Controversial street party in Newcombe Road, Southampton, vows to go ahead

Daily Echo: Newcombe Road following last year's street party Newcombe Road following last year's street party

IT was a party that left a street riddled with rubbish, residents complaining about loud music and organisers facing a £2,000 clean-up bill.

Despite the three-hour council operation to rid Newcombe Road in Southampton of broken glass and numerous noise complaints from fed-up neighbours, organisers are planning a re-run this weekend to mark the Queen’s diamond jubilee.

Police have warned anyone planning to attend the event, or any other unlicensed street party in the county, that they could be committing a criminal offence.

More than 4,000 people have so far been signed up to attend a party in the Polygon on Sunday.

Organisers, who have been arranging sound systems and DJs for the party, admit they have failed to arrange an official street closure, but insist the event will go ahead and is “100 per cent legal”.

But Southampton City Council and Hampshire Constabulary say they will take a “very dim view” if the road is closed without permission – and are urging people not to turn up.

Last year, long-term residents in the student-dominated area said they felt intimidated and had to take their cars to safe places, as more than 2,000 revellers took over the street.

One resident, who did not want to be named, said he was dismayed that another party was planned for this weekend.

He said: “It was horrendous. I was trapped in my own home.

“I even locked my cats in.”

Lorraine Barter, who is a member of local campaign group Residents Action and lives nearby, said: “I went there last year and it was like rush hour on the London Underground – you couldn’t move.

“I went round and asked the disc jockeys to turn it down and they couldn’t even lip read what I was saying because it was so loud.

“I phoned the police about 5.15pm and they wouldn’t come out. They told me afterwards if they had tried to go in and close it down there would have been a riot.”

The people behind Sunday’s festivities, who have not responded to the Daily Echo’s requests for a comment, have been urging partygoers to bring bin bags with them to avoid a repeat of the mountains of rubbish from last year.

In an online advert for the party, organiser Danny Baker said: “This is for all the family - bring your Nan, bring your kids.

“We were too late for road closure as the council needed three weeks minimum. They informed us to do a street meet.

“As long as all equipment is off the road, which will be the case anyway, we are fine to party.

“The police will not be shutting it down.”

But the police and council insist they will act on any attempt to obstruct the highway or close the road.

A spokesperson said: "We’re strongly discouraging people from attending this attempt to hold an unlicensed street party.

“There has been no application to close the road and any attempt to do so without permission would lead to police officers taking a very dim view.

“The council and police are already keeping a close eye on the situation and won’t hesitate to take action where necessary. Officers will be patrolling the area on the day.

"Police had not been made aware in advance of last year's event and so by the time we were notified, it had grown to a considerable scale and the safest option was to allow the event to continue.

“A number of police attended the event to make sure things stayed safe and to keep an eye on it.

“We must remind people that holding or participating in unlicensed events may lead to them committing criminal offences, such as obstructing the highway."

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6:50am Fri 1 Jun 12

freemantlegirl2 says...

Everyone else having a street party has applied for a licence there have been plenty of notices about this, plenty of time to do so, this is stupid and arrogant. Whilst no-one wants to be a party pooper this could easily get out of hand as it's not properly organised.
Everyone else having a street party has applied for a licence there have been plenty of notices about this, plenty of time to do so, this is stupid and arrogant. Whilst no-one wants to be a party pooper this could easily get out of hand as it's not properly organised. freemantlegirl2
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7:55am Fri 1 Jun 12

bigfella777 says...

God forbid people should enjoy themselves and celebrate the jubilee.
God forbid people should enjoy themselves and celebrate the jubilee. bigfella777
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8:00am Fri 1 Jun 12

sb2012 says...

“I went round and asked the disc jockeys to turn it down and they couldn’t even lip read what I was saying because it was so loud"

couldn't even lip read it was so loud???? since when did you need to hear to lip read?
“I went round and asked the disc jockeys to turn it down and they couldn’t even lip read what I was saying because it was so loud" couldn't even lip read it was so loud???? since when did you need to hear to lip read? sb2012
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8:01am Fri 1 Jun 12

shirley-bill says...

Its going to rain anyway.
Its going to rain anyway. shirley-bill
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8:11am Fri 1 Jun 12

Solomon's Boot says...

bigfella777 wrote:
God forbid people should enjoy themselves and celebrate the jubilee.
Here here. I'm surprised the heath and safety gestapo haven't stepped in to spoil every party up and down the country!
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: God forbid people should enjoy themselves and celebrate the jubilee.[/p][/quote]Here here. I'm surprised the heath and safety gestapo haven't stepped in to spoil every party up and down the country! Solomon's Boot
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8:12am Fri 1 Jun 12

bigfella777 says...

Why does it cost £2000 to sweep a street, by that reckoning it must cost the council about £250,000 a day to clear the city up.
Why does it cost £2000 to sweep a street, by that reckoning it must cost the council about £250,000 a day to clear the city up. bigfella777
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8:20am Fri 1 Jun 12

ilovelamp says...

Why not ask for £1-£2 donations so that the clean up cost is covered? Feel for the residents but nothing illegal has been planned by the sounds of it. But it only takes a few rogue individuals to show up
Why not ask for £1-£2 donations so that the clean up cost is covered? Feel for the residents but nothing illegal has been planned by the sounds of it. But it only takes a few rogue individuals to show up ilovelamp
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8:27am Fri 1 Jun 12

pushamara says...

Looking at the weather forecast I wouldn't be to worried!
Looking at the weather forecast I wouldn't be to worried! pushamara
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8:38am Fri 1 Jun 12

SaintAsh1964 says...

Bigfella777...small brain by the sounds of it.
4000 odd drunk students and party goers, yeah lets not spoil their illegal party, that could result in damage to residents property, will terrorise the elderly population, will leave mountains of rubbish, vomit and Christ knows what for other's to clean up, not just Council workers but residents too, the Police should be there from 8am onwards to ensure no party takes place, if they're that desperate, take it to the park opposite the Civic centre lots of space, and no one nearby to complain, the Council could even put Tidy bins in place for all the rubbish generated.
Bigfella777...small brain by the sounds of it. 4000 odd drunk students and party goers, yeah lets not spoil their illegal party, that could result in damage to residents property, will terrorise the elderly population, will leave mountains of rubbish, vomit and Christ knows what for other's to clean up, not just Council workers but residents too, the Police should be there from 8am onwards to ensure no party takes place, if they're that desperate, take it to the park opposite the Civic centre lots of space, and no one nearby to complain, the Council could even put Tidy bins in place for all the rubbish generated. SaintAsh1964
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8:42am Fri 1 Jun 12

Caledonian2 says...

More lies from Lorraine Barter, there was a visible police presence on site for much of the day consisting of three uniformed officers. When I spoke to them they seemed to be perfectly happy with the party.

Why exactly would the police want to close it down? Last year was 100% legal and the music was turned off at 9pm on the dot in accordance with the license.

The ONLY complaint you can level at the organisers is they did not foresee the amount of rubbish left behind. In every other aspect of the party itself it was probably the best Royal Wedding Street Party in the Country.
More lies from Lorraine Barter, there was a visible police presence on site for much of the day consisting of three uniformed officers. When I spoke to them they seemed to be perfectly happy with the party. Why exactly would the police want to close it down? Last year was 100% legal and the music was turned off at 9pm on the dot in accordance with the license. The ONLY complaint you can level at the organisers is they did not foresee the amount of rubbish left behind. In every other aspect of the party itself it was probably the best Royal Wedding Street Party in the Country. Caledonian2
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8:45am Fri 1 Jun 12

dopplershift says...

Would be interesting to know what percentage of the party goers actually know what they're celebrating. (This applies all over the country not just this party.) Having chatted to 2-3 people yesterday about it who were i ntheir mid twenties I was surprised when asked that they didn't know and were actually embarrassed. "something to do with the Queen" was their answer. Very sad indeed.
Would be interesting to know what percentage of the party goers actually know what they're celebrating. (This applies all over the country not just this party.) Having chatted to 2-3 people yesterday about it who were i ntheir mid twenties I was surprised when asked that they didn't know and were actually embarrassed. "something to do with the Queen" was their answer. Very sad indeed. dopplershift
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8:47am Fri 1 Jun 12

Pixiienot says...

Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED. Pixiienot
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8:48am Fri 1 Jun 12

Caledonian2 says...

And this article really is poor journalism, just because 4000 people are in a facebook group it does not mean they plan to attend the event. Any group creator can add as many people as they want, and then those people can add whoever they want, and so on until you get 4000 people.

Also, "organisers are planning a re-run". Nobody involved with last years party is involved in this Newcombe Road thing.

Two of the clubs who were represented at last years party, Orange Rooms and Junk, are arranging a fully legal, licensed and council compliant party in co-operation with the police and council for Monday 4th June...why don't you report that
And this article really is poor journalism, just because 4000 people are in a facebook group it does not mean they plan to attend the event. Any group creator can add as many people as they want, and then those people can add whoever they want, and so on until you get 4000 people. Also, "organisers are planning a re-run". Nobody involved with last years party is involved in this Newcombe Road thing. Two of the clubs who were represented at last years party, Orange Rooms and Junk, are arranging a fully legal, licensed and council compliant party in co-operation with the police and council for Monday 4th June...why don't you report that Caledonian2
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8:50am Fri 1 Jun 12

freemantlegirl2 says...

Caledonian2 wrote:
More lies from Lorraine Barter, there was a visible police presence on site for much of the day consisting of three uniformed officers. When I spoke to them they seemed to be perfectly happy with the party.

Why exactly would the police want to close it down? Last year was 100% legal and the music was turned off at 9pm on the dot in accordance with the license.

The ONLY complaint you can level at the organisers is they did not foresee the amount of rubbish left behind. In every other aspect of the party itself it was probably the best Royal Wedding Street Party in the Country.
I think the issue this year seems to be that they don't have a licence!

I agree last year the main problem was the 'rubbish'. It's not difficult to do this properly and get the residents 'on board' with it with the right planning. It just seems very last minute and without the proper permissions, street closure or streetparty licence. Why should they be exempt?

I agree that no-one wants to be a party pooper but avoiding getting licences and not organising properly will get people's backs up.....

that said, I hope if it does go ahead it all goes well and it doesn't get out of hand....
[quote][p][bold]Caledonian2[/bold] wrote: More lies from Lorraine Barter, there was a visible police presence on site for much of the day consisting of three uniformed officers. When I spoke to them they seemed to be perfectly happy with the party. Why exactly would the police want to close it down? Last year was 100% legal and the music was turned off at 9pm on the dot in accordance with the license. The ONLY complaint you can level at the organisers is they did not foresee the amount of rubbish left behind. In every other aspect of the party itself it was probably the best Royal Wedding Street Party in the Country.[/p][/quote]I think the issue this year seems to be that they don't have a licence! I agree last year the main problem was the 'rubbish'. It's not difficult to do this properly and get the residents 'on board' with it with the right planning. It just seems very last minute and without the proper permissions, street closure or streetparty licence. Why should they be exempt? I agree that no-one wants to be a party pooper but avoiding getting licences and not organising properly will get people's backs up..... that said, I hope if it does go ahead it all goes well and it doesn't get out of hand.... freemantlegirl2
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8:51am Fri 1 Jun 12

Pixiienot says...

dopplershift wrote:
Would be interesting to know what percentage of the party goers actually know what they're celebrating. (This applies all over the country not just this party.) Having chatted to 2-3 people yesterday about it who were i ntheir mid twenties I was surprised when asked that they didn't know and were actually embarrassed. "something to do with the Queen" was their answer. Very sad indeed.
And this is because were never allowed to get involved as this report shows..
[quote][p][bold]dopplershift[/bold] wrote: Would be interesting to know what percentage of the party goers actually know what they're celebrating. (This applies all over the country not just this party.) Having chatted to 2-3 people yesterday about it who were i ntheir mid twenties I was surprised when asked that they didn't know and were actually embarrassed. "something to do with the Queen" was their answer. Very sad indeed.[/p][/quote]And this is because were never allowed to get involved as this report shows.. Pixiienot
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8:51am Fri 1 Jun 12

Big Mac says...

This 'free publicity' of the planned event can only aid, not deter the partygoers, so the best the Police can do is a repeat of the last event; show up in numbers to ensure it goes off safely. The problem will be that the force will be so stretched all over the city and outskirts dealing will domestics that, regardless of the weather, there will be 'hot spots' everywhere due to the excessive consumption of food and drink. Watch this space!
This 'free publicity' of the planned event can only aid, not deter the partygoers, so the best the Police can do is a repeat of the last event; show up in numbers to ensure it goes off safely. The problem will be that the force will be so stretched all over the city and outskirts dealing will domestics that, regardless of the weather, there will be 'hot spots' everywhere due to the excessive consumption of food and drink. Watch this space! Big Mac
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8:52am Fri 1 Jun 12

Georgem says...

weall8leedscum wrote:
These parties will be outlawed under Sharia Law when it comes into force next year.
Explain which part of this supposed Sharia law that's apparently "coming into force" mentions street parties. You understand, I take it, that even if some elements of Sharia law are introduced in this country, they're not going to REPLACE our own laws, right?
[quote][p][bold]weall8leedscum[/bold] wrote: These parties will be outlawed under Sharia Law when it comes into force next year.[/p][/quote]Explain which part of this supposed Sharia law that's apparently "coming into force" mentions street parties. You understand, I take it, that even if some elements of Sharia law are introduced in this country, they're not going to REPLACE our own laws, right? Georgem
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9:05am Fri 1 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

Caledonian2 wrote:
More lies from Lorraine Barter, there was a visible police presence on site for much of the day consisting of three uniformed officers. When I spoke to them they seemed to be perfectly happy with the party.

Why exactly would the police want to close it down? Last year was 100% legal and the music was turned off at 9pm on the dot in accordance with the license.

The ONLY complaint you can level at the organisers is they did not foresee the amount of rubbish left behind. In every other aspect of the party itself it was probably the best Royal Wedding Street Party in the Country.
Caledonian or theweeman or whatever you call yourself, stop this constant bullying of Ms Barter on here. She's not saying there wasn't a police presence. She's saying she phoned the police asking for back up to close it down.
[quote][p][bold]Caledonian2[/bold] wrote: More lies from Lorraine Barter, there was a visible police presence on site for much of the day consisting of three uniformed officers. When I spoke to them they seemed to be perfectly happy with the party. Why exactly would the police want to close it down? Last year was 100% legal and the music was turned off at 9pm on the dot in accordance with the license. The ONLY complaint you can level at the organisers is they did not foresee the amount of rubbish left behind. In every other aspect of the party itself it was probably the best Royal Wedding Street Party in the Country.[/p][/quote]Caledonian or theweeman or whatever you call yourself, stop this constant bullying of Ms Barter on here. She's not saying there wasn't a police presence. She's saying she phoned the police asking for back up to close it down. userds5050
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9:06am Fri 1 Jun 12

elvisimo says...

Pixiienot wrote:
Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
[quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid elvisimo
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9:25am Fri 1 Jun 12

pod says...

freemantlegirl2 wrote:
Everyone else having a street party has applied for a licence there have been plenty of notices about this, plenty of time to do so, this is stupid and arrogant. Whilst no-one wants to be a party pooper this could easily get out of hand as it's not properly organised.
100% agree. There has been plenty of publicity about the procedure for having a party, if the students in the city cannot even get that right heaven help us if they are our future. A street closure without permission is illegal, that seems to be the issue here, as for litter, don't drop it in the first place, take a bag, put it in the bag and then take it home. simples.
Myself, I am off up to London to soak up some atmosphere (and rain, looking at the forecast) another thing ticked off my list before I go completely gaga.
[quote][p][bold]freemantlegirl2[/bold] wrote: Everyone else having a street party has applied for a licence there have been plenty of notices about this, plenty of time to do so, this is stupid and arrogant. Whilst no-one wants to be a party pooper this could easily get out of hand as it's not properly organised.[/p][/quote]100% agree. There has been plenty of publicity about the procedure for having a party, if the students in the city cannot even get that right heaven help us if they are our future. A street closure without permission is illegal, that seems to be the issue here, as for litter, don't drop it in the first place, take a bag, put it in the bag and then take it home. simples. Myself, I am off up to London to soak up some atmosphere (and rain, looking at the forecast) another thing ticked off my list before I go completely gaga. pod
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9:27am Fri 1 Jun 12

eurogordi says...

