Bus services stopped again by yob stone attacks in Millbrook, Southampton

Daily Echo: Bus services in Millbrook, Southampton, have been stopped again after yobs attacked them with rocks Bus services in Millbrook, Southampton, have been stopped again after yobs attacked them with rocks

A BUS firm has stopped services through a Hampshire housing estate after yobs pelted single-deckers with rocks.

One of the attacks shattered three windows on First number two service while several frightened passengers were on board as it drove along Redbridge Hill in Millbrook.

It was one of a string of attacks on number two services.

Daily Echo:

First has diverted the bus route away from Redbridge Hill until further notice for the safety of staff and passengers, and has reported the issue to police.

Now the service, which runs from Millbrook to Southampton city centre, will go via Romsey Road on to Wimpson Lane.

Last week’s attacks are not the first time that buses driving through Millbrook have been the target of mindless vandals.

In March last year, Blue Star suspended services in the area after youths pelted a single-decker with bricks and stones, shattering a window and terrifying the passengers on board.

Daily Echo:

It resulted in an emergency meeting between councillors, police and bus companies to stamp out the vandalism, to ensure services kept running through the area.

Chris Chester, business manager for First, said: “We are currently working with the police and Southampton City Council to identify the individuals involved in endangering passengers and staff safety.

“We would welcome information from anyone who either witnessed or knows anything about the incidents.”

Millbrook ward councillor Georgie Laming said: “I know we have had issues with other bus services being cancelled in the past because of this and I completely understand why First would do that, because the welfare of the drivers.

Daily Echo:

“We have worked together to resolve these problems before. This is the kind of thing that gets brought up in police and community together meetings and people need to keep reporting it to the police so they can deal with it.

Police are investigating the attacks, if anyone has any information they can call 101.

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7:18am Tue 18 Feb 14

WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER. says...

Lazy wrote:
STOP ALL SERVICES TO MILLBROOK...LET THE F**ERS WALK !
Good idea .
[quote][p][bold]Lazy[/bold] wrote: STOP ALL SERVICES TO MILLBROOK...LET THE F**ERS WALK ![/p][/quote]Good idea . WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER.
  • Score: 44

7:29am Tue 18 Feb 14

Hampshire Rose says...

What a stupid comment. As reported the vandals are mindless youths who clearly have little parental control, fear of the police or respect for their community.
Why should the elderly, disabled or young families have to walk.
Some of us, in fact, most people in Maybush are decent law abiding citizens.
Don't generalise.
What a stupid comment. As reported the vandals are mindless youths who clearly have little parental control, fear of the police or respect for their community. Why should the elderly, disabled or young families have to walk. Some of us, in fact, most people in Maybush are decent law abiding citizens. Don't generalise. Hampshire Rose
  • Score: 43

7:41am Tue 18 Feb 14

Huey says...

Scummy areas filled with packs of feral kids and disinterested ignorant adults. Ahhhhh what a place.
Scummy areas filled with packs of feral kids and disinterested ignorant adults. Ahhhhh what a place. Huey
  • Score: 40

7:55am Tue 18 Feb 14

oldage says...

Most that travel on buses through Millbrook have lazy passes .Let them walk
Most that travel on buses through Millbrook have lazy passes .Let them walk oldage
  • Score: -9

8:21am Tue 18 Feb 14

Queen Victoria says...

bet their mums are so proud with the way they have raised their offspring.
bet their mums are so proud with the way they have raised their offspring. Queen Victoria
  • Score: 55

8:26am Tue 18 Feb 14

I work!!! says...

I have had the misfortune to wait after work for buses opposite Redbridge Fire Station There are a group of young kids throwing items at cars, cyclists and buses (and perople too) The irony is this is outside the police station These thuugs areonly about 8 - I bet their parents dont care or dont know what their little darlings are doing - why dont the police actuially look at whats going on on their doorstep
I have had the misfortune to wait after work for buses opposite Redbridge Fire Station There are a group of young kids throwing items at cars, cyclists and buses (and perople too) The irony is this is outside the police station These thuugs areonly about 8 - I bet their parents dont care or dont know what their little darlings are doing - why dont the police actuially look at whats going on on their doorstep I work!!!
  • Score: 69

8:26am Tue 18 Feb 14

loosehead says...

Redbridge Hill? Redbridge Fire Station isn't that where the Police were setting up shop?
I don't know if they've moved in there yet but if they have how come they haven't noticed the yobs outside the tower block? isn't there a basketball court/yob gathering spot plus a boxing gym near there?
I went to look at a house near there when I first came back from Thailand & saw the yobs so didn't buy
Redbridge Hill? Redbridge Fire Station isn't that where the Police were setting up shop? I don't know if they've moved in there yet but if they have how come they haven't noticed the yobs outside the tower block? isn't there a basketball court/yob gathering spot plus a boxing gym near there? I went to look at a house near there when I first came back from Thailand & saw the yobs so didn't buy loosehead
  • Score: 14

8:37am Tue 18 Feb 14

SaintAsh1964 says...

God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again.
This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush.
I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.
God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again. This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush. I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks. SaintAsh1964
  • Score: -58

9:11am Tue 18 Feb 14

dc4306 says...

SaintAsh1964 wrote:
God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again.
This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush.
I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.
really I have two sons now married with children who have never been a nuisance to anyone or been in any trouble because I always knew where they were and gave them encouragement to be interested in activites like sport and the Duke of Edinburgh award maybe if the parents Put a little bit more effort into their children they wouldnt be hanging around on street corners being BORED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again. This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush. I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.[/p][/quote]really I have two sons now married with children who have never been a nuisance to anyone or been in any trouble because I always knew where they were and gave them encouragement to be interested in activites like sport and the Duke of Edinburgh award maybe if the parents Put a little bit more effort into their children they wouldnt be hanging around on street corners being BORED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! dc4306
  • Score: 74

9:27am Tue 18 Feb 14

Sovietobserver says...

The truth is that the concerned parties who want this problem eradicated, the police, bus companies, councillors, and the decent citizens who are suffering the consequences from the actions of these mindless idiots, will already know in advance from past experience, that if they are caught and taken to their homes, their parents reaction will be more bothered by the fact that their unruly offspring have been caught in the act, than that they have endangered other peoples' lives.
The truth is that the concerned parties who want this problem eradicated, the police, bus companies, councillors, and the decent citizens who are suffering the consequences from the actions of these mindless idiots, will already know in advance from past experience, that if they are caught and taken to their homes, their parents reaction will be more bothered by the fact that their unruly offspring have been caught in the act, than that they have endangered other peoples' lives. Sovietobserver
  • Score: 29

9:31am Tue 18 Feb 14

Taskforce 141 says...

dc4306 wrote:
SaintAsh1964 wrote:
God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again.
This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush.
I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.
really I have two sons now married with children who have never been a nuisance to anyone or been in any trouble because I always knew where they were and gave them encouragement to be interested in activites like sport and the Duke of Edinburgh award maybe if the parents Put a little bit more effort into their children they wouldnt be hanging around on street corners being BORED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Perhaps they were to clever to get caught doing mischief!

I know in my case it was more of me being wise not to get caught rather than not do 'naughty' things. although i never did anything that would harm others like hurl rocks at buses, but the element of adventure for doing something we shouldnt do is in all of us...
[quote][p][bold]dc4306[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again. This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush. I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.[/p][/quote]really I have two sons now married with children who have never been a nuisance to anyone or been in any trouble because I always knew where they were and gave them encouragement to be interested in activites like sport and the Duke of Edinburgh award maybe if the parents Put a little bit more effort into their children they wouldnt be hanging around on street corners being BORED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Perhaps they were to clever to get caught doing mischief! I know in my case it was more of me being wise not to get caught rather than not do 'naughty' things. although i never did anything that would harm others like hurl rocks at buses, but the element of adventure for doing something we shouldnt do is in all of us... Taskforce 141
  • Score: -28

9:37am Tue 18 Feb 14

SaintAsh1964 says...

dc4306 wrote:
SaintAsh1964 wrote:
God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again.
This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush.
I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.
really I have two sons now married with children who have never been a nuisance to anyone or been in any trouble because I always knew where they were and gave them encouragement to be interested in activites like sport and the Duke of Edinburgh award maybe if the parents Put a little bit more effort into their children they wouldnt be hanging around on street corners being BORED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Don't get me wrong, I'm not condoning this behavior, but people who make comment's like "let them walk" or that its a scummy area ect ect get up my ar3e to be honest.
And I congratulate you on bringing up successfully two Children, I have done the same with three, but I would never be so naive to assume they had never done anything wrong or tried anything stupid when growing up,I know I did.
[quote][p][bold]dc4306[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again. This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush. I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.[/p][/quote]really I have two sons now married with children who have never been a nuisance to anyone or been in any trouble because I always knew where they were and gave them encouragement to be interested in activites like sport and the Duke of Edinburgh award maybe if the parents Put a little bit more effort into their children they wouldnt be hanging around on street corners being BORED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]Don't get me wrong, I'm not condoning this behavior, but people who make comment's like "let them walk" or that its a scummy area ect ect get up my ar3e to be honest. And I congratulate you on bringing up successfully two Children, I have done the same with three, but I would never be so naive to assume they had never done anything wrong or tried anything stupid when growing up,I know I did. SaintAsh1964
  • Score: -8

9:44am Tue 18 Feb 14

Tenderhearts wife says...

the people that will suffer the most at the hands of these 'feral scum' are the elderly that have the misfortune to live on the Millbrook estate. hopefully once it starts to effect the grandparents of these 'scum' then perhaps they might realize the consequences of their actions?
I also believe that the parents will not give a **** if confronted at their front door by the police regarding their little darlings behaviour, unfortunately that is the society that we have created by dealing with kids with the softly-softly approach. I brought up 3 kids alone, I worked and took them to Boy & Girls Brigade, football, brass band & swimming in the evenings. They were not roaming the streets terrorising other people and bringing the police to my door. It was hard work but the input into my kids was worth the end result, three great young, respectful adults.
the people that will suffer the most at the hands of these 'feral scum' are the elderly that have the misfortune to live on the Millbrook estate. hopefully once it starts to effect the grandparents of these 'scum' then perhaps they might realize the consequences of their actions? I also believe that the parents will not give a **** if confronted at their front door by the police regarding their little darlings behaviour, unfortunately that is the society that we have created by dealing with kids with the softly-softly approach. I brought up 3 kids alone, I worked and took them to Boy & Girls Brigade, football, brass band & swimming in the evenings. They were not roaming the streets terrorising other people and bringing the police to my door. It was hard work but the input into my kids was worth the end result, three great young, respectful adults. Tenderhearts wife
  • Score: 22

9:49am Tue 18 Feb 14

ToastyTea says...

common kids from a common area yuk
common kids from a common area yuk ToastyTea
  • Score: -1

9:54am Tue 18 Feb 14

sotonboy84 says...

There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing. sotonboy84
  • Score: 25

10:09am Tue 18 Feb 14

Lone Ranger. says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates"
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...... This is EXACTLY what you have done
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates" . ...... This is EXACTLY what you have done Lone Ranger.
  • Score: -24

10:12am Tue 18 Feb 14

Linesman says...

This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power.

It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.
This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power. It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff. Linesman
  • Score: 4

10:15am Tue 18 Feb 14

sotonboy84 says...

Lone Ranger. wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates"
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...... This is EXACTLY what you have done
Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER...

"BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing."

Get your kicks elsewhere.
[quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates" . ...... This is EXACTLY what you have done[/p][/quote]Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER... "BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing." Get your kicks elsewhere. sotonboy84
  • Score: 18

10:20am Tue 18 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

ToastyTea wrote:
common kids from a common area yuk
The ignorance of your comment is as offensive as some of the behaviour these children exhibit.
[quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: common kids from a common area yuk[/p][/quote]The ignorance of your comment is as offensive as some of the behaviour these children exhibit. KSO16R
  • Score: -1

10:44am Tue 18 Feb 14

Lone Ranger. says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates"
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...... This is EXACTLY what you have done
Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER...

"BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing."

Get your kicks elsewhere.
Oh dear .... a little touchy this morning. Wrong time of the month ??
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As boring and predictable as it was .... I did read your post schoolboy84 ....
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However if you had read my response as carefully as you expect others to do, .. you will have seen that i did not disagree with it ..... but just noticed the point i raised.
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As regards getting my kicks elsewhere ....... Why ? .... you deliver everything that makes me realise that I am only too appreciative of my background and upbringing ...... that i will never adopt an attitude or disrespect for my fellow human beings ....... Council estate or not
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates" . ...... This is EXACTLY what you have done[/p][/quote]Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER... "BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing." Get your kicks elsewhere.[/p][/quote]Oh dear .... a little touchy this morning. Wrong time of the month ?? . As boring and predictable as it was .... I did read your post schoolboy84 .... . However if you had read my response as carefully as you expect others to do, .. you will have seen that i did not disagree with it ..... but just noticed the point i raised. . As regards getting my kicks elsewhere ....... Why ? .... you deliver everything that makes me realise that I am only too appreciative of my background and upbringing ...... that i will never adopt an attitude or disrespect for my fellow human beings ....... Council estate or not Lone Ranger.
  • Score: -18

10:53am Tue 18 Feb 14

St.Winch70 says...

