull out a rolling road?
Hopefully.
Cool, that'll save the stupid =C2=A335 fee the DVLA charge.
=C2=A335??? The maximum they can charge is =C2=A354.95 and in London =
they
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generally do!
Then change garage. Mine charges =C2=A335. There are some as cheap as =
=C2=A320, but they charge more for the repairs that result.

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, but what the DVLA do wrong is charge you twice if you don't complete t=
he repairs in 2 weeks. If a car only needs tested once a year, then it =
certainly doesn't need testing again after 2.5 weeks. The DVLA force th=
e garage to carry out the test a second time, for no reason whatsoever.
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2019-08-02 17:23:20 UTC
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I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped
me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to
solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, amuse them. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was once pulled over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip to get tyres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get done in a month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
Some of them do a few spot checks whenever they pull someone over.
Ask for a full MOT next time.
And they'll pull out a rolling road?
Hopefully.
Cool, that'll save the stupid £35 fee the DVLA charge.
£35??? The maximum they can charge is £54.95 and in London they
generally do!
Then change garage. Mine charges £35. There are some as cheap as £20, but they charge more for the repairs that result.
Nobody charges £35 in London. The cost of living simply doesn't
justify it.
And it's fine that the garage charges money as it takes an hour to do it,
You said it didn't take an hour before. Be consistent, at least.
but what the DVLA do wrong is charge you twice if you don't complete the repairs in 2 weeks. If a car only needs tested once a year, then it certainly doesn't need testing again after 2.5 weeks. The DVLA force the garage to carry out the test a second time, for no reason whatsoever.
Them's the rules. Don't like it? Take the fucking bus.
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2019-08-02 17:53:36 UTC
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<FLUSH another load of the two clinically insane prize idiots' endless
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I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch=
me for the
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infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the=
traffic
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police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels=
?
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Just how old are you?
43.
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And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.=
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police =
now. That's
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probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have=
to try to
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keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that =
have stopped
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me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after =
the last
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random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of r=
eal crimes to
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solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real=
crimes".
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They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, a=
muse them. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was onc=
e pulled over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip =
to get tyres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get d=
one in a month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
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How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
Some of them do a few spot checks whenever they pull someone ov=
er.
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Ask for a full MOT next time.
And they'll pull out a rolling road?
Hopefully.
Cool, that'll save the stupid =C2=A335 fee the DVLA charge.
=C2=A335??? The maximum they can charge is =C2=A354.95 and in Londo=
n they
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generally do!
Then change garage. Mine charges =C2=A335. There are some as cheap =
as =C2=A320, but they charge more for the repairs that result.
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Nobody charges =C2=A335 in London. The cost of living simply doesn't
justify it.
Only a fool lives somewhere as expensive as London.
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And it's fine that the garage charges money as it takes an hour to do=
it,
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You said it didn't take an hour before. Be consistent, at least.
It's a rough estimate. My garage charges =C2=A340 including VAT for lab=
our. And =C2=A335 for the MOT, so I assume it's nearly an hour.
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but what the DVLA do wrong is charge you twice if you don't complete =
the repairs in 2 weeks. If a car only needs tested once a year, then it=
certainly doesn't need testing again after 2.5 weeks. The DVLA force t=
he garage to carry out the test a second time, for no reason whatsoever.=
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Them's the rules. Don't like it? Take the fucking bus.
Buses are for people living two centuries ago.