Full licences are not required this year, by order of David Cameron! I think the only restriction is that through roads have to remain passable for emergency vehicles and local residents. It's only for one day, and how on earth did we manage in 1977 (Silver Jubilee)and 1953 (Coronation)? There is too much bureacracy these days, and even more interfering NIMBY's. As for litter ... did anyone see Bournemouth beach at the end of Saturday and Sunday last week?
Full licences are not required this year, by order of David Cameron! I think the only restriction is that through roads have to remain passable for emergency vehicles and local residents. It's only for one day, and how on earth did we manage in 1977 (Silver Jubilee)and 1953 (Coronation)? There is too much bureacracy these days, and even more interfering NIMBY's. As for litter ... did anyone see Bournemouth beach at the end of Saturday and Sunday last week? eurogordi
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9:33am Fri 1 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

Exactly. Danny Baker said: “We were too late for road closure as the council needed three weeks minimum". Wow, a whole three weeks. Nobody plans that far ahead. It seems the organisers agree with the law when it protects them "Na na, we got a license!" but totally disregard it when it doesn't suit them.
Exactly. Danny Baker said: “We were too late for road closure as the council needed three weeks minimum". Wow, a whole three weeks. Nobody plans that far ahead. It seems the organisers agree with the law when it protects them "Na na, we got a license!" but totally disregard it when it doesn't suit them. userds5050
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9:40am Fri 1 Jun 12

St Retford says...

What's happened to students? They used to be the dreamers and the rebels who stormed barracades and staged sit ins. It was all peace, love, impenetrable French philosphy and protesting against The Man.

Any students worth their salt would be at the republican demonstration on the South Bank, not getting drunk at some badly-organised p1ss up.

Up your game, kids.
What's happened to students? They used to be the dreamers and the rebels who stormed barracades and staged sit ins. It was all peace, love, impenetrable French philosphy and protesting against The Man. Any students worth their salt would be at the republican demonstration on the South Bank, not getting drunk at some badly-organised p1ss up. Up your game, kids. St Retford
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9:51am Fri 1 Jun 12

ToastyTea says...

Echo you are idiots why don't you keep your noses out of our fun. Nice one for giving the party more promotion anyway it's gona be a blast.
Echo you are idiots why don't you keep your noses out of our fun. Nice one for giving the party more promotion anyway it's gona be a blast. ToastyTea
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9:58am Fri 1 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

ToastyTea wrote:
Echo you are idiots why don't you keep your noses out of our fun. Nice one for giving the party more promotion anyway it's gona be a blast.
Yet more of the same moronic "Well I had a good time, sod everyone else, what's it got to do with you?" attitude. Enjoy your party.
[quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: Echo you are idiots why don't you keep your noses out of our fun. Nice one for giving the party more promotion anyway it's gona be a blast.[/p][/quote]Yet more of the same moronic "Well I had a good time, sod everyone else, what's it got to do with you?" attitude. Enjoy your party. userds5050
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10:19am Fri 1 Jun 12

Shoong says...

ToastyTea wrote:
Echo you are idiots why don't you keep your noses out of our fun. Nice one for giving the party more promotion anyway it's gona be a blast.
I'm afraid it's this kind of selfish attitude that gets peoples goat.

I assume you'll be out on the clean up operation the next day then?

Yeah of course you will.
[quote][p][bold]ToastyTea[/bold] wrote: Echo you are idiots why don't you keep your noses out of our fun. Nice one for giving the party more promotion anyway it's gona be a blast.[/p][/quote]I'm afraid it's this kind of selfish attitude that gets peoples goat. I assume you'll be out on the clean up operation the next day then? Yeah of course you will. Shoong
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10:22am Fri 1 Jun 12

THEKILLER says...

Great Free publicity so now even more will turn up the road will be blocked off and the police will do nothing about it for fear of a riot the students will do what they like and the tax payer will pick up the bill for the clean up
Great Free publicity so now even more will turn up the road will be blocked off and the police will do nothing about it for fear of a riot the students will do what they like and the tax payer will pick up the bill for the clean up THEKILLER
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10:23am Fri 1 Jun 12

ellio91 says...

it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE
it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE ellio91
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10:34am Fri 1 Jun 12

Shoong says...

ellio91 wrote:
it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE
Your missing the point.

The bull runs in Spain are a tradition that happens regularly - it's part of the culture.

I don't think those who just want at least a thought or two spared for those people who are having this literally on their doorstep are against fun.

Tell you what, why not let us know your address? Then we'll all turn up on your doorstep, thrash the place having lots of fun and then leave you with the mess.

Unless of course this is on your doorstep - in that case I'd make sure your house is locked up because believe it or not in the middle of all this fun fun fun, someone might try to burgle your house.
[quote][p][bold]ellio91[/bold] wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE[/p][/quote]Your missing the point. The bull runs in Spain are a tradition that happens regularly - it's part of the culture. I don't think those who just want at least a thought or two spared for those people who are having this literally on their doorstep are against fun. Tell you what, why not let us know your address? Then we'll all turn up on your doorstep, thrash the place having lots of fun and then leave you with the mess. Unless of course this is on your doorstep - in that case I'd make sure your house is locked up because believe it or not in the middle of all this fun fun fun, someone might try to burgle your house. Shoong
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10:35am Fri 1 Jun 12

St Retford says...

ellio91 wrote:
it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE
You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY."

Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.
[quote][p][bold]ellio91[/bold] wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE[/p][/quote]You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY." Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon. St Retford
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10:38am Fri 1 Jun 12

Shoong says...

St Retford wrote:
ellio91 wrote:
it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE
You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY."

Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.
Last time I checked neither the Queen or the Royal Family are 'in charge of us'.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ellio91[/bold] wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE[/p][/quote]You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY." Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.[/p][/quote]Last time I checked neither the Queen or the Royal Family are 'in charge of us'. Shoong
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10:40am Fri 1 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

I bet they clean up after themselves in Pamplona as well after all the Bull running fun has been had.
I bet they clean up after themselves in Pamplona as well after all the Bull running fun has been had. userds5050
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10:40am Fri 1 Jun 12

Lloyd. says...

There were plans in place for party go-ers to clean up last year the following day; but the council arrived early in the morning to do it, so they could make 2 grand out of it.
There were plans in place for party go-ers to clean up last year the following day; but the council arrived early in the morning to do it, so they could make 2 grand out of it. Lloyd.
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10:43am Fri 1 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

Lloyd. wrote:
There were plans in place for party go-ers to clean up last year the following day; but the council arrived early in the morning to do it, so they could make 2 grand out of it.
Yeah, sure there was.
[quote][p][bold]Lloyd.[/bold] wrote: There were plans in place for party go-ers to clean up last year the following day; but the council arrived early in the morning to do it, so they could make 2 grand out of it.[/p][/quote]Yeah, sure there was. userds5050
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10:52am Fri 1 Jun 12

ellio91 says...

Shoong wrote:
ellio91 wrote:
it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE
Your missing the point.

The bull runs in Spain are a tradition that happens regularly - it's part of the culture.

I don't think those who just want at least a thought or two spared for those people who are having this literally on their doorstep are against fun.

Tell you what, why not let us know your address? Then we'll all turn up on your doorstep, thrash the place having lots of fun and then leave you with the mess.

Unless of course this is on your doorstep - in that case I'd make sure your house is locked up because believe it or not in the middle of all this fun fun fun, someone might try to burgle your house.
Its 110 Hill Lane Southampton, did you just ask me to throw a houseparty? Because I'm game. When I'm looking back at the best days of my life I'm not going to remember the boring people that I made comfortable because they did'nt want to leave their house during the Jubilee? I'm going to remember having the best time to celebrate my countries monarchy. YOLO, screw this health and safety culture cautious kevin can take the day off as far as im concerned.
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ellio91[/bold] wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE[/p][/quote]Your missing the point. The bull runs in Spain are a tradition that happens regularly - it's part of the culture. I don't think those who just want at least a thought or two spared for those people who are having this literally on their doorstep are against fun. Tell you what, why not let us know your address? Then we'll all turn up on your doorstep, thrash the place having lots of fun and then leave you with the mess. Unless of course this is on your doorstep - in that case I'd make sure your house is locked up because believe it or not in the middle of all this fun fun fun, someone might try to burgle your house.[/p][/quote]Its 110 Hill Lane Southampton, did you just ask me to throw a houseparty? Because I'm game. When I'm looking back at the best days of my life I'm not going to remember the boring people that I made comfortable because they did'nt want to leave their house during the Jubilee? I'm going to remember having the best time to celebrate my countries monarchy. YOLO, screw this health and safety culture cautious kevin can take the day off as far as im concerned. ellio91
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10:54am Fri 1 Jun 12

ellio91 says...

St Retford wrote:
ellio91 wrote:
it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE
You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY."

Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.
You obviously didnt go to the first street party my dude ...
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ellio91[/bold] wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE[/p][/quote]You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY." Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.[/p][/quote]You obviously didnt go to the first street party my dude ... ellio91
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10:55am Fri 1 Jun 12

St Retford says...

Shoong wrote:
St Retford wrote:
ellio91 wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE
You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY." Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.
Last time I checked neither the Queen or the Royal Family are 'in charge of us'.
She's our head of state. In France they've just elected a head of state who is rejecting austerity and making a stand for the ordinary working man by making the bankers pay for their mistakes instead. He's spearheading a new movement that is spreading hope across Europe and has people believing that another way is possible - that the people don't have to live lives of misery as powerless slaves to the cruel gods of the markets.

Our head of state, meanwhile, is going to wave at us from a giant barge and open a leisure centre in Corby. Go us!
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ellio91[/bold] wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE[/p][/quote]You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY." Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.[/p][/quote]Last time I checked neither the Queen or the Royal Family are 'in charge of us'.[/p][/quote]She's our head of state. In France they've just elected a head of state who is rejecting austerity and making a stand for the ordinary working man by making the bankers pay for their mistakes instead. He's spearheading a new movement that is spreading hope across Europe and has people believing that another way is possible - that the people don't have to live lives of misery as powerless slaves to the cruel gods of the markets. Our head of state, meanwhile, is going to wave at us from a giant barge and open a leisure centre in Corby. Go us! St Retford
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10:58am Fri 1 Jun 12

St Retford says...

ellio91 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
ellio91 wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE
You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY." Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.
You obviously didnt go to the first street party my dude ...
You're not wrong there.
[quote][p][bold]ellio91[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ellio91[/bold] wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE[/p][/quote]You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY." Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.[/p][/quote]You obviously didnt go to the first street party my dude ...[/p][/quote]You're not wrong there. St Retford
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10:59am Fri 1 Jun 12

sweeeet says...

everything about this news report is rubbish.... everything your reporting is guessing figures.... it was the best time for a lot of peoples lives and there was no fights, just people having a good time like other people were doing a few roads away.. just because the daily echo don't like students they target a student based event. again. there are 100s of homeless people drinking on the streets everyday and there is no attempt to stop them begging or not drinking alcohol and making people feel uncomfortable walking down london road or by jurys inn. I can assure you now they cost police time alot more than one street party.
everything about this news report is rubbish.... everything your reporting is guessing figures.... it was the best time for a lot of peoples lives and there was no fights, just people having a good time like other people were doing a few roads away.. just because the daily echo don't like students they target a student based event. again. there are 100s of homeless people drinking on the streets everyday and there is no attempt to stop them begging or not drinking alcohol and making people feel uncomfortable walking down london road or by jurys inn. I can assure you now they cost police time alot more than one street party. sweeeet
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11:00am Fri 1 Jun 12

sweeeet says...

sb2012 wrote:
“I went round and asked the disc jockeys to turn it down and they couldn’t even lip read what I was saying because it was so loud"

couldn't even lip read it was so loud???? since when did you need to hear to lip read?
it was finished by 10pm... wants wrong with ONE day of loud music. it wasn't that loud because you could talk and listen to the music even when stood near speakers
[quote][p][bold]sb2012[/bold] wrote: “I went round and asked the disc jockeys to turn it down and they couldn’t even lip read what I was saying because it was so loud" couldn't even lip read it was so loud???? since when did you need to hear to lip read?[/p][/quote]it was finished by 10pm... wants wrong with ONE day of loud music. it wasn't that loud because you could talk and listen to the music even when stood near speakers sweeeet
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11:01am Fri 1 Jun 12

Shoong says...

St Retford wrote:
Shoong wrote:
St Retford wrote:
ellio91 wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE
You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY." Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.
Last time I checked neither the Queen or the Royal Family are 'in charge of us'.
She's our head of state. In France they've just elected a head of state who is rejecting austerity and making a stand for the ordinary working man by making the bankers pay for their mistakes instead. He's spearheading a new movement that is spreading hope across Europe and has people believing that another way is possible - that the people don't have to live lives of misery as powerless slaves to the cruel gods of the markets.

Our head of state, meanwhile, is going to wave at us from a giant barge and open a leisure centre in Corby. Go us!
Come on, you know very well there is a massive difference between them.

And did you really have to bring Bankers into it? Really?
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ellio91[/bold] wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE[/p][/quote]You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY." Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.[/p][/quote]Last time I checked neither the Queen or the Royal Family are 'in charge of us'.[/p][/quote]She's our head of state. In France they've just elected a head of state who is rejecting austerity and making a stand for the ordinary working man by making the bankers pay for their mistakes instead. He's spearheading a new movement that is spreading hope across Europe and has people believing that another way is possible - that the people don't have to live lives of misery as powerless slaves to the cruel gods of the markets. Our head of state, meanwhile, is going to wave at us from a giant barge and open a leisure centre in Corby. Go us![/p][/quote]Come on, you know very well there is a massive difference between them. And did you really have to bring Bankers into it? Really? Shoong
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11:05am Fri 1 Jun 12

St Retford says...

Yes, there is a massive difference between them. That's precisely the problem.
Yes, there is a massive difference between them. That's precisely the problem. St Retford
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11:12am Fri 1 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

sweeeet wrote:
everything about this news report is rubbish.... everything your reporting is guessing figures.... it was the best time for a lot of peoples lives and there was no fights, just people having a good time like other people were doing a few roads away.. just because the daily echo don't like students they target a student based event. again. there are 100s of homeless people drinking on the streets everyday and there is no attempt to stop them begging or not drinking alcohol and making people feel uncomfortable walking down london road or by jurys inn. I can assure you now they cost police time alot more than one street party.
No, the only rubbish was the litter left in the road after the event finished.
[quote][p][bold]sweeeet[/bold] wrote: everything about this news report is rubbish.... everything your reporting is guessing figures.... it was the best time for a lot of peoples lives and there was no fights, just people having a good time like other people were doing a few roads away.. just because the daily echo don't like students they target a student based event. again. there are 100s of homeless people drinking on the streets everyday and there is no attempt to stop them begging or not drinking alcohol and making people feel uncomfortable walking down london road or by jurys inn. I can assure you now they cost police time alot more than one street party.[/p][/quote]No, the only rubbish was the litter left in the road after the event finished. userds5050
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11:14am Fri 1 Jun 12

rich the stitch says...

elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
[quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students. rich the stitch
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11:15am Fri 1 Jun 12

Big Mac says...

Why don't the locals just let their hair down, (that's assuming they still have some?) and embrace the occasion. You never know you might even enjoy the day and discover that not all young people/students are morons and hell bent on disorder, drunkeness and debauchery; well maybe one or two?
Why don't the locals just let their hair down, (that's assuming they still have some?) and embrace the occasion. You never know you might even enjoy the day and discover that not all young people/students are morons and hell bent on disorder, drunkeness and debauchery; well maybe one or two? Big Mac
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11:15am Fri 1 Jun 12

youbadneighbour says...

sb2012 wrote:
“I went round and asked the disc jockeys to turn it down and they couldn’t even lip read what I was saying because it was so loud"

couldn't even lip read it was so loud???? since when did you need to hear to lip read?
You mean to say that you haven't been to a gig where it has been so loud that you go blind???

You haven't lived!
[quote][p][bold]sb2012[/bold] wrote: “I went round and asked the disc jockeys to turn it down and they couldn’t even lip read what I was saying because it was so loud" couldn't even lip read it was so loud???? since when did you need to hear to lip read?[/p][/quote]You mean to say that you haven't been to a gig where it has been so loud that you go blind??? You haven't lived! youbadneighbour
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11:17am Fri 1 Jun 12

bigfella777 says...

rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons.
[quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons. bigfella777
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11:25am Fri 1 Jun 12

bigfella777 says...