Tenderhearts wife wrote:
the people that will suffer the most at the hands of these 'feral scum' are the elderly that have the misfortune to live on the Millbrook estate. hopefully once it starts to effect the grandparents of these 'scum' then perhaps they might realize the consequences of their actions?
I also believe that the parents will not give a **** if confronted at their front door by the police regarding their little darlings behaviour, unfortunately that is the society that we have created by dealing with kids with the softly-softly approach. I brought up 3 kids alone, I worked and took them to Boy & Girls Brigade, football, brass band & swimming in the evenings. They were not roaming the streets terrorising other people and bringing the police to my door. It was hard work but the input into my kids was worth the end result, three great young, respectful adults.
I also feel for the elderly that live on Millbrook estate. These folk have probably lived in the area for 50+ years, just imagine the decline they have witnessed to their area which was once a leafy place with wide open green spaces that kids were happy to run about in and play (most time with their parents also) Now what do they have.? Local parades with betting shops, and fast food places metal shutters where there were once greengrocers, butchers, newsagents, chemist and small local convenience store. Their closure forcing our elderly folk to have to use public transport.
Unfortunately along with the decline of the social fabric of this area, the infrastructure has also been decimated. I know when I was kid, if there were a group of kids doing this sort of thing they would be recognised by an adult, who would then inform the parents of those children (without fear) and the parents would have put a stop to it immediately.....
One further note, there are many, many hard working people raising very well behaved and polite children living in council estates in Southampton - Unfortunately it's the actions of a few that tarnish many.
[quote][p][bold]Tenderhearts wife[/bold] wrote: the people that will suffer the most at the hands of these 'feral scum' are the elderly that have the misfortune to live on the Millbrook estate. hopefully once it starts to effect the grandparents of these 'scum' then perhaps they might realize the consequences of their actions? I also believe that the parents will not give a **** if confronted at their front door by the police regarding their little darlings behaviour, unfortunately that is the society that we have created by dealing with kids with the softly-softly approach. I brought up 3 kids alone, I worked and took them to Boy & Girls Brigade, football, brass band & swimming in the evenings. They were not roaming the streets terrorising other people and bringing the police to my door. It was hard work but the input into my kids was worth the end result, three great young, respectful adults.[/p][/quote]I also feel for the elderly that live on Millbrook estate. These folk have probably lived in the area for 50+ years, just imagine the decline they have witnessed to their area which was once a leafy place with wide open green spaces that kids were happy to run about in and play (most time with their parents also) Now what do they have.? Local parades with betting shops, and fast food places metal shutters where there were once greengrocers, butchers, newsagents, chemist and small local convenience store. Their closure forcing our elderly folk to have to use public transport. Unfortunately along with the decline of the social fabric of this area, the infrastructure has also been decimated. I know when I was kid, if there were a group of kids doing this sort of thing they would be recognised by an adult, who would then inform the parents of those children (without fear) and the parents would have put a stop to it immediately..... One further note, there are many, many hard working people raising very well behaved and polite children living in council estates in Southampton - Unfortunately it's the actions of a few that tarnish many. St.Winch70
  • Score: 19

10:55am Tue 18 Feb 14

sotonboy84 says...

Lone Ranger. wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates"
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...... This is EXACTLY what you have done
Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER...

"BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing."

Get your kicks elsewhere.
Oh dear .... a little touchy this morning. Wrong time of the month ??
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As boring and predictable as it was .... I did read your post schoolboy84 ....
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However if you had read my response as carefully as you expect others to do, .. you will have seen that i did not disagree with it ..... but just noticed the point i raised.
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As regards getting my kicks elsewhere ....... Why ? .... you deliver everything that makes me realise that I am only too appreciative of my background and upbringing ...... that i will never adopt an attitude or disrespect for my fellow human beings ....... Council estate or not
It's nothing to do with disrespect for fellow human beings, completely your words and not mine. It's an observation on society, a social issue. You're just as bad as the Labour political correctness police who assume that if the colour of somebody's skin is mentioned in any context, this must be derogatory and racist. The same applies here, I make a comment and opinion on the decline in an area of society and you turn this around into being disrespectul and insulting.

Grow up, you need to learn that bad things happen in life and discussing them with open opinion and debate is the only way they can be addressed.
[quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates" . ...... This is EXACTLY what you have done[/p][/quote]Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER... "BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing." Get your kicks elsewhere.[/p][/quote]Oh dear .... a little touchy this morning. Wrong time of the month ?? . As boring and predictable as it was .... I did read your post schoolboy84 .... . However if you had read my response as carefully as you expect others to do, .. you will have seen that i did not disagree with it ..... but just noticed the point i raised. . As regards getting my kicks elsewhere ....... Why ? .... you deliver everything that makes me realise that I am only too appreciative of my background and upbringing ...... that i will never adopt an attitude or disrespect for my fellow human beings ....... Council estate or not[/p][/quote]It's nothing to do with disrespect for fellow human beings, completely your words and not mine. It's an observation on society, a social issue. You're just as bad as the Labour political correctness police who assume that if the colour of somebody's skin is mentioned in any context, this must be derogatory and racist. The same applies here, I make a comment and opinion on the decline in an area of society and you turn this around into being disrespectul and insulting. Grow up, you need to learn that bad things happen in life and discussing them with open opinion and debate is the only way they can be addressed. sotonboy84
  • Score: 21

10:55am Tue 18 Feb 14

MassDebate88 says...

ToastyTea wrote:
common kids from a common area yuk
Who let Katie Hopkins on here?

I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.
[quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: common kids from a common area yuk[/p][/quote]Who let Katie Hopkins on here? I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident. MassDebate88
  • Score: 5

10:59am Tue 18 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

The 'benefit scum' brigade need to research the bullingdon club.
The 'benefit scum' brigade need to research the bullingdon club. KSO16R
  • Score: -8

11:08am Tue 18 Feb 14

good-gosh says...

More often than not, the first words to come out of a child's mouth when caught causing damage is 'I didn't mean to do no harm, mister, honest, I won't do it again'. I believe them. But they need to be caught, confronted and told off.
More often than not, the first words to come out of a child's mouth when caught causing damage is 'I didn't mean to do no harm, mister, honest, I won't do it again'. I believe them. But they need to be caught, confronted and told off. good-gosh
  • Score: -3

11:08am Tue 18 Feb 14

St.Winch70 says...

MassDebate88 wrote:
ToastyTea wrote:
common kids from a common area yuk
Who let Katie Hopkins on here?

I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.
Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.
[quote][p][bold]MassDebate88[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: common kids from a common area yuk[/p][/quote]Who let Katie Hopkins on here? I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.[/p][/quote]Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence. St.Winch70
  • Score: 7

11:09am Tue 18 Feb 14

Lone Ranger. says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates"
.
...... This is EXACTLY what you have done
Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER...

"BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing."

Get your kicks elsewhere.
Oh dear .... a little touchy this morning. Wrong time of the month ??
.
As boring and predictable as it was .... I did read your post schoolboy84 ....
.
However if you had read my response as carefully as you expect others to do, .. you will have seen that i did not disagree with it ..... but just noticed the point i raised.
.
As regards getting my kicks elsewhere ....... Why ? .... you deliver everything that makes me realise that I am only too appreciative of my background and upbringing ...... that i will never adopt an attitude or disrespect for my fellow human beings ....... Council estate or not
It's nothing to do with disrespect for fellow human beings, completely your words and not mine. It's an observation on society, a social issue. You're just as bad as the Labour political correctness police who assume that if the colour of somebody's skin is mentioned in any context, this must be derogatory and racist. The same applies here, I make a comment and opinion on the decline in an area of society and you turn this around into being disrespectul and insulting.

Grow up, you need to learn that bad things happen in life and discussing them with open opinion and debate is the only way they can be addressed.
Its ironic that you can even post the words ...... " discussing them with open opinion and debate is the only way they can be addressed..
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The very last thing that you have or will EVER have is an open opinion .... You really do make me laugh .....
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Ill ignore your childish remarks that made up the resy of your post .... far too tedious
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates" . ...... This is EXACTLY what you have done[/p][/quote]Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER... "BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing." Get your kicks elsewhere.[/p][/quote]Oh dear .... a little touchy this morning. Wrong time of the month ?? . As boring and predictable as it was .... I did read your post schoolboy84 .... . However if you had read my response as carefully as you expect others to do, .. you will have seen that i did not disagree with it ..... but just noticed the point i raised. . As regards getting my kicks elsewhere ....... Why ? .... you deliver everything that makes me realise that I am only too appreciative of my background and upbringing ...... that i will never adopt an attitude or disrespect for my fellow human beings ....... Council estate or not[/p][/quote]It's nothing to do with disrespect for fellow human beings, completely your words and not mine. It's an observation on society, a social issue. You're just as bad as the Labour political correctness police who assume that if the colour of somebody's skin is mentioned in any context, this must be derogatory and racist. The same applies here, I make a comment and opinion on the decline in an area of society and you turn this around into being disrespectul and insulting. Grow up, you need to learn that bad things happen in life and discussing them with open opinion and debate is the only way they can be addressed.[/p][/quote]Its ironic that you can even post the words ...... " discussing them with open opinion and debate is the only way they can be addressed.. . The very last thing that you have or will EVER have is an open opinion .... You really do make me laugh ..... . Ill ignore your childish remarks that made up the resy of your post .... far too tedious Lone Ranger.
  • Score: -17

11:11am Tue 18 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

Too many people just observe the world and communities they live in through their front room winow, through their tv screen or the headlines in newspapers. If you're really bothered be brave, get out into your community, try understanding the problems people face and help. If not stop squinnying.
Too many people just observe the world and communities they live in through their front room winow, through their tv screen or the headlines in newspapers. If you're really bothered be brave, get out into your community, try understanding the problems people face and help. If not stop squinnying. KSO16R
  • Score: -6

11:14am Tue 18 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

St.Winch70 wrote:
MassDebate88 wrote:
ToastyTea wrote:
common kids from a common area yuk
Who let Katie Hopkins on here?

I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.
Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.
You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement.
[quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MassDebate88[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: common kids from a common area yuk[/p][/quote]Who let Katie Hopkins on here? I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.[/p][/quote]Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.[/p][/quote]You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement. KSO16R
  • Score: -8

11:20am Tue 18 Feb 14

St.Winch70 says...

KSO16R wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
MassDebate88 wrote:
ToastyTea wrote:
common kids from a common area yuk
Who let Katie Hopkins on here?

I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.
Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.
You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement.
Really! A sweeping statement about children and an area is intelligent? I'll stand by my comment directed at an individual that makes a crass and stupid statement.
[quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MassDebate88[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: common kids from a common area yuk[/p][/quote]Who let Katie Hopkins on here? I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.[/p][/quote]Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.[/p][/quote]You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement.[/p][/quote]Really! A sweeping statement about children and an area is intelligent? I'll stand by my comment directed at an individual that makes a crass and stupid statement. St.Winch70
  • Score: 2

11:22am Tue 18 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

St.Winch70 wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
MassDebate88 wrote:
ToastyTea wrote:
common kids from a common area yuk
Who let Katie Hopkins on here?

I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.
Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.
You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement.
Really! A sweeping statement about children and an area is intelligent? I'll stand by my comment directed at an individual that makes a crass and stupid statement.
But you know nothing about that individual
[quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MassDebate88[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: common kids from a common area yuk[/p][/quote]Who let Katie Hopkins on here? I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.[/p][/quote]Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.[/p][/quote]You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement.[/p][/quote]Really! A sweeping statement about children and an area is intelligent? I'll stand by my comment directed at an individual that makes a crass and stupid statement.[/p][/quote]But you know nothing about that individual KSO16R
  • Score: -5

11:30am Tue 18 Feb 14

St.Winch70 says...

KSO16R wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
MassDebate88 wrote:
ToastyTea wrote:
common kids from a common area yuk
Who let Katie Hopkins on here?

I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.
Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.
You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement.
Really! A sweeping statement about children and an area is intelligent? I'll stand by my comment directed at an individual that makes a crass and stupid statement.
But you know nothing about that individual
I'm making a direct comment on an individual that has made made a comment that lacks any intelligence or class.
Not really worth debating any further.
[quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MassDebate88[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: common kids from a common area yuk[/p][/quote]Who let Katie Hopkins on here? I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.[/p][/quote]Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.[/p][/quote]You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement.[/p][/quote]Really! A sweeping statement about children and an area is intelligent? I'll stand by my comment directed at an individual that makes a crass and stupid statement.[/p][/quote]But you know nothing about that individual[/p][/quote]I'm making a direct comment on an individual that has made made a comment that lacks any intelligence or class. Not really worth debating any further. St.Winch70
  • Score: 4

11:51am Tue 18 Feb 14

gilbertratchet says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates"
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...... This is EXACTLY what you have done
Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER...

"BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing."