And the rules are nonsensical. Tell me how a car which is considered to=
need testing once a year can develop more faults in just over a fortnig=
ht.
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2019-08-02 21:19:26 UTC
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I'm not an innocent motorist. But they hardly ever catch me for the
infringements, it's a fairly simple exercise to evade the traffic
police. What do you need to join the force, two O levels?
Just how old are you?
43.
Post by Norman Wells
And how old do you think police recruits are?
When I was 20, they were taking 16 year olds out of school.
Post by Norman Wells
They're talking about needing a degree to join the police now. That's
probably the same as two O-levels used to be, but you have to try to
keep up.
Talking about, so not yet. The police I've spoken to that have stopped
me are certainly not intelligent enough to have a degree.
I asked one of them why he'd stopped me only 2 weeks after the last
random safety check, and asked if there was a shortage of real crimes to
solve. He actually said "we're not qualified to solve real crimes".
They've got a sense of humour then. That's good.
I've found it's the best way to get let off with something, amuse them. Failing that, distract them with another problem. I was once pulled over for doing 95 on a motorway, but ended up with a pink slip to get tyres and handbrake and exhaust fixed, which I was going to get done in a month's time for the MOT anyway. So it cost me nothing.
How did he/she know there was an issue with the handbrake?
Some of them do a few spot checks whenever they pull someone over.
Ask for a full MOT next time.
And they'll pull out a rolling road?
Hopefully.
Cool, that'll save the stupid £35 fee the DVLA charge.
£35??? The maximum they can charge is £54.95 and in London they
generally do!
Then change garage. Mine charges £35. There are some as cheap as £20, but they charge more for the repairs that result.
Nobody charges £35 in London. The cost of living simply doesn't
justify it.
Only a fool lives somewhere as expensive as London.
There's more people living in London than in the whole of Scotland.
Because Scotland sucks and there are no jobs there.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®™
And it's fine that the garage charges money as it takes an hour to do it,
You said it didn't take an hour before. Be consistent, at least.
It's a rough estimate. My garage charges £40 including VAT for labour. And £35 for the MOT, so I assume it's nearly an hour.
Halfords estimates 45 minutes to an hour.
Post by Commander Kinsey
Post by Grikboxer®™
but what the DVLA do wrong is charge you twice if you don't complete the repairs in 2 weeks. If a car only needs tested once a year, then it certainly doesn't need testing again after 2.5 weeks. The DVLA force the garage to carry out the test a second time, for no reason whatsoever.
Them's the rules. Don't like it? Take the fucking bus.
Buses are for people living two centuries ago.
And for normal people who can't or don't drive.
Post by Commander Kinsey
And the rules are nonsensical. Tell me how a car which is considered to need testing once a year can develop more faults in just over a fortnight.
You're missing the whole point. If they let you have six months to
complete the repairs, people like you would take six months.
Commander Kinsey
2019-08-02 21:38:54 UTC
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On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 17:10:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 17:01:25 +0100, Grikboxer=C2=AE=E2=84=A2 <Grikb=
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 20:06:11 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:46:10 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
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And they'll pull out a rolling road?
Hopefully.
Cool, that'll save the stupid =C2=A335 fee the DVLA charge.
=C2=A335??? The maximum they can charge is =C2=A354.95 and in Lon=
don they
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generally do!
Then change garage. Mine charges =C2=A335. There are some as chea=
p as =C2=A320, but they charge more for the repairs that result.
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Nobody charges =C2=A335 in London. The cost of living simply doesn'=
t
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justify it.
Only a fool lives somewhere as expensive as London.
There's more people living in London than in the whole of Scotland.
Because Scotland sucks and there are no jobs there.
But it costs fuck all to live here. If you own a 1 bedroom flat in Lond=
on, you could move to Scotland and buy a 5 bedroom house. Or a 2 bedroo=
m house and not have to work for decades.
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And it's fine that the garage charges money as it takes an hour to =
do it,
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You said it didn't take an hour before. Be consistent, at least.
It's a rough estimate. My garage charges =C2=A340 including VAT for =
labour. And =C2=A335 for the MOT, so I assume it's nearly an hour.
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Halfords estimates 45 minutes to an hour.
Sounds about right then.
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but what the DVLA do wrong is charge you twice if you don't complet=
e the repairs in 2 weeks. If a car only needs tested once a year, then =
it certainly doesn't need testing again after 2.5 weeks. The DVLA force=
the garage to carry out the test a second time, for no reason whatsoeve=
r.
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Them's the rules. Don't like it? Take the fucking bus.
Buses are for people living two centuries ago.
And for normal people who can't or don't drive.
Bicycles. Taxis.