If any students are trying to argue with any of the idiotic regular posters on this forum dont bother because they are all anti everything, probably over 60 and have never had fun in their shallow lives.
The only thing they enjoy is pulling people up on punctuation and spelling mistakes and the only party they like is Labour.
If any students are trying to argue with any of the idiotic regular posters on this forum dont bother because they are all anti everything, probably over 60 and have never had fun in their shallow lives. The only thing they enjoy is pulling people up on punctuation and spelling mistakes and the only party they like is Labour. bigfella777
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11:26am Fri 1 Jun 12

St Retford says...

bigfella777 wrote:
rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons.
This is true. A second class degree in film studies from Southampton Institute doesn't write itself. It takes days of hard work.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons.[/p][/quote]This is true. A second class degree in film studies from Southampton Institute doesn't write itself. It takes days of hard work. St Retford
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11:27am Fri 1 Jun 12

Big Mac says...

bigfella777 wrote:
If any students are trying to argue with any of the idiotic regular posters on this forum dont bother because they are all anti everything, probably over 60 and have never had fun in their shallow lives.
The only thing they enjoy is pulling people up on punctuation and spelling mistakes and the only party they like is Labour.
BF It's 'Know nothing', not no.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: If any students are trying to argue with any of the idiotic regular posters on this forum dont bother because they are all anti everything, probably over 60 and have never had fun in their shallow lives. The only thing they enjoy is pulling people up on punctuation and spelling mistakes and the only party they like is Labour.[/p][/quote]BF It's 'Know nothing', not no. Big Mac
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11:27am Fri 1 Jun 12

ellio91 says...

bigfella777 wrote:
rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons.
I think the most aggressive comment on this board shows who the real trouble makers are, back in the day you were probably in parkers and leather jackets having a row down Brighton beach every summer but one day of loud music and a bit of rubbish is too much in 2012
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons.[/p][/quote]I think the most aggressive comment on this board shows who the real trouble makers are, back in the day you were probably in parkers and leather jackets having a row down Brighton beach every summer but one day of loud music and a bit of rubbish is too much in 2012 ellio91
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11:30am Fri 1 Jun 12

ellio91 says...

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=MnGzl-OEy
GE
http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=MnGzl-OEy GE ellio91
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11:33am Fri 1 Jun 12

Georgem says...

St Retford wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons.
This is true. A second class degree in film studies from Southampton Institute doesn't write itself. It takes days of hard work.
Well, that's just cherry-picking. Come on, you can do better than that.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons.[/p][/quote]This is true. A second class degree in film studies from Southampton Institute doesn't write itself. It takes days of hard work.[/p][/quote]Well, that's just cherry-picking. Come on, you can do better than that. Georgem
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11:45am Fri 1 Jun 12

Wickedwoolston says...

They should be allowed with caveats around rubbish. As for knowing what they are celebrating do many of us really Know? Is it 60 years of paying taxpayers money to the worlds wealthiest woman who still owns most of the UK's lands?
They should be allowed with caveats around rubbish. As for knowing what they are celebrating do many of us really Know? Is it 60 years of paying taxpayers money to the worlds wealthiest woman who still owns most of the UK's lands? Wickedwoolston
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11:47am Fri 1 Jun 12

Shoong says...

Go and look up how much of your tax goes toward the royal family.
Go and look up how much of your tax goes toward the royal family. Shoong
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11:49am Fri 1 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

True. Why didn't they apply for the license in time? That's what I don't understand. I think they would have gotten it with caveats for rubbish, finish times ect... There's no way this is not going to spill out into the road so will probably be shut down pretty quickly.
True. Why didn't they apply for the license in time? That's what I don't understand. I think they would have gotten it with caveats for rubbish, finish times ect... There's no way this is not going to spill out into the road so will probably be shut down pretty quickly. userds5050
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11:59am Fri 1 Jun 12

Georgem says...

Shoong wrote:
Go and look up how much of your tax goes toward the royal family.
I'll save you the bother. You actually pay £2.60 LESS each year in tax, than you would without the Royal Family.

http://blog.cgpgrey.
com/the-true-cost-of
-the-royal-family/
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Go and look up how much of your tax goes toward the royal family.[/p][/quote]I'll save you the bother. You actually pay £2.60 LESS each year in tax, than you would without the Royal Family. http://blog.cgpgrey. com/the-true-cost-of -the-royal-family/ Georgem
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12:00pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Caledonian2 says...

They didn't apply for a license in time because a proper fully licensed event was being organised by Orange Rooms and Junk in co-operation with the authorities. This event is taking place on Monday.

This was seen by some as an attempt to commercialise last years street party and so they decided past the deadline to arrange their own.

There is strong suspicion that "Danny Baker" is a fake profile in order to avoid any bills or legal action.
They didn't apply for a license in time because a proper fully licensed event was being organised by Orange Rooms and Junk in co-operation with the authorities. This event is taking place on Monday. This was seen by some as an attempt to commercialise last years street party and so they decided past the deadline to arrange their own. There is strong suspicion that "Danny Baker" is a fake profile in order to avoid any bills or legal action. Caledonian2
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12:01pm Fri 1 Jun 12

loosehead says...

When I lived in Thailand there were loads of street parties the police were informed blocked off the road,the person who told the Police was responsible for any mess & would be arrested if any trouble flared up or a mess was left.
I like street parties but surely these people only have to go down with ID & give assurances about noise & rubbish they would be made to clean up if any rubbish was left?
When I lived in Thailand there were loads of street parties the police were informed blocked off the road,the person who told the Police was responsible for any mess & would be arrested if any trouble flared up or a mess was left. I like street parties but surely these people only have to go down with ID & give assurances about noise & rubbish they would be made to clean up if any rubbish was left? loosehead
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12:17pm Fri 1 Jun 12

St Retford says...

Georgem wrote:
Shoong wrote: Go and look up how much of your tax goes toward the royal family.
I'll save you the bother. You actually pay £2.60 LESS each year in tax, than you would without the Royal Family. http://blog.cgpgrey. com/the-true-cost-of -the-royal-family/
This is very interesting apart from the fact it's wrong. The thing with the royal household is that it is unaccountable and its finances allowed to operate with a considerable degree of secrecy. Official figures regarding the cost of the monarchy don't include various things like round the clock security and royal visits, so the actual cost is more likely to be up to five times the published figure. We have the most expensive monarchy in Europe.

But do you know what? It wouldn't matter if they cost us nothing because this really isn't the point.
[quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Go and look up how much of your tax goes toward the royal family.[/p][/quote]I'll save you the bother. You actually pay £2.60 LESS each year in tax, than you would without the Royal Family. http://blog.cgpgrey. com/the-true-cost-of -the-royal-family/[/p][/quote]This is very interesting apart from the fact it's wrong. The thing with the royal household is that it is unaccountable and its finances allowed to operate with a considerable degree of secrecy. Official figures regarding the cost of the monarchy don't include various things like round the clock security and royal visits, so the actual cost is more likely to be up to five times the published figure. We have the most expensive monarchy in Europe. But do you know what? It wouldn't matter if they cost us nothing because this really isn't the point. St Retford
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12:19pm Fri 1 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

Caledonian2 wrote:
They didn't apply for a license in time because a proper fully licensed event was being organised by Orange Rooms and Junk in co-operation with the authorities. This event is taking place on Monday.

This was seen by some as an attempt to commercialise last years street party and so they decided past the deadline to arrange their own.

There is strong suspicion that "Danny Baker" is a fake profile in order to avoid any bills or legal action.
The event organised by Orange, Junk is in Bedford place, right? It shouldn't affect applying for a license in time for a different event, on a different street, on a different day.
[quote][p][bold]Caledonian2[/bold] wrote: They didn't apply for a license in time because a proper fully licensed event was being organised by Orange Rooms and Junk in co-operation with the authorities. This event is taking place on Monday. This was seen by some as an attempt to commercialise last years street party and so they decided past the deadline to arrange their own. There is strong suspicion that "Danny Baker" is a fake profile in order to avoid any bills or legal action.[/p][/quote]The event organised by Orange, Junk is in Bedford place, right? It shouldn't affect applying for a license in time for a different event, on a different street, on a different day. userds5050
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12:28pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Stu J says...

eurogordi wrote:
Full licences are not required this year, by order of David Cameron! I think the only restriction is that through roads have to remain passable for emergency vehicles and local residents. It's only for one day, and how on earth did we manage in 1977 (Silver Jubilee)and 1953 (Coronation)? There is too much bureacracy these days, and even more interfering NIMBY's. As for litter ... did anyone see Bournemouth beach at the end of Saturday and Sunday last week?
1977 and 2012 are not really comparable. How many gun and knife crimes were there back then? What was the local population around here back then? it's a totally different kettle of fish nowadays.
People should not be able to throw parties like this that are not properly organised in such residential areas BUT it should be made much easier to do it legitimately and authorities should have a much more supportive outlook. I understand that after the last one the organisers were hit with a £2000 clean up bill but were not given the chance to do it or even help with it themselves, not good.
[quote][p][bold]eurogordi[/bold] wrote: Full licences are not required this year, by order of David Cameron! I think the only restriction is that through roads have to remain passable for emergency vehicles and local residents. It's only for one day, and how on earth did we manage in 1977 (Silver Jubilee)and 1953 (Coronation)? There is too much bureacracy these days, and even more interfering NIMBY's. As for litter ... did anyone see Bournemouth beach at the end of Saturday and Sunday last week?[/p][/quote]1977 and 2012 are not really comparable. How many gun and knife crimes were there back then? What was the local population around here back then? it's a totally different kettle of fish nowadays. People should not be able to throw parties like this that are not properly organised in such residential areas BUT it should be made much easier to do it legitimately and authorities should have a much more supportive outlook. I understand that after the last one the organisers were hit with a £2000 clean up bill but were not given the chance to do it or even help with it themselves, not good. Stu J
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12:33pm Fri 1 Jun 12

SotonLad says...

I wonder if the local gangs will be out in force again? Perfect place for thefts and street robberies. Thanks to the government cuts the few police on duty will be tied up dealing with drunken scum else where who feel its ok to beat their 'baby mothers'
I wonder if the local gangs will be out in force again? Perfect place for thefts and street robberies. Thanks to the government cuts the few police on duty will be tied up dealing with drunken scum else where who feel its ok to beat their 'baby mothers' SotonLad
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12:45pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Lloyd. says...

userds5050 wrote:
Lloyd. wrote:
There were plans in place for party go-ers to clean up last year the following day; but the council arrived early in the morning to do it, so they could make 2 grand out of it.
Yeah, sure there was.
Yes, there was. It's people like you that make this country the way it is. Everyone's too scared to have a bit of fun. Lighten up; it's one day of people having a few drinks and socialising.
[quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lloyd.[/bold] wrote: There were plans in place for party go-ers to clean up last year the following day; but the council arrived early in the morning to do it, so they could make 2 grand out of it.[/p][/quote]Yeah, sure there was.[/p][/quote]Yes, there was. It's people like you that make this country the way it is. Everyone's too scared to have a bit of fun. Lighten up; it's one day of people having a few drinks and socialising. Lloyd.
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12:57pm Fri 1 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

Lloyd. wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
Lloyd. wrote:
There were plans in place for party go-ers to clean up last year the following day; but the council arrived early in the morning to do it, so they could make 2 grand out of it.
Yeah, sure there was.
Yes, there was. It's people like you that make this country the way it is. Everyone's too scared to have a bit of fun. Lighten up; it's one day of people having a few drinks and socialising.
The mess should have been cleaned up the night before. The party finished at 9pm.
The council didn't turn up until the following day because the road was full of broken glass and cars couldn't drive down it.
"It's people like you that make this country the way it is."
What, tidy?
[quote][p][bold]Lloyd.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lloyd.[/bold] wrote: There were plans in place for party go-ers to clean up last year the following day; but the council arrived early in the morning to do it, so they could make 2 grand out of it.[/p][/quote]Yeah, sure there was.[/p][/quote]Yes, there was. It's people like you that make this country the way it is. Everyone's too scared to have a bit of fun. Lighten up; it's one day of people having a few drinks and socialising.[/p][/quote]The mess should have been cleaned up the night before. The party finished at 9pm. The council didn't turn up until the following day because the road was full of broken glass and cars couldn't drive down it. "It's people like you that make this country the way it is." What, tidy? userds5050
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1:09pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Mr. Cleanstreets says...

Hopefully someone will overdose on bath salts (LSD), strip, then savagely attack the face of a fellow raver. Maybe then the city will finally sort out the dump that is The Polygon, ha ha.
Great name for that road too Newcombe or Nuke Em!
The forecast calls for pain!
Hopefully someone will overdose on bath salts (LSD), strip, then savagely attack the face of a fellow raver. Maybe then the city will finally sort out the dump that is The Polygon, ha ha. Great name for that road too Newcombe or Nuke Em! The forecast calls for pain! Mr. Cleanstreets
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1:36pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Georgem says...

St Retford wrote:
Georgem wrote:
Shoong wrote: Go and look up how much of your tax goes toward the royal family.
I'll save you the bother. You actually pay £2.60 LESS each year in tax, than you would without the Royal Family. http://blog.cgpgrey. com/the-true-cost-of -the-royal-family/
This is very interesting apart from the fact it's wrong. The thing with the royal household is that it is unaccountable and its finances allowed to operate with a considerable degree of secrecy. Official figures regarding the cost of the monarchy don't include various things like round the clock security and royal visits, so the actual cost is more likely to be up to five times the published figure. We have the most expensive monarchy in Europe.

But do you know what? It wouldn't matter if they cost us nothing because this really isn't the point.
Yes, that's true. Interesting point. Where did you get the figure '5 times' the published one? I know it's not precise, but I'd be interested to read more.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Go and look up how much of your tax goes toward the royal family.[/p][/quote]I'll save you the bother. You actually pay £2.60 LESS each year in tax, than you would without the Royal Family. http://blog.cgpgrey. com/the-true-cost-of -the-royal-family/[/p][/quote]This is very interesting apart from the fact it's wrong. The thing with the royal household is that it is unaccountable and its finances allowed to operate with a considerable degree of secrecy. Official figures regarding the cost of the monarchy don't include various things like round the clock security and royal visits, so the actual cost is more likely to be up to five times the published figure. We have the most expensive monarchy in Europe. But do you know what? It wouldn't matter if they cost us nothing because this really isn't the point.[/p][/quote]Yes, that's true. Interesting point. Where did you get the figure '5 times' the published one? I know it's not precise, but I'd be interested to read more. Georgem
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1:53pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Chars-ill says...

Imagine if anything you people said mattered? Hahahahahaha, always the same bunch of rats that comment on every story, giving your opinion that absolutely no one gives a s h i t about. I got it You keep moaning about everything that ever happens.. ever, and we will have a massive street party and have a good laugh, celbrating 60 years of Liz. Thanks to the publicity that the Echo have given as well by the way there is now 6000 people coming. P.S. I also work full time and am not a student, i just looooveeeee getting **** up.
Imagine if anything you people said mattered? Hahahahahaha, always the same bunch of rats that comment on every story, giving your opinion that absolutely no one gives a s h i t about. I got it You keep moaning about everything that ever happens.. ever, and we will have a massive street party and have a good laugh, celbrating 60 years of Liz. Thanks to the publicity that the Echo have given as well by the way there is now 6000 people coming. P.S. I also work full time and am not a student, i just looooveeeee getting **** up. Chars-ill
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1:53pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Chars-ill says...

Imagine if anything you people said mattered? Hahahahahaha, always the same bunch of rats that comment on every story, giving your opinion that absolutely no one gives a s h i t about. I got it You keep moaning about everything that ever happens.. ever, and we will have a massive street party and have a good laugh, celebrating 60 years of Liz. Thanks to the publicity that the Echo have given as well by the way there is now 6000 people coming. P.S. I also work full time and am not a student, i just looooveeeee getting **** up.
Imagine if anything you people said mattered? Hahahahahaha, always the same bunch of rats that comment on every story, giving your opinion that absolutely no one gives a s h i t about. I got it You keep moaning about everything that ever happens.. ever, and we will have a massive street party and have a good laugh, celebrating 60 years of Liz. Thanks to the publicity that the Echo have given as well by the way there is now 6000 people coming. P.S. I also work full time and am not a student, i just looooveeeee getting **** up. Chars-ill
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1:56pm Fri 1 Jun 12

St Retford says...

Someone has produced a very interesting report on this issue here:

http://www.republic.
org.uk/valueformoney
myth.pdf

The royal household is exempt from the freedom of information act so these are only best estimates, but it does prove beyond any reasonable doubt that the royals are incredibly expensive. Plus the idea that the monarchy contributes to the taxpayer by 'handing over' the rents from the Crown Estate is deeply flawed because they don't own the Crown Estate. It isn't their money to hand over.

But this isn't really about money. A more important issue is raised by Polly Toynbee in today's Guardian:

http://www.guardian.
co.uk/commentisfree/
2012/may/31/queen-di
amond-jublilee-why-c
elebrate
Someone has produced a very interesting report on this issue here: http://www.republic. org.uk/valueformoney myth.pdf The royal household is exempt from the freedom of information act so these are only best estimates, but it does prove beyond any reasonable doubt that the royals are incredibly expensive. Plus the idea that the monarchy contributes to the taxpayer by 'handing over' the rents from the Crown Estate is deeply flawed because they don't own the Crown Estate. It isn't their money to hand over. But this isn't really about money. A more important issue is raised by Polly Toynbee in today's Guardian: http://www.guardian. co.uk/commentisfree/ 2012/may/31/queen-di amond-jublilee-why-c elebrate St Retford
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2:10pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Rowna-N-Wot says...