Get your kicks elsewhere.
I've read it all. He's right, generalising is EXACTLY what you've done.
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates" . ...... This is EXACTLY what you have done[/p][/quote]Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER... "BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing." Get your kicks elsewhere.[/p][/quote]I've read it all. He's right, generalising is EXACTLY what you've done. gilbertratchet
  • Score: -6

11:51am Tue 18 Feb 14

gilbertratchet says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates"
.
...... This is EXACTLY what you have done
Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER...

"BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing."

Get your kicks elsewhere.
Oh dear .... a little touchy this morning. Wrong time of the month ??
.
As boring and predictable as it was .... I did read your post schoolboy84 ....
.
However if you had read my response as carefully as you expect others to do, .. you will have seen that i did not disagree with it ..... but just noticed the point i raised.
.
As regards getting my kicks elsewhere ....... Why ? .... you deliver everything that makes me realise that I am only too appreciative of my background and upbringing ...... that i will never adopt an attitude or disrespect for my fellow human beings ....... Council estate or not
It's nothing to do with disrespect for fellow human beings, completely your words and not mine. It's an observation on society, a social issue. You're just as bad as the Labour political correctness police who assume that if the colour of somebody's skin is mentioned in any context, this must be derogatory and racist. The same applies here, I make a comment and opinion on the decline in an area of society and you turn this around into being disrespectul and insulting.

Grow up, you need to learn that bad things happen in life and discussing them with open opinion and debate is the only way they can be addressed.
You seem to think that saying "it's not" actually has an effect.
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Quote:- "This is not generalising council estates" . ...... This is EXACTLY what you have done[/p][/quote]Maybe if you had the intelligence to read the rest of my post DRONE RANGER... "BUT you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing." Get your kicks elsewhere.[/p][/quote]Oh dear .... a little touchy this morning. Wrong time of the month ?? . As boring and predictable as it was .... I did read your post schoolboy84 .... . However if you had read my response as carefully as you expect others to do, .. you will have seen that i did not disagree with it ..... but just noticed the point i raised. . As regards getting my kicks elsewhere ....... Why ? .... you deliver everything that makes me realise that I am only too appreciative of my background and upbringing ...... that i will never adopt an attitude or disrespect for my fellow human beings ....... Council estate or not[/p][/quote]It's nothing to do with disrespect for fellow human beings, completely your words and not mine. It's an observation on society, a social issue. You're just as bad as the Labour political correctness police who assume that if the colour of somebody's skin is mentioned in any context, this must be derogatory and racist. The same applies here, I make a comment and opinion on the decline in an area of society and you turn this around into being disrespectul and insulting. Grow up, you need to learn that bad things happen in life and discussing them with open opinion and debate is the only way they can be addressed.[/p][/quote]You seem to think that saying "it's not" actually has an effect. gilbertratchet
  • Score: -8

12:02pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Shoong says...

Linesman wrote:
This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power.

It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.
Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go?

I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power. It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.[/p][/quote]Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go? I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another... Shoong
  • Score: 6

12:18pm Tue 18 Feb 14

ToastyTea says...

KSO16R wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
MassDebate88 wrote:
ToastyTea wrote: common kids from a common area yuk
Who let Katie Hopkins on here? I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.
Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.
You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement.
Really! A sweeping statement about children and an area is intelligent? I'll stand by my comment directed at an individual that makes a crass and stupid statement.
But you know nothing about that individual
Thanks Sir.
Unfortunately the suburbs around the city centre have been left to rot and this is what we are left with, the likes of Shirley, Totton, Bitterne, Sholing, Freemantle, it's about time something was done.
[quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MassDebate88[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: common kids from a common area yuk[/p][/quote]Who let Katie Hopkins on here? I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.[/p][/quote]Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.[/p][/quote]You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement.[/p][/quote]Really! A sweeping statement about children and an area is intelligent? I'll stand by my comment directed at an individual that makes a crass and stupid statement.[/p][/quote]But you know nothing about that individual[/p][/quote]Thanks Sir. Unfortunately the suburbs around the city centre have been left to rot and this is what we are left with, the likes of Shirley, Totton, Bitterne, Sholing, Freemantle, it's about time something was done. ToastyTea
  • Score: 5

12:37pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Mary80 says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Uh i don't live on an estate yet the little sh!t kids are constantly kicking their footballs at our windows being loud and obnoxious swearing loudly at each other at the tender age of 8. They play football in the car park and kick the ball at cars and when you tell them off you get a boatload of abuse. They show NO respect to anyone or anyone's property and have damaged the block with no consequences. Its a cul de sac and the kids are allowed to roam around until 7 and 8pm without an adult in sight. Its as far from an estate as you get yet there is a massive problem with the kids. They aren't from a deprived area its a pretty nice one yet they are doing all this.

Don't assume its just estate kids that act like utter tw@ts and are anti social
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Uh i don't live on an estate yet the little sh!t kids are constantly kicking their footballs at our windows being loud and obnoxious swearing loudly at each other at the tender age of 8. They play football in the car park and kick the ball at cars and when you tell them off you get a boatload of abuse. They show NO respect to anyone or anyone's property and have damaged the block with no consequences. Its a cul de sac and the kids are allowed to roam around until 7 and 8pm without an adult in sight. Its as far from an estate as you get yet there is a massive problem with the kids. They aren't from a deprived area its a pretty nice one yet they are doing all this. Don't assume its just estate kids that act like utter tw@ts and are anti social Mary80
  • Score: 5

12:43pm Tue 18 Feb 14

bigfella777 says...

How does anybody come to the conclusion that the perpetrators actually live in Millbrook?
It's well known that chavs go to other ares to cause trouble.
How does anybody come to the conclusion that the perpetrators actually live in Millbrook? It's well known that chavs go to other ares to cause trouble. bigfella777
  • Score: -2

12:55pm Tue 18 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

Bercow attacks 'yobbery' of PMQs. MPs setting a fine example for us all
Bercow attacks 'yobbery' of PMQs. MPs setting a fine example for us all KSO16R
  • Score: -2

1:21pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Hastagger says...

Come on people, its not their fault. It is society's fault, and the fault of the coalition who have introduced all these cuts, which mean they have no choice but to throw stones at buses. Why aren't labour defending these poor youths - its not their fault! Obviously joking - can ewe not fence off the place and let no one in or out. They'll end up eating each other and doing us all a favour!
Come on people, its not their fault. It is society's fault, and the fault of the coalition who have introduced all these cuts, which mean they have no choice but to throw stones at buses. Why aren't labour defending these poor youths - its not their fault! Obviously joking - can ewe not fence off the place and let no one in or out. They'll end up eating each other and doing us all a favour! Hastagger
  • Score: -2

1:26pm Tue 18 Feb 14

massimoosti says...

Millbrook is not the same as it used to be........Millbrook & maybush and Coxford have always been hard but now just full of unrespect full and lazy pondlife.

That's why most of the original families have moved out.
Millbrook is not the same as it used to be........Millbrook & maybush and Coxford have always been hard but now just full of unrespect full and lazy pondlife. That's why most of the original families have moved out. massimoosti
  • Score: 10

1:32pm Tue 18 Feb 14

elvisimo says...

Is that photo Charles Hawtrey from the carry on films?
Is that photo Charles Hawtrey from the carry on films? elvisimo
  • Score: 1

1:35pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Torchie1 says...

bigfella777 wrote:
How does anybody come to the conclusion that the perpetrators actually live in Millbrook?
It's well known that chavs go to other ares to cause trouble.
You stopped short of suggesting they get on their bicycles to visit their target area.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: How does anybody come to the conclusion that the perpetrators actually live in Millbrook? It's well known that chavs go to other ares to cause trouble.[/p][/quote]You stopped short of suggesting they get on their bicycles to visit their target area. Torchie1
  • Score: 1

1:36pm Tue 18 Feb 14

loosehead says...

SaintAsh1964 wrote:
God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again.
This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush.
I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.
i got into trouble I admit that but I never had Rugby clubs or football clubs or any other form of activity chasing me to take part.
at 15 I left school & I hanged around with the local lads(not allowed out at night until then) they got me to go to the dell & the trouble came.
But now they have clubs of every sport chasing after them they could quite easily be kept busy with out getting bored.
in this area alone you have Southampton Rugby & Millbrook Rugby clubs with youth sides you have God knows how many football clubs plus there's rowing,cycling,athle
tics & swimming clubs plus cricket clubs in the summer so no need to hang around in gangs being bored & stoning busses is there?
[quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again. This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush. I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.[/p][/quote]i got into trouble I admit that but I never had Rugby clubs or football clubs or any other form of activity chasing me to take part. at 15 I left school & I hanged around with the local lads(not allowed out at night until then) they got me to go to the dell & the trouble came. But now they have clubs of every sport chasing after them they could quite easily be kept busy with out getting bored. in this area alone you have Southampton Rugby & Millbrook Rugby clubs with youth sides you have God knows how many football clubs plus there's rowing,cycling,athle tics & swimming clubs plus cricket clubs in the summer so no need to hang around in gangs being bored & stoning busses is there? loosehead
  • Score: 6

1:42pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Quizbook says...

Tenderhearts wife wrote:
the people that will suffer the most at the hands of these 'feral scum' are the elderly that have the misfortune to live on the Millbrook estate. hopefully once it starts to effect the grandparents of these 'scum' then perhaps they might realize the consequences of their actions?
I also believe that the parents will not give a **** if confronted at their front door by the police regarding their little darlings behaviour, unfortunately that is the society that we have created by dealing with kids with the softly-softly approach. I brought up 3 kids alone, I worked and took them to Boy & Girls Brigade, football, brass band & swimming in the evenings. They were not roaming the streets terrorising other people and bringing the police to my door. It was hard work but the input into my kids was worth the end result, three great young, respectful adults.
How do you know your kids were never a problem ?

My dad never knew what me and my mates got up to. Kids dont tell their mum & dad all they do.
In fact we didnt do much wrong, a bit nicking sweets from a local shop, and my mate Pete **** on some apples cos the greengrocer insulted Pete's brother.
But we never told our mums & dads.
[quote][p][bold]Tenderhearts wife[/bold] wrote: the people that will suffer the most at the hands of these 'feral scum' are the elderly that have the misfortune to live on the Millbrook estate. hopefully once it starts to effect the grandparents of these 'scum' then perhaps they might realize the consequences of their actions? I also believe that the parents will not give a **** if confronted at their front door by the police regarding their little darlings behaviour, unfortunately that is the society that we have created by dealing with kids with the softly-softly approach. I brought up 3 kids alone, I worked and took them to Boy & Girls Brigade, football, brass band & swimming in the evenings. They were not roaming the streets terrorising other people and bringing the police to my door. It was hard work but the input into my kids was worth the end result, three great young, respectful adults.[/p][/quote]How do you know your kids were never a problem ? My dad never knew what me and my mates got up to. Kids dont tell their mum & dad all they do. In fact we didnt do much wrong, a bit nicking sweets from a local shop, and my mate Pete **** on some apples cos the greengrocer insulted Pete's brother. But we never told our mums & dads. Quizbook
  • Score: -3

1:48pm Tue 18 Feb 14

loosehead says...

MassDebate88 wrote:
ToastyTea wrote:
common kids from a common area yuk
Who let Katie Hopkins on here?

I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.
i was brought up in a council house I would never have dreamt of stoning a bus or attack old people.
But I had an allotment in Borrowdale rd & opposite the opening of that road there's a close & two teenagers got on to dirt bikes & rode along pavements with people jumping out of the way then back onto the road with no crash helmets & being to young to ride.
they pulled up to speak to some ones children I know the name of but think it wise not to print(can't prove it) but where I came from an adult would have clipped me around the ear or told my mum & she would have given me a hiding.
I do not think all people living on council estates are bad but there seems to be a lot of people who turn a blind eye instead of reporting them don't you agree?
[quote][p][bold]MassDebate88[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: common kids from a common area yuk[/p][/quote]Who let Katie Hopkins on here? I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.[/p][/quote]i was brought up in a council house I would never have dreamt of stoning a bus or attack old people. But I had an allotment in Borrowdale rd & opposite the opening of that road there's a close & two teenagers got on to dirt bikes & rode along pavements with people jumping out of the way then back onto the road with no crash helmets & being to young to ride. they pulled up to speak to some ones children I know the name of but think it wise not to print(can't prove it) but where I came from an adult would have clipped me around the ear or told my mum & she would have given me a hiding. I do not think all people living on council estates are bad but there seems to be a lot of people who turn a blind eye instead of reporting them don't you agree? loosehead
  • Score: 6

1:55pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Quizbook says...

Quizbook wrote:
Tenderhearts wife wrote:
the people that will suffer the most at the hands of these 'feral scum' are the elderly that have the misfortune to live on the Millbrook estate. hopefully once it starts to effect the grandparents of these 'scum' then perhaps they might realize the consequences of their actions?
I also believe that the parents will not give a **** if confronted at their front door by the police regarding their little darlings behaviour, unfortunately that is the society that we have created by dealing with kids with the softly-softly approach. I brought up 3 kids alone, I worked and took them to Boy & Girls Brigade, football, brass band & swimming in the evenings. They were not roaming the streets terrorising other people and bringing the police to my door. It was hard work but the input into my kids was worth the end result, three great young, respectful adults.
How do you know your kids were never a problem ?

