Let me set record straight

Let me set record straight

Let me set record straight

First published in Readers' Letters

I APPEAR to have upset D R Smith (no relation thank goodness) by pointing out the fact that I am the local candidate for the Southampton Itchen constituency in the forthcoming general election (In My View, August 19).

Nowhere in my leaflet did I mention that my Labour opponent in the election was, until just a couple of months ago, a councillor from Peckham, south-east London. But somehow my leaflet has offended him.

He goes on to talk of her qualifications to represent Southampton’s residents and my apparent lack of them. Allow me to set the record straight.

I am the former leader of Southampton City Council; I was the Cabinet member for economic development when we signed most of the contracts to transform the city centre.

I was the vice-chairman of the Partnership for Urban South Hampshire (PUSH) and a director of the Solent Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) representing Southampton.

I am a former governor of Southampton Solent University and Mayfield Academy and the current chairman of the Hampshire Fire and Rescue Authority.

I have represented the Harefield ward on the city council for over 14 years and been only too pleased to represent constituents from across the constituency.

However, according to Mr Smith, visiting Parliament from time to time is far more important.

I am the genuinely local candidate. If that upsets him so be it.

But one thing needs to be answered by Mr Smith, the Labour candidate and all those that attack my local credentials.

When I was unsuccessful in 2010 I stayed in the city of my birth to fight again rather than take a more winnable seat.

How long will Ms Davis stay here if she is not successful in 2015?

I think her constituents in Peckham will be able to answer that.

ROYSTON SMITH, Conservative parliamentary candidate, Southampton Itchen.

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3:46pm Tue 26 Aug 14

Linesman says...

"I am the former leader of Southampton City Council; I was the Cabinet member for economic development when we signed most of the contracts to transform the city centre."

That admission of guilt shoud ensure that Royston Smith does not have to commute to Westminster next year.
"I am the former leader of Southampton City Council; I was the Cabinet member for economic development when we signed most of the contracts to transform the city centre." That admission of guilt shoud ensure that Royston Smith does not have to commute to Westminster next year. Linesman
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4:38pm Tue 26 Aug 14

WalkingOnAWire says...

Yes, Royston. The idea that you have enough clout and gravitas to be adopted by any other Conservative constituency party is laughable. You couldn't even stop George Osborne making a keynote speech on your own patch while standing in front of a massive banner promoting the port of Liverpool. Not much advantage to your 'local' credentials there, was there?
Yes, Royston. The idea that you have enough clout and gravitas to be adopted by any other Conservative constituency party is laughable. You couldn't even stop George Osborne making a keynote speech on your own patch while standing in front of a massive banner promoting the port of Liverpool. Not much advantage to your 'local' credentials there, was there? WalkingOnAWire
  • Score: 0

5:52pm Tue 26 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

Labour are panicking now.
Labour are panicking now. aldermoorboy
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7:56pm Tue 26 Aug 14

Linesman says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Labour are panicking now.
You are right there.

Panicking that we may die of laughter after reading that load of nonsense.

With his record of total incompetence whilst Leader of the City Council, he must hope that everyone is either as forgiving as you appear to be, or to have as bad a memory.

Not a lot of letters from Labour supporters in the paper, but maybe there would be if they were panicking.
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Labour are panicking now.[/p][/quote]You are right there. Panicking that we may die of laughter after reading that load of nonsense. With his record of total incompetence whilst Leader of the City Council, he must hope that everyone is either as forgiving as you appear to be, or to have as bad a memory. Not a lot of letters from Labour supporters in the paper, but maybe there would be if they were panicking. Linesman
  • Score: -3

6:00am Wed 27 Aug 14

loosehead says...

i sat back & waited & I wasn't surprised to see the usual Tory basher commenting on here.
I personally don't know Royston but no matter what certain people think of him he gives it & he sees it.
he said wage cuts or job/services cut we have to do one or the other & Labour said"No we don't" now who's been proven to be right?
i sat back & waited & I wasn't surprised to see the usual Tory basher commenting on here. I personally don't know Royston but no matter what certain people think of him he gives it & he sees it. he said wage cuts or job/services cut we have to do one or the other & Labour said"No we don't" now who's been proven to be right? loosehead
  • Score: -2

8:04am Wed 27 Aug 14

Lone Ranger. says...

Looks like the Cllr is getting a little twitcy .....
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Watch for more desperation tactics coming out ....... Still he has far more failures to be reminded of than any mild form of success he cares to remember
Looks like the Cllr is getting a little twitcy ..... . Watch for more desperation tactics coming out ....... Still he has far more failures to be reminded of than any mild form of success he cares to remember Lone Ranger.
  • Score: 2

8:58am Wed 27 Aug 14

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
i sat back & waited & I wasn't surprised to see the usual Tory basher commenting on here.
I personally don't know Royston but no matter what certain people think of him he gives it & he sees it.
he said wage cuts or job/services cut we have to do one or the other & Labour said"No we don't" now who's been proven to be right?
What did he give?

Rotting, uncollected rubbish in the streets and an increase in the rat population.

A testament to his time as Leader of Southampton City Council.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: i sat back & waited & I wasn't surprised to see the usual Tory basher commenting on here. I personally don't know Royston but no matter what certain people think of him he gives it & he sees it. he said wage cuts or job/services cut we have to do one or the other & Labour said"No we don't" now who's been proven to be right?[/p][/quote]What did he give? Rotting, uncollected rubbish in the streets and an increase in the rat population. A testament to his time as Leader of Southampton City Council. Linesman
  • Score: 0

9:28am Wed 27 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

Labour/unions gave us Rotting, uncollected rubbish in the streets and an increase in the rat population.

Labour only care for themselves, you know it is true Linesman but you cannot face it, I understand that.

Get down to the Sea Museum you know you want to, no shame in that.
Labour/unions gave us Rotting, uncollected rubbish in the streets and an increase in the rat population. Labour only care for themselves, you know it is true Linesman but you cannot face it, I understand that. Get down to the Sea Museum you know you want to, no shame in that. aldermoorboy
  • Score: 0

11:27am Wed 27 Aug 14

Linesman says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Labour/unions gave us Rotting, uncollected rubbish in the streets and an increase in the rat population.

Labour only care for themselves, you know it is true Linesman but you cannot face it, I understand that.

Get down to the Sea Museum you know you want to, no shame in that.
The Unions balloted their membership with regard the action that they wished to take IN REACTION TO THE ACTIONS TAKEN BY THE ROYSTON SMITH REGIME.

The membership of the Union comprises people from across the political spectrum, so aldermoorboy is not just blaming people who vote Labour, but also many who vote Tory, LibDem, Green and even those who do not vote.

If Royston Smith had entered into meaningful negotiations, instead of acting like a tin-pot dictator, there would probably have been no strike, because the MAJORITY of members of the Union would have voted against having one.

aldermoorboy states "Labour on care for themselves."

Many of the advaces in welfare, health and safety at work, pensions, minimum wage, NHS - all things that aldermoorboy takes for granted, came about under a Labour government, and by the prompting and lobbying by Unions and their membership.

Compare that with what Conseratives have given us.

