Cyclist in life threatening condition after being taken ill in Totton

Totton's Salisbury Road closed off following the incident involving a cyclist

Totton's Salisbury Road closed off following the incident involving a cyclist

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A CYCLIST is today fighting for his life after an incident on a major Hampshire road.

A man in his 40s is in a life-threatening condition in hospital after he was taken ill while riding on his bike in Salisbury Road, near Hamtun Gardens in Totton.

The incident happened after 11am this morning and police closed the road in both directions.

He was taken to Southampton General Hospital by ambulance.

The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance was sent to the scene and landed at Testwood Recreation Ground.

Hampshire police road collision investigation team is currently at the scene but they say it is believed the cyclist came off his bike after being taken ill.

Sgt Rob Heard of Hampshire Police said: “It appears at this time that there has been a cyclist cycling towards Totton who has fallen off his pedal cycle.

“It appears that it may be due to a medical episode. At this time there is no evidence that there has been a collision with a vehicle.

"We are making inquiries to contact his next of kin but at this time he is alive and has been taken to Southampton General Hospital where he is being treated.

"If anyone has seen a cyclist who was cycling into Totton on a black bicycle at 11am please contact Totton Roads Policing Unit."

Police lifted the cordon around the scene by about 12.30pm and appealed for witnesses.

They want anyone who saw to cyclist riding his black bike in the area at about 11am to contact Totton Roads Policing Unit on 101 quoting Operation Acrux.

The ROMANSE road traffic management team for Hampshire have described the incident as 'serious' and have warned drivers to expect delays.

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1:16pm Mon 24 Mar 14

rose102 says...

Please sort all of those typing mistakes out
Please sort all of those typing mistakes out rose102
  • Score: -24

1:50pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Dasal says...

See what you mean rose102, but.............
If a salesman / drug dealer could well be "peddle" cycle. Who knows !
Joking apart, hope he's ok.
See what you mean rose102, but............. If a salesman / drug dealer could well be "peddle" cycle. Who knows ! Joking apart, hope he's ok. Dasal
  • Score: -15

1:51pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Dasal says...

Dasal wrote:
See what you mean rose102, but.............
If a salesman / drug dealer could well be "peddle" cycle. Who knows !
Joking apart, hope he's ok.
Oops, too late.They've just corrected it !!!
[quote][p][bold]Dasal[/bold] wrote: See what you mean rose102, but............. If a salesman / drug dealer could well be "peddle" cycle. Who knows ! Joking apart, hope he's ok.[/p][/quote]Oops, too late.They've just corrected it !!! Dasal
  • Score: -6

1:54pm Mon 24 Mar 14

S Pance says...

Speed y recovery to the guy in question.
Speed y recovery to the guy in question. S Pance
  • Score: 21

2:00pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

Hope the guy recovers.
Hope the guy recovers. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 17

3:11pm Mon 24 Mar 14

chimneysweep 1234 says...

This time he's alive daily echo those words are discusting ref raze this please for the family's sake
This time he's alive daily echo those words are discusting ref raze this please for the family's sake chimneysweep 1234
  • Score: -18

3:47pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Mary80 says...

The person is hurt lets hope the usual car vs cyclist war doesnt break out. Show some decoram
The person is hurt lets hope the usual car vs cyclist war doesnt break out. Show some decoram Mary80
  • Score: -4

4:16pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Rockstone says...

rose102 wrote:
Please sort all of those typing mistakes out
Where's your full stop?
[quote][p][bold]rose102[/bold] wrote: Please sort all of those typing mistakes out[/p][/quote]Where's your full stop? Rockstone
  • Score: -1

4:32pm Mon 24 Mar 14

sapenny says...

A man is fighting for his life, and everybody seems more concerned with the grammar, lets not forget what this article is about. Lets hope this man makes a full recovery. Best wishes to him and thoughts are with his family.
A man is fighting for his life, and everybody seems more concerned with the grammar, lets not forget what this article is about. Lets hope this man makes a full recovery. Best wishes to him and thoughts are with his family. sapenny
  • Score: 24

4:43pm Mon 24 Mar 14

downfader says...

Get well soon fella!
Get well soon fella! downfader
  • Score: 12

6:59pm Mon 24 Mar 14

03alpe01 says...

Hope he manages to pull through!
Hope he manages to pull through! 03alpe01
  • Score: 6

8:05pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Stubs says...

Why is cycle upside down. Or was the camera the wrong way up when the picture was taken.
Why is cycle upside down. Or was the camera the wrong way up when the picture was taken. Stubs
  • Score: -14

10:18pm Mon 24 Mar 14

statingtheobvious1 says...

Mary80 wrote:
The person is hurt lets hope the usual car vs cyclist war doesnt break out. Show some decoram
No where does it say that a car hit a cyclist. Don't put thoughts into people's heads.
[quote][p][bold]Mary80[/bold] wrote: The person is hurt lets hope the usual car vs cyclist war doesnt break out. Show some decoram[/p][/quote]No where does it say that a car hit a cyclist. Don't put thoughts into people's heads. statingtheobvious1
  • Score: 11

12:00am Tue 25 Mar 14

charrlee says...

When a motorist has a crash, you don't get drivers who don't know him coming on here offering their condolences.

The appearance of Downfader and Gingercyclist here, in my view, has nothing to do with genuine sympathy (as they clearly do not know the man), but a lot to do with "cyclist solidarity".

How cheap that they should turn one man's misfortune into a "political" opportunity.