My dad never knew what me and my mates got up to. Kids dont tell their mum & dad all they do.
In fact we didnt do much wrong, a bit nicking sweets from a local shop, and my mate Pete **** on some apples cos the greengrocer insulted Pete's brother.
But we never told our mums & dads.
The Echo have ****ed the word pixxed, a common English word. What was I supposed to write ? Urine ?
[quote][p][bold]Quizbook[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tenderhearts wife[/bold] wrote: the people that will suffer the most at the hands of these 'feral scum' are the elderly that have the misfortune to live on the Millbrook estate. hopefully once it starts to effect the grandparents of these 'scum' then perhaps they might realize the consequences of their actions? I also believe that the parents will not give a **** if confronted at their front door by the police regarding their little darlings behaviour, unfortunately that is the society that we have created by dealing with kids with the softly-softly approach. I brought up 3 kids alone, I worked and took them to Boy & Girls Brigade, football, brass band & swimming in the evenings. They were not roaming the streets terrorising other people and bringing the police to my door. It was hard work but the input into my kids was worth the end result, three great young, respectful adults.[/p][/quote]How do you know your kids were never a problem ? My dad never knew what me and my mates got up to. Kids dont tell their mum & dad all they do. In fact we didnt do much wrong, a bit nicking sweets from a local shop, and my mate Pete **** on some apples cos the greengrocer insulted Pete's brother. But we never told our mums & dads.[/p][/quote]The Echo have ****ed the word pixxed, a common English word. What was I supposed to write ? Urine ? Quizbook
  • Score: -1

2:08pm Tue 18 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

loosehead wrote:
SaintAsh1964 wrote:
God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again.
This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush.
I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.
i got into trouble I admit that but I never had Rugby clubs or football clubs or any other form of activity chasing me to take part.
at 15 I left school & I hanged around with the local lads(not allowed out at night until then) they got me to go to the dell & the trouble came.
But now they have clubs of every sport chasing after them they could quite easily be kept busy with out getting bored.
in this area alone you have Southampton Rugby & Millbrook Rugby clubs with youth sides you have God knows how many football clubs plus there's rowing,cycling,athle

tics & swimming clubs plus cricket clubs in the summer so no need to hang around in gangs being bored & stoning busses is there?
However organised activities do not have the same appeal, for some, as pushing boundaries and the inevitable chase.Throwing stones or rocks at buses is wrong but lets throw this into the mix, what about breaking the speed limit? It's illegal and can cause untold harm. Who hasn't done that.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again. This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush. I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.[/p][/quote]i got into trouble I admit that but I never had Rugby clubs or football clubs or any other form of activity chasing me to take part. at 15 I left school & I hanged around with the local lads(not allowed out at night until then) they got me to go to the dell & the trouble came. But now they have clubs of every sport chasing after them they could quite easily be kept busy with out getting bored. in this area alone you have Southampton Rugby & Millbrook Rugby clubs with youth sides you have God knows how many football clubs plus there's rowing,cycling,athle tics & swimming clubs plus cricket clubs in the summer so no need to hang around in gangs being bored & stoning busses is there?[/p][/quote]However organised activities do not have the same appeal, for some, as pushing boundaries and the inevitable chase.Throwing stones or rocks at buses is wrong but lets throw this into the mix, what about breaking the speed limit? It's illegal and can cause untold harm. Who hasn't done that. KSO16R
  • Score: -4

2:14pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Inform Al says...

SaintAsh1964 wrote:
God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again.
This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush.
I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.
We used to throw snowballs at the conductors on London buses when I was a kid. Wouldn't have crossed our minds to throw stones.
[quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again. This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush. I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.[/p][/quote]We used to throw snowballs at the conductors on London buses when I was a kid. Wouldn't have crossed our minds to throw stones. Inform Al
  • Score: 8

2:15pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Outside of the Box says...

First Bus took away our bus service as well, forcing the old, disabled and many upstanding members of the community to walk the so many different venues on the route. Their crime was that the service wasn't commercially profitable
First Bus took away our bus service as well, forcing the old, disabled and many upstanding members of the community to walk the so many different venues on the route. Their crime was that the service wasn't commercially profitable Outside of the Box
  • Score: 4

2:16pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Outside of the Box says...

First Bus took away our bus service as well, forcing the old, disabled and many upstanding members of the community to walk the so many different venues on the route. Their crime was that the service wasn't commercially profitable so First cut it out.
First Bus took away our bus service as well, forcing the old, disabled and many upstanding members of the community to walk the so many different venues on the route. Their crime was that the service wasn't commercially profitable so First cut it out. Outside of the Box
  • Score: 2

2:18pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Linesman says...

Shoong wrote:
Linesman wrote:
This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power.

It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.
Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go?

I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...
For a start, more funding was put into policing.

We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate.

Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.'
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power. It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.[/p][/quote]Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go? I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...[/p][/quote]For a start, more funding was put into policing. We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate. Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.' Linesman
  • Score: 2

2:19pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Inform Al says...

ToastyTea wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
MassDebate88 wrote:
ToastyTea wrote: common kids from a common area yuk
Who let Katie Hopkins on here? I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.
Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.
You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement.
Really! A sweeping statement about children and an area is intelligent? I'll stand by my comment directed at an individual that makes a crass and stupid statement.
But you know nothing about that individual
Thanks Sir.
Unfortunately the suburbs around the city centre have been left to rot and this is what we are left with, the likes of Shirley, Totton, Bitterne, Sholing, Freemantle, it's about time something was done.
Do you work for the council? You've forgot Swaythling as well.
[quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MassDebate88[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: common kids from a common area yuk[/p][/quote]Who let Katie Hopkins on here? I live in Millbrook, but I'm hardly a thug. Middle class Millies such as yourself should take a good look at yourselves before judging a whole area based on an incident.[/p][/quote]Class is only applicable to this idiot as he lacks it, along with intelligence.[/p][/quote]You are showing your lack of class and intelligence with that statement.[/p][/quote]Really! A sweeping statement about children and an area is intelligent? I'll stand by my comment directed at an individual that makes a crass and stupid statement.[/p][/quote]But you know nothing about that individual[/p][/quote]Thanks Sir. Unfortunately the suburbs around the city centre have been left to rot and this is what we are left with, the likes of Shirley, Totton, Bitterne, Sholing, Freemantle, it's about time something was done.[/p][/quote]Do you work for the council? You've forgot Swaythling as well. Inform Al
  • Score: 0

2:21pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Here, There says...

Usual Ignorant comments re Millbrook probably posted from their Ivory Towers and are once more reactionary.
What happened to the youths that were caught in the summer holidays doing the same thing ? little or nothing ! therein lies the problem, little consequence which IS the fault of the authorities/governme
nt.. those affected most by the cancellation are the innocent irrespective of post code, a lot of good goes on in Millbrook BUT even when that is reported you get the Keyboard Warriors having a pop quite appropriate to quote "let he who is without sin......" It happens everywhere, although wholly wrong, it extends far beyond Millbrook and just around your corner !!
Usual Ignorant comments re Millbrook probably posted from their Ivory Towers and are once more reactionary. What happened to the youths that were caught in the summer holidays doing the same thing ? little or nothing ! therein lies the problem, little consequence which IS the fault of the authorities/governme nt.. those affected most by the cancellation are the innocent irrespective of post code, a lot of good goes on in Millbrook BUT even when that is reported you get the Keyboard Warriors having a pop quite appropriate to quote "let he who is without sin......" It happens everywhere, although wholly wrong, it extends far beyond Millbrook and just around your corner !! Here, There
  • Score: 8

2:49pm Tue 18 Feb 14

loosehead says...

Here, There wrote:
Usual Ignorant comments re Millbrook probably posted from their Ivory Towers and are once more reactionary.
What happened to the youths that were caught in the summer holidays doing the same thing ? little or nothing ! therein lies the problem, little consequence which IS the fault of the authorities/governme

nt.. those affected most by the cancellation are the innocent irrespective of post code, a lot of good goes on in Millbrook BUT even when that is reported you get the Keyboard Warriors having a pop quite appropriate to quote "let he who is without sin......" It happens everywhere, although wholly wrong, it extends far beyond Millbrook and just around your corner !!
so what happened to the local Labour councillors working with the community to stop this happening?
I was brought up in Freshfield rd the only community club was run for one night by Fred Goater otherwise in the winter months the park was closed & if you were allowed out you just hanged around.
times changed & the area had a community hall in Randolph street/Kentish rd.
I asked why it wasn't used & it was because the local kids use to fight in it & wreck it.
they had a basketball court which was a status symbol to the yobs & the car park to the community hall was used to burn cars.
the pavements were blistered where they had there guy fawkes bonfires & this was a stones throw from what was then Shirley police station so the level of policing had nothing to do with it but the attitude of OH! they're only kids it's not a serious matter by some police officers did.
Millbrook estate has changed a lot as well but to say it's okay is wrong the only way this mindless vandalism can be stopped in all areas is if parents are held responsible for their childrens actions & are allowed to be parents again as the day the PC brigade took over is the day the parents gave up
[quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: Usual Ignorant comments re Millbrook probably posted from their Ivory Towers and are once more reactionary. What happened to the youths that were caught in the summer holidays doing the same thing ? little or nothing ! therein lies the problem, little consequence which IS the fault of the authorities/governme nt.. those affected most by the cancellation are the innocent irrespective of post code, a lot of good goes on in Millbrook BUT even when that is reported you get the Keyboard Warriors having a pop quite appropriate to quote "let he who is without sin......" It happens everywhere, although wholly wrong, it extends far beyond Millbrook and just around your corner !![/p][/quote]so what happened to the local Labour councillors working with the community to stop this happening? I was brought up in Freshfield rd the only community club was run for one night by Fred Goater otherwise in the winter months the park was closed & if you were allowed out you just hanged around. times changed & the area had a community hall in Randolph street/Kentish rd. I asked why it wasn't used & it was because the local kids use to fight in it & wreck it. they had a basketball court which was a status symbol to the yobs & the car park to the community hall was used to burn cars. the pavements were blistered where they had there guy fawkes bonfires & this was a stones throw from what was then Shirley police station so the level of policing had nothing to do with it but the attitude of OH! they're only kids it's not a serious matter by some police officers did. Millbrook estate has changed a lot as well but to say it's okay is wrong the only way this mindless vandalism can be stopped in all areas is if parents are held responsible for their childrens actions & are allowed to be parents again as the day the PC brigade took over is the day the parents gave up loosehead
  • Score: 5

2:54pm Tue 18 Feb 14

LadySam says...

Just build a very high perimeter wall around the whole place, move the nice people out and leave the rest to it.
Just build a very high perimeter wall around the whole place, move the nice people out and leave the rest to it. LadySam
  • Score: 5

2:55pm Tue 18 Feb 14

kiddynamite says...

Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............
..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say! kiddynamite
  • Score: 10

2:56pm Tue 18 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

The real shame is that those posting negative comments about people from areas like millbrook really do overlook the good folk that live there. Thereby creating a culture of hopelessness for some who already feel disadvantaged by virture of where they live. Millbrook was no different 35 years ago. These days it is just a little more neglected by the council.
The real shame is that those posting negative comments about people from areas like millbrook really do overlook the good folk that live there. Thereby creating a culture of hopelessness for some who already feel disadvantaged by virture of where they live. Millbrook was no different 35 years ago. These days it is just a little more neglected by the council. KSO16R
  • Score: -2

3:03pm Tue 18 Feb 14

massimoosti says...

KSO16R wrote:
The real shame is that those posting negative comments about people from areas like millbrook really do overlook the good folk that live there. Thereby creating a culture of hopelessness for some who already feel disadvantaged by virture of where they live. Millbrook was no different 35 years ago. These days it is just a little more neglected by the council.
Utter rubbish.

Millbrook was a lot different 30 years ago. The people residing there has changed ten fold for the worse.

The only decent people there now are the remaining members from the original families.

The rest of us moved on.
[quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: The real shame is that those posting negative comments about people from areas like millbrook really do overlook the good folk that live there. Thereby creating a culture of hopelessness for some who already feel disadvantaged by virture of where they live. Millbrook was no different 35 years ago. These days it is just a little more neglected by the council.[/p][/quote]Utter rubbish. Millbrook was a lot different 30 years ago. The people residing there has changed ten fold for the worse. The only decent people there now are the remaining members from the original families. The rest of us moved on. massimoosti
  • Score: 6

3:08pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Shoong says...

Linesman wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Linesman wrote:
This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power.

It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.
Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go?

I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...
For a start, more funding was put into policing.

We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate.

Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.'
Excuses, excuses.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power. It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.[/p][/quote]Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go? I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...[/p][/quote]For a start, more funding was put into policing. We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate. Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.'[/p][/quote]Excuses, excuses. Shoong
  • Score: 2

3:13pm Tue 18 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

I have alot of friends and family still living in millbrook. Good people, hard working people. 35 years ago cars were getting stolen, windows being smashed, gangs roaming the streets, old people getting sworn at. So mate it hasn't changed that much!
I have alot of friends and family still living in millbrook. Good people, hard working people. 35 years ago cars were getting stolen, windows being smashed, gangs roaming the streets, old people getting sworn at. So mate it hasn't changed that much! KSO16R
  • Score: 2

3:16pm Tue 18 Feb 14

jofabulous says...

