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4:25pm Wed 13 Feb 13

geoff51 says...

Another idiot driving too fast along unfenced roads in the forest, with no regards to the animals or the surroundings.
How many more animals have to die from stupidity before speed limits are enforced?
Another idiot driving too fast along unfenced roads in the forest, with no regards to the animals or the surroundings. How many more animals have to die from stupidity before speed limits are enforced? geoff51
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5:49pm Wed 13 Feb 13

AD07881 says...

geoff51 wrote:
Another idiot driving too fast along unfenced roads in the forest, with no regards to the animals or the surroundings.
How many more animals have to die from stupidity before speed limits are enforced?
Who said anything about speed limits being exceeded? It's very sad that an animal has been killed, but too many people are too quick to jump on the 'Maniac Driver' bandwagon. It happens every time a car accident is reported on this website and it gets a bit tedious reading it.
If everybody drove within the speed limits there will still be accidents on the roads.
[quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: Another idiot driving too fast along unfenced roads in the forest, with no regards to the animals or the surroundings. How many more animals have to die from stupidity before speed limits are enforced?[/p][/quote]Who said anything about speed limits being exceeded? It's very sad that an animal has been killed, but too many people are too quick to jump on the 'Maniac Driver' bandwagon. It happens every time a car accident is reported on this website and it gets a bit tedious reading it. If everybody drove within the speed limits there will still be accidents on the roads. AD07881
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7:41pm Wed 13 Feb 13

SPIKEISLANDTRADER says...

Burgers / Lasagne or pies you will be eating it soon . BEWARE
Burgers / Lasagne or pies you will be eating it soon . BEWARE SPIKEISLANDTRADER
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7:47pm Wed 13 Feb 13

geoff51 says...

AD07881 wrote:
geoff51 wrote:
Another idiot driving too fast along unfenced roads in the forest, with no regards to the animals or the surroundings.
How many more animals have to die from stupidity before speed limits are enforced?
Who said anything about speed limits being exceeded? It's very sad that an animal has been killed, but too many people are too quick to jump on the 'Maniac Driver' bandwagon. It happens every time a car accident is reported on this website and it gets a bit tedious reading it.
If everybody drove within the speed limits there will still be accidents on the roads.
So you would deem it acceptable if a driver hit your child whilst driving past their school at a speed which was not appropriate to the conditions?
It is most important that the driver takes the responsibility for their safe passage through the forest as animals have no concept of road sense.
I am not anti motorist, being one myself but at all times within the forest I drive making allowance for animals and always slow down for ridden horses also, and expect others to show the same respect for the forest animals.
[quote][p][bold]AD07881[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: Another idiot driving too fast along unfenced roads in the forest, with no regards to the animals or the surroundings. How many more animals have to die from stupidity before speed limits are enforced?[/p][/quote]Who said anything about speed limits being exceeded? It's very sad that an animal has been killed, but too many people are too quick to jump on the 'Maniac Driver' bandwagon. It happens every time a car accident is reported on this website and it gets a bit tedious reading it. If everybody drove within the speed limits there will still be accidents on the roads.[/p][/quote]So you would deem it acceptable if a driver hit your child whilst driving past their school at a speed which was not appropriate to the conditions? It is most important that the driver takes the responsibility for their safe passage through the forest as animals have no concept of road sense. I am not anti motorist, being one myself but at all times within the forest I drive making allowance for animals and always slow down for ridden horses also, and expect others to show the same respect for the forest animals. geoff51
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7:49pm Wed 13 Feb 13

geoff51 says...

SPIKEISLANDTRADER wrote:
Burgers / Lasagne or pies you will be eating it soon . BEWARE
As I have said before, if the death of an animal is an opportunity for a laugh you need to get a life and look in the mirror occaisionally.
You are a very sick man.
[quote][p][bold]SPIKEISLANDTRADER[/bold] wrote: Burgers / Lasagne or pies you will be eating it soon . BEWARE[/p][/quote]As I have said before, if the death of an animal is an opportunity for a laugh you need to get a life and look in the mirror occaisionally. You are a very sick man. geoff51
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7:24am Thu 14 Feb 13

rightway says...