I'll leave aldermoorboy to fill in those details.
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Labour/unions gave us Rotting, uncollected rubbish in the streets and an increase in the rat population. Labour only care for themselves, you know it is true Linesman but you cannot face it, I understand that. Get down to the Sea Museum you know you want to, no shame in that.[/p][/quote]The Unions balloted their membership with regard the action that they wished to take IN REACTION TO THE ACTIONS TAKEN BY THE ROYSTON SMITH REGIME. The membership of the Union comprises people from across the political spectrum, so aldermoorboy is not just blaming people who vote Labour, but also many who vote Tory, LibDem, Green and even those who do not vote. If Royston Smith had entered into meaningful negotiations, instead of acting like a tin-pot dictator, there would probably have been no strike, because the MAJORITY of members of the Union would have voted against having one. aldermoorboy states "Labour on care for themselves." Many of the advaces in welfare, health and safety at work, pensions, minimum wage, NHS - all things that aldermoorboy takes for granted, came about under a Labour government, and by the prompting and lobbying by Unions and their membership. Compare that with what Conseratives have given us. I'll leave aldermoorboy to fill in those details. Linesman
  • Score: -1

1:01pm Wed 27 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result.
You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town?
Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result. You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town? aldermoorboy
  • Score: 1

4:26pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Linesman says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result.
You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town?
What have I ever done for this town?

Nothing!

What have I ever done for this CITY?

I have never voted for Royston Smith.
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result. You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town?[/p][/quote]What have I ever done for this town? Nothing! What have I ever done for this CITY? I have never voted for Royston Smith. Linesman
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9:03pm Wed 27 Aug 14

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
i sat back & waited & I wasn't surprised to see the usual Tory basher commenting on here.
I personally don't know Royston but no matter what certain people think of him he gives it & he sees it.
he said wage cuts or job/services cut we have to do one or the other & Labour said"No we don't" now who's been proven to be right?
What did he give?

Rotting, uncollected rubbish in the streets and an increase in the rat population.

A testament to his time as Leader of Southampton City Council.
Sorry but it was Labours lies & a politically motivated strike that gave us all of that.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: i sat back & waited & I wasn't surprised to see the usual Tory basher commenting on here. I personally don't know Royston but no matter what certain people think of him he gives it & he sees it. he said wage cuts or job/services cut we have to do one or the other & Labour said"No we don't" now who's been proven to be right?[/p][/quote]What did he give? Rotting, uncollected rubbish in the streets and an increase in the rat population. A testament to his time as Leader of Southampton City Council.[/p][/quote]Sorry but it was Labours lies & a politically motivated strike that gave us all of that. loosehead
  • Score: 1

9:05pm Wed 27 Aug 14

loosehead says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result.
You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town?
you know when you've hit a nerve.they give you thumbs down so keep telling the truth.
Wait & see how ****-a-hoop Labour are if Scotland breaks away.
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result. You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town?[/p][/quote]you know when you've hit a nerve.they give you thumbs down so keep telling the truth. Wait & see how ****-a-hoop Labour are if Scotland breaks away. loosehead
  • Score: -2

10:47pm Wed 27 Aug 14

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
aldermoorboy wrote:
Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result.
You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town?
you know when you've hit a nerve.they give you thumbs down so keep telling the truth.
Wait & see how ****-a-hoop Labour are if Scotland breaks away.
What a stupid comment.
Do you think that Cameron will be happy?
Are you unaware that your beloved leader has been campaigning for the NO vote?
Are you so thick that you think that the Scottish referendum depends on how Labour supporters vote?
You have turned political ignorance into a fine art.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result. You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town?[/p][/quote]you know when you've hit a nerve.they give you thumbs down so keep telling the truth. Wait & see how ****-a-hoop Labour are if Scotland breaks away.[/p][/quote]What a stupid comment. Do you think that Cameron will be happy? Are you unaware that your beloved leader has been campaigning for the NO vote? Are you so thick that you think that the Scottish referendum depends on how Labour supporters vote? You have turned political ignorance into a fine art. Linesman
  • Score: 0

5:47am Thu 28 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

Good morning Linesman, what have you ever done for this city?

Leave out the insults, I hope you are better than that.

Excellent points Loosehead as usual.
Good morning Linesman, what have you ever done for this city? Leave out the insults, I hope you are better than that. Excellent points Loosehead as usual. aldermoorboy
  • Score: -2

6:55am Thu 28 Aug 14

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
aldermoorboy wrote:
Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result.
You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town?
you know when you've hit a nerve.they give you thumbs down so keep telling the truth.
Wait & see how ****-a-hoop Labour are if Scotland breaks away.
What a stupid comment.
Do you think that Cameron will be happy?
Are you unaware that your beloved leader has been campaigning for the NO vote?
Are you so thick that you think that the Scottish referendum depends on how Labour supporters vote?
You have turned political ignorance into a fine art.
THICK? We've had numerous Labour Governments thanks to the Scottish votes.
It was Labours deal with the Liberals that brought about devolution which saw the rise in the SNP.
I'm very much a United Kingdom supporter & would hate to see it broken up.
but what happens to Labours chances of winning a general election if Scotland does break away?
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result. You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town?[/p][/quote]you know when you've hit a nerve.they give you thumbs down so keep telling the truth. Wait & see how ****-a-hoop Labour are if Scotland breaks away.[/p][/quote]What a stupid comment. Do you think that Cameron will be happy? Are you unaware that your beloved leader has been campaigning for the NO vote? Are you so thick that you think that the Scottish referendum depends on how Labour supporters vote? You have turned political ignorance into a fine art.[/p][/quote]THICK? We've had numerous Labour Governments thanks to the Scottish votes. It was Labours deal with the Liberals that brought about devolution which saw the rise in the SNP. I'm very much a United Kingdom supporter & would hate to see it broken up. but what happens to Labours chances of winning a general election if Scotland does break away? loosehead
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8:58am Thu 28 Aug 14

Linesman says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Good morning Linesman, what have you ever done for this city?

Leave out the insults, I hope you are better than that.

Excellent points Loosehead as usual.
In answer to your question.

For a start, I have NEVER voted for Royston Smith, so I cannot be associated with rotting rubbish piling up in the streets and the increase in the rat population.

Can you make the same claim?
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Good morning Linesman, what have you ever done for this city? Leave out the insults, I hope you are better than that. Excellent points Loosehead as usual.[/p][/quote]In answer to your question. For a start, I have NEVER voted for Royston Smith, so I cannot be associated with rotting rubbish piling up in the streets and the increase in the rat population. Can you make the same claim? Linesman
  • Score: 1

9:03am Thu 28 Aug 14

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
aldermoorboy wrote:
Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result.
You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town?
you know when you've hit a nerve.they give you thumbs down so keep telling the truth.
Wait & see how ****-a-hoop Labour are if Scotland breaks away.
What a stupid comment.
Do you think that Cameron will be happy?
Are you unaware that your beloved leader has been campaigning for the NO vote?
Are you so thick that you think that the Scottish referendum depends on how Labour supporters vote?
You have turned political ignorance into a fine art.
THICK? We've had numerous Labour Governments thanks to the Scottish votes.
It was Labours deal with the Liberals that brought about devolution which saw the rise in the SNP.
I'm very much a United Kingdom supporter & would hate to see it broken up.
but what happens to Labours chances of winning a general election if Scotland does break away?
So it would appear that you want Scotland to vote YES, so that we never have a Labour Governent in England, but you also want them to vote NO because you do not want them to leave the UK.

Very intelligent, on a par with so many of your well thought out comments.