ToastyTea wrote:
common kids from a common area yuk
I was raised in Millbrook but I have now moved away, and while I will admit that many people who have been brought up on the Millbrook Estate are undesirables, I cannot accept the comment that all of us are "common". There are plenty of us who have been raised the best way our parents knew how; with respect, manners, and integrity. If I or any of my siblings had behaved like that then our parents would have been the first to frog march us down to the station! So please do not generalise so harshly.
[quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: common kids from a common area yuk[/p][/quote]I was raised in Millbrook but I have now moved away, and while I will admit that many people who have been brought up on the Millbrook Estate are undesirables, I cannot accept the comment that all of us are "common". There are plenty of us who have been raised the best way our parents knew how; with respect, manners, and integrity. If I or any of my siblings had behaved like that then our parents would have been the first to frog march us down to the station! So please do not generalise so harshly. jofabulous
  • Score: 10

3:22pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Here, There says...

kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............

..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
[quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right. Here, There
  • Score: 2

3:24pm Tue 18 Feb 14

St.Ray says...

WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER. wrote:
Lazy wrote:
STOP ALL SERVICES TO MILLBROOK...LET THE F**ERS WALK !
Good idea .
Better still, stop all from coming OUT of Millbrook!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lazy[/bold] wrote: STOP ALL SERVICES TO MILLBROOK...LET THE F**ERS WALK ![/p][/quote]Good idea .[/p][/quote]Better still, stop all from coming OUT of Millbrook!!!!!! St.Ray
  • Score: 2

5:02pm Tue 18 Feb 14

WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER. says...

St.Ray wrote:
WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER. wrote:
Lazy wrote:
STOP ALL SERVICES TO MILLBROOK...LET THE F**ERS WALK !
Good idea .
Better still, stop all from coming OUT of Millbrook!!!!!!
like the film ,escape from millibronx .
[quote][p][bold]St.Ray[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lazy[/bold] wrote: STOP ALL SERVICES TO MILLBROOK...LET THE F**ERS WALK ![/p][/quote]Good idea .[/p][/quote]Better still, stop all from coming OUT of Millbrook!!!!!![/p][/quote]like the film ,escape from millibronx . WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER.
  • Score: 1

5:39pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Dai Rear says...

Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............


..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
You're right. Massive , brutal, public housing projects are another "wizard idea" from the 50's and 60's that should have been strangled at birth. What belongs to everyone belongs to no one is a concept that existed long before the post war ghetto-building mania.
Can anyone say with a straight face that architecture after the '47 Town & Country Planning Acts was better than before?
[quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]You're right. Massive , brutal, public housing projects are another "wizard idea" from the 50's and 60's that should have been strangled at birth. What belongs to everyone belongs to no one is a concept that existed long before the post war ghetto-building mania. Can anyone say with a straight face that architecture after the '47 Town & Country Planning Acts was better than before? Dai Rear
  • Score: 3

5:46pm Tue 18 Feb 14

loosehead says...

Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............


..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
let's get it right Freshfield rd is Millbrook where these busses are getting stoned is either Millbrook Green Park estate or Redbridge .
it's the same as Shirley Warren dropping the Warren & becoming up market Shirley
[quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]let's get it right Freshfield rd is Millbrook where these busses are getting stoned is either Millbrook Green Park estate or Redbridge . it's the same as Shirley Warren dropping the Warren & becoming up market Shirley loosehead
  • Score: 1

5:48pm Tue 18 Feb 14

kiddynamite says...

Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............


..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol
[quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol kiddynamite
  • Score: 2

5:49pm Tue 18 Feb 14

loosehead says...

Dai Rear wrote:
Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............



..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
You're right. Massive , brutal, public housing projects are another "wizard idea" from the 50's and 60's that should have been strangled at birth. What belongs to everyone belongs to no one is a concept that existed long before the post war ghetto-building mania.
Can anyone say with a straight face that architecture after the '47 Town & Country Planning Acts was better than before?
that's why calling it Millbrook is so wrong it was built after WW2 & is Millbrook GREEN PARK ESTATE
[quote][p][bold]Dai Rear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]You're right. Massive , brutal, public housing projects are another "wizard idea" from the 50's and 60's that should have been strangled at birth. What belongs to everyone belongs to no one is a concept that existed long before the post war ghetto-building mania. Can anyone say with a straight face that architecture after the '47 Town & Country Planning Acts was better than before?[/p][/quote]that's why calling it Millbrook is so wrong it was built after WW2 & is Millbrook GREEN PARK ESTATE loosehead
  • Score: 1

5:49pm Tue 18 Feb 14

kiddynamite says...

Oh and before you start about ho wlucky i am blah blah blah. No im not lucky i was just honest i stayed out of trouble and went to school hence i now have a JOB!
Oh and before you start about ho wlucky i am blah blah blah. No im not lucky i was just honest i stayed out of trouble and went to school hence i now have a JOB! kiddynamite
  • Score: 7

5:58pm Tue 18 Feb 14

St.Winch70 says...

kiddynamite wrote:
Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............



..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol
Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....
[quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol[/p][/quote]Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven.... St.Winch70
  • Score: 6

6:11pm Tue 18 Feb 14

Redhaired22 says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Yes it IS generalising.... and you and others are jumping to a shed load of conclusions.....
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Yes it IS generalising.... and you and others are jumping to a shed load of conclusions..... Redhaired22
  • Score: -1

7:02pm Tue 18 Feb 14

sotonboy84 says...

Redhaired22 wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Yes it IS generalising.... and you and others are jumping to a shed load of conclusions.....
Ok, let's ignore the problems in society, in case it offends anybody. Let's just carry on as we were because throwing stones at buses is normal & safe...
[quote][p][bold]Redhaired22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Yes it IS generalising.... and you and others are jumping to a shed load of conclusions.....[/p][/quote]Ok, let's ignore the problems in society, in case it offends anybody. Let's just carry on as we were because throwing stones at buses is normal & safe... sotonboy84
  • Score: 1

7:07pm Tue 18 Feb 14

bigfella777 says...

It's no wonder the kids are messed up these days if the so called adults comments on here are anything to go by
It's no wonder the kids are messed up these days if the so called adults comments on here are anything to go by bigfella777
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8:47pm Tue 18 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

bigfella777 wrote:
It's no wonder the kids are messed up these days if the so called adults comments on here are anything to go by
Good shout bigfella777
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: It's no wonder the kids are messed up these days if the so called adults comments on here are anything to go by[/p][/quote]Good shout bigfella777 KSO16R
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5:25am Wed 19 Feb 14

skeptik says...

Blame the government, blame the police and the courts maybe social services - we could add more - now what have we forgotten? Oh yes parents - 'my boy is a good boy'.
Blame the government, blame the police and the courts maybe social services - we could add more - now what have we forgotten? Oh yes parents - 'my boy is a good boy'. skeptik
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8:31am Wed 19 Feb 14

Dai Rear says...

Redhaired22 wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Yes it IS generalising.... and you and others are jumping to a shed load of conclusions.....
It IS generalising to say that Lidl is cheaper than Waitrose because there's bound to be one item dearer. It's generalising to say that the sky is blue because there'll always be one little cloud, or that a cat is black; she'll have some hair or whiskers which aren't black. But welfarism is one great big problem and does actually need dealing with , not whittering about generalising. Why? Because the class whose youths throw rocks at buses reproduces a generation every 14-17 years. Normal working people have a cycle around 26 years. And yes I'm sure you know one skilled non-worker who reproduced late, so of course I'm generalising.
Not only have they achieved 4 generations since WW2 but they also aren't constrained to reproduce with the same person each time.
YOU work out what that means.
[quote][p][bold]Redhaired22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Yes it IS generalising.... and you and others are jumping to a shed load of conclusions.....[/p][/quote]It IS generalising to say that Lidl is cheaper than Waitrose because there's bound to be one item dearer. It's generalising to say that the sky is blue because there'll always be one little cloud, or that a cat is black; she'll have some hair or whiskers which aren't black. But welfarism is one great big problem and does actually need dealing with , not whittering about generalising. Why? Because the class whose youths throw rocks at buses reproduces a generation every 14-17 years. Normal working people have a cycle around 26 years. And yes I'm sure you know one skilled non-worker who reproduced late, so of course I'm generalising. Not only have they achieved 4 generations since WW2 but they also aren't constrained to reproduce with the same person each time. YOU work out what that means. Dai Rear
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9:14am Wed 19 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

Dai Rear wrote:
Redhaired22 wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem.

Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it.

This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.
Yes it IS generalising.... and you and others are jumping to a shed load of conclusions.....
It IS generalising to say that Lidl is cheaper than Waitrose because there's bound to be one item dearer. It's generalising to say that the sky is blue because there'll always be one little cloud, or that a cat is black; she'll have some hair or whiskers which aren't black. But welfarism is one great big problem and does actually need dealing with , not whittering about generalising. Why? Because the class whose youths throw rocks at buses reproduces a generation every 14-17 years. Normal working people have a cycle around 26 years. And yes I'm sure you know one skilled non-worker who reproduced late, so of course I'm generalising.
Not only have they achieved 4 generations since WW2 but they also aren't constrained to reproduce with the same person each time.
YOU work out what that means.
More diarrhea? You should get something for that
[quote][p][bold]Dai Rear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Redhaired22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: There are distinct comparisons with those reliant on benefits and the behaviour of their children, hence why most council estates have bad reputations. A benefits culture and dependency has been allowed to breed that there are third and fourth generations that have never worked and have learnt to expect that everything is done for them from paying their rent, to fixing a problem in their home if something goes wrong to providing their income. If you've never had to work to achieve something, you don't appreciate what you've got and don't realise the value and this extends to child care with people thinking that 'somebody else' wil sort the problem. Raising children is just like buying a house and making sure you maintain it, you'll reep the rewards of whatever you put in. If you neglect it and never invest any time into it, it will fall apart and you will lose it. This is not generalising council estates but you find these sort of social problems are rife in many in comparison to areas where parents work and invest in their childrens upbringing.[/p][/quote]Yes it IS generalising.... and you and others are jumping to a shed load of conclusions.....[/p][/quote]It IS generalising to say that Lidl is cheaper than Waitrose because there's bound to be one item dearer. It's generalising to say that the sky is blue because there'll always be one little cloud, or that a cat is black; she'll have some hair or whiskers which aren't black. But welfarism is one great big problem and does actually need dealing with , not whittering about generalising. Why? Because the class whose youths throw rocks at buses reproduces a generation every 14-17 years. Normal working people have a cycle around 26 years. And yes I'm sure you know one skilled non-worker who reproduced late, so of course I'm generalising. Not only have they achieved 4 generations since WW2 but they also aren't constrained to reproduce with the same person each time. YOU work out what that means.[/p][/quote]More diarrhea? You should get something for that KSO16R
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9:41am Wed 19 Feb 14

Dai Rear says...

Wow KSO16R what sparkling repartee. Do you know, I made the name up so that catatonic old lefties like you wouldn't be stumped for a response when completely outgunned. Embarrassing for the poor little dabs. But the same boring theme has been used so many times it needs a rest.
Wow KSO16R what sparkling repartee. Do you know, I made the name up so that catatonic old lefties like you wouldn't be stumped for a response when completely outgunned. Embarrassing for the poor little dabs. But the same boring theme has been used so many times it needs a rest. Dai Rear
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10:14am Wed 19 Feb 14

loosehead says...

the busses weren't stopped for long as I've just seen a number 2 going up there so what they've caught the suspects?
the busses weren't stopped for long as I've just seen a number 2 going up there so what they've caught the suspects? loosehead
  • Score: 0

11:03am Wed 19 Feb 14

Linesman says...

Shoong wrote:
Linesman wrote:
This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power.

It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.
Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go?

I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...
Once again I will respond to your comment.

The Labour Government made money available to the police, and also to welfare and community activities. In many areas of the country, this saw a drop in crime.

This band of incompetents that came to power promising to be Tough on Crime have reduced the police budget, but have found the time and money to change the system where Police Commissioners are appointed. Where the position was once filled with senior police personnel who had experience in all levels of policing, this Tory-led government saw it as an opportunity to provide an income for some of their former MPs and party supporters.
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power. It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.[/p][/quote]Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go? I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...[/p][/quote]Once again I will respond to your comment. The Labour Government made money available to the police, and also to welfare and community activities. In many areas of the country, this saw a drop in crime. This band of incompetents that came to power promising to be Tough on Crime have reduced the police budget, but have found the time and money to change the system where Police Commissioners are appointed. Where the position was once filled with senior police personnel who had experience in all levels of policing, this Tory-led government saw it as an opportunity to provide an income for some of their former MPs and party supporters. Linesman
  • Score: 0

11:17am Wed 19 Feb 14

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
SaintAsh1964 wrote:
God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again.
This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush.
I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.
i got into trouble I admit that but I never had Rugby clubs or football clubs or any other form of activity chasing me to take part.
at 15 I left school & I hanged around with the local lads(not allowed out at night until then) they got me to go to the dell & the trouble came.
But now they have clubs of every sport chasing after them they could quite easily be kept busy with out getting bored.
in this area alone you have Southampton Rugby & Millbrook Rugby clubs with youth sides you have God knows how many football clubs plus there's rowing,cycling,athle

tics & swimming clubs plus cricket clubs in the summer so no need to hang around in gangs being bored & stoning busses is there?
So you were easily led. Not a leader, just a follower of anyone who came up with what looked like a good idea. - Shades of Cameron?