Chars-ill wrote:
Imagine if anything you people said mattered? Hahahahahaha, always the same bunch of rats that comment on every story, giving your opinion that absolutely no one gives a s h i t about. I got it You keep moaning about everything that ever happens.. ever, and we will have a massive street party and have a good laugh, celebrating 60 years of Liz. Thanks to the publicity that the Echo have given as well by the way there is now 6000 people coming. P.S. I also work full time and am not a student, i just looooveeeee getting **** up.
I'm with this chap.

Got to keep on dancing, keep on dancing.
[quote][p][bold]Chars-ill[/bold] wrote: Imagine if anything you people said mattered? Hahahahahaha, always the same bunch of rats that comment on every story, giving your opinion that absolutely no one gives a s h i t about. I got it You keep moaning about everything that ever happens.. ever, and we will have a massive street party and have a good laugh, celebrating 60 years of Liz. Thanks to the publicity that the Echo have given as well by the way there is now 6000 people coming. P.S. I also work full time and am not a student, i just looooveeeee getting **** up.[/p][/quote]I'm with this chap. Got to keep on dancing, keep on dancing. Rowna-N-Wot
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2:34pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Milkingston says...

Congratulations on advertising this to the whole of Southampton, maybe if you hadn't put this incredibly one-sided article on the front of your newspaper a £2000 cleaning bill would have been the least of the councils worries. Now every person who has seen the front page of the Echo knows that theres an 'illegal' party happening on Newcombe Road. Do you think this is going to scare people away from the street party? Or do you think that now Newcombe Road is going to be swarming with well over 4000 people, some of which won't be students looking to have a good time but criminals looking to steal valuables from the houses and revellers in the area? If there wasn't such an insane amount of council red tape and general bullsh*t surrounding this then the street could have been safely closed and everyone would have had a good time celebrating 60 years of Liz on the throne, but now the Fun Police, combined with this abysmal article, have destroyed what could have been a fantastic day for everyone. Congrats.
Congratulations on advertising this to the whole of Southampton, maybe if you hadn't put this incredibly one-sided article on the front of your newspaper a £2000 cleaning bill would have been the least of the councils worries. Now every person who has seen the front page of the Echo knows that theres an 'illegal' party happening on Newcombe Road. Do you think this is going to scare people away from the street party? Or do you think that now Newcombe Road is going to be swarming with well over 4000 people, some of which won't be students looking to have a good time but criminals looking to steal valuables from the houses and revellers in the area? If there wasn't such an insane amount of council red tape and general bullsh*t surrounding this then the street could have been safely closed and everyone would have had a good time celebrating 60 years of Liz on the throne, but now the Fun Police, combined with this abysmal article, have destroyed what could have been a fantastic day for everyone. Congrats. Milkingston
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2:35pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Milkingston says...

Congratulations on advertising this to the whole of Southampton, maybe if you hadn't put this incredibly one-sided article on the front of your newspaper a £2000 cleaning bill would have been the least of the councils worries. Now every person who has seen the front page of the Echo knows that theres an 'illegal' party happening on Newcombe Road. Do you think this is going to scare people away from the street party? Or do you think that now Newcombe Road is going to be swarming with well over 4000 people, some of which won't be students looking to have a good time but criminals looking to steal valuables from the houses and revellers in the area? If there wasn't such an insane amount of council red tape and general bullsh*t surrounding this then the street could have been safely closed and everyone would have had a good time celebrating 60 years of Liz on the throne, but now the Fun Police, combined with this abysmal article, have destroyed what could have been a fantastic day for everyone. Congrats.
Congratulations on advertising this to the whole of Southampton, maybe if you hadn't put this incredibly one-sided article on the front of your newspaper a £2000 cleaning bill would have been the least of the councils worries. Now every person who has seen the front page of the Echo knows that theres an 'illegal' party happening on Newcombe Road. Do you think this is going to scare people away from the street party? Or do you think that now Newcombe Road is going to be swarming with well over 4000 people, some of which won't be students looking to have a good time but criminals looking to steal valuables from the houses and revellers in the area? If there wasn't such an insane amount of council red tape and general bullsh*t surrounding this then the street could have been safely closed and everyone would have had a good time celebrating 60 years of Liz on the throne, but now the Fun Police, combined with this abysmal article, have destroyed what could have been a fantastic day for everyone. Congrats. Milkingston
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2:35pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Milkingston says...

Congratulations on advertising this to the whole of Southampton, maybe if you hadn't put this incredibly one-sided article on the front of your newspaper a £2000 cleaning bill would have been the least of the councils worries. Now every person who has seen the front page of the Echo knows that theres an 'illegal' party happening on Newcombe Road. Do you think this is going to scare people away from the street party? Or do you think that now Newcombe Road is going to be swarming with well over 4000 people, some of which won't be students looking to have a good time but criminals looking to steal valuables from the houses and revellers in the area? If there wasn't such an insane amount of council red tape and general bullsh*t surrounding this then the street could have been safely closed and everyone would have had a good time celebrating 60 years of Liz on the throne, but now the Fun Police, combined with this abysmal article, have destroyed what could have been a fantastic day for everyone. Congrats.
Congratulations on advertising this to the whole of Southampton, maybe if you hadn't put this incredibly one-sided article on the front of your newspaper a £2000 cleaning bill would have been the least of the councils worries. Now every person who has seen the front page of the Echo knows that theres an 'illegal' party happening on Newcombe Road. Do you think this is going to scare people away from the street party? Or do you think that now Newcombe Road is going to be swarming with well over 4000 people, some of which won't be students looking to have a good time but criminals looking to steal valuables from the houses and revellers in the area? If there wasn't such an insane amount of council red tape and general bullsh*t surrounding this then the street could have been safely closed and everyone would have had a good time celebrating 60 years of Liz on the throne, but now the Fun Police, combined with this abysmal article, have destroyed what could have been a fantastic day for everyone. Congrats. Milkingston
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2:36pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Milkingston says...

Sorry for posting my last comment 3 times!
Sorry for posting my last comment 3 times! Milkingston
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2:40pm Fri 1 Jun 12

dopplershift says...

Milkingston - After the first read I totally disagreed but the second time it started to hit home just what you were saying. After the third passing I couldn't agree more and wish I'd gone straight to your 3rd post to save time.
Milkingston - After the first read I totally disagreed but the second time it started to hit home just what you were saying. After the third passing I couldn't agree more and wish I'd gone straight to your 3rd post to save time. dopplershift
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2:42pm Fri 1 Jun 12

dopplershift says...

Only having fun ;)
Only having fun ;) dopplershift
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2:48pm Fri 1 Jun 12

dopplershift says...

I once walked down Newcombe on a saturday afternoon. Got pelted with ice by some students 'starting early'. Didn't say anything as there were more of them. hour later when I returned with some mates cutting through to town they all scarpered as they thought I was coming back for trouble. In actual fact I was filling my pants such is the nature of that scummy road. I say if you live on it and don't want the party then I feel sorry for you. Otherwise let them trash the place and generally cause trouble as it will mean no street parties ever again. Give the cleaning bill to the organiser for being a general p*llock and if he doesn't pay then prosecute him. If only life were that simple...
I once walked down Newcombe on a saturday afternoon. Got pelted with ice by some students 'starting early'. Didn't say anything as there were more of them. hour later when I returned with some mates cutting through to town they all scarpered as they thought I was coming back for trouble. In actual fact I was filling my pants such is the nature of that scummy road. I say if you live on it and don't want the party then I feel sorry for you. Otherwise let them trash the place and generally cause trouble as it will mean no street parties ever again. Give the cleaning bill to the organiser for being a general p*llock and if he doesn't pay then prosecute him. If only life were that simple... dopplershift
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2:54pm Fri 1 Jun 12

southy says...

Why not just throw open all the parks to have partys on.
Why not just throw open all the parks to have partys on. southy
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3:11pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Pixiienot says...

rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;)
[quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;) Pixiienot
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3:20pm Fri 1 Jun 12

loosehead says...

Pixiienot wrote:
rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;)
So this is just an idea. either you all take some black plastic bin liners with you & put your cans or rubbish in or contact a company that do bins ( outside shops) & have a few of them around.
as long as people either take their rubbish or put it in the bins no one should moan about the refuse should they?
[quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;)[/p][/quote]So this is just an idea. either you all take some black plastic bin liners with you & put your cans or rubbish in or contact a company that do bins ( outside shops) & have a few of them around. as long as people either take their rubbish or put it in the bins no one should moan about the refuse should they? loosehead
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3:29pm Fri 1 Jun 12

dopplershift says...

loosehead wrote:
Pixiienot wrote:
rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;)
So this is just an idea. either you all take some black plastic bin liners with you & put your cans or rubbish in or contact a company that do bins ( outside shops) & have a few of them around. as long as people either take their rubbish or put it in the bins no one should moan about the refuse should they?
Stop it loosehead you're adding sense to this thread. If they couldn't provide a valid license in time I doubt they have the organisational skills to provide bins!
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;)[/p][/quote]So this is just an idea. either you all take some black plastic bin liners with you & put your cans or rubbish in or contact a company that do bins ( outside shops) & have a few of them around. as long as people either take their rubbish or put it in the bins no one should moan about the refuse should they?[/p][/quote]Stop it loosehead you're adding sense to this thread. If they couldn't provide a valid license in time I doubt they have the organisational skills to provide bins! dopplershift
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3:31pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Azure11 says...

Dear Journo,

Don't forget to close your quotation marks, it makes you look silly when you publish articles heaving with mistakes that should be overcome by the age of 8 - especially in your industry.
Dear Journo, Don't forget to close your quotation marks, it makes you look silly when you publish articles heaving with mistakes that should be overcome by the age of 8 - especially in your industry. Azure11
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3:55pm Fri 1 Jun 12

rightway says...

Why would any right minded person want to celebrate 60 years of pampered living for a woman who, along with most of her family have never had to work a day in their lives, it’s bad enough her entourage fawning over her every word without the working class sheep doing the same.
Why would any right minded person want to celebrate 60 years of pampered living for a woman who, along with most of her family have never had to work a day in their lives, it’s bad enough her entourage fawning over her every word without the working class sheep doing the same. rightway
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4:07pm Fri 1 Jun 12

wonderland2012 says...

St Retford wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons.
This is true. A second class degree in film studies from Southampton Institute doesn't write itself. It takes days of hard work.
Actually, i think you should enroll into a second class degree in film studies if you think its such little work, and when you do i will point and laugh at you when you come to realize it takes 3 years of extraordinary hard work and talent to achieve a degree.
[quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons.[/p][/quote]This is true. A second class degree in film studies from Southampton Institute doesn't write itself. It takes days of hard work.[/p][/quote]Actually, i think you should enroll into a second class degree in film studies if you think its such little work, and when you do i will point and laugh at you when you come to realize it takes 3 years of extraordinary hard work and talent to achieve a degree. wonderland2012
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4:22pm Fri 1 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

Azure11 wrote:
Dear Journo,

Don't forget to close your quotation marks, it makes you look silly when you publish articles heaving with mistakes that should be overcome by the age of 8 - especially in your industry.
I'm pretty sure his grammar is correct.

"Dialogue may stretch across paragraphs without pause. To punctuate, put a terminal punctuation—period
, question mark, or exclamation point— at the end of the first paragraph. There is no closing quotation mark at the end of this paragraph."
[quote][p][bold]Azure11[/bold] wrote: Dear Journo, Don't forget to close your quotation marks, it makes you look silly when you publish articles heaving with mistakes that should be overcome by the age of 8 - especially in your industry.[/p][/quote]I'm pretty sure his grammar is correct. "Dialogue may stretch across paragraphs without pause. To punctuate, put a terminal punctuation—period , question mark, or exclamation point— at the end of the first paragraph. There is no closing quotation mark at the end of this paragraph." userds5050
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4:29pm Fri 1 Jun 12

rich the stitch says...

Pixiienot wrote:
rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;)
I doubt that very much. If you have such a good job then why are you so bored. Possibly your job is part time. Sorry, did I want fries with that. No thank you.
[quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;)[/p][/quote]I doubt that very much. If you have such a good job then why are you so bored. Possibly your job is part time. Sorry, did I want fries with that. No thank you. rich the stitch
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4:34pm Fri 1 Jun 12

rich the stitch says...

The main problem is they are trying hold a rave in the middle of a street. I used to go to a lot of acid house parties/ illegal raves but they were always in dis-used warehouses or in the middle of no-where. The disruption to the general public was minimal. Having a party like this (and yes I did go to the last one – it was like a small rave) in a street is that you have people who have no choice but to have to put up with it. If it was on your grans street, leaving her afraid to go out all day/ night, damage to her property and having a huge amount of rubbish outside her house would you be happy?
The street party is meant to be tea and scones, this will be pot and purple ohms. Which there is a place for, just not in the middle of a residential area.
The main problem is they are trying hold a rave in the middle of a street. I used to go to a lot of acid house parties/ illegal raves but they were always in dis-used warehouses or in the middle of no-where. The disruption to the general public was minimal. Having a party like this (and yes I did go to the last one – it was like a small rave) in a street is that you have people who have no choice but to have to put up with it. If it was on your grans street, leaving her afraid to go out all day/ night, damage to her property and having a huge amount of rubbish outside her house would you be happy? The street party is meant to be tea and scones, this will be pot and purple ohms. Which there is a place for, just not in the middle of a residential area. rich the stitch
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4:39pm Fri 1 Jun 12

hythe knights says...

SotonLad wrote:
I wonder if the local gangs will be out in force again? Perfect place for thefts and street robberies. Thanks to the government cuts the few police on duty will be tied up dealing with drunken scum else where who feel its ok to beat their 'baby mothers'
They will be in the parks mugging or raping.
[quote][p][bold]SotonLad[/bold] wrote: I wonder if the local gangs will be out in force again? Perfect place for thefts and street robberies. Thanks to the government cuts the few police on duty will be tied up dealing with drunken scum else where who feel its ok to beat their 'baby mothers'[/p][/quote]They will be in the parks mugging or raping. hythe knights
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5:11pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Big Mac says...

God job the dustmen aren't on strike still.
God job the dustmen aren't on strike still. Big Mac
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5:45pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Bevois Valley Resident says...

wonderland2012 wrote:
St Retford wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons.
This is true. A second class degree in film studies from Southampton Institute doesn't write itself. It takes days of hard work.
Actually, i think you should enroll into a second class degree in film studies if you think its such little work, and when you do i will point and laugh at you when you come to realize it takes 3 years of extraordinary hard work and talent to achieve a degree.
I've got a 2.1 in English and I have to say it certainly didn't take three years of extraordinary hard work. I'm ashamed to say I spent the largest portion of that time enjoying the rich and varied social scene that Southampton has to offer.
[quote][p][bold]wonderland2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Thats got to be about the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen on here, you obviously no nothing about what is required to obtain a BA hons.[/p][/quote]This is true. A second class degree in film studies from Southampton Institute doesn't write itself. It takes days of hard work.[/p][/quote]Actually, i think you should enroll into a second class degree in film studies if you think its such little work, and when you do i will point and laugh at you when you come to realize it takes 3 years of extraordinary hard work and talent to achieve a degree.[/p][/quote]I've got a 2.1 in English and I have to say it certainly didn't take three years of extraordinary hard work. I'm ashamed to say I spent the largest portion of that time enjoying the rich and varied social scene that Southampton has to offer. Bevois Valley Resident
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5:54pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Bevois Valley Resident says...

sweeeet wrote:
everything about this news report is rubbish.... everything your reporting is guessing figures.... it was the best time for a lot of peoples lives and there was no fights, just people having a good time like other people were doing a few roads away.. just because the daily echo don't like students they target a student based event. again. there are 100s of homeless people drinking on the streets everyday and there is no attempt to stop them begging or not drinking alcohol and making people feel uncomfortable walking down london road or by jurys inn. I can assure you now they cost police time alot more than one street party.
It's ironic that you attack the reporter for guessing his figures then go on to make up one of your own - that there are hundreds of homeless people drinking on the streets every day.
There are not even a hundred street homeless people in Southampton - the last time I actually checked this statistic it was around 15. Even when you factor in people with homes who choose to drink on the streets it hardly adds up to hundreds.
Can you also verify your statement that they cost a lot more police time? The police don't generally arrest street drinkers and any interaction with them is likely to be on their beat rounds, rather than a specific journey.
[quote][p][bold]sweeeet[/bold] wrote: everything about this news report is rubbish.... everything your reporting is guessing figures.... it was the best time for a lot of peoples lives and there was no fights, just people having a good time like other people were doing a few roads away.. just because the daily echo don't like students they target a student based event. again. there are 100s of homeless people drinking on the streets everyday and there is no attempt to stop them begging or not drinking alcohol and making people feel uncomfortable walking down london road or by jurys inn. I can assure you now they cost police time alot more than one street party.[/p][/quote]It's ironic that you attack the reporter for guessing his figures then go on to make up one of your own - that there are hundreds of homeless people drinking on the streets every day. There are not even a hundred street homeless people in Southampton - the last time I actually checked this statistic it was around 15. Even when you factor in people with homes who choose to drink on the streets it hardly adds up to hundreds. Can you also verify your statement that they cost a lot more police time? The police don't generally arrest street drinkers and any interaction with them is likely to be on their beat rounds, rather than a specific journey. Bevois Valley Resident
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6:16pm Fri 1 Jun 12

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

MAKE THE LANDLORDS CLEAN THAT BAG OF @HITE UP!
MAKE THE LANDLORDS CLEAN THAT BAG OF @HITE UP! Fatty x Ford Worker
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6:31pm Fri 1 Jun 12

999medic says...