Children often sing, 'Here we come gathering Nuts in May.'

I would appear that they missed you.

Maybe next time.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Royston cares for all in Southampton and the people know it, look at the Harefield election result. You attack him Linesman, what have you ever done for this town?[/p][/quote]you know when you've hit a nerve.they give you thumbs down so keep telling the truth. Wait & see how ****-a-hoop Labour are if Scotland breaks away.[/p][/quote]What a stupid comment. Do you think that Cameron will be happy? Are you unaware that your beloved leader has been campaigning for the NO vote? Are you so thick that you think that the Scottish referendum depends on how Labour supporters vote? You have turned political ignorance into a fine art.[/p][/quote]THICK? We've had numerous Labour Governments thanks to the Scottish votes. It was Labours deal with the Liberals that brought about devolution which saw the rise in the SNP. I'm very much a United Kingdom supporter & would hate to see it broken up. but what happens to Labours chances of winning a general election if Scotland does break away?[/p][/quote]So it would appear that you want Scotland to vote YES, so that we never have a Labour Governent in England, but you also want them to vote NO because you do not want them to leave the UK. Very intelligent, on a par with so many of your well thought out comments. Children often sing, 'Here we come gathering Nuts in May.' I would appear that they missed you. Maybe next time. Linesman
  • Score: 1

9:13am Thu 28 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

Linesman you appear so bitter, I feel sorry for you.

So you have done nothing for this city, unlike Royston who has helped hundreds of people, that's why over 16,000 voted for him.

Labour/unions caused the strikes as well you know, sometimes you must face up to things, it does you good in the end.
Linesman you appear so bitter, I feel sorry for you. So you have done nothing for this city, unlike Royston who has helped hundreds of people, that's why over 16,000 voted for him. Labour/unions caused the strikes as well you know, sometimes you must face up to things, it does you good in the end. aldermoorboy
  • Score: -2

11:55am Thu 28 Aug 14

Lone Ranger. says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Linesman you appear so bitter, I feel sorry for you.

So you have done nothing for this city, unlike Royston who has helped hundreds of people, that's why over 16,000 voted for him.

Labour/unions caused the strikes as well you know, sometimes you must face up to things, it does you good in the end.
..... and there's me feeling sorry for you !! ..... with such a blinkered view, unable to accept the facts as they are and continuing your obsession with the Unions and conspiracy theories ...... my word you are just like seaside rock with Tory written right through it ..... ....
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You still dont understand the status placed on this City with insistence of calling it a Town ..... (could be the onset of something .. so be careful ).
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You also forget that with your praise for the Cllr Smith you omit to mention that all this "help" he has given he has been very well financially rewarded ....... its also given him an opportunity to flaunt his unashamed ego ...... Wonder how helpful he would have been volunteering this "help" ....
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It just goes to show that ( by your figures) there are 16000 very gullible people situated over that side of the City.
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As regards your recent posts ...... well they beginning to lack an adult approach and are now starting to look as if you are taking pointers from your chum ........ not to be recommended as you know what he has to offer ......... but there again you do continually praise him for his comments ...... perhaps you are closer linked mentally than i had originally thought !!!
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Linesman you appear so bitter, I feel sorry for you. So you have done nothing for this city, unlike Royston who has helped hundreds of people, that's why over 16,000 voted for him. Labour/unions caused the strikes as well you know, sometimes you must face up to things, it does you good in the end.[/p][/quote]..... and there's me feeling sorry for you !! ..... with such a blinkered view, unable to accept the facts as they are and continuing your obsession with the Unions and conspiracy theories ...... my word you are just like seaside rock with Tory written right through it ..... .... . You still dont understand the status placed on this City with insistence of calling it a Town ..... (could be the onset of something .. so be careful ). . You also forget that with your praise for the Cllr Smith you omit to mention that all this "help" he has given he has been very well financially rewarded ....... its also given him an opportunity to flaunt his unashamed ego ...... Wonder how helpful he would have been volunteering this "help" .... . It just goes to show that ( by your figures) there are 16000 very gullible people situated over that side of the City. . As regards your recent posts ...... well they beginning to lack an adult approach and are now starting to look as if you are taking pointers from your chum ........ not to be recommended as you know what he has to offer ......... but there again you do continually praise him for his comments ...... perhaps you are closer linked mentally than i had originally thought !!! Lone Ranger.
  • Score: 3

1:12pm Thu 28 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

Glad you have come to help Linesman who appears to have offered nothing to this city unlike Royston.

I just suggest you both stop the insults if someone has a different view to you.

I believe Loosehead is a decent caring guy although as I said before I do not know him, but judge him by his comments.
Glad you have come to help Linesman who appears to have offered nothing to this city unlike Royston. I just suggest you both stop the insults if someone has a different view to you. I believe Loosehead is a decent caring guy although as I said before I do not know him, but judge him by his comments. aldermoorboy
  • Score: -3

1:40pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Lone Ranger. says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Glad you have come to help Linesman who appears to have offered nothing to this city unlike Royston.

I just suggest you both stop the insults if someone has a different view to you.

I believe Loosehead is a decent caring guy although as I said before I do not know him, but judge him by his comments.
I dont need to help anyone and in particular not Linesman as he is more than capable of looking after himself as he has already proven
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My comments were directed at you and not in support of anyone ...
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None of my post was an insult to anyone just stated the facts as i see them ..... what a pity that you chose not to adress any of them just make unfounded accuations .....
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As i have stated .... how much help would the Cllr have given if he wasnt paid to do it ...... It is his job .... he gets a wage ......
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Glad you have come to help Linesman who appears to have offered nothing to this city unlike Royston. I just suggest you both stop the insults if someone has a different view to you. I believe Loosehead is a decent caring guy although as I said before I do not know him, but judge him by his comments.[/p][/quote]I dont need to help anyone and in particular not Linesman as he is more than capable of looking after himself as he has already proven . My comments were directed at you and not in support of anyone ... . None of my post was an insult to anyone just stated the facts as i see them ..... what a pity that you chose not to adress any of them just make unfounded accuations ..... . As i have stated .... how much help would the Cllr have given if he wasnt paid to do it ...... It is his job .... he gets a wage ...... Lone Ranger.
  • Score: 3

2:34pm Thu 28 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

Lone Ranger look at the result in Harefield, that's what the local people think of him after 14 years of service.

May I ask what you have done for this city?
Lone Ranger look at the result in Harefield, that's what the local people think of him after 14 years of service. May I ask what you have done for this city? aldermoorboy
  • Score: -4

4:28pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Lone Ranger. says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Lone Ranger look at the result in Harefield, that's what the local people think of him after 14 years of service.

May I ask what you have done for this city?
Yes you can ask ...... But i will not tell you until after you have told me what YOU have done .......
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Lone Ranger look at the result in Harefield, that's what the local people think of him after 14 years of service. May I ask what you have done for this city?[/p][/quote]Yes you can ask ...... But i will not tell you until after you have told me what YOU have done ....... Lone Ranger.
  • Score: 4

4:38pm Thu 28 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

Nothing regarding politics, but as I have said before I run a successful local business employing people, exporting products and paying all my taxes and I hope being a good neighbour.
Nothing regarding politics, but as I have said before I run a successful local business employing people, exporting products and paying all my taxes and I hope being a good neighbour. aldermoorboy
  • Score: -4

7:31pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
i sat back & waited & I wasn't surprised to see the usual Tory basher commenting on here.
I personally don't know Royston but no matter what certain people think of him he gives it & he sees it.
he said wage cuts or job/services cut we have to do one or the other & Labour said"No we don't" now who's been proven to be right?
What did he give?