What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt.
These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse.
Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists.
And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers.
What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt. These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse. Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists. And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers. rightway
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8:27am Thu 14 Feb 13

AD07881 says...

geoff51 wrote:
AD07881 wrote:
geoff51 wrote:
Another idiot driving too fast along unfenced roads in the forest, with no regards to the animals or the surroundings.
How many more animals have to die from stupidity before speed limits are enforced?
Who said anything about speed limits being exceeded? It's very sad that an animal has been killed, but too many people are too quick to jump on the 'Maniac Driver' bandwagon. It happens every time a car accident is reported on this website and it gets a bit tedious reading it.
If everybody drove within the speed limits there will still be accidents on the roads.
So you would deem it acceptable if a driver hit your child whilst driving past their school at a speed which was not appropriate to the conditions?
It is most important that the driver takes the responsibility for their safe passage through the forest as animals have no concept of road sense.
I am not anti motorist, being one myself but at all times within the forest I drive making allowance for animals and always slow down for ridden horses also, and expect others to show the same respect for the forest animals.
How the F have you come to that conclusion! I said nobody was speeding and that accidents will always happen. Hang on let me have a go at your logic....

So geoff51, based on what you said above regarding drivers taking more care on the roads, you think its acceptable that I should come round your house a take a dump in your fridge?

No wonder your a loner, just looking for an argument all the time.
[quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AD07881[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: Another idiot driving too fast along unfenced roads in the forest, with no regards to the animals or the surroundings. How many more animals have to die from stupidity before speed limits are enforced?[/p][/quote]Who said anything about speed limits being exceeded? It's very sad that an animal has been killed, but too many people are too quick to jump on the 'Maniac Driver' bandwagon. It happens every time a car accident is reported on this website and it gets a bit tedious reading it. If everybody drove within the speed limits there will still be accidents on the roads.[/p][/quote]So you would deem it acceptable if a driver hit your child whilst driving past their school at a speed which was not appropriate to the conditions? It is most important that the driver takes the responsibility for their safe passage through the forest as animals have no concept of road sense. I am not anti motorist, being one myself but at all times within the forest I drive making allowance for animals and always slow down for ridden horses also, and expect others to show the same respect for the forest animals.[/p][/quote]How the F have you come to that conclusion! I said nobody was speeding and that accidents will always happen. Hang on let me have a go at your logic.... So geoff51, based on what you said above regarding drivers taking more care on the roads, you think its acceptable that I should come round your house a take a dump in your fridge? No wonder your a loner, just looking for an argument all the time. AD07881
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11:43am Thu 14 Feb 13

Subject48 says...

maybe if there were fences runing along the road this wouldin't happen ?
maybe if there were fences runing along the road this wouldin't happen ? Subject48
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8:10pm Thu 14 Feb 13

geoff51 says...

rightway wrote:
What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt.
These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse.
Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists.
And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers.
Any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal!
If you actually got out of your narrow town chav existance you would notice there are quite a large amount of Shetlands loose in the forest.
They are not as you insultingly put it Toy horses and the owners have a legal right to graze the horses on the forest and it it their grazing that prevents the forest from becoming totally over grown.
For your information I am not a tree hugger or thick just concerned about the New Forest and its animals and traditions
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt. These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse. Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists. And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers.[/p][/quote]Any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal! If you actually got out of your narrow town chav existance you would notice there are quite a large amount of Shetlands loose in the forest. They are not as you insultingly put it Toy horses and the owners have a legal right to graze the horses on the forest and it it their grazing that prevents the forest from becoming totally over grown. For your information I am not a tree hugger or thick just concerned about the New Forest and its animals and traditions geoff51
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8:18pm Thu 14 Feb 13

geoff51 says...

AD07881 wrote:
geoff51 wrote:
AD07881 wrote:
geoff51 wrote:
Another idiot driving too fast along unfenced roads in the forest, with no regards to the animals or the surroundings.
How many more animals have to die from stupidity before speed limits are enforced?
Who said anything about speed limits being exceeded? It's very sad that an animal has been killed, but too many people are too quick to jump on the 'Maniac Driver' bandwagon. It happens every time a car accident is reported on this website and it gets a bit tedious reading it.
If everybody drove within the speed limits there will still be accidents on the roads.
So you would deem it acceptable if a driver hit your child whilst driving past their school at a speed which was not appropriate to the conditions?
It is most important that the driver takes the responsibility for their safe passage through the forest as animals have no concept of road sense.
I am not anti motorist, being one myself but at all times within the forest I drive making allowance for animals and always slow down for ridden horses also, and expect others to show the same respect for the forest animals.
How the F have you come to that conclusion! I said nobody was speeding and that accidents will always happen. Hang on let me have a go at your logic....