And that is all I intend to say on the matter.
When a motorist has a crash, you don't get drivers who don't know him coming on here offering their condolences. The appearance of Downfader and Gingercyclist here, in my view, has nothing to do with genuine sympathy (as they clearly do not know the man), but a lot to do with "cyclist solidarity". How cheap that they should turn one man's misfortune into a "political" opportunity. And that is all I intend to say on the matter. charrlee
  • Score: -8

1:07am Tue 25 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up. charrlee
  • Score: -8

1:11am Tue 25 Mar 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
I've often seen headlines reading "Delays as passenger taken ill", is that also a "set-up"?
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]I've often seen headlines reading "Delays as passenger taken ill", is that also a "set-up"? Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 3

1:13am Tue 25 Mar 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

charrlee wrote:
When a motorist has a crash, you don't get drivers who don't know him coming on here offering their condolences.

The appearance of Downfader and Gingercyclist here, in my view, has nothing to do with genuine sympathy (as they clearly do not know the man), but a lot to do with "cyclist solidarity".

How cheap that they should turn one man's misfortune into a "political" opportunity.

And that is all I intend to say on the matter.
Other than your own pitiful attempt, point us to any other commenter on this story that tries to use the guys misfortune for their own agenda.
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: When a motorist has a crash, you don't get drivers who don't know him coming on here offering their condolences. The appearance of Downfader and Gingercyclist here, in my view, has nothing to do with genuine sympathy (as they clearly do not know the man), but a lot to do with "cyclist solidarity". How cheap that they should turn one man's misfortune into a "political" opportunity. And that is all I intend to say on the matter.[/p][/quote]Other than your own pitiful attempt, point us to any other commenter on this story that tries to use the guys misfortune for their own agenda. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 9

8:58am Tue 25 Mar 14

Forest Resident says...

charrlee wrote:
When a motorist has a crash, you don't get drivers who don't know him coming on here offering their condolences.

The appearance of Downfader and Gingercyclist here, in my view, has nothing to do with genuine sympathy (as they clearly do not know the man), but a lot to do with "cyclist solidarity".

How cheap that they should turn one man's misfortune into a "political" opportunity.

And that is all I intend to say on the matter.
Troll
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: When a motorist has a crash, you don't get drivers who don't know him coming on here offering their condolences. The appearance of Downfader and Gingercyclist here, in my view, has nothing to do with genuine sympathy (as they clearly do not know the man), but a lot to do with "cyclist solidarity". How cheap that they should turn one man's misfortune into a "political" opportunity. And that is all I intend to say on the matter.[/p][/quote]Troll Forest Resident
  • Score: 8

10:12am Tue 25 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Mary80 wrote:
The person is hurt lets hope the usual car vs cyclist war doesnt break out. Show some decoram
Mary. Check out D J Cook on Twitter. There you will find him fostering antagonism between cyclists and drivers. There you will find him congratulating Gingercyclist for the long-drawn-out campaigns he conducts on this forum. And Forest Resident seems to be involved (under the name of New Forest Cyclist, I think).

They gang up and get people who oppose their antics banned from this forum.

Don't take my word for it. Watch and see for yourself.
[quote][p][bold]Mary80[/bold] wrote: The person is hurt lets hope the usual car vs cyclist war doesnt break out. Show some decoram[/p][/quote]Mary. Check out D J Cook on Twitter. There you will find him fostering antagonism between cyclists and drivers. There you will find him congratulating Gingercyclist for the long-drawn-out campaigns he conducts on this forum. And Forest Resident seems to be involved (under the name of New Forest Cyclist, I think). They gang up and get people who oppose their antics banned from this forum. Don't take my word for it. Watch and see for yourself. charrlee
  • Score: -13

11:44am Tue 25 Mar 14

Franks Tank says...

charrlee wrote:
Mary80 wrote:
The person is hurt lets hope the usual car vs cyclist war doesnt break out. Show some decoram
Mary. Check out D J Cook on Twitter. There you will find him fostering antagonism between cyclists and drivers. There you will find him congratulating Gingercyclist for the long-drawn-out campaigns he conducts on this forum. And Forest Resident seems to be involved (under the name of New Forest Cyclist, I think).

They gang up and get people who oppose their antics banned from this forum.

Don't take my word for it. Watch and see for yourself.
Boo-hoo....!
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mary80[/bold] wrote: The person is hurt lets hope the usual car vs cyclist war doesnt break out. Show some decoram[/p][/quote]Mary. Check out D J Cook on Twitter. There you will find him fostering antagonism between cyclists and drivers. There you will find him congratulating Gingercyclist for the long-drawn-out campaigns he conducts on this forum. And Forest Resident seems to be involved (under the name of New Forest Cyclist, I think). They gang up and get people who oppose their antics banned from this forum. Don't take my word for it. Watch and see for yourself.[/p][/quote]Boo-hoo....! Franks Tank
  • Score: 7

12:08pm Tue 25 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Franks Tank wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Mary80 wrote:
The person is hurt lets hope the usual car vs cyclist war doesnt break out. Show some decoram
Mary. Check out D J Cook on Twitter. There you will find him fostering antagonism between cyclists and drivers. There you will find him congratulating Gingercyclist for the long-drawn-out campaigns he conducts on this forum. And Forest Resident seems to be involved (under the name of New Forest Cyclist, I think).

They gang up and get people who oppose their antics banned from this forum.