Having attended this party last year I have to say what awesome event, fantastic entertainment good fun to see so many people enjoying themselves. Sadly a few people let you guys down and that was those peddling a little more than alcohol on the day. Overall though brilliant, I only wish I was attending this party. Have a great time stay safe look after those who decide to go over the top. God Save The Queen
Having attended this party last year I have to say what awesome event, fantastic entertainment good fun to see so many people enjoying themselves. Sadly a few people let you guys down and that was those peddling a little more than alcohol on the day. Overall though brilliant, I only wish I was attending this party. Have a great time stay safe look after those who decide to go over the top. God Save The Queen 999medic
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6:48pm Fri 1 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

I simply cant believe that large numbers of people never mind the majority are going to celebrate the fact that they been trodden on for 60 uears by a lady who believes in the divine right of kings to rule over the rest of us.
Can you people not see that we do not elect our own governments that these are Crown appointments as are the Crown offices that masquerade as democratic institutions.
Do you not understand the incredible waste of revenue that is represented not only by the Civil List but in the maintenance of the grossly extravagant panoply of state as represented by the maintenance of six palaces on behalf of the monarch. And that is without the farcical extravagance represented by the state opening of parliament due to royal insistence in turning up in full regalia and no less than eight horse driven coaches of state the maintenance of which costs a cool million pounds a year.
Get rid of these blood sucking useless royals once and for all wake up Britain!!
I simply cant believe that large numbers of people never mind the majority are going to celebrate the fact that they been trodden on for 60 uears by a lady who believes in the divine right of kings to rule over the rest of us. Can you people not see that we do not elect our own governments that these are Crown appointments as are the Crown offices that masquerade as democratic institutions. Do you not understand the incredible waste of revenue that is represented not only by the Civil List but in the maintenance of the grossly extravagant panoply of state as represented by the maintenance of six palaces on behalf of the monarch. And that is without the farcical extravagance represented by the state opening of parliament due to royal insistence in turning up in full regalia and no less than eight horse driven coaches of state the maintenance of which costs a cool million pounds a year. Get rid of these blood sucking useless royals once and for all wake up Britain!! montecristosaint
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8:29pm Fri 1 Jun 12

circa 66 saint says...

montecristosaint wrote:
I simply cant believe that large numbers of people never mind the majority are going to celebrate the fact that they been trodden on for 60 uears by a lady who believes in the divine right of kings to rule over the rest of us.
Can you people not see that we do not elect our own governments that these are Crown appointments as are the Crown offices that masquerade as democratic institutions.
Do you not understand the incredible waste of revenue that is represented not only by the Civil List but in the maintenance of the grossly extravagant panoply of state as represented by the maintenance of six palaces on behalf of the monarch. And that is without the farcical extravagance represented by the state opening of parliament due to royal insistence in turning up in full regalia and no less than eight horse driven coaches of state the maintenance of which costs a cool million pounds a year.
Get rid of these blood sucking useless royals once and for all wake up Britain!!
The royals are descended from thieves and murderers, who over the centuries have grabbed the land and wealth through fear and intimidation and given large areas of land to their allies to maintain their positions of power and wealth.
Celebrate the richest woman in the U.K. still putting her hand in my pocket and taking my hard earned. NO EFFING WAY.
Now i know some of you will be upset with this but please explain who divided up the land many centuries ago and how was it done.
[quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I simply cant believe that large numbers of people never mind the majority are going to celebrate the fact that they been trodden on for 60 uears by a lady who believes in the divine right of kings to rule over the rest of us. Can you people not see that we do not elect our own governments that these are Crown appointments as are the Crown offices that masquerade as democratic institutions. Do you not understand the incredible waste of revenue that is represented not only by the Civil List but in the maintenance of the grossly extravagant panoply of state as represented by the maintenance of six palaces on behalf of the monarch. And that is without the farcical extravagance represented by the state opening of parliament due to royal insistence in turning up in full regalia and no less than eight horse driven coaches of state the maintenance of which costs a cool million pounds a year. Get rid of these blood sucking useless royals once and for all wake up Britain!![/p][/quote]The royals are descended from thieves and murderers, who over the centuries have grabbed the land and wealth through fear and intimidation and given large areas of land to their allies to maintain their positions of power and wealth. Celebrate the richest woman in the U.K. still putting her hand in my pocket and taking my hard earned. NO EFFING WAY. Now i know some of you will be upset with this but please explain who divided up the land many centuries ago and how was it done. circa 66 saint
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8:33pm Fri 1 Jun 12

elvisimo says...

rich the stitch wrote:
Pixiienot wrote:
rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;)
I doubt that very much. If you have such a good job then why are you so bored. Possibly your job is part time. Sorry, did I want fries with that. No thank you.
In tears
[quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;)[/p][/quote]I doubt that very much. If you have such a good job then why are you so bored. Possibly your job is part time. Sorry, did I want fries with that. No thank you.[/p][/quote]In tears elvisimo
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8:39pm Fri 1 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover.
Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere. montecristosaint
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9:06pm Fri 1 Jun 12

loosehead says...

montecristosaint wrote:
I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover.
Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
Are you just a total moron or do you actually believe this garbage?
Explain to me the State of a country run as a federation of states with a president yet has far worse lawlessness has Watergate?
has a figure head who is nine out of ten corrupt or leans to the rich & has actual power over the people of the country & has a key that could bring about armageddon is better than a figurehead Queen/King which bring in millions to this country through tourism?
Russia & the USA & if pro Europeans get their way all of us in Europe will be ruled by Presidents with power even if they're corrupt.
I don't want Charles but I believe in our monarchy over any president
[quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]Are you just a total moron or do you actually believe this garbage? Explain to me the State of a country run as a federation of states with a president yet has far worse lawlessness has Watergate? has a figure head who is nine out of ten corrupt or leans to the rich & has actual power over the people of the country & has a key that could bring about armageddon is better than a figurehead Queen/King which bring in millions to this country through tourism? Russia & the USA & if pro Europeans get their way all of us in Europe will be ruled by Presidents with power even if they're corrupt. I don't want Charles but I believe in our monarchy over any president loosehead
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10:52pm Fri 1 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

Do I get a prize for posting the hundredth comment on this page?
Do I get a prize for posting the hundredth comment on this page? userds5050
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10:54pm Fri 1 Jun 12

jase71 says...

Pixiienot wrote:
Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
I think government has enough to do with having to organise your social life
[quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]I think government has enough to do with having to organise your social life jase71
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11:11pm Fri 1 Jun 12

gillian1 says...

If I remember rightly it was over at about 9pm and everyone went on there jolly way. People need to get a grip.
If I remember rightly it was over at about 9pm and everyone went on there jolly way. People need to get a grip. gillian1
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11:57pm Fri 1 Jun 12

SaintsBiker says...

Council not bothered to sort out Chav,drunks and robbers who must number more than 4000 in Southampton and out every night causing problems. Stupid manoey wasting Council, police should arrest those who waste tax payers money and fiddle expenses.
Council not bothered to sort out Chav,drunks and robbers who must number more than 4000 in Southampton and out every night causing problems. Stupid manoey wasting Council, police should arrest those who waste tax payers money and fiddle expenses. SaintsBiker
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12:42am Sat 2 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

loosehead wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover.
Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
Are you just a total moron or do you actually believe this garbage?
Explain to me the State of a country run as a federation of states with a president yet has far worse lawlessness has Watergate?
has a figure head who is nine out of ten corrupt or leans to the rich & has actual power over the people of the country & has a key that could bring about armageddon is better than a figurehead Queen/King which bring in millions to this country through tourism?
Russia & the USA & if pro Europeans get their way all of us in Europe will be ruled by Presidents with power even if they're corrupt.
I don't want Charles but I believe in our monarchy over any president
its people like you that I have a real problem with mindless ill informed and subservient. Do you really have to doff your cap to these so called blue bloods ? Let me tell you that if they were deposed the nations income through tourism would at least treble as there is nothing quite like sensationalism to attract a crowd. If however you must grovel to these monarchist tyrants then I confidently predict that your kind will be reduced to museum relics within a few years or better still you will be able to accompany them into exile to some equally despotic state wherever. if they will have them that is.
What makes me laugh is that on the one hand you seem to favour a monarch and yet you dont want Charles. You cant just pick and choose. If you are a royalist you have to accept he will be king with god help us Queen Camilla. What a farce. Whats the alternative then Queen Kate ?? The monarchy is past its sell by date accept it.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]Are you just a total moron or do you actually believe this garbage? Explain to me the State of a country run as a federation of states with a president yet has far worse lawlessness has Watergate? has a figure head who is nine out of ten corrupt or leans to the rich & has actual power over the people of the country & has a key that could bring about armageddon is better than a figurehead Queen/King which bring in millions to this country through tourism? Russia & the USA & if pro Europeans get their way all of us in Europe will be ruled by Presidents with power even if they're corrupt. I don't want Charles but I believe in our monarchy over any president[/p][/quote]its people like you that I have a real problem with mindless ill informed and subservient. Do you really have to doff your cap to these so called blue bloods ? Let me tell you that if they were deposed the nations income through tourism would at least treble as there is nothing quite like sensationalism to attract a crowd. If however you must grovel to these monarchist tyrants then I confidently predict that your kind will be reduced to museum relics within a few years or better still you will be able to accompany them into exile to some equally despotic state wherever. if they will have them that is. What makes me laugh is that on the one hand you seem to favour a monarch and yet you dont want Charles. You cant just pick and choose. If you are a royalist you have to accept he will be king with god help us Queen Camilla. What a farce. Whats the alternative then Queen Kate ?? The monarchy is past its sell by date accept it. montecristosaint
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1:30am Sat 2 Jun 12

IronLady2010 says...

Hope everyone has a fantastic extended weekend, whilst I won't be participating in the street party, I will certainly enjoy the peace and quiet of a long weekend away. Enjoy! x
Hope everyone has a fantastic extended weekend, whilst I won't be participating in the street party, I will certainly enjoy the peace and quiet of a long weekend away. Enjoy! x IronLady2010
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1:30am Sat 2 Jun 12

IronLady2010 says...

Hope everyone has a fantastic extended weekend, whilst I won't be participating in the street party, I will certainly enjoy the peace and quiet of a long weekend away. Enjoy! x
Hope everyone has a fantastic extended weekend, whilst I won't be participating in the street party, I will certainly enjoy the peace and quiet of a long weekend away. Enjoy! x IronLady2010
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4:25am Sat 2 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
I simply cant believe that large numbers of people never mind the majority are going to celebrate the fact that they been trodden on for 60 uears by a lady who believes in the divine right of kings to rule over the rest of us.
Can you people not see that we do not elect our own governments that these are Crown appointments as are the Crown offices that masquerade as democratic institutions.
Do you not understand the incredible waste of revenue that is represented not only by the Civil List but in the maintenance of the grossly extravagant panoply of state as represented by the maintenance of six palaces on behalf of the monarch. And that is without the farcical extravagance represented by the state opening of parliament due to royal insistence in turning up in full regalia and no less than eight horse driven coaches of state the maintenance of which costs a cool million pounds a year.
Get rid of these blood sucking useless royals once and for all wake up Britain!!
The royals are descended from thieves and murderers, who over the centuries have grabbed the land and wealth through fear and intimidation and given large areas of land to their allies to maintain their positions of power and wealth.
Celebrate the richest woman in the U.K. still putting her hand in my pocket and taking my hard earned. NO EFFING WAY.
Now i know some of you will be upset with this but please explain who divided up the land many centuries ago and how was it done.
Little thing called the Doomsday book haha,.. William the Conqueror 1066 and all that. And yes I know its spelt Domesday but I rather think mine is more appropriate.
But then how many Brits know their own history?? Sad really..
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I simply cant believe that large numbers of people never mind the majority are going to celebrate the fact that they been trodden on for 60 uears by a lady who believes in the divine right of kings to rule over the rest of us. Can you people not see that we do not elect our own governments that these are Crown appointments as are the Crown offices that masquerade as democratic institutions. Do you not understand the incredible waste of revenue that is represented not only by the Civil List but in the maintenance of the grossly extravagant panoply of state as represented by the maintenance of six palaces on behalf of the monarch. And that is without the farcical extravagance represented by the state opening of parliament due to royal insistence in turning up in full regalia and no less than eight horse driven coaches of state the maintenance of which costs a cool million pounds a year. Get rid of these blood sucking useless royals once and for all wake up Britain!![/p][/quote]The royals are descended from thieves and murderers, who over the centuries have grabbed the land and wealth through fear and intimidation and given large areas of land to their allies to maintain their positions of power and wealth. Celebrate the richest woman in the U.K. still putting her hand in my pocket and taking my hard earned. NO EFFING WAY. Now i know some of you will be upset with this but please explain who divided up the land many centuries ago and how was it done.[/p][/quote]Little thing called the Doomsday book haha,.. William the Conqueror 1066 and all that. And yes I know its spelt Domesday but I rather think mine is more appropriate. But then how many Brits know their own history?? Sad really.. montecristosaint
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4:28am Sat 2 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
I simply cant believe that large numbers of people never mind the majority are going to celebrate the fact that they been trodden on for 60 uears by a lady who believes in the divine right of kings to rule over the rest of us.
Can you people not see that we do not elect our own governments that these are Crown appointments as are the Crown offices that masquerade as democratic institutions.
Do you not understand the incredible waste of revenue that is represented not only by the Civil List but in the maintenance of the grossly extravagant panoply of state as represented by the maintenance of six palaces on behalf of the monarch. And that is without the farcical extravagance represented by the state opening of parliament due to royal insistence in turning up in full regalia and no less than eight horse driven coaches of state the maintenance of which costs a cool million pounds a year.
Get rid of these blood sucking useless royals once and for all wake up Britain!!
The royals are descended from thieves and murderers, who over the centuries have grabbed the land and wealth through fear and intimidation and given large areas of land to their allies to maintain their positions of power and wealth.
Celebrate the richest woman in the U.K. still putting her hand in my pocket and taking my hard earned. NO EFFING WAY.
Now i know some of you will be upset with this but please explain who divided up the land many centuries ago and how was it done.
Little thing called the Doomsday book haha,.. William the Conqueror 1066 and all that. And yes I know its spelt Domesday but I rather think mine is more appropriate.
But then how many Brits know their own history?? Sad really..
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I simply cant believe that large numbers of people never mind the majority are going to celebrate the fact that they been trodden on for 60 uears by a lady who believes in the divine right of kings to rule over the rest of us. Can you people not see that we do not elect our own governments that these are Crown appointments as are the Crown offices that masquerade as democratic institutions. Do you not understand the incredible waste of revenue that is represented not only by the Civil List but in the maintenance of the grossly extravagant panoply of state as represented by the maintenance of six palaces on behalf of the monarch. And that is without the farcical extravagance represented by the state opening of parliament due to royal insistence in turning up in full regalia and no less than eight horse driven coaches of state the maintenance of which costs a cool million pounds a year. Get rid of these blood sucking useless royals once and for all wake up Britain!![/p][/quote]The royals are descended from thieves and murderers, who over the centuries have grabbed the land and wealth through fear and intimidation and given large areas of land to their allies to maintain their positions of power and wealth. Celebrate the richest woman in the U.K. still putting her hand in my pocket and taking my hard earned. NO EFFING WAY. Now i know some of you will be upset with this but please explain who divided up the land many centuries ago and how was it done.[/p][/quote]Little thing called the Doomsday book haha,.. William the Conqueror 1066 and all that. And yes I know its spelt Domesday but I rather think mine is more appropriate. But then how many Brits know their own history?? Sad really.. montecristosaint
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4:28am Sat 2 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

circa 66 saint wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
I simply cant believe that large numbers of people never mind the majority are going to celebrate the fact that they been trodden on for 60 uears by a lady who believes in the divine right of kings to rule over the rest of us.
Can you people not see that we do not elect our own governments that these are Crown appointments as are the Crown offices that masquerade as democratic institutions.
Do you not understand the incredible waste of revenue that is represented not only by the Civil List but in the maintenance of the grossly extravagant panoply of state as represented by the maintenance of six palaces on behalf of the monarch. And that is without the farcical extravagance represented by the state opening of parliament due to royal insistence in turning up in full regalia and no less than eight horse driven coaches of state the maintenance of which costs a cool million pounds a year.
Get rid of these blood sucking useless royals once and for all wake up Britain!!
The royals are descended from thieves and murderers, who over the centuries have grabbed the land and wealth through fear and intimidation and given large areas of land to their allies to maintain their positions of power and wealth.
Celebrate the richest woman in the U.K. still putting her hand in my pocket and taking my hard earned. NO EFFING WAY.
Now i know some of you will be upset with this but please explain who divided up the land many centuries ago and how was it done.
Little thing called the Doomsday book haha,.. William the Conqueror 1066 and all that. And yes I know its spelt Domesday but I rather think mine is more appropriate.
But then how many Brits know their own history?? Sad really..
[quote][p][bold]circa 66 saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I simply cant believe that large numbers of people never mind the majority are going to celebrate the fact that they been trodden on for 60 uears by a lady who believes in the divine right of kings to rule over the rest of us. Can you people not see that we do not elect our own governments that these are Crown appointments as are the Crown offices that masquerade as democratic institutions. Do you not understand the incredible waste of revenue that is represented not only by the Civil List but in the maintenance of the grossly extravagant panoply of state as represented by the maintenance of six palaces on behalf of the monarch. And that is without the farcical extravagance represented by the state opening of parliament due to royal insistence in turning up in full regalia and no less than eight horse driven coaches of state the maintenance of which costs a cool million pounds a year. Get rid of these blood sucking useless royals once and for all wake up Britain!![/p][/quote]The royals are descended from thieves and murderers, who over the centuries have grabbed the land and wealth through fear and intimidation and given large areas of land to their allies to maintain their positions of power and wealth. Celebrate the richest woman in the U.K. still putting her hand in my pocket and taking my hard earned. NO EFFING WAY. Now i know some of you will be upset with this but please explain who divided up the land many centuries ago and how was it done.[/p][/quote]Little thing called the Doomsday book haha,.. William the Conqueror 1066 and all that. And yes I know its spelt Domesday but I rather think mine is more appropriate. But then how many Brits know their own history?? Sad really.. montecristosaint
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7:30am Sat 2 Jun 12

loosehead says...