So geoff51, based on what you said above regarding drivers taking more care on the roads, you think its acceptable that I should come round your house a take a dump in your fridge?

No wonder your a loner, just looking for an argument all the time.
How do you know noone was speeding unless it was you who was the guilty driver, in which case you owe the animals owner for the value of the animal.
What is the comparison with dumping in a fridge I am at a loss to understand.
I am not a loner as you put it just a person who cares for the forest and its traditions and believe that the driver at all times is responsible for their actions
[quote][p][bold]AD07881[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AD07881[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: Another idiot driving too fast along unfenced roads in the forest, with no regards to the animals or the surroundings. How many more animals have to die from stupidity before speed limits are enforced?[/p][/quote]Who said anything about speed limits being exceeded? It's very sad that an animal has been killed, but too many people are too quick to jump on the 'Maniac Driver' bandwagon. It happens every time a car accident is reported on this website and it gets a bit tedious reading it. If everybody drove within the speed limits there will still be accidents on the roads.[/p][/quote]So you would deem it acceptable if a driver hit your child whilst driving past their school at a speed which was not appropriate to the conditions? It is most important that the driver takes the responsibility for their safe passage through the forest as animals have no concept of road sense. I am not anti motorist, being one myself but at all times within the forest I drive making allowance for animals and always slow down for ridden horses also, and expect others to show the same respect for the forest animals.[/p][/quote]How the F have you come to that conclusion! I said nobody was speeding and that accidents will always happen. Hang on let me have a go at your logic.... So geoff51, based on what you said above regarding drivers taking more care on the roads, you think its acceptable that I should come round your house a take a dump in your fridge? No wonder your a loner, just looking for an argument all the time.[/p][/quote]How do you know noone was speeding unless it was you who was the guilty driver, in which case you owe the animals owner for the value of the animal. What is the comparison with dumping in a fridge I am at a loss to understand. I am not a loner as you put it just a person who cares for the forest and its traditions and believe that the driver at all times is responsible for their actions geoff51
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8:20pm Thu 14 Feb 13

geoff51 says...

Subject48 wrote:
maybe if there were fences runing along the road this wouldin't happen ?
Are you ready to put your hands in your pocket to pay for fencing?
The forest is a national park and if you fence it in it will just become fields.
[quote][p][bold]Subject48[/bold] wrote: maybe if there were fences runing along the road this wouldin't happen ?[/p][/quote]Are you ready to put your hands in your pocket to pay for fencing? The forest is a national park and if you fence it in it will just become fields. geoff51
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8:28am Fri 15 Feb 13

rightway says...

geoff51 wrote:
rightway wrote: What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt. These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse. Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists. And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers.
Any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal! If you actually got out of your narrow town chav existance you would notice there are quite a large amount of Shetlands loose in the forest. They are not as you insultingly put it Toy horses and the owners have a legal right to graze the horses on the forest and it it their grazing that prevents the forest from becoming totally over grown. For your information I am not a tree hugger or thick just concerned about the New Forest and its animals and traditions
You seem very quick to jump to conclusions about others, you know nothing about me or where I live, but what I do know is the only narrow mind is yours. Obviously no-one knows anything about the New Forest or its traditions but you, making the opinions of others worthless. You state “any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal” yet in an earlier rant you asked if it was acceptable if someone’s child was killed through excess speed, so I must ask the question if a child passenger was killed in this accident would that be acceptable punishment for the death of a toy horse.
You may not be a tree hugger but what you clearly are is an angry little man that the world has, and always will ignore.
[quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt. These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse. Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists. And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers.[/p][/quote]Any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal! If you actually got out of your narrow town chav existance you would notice there are quite a large amount of Shetlands loose in the forest. They are not as you insultingly put it Toy horses and the owners have a legal right to graze the horses on the forest and it it their grazing that prevents the forest from becoming totally over grown. For your information I am not a tree hugger or thick just concerned about the New Forest and its animals and traditions[/p][/quote]You seem very quick to jump to conclusions about others, you know nothing about me or where I live, but what I do know is the only narrow mind is yours. Obviously no-one knows anything about the New Forest or its traditions but you, making the opinions of others worthless. You state “any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal” yet in an earlier rant you asked if it was acceptable if someone’s child was killed through excess speed, so I must ask the question if a child passenger was killed in this accident would that be acceptable punishment for the death of a toy horse. You may not be a tree hugger but what you clearly are is an angry little man that the world has, and always will ignore. rightway
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8:35am Fri 15 Feb 13