Rotting, uncollected rubbish in the streets and an increase in the rat population.

A testament to his time as Leader of Southampton City Council.
Sorry but it was Labours lies & a politically motivated strike that gave us all of that.
What is there on the other side of this record?
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: i sat back & waited & I wasn't surprised to see the usual Tory basher commenting on here. I personally don't know Royston but no matter what certain people think of him he gives it & he sees it. he said wage cuts or job/services cut we have to do one or the other & Labour said"No we don't" now who's been proven to be right?[/p][/quote]What did he give? Rotting, uncollected rubbish in the streets and an increase in the rat population. A testament to his time as Leader of Southampton City Council.[/p][/quote]Sorry but it was Labours lies & a politically motivated strike that gave us all of that.[/p][/quote]What is there on the other side of this record? Linesman
  • Score: 3

7:45pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Linesman says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Lone Ranger look at the result in Harefield, that's what the local people think of him after 14 years of service.

May I ask what you have done for this city?
Look what the rest of the city thought at the last council elections.

You keep asking what other people have done for the city, but what have you done, other than praise loosehead's comments?

In response to your comment "Labour only care for themselves", at 11:27am Wed 27, I gave examples of what Labour, with support of the Unions had done to improve the lot of everyon.

I ended that post with the words, "Compare that with what the Conservatives have given us.

I'll leave aldermoorboy to fill in those details."

I note that you have studiously avoided filling in those details.

Could you think of nothing to add?
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Lone Ranger look at the result in Harefield, that's what the local people think of him after 14 years of service. May I ask what you have done for this city?[/p][/quote]Look what the rest of the city thought at the last council elections. You keep asking what other people have done for the city, but what have you done, other than praise loosehead's comments? In response to your comment "Labour only care for themselves", at 11:27am Wed 27, I gave examples of what Labour, with support of the Unions had done to improve the lot of everyon. I ended that post with the words, "Compare that with what the Conservatives have given us. I'll leave aldermoorboy to fill in those details." I note that you have studiously avoided filling in those details. Could you think of nothing to add? Linesman
  • Score: 4

8:04pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Lone Ranger. says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Nothing regarding politics, but as I have said before I run a successful local business employing people, exporting products and paying all my taxes and I hope being a good neighbour.
I have run my own business for 18 years and employ 8 people.
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Over the last 34 years i have been involved with youth organisations, such as youth clubs, scout groups, PTS, community watches, youth football and cricket and still carry out voluntary work three evenings per week when possible. ...... and NO i have never been paid for anything.
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I have just given something back to people in a City that i love ....
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In addition i could name about 100 local people that have given most of their lives to charity and voluntary work without any form of recognition or reward ........ So please do not preach to me about your favourite Cllr and his work for residents ........ as these people would knock him into a c0cked hat ...... and for NO MONEY or the slightest bit of recognition.
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[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Nothing regarding politics, but as I have said before I run a successful local business employing people, exporting products and paying all my taxes and I hope being a good neighbour.[/p][/quote]I have run my own business for 18 years and employ 8 people. . Over the last 34 years i have been involved with youth organisations, such as youth clubs, scout groups, PTS, community watches, youth football and cricket and still carry out voluntary work three evenings per week when possible. ...... and NO i have never been paid for anything. . I have just given something back to people in a City that i love .... . In addition i could name about 100 local people that have given most of their lives to charity and voluntary work without any form of recognition or reward ........ So please do not preach to me about your favourite Cllr and his work for residents ........ as these people would knock him into a c0cked hat ...... and for NO MONEY or the slightest bit of recognition. . Lone Ranger.
  • Score: 3

7:27am Fri 29 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

You sound like a good Tory Lone Ranger, welcome to the party.

Have a good weekend, I know Royston cares and money is not his first motivation, to me he appears similar to you.

Where we disagree, is you believe only Labour supporters care, I disagree, I know people from all political that care, I think you are wrong to continually claim that.

Linesman since Royston started in politics locally the Tory share of the vote has gone from 22% to 33% ( 98-14) not a bad trend, yes Labour are ahead but not by much, Southampton may turn blue in future and I think we would all gain including you.

You to have a good weekend and you don't even have to go to the Sea Museum.
You sound like a good Tory Lone Ranger, welcome to the party. Have a good weekend, I know Royston cares and money is not his first motivation, to me he appears similar to you. Where we disagree, is you believe only Labour supporters care, I disagree, I know people from all political that care, I think you are wrong to continually claim that. Linesman since Royston started in politics locally the Tory share of the vote has gone from 22% to 33% ( 98-14) not a bad trend, yes Labour are ahead but not by much, Southampton may turn blue in future and I think we would all gain including you. You to have a good weekend and you don't even have to go to the Sea Museum. aldermoorboy
  • Score: -2

9:36am Fri 29 Aug 14

Linesman says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
You sound like a good Tory Lone Ranger, welcome to the party.

Have a good weekend, I know Royston cares and money is not his first motivation, to me he appears similar to you.

Where we disagree, is you believe only Labour supporters care, I disagree, I know people from all political that care, I think you are wrong to continually claim that.

Linesman since Royston started in politics locally the Tory share of the vote has gone from 22% to 33% ( 98-14) not a bad trend, yes Labour are ahead but not by much, Southampton may turn blue in future and I think we would all gain including you.

You to have a good weekend and you don't even have to go to the Sea Museum.
Thanks for those kind wishes.

May take a trip to the Zoo and see a genuine elephant in preference to Royston Smith's white one.

If Royston Smith's predictions should prove to be correct this weekend, I don't think that my poor old legs would manage to stand in line for a couple of hours, waiting to gain admission.

Do you think he got the name wrong, and was really predicting the attendances for the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth?
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: You sound like a good Tory Lone Ranger, welcome to the party. Have a good weekend, I know Royston cares and money is not his first motivation, to me he appears similar to you. Where we disagree, is you believe only Labour supporters care, I disagree, I know people from all political that care, I think you are wrong to continually claim that. Linesman since Royston started in politics locally the Tory share of the vote has gone from 22% to 33% ( 98-14) not a bad trend, yes Labour are ahead but not by much, Southampton may turn blue in future and I think we would all gain including you. You to have a good weekend and you don't even have to go to the Sea Museum.[/p][/quote]Thanks for those kind wishes. May take a trip to the Zoo and see a genuine elephant in preference to Royston Smith's white one. If Royston Smith's predictions should prove to be correct this weekend, I don't think that my poor old legs would manage to stand in line for a couple of hours, waiting to gain admission. Do you think he got the name wrong, and was really predicting the attendances for the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth? Linesman
  • Score: 2

10:01am Fri 29 Aug 14

Lone Ranger. says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
You sound like a good Tory Lone Ranger, welcome to the party.

Have a good weekend, I know Royston cares and money is not his first motivation, to me he appears similar to you.

Where we disagree, is you believe only Labour supporters care, I disagree, I know people from all political that care, I think you are wrong to continually claim that.