montecristosaint wrote:
loosehead wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover.
Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
Are you just a total moron or do you actually believe this garbage?
Explain to me the State of a country run as a federation of states with a president yet has far worse lawlessness has Watergate?
has a figure head who is nine out of ten corrupt or leans to the rich & has actual power over the people of the country & has a key that could bring about armageddon is better than a figurehead Queen/King which bring in millions to this country through tourism?
Russia & the USA & if pro Europeans get their way all of us in Europe will be ruled by Presidents with power even if they're corrupt.
I don't want Charles but I believe in our monarchy over any president
its people like you that I have a real problem with mindless ill informed and subservient. Do you really have to doff your cap to these so called blue bloods ? Let me tell you that if they were deposed the nations income through tourism would at least treble as there is nothing quite like sensationalism to attract a crowd. If however you must grovel to these monarchist tyrants then I confidently predict that your kind will be reduced to museum relics within a few years or better still you will be able to accompany them into exile to some equally despotic state wherever. if they will have them that is.
What makes me laugh is that on the one hand you seem to favour a monarch and yet you dont want Charles. You cant just pick and choose. If you are a royalist you have to accept he will be king with god help us Queen Camilla. What a farce. Whats the alternative then Queen Kate ?? The monarchy is past its sell by date accept it.
I feel Charles should do an Edward & allow his son to become King.
I can't believe your so stuck in the past.
Why don't you go & live in North Korea you know a country without a Monarchy but with a Presidency? Oh! Sorry they've made that hereditary in a Socialist state one family to rule them all?
[quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]Are you just a total moron or do you actually believe this garbage? Explain to me the State of a country run as a federation of states with a president yet has far worse lawlessness has Watergate? has a figure head who is nine out of ten corrupt or leans to the rich & has actual power over the people of the country & has a key that could bring about armageddon is better than a figurehead Queen/King which bring in millions to this country through tourism? Russia & the USA & if pro Europeans get their way all of us in Europe will be ruled by Presidents with power even if they're corrupt. I don't want Charles but I believe in our monarchy over any president[/p][/quote]its people like you that I have a real problem with mindless ill informed and subservient. Do you really have to doff your cap to these so called blue bloods ? Let me tell you that if they were deposed the nations income through tourism would at least treble as there is nothing quite like sensationalism to attract a crowd. If however you must grovel to these monarchist tyrants then I confidently predict that your kind will be reduced to museum relics within a few years or better still you will be able to accompany them into exile to some equally despotic state wherever. if they will have them that is. What makes me laugh is that on the one hand you seem to favour a monarch and yet you dont want Charles. You cant just pick and choose. If you are a royalist you have to accept he will be king with god help us Queen Camilla. What a farce. Whats the alternative then Queen Kate ?? The monarchy is past its sell by date accept it.[/p][/quote]I feel Charles should do an Edward & allow his son to become King. I can't believe your so stuck in the past. Why don't you go & live in North Korea you know a country without a Monarchy but with a Presidency? Oh! Sorry they've made that hereditary in a Socialist state one family to rule them all? loosehead
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8:24am Sat 2 Jun 12

userds5050 says...

gillian1 wrote:
If I remember rightly it was over at about 9pm and everyone went on there jolly way. People need to get a grip.
Exactly. Everybody went on their jolly way. Nobody bothered to stay and clean up the mess they'd made. Let someone else do it. Sod the residents. It was a great party though so who cares? When's the next one? People need to get a grip.
[quote][p][bold]gillian1[/bold] wrote: If I remember rightly it was over at about 9pm and everyone went on there jolly way. People need to get a grip.[/p][/quote]Exactly. Everybody went on their jolly way. Nobody bothered to stay and clean up the mess they'd made. Let someone else do it. Sod the residents. It was a great party though so who cares? When's the next one? People need to get a grip. userds5050
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8:37am Sat 2 Jun 12

rightway says...

Loosehead, just so you understand, North Korea is a communist dictatorship, very similar to when the monarchy had absolute power in this country.
If you want the parasitical monarchs to remain you must accept that Charles and Camilla will be king and queen, you cannot pick and choose who you want, that’s called democracy.
How can you accuse others of being stuck in the past and still want William to be king.
Loosehead, just so you understand, North Korea is a communist dictatorship, very similar to when the monarchy had absolute power in this country. If you want the parasitical monarchs to remain you must accept that Charles and Camilla will be king and queen, you cannot pick and choose who you want, that’s called democracy. How can you accuse others of being stuck in the past and still want William to be king. rightway
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8:58am Sat 2 Jun 12

Students Shut Up says...

The only way the student rabble can celebrate the Queen's DJ is to get hopelessly drunk outside the houses of those whose Council tax subsidise them, leave a stinking mess after them, then stagger back to their flats and back home to their parents who would not tolerate their lawlessness in their own backyard.
Most of these students are unemployable. They should be treated as harshly as all other law breakers.
The only way the student rabble can celebrate the Queen's DJ is to get hopelessly drunk outside the houses of those whose Council tax subsidise them, leave a stinking mess after them, then stagger back to their flats and back home to their parents who would not tolerate their lawlessness in their own backyard. Most of these students are unemployable. They should be treated as harshly as all other law breakers. Students Shut Up
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9:14am Sat 2 Jun 12

southy says...

Shoong wrote:
St Retford wrote:
ellio91 wrote:
it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE
You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY."

Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.
Last time I checked neither the Queen or the Royal Family are 'in charge of us'.
They do have some powers, like stepping in and dissolving government, they make final appovement to any law that gets though the house of commons and lords before it can become law. they can also order a change in the law if there is to much disaprovement by the people.
There are a number of things that they still have power over.
The State own the Royal Family and the Royal Family are and owns the State
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St Retford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ellio91[/bold] wrote: it's literally one day, I dont know how anyone can be so pathetic that they get intimidated by people having fun for, one day. In other countries they have street festivals and coming togethers all the time, you can run a bull through the streets in Spain but in England if someone has to lock their cats in the house for 7 hours its news.Really shows you how bitter and OLD everyone is, think we all need to remember YOLO. Thats Carpe Diem to everyone over 25. PEACE[/p][/quote]You do indeed only live once. So why spend it doing something so innately conservative as celebrating our outdated and undemocratic constitution? Like, "Wooo, the same woman has been in charge of us for 60 years and we haven't voted for her once and she hasn't said a single noteworthy thing in all that time. Let's PARTY." Why not really go for it and race a bull down The Mall and straight through the gates of Buckingham Palace? That would be more exciting that going to a vicar's tea party in the Polygon.[/p][/quote]Last time I checked neither the Queen or the Royal Family are 'in charge of us'.[/p][/quote]They do have some powers, like stepping in and dissolving government, they make final appovement to any law that gets though the house of commons and lords before it can become law. they can also order a change in the law if there is to much disaprovement by the people. There are a number of things that they still have power over. The State own the Royal Family and the Royal Family are and owns the State southy
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9:21am Sat 2 Jun 12

southy says...

rightway wrote:
Loosehead, just so you understand, North Korea is a communist dictatorship, very similar to when the monarchy had absolute power in this country.
If you want the parasitical monarchs to remain you must accept that Charles and Camilla will be king and queen, you cannot pick and choose who you want, that’s called democracy.
How can you accuse others of being stuck in the past and still want William to be king.
And thats one of the things that make North Korea a Capitalist country and never a true Communist Country.
True Communist country/s even the Government is run like a Co-Op and no single person as overal power but power is shared.
And its things like this that people like Loosehead can not get into there heads and wish to carry on with the False Right Wing Propaganda and call it a Communist State when in reality its not.
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: Loosehead, just so you understand, North Korea is a communist dictatorship, very similar to when the monarchy had absolute power in this country. If you want the parasitical monarchs to remain you must accept that Charles and Camilla will be king and queen, you cannot pick and choose who you want, that’s called democracy. How can you accuse others of being stuck in the past and still want William to be king.[/p][/quote]And thats one of the things that make North Korea a Capitalist country and never a true Communist Country. True Communist country/s even the Government is run like a Co-Op and no single person as overal power but power is shared. And its things like this that people like Loosehead can not get into there heads and wish to carry on with the False Right Wing Propaganda and call it a Communist State when in reality its not. southy
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9:37am Sat 2 Jun 12

southy says...

montecristosaint wrote:
I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover.
Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it.
Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.
[quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature. southy
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10:24am Sat 2 Jun 12

rightway says...

southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.
To compare Stalin and Hitler to Thatcher is I think a bit unfair.
Those two were not in the same league as the sister of Satan
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.[/p][/quote]To compare Stalin and Hitler to Thatcher is I think a bit unfair. Those two were not in the same league as the sister of Satan rightway
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11:10am Sat 2 Jun 12

Students Shut Up says...

Yes, it is only one day for the council tax payers who might like to have a street party for kids and old folks. But it is all day, every day for the "student" riff raff who want parties like this. Remember the one in Glasgow at the same time the students smashed up the Polygon. Or the cambridge one where the "students" exposed their privates beside a crowd watching a band recital. The riot police had to be called in Glasgow as they had to be in Belfast until the residents said enough defecation by the "students" was enough.

Binge drinking is a national problem and pandering to studnt low life as the Polygon party does only makes that epidemic worse.
Yes, it is only one day for the council tax payers who might like to have a street party for kids and old folks. But it is all day, every day for the "student" riff raff who want parties like this. Remember the one in Glasgow at the same time the students smashed up the Polygon. Or the cambridge one where the "students" exposed their privates beside a crowd watching a band recital. The riot police had to be called in Glasgow as they had to be in Belfast until the residents said enough defecation by the "students" was enough. Binge drinking is a national problem and pandering to studnt low life as the Polygon party does only makes that epidemic worse. Students Shut Up
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11:19am Sat 2 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

rightway wrote:
Loosehead, just so you understand, North Korea is a communist dictatorship, very similar to when the monarchy had absolute power in this country.
If you want the parasitical monarchs to remain you must accept that Charles and Camilla will be king and queen, you cannot pick and choose who you want, that’s called democracy.
How can you accuse others of being stuck in the past and still want William to be king.
touche rightway youve made my point for me. To be honest I just find it embarassing that people in the UK are expected to walk baxkwards in the presence of her majesty simply because of her regal dictatoship. The british people are being robbed of their dignity by these royals and their endless hangers on who have benefited from royal patronage in some form or other.
Its time for the people to assert themselves and go for constitutional reform. it is not incidentally anything to do with being on the right or left simply a call for real democracy and end to state corruption.
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: Loosehead, just so you understand, North Korea is a communist dictatorship, very similar to when the monarchy had absolute power in this country. If you want the parasitical monarchs to remain you must accept that Charles and Camilla will be king and queen, you cannot pick and choose who you want, that’s called democracy. How can you accuse others of being stuck in the past and still want William to be king.[/p][/quote]touche rightway youve made my point for me. To be honest I just find it embarassing that people in the UK are expected to walk baxkwards in the presence of her majesty simply because of her regal dictatoship. The british people are being robbed of their dignity by these royals and their endless hangers on who have benefited from royal patronage in some form or other. Its time for the people to assert themselves and go for constitutional reform. it is not incidentally anything to do with being on the right or left simply a call for real democracy and end to state corruption. montecristosaint
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11:33am Sat 2 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover.
Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it.
Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.
That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.[/p][/quote]That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic. montecristosaint
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11:48am Sat 2 Jun 12

westendsaint says...

userds5050 wrote:
gillian1 wrote:
If I remember rightly it was over at about 9pm and everyone went on there jolly way. People need to get a grip.
Exactly. Everybody went on their jolly way. Nobody bothered to stay and clean up the mess they'd made. Let someone else do it. Sod the residents. It was a great party though so who cares? When's the next one? People need to get a grip.
Well I'm going to the Official Mayflower Park Party.
Do I have to stay behind & clear up all the mess, or can I leave it for the Council to do on Wednesday !!!!!!!

Seriously though, IF people put rubbish in bins ( & council regularly emptied before overflowing ) this City would be a much cleaner & more welcoming place to live.
PS.. Throwing rubbish on ground is not just the fault of students, it appears all age ranges do it.

Happy Days !!!
[quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gillian1[/bold] wrote: If I remember rightly it was over at about 9pm and everyone went on there jolly way. People need to get a grip.[/p][/quote]Exactly. Everybody went on their jolly way. Nobody bothered to stay and clean up the mess they'd made. Let someone else do it. Sod the residents. It was a great party though so who cares? When's the next one? People need to get a grip.[/p][/quote]Well I'm going to the Official Mayflower Park Party. Do I have to stay behind & clear up all the mess, or can I leave it for the Council to do on Wednesday !!!!!!! Seriously though, IF people put rubbish in bins ( & council regularly emptied before overflowing ) this City would be a much cleaner & more welcoming place to live. PS.. Throwing rubbish on ground is not just the fault of students, it appears all age ranges do it. Happy Days !!! westendsaint
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11:54am Sat 2 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

And one final point while you celebrate this grotesque institution. Do any of you hand on heart really think you have equality of opportunity with those within the extensive royal circle which included all such that have been the recipients of royal patronage in one form or another? Do your children have the same opportunities as those born of a privileged background? i hate to tell you this but the answer is emphatically no. Britain is so corrupt that anyone who has had a private public school education has infinitely better opportunities in sectors that lead to economic or political power in other words the city and parliamentary politics.There is some mobility between the privileged and the deprived but any who rise into the privieged class are soon corrupted by their environment, its as simple as that.
And one final point while you celebrate this grotesque institution. Do any of you hand on heart really think you have equality of opportunity with those within the extensive royal circle which included all such that have been the recipients of royal patronage in one form or another? Do your children have the same opportunities as those born of a privileged background? i hate to tell you this but the answer is emphatically no. Britain is so corrupt that anyone who has had a private public school education has infinitely better opportunities in sectors that lead to economic or political power in other words the city and parliamentary politics.There is some mobility between the privileged and the deprived but any who rise into the privieged class are soon corrupted by their environment, its as simple as that. montecristosaint
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11:54am Sat 2 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

And one final point while you celebrate this grotesque institution. Do any of you hand on heart really think you have equality of opportunity with those within the extensive royal circle which included all such that have been the recipients of royal patronage in one form or another? Do your children have the same opportunities as those born of a privileged background? i hate to tell you this but the answer is emphatically no. Britain is so corrupt that anyone who has had a private public school education has infinitely better opportunities in sectors that lead to economic or political power in other words the city and parliamentary politics.There is some mobility between the privileged and the deprived but any who rise into the privieged class are soon corrupted by their environment, its as simple as that.
And one final point while you celebrate this grotesque institution. Do any of you hand on heart really think you have equality of opportunity with those within the extensive royal circle which included all such that have been the recipients of royal patronage in one form or another? Do your children have the same opportunities as those born of a privileged background? i hate to tell you this but the answer is emphatically no. Britain is so corrupt that anyone who has had a private public school education has infinitely better opportunities in sectors that lead to economic or political power in other words the city and parliamentary politics.There is some mobility between the privileged and the deprived but any who rise into the privieged class are soon corrupted by their environment, its as simple as that. montecristosaint
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12:01pm Sat 2 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover.
Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it.
Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.
That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.[/p][/quote]That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic. montecristosaint
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12:58pm Sat 2 Jun 12

Students Shut Up says...

westendsaint wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
gillian1 wrote:
If I remember rightly it was over at about 9pm and everyone went on there jolly way. People need to get a grip.
Exactly. Everybody went on their jolly way. Nobody bothered to stay and clean up the mess they'd made. Let someone else do it. Sod the residents. It was a great party though so who cares? When's the next one? People need to get a grip.
Well I'm going to the Official Mayflower Park Party.
Do I have to stay behind & clear up all the mess, or can I leave it for the Council to do on Wednesday !!!!!!!

