Crackdown on bad parking by dealers

Picture by John Clarke

Picture by John Clarke

First published in News

TRAFFIC wardens swooped to stop car dealers clogging up parking bays and pavements after other traders complained.

Traders in London Road, Leigh, called for action claiming some dealers were putting cars for sale in parking areas meant for their customers.

Martin Terry, Southend councillor responsible for transport, said some dealerships were “taking the mickey” with their parking arrangements.

Yesterday, wardens were sent in to sort out the problem, after the Echo was contacted by concerned traders.

Mr Terry said: “There’s going to be some changes regarding enforcement because it’s a problem.

“What these car traders are doing is depriving other businesses of customers, by blocking car parking bays.

“I’ve personally seen cars on the pavements and blocking footways and they’re absolutely taking the mickey.”

Kat Perfect, manager of Sally Salon Services, said customers end up going to other shops when they can’t get parked.

She said: “It can be an issue sometimes – people tell us, if there are cars here and they can’t get parked, they will drive ten minutes all the way over to Eastwood to park at that store, rather than trying to find somewhere here.”

John Clarke, 59, a contractor who often works in the area, said he frequently has trouble parking for jobs on London Road and had even seen cars parked on pavements either side of a pelican crossing.

He said: “It’s absolutely appalling, but they get away with it.

“Often I travel on London Road and see cars with prices in the windscreen left on yellow lines or the pavement.

“At the weekend I counted nearly 30 cars on yellow lines, in bays and one on the pavement, and none of them got a ticket – it’s not a level playing field.”

Alan Knapper, manager of the House of Cars dealership, said he was aware some dealerships flouted traffic laws.

He said: “We know it goes on, from one end of London Road to the other, and some people do take the mickey, but we’ve never needed to because we have a site that holds 47 cars.

“We only keep two cars in the bays in front of our driveways because, if someone decides to go to the pub and leave their car there for two days, it stops people coming in and out and looking around.”

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7:25am Fri 5 Sep 14

abd123 says...

That is a pretty poor attempt at a wind up. You should be more creative. You didn't even mention Hitler.
That is a pretty poor attempt at a wind up. You should be more creative. You didn't even mention Hitler. abd123
  • Score: 26

7:30am Fri 5 Sep 14

Eric the Red says...

Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.
Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please. Eric the Red
  • Score: 26

7:51am Fri 5 Sep 14

VeteranOfMany says...

This time tickets, next time TOW trucks, for too long these dodgy dealers, have parked where they like
This time tickets, next time TOW trucks, for too long these dodgy dealers, have parked where they like VeteranOfMany
  • Score: 24

8:12am Fri 5 Sep 14

CHRISTMAS CAROL says...

Not before time, why have they been allowed to get away with it for so long.
Not before time, why have they been allowed to get away with it for so long. CHRISTMAS CAROL
  • Score: 25

8:16am Fri 5 Sep 14

Thames Gateway says...

The issue of local streets being used as 'car show-rooms' seems to be quite widespread in the town, particularly in areas with a high foot-fall. Council needs to act in other areas too.
The issue of local streets being used as 'car show-rooms' seems to be quite widespread in the town, particularly in areas with a high foot-fall. Council needs to act in other areas too. Thames Gateway
  • Score: 21

8:21am Fri 5 Sep 14

Now listen for I have something to say says...

Total Nutcase wrote:
I park wherever I like. And even if I do get a ticket I just don't pay it. Nothing happens whatsoever. Some mug in a fancy dress costume is not telling me what I can or can't do.
Your the sort who'd have got a stanley blade in the wall of your tyre....you'd soon learn
[quote][p][bold]Total Nutcase[/bold] wrote: I park wherever I like. And even if I do get a ticket I just don't pay it. Nothing happens whatsoever. Some mug in a fancy dress costume is not telling me what I can or can't do.[/p][/quote]Your the sort who'd have got a stanley blade in the wall of your tyre....you'd soon learn Now listen for I have something to say
  • Score: 24

8:23am Fri 5 Sep 14

Keptquiettillnow says...