"I hanged around with local lads..." The Queens English as she be spoke! Perhaps if you had concentrated at school, you would have stated that 'I hung around with local lads.'

Yes. Youngsters do have clubs, or Did have them, but many of those clubs that had financial support from their local authorities, are now either closing or having to curtail some activities because of economies forced on them thanks to the cuts in government grants by Cameron, Osborne &Co.

Combine this with their parents' income is not keeping pace with inflation, meaning they cannot afford to attend places that they once frequented, is it any wonder that this sort of thing happens?

It is said that 'The Devil finds work for idle hands', and this is just one example of it.

Not all kids are bad, and this incident should not be condoned, but I think that those in authority could maybe look on it as a cry for help.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again. This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush. I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.[/p][/quote]i got into trouble I admit that but I never had Rugby clubs or football clubs or any other form of activity chasing me to take part. at 15 I left school & I hanged around with the local lads(not allowed out at night until then) they got me to go to the dell & the trouble came. But now they have clubs of every sport chasing after them they could quite easily be kept busy with out getting bored. in this area alone you have Southampton Rugby & Millbrook Rugby clubs with youth sides you have God knows how many football clubs plus there's rowing,cycling,athle tics & swimming clubs plus cricket clubs in the summer so no need to hang around in gangs being bored & stoning busses is there?[/p][/quote]So you were easily led. Not a leader, just a follower of anyone who came up with what looked like a good idea. - Shades of Cameron? "I hanged around with local lads..." The Queens English as she be spoke! Perhaps if you had concentrated at school, you would have stated that 'I hung around with local lads.' Yes. Youngsters do have clubs, or Did have them, but many of those clubs that had financial support from their local authorities, are now either closing or having to curtail some activities because of economies forced on them thanks to the cuts in government grants by Cameron, Osborne &Co. Combine this with their parents' income is not keeping pace with inflation, meaning they cannot afford to attend places that they once frequented, is it any wonder that this sort of thing happens? It is said that 'The Devil finds work for idle hands', and this is just one example of it. Not all kids are bad, and this incident should not be condoned, but I think that those in authority could maybe look on it as a cry for help. Linesman
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11:24am Wed 19 Feb 14

Linesman says...

Shoong wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Linesman wrote:
This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power.

It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.
Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go?

I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...
For a start, more funding was put into policing.

We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate.

Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.'
Excuses, excuses.
I have given my reasons.

Now perhaps you would be kind enough to explain how your beloved Tory-led government can carry out its pre-election promise to be tough on crime, whey it has systematically reduced the police budget, which has reduced the number of police.

While you are about it, you make take the opportunity to explain how it is better to have an Elected Police Commissioner, with no back-ground in policing or police work, than it was to have a Commissioner who had served in the police for a number of years, and reached the top on promotion thanks to their ability?
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power. It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.[/p][/quote]Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go? I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...[/p][/quote]For a start, more funding was put into policing. We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate. Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.'[/p][/quote]Excuses, excuses.[/p][/quote]I have given my reasons. Now perhaps you would be kind enough to explain how your beloved Tory-led government can carry out its pre-election promise to be tough on crime, whey it has systematically reduced the police budget, which has reduced the number of police. While you are about it, you make take the opportunity to explain how it is better to have an Elected Police Commissioner, with no back-ground in policing or police work, than it was to have a Commissioner who had served in the police for a number of years, and reached the top on promotion thanks to their ability? Linesman
  • Score: 0

12:35pm Wed 19 Feb 14

Tenderhearts wife says...

Quizbook wrote:
Tenderhearts wife wrote:
the people that will suffer the most at the hands of these 'feral scum' are the elderly that have the misfortune to live on the Millbrook estate. hopefully once it starts to effect the grandparents of these 'scum' then perhaps they might realize the consequences of their actions?
I also believe that the parents will not give a **** if confronted at their front door by the police regarding their little darlings behaviour, unfortunately that is the society that we have created by dealing with kids with the softly-softly approach. I brought up 3 kids alone, I worked and took them to Boy & Girls Brigade, football, brass band & swimming in the evenings. They were not roaming the streets terrorising other people and bringing the police to my door. It was hard work but the input into my kids was worth the end result, three great young, respectful adults.
How do you know your kids were never a problem ?

My dad never knew what me and my mates got up to. Kids dont tell their mum & dad all they do.
In fact we didnt do much wrong, a bit nicking sweets from a local shop, and my mate Pete **** on some apples cos the greengrocer insulted Pete's brother.
But we never told our mums & dads.
obviously I cannot be 100% sure that my kids were never a problem but as they were brought up on the same council estate that I was brought up on, just the next road over from my childhood home , where a lot of the residents were the same families that I grew up with and so both I and they were known to the majority of neighbourhood. If my kids were a problem to others on our estate then I would have had a knock on my door or been told about it in passing in the street. My son and a friend who also lived in our road broke a neighbours window whilst playing football on the green. They ran away in panic (home to me) I took them straight back and made them knock on the door, apologise and help clean up the mess. its all about respect of others around you and that is what a lot of youngsters don't have, kids will get into mischief that goes without saying but to maliciously hurt or torment others is a completely different matter.
They were never out after dark roaming the streets.
[quote][p][bold]Quizbook[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tenderhearts wife[/bold] wrote: the people that will suffer the most at the hands of these 'feral scum' are the elderly that have the misfortune to live on the Millbrook estate. hopefully once it starts to effect the grandparents of these 'scum' then perhaps they might realize the consequences of their actions? I also believe that the parents will not give a **** if confronted at their front door by the police regarding their little darlings behaviour, unfortunately that is the society that we have created by dealing with kids with the softly-softly approach. I brought up 3 kids alone, I worked and took them to Boy & Girls Brigade, football, brass band & swimming in the evenings. They were not roaming the streets terrorising other people and bringing the police to my door. It was hard work but the input into my kids was worth the end result, three great young, respectful adults.[/p][/quote]How do you know your kids were never a problem ? My dad never knew what me and my mates got up to. Kids dont tell their mum & dad all they do. In fact we didnt do much wrong, a bit nicking sweets from a local shop, and my mate Pete **** on some apples cos the greengrocer insulted Pete's brother. But we never told our mums & dads.[/p][/quote]obviously I cannot be 100% sure that my kids were never a problem but as they were brought up on the same council estate that I was brought up on, just the next road over from my childhood home , where a lot of the residents were the same families that I grew up with and so both I and they were known to the majority of neighbourhood. If my kids were a problem to others on our estate then I would have had a knock on my door or been told about it in passing in the street. My son and a friend who also lived in our road broke a neighbours window whilst playing football on the green. They ran away in panic (home to me) I took them straight back and made them knock on the door, apologise and help clean up the mess. its all about respect of others around you and that is what a lot of youngsters don't have, kids will get into mischief that goes without saying but to maliciously hurt or torment others is a completely different matter. They were never out after dark roaming the streets. Tenderhearts wife
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12:49pm Wed 19 Feb 14

Dai Rear says...

Linesman wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Linesman wrote:
This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power.

It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.
Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go?

I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...
For a start, more funding was put into policing.

We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate.

Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.'
Excuses, excuses.
I have given my reasons.

Now perhaps you would be kind enough to explain how your beloved Tory-led government can carry out its pre-election promise to be tough on crime, whey it has systematically reduced the police budget, which has reduced the number of police.

While you are about it, you make take the opportunity to explain how it is better to have an Elected Police Commissioner, with no back-ground in policing or police work, than it was to have a Commissioner who had served in the police for a number of years, and reached the top on promotion thanks to their ability?
"Now perhaps you would be kind enough to explain how your beloved Tory-led government can carry out its pre-election promise to be tough on crime, whey it has systematically reduced the police budget, which has reduced the number of police."
We don't have to explain it to you and you know it already. Your Liam Byrne said it. Now , to use the phrase beloved of the homosexual single issue fanatic-"Brown squandered the cash. Get over it"
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power. It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.[/p][/quote]Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go? I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...[/p][/quote]For a start, more funding was put into policing. We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate. Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.'[/p][/quote]Excuses, excuses.[/p][/quote]I have given my reasons. Now perhaps you would be kind enough to explain how your beloved Tory-led government can carry out its pre-election promise to be tough on crime, whey it has systematically reduced the police budget, which has reduced the number of police. While you are about it, you make take the opportunity to explain how it is better to have an Elected Police Commissioner, with no back-ground in policing or police work, than it was to have a Commissioner who had served in the police for a number of years, and reached the top on promotion thanks to their ability?[/p][/quote]"Now perhaps you would be kind enough to explain how your beloved Tory-led government can carry out its pre-election promise to be tough on crime, whey it has systematically reduced the police budget, which has reduced the number of police." We don't have to explain it to you and you know it already. Your Liam Byrne said it. Now , to use the phrase beloved of the homosexual single issue fanatic-"Brown squandered the cash. Get over it" Dai Rear
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1:40pm Wed 19 Feb 14

kiddynamite says...

St.Winch70 wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............




..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol
Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....
oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council.
The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built.
Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me!
[quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol[/p][/quote]Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....[/p][/quote]oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council. The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built. Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me! kiddynamite
  • Score: 1

2:31pm Wed 19 Feb 14

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Linesman wrote:
This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power.

It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.
Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go?

I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...
For a start, more funding was put into policing.

We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate.

Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.'
Excuses, excuses.
I have given my reasons.

Now perhaps you would be kind enough to explain how your beloved Tory-led government can carry out its pre-election promise to be tough on crime, whey it has systematically reduced the police budget, which has reduced the number of police.

While you are about it, you make take the opportunity to explain how it is better to have an Elected Police Commissioner, with no back-ground in policing or police work, than it was to have a Commissioner who had served in the police for a number of years, and reached the top on promotion thanks to their ability?
Okay so here you go again criticising my education? it was at a secondary modern/comprehensive school you know the Labour dream to make us all equal!
First off it's not the Government cutting Police numbers it's either the chief inspector or the new Police commissioners.
I can't remember if it was Surrey or Sussex that decided to cut senior posts & increase the actual number of police officers on the streets.
the government said to all Police authorities before the elections for commissioners took place we have earmarked savings in upper management levels where cuts could be made but hey ho those upper management passed on those savings(job cuts) to the rank & file.
So why doesn't the Police Commissioners reverse that & cut top jobs & restore bobbies to the beat?
It's the same as this council scrapping the Island deal(comparison not red herring) the two councils were going to merge senior management posts cutting senior management & saving both councils millions but the Labour party won & scrapped it & got rid of lower paid workers exactly what the Police have done protected Senior Management at the cost to the low paid & rank & file police officers or can't you see that?
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power. It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.[/p][/quote]Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go? I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...[/p][/quote]For a start, more funding was put into policing. We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate. Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.'[/p][/quote]Excuses, excuses.[/p][/quote]I have given my reasons. Now perhaps you would be kind enough to explain how your beloved Tory-led government can carry out its pre-election promise to be tough on crime, whey it has systematically reduced the police budget, which has reduced the number of police. While you are about it, you make take the opportunity to explain how it is better to have an Elected Police Commissioner, with no back-ground in policing or police work, than it was to have a Commissioner who had served in the police for a number of years, and reached the top on promotion thanks to their ability?[/p][/quote]Okay so here you go again criticising my education? it was at a secondary modern/comprehensive school you know the Labour dream to make us all equal! First off it's not the Government cutting Police numbers it's either the chief inspector or the new Police commissioners. I can't remember if it was Surrey or Sussex that decided to cut senior posts & increase the actual number of police officers on the streets. the government said to all Police authorities before the elections for commissioners took place we have earmarked savings in upper management levels where cuts could be made but hey ho those upper management passed on those savings(job cuts) to the rank & file. So why doesn't the Police Commissioners reverse that & cut top jobs & restore bobbies to the beat? It's the same as this council scrapping the Island deal(comparison not red herring) the two councils were going to merge senior management posts cutting senior management & saving both councils millions but the Labour party won & scrapped it & got rid of lower paid workers exactly what the Police have done protected Senior Management at the cost to the low paid & rank & file police officers or can't you see that? loosehead
  • Score: 1

2:35pm Wed 19 Feb 14

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Linesman wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Linesman wrote:
This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power.

It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.
Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go?

I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...
For a start, more funding was put into policing.

We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate.

Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.'
Excuses, excuses.
I have given my reasons.

Now perhaps you would be kind enough to explain how your beloved Tory-led government can carry out its pre-election promise to be tough on crime, whey it has systematically reduced the police budget, which has reduced the number of police.