Linesman since Royston started in politics locally the Tory share of the vote has gone from 22% to 33% ( 98-14) not a bad trend, yes Labour are ahead but not by much, Southampton may turn blue in future and I think we would all gain including you.

You to have a good weekend and you don't even have to go to the Sea Museum.
No ...... we disagree on many areas ..
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I would never be associated to your Tory party and would never vote for them if voting was compulsory and the Tories were the only ones standing.
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I would suggest that money IS his first consideration and Ego the second ..... as i have pointed out he wouldnt do it on a voluntary basis ..... and believe me he is NOTHING like me and I treat that point as an insult to me.
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I think that you are well suited as a Royston follower ......
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: You sound like a good Tory Lone Ranger, welcome to the party. Have a good weekend, I know Royston cares and money is not his first motivation, to me he appears similar to you. Where we disagree, is you believe only Labour supporters care, I disagree, I know people from all political that care, I think you are wrong to continually claim that. Linesman since Royston started in politics locally the Tory share of the vote has gone from 22% to 33% ( 98-14) not a bad trend, yes Labour are ahead but not by much, Southampton may turn blue in future and I think we would all gain including you. You to have a good weekend and you don't even have to go to the Sea Museum.[/p][/quote]No ...... we disagree on many areas .. . I would never be associated to your Tory party and would never vote for them if voting was compulsory and the Tories were the only ones standing. . I would suggest that money IS his first consideration and Ego the second ..... as i have pointed out he wouldnt do it on a voluntary basis ..... and believe me he is NOTHING like me and I treat that point as an insult to me. . I think that you are well suited as a Royston follower ...... Lone Ranger.
  • Score: 3

10:28am Fri 29 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

Lone Ranger why are you so bitter about the Tories? I don't buy the non caring party, about 90% of policies are similar for all parties except the Socialist/TUSC ( who I suspect believe in total political control).

The main difference as I see it, is in competition, I believe in general the more competition the greater the efficiency, that why I would out source as much as possible. Then there is more money to spend on good causes.
Lone Ranger why are you so bitter about the Tories? I don't buy the non caring party, about 90% of policies are similar for all parties except the Socialist/TUSC ( who I suspect believe in total political control). The main difference as I see it, is in competition, I believe in general the more competition the greater the efficiency, that why I would out source as much as possible. Then there is more money to spend on good causes. aldermoorboy
  • Score: -3

10:37am Fri 29 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

Linesman although we disagree on many things I hope your poor old legs last a long time.

Best wishes
Linesman although we disagree on many things I hope your poor old legs last a long time. Best wishes aldermoorboy
  • Score: -3

1:31pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Lone Ranger. says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Lone Ranger why are you so bitter about the Tories? I don't buy the non caring party, about 90% of policies are similar for all parties except the Socialist/TUSC ( who I suspect believe in total political control).

The main difference as I see it, is in competition, I believe in general the more competition the greater the efficiency, that why I would out source as much as possible. Then there is more money to spend on good causes.
Goodness me i am shocked that you would ever need to ask a question like that ....
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About 70% of the voting public in the UK dont vote Tory .....
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Your own MP's confess to being in the "Nasty Party"
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Your membership numbers are plummeting so much that you HQ wont even publish the numbers anymore ..... And your MP's are defecting to UKIP .....
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And NO .. 90% of the policies are not similar ....
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Lone Ranger why are you so bitter about the Tories? I don't buy the non caring party, about 90% of policies are similar for all parties except the Socialist/TUSC ( who I suspect believe in total political control). The main difference as I see it, is in competition, I believe in general the more competition the greater the efficiency, that why I would out source as much as possible. Then there is more money to spend on good causes.[/p][/quote]Goodness me i am shocked that you would ever need to ask a question like that .... . About 70% of the voting public in the UK dont vote Tory ..... . Your own MP's confess to being in the "Nasty Party" . Your membership numbers are plummeting so much that you HQ wont even publish the numbers anymore ..... And your MP's are defecting to UKIP ..... . And NO .. 90% of the policies are not similar .... Lone Ranger.
  • Score: 3

1:57pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Linesman says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Lone Ranger why are you so bitter about the Tories? I don't buy the non caring party, about 90% of policies are similar for all parties except the Socialist/TUSC ( who I suspect believe in total political control).

The main difference as I see it, is in competition, I believe in general the more competition the greater the efficiency, that why I would out source as much as possible. Then there is more money to spend on good causes.
You asked Lone Ranger why he appears to be so bitter about the Tories.
I cannot answer for him, but let me give you a few of the reasons why they do not feature on my list of popular organisations.

Much political capital has been made about the financial state the country was in when the Tories took power just over four years ago, but the reason for that situation had its beginnings in the USA, and the Labour Government were tasked with dealing with the fall-out, which they did, with no criticism from the opposition with the way that they handled it.

Contrast that with the country's financial state in the winter of 1983/84, when there was unemployment at 12% with more than Three Million people out of work.

A couple of years earlier interest rates reached a record high of 17%. This resulted in many businesses going bust, and many people having their homes repossessed because they could not afford their mortgage repayments. This resulted in a boom time for bailiffs - about the only growth industry.

If that were not enough financial mayhem, 16 September 1992 arrived, and another financial catastrophe that has gone down in history as Black Wednesday.

None of those financial disasters had their origins abroad, but were the result of 'home grown' political and financial incompetence.

Care to check out with party was in power at the time?

I'll give you a clue.

It was NOT Labour and it was NOT LibDems.
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Lone Ranger why are you so bitter about the Tories? I don't buy the non caring party, about 90% of policies are similar for all parties except the Socialist/TUSC ( who I suspect believe in total political control). The main difference as I see it, is in competition, I believe in general the more competition the greater the efficiency, that why I would out source as much as possible. Then there is more money to spend on good causes.[/p][/quote]You asked Lone Ranger why he appears to be so bitter about the Tories. I cannot answer for him, but let me give you a few of the reasons why they do not feature on my list of popular organisations. Much political capital has been made about the financial state the country was in when the Tories took power just over four years ago, but the reason for that situation had its beginnings in the USA, and the Labour Government were tasked with dealing with the fall-out, which they did, with no criticism from the opposition with the way that they handled it. Contrast that with the country's financial state in the winter of 1983/84, when there was unemployment at 12% with more than Three Million people out of work. A couple of years earlier interest rates reached a record high of 17%. This resulted in many businesses going bust, and many people having their homes repossessed because they could not afford their mortgage repayments. This resulted in a boom time for bailiffs - about the only growth industry. If that were not enough financial mayhem, 16 September 1992 arrived, and another financial catastrophe that has gone down in history as Black Wednesday. None of those financial disasters had their origins abroad, but were the result of 'home grown' political and financial incompetence. Care to check out with party was in power at the time? I'll give you a clue. It was NOT Labour and it was NOT LibDems. Linesman
  • Score: 2

2:04pm Fri 29 Aug 14

aldermoorboy says...

Thank you both for your replies, I see things so differently!!!!
Thank you both for your replies, I see things so differently!!!! aldermoorboy
  • Score: -3

3:02pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Linesman says...

aldermoorboy wrote:
Thank you both for your replies, I see things so differently!!!!
How?

Are you claiming that the Opposition were responsible for the financial disasters that I listed?