Don't take my word for it. Watch and see for yourself.
Boo-hoo....!
It's OK for the likes of you and me (I don't care whose "side" you are on, if any) who aren't personally bothered by the nonsense that goes on here. But the majority of site users are ordinary, decent folk who have no idea what's going on. Ironically, they tend to get upset with the very people who are trying to oppose the troublemakers, a problem that could be eradicated in an instant by premoderation
[quote][p][bold]Franks Tank[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mary80[/bold] wrote: The person is hurt lets hope the usual car vs cyclist war doesnt break out. Show some decoram[/p][/quote]Mary. Check out D J Cook on Twitter. There you will find him fostering antagonism between cyclists and drivers. There you will find him congratulating Gingercyclist for the long-drawn-out campaigns he conducts on this forum. And Forest Resident seems to be involved (under the name of New Forest Cyclist, I think). They gang up and get people who oppose their antics banned from this forum. Don't take my word for it. Watch and see for yourself.[/p][/quote]Boo-hoo....![/p][/quote]It's OK for the likes of you and me (I don't care whose "side" you are on, if any) who aren't personally bothered by the nonsense that goes on here. But the majority of site users are ordinary, decent folk who have no idea what's going on. Ironically, they tend to get upset with the very people who are trying to oppose the troublemakers, a problem that could be eradicated in an instant by premoderation charrlee
  • Score: -5

1:07pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Drhysted says...

charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you! Drhysted
  • Score: 8

2:18pm Tue 25 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
[quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately". charrlee
  • Score: -10

3:38pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Forest Resident says...

charrlee wrote:
When a motorist has a crash, you don't get drivers who don't know him coming on here offering their condolences.

The appearance of Downfader and Gingercyclist here, in my view, has nothing to do with genuine sympathy (as they clearly do not know the man), but a lot to do with "cyclist solidarity".

How cheap that they should turn one man's misfortune into a "political" opportunity.

And that is all I intend to say on the matter.
Completely inappropriate.
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: When a motorist has a crash, you don't get drivers who don't know him coming on here offering their condolences. The appearance of Downfader and Gingercyclist here, in my view, has nothing to do with genuine sympathy (as they clearly do not know the man), but a lot to do with "cyclist solidarity". How cheap that they should turn one man's misfortune into a "political" opportunity. And that is all I intend to say on the matter.[/p][/quote]Completely inappropriate. Forest Resident
  • Score: 10

5:33pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Drhysted says...

charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally. Drhysted
  • Score: 11

7:46pm Tue 25 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
[quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now. charrlee
  • Score: -8

7:52pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
Lies and hypocricies.
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]Lies and hypocricies. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 5

8:34pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Forest Resident says...

charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant.
2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone.
3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source,
4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what."

Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant. 2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone. 3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source, 4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what." Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;) Forest Resident
  • Score: 7

8:47pm Tue 25 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Ginger_cyclist wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
Lies and hypocricies.
You haven't been to the three road accident articles and offered your sympathy and best wishes to the drivers. have you, Gcyclist? No. Your appearance at the Hinkler Road accident was simply to say in a short sentence how you think the van landed on its roof. Didn't say you hoped the driver was OK, did you?

But you and Downfader both appear on an article where a member of the public has been taken ill, who just HAPPENS to be a cyclist. If it had been a pedestrian, a motorist or a horse rider, you would not have posted. You are totally mad if you think regular users don't notice these things.

As always, you are the liar, the hypocrite, the one who is forever wrong.
[quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]Lies and hypocricies.[/p][/quote]You haven't been to the three road accident articles and offered your sympathy and best wishes to the drivers. have you, Gcyclist? No. Your appearance at the Hinkler Road accident was simply to say in a short sentence how you think the van landed on its roof. Didn't say you hoped the driver was OK, did you? But you and Downfader both appear on an article where a member of the public has been taken ill, who just HAPPENS to be a cyclist. If it had been a pedestrian, a motorist or a horse rider, you would not have posted. You are totally mad if you think regular users don't notice these things. As always, you are the liar, the hypocrite, the one who is forever wrong. charrlee
  • Score: -8

9:13pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

charrlee wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
Lies and hypocricies.
You haven't been to the three road accident articles and offered your sympathy and best wishes to the drivers. have you, Gcyclist? No. Your appearance at the Hinkler Road accident was simply to say in a short sentence how you think the van landed on its roof. Didn't say you hoped the driver was OK, did you?

But you and Downfader both appear on an article where a member of the public has been taken ill, who just HAPPENS to be a cyclist. If it had been a pedestrian, a motorist or a horse rider, you would not have posted. You are totally mad if you think regular users don't notice these things.

As always, you are the liar, the hypocrite, the one who is forever wrong.
I already knew the driver was ok as I'd seen him walking about in person, I was on the last bus allowed through before they closed the road and no, YOU are the one that is and always will be wrong.
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]Lies and hypocricies.[/p][/quote]You haven't been to the three road accident articles and offered your sympathy and best wishes to the drivers. have you, Gcyclist? No. Your appearance at the Hinkler Road accident was simply to say in a short sentence how you think the van landed on its roof. Didn't say you hoped the driver was OK, did you? But you and Downfader both appear on an article where a member of the public has been taken ill, who just HAPPENS to be a cyclist. If it had been a pedestrian, a motorist or a horse rider, you would not have posted. You are totally mad if you think regular users don't notice these things. As always, you are the liar, the hypocrite, the one who is forever wrong.[/p][/quote]I already knew the driver was ok as I'd seen him walking about in person, I was on the last bus allowed through before they closed the road and no, YOU are the one that is and always will be wrong. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 6

9:24pm Tue 25 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Forest Resident wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant.
2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone.
3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source,
4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what."

Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)
You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t.

Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same.

Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself.

You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking.

The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ?

Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.
[quote][p][bold]Forest Resident[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant. 2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone. 3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source, 4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what." Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)[/p][/quote]You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t. Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same. Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself. You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking. The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ? Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom. charrlee
  • Score: -9

9:34pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

charrlee wrote:
Forest Resident wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant.
2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone.
3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source,
4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what."

Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)
You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t.

Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same.

Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself.