While you are about it, you make take the opportunity to explain how it is better to have an Elected Police Commissioner, with no back-ground in policing or police work, than it was to have a Commissioner who had served in the police for a number of years, and reached the top on promotion thanks to their ability?
did you vote for the candidate with a police background as I thought I did but how many bothered voting?
didn't the police board have something to do with policing levels? how long was Rayment a police officer?
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: This Tory-led government, that got to power promising to be 'Tough on Crime', have cut the police budget, so reducing the number of police, since they came to power. It's all very well claiming that the police should do something about it, but to do that, they need the staff.[/p][/quote]Again, I remember who said 'Tough on Crime, Tough on the causes of Crime' first, how did that go? I know you won't answer this one again but one broken record deserves another...[/p][/quote]For a start, more funding was put into policing. We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate. Perhaps, if money had been spent on the police instead of spending money on electing Police Commissioners, it may have made a bit of a difference. I suppose the idea was to give some of their failed politicians a chance for a few more quid in their pockets, that would eventually find its way back as 'a political donation.'[/p][/quote]Excuses, excuses.[/p][/quote]I have given my reasons. Now perhaps you would be kind enough to explain how your beloved Tory-led government can carry out its pre-election promise to be tough on crime, whey it has systematically reduced the police budget, which has reduced the number of police. While you are about it, you make take the opportunity to explain how it is better to have an Elected Police Commissioner, with no back-ground in policing or police work, than it was to have a Commissioner who had served in the police for a number of years, and reached the top on promotion thanks to their ability?[/p][/quote]did you vote for the candidate with a police background as I thought I did but how many bothered voting? didn't the police board have something to do with policing levels? how long was Rayment a police officer? loosehead
  • Score: 0

2:53pm Wed 19 Feb 14

Dai Rear says...

"We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate."
I beg to differ. Report any "domestic", "hate crime ("ism", "phobia") any sexual misdemeanour, from 60 or 70 years ago and you'll have more coppers on your case than you ever saw with Buster Keaton. But you're right if you're talking about all the boring trivia like street robberies and burglaries of your home. BlairBrown not only squandered all the cash but left the police with a ghastly extreme left bias. Success I suppose you'd call it . After all it's what you've been beavering away at since 1989.
"We now have a situation where victims find that it is pointless reporting minor crimes because they know that, with a reduced police force, there are less of them available to investigate." I beg to differ. Report any "domestic", "hate crime ("ism", "phobia") any sexual misdemeanour, from 60 or 70 years ago and you'll have more coppers on your case than you ever saw with Buster Keaton. But you're right if you're talking about all the boring trivia like street robberies and burglaries of your home. BlairBrown not only squandered all the cash but left the police with a ghastly extreme left bias. Success I suppose you'd call it . After all it's what you've been beavering away at since 1989. Dai Rear
  • Score: 0

6:08pm Wed 19 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

Dai Rear wrote:
Wow KSO16R what sparkling repartee. Do you know, I made the name up so that catatonic old lefties like you wouldn't be stumped for a response when completely outgunned. Embarrassing for the poor little dabs. But the same boring theme has been used so many times it needs a rest.
Not a leftie, not catatonic (according to karl ludvigs definition), not poor, not old and only posted a similar comment once before to your predictably banal comments so wrong on pretty much everything mate. Oh and i know we are not mates i am being facetious.
[quote][p][bold]Dai Rear[/bold] wrote: Wow KSO16R what sparkling repartee. Do you know, I made the name up so that catatonic old lefties like you wouldn't be stumped for a response when completely outgunned. Embarrassing for the poor little dabs. But the same boring theme has been used so many times it needs a rest.[/p][/quote]Not a leftie, not catatonic (according to karl ludvigs definition), not poor, not old and only posted a similar comment once before to your predictably banal comments so wrong on pretty much everything mate. Oh and i know we are not mates i am being facetious. KSO16R
  • Score: 2

6:52pm Wed 19 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

kiddynamite wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............





..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol
Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....
oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council.
The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built.
Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me!
Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley.
[quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol[/p][/quote]Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....[/p][/quote]oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council. The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built. Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me![/p][/quote]Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley. KSO16R
  • Score: -2

9:33pm Wed 19 Feb 14

loosehead says...

KSO16R wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............






..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol
Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....
oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council.
The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built.
Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me!
Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley.
watch it you'll be doing a Linesman & saying Millbrook Green Park estate is part of the New Forest as it's close to it.
I was brought up in the real Millbrook & I'm offended at the estate being called Millbrook as it's not it's Millbrook Green Park estate exactly where's Millbrook train station? why is it BAT was built before Tanners brook & any houses in Regents Park Road yet it comes under Millbrook ?
[quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol[/p][/quote]Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....[/p][/quote]oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council. The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built. Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me![/p][/quote]Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley.[/p][/quote]watch it you'll be doing a Linesman & saying Millbrook Green Park estate is part of the New Forest as it's close to it. I was brought up in the real Millbrook & I'm offended at the estate being called Millbrook as it's not it's Millbrook Green Park estate exactly where's Millbrook train station? why is it BAT was built before Tanners brook & any houses in Regents Park Road yet it comes under Millbrook ? loosehead
  • Score: 0

9:41pm Wed 19 Feb 14

KSO16R says...

loosehead wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............







..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol
Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....
oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council.
The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built.
Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me!
Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley.
watch it you'll be doing a Linesman & saying Millbrook Green Park estate is part of the New Forest as it's close to it.
I was brought up in the real Millbrook & I'm offended at the estate being called Millbrook as it's not it's Millbrook Green Park estate exactly where's Millbrook train station? why is it BAT was built before Tanners brook & any houses in Regents Park Road yet it comes under Millbrook ?
: ) but do you agree that the estates location is better than whiteley. The icing on the cake being that it is about as far away from pompey as you can get in southampton.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol[/p][/quote]Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....[/p][/quote]oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council. The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built. Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me![/p][/quote]Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley.[/p][/quote]watch it you'll be doing a Linesman & saying Millbrook Green Park estate is part of the New Forest as it's close to it. I was brought up in the real Millbrook & I'm offended at the estate being called Millbrook as it's not it's Millbrook Green Park estate exactly where's Millbrook train station? why is it BAT was built before Tanners brook & any houses in Regents Park Road yet it comes under Millbrook ?[/p][/quote]: ) but do you agree that the estates location is better than whiteley. The icing on the cake being that it is about as far away from pompey as you can get in southampton. KSO16R
  • Score: -1

1:13am Thu 20 Feb 14

oldage says...

Kids breeding kids .The kiddy parents to intrested in facebook that they do not know there brood are out causing trouble !! Maybe there benefits are to high and there living it up with stella ! and have no idea whats going on around them;Rant over ...
Kids breeding kids .The kiddy parents to intrested in facebook that they do not know there brood are out causing trouble !! Maybe there benefits are to high and there living it up with stella ! and have no idea whats going on around them;Rant over ... oldage
  • Score: 2

7:40am Thu 20 Feb 14

Dai Rear says...

KSO16R wrote:
Dai Rear wrote:
Wow KSO16R what sparkling repartee. Do you know, I made the name up so that catatonic old lefties like you wouldn't be stumped for a response when completely outgunned. Embarrassing for the poor little dabs. But the same boring theme has been used so many times it needs a rest.
Not a leftie, not catatonic (according to karl ludvigs definition), not poor, not old and only posted a similar comment once before to your predictably banal comments so wrong on pretty much everything mate. Oh and i know we are not mates i am being facetious.
Sounds a bit old to me, telling the same (predictably banal) "funny" twice, but hey I guess your originality quotient is low and you probably don't even know that a load of boring old f*rts have run the diarrhoea routine , just like you.
[quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dai Rear[/bold] wrote: Wow KSO16R what sparkling repartee. Do you know, I made the name up so that catatonic old lefties like you wouldn't be stumped for a response when completely outgunned. Embarrassing for the poor little dabs. But the same boring theme has been used so many times it needs a rest.[/p][/quote]Not a leftie, not catatonic (according to karl ludvigs definition), not poor, not old and only posted a similar comment once before to your predictably banal comments so wrong on pretty much everything mate. Oh and i know we are not mates i am being facetious.[/p][/quote]Sounds a bit old to me, telling the same (predictably banal) "funny" twice, but hey I guess your originality quotient is low and you probably don't even know that a load of boring old f*rts have run the diarrhoea routine , just like you. Dai Rear
  • Score: 0

7:51am Thu 20 Feb 14

loosehead says...

KSO16R wrote:
loosehead wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............








..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol
Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....
oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council.
The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built.
Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me!
Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley.
watch it you'll be doing a Linesman & saying Millbrook Green Park estate is part of the New Forest as it's close to it.
I was brought up in the real Millbrook & I'm offended at the estate being called Millbrook as it's not it's Millbrook Green Park estate exactly where's Millbrook train station? why is it BAT was built before Tanners brook & any houses in Regents Park Road yet it comes under Millbrook ?
: ) but do you agree that the estates location is better than whiteley. The icing on the cake being that it is about as far away from pompey as you can get in southampton.
i've never wanted to live in Whitely isn't it only one way in & out of it?
I did leafletting in Millbrook Green Park estate & there are some really great streets with the occupiers taking pride in their houses.
but then there are houses/roads where you think why the hell did they want a house if this is how they treat it?
[quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol[/p][/quote]Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....[/p][/quote]oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council. The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built. Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me![/p][/quote]Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley.[/p][/quote]watch it you'll be doing a Linesman & saying Millbrook Green Park estate is part of the New Forest as it's close to it. I was brought up in the real Millbrook & I'm offended at the estate being called Millbrook as it's not it's Millbrook Green Park estate exactly where's Millbrook train station? why is it BAT was built before Tanners brook & any houses in Regents Park Road yet it comes under Millbrook ?[/p][/quote]: ) but do you agree that the estates location is better than whiteley. The icing on the cake being that it is about as far away from pompey as you can get in southampton.[/p][/quote]i've never wanted to live in Whitely isn't it only one way in & out of it? I did leafletting in Millbrook Green Park estate & there are some really great streets with the occupiers taking pride in their houses. but then there are houses/roads where you think why the hell did they want a house if this is how they treat it? loosehead
  • Score: 1

7:56am Thu 20 Feb 14

Dai Rear says...

"but then there are houses/roads where you think why the hell did they want a house if this is how they treat it?"
I'd assume it's because it's free (to them). We paid for it.
"but then there are houses/roads where you think why the hell did they want a house if this is how they treat it?" I'd assume it's because it's free (to them). We paid for it. Dai Rear
  • Score: 2

8:01am Thu 20 Feb 14

loosehead says...

Dai Rear wrote:
"but then there are houses/roads where you think why the hell did they want a house if this is how they treat it?"
I'd assume it's because it's free (to them). We paid for it.
thank you for finishing off my post
[quote][p][bold]Dai Rear[/bold] wrote: "but then there are houses/roads where you think why the hell did they want a house if this is how they treat it?" I'd assume it's because it's free (to them). We paid for it.[/p][/quote]thank you for finishing off my post loosehead
  • Score: 0

4:08pm Thu 20 Feb 14

Ronnie G says...

Outside of the Box wrote:
First Bus took away our bus service as well, forcing the old, disabled and many upstanding members of the community to walk the so many different venues on the route. Their crime was that the service wasn't commercially profitable so First cut it out.
OMG, that's almost as bad as the councillors that made the decision to CUT the funding of 'selected' routes, meaning after a bus survey by union members was carried out, it was then used against bus companies for financial & political gain by our Labour Council.
More political unrest. Now there's a surprise..
[quote][p][bold]Outside of the Box[/bold] wrote: First Bus took away our bus service as well, forcing the old, disabled and many upstanding members of the community to walk the so many different venues on the route. Their crime was that the service wasn't commercially profitable so First cut it out.[/p][/quote]OMG, that's almost as bad as the councillors that made the decision to CUT the funding of 'selected' routes, meaning after a bus survey by union members was carried out, it was then used against bus companies for financial & political gain by our Labour Council. More political unrest. Now there's a surprise.. Ronnie G
  • Score: 0

4:12pm Thu 20 Feb 14

vpharm says...

if police trace who did this, they should charge the culprit/s with many counts of attempted murder as they intended to harm people.
That rock or brick could had hit the driver leading to the death of everyone on board & other drivers nearby!

Stop the yobs benefits & steralise them so they can't breed!
if police trace who did this, they should charge the culprit/s with many counts of attempted murder as they intended to harm people. That rock or brick could had hit the driver leading to the death of everyone on board & other drivers nearby! Stop the yobs benefits & steralise them so they can't breed! vpharm
  • Score: 1

4:16pm Thu 20 Feb 14

vpharm says...

these yobs need to get a really good beating & then forced to do hard labour digging out ditches getting muddy & then banned from all public transport for 5 years!
these yobs need to get a really good beating & then forced to do hard labour digging out ditches getting muddy & then banned from all public transport for 5 years! vpharm
  • Score: 0

4:21pm Thu 20 Feb 14

vpharm says...

take the yobs possessions & smash those to bits.
If they are on benefits then stop the benefits!
take the yobs possessions & smash those to bits. If they are on benefits then stop the benefits! vpharm
  • Score: 1

12:48am Fri 21 Feb 14

Dave Of The South says...

loosehead wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
loosehead wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............