Eric the Red wrote:
Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.
Lets wait and see what happens, but great and long overdue.
[quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.[/p][/quote]Lets wait and see what happens, but great and long overdue. Keptquiettillnow
  • Score: 19

10:06am Fri 5 Sep 14

whateverhappened says...

Lets see Martin Terry deal with the permantly parked tesco lorry on the broadway that causes jams in both directions and seems to be invisable to the many wardens that seem to jump on anyone else stopping to use a cash point for 30 seconds..
Lets see Martin Terry deal with the permantly parked tesco lorry on the broadway that causes jams in both directions and seems to be invisable to the many wardens that seem to jump on anyone else stopping to use a cash point for 30 seconds.. whateverhappened
  • Score: 16

10:40am Fri 5 Sep 14

Robin Reliant says...

whateverhappened wrote:
Lets see Martin Terry deal with the permantly parked tesco lorry on the broadway that causes jams in both directions and seems to be invisable to the many wardens that seem to jump on anyone else stopping to use a cash point for 30 seconds..
Those using the cash point are lazy ar$ed, why not walk a little they are far worse than any delivery driver, the Tesco lorrys will have around 15 minutes grace to unload, although it should be done at set hours.
[quote][p][bold]whateverhappened[/bold] wrote: Lets see Martin Terry deal with the permantly parked tesco lorry on the broadway that causes jams in both directions and seems to be invisable to the many wardens that seem to jump on anyone else stopping to use a cash point for 30 seconds..[/p][/quote]Those using the cash point are lazy ar$ed, why not walk a little they are far worse than any delivery driver, the Tesco lorrys will have around 15 minutes grace to unload, although it should be done at set hours. Robin Reliant
  • Score: 3

11:10am Fri 5 Sep 14

rayleigh123 says...

Another thing that needs clamping down on is the people who park up their own drive but the back of the vehicle hangs out on the pavement.

I am not talking about a couple of feet - but covers the WHOLE pavement.

A guy brings his company van home near where i live - he blocks the whole pavement and people have to walk into the road.
Another thing that needs clamping down on is the people who park up their own drive but the back of the vehicle hangs out on the pavement. I am not talking about a couple of feet - but covers the WHOLE pavement. A guy brings his company van home near where i live - he blocks the whole pavement and people have to walk into the road. rayleigh123
  • Score: 21

11:38am Fri 5 Sep 14

sesibollox says...

rayleigh123 wrote:
Another thing that needs clamping down on is the people who park up their own drive but the back of the vehicle hangs out on the pavement.

I am not talking about a couple of feet - but covers the WHOLE pavement.

A guy brings his company van home near where i live - he blocks the whole pavement and people have to walk into the road.
Try to stick to the story in hand...
[quote][p][bold]rayleigh123[/bold] wrote: Another thing that needs clamping down on is the people who park up their own drive but the back of the vehicle hangs out on the pavement. I am not talking about a couple of feet - but covers the WHOLE pavement. A guy brings his company van home near where i live - he blocks the whole pavement and people have to walk into the road.[/p][/quote]Try to stick to the story in hand... sesibollox
  • Score: -16

11:50am Fri 5 Sep 14

whateverhappened says...