AD07881 says...

rightway wrote:
geoff51 wrote:
rightway wrote: What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt. These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse. Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists. And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers.
Any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal! If you actually got out of your narrow town chav existance you would notice there are quite a large amount of Shetlands loose in the forest. They are not as you insultingly put it Toy horses and the owners have a legal right to graze the horses on the forest and it it their grazing that prevents the forest from becoming totally over grown. For your information I am not a tree hugger or thick just concerned about the New Forest and its animals and traditions
You seem very quick to jump to conclusions about others, you know nothing about me or where I live, but what I do know is the only narrow mind is yours. Obviously no-one knows anything about the New Forest or its traditions but you, making the opinions of others worthless. You state “any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal” yet in an earlier rant you asked if it was acceptable if someone’s child was killed through excess speed, so I must ask the question if a child passenger was killed in this accident would that be acceptable punishment for the death of a toy horse.
You may not be a tree hugger but what you clearly are is an angry little man that the world has, and always will ignore.
+1
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt. These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse. Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists. And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers.[/p][/quote]Any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal! If you actually got out of your narrow town chav existance you would notice there are quite a large amount of Shetlands loose in the forest. They are not as you insultingly put it Toy horses and the owners have a legal right to graze the horses on the forest and it it their grazing that prevents the forest from becoming totally over grown. For your information I am not a tree hugger or thick just concerned about the New Forest and its animals and traditions[/p][/quote]You seem very quick to jump to conclusions about others, you know nothing about me or where I live, but what I do know is the only narrow mind is yours. Obviously no-one knows anything about the New Forest or its traditions but you, making the opinions of others worthless. You state “any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal” yet in an earlier rant you asked if it was acceptable if someone’s child was killed through excess speed, so I must ask the question if a child passenger was killed in this accident would that be acceptable punishment for the death of a toy horse. You may not be a tree hugger but what you clearly are is an angry little man that the world has, and always will ignore.[/p][/quote]+1 AD07881
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7:55pm Fri 15 Feb 13

geoff51 says...

rightway wrote:
geoff51 wrote:
rightway wrote: What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt. These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse. Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists. And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers.
Any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal! If you actually got out of your narrow town chav existance you would notice there are quite a large amount of Shetlands loose in the forest. They are not as you insultingly put it Toy horses and the owners have a legal right to graze the horses on the forest and it it their grazing that prevents the forest from becoming totally over grown. For your information I am not a tree hugger or thick just concerned about the New Forest and its animals and traditions
You seem very quick to jump to conclusions about others, you know nothing about me or where I live, but what I do know is the only narrow mind is yours. Obviously no-one knows anything about the New Forest or its traditions but you, making the opinions of others worthless. You state “any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal” yet in an earlier rant you asked if it was acceptable if someone’s child was killed through excess speed, so I must ask the question if a child passenger was killed in this accident would that be acceptable punishment for the death of a toy horse.
You may not be a tree hugger but what you clearly are is an angry little man that the world has, and always will ignore.
If being concerned for the safety and wellbeing of forest animals is being a angry little man the i am proud to be guilty.
You unfortunately have a very insular view of your God given rights to treat the rest of the world as though it owes you something which is typical of todays attitudes and has created a situation where animals are put there to get in the way when you are driving badly through the forest.
With regards to the child passenger it is your responsibility to look after them and should therefore be driving in such a safe manner that they would not be put at risk which would mean that you would be on the look out for loose animals.
You cant have it both ways!
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt. These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse. Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists. And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers.[/p][/quote]Any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal! If you actually got out of your narrow town chav existance you would notice there are quite a large amount of Shetlands loose in the forest. They are not as you insultingly put it Toy horses and the owners have a legal right to graze the horses on the forest and it it their grazing that prevents the forest from becoming totally over grown. For your information I am not a tree hugger or thick just concerned about the New Forest and its animals and traditions[/p][/quote]You seem very quick to jump to conclusions about others, you know nothing about me or where I live, but what I do know is the only narrow mind is yours. Obviously no-one knows anything about the New Forest or its traditions but you, making the opinions of others worthless. You state “any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal” yet in an earlier rant you asked if it was acceptable if someone’s child was killed through excess speed, so I must ask the question if a child passenger was killed in this accident would that be acceptable punishment for the death of a toy horse. You may not be a tree hugger but what you clearly are is an angry little man that the world has, and always will ignore.[/p][/quote]If being concerned for the safety and wellbeing of forest animals is being a angry little man the i am proud to be guilty. You unfortunately have a very insular view of your God given rights to treat the rest of the world as though it owes you something which is typical of todays attitudes and has created a situation where animals are put there to get in the way when you are driving badly through the forest. With regards to the child passenger it is your responsibility to look after them and should therefore be driving in such a safe manner that they would not be put at risk which would mean that you would be on the look out for loose animals. You cant have it both ways! geoff51
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10:15am Sat 16 Feb 13