Seriously though, IF people put rubbish in bins ( & council regularly emptied before overflowing ) this City would be a much cleaner & more welcoming place to live.
PS.. Throwing rubbish on ground is not just the fault of students, it appears all age ranges do it.

Happy Days !!!
westendsaint wrote: PS.. Throwing rubbish on ground is not just the fault of students, it appears all age ranges do it. Happy Days !!!

In the Polygon, Portswood, Highfield. Swaythling, students are the primary offenders. Don't trot out the university line that everyone does it. Everyone does not: students do. The students are a blight on the city. They just want to party, always at other's expense.
[quote][p][bold]westendsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gillian1[/bold] wrote: If I remember rightly it was over at about 9pm and everyone went on there jolly way. People need to get a grip.[/p][/quote]Exactly. Everybody went on their jolly way. Nobody bothered to stay and clean up the mess they'd made. Let someone else do it. Sod the residents. It was a great party though so who cares? When's the next one? People need to get a grip.[/p][/quote]Well I'm going to the Official Mayflower Park Party. Do I have to stay behind & clear up all the mess, or can I leave it for the Council to do on Wednesday !!!!!!! Seriously though, IF people put rubbish in bins ( & council regularly emptied before overflowing ) this City would be a much cleaner & more welcoming place to live. PS.. Throwing rubbish on ground is not just the fault of students, it appears all age ranges do it. Happy Days !!![/p][/quote]westendsaint wrote: PS.. Throwing rubbish on ground is not just the fault of students, it appears all age ranges do it. Happy Days !!! In the Polygon, Portswood, Highfield. Swaythling, students are the primary offenders. Don't trot out the university line that everyone does it. Everyone does not: students do. The students are a blight on the city. They just want to party, always at other's expense. Students Shut Up
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1:19pm Sat 2 Jun 12

westendsaint says...

Students Shut Up wrote:
westendsaint wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
gillian1 wrote:
If I remember rightly it was over at about 9pm and everyone went on there jolly way. People need to get a grip.
Exactly. Everybody went on their jolly way. Nobody bothered to stay and clean up the mess they'd made. Let someone else do it. Sod the residents. It was a great party though so who cares? When's the next one? People need to get a grip.
Well I'm going to the Official Mayflower Park Party.
Do I have to stay behind & clear up all the mess, or can I leave it for the Council to do on Wednesday !!!!!!!

Seriously though, IF people put rubbish in bins ( & council regularly emptied before overflowing ) this City would be a much cleaner & more welcoming place to live.
PS.. Throwing rubbish on ground is not just the fault of students, it appears all age ranges do it.

Happy Days !!!
westendsaint wrote: PS.. Throwing rubbish on ground is not just the fault of students, it appears all age ranges do it. Happy Days !!!

In the Polygon, Portswood, Highfield. Swaythling, students are the primary offenders. Don't trot out the university line that everyone does it. Everyone does not: students do. The students are a blight on the city. They just want to party, always at other's expense.
As I drive with my work all over the City, I will definately confirm it is not only students who throw rubbish on ground.
Walk through any precinct & you will see mothers with children, & elderly smokers amongst others just dropping litter anywhere.
It is the society we now live in.
It will appear a lot worse in student areas because of concentration ( 7 adults acting like children per household )
[quote][p][bold]Students Shut Up[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]westendsaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gillian1[/bold] wrote: If I remember rightly it was over at about 9pm and everyone went on there jolly way. People need to get a grip.[/p][/quote]Exactly. Everybody went on their jolly way. Nobody bothered to stay and clean up the mess they'd made. Let someone else do it. Sod the residents. It was a great party though so who cares? When's the next one? People need to get a grip.[/p][/quote]Well I'm going to the Official Mayflower Park Party. Do I have to stay behind & clear up all the mess, or can I leave it for the Council to do on Wednesday !!!!!!! Seriously though, IF people put rubbish in bins ( & council regularly emptied before overflowing ) this City would be a much cleaner & more welcoming place to live. PS.. Throwing rubbish on ground is not just the fault of students, it appears all age ranges do it. Happy Days !!![/p][/quote]westendsaint wrote: PS.. Throwing rubbish on ground is not just the fault of students, it appears all age ranges do it. Happy Days !!! In the Polygon, Portswood, Highfield. Swaythling, students are the primary offenders. Don't trot out the university line that everyone does it. Everyone does not: students do. The students are a blight on the city. They just want to party, always at other's expense.[/p][/quote]As I drive with my work all over the City, I will definately confirm it is not only students who throw rubbish on ground. Walk through any precinct & you will see mothers with children, & elderly smokers amongst others just dropping litter anywhere. It is the society we now live in. It will appear a lot worse in student areas because of concentration ( 7 adults acting like children per household ) westendsaint
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1:45pm Sat 2 Jun 12

Students Shut Up says...

Westendsaint: The people terrorising the Polygon are students, despite what you or the universities might like to think. The people causing mayhem in the Polygon will be the usual student suspects who have turned London Road and Portswood into dumps. They will not be the "mothers with children, & elderly smokers" you wish to use as a fig leaf for student criminality.
Students caused so much havoc in the Holylands area of Belfast that the Riot Squad had to be called in for years until the universities were made threaten the riff raff with expulsion. The solution to the Polygon and the other areas students terorise is to make examples of them, just like in the riots of a few months back when students were also jailed.
Westendsaint: The people terrorising the Polygon are students, despite what you or the universities might like to think. The people causing mayhem in the Polygon will be the usual student suspects who have turned London Road and Portswood into dumps. They will not be the "mothers with children, & elderly smokers" you wish to use as a fig leaf for student criminality. Students caused so much havoc in the Holylands area of Belfast that the Riot Squad had to be called in for years until the universities were made threaten the riff raff with expulsion. The solution to the Polygon and the other areas students terorise is to make examples of them, just like in the riots of a few months back when students were also jailed. Students Shut Up
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2:03pm Sat 2 Jun 12

southy says...

rightway wrote:
southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.
To compare Stalin and Hitler to Thatcher is I think a bit unfair.
Those two were not in the same league as the sister of Satan
Its fair all right the ambitions are the same total control and no other is to have a say in the matter.
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.[/p][/quote]To compare Stalin and Hitler to Thatcher is I think a bit unfair. Those two were not in the same league as the sister of Satan[/p][/quote]Its fair all right the ambitions are the same total control and no other is to have a say in the matter. southy
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2:17pm Sat 2 Jun 12

southy says...

montecristosaint wrote:
southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover.
Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it.
Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.
That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.
Money will corrupt, Even in America it could more easy to end up as a dictatorship even with there system, all it would take is one power hungry Millitary person with the backing of the financial world, there would go you written constitution and a dictator in its place.
I would keep the royals but thing them out, and only make it the parents and any kids that are under age to work, with the first in line, the rest can look after them selfs and work for a living.
[quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.[/p][/quote]That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.[/p][/quote]Money will corrupt, Even in America it could more easy to end up as a dictatorship even with there system, all it would take is one power hungry Millitary person with the backing of the financial world, there would go you written constitution and a dictator in its place. I would keep the royals but thing them out, and only make it the parents and any kids that are under age to work, with the first in line, the rest can look after them selfs and work for a living. southy
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2:30pm Sat 2 Jun 12

Sir Ad E Noid says...

southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover.
Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it.
Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.
That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.
Money will corrupt, Even in America it could more easy to end up as a dictatorship even with there system, all it would take is one power hungry Millitary person with the backing of the financial world, there would go you written constitution and a dictator in its place.
I would keep the royals but thing them out, and only make it the parents and any kids that are under age to work, with the first in line, the rest can look after them selfs and work for a living.
God bless the Queen. I am just loving the bile filled hatred that the low lifes on here trot out. I imagine you lot, with raised veins and heartbeats, spitting out your anti monarchy rubbish all over your screens. If you don't like it, suffer, or move else where. I don't mind giving my hard earned to keep the institution going. I guess you two don't. LoL. Loving it.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.[/p][/quote]That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.[/p][/quote]Money will corrupt, Even in America it could more easy to end up as a dictatorship even with there system, all it would take is one power hungry Millitary person with the backing of the financial world, there would go you written constitution and a dictator in its place. I would keep the royals but thing them out, and only make it the parents and any kids that are under age to work, with the first in line, the rest can look after them selfs and work for a living.[/p][/quote]God bless the Queen. I am just loving the bile filled hatred that the low lifes on here trot out. I imagine you lot, with raised veins and heartbeats, spitting out your anti monarchy rubbish all over your screens. If you don't like it, suffer, or move else where. I don't mind giving my hard earned to keep the institution going. I guess you two don't. LoL. Loving it. Sir Ad E Noid
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5:23pm Sat 2 Jun 12

rightway says...

Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.
That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.
Money will corrupt, Even in America it could more easy to end up as a dictatorship even with there system, all it would take is one power hungry Millitary person with the backing of the financial world, there would go you written constitution and a dictator in its place. I would keep the royals but thing them out, and only make it the parents and any kids that are under age to work, with the first in line, the rest can look after them selfs and work for a living.
God bless the Queen. I am just loving the bile filled hatred that the low lifes on here trot out. I imagine you lot, with raised veins and heartbeats, spitting out your anti monarchy rubbish all over your screens. If you don't like it, suffer, or move else where. I don't mind giving my hard earned to keep the institution going. I guess you two don't. LoL. Loving it.
The only raised veins and heartbeats seem to be coming from your very weak defence of the monarchy.
The anti monarchy posts on here seem, in my opinion to have a certain air of sadness about them. I for one do feel sorry for people like yourself who need almost to hero worship an old women who you don't know, will probably never meet and then admits to not minding giving up their "hard earned" (I hope thats wages and not benefits)to keep the institution going.
If you feel so insecure that you need to give away your hard earned, why not give to those in need, not someone who's family's stolen wealth is measured in billions
To put in simple terms, get a life.
[quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.[/p][/quote]That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.[/p][/quote]Money will corrupt, Even in America it could more easy to end up as a dictatorship even with there system, all it would take is one power hungry Millitary person with the backing of the financial world, there would go you written constitution and a dictator in its place. I would keep the royals but thing them out, and only make it the parents and any kids that are under age to work, with the first in line, the rest can look after them selfs and work for a living.[/p][/quote]God bless the Queen. I am just loving the bile filled hatred that the low lifes on here trot out. I imagine you lot, with raised veins and heartbeats, spitting out your anti monarchy rubbish all over your screens. If you don't like it, suffer, or move else where. I don't mind giving my hard earned to keep the institution going. I guess you two don't. LoL. Loving it.[/p][/quote]The only raised veins and heartbeats seem to be coming from your very weak defence of the monarchy. The anti monarchy posts on here seem, in my opinion to have a certain air of sadness about them. I for one do feel sorry for people like yourself who need almost to hero worship an old women who you don't know, will probably never meet and then admits to not minding giving up their "hard earned" (I hope thats wages and not benefits)to keep the institution going. If you feel so insecure that you need to give away your hard earned, why not give to those in need, not someone who's family's stolen wealth is measured in billions To put in simple terms, get a life. rightway
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5:39pm Sat 2 Jun 12

loosehead says...

rightway wrote:
Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.
That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.
Money will corrupt, Even in America it could more easy to end up as a dictatorship even with there system, all it would take is one power hungry Millitary person with the backing of the financial world, there would go you written constitution and a dictator in its place. I would keep the royals but thing them out, and only make it the parents and any kids that are under age to work, with the first in line, the rest can look after them selfs and work for a living.
God bless the Queen. I am just loving the bile filled hatred that the low lifes on here trot out. I imagine you lot, with raised veins and heartbeats, spitting out your anti monarchy rubbish all over your screens. If you don't like it, suffer, or move else where. I don't mind giving my hard earned to keep the institution going. I guess you two don't. LoL. Loving it.
The only raised veins and heartbeats seem to be coming from your very weak defence of the monarchy.
The anti monarchy posts on here seem, in my opinion to have a certain air of sadness about them. I for one do feel sorry for people like yourself who need almost to hero worship an old women who you don't know, will probably never meet and then admits to not minding giving up their "hard earned" (I hope thats wages and not benefits)to keep the institution going.
If you feel so insecure that you need to give away your hard earned, why not give to those in need, not someone who's family's stolen wealth is measured in billions
To put in simple terms, get a life.
Why don't you & that other idiot Join Southy's party you know the TUSC or are you already members of The raving Monster Loony Party or are you both Just living in the wrong country & are looking to go to that great place to live Cuba?
( it's so great they flee to the USA)
[quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.[/p][/quote]That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.[/p][/quote]Money will corrupt, Even in America it could more easy to end up as a dictatorship even with there system, all it would take is one power hungry Millitary person with the backing of the financial world, there would go you written constitution and a dictator in its place. I would keep the royals but thing them out, and only make it the parents and any kids that are under age to work, with the first in line, the rest can look after them selfs and work for a living.[/p][/quote]God bless the Queen. I am just loving the bile filled hatred that the low lifes on here trot out. I imagine you lot, with raised veins and heartbeats, spitting out your anti monarchy rubbish all over your screens. If you don't like it, suffer, or move else where. I don't mind giving my hard earned to keep the institution going. I guess you two don't. LoL. Loving it.[/p][/quote]The only raised veins and heartbeats seem to be coming from your very weak defence of the monarchy. The anti monarchy posts on here seem, in my opinion to have a certain air of sadness about them. I for one do feel sorry for people like yourself who need almost to hero worship an old women who you don't know, will probably never meet and then admits to not minding giving up their "hard earned" (I hope thats wages and not benefits)to keep the institution going. If you feel so insecure that you need to give away your hard earned, why not give to those in need, not someone who's family's stolen wealth is measured in billions To put in simple terms, get a life.[/p][/quote]Why don't you & that other idiot Join Southy's party you know the TUSC or are you already members of The raving Monster Loony Party or are you both Just living in the wrong country & are looking to go to that great place to live Cuba? ( it's so great they flee to the USA) loosehead
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5:43pm Sat 2 Jun 12

rightway says...

loosehead wrote:
rightway wrote:
Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote:
southy wrote:
montecristosaint wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.
I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.
That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.
Money will corrupt, Even in America it could more easy to end up as a dictatorship even with there system, all it would take is one power hungry Millitary person with the backing of the financial world, there would go you written constitution and a dictator in its place. I would keep the royals but thing them out, and only make it the parents and any kids that are under age to work, with the first in line, the rest can look after them selfs and work for a living.
God bless the Queen. I am just loving the bile filled hatred that the low lifes on here trot out. I imagine you lot, with raised veins and heartbeats, spitting out your anti monarchy rubbish all over your screens. If you don't like it, suffer, or move else where. I don't mind giving my hard earned to keep the institution going. I guess you two don't. LoL. Loving it.
The only raised veins and heartbeats seem to be coming from your very weak defence of the monarchy. The anti monarchy posts on here seem, in my opinion to have a certain air of sadness about them. I for one do feel sorry for people like yourself who need almost to hero worship an old women who you don't know, will probably never meet and then admits to not minding giving up their "hard earned" (I hope thats wages and not benefits)to keep the institution going. If you feel so insecure that you need to give away your hard earned, why not give to those in need, not someone who's family's stolen wealth is measured in billions To put in simple terms, get a life.
Why don't you & that other idiot Join Southy's party you know the TUSC or are you already members of The raving Monster Loony Party or are you both Just living in the wrong country & are looking to go to that great place to live Cuba? ( it's so great they flee to the USA)
And people from the USA, because of the high standards go there to train as doctors.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rightway[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]montecristosaint[/bold] wrote: I heep saying it but Britain will not resolve its problems social and economic until the Royals have been deposed. They have no oral standpoint from which to base a claim to rule over the rest of us and the only reason they have survived is because of the incredible patronage that is wielded as a mean of corrupting key elements of the population be they politicians civil servants or members of the judiciary. Strip that away and get rid of the nobility and the House of Lords and this country might just be able to recover. Without a fair society Britain is going nowhere.[/p][/quote]I would agree with you, but for one thing that would say no to it. Can you imagine how much worse we would of been off if a person like Thatcher was president she would of been the type of person that would make her self life time president and turn this country into a dictatorship, and would of been just as bad as Hitler and Stalin, such was her nature.[/p][/quote]That is precisesly why we need a written constitution so that no one can abuse power, following the american example where presidents can only serve two terms and can be removed from office by impeachment where serious wrongdoing is proven. We have no say in what goes on in this country. That is why parliamentary elections are sadly meaningless since as they get to Westminster MPs ignore the electorate until the next election comes along. That is not democratic government. The british people need to be able to express themselves to live, and be enthusisatic about life in their own country. I am sorry but I see none of that in the UK. Instead I see repression, mass unemployment no enthusiasm and no positivity. Understand the problem and deal with it.We need a republic.[/p][/quote]Money will corrupt, Even in America it could more easy to end up as a dictatorship even with there system, all it would take is one power hungry Millitary person with the backing of the financial world, there would go you written constitution and a dictator in its place. I would keep the royals but thing them out, and only make it the parents and any kids that are under age to work, with the first in line, the rest can look after them selfs and work for a living.[/p][/quote]God bless the Queen. I am just loving the bile filled hatred that the low lifes on here trot out. I imagine you lot, with raised veins and heartbeats, spitting out your anti monarchy rubbish all over your screens. If you don't like it, suffer, or move else where. I don't mind giving my hard earned to keep the institution going. I guess you two don't. LoL. Loving it.[/p][/quote]The only raised veins and heartbeats seem to be coming from your very weak defence of the monarchy. The anti monarchy posts on here seem, in my opinion to have a certain air of sadness about them. I for one do feel sorry for people like yourself who need almost to hero worship an old women who you don't know, will probably never meet and then admits to not minding giving up their "hard earned" (I hope thats wages and not benefits)to keep the institution going. If you feel so insecure that you need to give away your hard earned, why not give to those in need, not someone who's family's stolen wealth is measured in billions To put in simple terms, get a life.[/p][/quote]Why don't you & that other idiot Join Southy's party you know the TUSC or are you already members of The raving Monster Loony Party or are you both Just living in the wrong country & are looking to go to that great place to live Cuba? ( it's so great they flee to the USA)[/p][/quote]And people from the USA, because of the high standards go there to train as doctors. rightway
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10:29pm Sat 2 Jun 12

Sir Ad E Noid says...