Robin Reliant wrote:
whateverhappened wrote: Lets see Martin Terry deal with the permantly parked tesco lorry on the broadway that causes jams in both directions and seems to be invisable to the many wardens that seem to jump on anyone else stopping to use a cash point for 30 seconds..
Those using the cash point are lazy ar$ed, why not walk a little they are far worse than any delivery driver, the Tesco lorrys will have around 15 minutes grace to unload, although it should be done at set hours.
I can assure you they take longer than 15minutes and they do have set times, it seems 12 hours between 7 am and 7 pm continuously
[quote][p][bold]Robin Reliant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]whateverhappened[/bold] wrote: Lets see Martin Terry deal with the permantly parked tesco lorry on the broadway that causes jams in both directions and seems to be invisable to the many wardens that seem to jump on anyone else stopping to use a cash point for 30 seconds..[/p][/quote]Those using the cash point are lazy ar$ed, why not walk a little they are far worse than any delivery driver, the Tesco lorrys will have around 15 minutes grace to unload, although it should be done at set hours.[/p][/quote]I can assure you they take longer than 15minutes and they do have set times, it seems 12 hours between 7 am and 7 pm continuously whateverhappened
  • Score: 10

1:08pm Fri 5 Sep 14

save southend says...

the wardens ignore the dealers ,it seems from what I was told today by SBC that dealers who park in time limit bays will not get tickets even after days , why, because its a different law , they will get a letter from the council, that should worry them .
Just buy some sale signs for your car and you can park in bays as long as you like , I was told such rubbish by SBC as they can have a few cars outside if they have to much stock and its a business so its different what crap, seems anything more than an old lady popping in a shop for a tin of cat food won't get a ticket
the wardens ignore the dealers ,it seems from what I was told today by SBC that dealers who park in time limit bays will not get tickets even after days , why, because its a different law , they will get a letter from the council, that should worry them . Just buy some sale signs for your car and you can park in bays as long as you like , I was told such rubbish by SBC as they can have a few cars outside if they have to much stock and its a business so its different what crap, seems anything more than an old lady popping in a shop for a tin of cat food won't get a ticket save southend
  • Score: 4

1:14pm Fri 5 Sep 14

save southend says...

The answer is simple the parking manager for SBC is called in and told sort this problem or your sacked , then the parking contractors are told the same any staff ignoring dealers cars are out and you loose the contract , simple but it won't happen as everyone is scared to actually do anything about a problem
The answer is simple the parking manager for SBC is called in and told sort this problem or your sacked , then the parking contractors are told the same any staff ignoring dealers cars are out and you loose the contract , simple but it won't happen as everyone is scared to actually do anything about a problem save southend
  • Score: 13

3:10pm Fri 5 Sep 14

ORACUS says...

APCOA are constantly looking for traffic wardens they are under staffed and have been failing to meet their contractual obligations for years maybe brown envelopes involved with the last administration.


http://www.apcoa.co.
uk/about-apcoa/caree
rs/current-vacancies
/view-job-offer.html
?tx_pxnews_pi3=203785&cHash=801976
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APCOA are constantly looking for traffic wardens they are under staffed and have been failing to meet their contractual obligations for years maybe brown envelopes involved with the last administration. http://www.apcoa.co. uk/about-apcoa/caree rs/current-vacancies /view-job-offer.html ?tx_pxnews_pi3[uid]=203785&cHash=801976 be0b2b005a5ccb507379 b6e243 ORACUS
  • Score: 5

3:36pm Fri 5 Sep 14

costa-del-blowfly says...

Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles. costa-del-blowfly
  • Score: 5

7:05pm Fri 5 Sep 14

John Bull 40 says...

Total Nutcase wrote:
I park wherever I like. And even if I do get a ticket I just don't pay it. Nothing happens whatsoever. Some mug in a fancy dress costume is not telling me what I can or can't do.
I bet you sing a different song if you ever go to hospital and some mug in
in a fancy dress costume ( eg a doctor) tells you that you need an operation
to save your life.
[quote][p][bold]Total Nutcase[/bold] wrote: I park wherever I like. And even if I do get a ticket I just don't pay it. Nothing happens whatsoever. Some mug in a fancy dress costume is not telling me what I can or can't do.[/p][/quote]I bet you sing a different song if you ever go to hospital and some mug in in a fancy dress costume ( eg a doctor) tells you that you need an operation to save your life. John Bull 40
  • Score: 11