You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking.

The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ?

Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.
You're not the only person who has ever agreed with me, I don't vote for myself and I'm not filming motorists either, besides, even if I was, I wouldn't be breaking any laws, you silly, pompous, self opiniated, little troll.
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Forest Resident[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant. 2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone. 3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source, 4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what." Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)[/p][/quote]You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t. Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same. Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself. You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking. The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ? Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.[/p][/quote]You're not the only person who has ever agreed with me, I don't vote for myself and I'm not filming motorists either, besides, even if I was, I wouldn't be breaking any laws, you silly, pompous, self opiniated, little troll. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 6

10:18pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Drhysted says...

charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
You just can't stop trying to score points at some one elses distress can you.

People come on here expressing sympathy, and you belittle them, without KNOWING why they have done it.

You sit there and say everyone hates some people, when YOU are NOT EVERYONE.

This story is about some one being taken ill on the road, the phrase "fighting for his life" is used, and yet here you are still banging on about how over people are using the forums. When the evidence in this thread is that the ONLY person trying to score points is you.

And god **** you for it, I am now arguing with you when some one is fighting for their life, which disgusts me, for what you have dragged me into.
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]You just can't stop trying to score points at some one elses distress can you. People come on here expressing sympathy, and you belittle them, without KNOWING why they have done it. You sit there and say everyone hates some people, when YOU are NOT EVERYONE. This story is about some one being taken ill on the road, the phrase "fighting for his life" is used, and yet here you are still banging on about how over people are using the forums. When the evidence in this thread is that the ONLY person trying to score points is you. And god **** you for it, I am now arguing with you when some one is fighting for their life, which disgusts me, for what you have dragged me into. Drhysted
  • Score: 8

10:29pm Tue 25 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Ginger_cyclist wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Forest Resident wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant.
2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone.
3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source,
4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what."

Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)
You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t.

Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same.

Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself.

You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking.

The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ?

Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.
You're not the only person who has ever agreed with me, I don't vote for myself and I'm not filming motorists either, besides, even if I was, I wouldn't be breaking any laws, you silly, pompous, self opiniated, little troll.
Yeh yeh yeh. Look, I've been reading your posts for years. I KNOW that virtually no one replies to you except to condemn what you have to say. You are as unpopular now as Billy The KId ! But Billy was greater than you because he could talk in depth on a wide range of subjects. All you know is bikes, bikes, bikes.

Who on here says : "Well done, Ginger ! Well said ! Totally agree, You are absolutely right." No one. Ever. Who compliments the self-appointed vigilante traffic cop called Soton Droid? Who says you are doing the right thing? No one. They all think you are a c**t.

For the last time, swearing out loud in the street is a public order offence, and you have captured yourself on film doing that on many occasions.

You and other forum users know I am not silly, might be pompous sometimes, often very opinionated but in a positive way, I'm certainly not little, and I have never needed to be a troll.

Oh yeh......Justanother
view and Estelle agreed with you, didn't they? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ! Gingercyclist, the pensioners' friend ! Ha !
[quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Forest Resident[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant. 2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone. 3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source, 4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what." Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)[/p][/quote]You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t. Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same. Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself. You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking. The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ? Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.[/p][/quote]You're not the only person who has ever agreed with me, I don't vote for myself and I'm not filming motorists either, besides, even if I was, I wouldn't be breaking any laws, you silly, pompous, self opiniated, little troll.[/p][/quote]Yeh yeh yeh. Look, I've been reading your posts for years. I KNOW that virtually no one replies to you except to condemn what you have to say. You are as unpopular now as Billy The KId ! But Billy was greater than you because he could talk in depth on a wide range of subjects. All you know is bikes, bikes, bikes. Who on here says : "Well done, Ginger ! Well said ! Totally agree, You are absolutely right." No one. Ever. Who compliments the self-appointed vigilante traffic cop called Soton Droid? Who says you are doing the right thing? No one. They all think you are a c**t. For the last time, swearing out loud in the street is a public order offence, and you have captured yourself on film doing that on many occasions. You and other forum users know I am not silly, might be pompous sometimes, often very opinionated but in a positive way, I'm certainly not little, and I have never needed to be a troll. Oh yeh......Justanother view and Estelle agreed with you, didn't they? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ! Gingercyclist, the pensioners' friend ! Ha ! charrlee
  • Score: -7

10:44pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

charrlee wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Forest Resident wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant.
2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone.
3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source,
4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what."

Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)
You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t.

Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same.

Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself.

You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking.

The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ?

Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.
You're not the only person who has ever agreed with me, I don't vote for myself and I'm not filming motorists either, besides, even if I was, I wouldn't be breaking any laws, you silly, pompous, self opiniated, little troll.
Yeh yeh yeh. Look, I've been reading your posts for years. I KNOW that virtually no one replies to you except to condemn what you have to say. You are as unpopular now as Billy The KId ! But Billy was greater than you because he could talk in depth on a wide range of subjects. All you know is bikes, bikes, bikes.

Who on here says : "Well done, Ginger ! Well said ! Totally agree, You are absolutely right." No one. Ever. Who compliments the self-appointed vigilante traffic cop called Soton Droid? Who says you are doing the right thing? No one. They all think you are a c**t.

For the last time, swearing out loud in the street is a public order offence, and you have captured yourself on film doing that on many occasions.

You and other forum users know I am not silly, might be pompous sometimes, often very opinionated but in a positive way, I'm certainly not little, and I have never needed to be a troll.