I am still not convinced that you are not really loosehead under a different title.
[quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Thank you both for your replies, I see things so differently!!!![/p][/quote]How? Are you claiming that the Opposition were responsible for the financial disasters that I listed? I am still not convinced that you are not really loosehead under a different title. Linesman
  • Score: 2

5:19pm Fri 29 Aug 14

FoysCornerBoy says...

Lone Ranger. wrote:
aldermoorboy wrote:
Lone Ranger why are you so bitter about the Tories? I don't buy the non caring party, about 90% of policies are similar for all parties except the Socialist/TUSC ( who I suspect believe in total political control).

The main difference as I see it, is in competition, I believe in general the more competition the greater the efficiency, that why I would out source as much as possible. Then there is more money to spend on good causes.
Goodness me i am shocked that you would ever need to ask a question like that ....
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About 70% of the voting public in the UK dont vote Tory .....
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Your own MP's confess to being in the "Nasty Party"
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Your membership numbers are plummeting so much that you HQ wont even publish the numbers anymore ..... And your MP's are defecting to UKIP .....
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And NO .. 90% of the policies are not similar ....
Sorry to interrupt this little exchange, but I wonder now if we can be sure that Royston Smith won't jump ship and join UKIP. He has, I understand, supported the Referendum (sic) Party in the past and stood as an independent against the official Conservative candidate in the local elections in the 1990s.
[quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Lone Ranger why are you so bitter about the Tories? I don't buy the non caring party, about 90% of policies are similar for all parties except the Socialist/TUSC ( who I suspect believe in total political control). The main difference as I see it, is in competition, I believe in general the more competition the greater the efficiency, that why I would out source as much as possible. Then there is more money to spend on good causes.[/p][/quote]Goodness me i am shocked that you would ever need to ask a question like that .... . About 70% of the voting public in the UK dont vote Tory ..... . Your own MP's confess to being in the "Nasty Party" . Your membership numbers are plummeting so much that you HQ wont even publish the numbers anymore ..... And your MP's are defecting to UKIP ..... . And NO .. 90% of the policies are not similar ....[/p][/quote]Sorry to interrupt this little exchange, but I wonder now if we can be sure that Royston Smith won't jump ship and join UKIP. He has, I understand, supported the Referendum (sic) Party in the past and stood as an independent against the official Conservative candidate in the local elections in the 1990s. FoysCornerBoy
  • Score: 3

7:22pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Lone Ranger. says...

FoysCornerBoy wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
aldermoorboy wrote:
Lone Ranger why are you so bitter about the Tories? I don't buy the non caring party, about 90% of policies are similar for all parties except the Socialist/TUSC ( who I suspect believe in total political control).

The main difference as I see it, is in competition, I believe in general the more competition the greater the efficiency, that why I would out source as much as possible. Then there is more money to spend on good causes.
Goodness me i am shocked that you would ever need to ask a question like that ....
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About 70% of the voting public in the UK dont vote Tory .....
.
Your own MP's confess to being in the "Nasty Party"
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Your membership numbers are plummeting so much that you HQ wont even publish the numbers anymore ..... And your MP's are defecting to UKIP .....
.
And NO .. 90% of the policies are not similar ....
Sorry to interrupt this little exchange, but I wonder now if we can be sure that Royston Smith won't jump ship and join UKIP. He has, I understand, supported the Referendum (sic) Party in the past and stood as an independent against the official Conservative candidate in the local elections in the 1990s.
Well that would be interesting ...
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But of course he did say that IF he was elected and the Tories won the election ...... and Cameron didnt go ahead with a referendum he would quit the Tories.
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I wonder if he would resign his seat in that instance or just do the evil trick as Morrell and Thomas did ?? ....... I know what my money is on
[quote][p][bold]FoysCornerBoy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]aldermoorboy[/bold] wrote: Lone Ranger why are you so bitter about the Tories? I don't buy the non caring party, about 90% of policies are similar for all parties except the Socialist/TUSC ( who I suspect believe in total political control). The main difference as I see it, is in competition, I believe in general the more competition the greater the efficiency, that why I would out source as much as possible. Then there is more money to spend on good causes.[/p][/quote]Goodness me i am shocked that you would ever need to ask a question like that .... . About 70% of the voting public in the UK dont vote Tory ..... . Your own MP's confess to being in the "Nasty Party" . Your membership numbers are plummeting so much that you HQ wont even publish the numbers anymore ..... And your MP's are defecting to UKIP ..... . And NO .. 90% of the policies are not similar ....[/p][/quote]Sorry to interrupt this little exchange, but I wonder now if we can be sure that Royston Smith won't jump ship and join UKIP. He has, I understand, supported the Referendum (sic) Party in the past and stood as an independent against the official Conservative candidate in the local elections in the 1990s.[/p][/quote]Well that would be interesting ... . But of course he did say that IF he was elected and the Tories won the election ...... and Cameron didnt go ahead with a referendum he would quit the Tories. . I wonder if he would resign his seat in that instance or just do the evil trick as Morrell and Thomas did ?? ....... I know what my money is on Lone Ranger.
  • Score: 3

9:10pm Fri 29 Aug 14

loosehead says...

I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory? loosehead
  • Score: -3

10:56pm Fri 29 Aug 14

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
Gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank?

I thought you were anti-food banks because you claimed they were used by wasters and the bone idle who would not work and lived on the dole.

Makes me wonder where you nicked the vegetables from, because you gave up your allotment when you decided to move to Liverpool.

As you are allergic to work, and there is a long waiting list for allotments, I doubt that you have got one now - in fact I doubt that you have even got your name down, as you prefer to spend your time, sat down in front of your computer, moaning about people who are unemployed.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?[/p][/quote]Gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank? I thought you were anti-food banks because you claimed they were used by wasters and the bone idle who would not work and lived on the dole. Makes me wonder where you nicked the vegetables from, because you gave up your allotment when you decided to move to Liverpool. As you are allergic to work, and there is a long waiting list for allotments, I doubt that you have got one now - in fact I doubt that you have even got your name down, as you prefer to spend your time, sat down in front of your computer, moaning about people who are unemployed. Linesman
  • Score: 1

6:45am Sat 30 Aug 14

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
Gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank?

I thought you were anti-food banks because you claimed they were used by wasters and the bone idle who would not work and lived on the dole.

Makes me wonder where you nicked the vegetables from, because you gave up your allotment when you decided to move to Liverpool.

As you are allergic to work, and there is a long waiting list for allotments, I doubt that you have got one now - in fact I doubt that you have even got your name down, as you prefer to spend your time, sat down in front of your computer, moaning about people who are unemployed.
I had an allotment,Allergic to work? that's called slander as I use to work 80hour weeks so if you want to insult me get your facts right first.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?[/p][/quote]Gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank? I thought you were anti-food banks because you claimed they were used by wasters and the bone idle who would not work and lived on the dole. Makes me wonder where you nicked the vegetables from, because you gave up your allotment when you decided to move to Liverpool. As you are allergic to work, and there is a long waiting list for allotments, I doubt that you have got one now - in fact I doubt that you have even got your name down, as you prefer to spend your time, sat down in front of your computer, moaning about people who are unemployed.[/p][/quote]I had an allotment,Allergic to work? that's called slander as I use to work 80hour weeks so if you want to insult me get your facts right first. loosehead
  • Score: -2

6:48am Sat 30 Aug 14

loosehead says...