9:13pm Fri 5 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

Eric the Red wrote:
Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.
Turd Street?
[quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.[/p][/quote]Turd Street? ThisYear
  • Score: -9

9:17pm Fri 5 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
[quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite? ThisYear
  • Score: -14

10:07pm Fri 5 Sep 14

the25man says...

costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Sounds good but dealerships don't register the cars in there names so any tickets are not enforceable. The only why is to tow them away
[quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Sounds good but dealerships don't register the cars in there names so any tickets are not enforceable. The only why is to tow them away the25man
  • Score: 4

11:53pm Fri 5 Sep 14

costa-del-blowfly says...

the25man wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Sounds good but dealerships don't register the cars in there names so any tickets are not enforceable. The only why is to tow them away
Then tow them away and charge the dealership to have them returned.

Job done.
[quote][p][bold]the25man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Sounds good but dealerships don't register the cars in there names so any tickets are not enforceable. The only why is to tow them away[/p][/quote]Then tow them away and charge the dealership to have them returned. Job done. costa-del-blowfly
  • Score: 5

11:58pm Fri 5 Sep 14

costa-del-blowfly says...

ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear. costa-del-blowfly
  • Score: 13

3:23am Sat 6 Sep 14

ORACUS says...

the25man wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Sounds good but dealerships don't register the cars in there names so any tickets are not enforceable. The only why is to tow them away
The law requires the previous owner and the dealer to sign section 9 of the V5C thus transferring responsibility to the dealer.
[quote][p][bold]the25man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Sounds good but dealerships don't register the cars in there names so any tickets are not enforceable. The only why is to tow them away[/p][/quote]The law requires the previous owner and the dealer to sign section 9 of the V5C thus transferring responsibility to the dealer. ORACUS
  • Score: 6

7:31am Sat 6 Sep 14

Robin Reliant says...

ORACUS wrote:
the25man wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Sounds good but dealerships don't register the cars in there names so any tickets are not enforceable. The only why is to tow them away
The law requires the previous owner and the dealer to sign section 9 of the V5C thus transferring responsibility to the dealer.
Not if its gone through several hands, its difficult to track down.
BUT with the new road tax laws coming into place soon the cars that are on the road will need taxing as existing tax is not transferable, so i am presuming that the vehicles will need to be registered to get taxed at the same time.
[quote][p][bold]ORACUS[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the25man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Sounds good but dealerships don't register the cars in there names so any tickets are not enforceable. The only why is to tow them away[/p][/quote]The law requires the previous owner and the dealer to sign section 9 of the V5C thus transferring responsibility to the dealer.[/p][/quote]Not if its gone through several hands, its difficult to track down. BUT with the new road tax laws coming into place soon the cars that are on the road will need taxing as existing tax is not transferable, so i am presuming that the vehicles will need to be registered to get taxed at the same time. Robin Reliant
  • Score: 5

10:09am Sat 6 Sep 14

Eric the Red says...

costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
That's why they've deleted all his posts on the Scumbags article.
[quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]That's why they've deleted all his posts on the Scumbags article. Eric the Red
  • Score: 3

11:05am Sat 6 Sep 14

sesibollox says...

Robin Reliant wrote:
ORACUS wrote:
the25man wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Sounds good but dealerships don't register the cars in there names so any tickets are not enforceable. The only why is to tow them away
The law requires the previous owner and the dealer to sign section 9 of the V5C thus transferring responsibility to the dealer.
Not if its gone through several hands, its difficult to track down.
BUT with the new road tax laws coming into place soon the cars that are on the road will need taxing as existing tax is not transferable, so i am presuming that the vehicles will need to be registered to get taxed at the same time.
Oh yes fantastic news the fines will explode into a fortune for the gov''t
[quote][p][bold]Robin Reliant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ORACUS[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the25man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Sounds good but dealerships don't register the cars in there names so any tickets are not enforceable. The only why is to tow them away[/p][/quote]The law requires the previous owner and the dealer to sign section 9 of the V5C thus transferring responsibility to the dealer.[/p][/quote]Not if its gone through several hands, its difficult to track down. BUT with the new road tax laws coming into place soon the cars that are on the road will need taxing as existing tax is not transferable, so i am presuming that the vehicles will need to be registered to get taxed at the same time.[/p][/quote]Oh yes fantastic news the fines will explode into a fortune for the gov''t sesibollox
  • Score: 2

11:13am Sat 6 Sep 14

MilesBond says...