Oh yeh......Justanother

view and Estelle agreed with you, didn't they? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ! Gingercyclist, the pensioners' friend ! Ha !
And thus you have just proven yourself to be a bigoted, lying, troll that stalks myself and others through the cycling related stuff because I do NOT just comment on the cycling stuff, if you were actually THAT bothered, you will see I also speak out against the PHS poisoning our water supplies and many other things, so please, do yourself a favour, go away and get off the internet, clearly it's a big scary place for you because you see things that you don't like there.
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Forest Resident[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant. 2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone. 3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source, 4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what." Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)[/p][/quote]You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t. Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same. Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself. You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking. The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ? Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.[/p][/quote]You're not the only person who has ever agreed with me, I don't vote for myself and I'm not filming motorists either, besides, even if I was, I wouldn't be breaking any laws, you silly, pompous, self opiniated, little troll.[/p][/quote]Yeh yeh yeh. Look, I've been reading your posts for years. I KNOW that virtually no one replies to you except to condemn what you have to say. You are as unpopular now as Billy The KId ! But Billy was greater than you because he could talk in depth on a wide range of subjects. All you know is bikes, bikes, bikes. Who on here says : "Well done, Ginger ! Well said ! Totally agree, You are absolutely right." No one. Ever. Who compliments the self-appointed vigilante traffic cop called Soton Droid? Who says you are doing the right thing? No one. They all think you are a c**t. For the last time, swearing out loud in the street is a public order offence, and you have captured yourself on film doing that on many occasions. You and other forum users know I am not silly, might be pompous sometimes, often very opinionated but in a positive way, I'm certainly not little, and I have never needed to be a troll. Oh yeh......Justanother view and Estelle agreed with you, didn't they? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ! Gingercyclist, the pensioners' friend ! Ha ![/p][/quote]And thus you have just proven yourself to be a bigoted, lying, troll that stalks myself and others through the cycling related stuff because I do NOT just comment on the cycling stuff, if you were actually THAT bothered, you will see I also speak out against the PHS poisoning our water supplies and many other things, so please, do yourself a favour, go away and get off the internet, clearly it's a big scary place for you because you see things that you don't like there. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 6

11:32pm Tue 25 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Ginger_cyclist wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Forest Resident wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant.
2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone.
3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source,
4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what."

Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)
You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t.

Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same.

Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself.

You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking.

The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ?

Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.
You're not the only person who has ever agreed with me, I don't vote for myself and I'm not filming motorists either, besides, even if I was, I wouldn't be breaking any laws, you silly, pompous, self opiniated, little troll.
Yeh yeh yeh. Look, I've been reading your posts for years. I KNOW that virtually no one replies to you except to condemn what you have to say. You are as unpopular now as Billy The KId ! But Billy was greater than you because he could talk in depth on a wide range of subjects. All you know is bikes, bikes, bikes.

Who on here says : "Well done, Ginger ! Well said ! Totally agree, You are absolutely right." No one. Ever. Who compliments the self-appointed vigilante traffic cop called Soton Droid? Who says you are doing the right thing? No one. They all think you are a c**t.

For the last time, swearing out loud in the street is a public order offence, and you have captured yourself on film doing that on many occasions.

You and other forum users know I am not silly, might be pompous sometimes, often very opinionated but in a positive way, I'm certainly not little, and I have never needed to be a troll.

Oh yeh......Justanother


view and Estelle agreed with you, didn't they? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ! Gingercyclist, the pensioners' friend ! Ha !
And thus you have just proven yourself to be a bigoted, lying, troll that stalks myself and others through the cycling related stuff because I do NOT just comment on the cycling stuff, if you were actually THAT bothered, you will see I also speak out against the PHS poisoning our water supplies and many other things, so please, do yourself a favour, go away and get off the internet, clearly it's a big scary place for you because you see things that you don't like there.
You, a stupid kid, can't intimidate me with all that bullsh*t ! I'm just laughing at your naivity.

I don't stalk you cyclists. I'm just intrigued that people with such limited conversation can say so much about gears, and the size of screw threads, and whatever. We used to call people like that "trainspotters" or "anoraks". It was NOT complimentary.

Well, you get on with it.
[quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Forest Resident[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant. 2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone. 3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source, 4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what." Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)[/p][/quote]You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t. Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same. Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself. You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking. The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ? Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.[/p][/quote]You're not the only person who has ever agreed with me, I don't vote for myself and I'm not filming motorists either, besides, even if I was, I wouldn't be breaking any laws, you silly, pompous, self opiniated, little troll.[/p][/quote]Yeh yeh yeh. Look, I've been reading your posts for years. I KNOW that virtually no one replies to you except to condemn what you have to say. You are as unpopular now as Billy The KId ! But Billy was greater than you because he could talk in depth on a wide range of subjects. All you know is bikes, bikes, bikes. Who on here says : "Well done, Ginger ! Well said ! Totally agree, You are absolutely right." No one. Ever. Who compliments the self-appointed vigilante traffic cop called Soton Droid? Who says you are doing the right thing? No one. They all think you are a c**t. For the last time, swearing out loud in the street is a public order offence, and you have captured yourself on film doing that on many occasions. You and other forum users know I am not silly, might be pompous sometimes, often very opinionated but in a positive way, I'm certainly not little, and I have never needed to be a troll. Oh yeh......Justanother view and Estelle agreed with you, didn't they? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ! Gingercyclist, the pensioners' friend ! Ha ![/p][/quote]And thus you have just proven yourself to be a bigoted, lying, troll that stalks myself and others through the cycling related stuff because I do NOT just comment on the cycling stuff, if you were actually THAT bothered, you will see I also speak out against the PHS poisoning our water supplies and many other things, so please, do yourself a favour, go away and get off the internet, clearly it's a big scary place for you because you see things that you don't like there.[/p][/quote]You, a stupid kid, can't intimidate me with all that bullsh*t ! I'm just laughing at your naivity. I don't stalk you cyclists. I'm just intrigued that people with such limited conversation can say so much about gears, and the size of screw threads, and whatever. We used to call people like that "trainspotters" or "anoraks". It was NOT complimentary. Well, you get on with it. charrlee
  • Score: -8

12:52am Wed 26 Mar 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

charrlee wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Forest Resident wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant.
2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone.
3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source,
4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what."

Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)
You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t.

Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same.

Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself.

You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking.

The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ?

Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.
You're not the only person who has ever agreed with me, I don't vote for myself and I'm not filming motorists either, besides, even if I was, I wouldn't be breaking any laws, you silly, pompous, self opiniated, little troll.
Yeh yeh yeh. Look, I've been reading your posts for years. I KNOW that virtually no one replies to you except to condemn what you have to say. You are as unpopular now as Billy The KId ! But Billy was greater than you because he could talk in depth on a wide range of subjects. All you know is bikes, bikes, bikes.

Who on here says : "Well done, Ginger ! Well said ! Totally agree, You are absolutely right." No one. Ever. Who compliments the self-appointed vigilante traffic cop called Soton Droid? Who says you are doing the right thing? No one. They all think you are a c**t.

For the last time, swearing out loud in the street is a public order offence, and you have captured yourself on film doing that on many occasions.

You and other forum users know I am not silly, might be pompous sometimes, often very opinionated but in a positive way, I'm certainly not little, and I have never needed to be a troll.

Oh yeh......Justanother



view and Estelle agreed with you, didn't they? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ! Gingercyclist, the pensioners' friend ! Ha !
And thus you have just proven yourself to be a bigoted, lying, troll that stalks myself and others through the cycling related stuff because I do NOT just comment on the cycling stuff, if you were actually THAT bothered, you will see I also speak out against the PHS poisoning our water supplies and many other things, so please, do yourself a favour, go away and get off the internet, clearly it's a big scary place for you because you see things that you don't like there.
You, a stupid kid, can't intimidate me with all that bullsh*t ! I'm just laughing at your naivity.

I don't stalk you cyclists. I'm just intrigued that people with such limited conversation can say so much about gears, and the size of screw threads, and whatever. We used to call people like that "trainspotters" or "anoraks". It was NOT complimentary.

Well, you get on with it.
Whatever helps you sleep at night, stalker troll, your comments only tell me one other thing...
I must be doing something right some where.
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Forest Resident[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant. 2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone. 3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source, 4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what." Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)[/p][/quote]You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t. Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same. Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself. You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking. The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ? Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.[/p][/quote]You're not the only person who has ever agreed with me, I don't vote for myself and I'm not filming motorists either, besides, even if I was, I wouldn't be breaking any laws, you silly, pompous, self opiniated, little troll.[/p][/quote]Yeh yeh yeh. Look, I've been reading your posts for years. I KNOW that virtually no one replies to you except to condemn what you have to say. You are as unpopular now as Billy The KId ! But Billy was greater than you because he could talk in depth on a wide range of subjects. All you know is bikes, bikes, bikes. Who on here says : "Well done, Ginger ! Well said ! Totally agree, You are absolutely right." No one. Ever. Who compliments the self-appointed vigilante traffic cop called Soton Droid? Who says you are doing the right thing? No one. They all think you are a c**t. For the last time, swearing out loud in the street is a public order offence, and you have captured yourself on film doing that on many occasions. You and other forum users know I am not silly, might be pompous sometimes, often very opinionated but in a positive way, I'm certainly not little, and I have never needed to be a troll. Oh yeh......Justanother view and Estelle agreed with you, didn't they? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ! Gingercyclist, the pensioners' friend ! Ha ![/p][/quote]And thus you have just proven yourself to be a bigoted, lying, troll that stalks myself and others through the cycling related stuff because I do NOT just comment on the cycling stuff, if you were actually THAT bothered, you will see I also speak out against the PHS poisoning our water supplies and many other things, so please, do yourself a favour, go away and get off the internet, clearly it's a big scary place for you because you see things that you don't like there.[/p][/quote]You, a stupid kid, can't intimidate me with all that bullsh*t ! I'm just laughing at your naivity. I don't stalk you cyclists. I'm just intrigued that people with such limited conversation can say so much about gears, and the size of screw threads, and whatever. We used to call people like that "trainspotters" or "anoraks". It was NOT complimentary. Well, you get on with it.[/p][/quote]Whatever helps you sleep at night, stalker troll, your comments only tell me one other thing... I must be doing something right some where. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 5

6:59am Wed 26 Mar 14

Forest Resident says...

charrlee wrote:
Forest Resident wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Drhysted wrote:
charrlee wrote:
Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? :

"Motorist wins local darts tournament."
"Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments,"
"Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock".
"Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest."

This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.
It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details.

Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you!
This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".
You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.
I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda.

This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.
1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant.
2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone.
3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source,
4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what."

Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)
You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t.

Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same.

Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself.

You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking.

The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ?

Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.
Listen to your own words, the way you talk about GC and now myself is truly verging on the obsessive. Your dogged determination to somehow silence others who have differing views on entirely unrelated topics is blinding you to the fact that the only person who began twisting comments on this story was you. I must concede that you are correct on one score at least, my thoughts and response to your entirely unnecessary and unjustified personal attacks on others is increasingly becoming "so f****** what?".
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Forest Resident[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Drhysted[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Just as I thought. This story appears on the dedicated Cycling News forum! It is NOT a cycling story. The person is not in the news in connection with anything to do with cycling. Would you ever see these headlines ? : "Motorist wins local darts tournament." "Stamp collectors experience two-hour wait for hospital appointments," "Railway modellers caught in rush-hour gridlock". "Gardener in Southampton art works sell-off protest." This, readers, is what is known as a set-up.[/p][/quote]It was originally reported as a road traffic incident, until they were able to get better details. Now please respect this person and their family, and stop trying to stir up trouble. The only one using this inappropriately has been you![/p][/quote]This is an open forum. It is for discussion relating to any aspect of the topic. I have not been disrespectful to anyone, and have not infringed the site guidelines, therefore have not used this thread "inappropriately".[/p][/quote]You tried scoring points from some ones distress. Yeah you've not broken any rules, but you've not acted morally.[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to score points. I was pointing out that Downfader's and Gingercyclist's motive for posting here is very dubious. They only ever post on articles where a cyclist has been in an accident with a motorised vehicle so that they can pour out their pro-cycling and anti-driver propaganda. This is not, and never was a road accident. So their motive for being here is doubtful, and hence inappropriate, bearing in mind the poor reputation they have with forum users ( Gingercyclist gained minus 88 votes last appearance). Their very names appearing on a thread offend people now.[/p][/quote]1. 'Motive' for posting comments on any given story is subjective and irrelevant. 2. Contributors are free to post comments (or not) on any story that they wish, there are no restrictions, any conclusions you make are yours alone. 3. It's already been explained how the 'voting' system can be manipulated and thus is irrelevant as an accurate data source, 4. Regarding hypothetical people being offended. Stephen Fry says it very eloquently. "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****** what." Play the ball and not the man Charrlee ;)[/p][/quote]You, like Gingercyclist often does, have simply responded with contradiction. You know exactly what I was talking about, obviously have no answer for it, and so you seek to insult me with a load of trumped-up bullsh*t. Forum users loathe Gingercyclist. They hate him. They hate this real world troll who goes out filming motorists, whom he claims have committed offences, and posts them on You Tube. Downfader does the same. Of the regular users, the only person who has ever agreed with Gcyclist is me ! How ironic ! I told him a long time ago, and so did Jayne, not to keeping antagonising people. We warned him it would go against him, and finally it has. You don't have to manipulate the votes - he only ever gets plus votes when you and Cook vote for him, or he votes for himself. You quote Stephen Fry? Well da mn me, perhaps we should look for pearls of wisdom in the words of Peter Kay, Kevin Bridges, and who? Benny Hill? Comedians make a living out of irony, controversy, and divergent thinking. The regular forum users don't like any of you cycle "Nazis"(to use Geoff's expression as you seem to like humour!). All right, so "offensive" is an over-used cliché, so how about other words : nasty, unpleasant, upsetting, etc. So are you telling me that your response to someone to whom you have caused dismay is a heartless, callous "so f****** what" ? Don't try to challenge me, Resident. You haven't the insight, the imagination, or the wisdom.[/p][/quote]Listen to your own words, the way you talk about GC and now myself is truly verging on the obsessive. Your dogged determination to somehow silence others who have differing views on entirely unrelated topics is blinding you to the fact that the only person who began twisting comments on this story was you. I must concede that you are correct on one score at least, my thoughts and response to your entirely unnecessary and unjustified personal attacks on others is increasingly becoming "so f****** what?". Forest Resident
  • Score: 5

12:54pm Wed 26 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Not obsessive, Resident, the word you should be using is "conscientious"!

It angers me that you, Downfader, and Gcyclist use Twitter to mock the Echo forum users, and to conspire to cause trouble on this forum with your eccentric views on road use. The other day, Gcyclist deliberately attacked and insulted users on one particular thread, and later, on Twitter, Downfader congratulated him on his "sterling effort" ! All of you then began accusing me of stalking you ! Outrageous! I have found you out for the charletans you are !

Don't you realise it is arrogant, self-promoting w****** like you that give lunatics like Keith Peat credibility? You and your anti-driver attitudes and antics will eventually be the cause of a major stand-off between drivers and cyclists, a situation you haven't a hope in Hell of winning. The economy and the majority of British people need and want motorised transport. Cycling is a healthy leisure pursuit, and can be a convenient way to cross town when the traffic is bad. But that is all.
Not obsessive, Resident, the word you should be using is "conscientious"! It angers me that you, Downfader, and Gcyclist use Twitter to mock the Echo forum users, and to conspire to cause trouble on this forum with your eccentric views on road use. The other day, Gcyclist deliberately attacked and insulted users on one particular thread, and later, on Twitter, Downfader congratulated him on his "sterling effort" ! All of you then began accusing me of stalking you ! Outrageous! I have found you out for the charletans you are ! Don't you realise it is arrogant, self-promoting w****** like you that give lunatics like Keith Peat credibility? You and your anti-driver attitudes and antics will eventually be the cause of a major stand-off between drivers and cyclists, a situation you haven't a hope in Hell of winning. The economy and the majority of British people need and want motorised transport. Cycling is a healthy leisure pursuit, and can be a convenient way to cross town when the traffic is bad. But that is all. charrlee
  • Score: -3

1:07pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

charrlee wrote:
Not obsessive, Resident, the word you should be using is "conscientious"
!

It angers me that you, Downfader, and Gcyclist use Twitter to mock the Echo forum users, and to conspire to cause trouble on this forum with your eccentric views on road use. The other day, Gcyclist deliberately attacked and insulted users on one particular thread, and later, on Twitter, Downfader congratulated him on his "sterling effort" ! All of you then began accusing me of stalking you ! Outrageous! I have found you out for the charletans you are !