OH! Linesman if your so called friend really worked for BAT why don't you ask him about how hard a worker I was?
I've printed my name in here often enough so go on ask him or haven't you really got such a friend?
OH! Linesman if your so called friend really worked for BAT why don't you ask him about how hard a worker I was? I've printed my name in here often enough so go on ask him or haven't you really got such a friend? loosehead
  • Score: -2

9:08am Sat 30 Aug 14

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
Gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank?

I thought you were anti-food banks because you claimed they were used by wasters and the bone idle who would not work and lived on the dole.

Makes me wonder where you nicked the vegetables from, because you gave up your allotment when you decided to move to Liverpool.

As you are allergic to work, and there is a long waiting list for allotments, I doubt that you have got one now - in fact I doubt that you have even got your name down, as you prefer to spend your time, sat down in front of your computer, moaning about people who are unemployed.
I had an allotment,Allergic to work? that's called slander as I use to work 80hour weeks so if you want to insult me get your facts right first.
Once agains you show your ignorance with regard the english language.

I could NOT slander you on this site. It is impossible.

Slander is done by the spoken word.

With regard my mate who worked at BAT, he said that he did no know you, but said that there were a few that were 'invisible'.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?[/p][/quote]Gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank? I thought you were anti-food banks because you claimed they were used by wasters and the bone idle who would not work and lived on the dole. Makes me wonder where you nicked the vegetables from, because you gave up your allotment when you decided to move to Liverpool. As you are allergic to work, and there is a long waiting list for allotments, I doubt that you have got one now - in fact I doubt that you have even got your name down, as you prefer to spend your time, sat down in front of your computer, moaning about people who are unemployed.[/p][/quote]I had an allotment,Allergic to work? that's called slander as I use to work 80hour weeks so if you want to insult me get your facts right first.[/p][/quote]Once agains you show your ignorance with regard the english language. I could NOT slander you on this site. It is impossible. Slander is done by the spoken word. With regard my mate who worked at BAT, he said that he did no know you, but said that there were a few that were 'invisible'. Linesman
  • Score: 1

9:51am Sat 30 Aug 14

Lone Ranger. says...

loosehead wrote:
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !!
.
Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts ....
..... !!
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?[/p][/quote]I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !! . Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts .... ..... !! Lone Ranger.
  • Score: 3

9:06pm Sat 30 Aug 14

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
Gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank?

I thought you were anti-food banks because you claimed they were used by wasters and the bone idle who would not work and lived on the dole.

Makes me wonder where you nicked the vegetables from, because you gave up your allotment when you decided to move to Liverpool.

As you are allergic to work, and there is a long waiting list for allotments, I doubt that you have got one now - in fact I doubt that you have even got your name down, as you prefer to spend your time, sat down in front of your computer, moaning about people who are unemployed.
I had an allotment,Allergic to work? that's called slander as I use to work 80hour weeks so if you want to insult me get your facts right first.
Once agains you show your ignorance with regard the english language.

I could NOT slander you on this site. It is impossible.

Slander is done by the spoken word.

With regard my mate who worked at BAT, he said that he did no know you, but said that there were a few that were 'invisible'.
Then you are a Liar. I go to all the BAT pensioners does & they all know me so who's making up friends now then?
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?[/p][/quote]Gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank? I thought you were anti-food banks because you claimed they were used by wasters and the bone idle who would not work and lived on the dole. Makes me wonder where you nicked the vegetables from, because you gave up your allotment when you decided to move to Liverpool. As you are allergic to work, and there is a long waiting list for allotments, I doubt that you have got one now - in fact I doubt that you have even got your name down, as you prefer to spend your time, sat down in front of your computer, moaning about people who are unemployed.[/p][/quote]I had an allotment,Allergic to work? that's called slander as I use to work 80hour weeks so if you want to insult me get your facts right first.[/p][/quote]Once agains you show your ignorance with regard the english language. I could NOT slander you on this site. It is impossible. Slander is done by the spoken word. With regard my mate who worked at BAT, he said that he did no know you, but said that there were a few that were 'invisible'.[/p][/quote]Then you are a Liar. I go to all the BAT pensioners does & they all know me so who's making up friends now then? loosehead
  • Score: 0

9:13pm Sat 30 Aug 14

loosehead says...

Lone Ranger. wrote:
loosehead wrote:
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !!
.
Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts ....
..... !!
I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school.
I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment.
After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students.
That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children.
I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work.
[quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?[/p][/quote]I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !! . Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts .... ..... !![/p][/quote]I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school. I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment. After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students. That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children. I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work. loosehead
  • Score: -3

11:17pm Sat 30 Aug 14

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
loosehead wrote:
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !!
.
Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts ....
..... !!
I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school.
I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment.
After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students.
That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children.
I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work.
More self praise!

One sure thing, nobody would ever describe you as being modest.

As you claim that so many people know you, and you claim to have given your name on here, I find it very strange that nobody has confirmed all this 'good work' that you Claim to have done.

You be careful that you don't dislocate your shoulder when you have another bout of 'patting yourself on your back.'

If Royston Smith gets elected, he may recommend you for an honour.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?[/p][/quote]I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !! . Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts .... ..... !![/p][/quote]I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school. I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment. After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students. That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children. I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work.[/p][/quote]More self praise! One sure thing, nobody would ever describe you as being modest. As you claim that so many people know you, and you claim to have given your name on here, I find it very strange that nobody has confirmed all this 'good work' that you Claim to have done. You be careful that you don't dislocate your shoulder when you have another bout of 'patting yourself on your back.' If Royston Smith gets elected, he may recommend you for an honour. Linesman
  • Score: 2

6:51am Sun 31 Aug 14

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
loosehead wrote:
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !!
.
Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts ....
..... !!
I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school.
I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment.
After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students.
That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children.
I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work.
More self praise!

One sure thing, nobody would ever describe you as being modest.

As you claim that so many people know you, and you claim to have given your name on here, I find it very strange that nobody has confirmed all this 'good work' that you Claim to have done.

You be careful that you don't dislocate your shoulder when you have another bout of 'patting yourself on your back.'

If Royston Smith gets elected, he may recommend you for an honour.
so how come you never made the same comments to Lone Ranger? Your a total Hypocrite
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?[/p][/quote]I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !! . Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts .... ..... !![/p][/quote]I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school. I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment. After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students. That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children. I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work.[/p][/quote]More self praise! One sure thing, nobody would ever describe you as being modest. As you claim that so many people know you, and you claim to have given your name on here, I find it very strange that nobody has confirmed all this 'good work' that you Claim to have done. You be careful that you don't dislocate your shoulder when you have another bout of 'patting yourself on your back.' If Royston Smith gets elected, he may recommend you for an honour.[/p][/quote]so how come you never made the same comments to Lone Ranger? Your a total Hypocrite loosehead
  • Score: -3

9:09am Sun 31 Aug 14

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
loosehead wrote:
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !!
.
Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts ....
..... !!
I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school.
I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment.
After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students.
That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children.
I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work.
More self praise!

One sure thing, nobody would ever describe you as being modest.

As you claim that so many people know you, and you claim to have given your name on here, I find it very strange that nobody has confirmed all this 'good work' that you Claim to have done.

You be careful that you don't dislocate your shoulder when you have another bout of 'patting yourself on your back.'