Buses are big, slow, and get in my fucking way!
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And the rules are nonsensical. Tell me how a car which is considered=
to need testing once a year can develop more faults in just over a fort=
night.
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You're missing the whole point. If they let you have six months to
complete the repairs, people like you would take six months.
No, because I have to get it done by the end of the previous MOT. If I =
chose to start the repairs 6 months earlier, so what?
Grikboxer®™
2019-08-02 21:47:25 UTC
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On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 22:38:54 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
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On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 18:56:17 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
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On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 17:10:27 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 20:06:11 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:46:10 +0100, "Commander Kinsey"
Post by Commander Kinsey
And they'll pull out a rolling road?
Hopefully.
Cool, that'll save the stupid £35 fee the DVLA charge.
£35??? The maximum they can charge is £54.95 and in London they
generally do!
Then change garage. Mine charges £35. There are some as cheap as £20, but they charge more for the repairs that result.
Nobody charges £35 in London. The cost of living simply doesn't
justify it.
Only a fool lives somewhere as expensive as London.
There's more people living in London than in the whole of Scotland.
Because Scotland sucks and there are no jobs there.
But it costs fuck all to live here. If you own a 1 bedroom flat in London, you could move to Scotland and buy a 5 bedroom house. Or a 2 bedroom house and not have to work for decades.
But then I'd have to live in Scotland. Who'd want that?
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And it's fine that the garage charges money as it takes an hour to do it,
You said it didn't take an hour before. Be consistent, at least.
It's a rough estimate. My garage charges £40 including VAT for labour. And £35 for the MOT, so I assume it's nearly an hour.
Halfords estimates 45 minutes to an hour.
Sounds about right then.
Perhaps.
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but what the DVLA do wrong is charge you twice if you don't complete the repairs in 2 weeks. If a car only needs tested once a year, then it certainly doesn't need testing again after 2.5 weeks. The DVLA force the garage to carry out the test a second time, for no reason whatsoever.
Them's the rules. Don't like it? Take the fucking bus.
Buses are for people living two centuries ago.
And for normal people who can't or don't drive.
Bicycles. Taxis.
Bicycles are for idiots/children, taxis cost way too much.
Buses are big, slow, and get in my fucking way!
Well, that's just too fucking bad.
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And the rules are nonsensical. Tell me how a car which is considered to need testing once a year can develop more faults in just over a fortnight.
You're missing the whole point. If they let you have six months to
complete the repairs, people like you would take six months.
No, because I have to get it done by the end of the previous MOT. If I chose to start the repairs 6 months earlier, so what?
Why would you choose to start the repairs 6 months earlier when it's
the MOT that tells you what needs repairing?
Peeler
2019-08-02 22:14:32 UTC
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On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 14:47:25 -0700, clinically insane, pedophilic, serbian
bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
sexual cripple, making an ass of herself as "Grikboxer®™", farted again:

<FLUSH the two exceptional prize idiots' endless idiotic blather>

...and nothing's left, again! LOL
--
Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic answering a question whether there
is any meaningful debate to lower the age of consent:
"If there isn't, there should be."
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Peeler
2019-08-02 21:50:02 UTC
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On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 14:19:26 -0700, clinically insane, pedophilic, serbian
bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
sexual cripple, making an ass of herself as "Grikboxer®™", farted again:

<FLUSH another 100 lines of the two prize idiots' endless sick drivel>

...and much better air in here again!
--
Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic arguing in favour of pedophilia, again:
"Why do we still have outdated laws prohibiting paedophilia? Do you
seriously think that a 12-year old who spends 15 hours a day on Facebook
doesn't know what's going on?"
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Peeler
2019-08-02 16:30:17 UTC
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On Fri, 02 Aug 2019 09:01:25 -0700, clinically insane, pedophilic, serbian
bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
sexual cripple, making an ass of herself as "Grikboxer®?", farted again:

<FLUSH the psychopath's and the sociopath's latest absolutely idiot shit>

...and much better air in here, again!
--
Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic arguing in favour of pedophilia, again:
"That [referring to the term "consenting adults"] is just an outdated legal
construct. Are you telling me that a 13-year old who spends 15 hours a day
on Facebook is incapable of consent?"
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Peeler
2019-08-01 19:40:12 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 11:44:38 -0700, clinically insane, pedophilic, serbian
bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
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Hopefully.
Hopefully, BOTH of you realize that another prolonged stay in the loony bin
would be the best solution for EITHER of you!
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Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic arguing in favour of pedophilia, again:
"That [referring to the term "consenting adults"] is just an outdated legal
construct. Are you telling me that a 13-year old who spends 15 hours a day
on Facebook is incapable of consent?"
MID: <Og0VE.1298131$***@usenetxs.com>
Peeler
2019-08-01 19:06:59 UTC
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On Thu, 01 Aug 2019 10:23:48 -0700, clinically insane, pedophilic, serbian
bitch Razovic, the resident psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous
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Ask for a full MOT next time.
BOTH of you need to ask for a BRAIN CHECK ...regularly!
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Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic arguing in favour of pedophilia, again:
"Isn't it time that paedophiles were admitted to the LGBTQ rainbow?
Now that every other sexual deviation seems to have been accommodated?"
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