"The only raised veins and heartbeats seem to be coming from your very weak defence of the monarchy.
The anti monarchy posts on here seem, in my opinion to have a certain air of sadness about them. I for one do feel sorry for people like yourself who need almost to hero worship an old women who you don't know, will probably never meet and then admits to not minding giving up their "hard earned" (I hope thats wages and not benefits)to keep the institution going.
If you feel so insecure that you need to give away your hard earned, why not give to those in need, not someone who's family's stolen wealth is measured in billions
To put in simple terms, get a life."


I'm afraid it's money earned, the hard way. Still, the fact that you needed to answer, says it all. Enjoy the weekend and the celebrations. I take it from your post that you are on Benefits, I understand why this week end comes hard to you. Chin up, both of them. Loving it.
"The only raised veins and heartbeats seem to be coming from your very weak defence of the monarchy. The anti monarchy posts on here seem, in my opinion to have a certain air of sadness about them. I for one do feel sorry for people like yourself who need almost to hero worship an old women who you don't know, will probably never meet and then admits to not minding giving up their "hard earned" (I hope thats wages and not benefits)to keep the institution going. If you feel so insecure that you need to give away your hard earned, why not give to those in need, not someone who's family's stolen wealth is measured in billions To put in simple terms, get a life." I'm afraid it's money earned, the hard way. Still, the fact that you needed to answer, says it all. Enjoy the weekend and the celebrations. I take it from your post that you are on Benefits, I understand why this week end comes hard to you. Chin up, both of them. Loving it. Sir Ad E Noid
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4:51am Sun 3 Jun 12

Verloren Hoop says...

Interesting to see that there are still people getting het up by the monarchy. Perhaps they have a republic in mind that we could emulate?
Interesting to see that there are still people getting het up by the monarchy. Perhaps they have a republic in mind that we could emulate? Verloren Hoop
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12:04pm Sun 3 Jun 12

maturestudent says...

Students Shut Up wrote:
The student scroungers at party central are at it again. As objections Highfield Residents Assoc made against their drinking dens make plain, all they are into is drinking, making noise, having fights, irresponsible sex and being social leeches. They pay no council tax, make no significant contribution to Southampton society (bar buying dope and coke) and are as dirty and irresponsible as unhousetrained puppies. Travel on the U1A any night and watch them drinking and defecating on it.
In Leeds, Belfast and other places, they have started arresting, jailing and expelling from university their party animals. In Southampton, these leeches continue to be a blight on the place. All they can do is drink and vomit. At least with intelligent puppies, we would rub their noses in it to teach them right and wrong. Students think they are better because they desecrate war memorials.
If a few dozen of these leeches were arrested and expelled from their party universities, their dim witted confreres would get the message. We who pay the piper should call the tune.
Your exams are over. Go back to mummy and daddy, you spoilt, unhygienic brats.
Students Shut Up you are quite frankly a moron.
I live and am friends with many students they are none of these things you have said they spend long hours studying and working towards their degrees. Yes they let their hair down but just as much as those who work do so on a weekend. How you can be so disrespectful to people you obviously have never been involved with and clearly know nothing about is quite unbelievable to me. I would not judge you, in fact if you look over these posts the aggressive messages all come from non-students. Most of the events organised in this city are organised by forward thinking, innovative students trying to bring a life to this dull city of yours! WE are the future big earners who will be paying higher amounts of tax and pushing this country forward. WE will be greatly helping towards paying this ageing populations pension bill and yours! So stop being such a misery and a downer on everything we do or we might emigrate and leave you miserable 9-5 call centre workers to pay for yourselves when your older!
[quote][p][bold]Students Shut Up[/bold] wrote: The student scroungers at party central are at it again. As objections Highfield Residents Assoc made against their drinking dens make plain, all they are into is drinking, making noise, having fights, irresponsible sex and being social leeches. They pay no council tax, make no significant contribution to Southampton society (bar buying dope and coke) and are as dirty and irresponsible as unhousetrained puppies. Travel on the U1A any night and watch them drinking and defecating on it. In Leeds, Belfast and other places, they have started arresting, jailing and expelling from university their party animals. In Southampton, these leeches continue to be a blight on the place. All they can do is drink and vomit. At least with intelligent puppies, we would rub their noses in it to teach them right and wrong. Students think they are better because they desecrate war memorials. If a few dozen of these leeches were arrested and expelled from their party universities, their dim witted confreres would get the message. We who pay the piper should call the tune. Your exams are over. Go back to mummy and daddy, you spoilt, unhygienic brats.[/p][/quote]Students Shut Up you are quite frankly a moron. I live and am friends with many students they are none of these things you have said they spend long hours studying and working towards their degrees. Yes they let their hair down but just as much as those who work do so on a weekend. How you can be so disrespectful to people you obviously have never been involved with and clearly know nothing about is quite unbelievable to me. I would not judge you, in fact if you look over these posts the aggressive messages all come from non-students. Most of the events organised in this city are organised by forward thinking, innovative students trying to bring a life to this dull city of yours! WE are the future big earners who will be paying higher amounts of tax and pushing this country forward. WE will be greatly helping towards paying this ageing populations pension bill and yours! So stop being such a misery and a downer on everything we do or we might emigrate and leave you miserable 9-5 call centre workers to pay for yourselves when your older! maturestudent
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5:57pm Sun 3 Jun 12

Students Shut Up says...

Maturestudent: You obviously never made the cut when you were young and were left in to wahtever party university you were at as a favour.
You admit you are an interloper, bring light to the gentiles of this city. You are not wanted. Geddit?

You are the future earners, not the currernt earners. You are, in other words, a Council bum, a scrounger (and a weak hand at grammar).
Maturestudent: You obviously never made the cut when you were young and were left in to wahtever party university you were at as a favour. You admit you are an interloper, bring light to the gentiles of this city. You are not wanted. Geddit? You are the future earners, not the currernt earners. You are, in other words, a Council bum, a scrounger (and a weak hand at grammar). Students Shut Up
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6:26pm Sun 3 Jun 12

SotonGreen says...

Students Shut Up.

Go back under your bridge you troll. You are not wanted here.
Students Shut Up. Go back under your bridge you troll. You are not wanted here. SotonGreen
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9:25am Mon 4 Jun 12

Students Shut Up says...

SotonGreen: The police and the residents have shown that you and your type are not wanted. Do you condone the attacks on the police by the student revellers at the illegal and very noisy Commons’ “party”?
The scenes in the Common were disgraceful. The Council tax payers are sick and tired of the mess you spoilt, unwashed, noisy, loathsome creatures cause.
You have again brought shame on our city. While the rest of the country enjoyed themselves, you had to show that the football hooligan type lives and prospers when not confronted. All youi can do is make noise, make a mess and be a general menace.
Dozens of police and a chopper had to be scrambled to shut you up. We do not want you in bridges, on bridges or under bridges.
Student scum off our streets.
SotonGreen: The police and the residents have shown that you and your type are not wanted. Do you condone the attacks on the police by the student revellers at the illegal and very noisy Commons’ “party”? The scenes in the Common were disgraceful. The Council tax payers are sick and tired of the mess you spoilt, unwashed, noisy, loathsome creatures cause. You have again brought shame on our city. While the rest of the country enjoyed themselves, you had to show that the football hooligan type lives and prospers when not confronted. All youi can do is make noise, make a mess and be a general menace. Dozens of police and a chopper had to be scrambled to shut you up. We do not want you in bridges, on bridges or under bridges. Student scum off our streets. Students Shut Up
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6:06pm Mon 4 Jun 12

henry2* says...

Students Shut Up wrote:
SotonGreen: The police and the residents have shown that you and your type are not wanted. Do you condone the attacks on the police by the student revellers at the illegal and very noisy Commons’ “party”?
The scenes in the Common were disgraceful. The Council tax payers are sick and tired of the mess you spoilt, unwashed, noisy, loathsome creatures cause.
You have again brought shame on our city. While the rest of the country enjoyed themselves, you had to show that the football hooligan type lives and prospers when not confronted. All youi can do is make noise, make a mess and be a general menace.
Dozens of police and a chopper had to be scrambled to shut you up. We do not want you in bridges, on bridges or under bridges.
Student scum off our streets.
Have you ever considered it more likely that the city's own locals attacked the Police, and not the students. So many of Southampton's locals are rude and seemingly, always inebriated.

Students bring more to the City that you must think.

And so what, this party was on a street in the Polygon (a largely student area. Not as thought the council looks after the streets around there anyway
[quote][p][bold]Students Shut Up[/bold] wrote: SotonGreen: The police and the residents have shown that you and your type are not wanted. Do you condone the attacks on the police by the student revellers at the illegal and very noisy Commons’ “party”? The scenes in the Common were disgraceful. The Council tax payers are sick and tired of the mess you spoilt, unwashed, noisy, loathsome creatures cause. You have again brought shame on our city. While the rest of the country enjoyed themselves, you had to show that the football hooligan type lives and prospers when not confronted. All youi can do is make noise, make a mess and be a general menace. Dozens of police and a chopper had to be scrambled to shut you up. We do not want you in bridges, on bridges or under bridges. Student scum off our streets.[/p][/quote]Have you ever considered it more likely that the city's own locals attacked the Police, and not the students. So many of Southampton's locals are rude and seemingly, always inebriated. Students bring more to the City that you must think. And so what, this party was on a street in the Polygon (a largely student area. Not as thought the council looks after the streets around there anyway henry2*
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6:09pm Mon 4 Jun 12

henry2* says...

Students Shut Up wrote:
SotonGreen: The police and the residents have shown that you and your type are not wanted. Do you condone the attacks on the police by the student revellers at the illegal and very noisy Commons’ “party”?
The scenes in the Common were disgraceful. The Council tax payers are sick and tired of the mess you spoilt, unwashed, noisy, loathsome creatures cause.
You have again brought shame on our city. While the rest of the country enjoyed themselves, you had to show that the football hooligan type lives and prospers when not confronted. All youi can do is make noise, make a mess and be a general menace.
Dozens of police and a chopper had to be scrambled to shut you up. We do not want you in bridges, on bridges or under bridges.
Student scum off our streets.
Have you ever considered it more likely that the city's own locals attacked the Police, and not the students. So many of Southampton's locals are rude and seemingly, always inebriated.

Students bring more to the City that you must think.

And so what, this party was on a street in the Polygon (a largely student area. Not as though the council looks after the streets around there anyway
[quote][p][bold]Students Shut Up[/bold] wrote: SotonGreen: The police and the residents have shown that you and your type are not wanted. Do you condone the attacks on the police by the student revellers at the illegal and very noisy Commons’ “party”? The scenes in the Common were disgraceful. The Council tax payers are sick and tired of the mess you spoilt, unwashed, noisy, loathsome creatures cause. You have again brought shame on our city. While the rest of the country enjoyed themselves, you had to show that the football hooligan type lives and prospers when not confronted. All youi can do is make noise, make a mess and be a general menace. Dozens of police and a chopper had to be scrambled to shut you up. We do not want you in bridges, on bridges or under bridges. Student scum off our streets.[/p][/quote]Have you ever considered it more likely that the city's own locals attacked the Police, and not the students. So many of Southampton's locals are rude and seemingly, always inebriated. Students bring more to the City that you must think. And so what, this party was on a street in the Polygon (a largely student area. Not as though the council looks after the streets around there anyway henry2*
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4:49pm Tue 5 Jun 12

montecristosaint says...

Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
"The only raised veins and heartbeats seem to be coming from your very weak defence of the monarchy.
The anti monarchy posts on here seem, in my opinion to have a certain air of sadness about them. I for one do feel sorry for people like yourself who need almost to hero worship an old women who you don't know, will probably never meet and then admits to not minding giving up their "hard earned" (I hope thats wages and not benefits)to keep the institution going.
If you feel so insecure that you need to give away your hard earned, why not give to those in need, not someone who's family's stolen wealth is measured in billions
To put in simple terms, get a life."


I'm afraid it's money earned, the hard way. Still, the fact that you needed to answer, says it all. Enjoy the weekend and the celebrations. I take it from your post that you are on Benefits, I understand why this week end comes hard to you. Chin up, both of them. Loving it.
I no longer live in the UK partly as I couldnt stand the depressed mood of its people. The monarchists are out in force trying to persuade one and all that having a queen is a good thing when the truth is they are only defending a status quo from which a few have made millions at the expense of every one else. The problem is people are not educated enough to understand the system of government they have its that clever. It however makes me sad.
[quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: "The only raised veins and heartbeats seem to be coming from your very weak defence of the monarchy. The anti monarchy posts on here seem, in my opinion to have a certain air of sadness about them. I for one do feel sorry for people like yourself who need almost to hero worship an old women who you don't know, will probably never meet and then admits to not minding giving up their "hard earned" (I hope thats wages and not benefits)to keep the institution going. If you feel so insecure that you need to give away your hard earned, why not give to those in need, not someone who's family's stolen wealth is measured in billions To put in simple terms, get a life." I'm afraid it's money earned, the hard way. Still, the fact that you needed to answer, says it all. Enjoy the weekend and the celebrations. I take it from your post that you are on Benefits, I understand why this week end comes hard to you. Chin up, both of them. Loving it.[/p][/quote]I no longer live in the UK partly as I couldnt stand the depressed mood of its people. The monarchists are out in force trying to persuade one and all that having a queen is a good thing when the truth is they are only defending a status quo from which a few have made millions at the expense of every one else. The problem is people are not educated enough to understand the system of government they have its that clever. It however makes me sad. montecristosaint
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8:47am Wed 6 Jun 12

Pixiienot says...

rich the stitch wrote:
Pixiienot wrote:
rich the stitch wrote:
elvisimo wrote:
Pixiienot wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.
And also quite stupid
If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.
Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;)
I doubt that very much. If you have such a good job then why are you so bored. Possibly your job is part time. Sorry, did I want fries with that. No thank you.
Haha have a day off pal.. People like you annoy the hell out of me take the stick out your @ss cheers then ;)
[quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pixiienot[/bold] wrote: Why dont the government arrange something for us to do then instead of just blocking our attempts to have fun! This stuff happens because we are BORED.[/p][/quote]And also quite stupid[/p][/quote]If you're bored, how about getting a life instead of sitting on your ar$e all day watching daytime tv? Bloody students.[/p][/quote]Mate I work full time and probably have a better job then you and im 20.. so how about you jog with your stereotypical attitude. Guess we wont see you at the party ;)[/p][/quote]I doubt that very much. If you have such a good job then why are you so bored. Possibly your job is part time. Sorry, did I want fries with that. No thank you.[/p][/quote]Haha have a day off pal.. People like you annoy the hell out of me take the stick out your @ss cheers then ;) Pixiienot
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