If Royston Smith gets elected, he may recommend you for an honour.
so how come you never made the same comments to Lone Ranger? Your a total Hypocrite
I have seen just ONE post from him, in response to questions asked, regarding what he has done in the community, and he also mentioned that he could name 100 others who also do similar work.

With you, it is always a case of 'Me! Me! Me!' and on a pretty regular basis.

How you find the time to do all this marvellous voluntary work when, from the times indicated on your posts, it would appear that you spend very little time away from your computer?
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?[/p][/quote]I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !! . Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts .... ..... !![/p][/quote]I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school. I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment. After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students. That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children. I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work.[/p][/quote]More self praise! One sure thing, nobody would ever describe you as being modest. As you claim that so many people know you, and you claim to have given your name on here, I find it very strange that nobody has confirmed all this 'good work' that you Claim to have done. You be careful that you don't dislocate your shoulder when you have another bout of 'patting yourself on your back.' If Royston Smith gets elected, he may recommend you for an honour.[/p][/quote]so how come you never made the same comments to Lone Ranger? Your a total Hypocrite[/p][/quote]I have seen just ONE post from him, in response to questions asked, regarding what he has done in the community, and he also mentioned that he could name 100 others who also do similar work. With you, it is always a case of 'Me! Me! Me!' and on a pretty regular basis. How you find the time to do all this marvellous voluntary work when, from the times indicated on your posts, it would appear that you spend very little time away from your computer? Linesman
  • Score: 2

9:02pm Sun 31 Aug 14

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
loosehead wrote:
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !!
.
Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts ....
..... !!
I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school.
I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment.
After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students.
That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children.
I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work.
More self praise!

One sure thing, nobody would ever describe you as being modest.

As you claim that so many people know you, and you claim to have given your name on here, I find it very strange that nobody has confirmed all this 'good work' that you Claim to have done.

You be careful that you don't dislocate your shoulder when you have another bout of 'patting yourself on your back.'

If Royston Smith gets elected, he may recommend you for an honour.
so how come you never made the same comments to Lone Ranger? Your a total Hypocrite
I have seen just ONE post from him, in response to questions asked, regarding what he has done in the community, and he also mentioned that he could name 100 others who also do similar work.

With you, it is always a case of 'Me! Me! Me!' and on a pretty regular basis.

How you find the time to do all this marvellous voluntary work when, from the times indicated on your posts, it would appear that you spend very little time away from your computer?
There are many names coming to mind to call you but what's the point most readers can see exactly what type of person you really are.
I get up at 05.45-06.30.
I check my mail whilst having breakfast then I go to the gym I then check again at night.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?[/p][/quote]I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !! . Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts .... ..... !![/p][/quote]I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school. I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment. After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students. That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children. I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work.[/p][/quote]More self praise! One sure thing, nobody would ever describe you as being modest. As you claim that so many people know you, and you claim to have given your name on here, I find it very strange that nobody has confirmed all this 'good work' that you Claim to have done. You be careful that you don't dislocate your shoulder when you have another bout of 'patting yourself on your back.' If Royston Smith gets elected, he may recommend you for an honour.[/p][/quote]so how come you never made the same comments to Lone Ranger? Your a total Hypocrite[/p][/quote]I have seen just ONE post from him, in response to questions asked, regarding what he has done in the community, and he also mentioned that he could name 100 others who also do similar work. With you, it is always a case of 'Me! Me! Me!' and on a pretty regular basis. How you find the time to do all this marvellous voluntary work when, from the times indicated on your posts, it would appear that you spend very little time away from your computer?[/p][/quote]There are many names coming to mind to call you but what's the point most readers can see exactly what type of person you really are. I get up at 05.45-06.30. I check my mail whilst having breakfast then I go to the gym I then check again at night. loosehead
  • Score: -2

10:41pm Sun 31 Aug 14

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
loosehead wrote:
I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here.
So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?
I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !!
.
Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts ....
..... !!
I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school.
I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment.
After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students.
That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children.
I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work.
More self praise!

One sure thing, nobody would ever describe you as being modest.

As you claim that so many people know you, and you claim to have given your name on here, I find it very strange that nobody has confirmed all this 'good work' that you Claim to have done.

You be careful that you don't dislocate your shoulder when you have another bout of 'patting yourself on your back.'

If Royston Smith gets elected, he may recommend you for an honour.
so how come you never made the same comments to Lone Ranger? Your a total Hypocrite
I have seen just ONE post from him, in response to questions asked, regarding what he has done in the community, and he also mentioned that he could name 100 others who also do similar work.

With you, it is always a case of 'Me! Me! Me!' and on a pretty regular basis.

How you find the time to do all this marvellous voluntary work when, from the times indicated on your posts, it would appear that you spend very little time away from your computer?
There are many names coming to mind to call you but what's the point most readers can see exactly what type of person you really are.
I get up at 05.45-06.30.
I check my mail whilst having breakfast then I go to the gym I then check again at night.
As I have an allotment, and you do not, as you appear to have a surplus of Bull Shine, perhaps you could deliver a few loads to my plot.

I really do think that you should cut out these visits to the gym, and you appear to have a musclebound head.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: I said about how I helped OAP's how I went into schools free of charge how I gave fresh vegetables to the Food Bank & I was pilloried by one poster on here. So why is it okay for a Left winger to post the Very Good things he's done but not a Tory?[/p][/quote]I wouldnt call aldermoorboy a "left winger" !! . Perhaps you should also look at your posting history ....... many have left fellow posters wondering if there was an element of truth in those posts .... ..... !![/p][/quote]I helped an OAP by weeding her garden for no cost.I've offered to go in & show OAP's how to use the internet,I've gone in free of charge & helped coach Rugby in a school. I've helped get a road/pavement fixed out side a OAP's house & I've given fresh vegetables to a basic bank when I had an allotment. After reading a report in this paper about the stuff students discard at the end of their education I've suggested to Three churches one which has very close contacts with students. That they talk to these students get their unwanted lap tops & either use them to let children go down & do their home work or let them out(freely) to families who wouldn't be able to buy food if they buy the lap tops for their children. I don't care what party a person supports if as I've read your post I can only congratulate you on your work.[/p][/quote]More self praise! One sure thing, nobody would ever describe you as being modest. As you claim that so many people know you, and you claim to have given your name on here, I find it very strange that nobody has confirmed all this 'good work' that you Claim to have done. You be careful that you don't dislocate your shoulder when you have another bout of 'patting yourself on your back.' If Royston Smith gets elected, he may recommend you for an honour.[/p][/quote]so how come you never made the same comments to Lone Ranger? Your a total Hypocrite[/p][/quote]I have seen just ONE post from him, in response to questions asked, regarding what he has done in the community, and he also mentioned that he could name 100 others who also do similar work. With you, it is always a case of 'Me! Me! Me!' and on a pretty regular basis. How you find the time to do all this marvellous voluntary work when, from the times indicated on your posts, it would appear that you spend very little time away from your computer?[/p][/quote]There are many names coming to mind to call you but what's the point most readers can see exactly what type of person you really are. I get up at 05.45-06.30. I check my mail whilst having breakfast then I go to the gym I then check again at night.[/p][/quote]As I have an allotment, and you do not, as you appear to have a surplus of Bull Shine, perhaps you could deliver a few loads to my plot. I really do think that you should cut out these visits to the gym, and you appear to have a musclebound head. Linesman
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