Don't you realise it is arrogant, self-promoting w****** like you that give lunatics like Keith Peat credibility? You and your anti-driver attitudes and antics will eventually be the cause of a major stand-off between drivers and cyclists, a situation you haven't a hope in Hell of winning. The economy and the majority of British people need and want motorised transport. Cycling is a healthy leisure pursuit, and can be a convenient way to cross town when the traffic is bad. But that is all.
Eccentric views on road use? So the LAW is eccentric now? Give over, you've been exposed as a charlatan(you spelt that word wrong), stalking, troll and you don't like us knowing the truth and knowing better than you, also, I never attacked anyone, I defended myself, there's a difference and none of us have "anti-driver" attitudes, we have anti-moron attitudes, also, cycling is more than just "a healthy leisure pursuit", it's also a mode of transport for many people who realise that they DON'T need their cars.
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Not obsessive, Resident, the word you should be using is "conscientious" ! It angers me that you, Downfader, and Gcyclist use Twitter to mock the Echo forum users, and to conspire to cause trouble on this forum with your eccentric views on road use. The other day, Gcyclist deliberately attacked and insulted users on one particular thread, and later, on Twitter, Downfader congratulated him on his "sterling effort" ! All of you then began accusing me of stalking you ! Outrageous! I have found you out for the charletans you are ! Don't you realise it is arrogant, self-promoting w****** like you that give lunatics like Keith Peat credibility? You and your anti-driver attitudes and antics will eventually be the cause of a major stand-off between drivers and cyclists, a situation you haven't a hope in Hell of winning. The economy and the majority of British people need and want motorised transport. Cycling is a healthy leisure pursuit, and can be a convenient way to cross town when the traffic is bad. But that is all.[/p][/quote]Eccentric views on road use? So the LAW is eccentric now? Give over, you've been exposed as a charlatan(you spelt that word wrong), stalking, troll and you don't like us knowing the truth and knowing better than you, also, I never attacked anyone, I defended myself, there's a difference and none of us have "anti-driver" attitudes, we have anti-moron attitudes, also, cycling is more than just "a healthy leisure pursuit", it's also a mode of transport for many people who realise that they DON'T need their cars. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 3

1:26pm Wed 26 Mar 14

charrlee says...

Stop mouthing off, Andrews!

As usual, you're just throwing up any old bullsh*t you can think of in some vain attempt to win the argument, as that is more important to you than retaining your integrity. No doubt Downfader will give his little Gingertroll a pat on the head on Twitter later.

You don't work, do you? Are you a lazy benefits scrounger? Do you do anything useful in our society apart from making "snitch" movies? Are you hoping to become a fully-qualified super-grass one day? I just wonder what you are trying to hide................
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Stop mouthing off, Andrews! As usual, you're just throwing up any old bullsh*t you can think of in some vain attempt to win the argument, as that is more important to you than retaining your integrity. No doubt Downfader will give his little Gingertroll a pat on the head on Twitter later. You don't work, do you? Are you a lazy benefits scrounger? Do you do anything useful in our society apart from making "snitch" movies? Are you hoping to become a fully-qualified super-grass one day? I just wonder what you are trying to hide................ . charrlee
  • Score: -3

1:44pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

charrlee wrote:
Stop mouthing off, Andrews!

As usual, you're just throwing up any old bullsh*t you can think of in some vain attempt to win the argument, as that is more important to you than retaining your integrity. No doubt Downfader will give his little Gingertroll a pat on the head on Twitter later.

You don't work, do you? Are you a lazy benefits scrounger? Do you do anything useful in our society apart from making "snitch" movies? Are you hoping to become a fully-qualified super-grass one day? I just wonder what you are trying to hide................

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I'm not trying to hide anything and I'm not making "snitch" movies, if I was, I would send every last video to the police but I've onl done that with 2 or 3.
As for being on benefits, I am trying to look for work but until I get work, benefits are a necessary evil and even then it could end up that i'd still be on benefits if the work is less than a certain number of hours which is what happens to a lot of people who are on JSA.
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: Stop mouthing off, Andrews! As usual, you're just throwing up any old bullsh*t you can think of in some vain attempt to win the argument, as that is more important to you than retaining your integrity. No doubt Downfader will give his little Gingertroll a pat on the head on Twitter later. You don't work, do you? Are you a lazy benefits scrounger? Do you do anything useful in our society apart from making "snitch" movies? Are you hoping to become a fully-qualified super-grass one day? I just wonder what you are trying to hide................ .[/p][/quote]I'm not trying to hide anything and I'm not making "snitch" movies, if I was, I would send every last video to the police but I've onl done that with 2 or 3. As for being on benefits, I am trying to look for work but until I get work, benefits are a necessary evil and even then it could end up that i'd still be on benefits if the work is less than a certain number of hours which is what happens to a lot of people who are on JSA. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 4

10:36am Thu 3 Apr 14

camerajuan says...

charrlee wrote:
When a motorist has a crash, you don't get drivers who don't know him coming on here offering their condolences.

The appearance of Downfader and Gingercyclist here, in my view, has nothing to do with genuine sympathy (as they clearly do not know the man), but a lot to do with "cyclist solidarity".

How cheap that they should turn one man's misfortune into a "political" opportunity.

And that is all I intend to say on the matter.
Famous last words ya rambling hypocrite! You couldn't shut up if you were in solitary confinement!
[quote][p][bold]charrlee[/bold] wrote: When a motorist has a crash, you don't get drivers who don't know him coming on here offering their condolences. The appearance of Downfader and Gingercyclist here, in my view, has nothing to do with genuine sympathy (as they clearly do not know the man), but a lot to do with "cyclist solidarity". How cheap that they should turn one man's misfortune into a "political" opportunity. And that is all I intend to say on the matter.[/p][/quote]Famous last words ya rambling hypocrite! You couldn't shut up if you were in solitary confinement! camerajuan
  • Score: 1

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