..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol
Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....
oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council.
The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built.
Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me!
Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley.
watch it you'll be doing a Linesman & saying Millbrook Green Park estate is part of the New Forest as it's close to it.
I was brought up in the real Millbrook & I'm offended at the estate being called Millbrook as it's not it's Millbrook Green Park estate exactly where's Millbrook train station? why is it BAT was built before Tanners brook & any houses in Regents Park Road yet it comes under Millbrook ?
: ) but do you agree that the estates location is better than whiteley. The icing on the cake being that it is about as far away from pompey as you can get in southampton.
i've never wanted to live in Whitely isn't it only one way in & out of it?
I did leafletting in Millbrook Green Park estate & there are some really great streets with the occupiers taking pride in their houses.
but then there are houses/roads where you think why the hell did they want a house if this is how they treat it?
Whiteley - lets get a few facts right shall we -
It is in a Portsmouth postcode district -so refreshingly no SO postcode to scar us with. There is very little chav element - you can actually walk along the street & not see laddettes & the Jeremy Kyle show roadshow ensemble. The new shopping centre is doing very well thank you. The rumble of the M27 is better than the inner-city suburb pollution & we have trees too don't you know that actually muffle the sound. We have THREE roads in/out. Yew tree drive, Leafy Lane & Whiteley Way. We have deer running wild (that we don't hunt/shoot for food). The nearest local tip is in Segensworth & not every other block of flats with boarded up windows. Our local Co-op doesn't have all it's beer/wines/spirits behind a barrier. And we pronounce our THREEs with a "th" sound & not a "FRee" sound. It's wonderful.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol[/p][/quote]Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....[/p][/quote]oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council. The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built. Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me![/p][/quote]Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley.[/p][/quote]watch it you'll be doing a Linesman & saying Millbrook Green Park estate is part of the New Forest as it's close to it. I was brought up in the real Millbrook & I'm offended at the estate being called Millbrook as it's not it's Millbrook Green Park estate exactly where's Millbrook train station? why is it BAT was built before Tanners brook & any houses in Regents Park Road yet it comes under Millbrook ?[/p][/quote]: ) but do you agree that the estates location is better than whiteley. The icing on the cake being that it is about as far away from pompey as you can get in southampton.[/p][/quote]i've never wanted to live in Whitely isn't it only one way in & out of it? I did leafletting in Millbrook Green Park estate & there are some really great streets with the occupiers taking pride in their houses. but then there are houses/roads where you think why the hell did they want a house if this is how they treat it?[/p][/quote]Whiteley - lets get a few facts right shall we - It is in a Portsmouth postcode district -so refreshingly no SO postcode to scar us with. There is very little chav element - you can actually walk along the street & not see laddettes & the Jeremy Kyle show roadshow ensemble. The new shopping centre is doing very well thank you. The rumble of the M27 is better than the inner-city suburb pollution & we have trees too don't you know that actually muffle the sound. We have THREE roads in/out. Yew tree drive, Leafy Lane & Whiteley Way. We have deer running wild (that we don't hunt/shoot for food). The nearest local tip is in Segensworth & not every other block of flats with boarded up windows. Our local Co-op doesn't have all it's beer/wines/spirits behind a barrier. And we pronounce our THREEs with a "th" sound & not a "FRee" sound. It's wonderful. Dave Of The South
  • Score: 0

6:35am Fri 21 Feb 14

loosehead says...

Dave Of The South wrote:
loosehead wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
loosehead wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
St.Winch70 wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Here, There wrote:
kiddynamite wrote:
Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents.............










..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say!
"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ?
Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.
Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol
Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....
oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council.
The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built.
Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me!
Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley.
watch it you'll be doing a Linesman & saying Millbrook Green Park estate is part of the New Forest as it's close to it.
I was brought up in the real Millbrook & I'm offended at the estate being called Millbrook as it's not it's Millbrook Green Park estate exactly where's Millbrook train station? why is it BAT was built before Tanners brook & any houses in Regents Park Road yet it comes under Millbrook ?
: ) but do you agree that the estates location is better than whiteley. The icing on the cake being that it is about as far away from pompey as you can get in southampton.
i've never wanted to live in Whitely isn't it only one way in & out of it?
I did leafletting in Millbrook Green Park estate & there are some really great streets with the occupiers taking pride in their houses.
but then there are houses/roads where you think why the hell did they want a house if this is how they treat it?
Whiteley - lets get a few facts right shall we -
It is in a Portsmouth postcode district -so refreshingly no SO postcode to scar us with. There is very little chav element - you can actually walk along the street & not see laddettes & the Jeremy Kyle show roadshow ensemble. The new shopping centre is doing very well thank you. The rumble of the M27 is better than the inner-city suburb pollution & we have trees too don't you know that actually muffle the sound. We have THREE roads in/out. Yew tree drive, Leafy Lane & Whiteley Way. We have deer running wild (that we don't hunt/shoot for food). The nearest local tip is in Segensworth & not every other block of flats with boarded up windows. Our local Co-op doesn't have all it's beer/wines/spirits behind a barrier. And we pronounce our THREEs with a "th" sound & not a "FRee" sound. It's wonderful.
i have nothing against Portsmouth but it's not really something you brag about on this website as I & many other posters would definitely prefer to have a Southampton post code
[quote][p][bold]Dave Of The South[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Winch70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Here, There[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: Im all for the council estates, i lived in one for many years. I met some of the nicest people ever living in Townhill park in the early 90s. I have to say Millbronx though is a special kind of council estate though. I have never known so many @ssholes and scum come from the same place. These vile cretins would sell their own parents for a joint or new pair of trackies init. I am sure there are decent people unfortunately living in Millbronx so why don't the decent people gang up and sort out the people who are blatantly wasting skin. Its so sad that these idiots will grow up just like their dole abiding parents............. ..useless to society. Nuke the place and build a new ice rink i say![/p][/quote]"Millbronx" how original, I see some who reside in the area call it that and do themselves and others a disservice which fuels the ignorant, because the majority are decent people they don't feel the need to 'gang up' because incidents are minimal they don't feel the need to 'gang up' perhaps you yourself have very many shortcomings so would like to join a 'gang' is that the reason you are calling for one ? Millbrook is 'special' its one of the largest estates in the Country and very many will tell a tale of meeting "some of the nicest people ever" so it is far from as you attempt to describe.. Loosehead, Freshfield and the surrounding roads have more problems than those in Millbrook but again not saying that its right.[/p][/quote]Yeah apologies its a lovely place to live. Ill pack up my 5 bedroom in whiteley and move asap! lol[/p][/quote]Yes Whiteley is lovely too isn't it? Nothing better than a poorly constructed new build with stud walls, the rumble of the M27 and a failing shopping centre - One mans' heaven....[/p][/quote]oh i forgot to mention i actually own my house, unlike you no doubt who borrows one from the council. The shopping centre is fabulous pal! I would say come and see but please dont we dont like riff raff in Whiteley. I cannot hear the M27 but maybe thats because im over in Leafy and it cannot be heard from here. I can assure you my house is very well built. Are you seriously suggesting you would rather live in a council tip in Millbronx than a nice shiny house in Whirteley? Go on humour me![/p][/quote]Millbrook is on the edge of the new forest, excellent access to the motorway and southampton town centre is infinitely better for shopping than whiteley.[/p][/quote]watch it you'll be doing a Linesman & saying Millbrook Green Park estate is part of the New Forest as it's close to it. I was brought up in the real Millbrook & I'm offended at the estate being called Millbrook as it's not it's Millbrook Green Park estate exactly where's Millbrook train station? why is it BAT was built before Tanners brook & any houses in Regents Park Road yet it comes under Millbrook ?[/p][/quote]: ) but do you agree that the estates location is better than whiteley. The icing on the cake being that it is about as far away from pompey as you can get in southampton.[/p][/quote]i've never wanted to live in Whitely isn't it only one way in & out of it? I did leafletting in Millbrook Green Park estate & there are some really great streets with the occupiers taking pride in their houses. but then there are houses/roads where you think why the hell did they want a house if this is how they treat it?[/p][/quote]Whiteley - lets get a few facts right shall we - It is in a Portsmouth postcode district -so refreshingly no SO postcode to scar us with. There is very little chav element - you can actually walk along the street & not see laddettes & the Jeremy Kyle show roadshow ensemble. The new shopping centre is doing very well thank you. The rumble of the M27 is better than the inner-city suburb pollution & we have trees too don't you know that actually muffle the sound. We have THREE roads in/out. Yew tree drive, Leafy Lane & Whiteley Way. We have deer running wild (that we don't hunt/shoot for food). The nearest local tip is in Segensworth & not every other block of flats with boarded up windows. Our local Co-op doesn't have all it's beer/wines/spirits behind a barrier. And we pronounce our THREEs with a "th" sound & not a "FRee" sound. It's wonderful.[/p][/quote]i have nothing against Portsmouth but it's not really something you brag about on this website as I & many other posters would definitely prefer to have a Southampton post code loosehead
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8:07am Fri 21 Feb 14

Dai Rear says...

vpharm wrote:
if police trace who did this, they should charge the culprit/s with many counts of attempted murder as they intended to harm people.
That rock or brick could had hit the driver leading to the death of everyone on board & other drivers nearby!

Stop the yobs benefits & steralise them so they can't breed!
It's criminal damage reckless as to whether life may be endangered, subject to the case of R-v-Steer. Like throwing rocks off road bridges in the fashion of Hancock and Shankland who became proletarian heroes by killing a taxi driver in the Miners' Strike. They were visited by Scargill in prison every month and their wages were paid with NUM Libyan money throughout their imprisonment (Mr Hancock put his to good use by purchasing a large consignment of drugs for sale on his release.)
Moral of the story-be careful what you wish for. Feral scum today; Heroes of the Working Class tomorrow.
[quote][p][bold]vpharm[/bold] wrote: if police trace who did this, they should charge the culprit/s with many counts of attempted murder as they intended to harm people. That rock or brick could had hit the driver leading to the death of everyone on board & other drivers nearby! Stop the yobs benefits & steralise them so they can't breed![/p][/quote]It's criminal damage reckless as to whether life may be endangered, subject to the case of R-v-Steer. Like throwing rocks off road bridges in the fashion of Hancock and Shankland who became proletarian heroes by killing a taxi driver in the Miners' Strike. They were visited by Scargill in prison every month and their wages were paid with NUM Libyan money throughout their imprisonment (Mr Hancock put his to good use by purchasing a large consignment of drugs for sale on his release.) Moral of the story-be careful what you wish for. Feral scum today; Heroes of the Working Class tomorrow. Dai Rear
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3:02pm Sun 23 Feb 14

hantslass says...

loosehead wrote:
SaintAsh1964 wrote:
God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again.
This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush.
I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.
i got into trouble I admit that but I never had Rugby clubs or football clubs or any other form of activity chasing me to take part.
at 15 I left school & I hanged around with the local lads(not allowed out at night until then) they got me to go to the dell & the trouble came.
But now they have clubs of every sport chasing after them they could quite easily be kept busy with out getting bored.
in this area alone you have Southampton Rugby & Millbrook Rugby clubs with youth sides you have God knows how many football clubs plus there's rowing,cycling,athle

tics & swimming clubs plus cricket clubs in the summer so no need to hang around in gangs being bored & stoning busses is there?
About time the government took away the parents cigarettes and beer money , to make them sit up and take more notice of their kids rather than sitting around and only thinking of themselves. parents have a lot to answer for , and they know who they are ???
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SaintAsh1964[/bold] wrote: God there's some stupid comments on here already, because you all know where your youngsters are every single night, staying around their mates houses are they?, mmm check again. This happens with every new generation of kids growing up on every council estate in every City in the Country not just Millbrook & Maybush. I have no doubt that their Parents would be horrified to find out their little darlings have been throwing stones at Buses, had a go at Shoplifting, tried Smoking, Drinking or God forbid Drugs, and if anyone that posts on here who hasn't been up to no good at some time in their life is talking B0ll0cks.[/p][/quote]i got into trouble I admit that but I never had Rugby clubs or football clubs or any other form of activity chasing me to take part. at 15 I left school & I hanged around with the local lads(not allowed out at night until then) they got me to go to the dell & the trouble came. But now they have clubs of every sport chasing after them they could quite easily be kept busy with out getting bored. in this area alone you have Southampton Rugby & Millbrook Rugby clubs with youth sides you have God knows how many football clubs plus there's rowing,cycling,athle tics & swimming clubs plus cricket clubs in the summer so no need to hang around in gangs being bored & stoning busses is there?[/p][/quote]About time the government took away the parents cigarettes and beer money , to make them sit up and take more notice of their kids rather than sitting around and only thinking of themselves. parents have a lot to answer for , and they know who they are ??? hantslass
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3:19pm Sun 23 Feb 14

hantslass says...

i noticed a car prang another car , just a minor thing the people exchanged addresses, next minute 3 police cars arrived then bugger me an unmarked police car arrived , talk about key stone cops , so we are short of police ?? i'm not surprised if that is all they can do gang up and stay around for hours talking and wasting tax payers money. ive seen it first hand . so about time the government can see what the force are up to
i noticed a car prang another car , just a minor thing the people exchanged addresses, next minute 3 police cars arrived then bugger me an unmarked police car arrived , talk about key stone cops , so we are short of police ?? i'm not surprised if that is all they can do gang up and stay around for hours talking and wasting tax payers money. ive seen it first hand . so about time the government can see what the force are up to hantslass
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