rightway says...

geoff51 wrote:
rightway wrote:
geoff51 wrote:
rightway wrote: What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt. These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse. Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists. And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers.
Any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal! If you actually got out of your narrow town chav existance you would notice there are quite a large amount of Shetlands loose in the forest. They are not as you insultingly put it Toy horses and the owners have a legal right to graze the horses on the forest and it it their grazing that prevents the forest from becoming totally over grown. For your information I am not a tree hugger or thick just concerned about the New Forest and its animals and traditions
You seem very quick to jump to conclusions about others, you know nothing about me or where I live, but what I do know is the only narrow mind is yours. Obviously no-one knows anything about the New Forest or its traditions but you, making the opinions of others worthless. You state “any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal” yet in an earlier rant you asked if it was acceptable if someone’s child was killed through excess speed, so I must ask the question if a child passenger was killed in this accident would that be acceptable punishment for the death of a toy horse. You may not be a tree hugger but what you clearly are is an angry little man that the world has, and always will ignore.
If being concerned for the safety and wellbeing of forest animals is being a angry little man the i am proud to be guilty. You unfortunately have a very insular view of your God given rights to treat the rest of the world as though it owes you something which is typical of todays attitudes and has created a situation where animals are put there to get in the way when you are driving badly through the forest. With regards to the child passenger it is your responsibility to look after them and should therefore be driving in such a safe manner that they would not be put at risk which would mean that you would be on the look out for loose animals. You cant have it both ways!
Once again, jumping to conclusions.
I'll now add boring to angry little man.
[quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]geoff51[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: What about the damage to the vehicle and were any humans hurt. These are the facts that should be reported not the news about some flee bitten toy horse. Lets hope the owner of the toy horse is prosecuted, only then will people start looking after their animals making the road safer for motorists. And before the do-gooders start, ponies are not an indigenous species they were introduced, in this particular case the name “Shetland” pony should make that abundantly clear to the thickest of tree huggers.[/p][/quote]Any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal! If you actually got out of your narrow town chav existance you would notice there are quite a large amount of Shetlands loose in the forest. They are not as you insultingly put it Toy horses and the owners have a legal right to graze the horses on the forest and it it their grazing that prevents the forest from becoming totally over grown. For your information I am not a tree hugger or thick just concerned about the New Forest and its animals and traditions[/p][/quote]You seem very quick to jump to conclusions about others, you know nothing about me or where I live, but what I do know is the only narrow mind is yours. Obviously no-one knows anything about the New Forest or its traditions but you, making the opinions of others worthless. You state “any damage to the car or injury to occupants will be punishment for killing an animal” yet in an earlier rant you asked if it was acceptable if someone’s child was killed through excess speed, so I must ask the question if a child passenger was killed in this accident would that be acceptable punishment for the death of a toy horse. You may not be a tree hugger but what you clearly are is an angry little man that the world has, and always will ignore.[/p][/quote]If being concerned for the safety and wellbeing of forest animals is being a angry little man the i am proud to be guilty. You unfortunately have a very insular view of your God given rights to treat the rest of the world as though it owes you something which is typical of todays attitudes and has created a situation where animals are put there to get in the way when you are driving badly through the forest. With regards to the child passenger it is your responsibility to look after them and should therefore be driving in such a safe manner that they would not be put at risk which would mean that you would be on the look out for loose animals. You cant have it both ways![/p][/quote]Once again, jumping to conclusions. I'll now add boring to angry little man. rightway
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