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  • Score: 0

11:48am Sat 6 Sep 14

Eric the Red says...

ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.
Turd Street?
No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.[/p][/quote]Turd Street?[/p][/quote]No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys. Eric the Red
  • Score: 5

2:50pm Sat 6 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award!

Pillock
[quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award! Pillock ThisYear
  • Score: -8

2:53pm Sat 6 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

Eric the Red wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
That's why they've deleted all his posts on the Scumbags article.
I have never commented on an article about you or your type..I dont read the sun much and this paper seems to shy away from article's about racist scumbags..SO You are quite wrong in what you claim...but isn't that par for the course with you?
[quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]That's why they've deleted all his posts on the Scumbags article.[/p][/quote]I have never commented on an article about you or your type..I dont read the sun much and this paper seems to shy away from article's about racist scumbags..SO You are quite wrong in what you claim...but isn't that par for the course with you? ThisYear
  • Score: -13

2:58pm Sat 6 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

Eric the Red wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.
Turd Street?
No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.
You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.
[quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.[/p][/quote]Turd Street?[/p][/quote]No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.[/p][/quote]You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities. ThisYear
  • Score: -12

3:21pm Sat 6 Sep 14

Druggie Scumbag says...

ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.
Turd Street?
No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.
You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.
This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted.

Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.[/p][/quote]Turd Street?[/p][/quote]No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.[/p][/quote]You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.[/p][/quote]This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted. Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason. Druggie Scumbag
  • Score: 9

4:40pm Sat 6 Sep 14

costa-del-blowfly says...

ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award!

Pillock
Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award! Pillock[/p][/quote]Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off. costa-del-blowfly
  • Score: 9

5:16pm Sat 6 Sep 14

John Bull 40 says...

Total Nutcase wrote:
John Bull 40 wrote:
Total Nutcase wrote:
I park wherever I like. And even if I do get a ticket I just don't pay it. Nothing happens whatsoever. Some mug in a fancy dress costume is not telling me what I can or can't do.
I bet you sing a different song if you ever go to hospital and some mug in
in a fancy dress costume ( eg a doctor) tells you that you need an operation
to save your life.
That is totally irrelevant to this story. What the hell has a doctor got to do with a traffic warden. After I smash the living day light out of one of them one day they would be seeing a doctor I suppose, but besides that, your comment is not worthwhile.
Could you please give everyone a list of your silly names that you have used in the past, so that it would save everyone the bother of reading
your childish comments.
[quote][p][bold]Total Nutcase[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John Bull 40[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Total Nutcase[/bold] wrote: I park wherever I like. And even if I do get a ticket I just don't pay it. Nothing happens whatsoever. Some mug in a fancy dress costume is not telling me what I can or can't do.[/p][/quote]I bet you sing a different song if you ever go to hospital and some mug in in a fancy dress costume ( eg a doctor) tells you that you need an operation to save your life.[/p][/quote]That is totally irrelevant to this story. What the hell has a doctor got to do with a traffic warden. After I smash the living day light out of one of them one day they would be seeing a doctor I suppose, but besides that, your comment is not worthwhile.[/p][/quote]Could you please give everyone a list of your silly names that you have used in the past, so that it would save everyone the bother of reading your childish comments. John Bull 40
  • Score: 8

12:29am Sun 7 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award!

Pillock
Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.
So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.
[quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award! Pillock[/p][/quote]Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.[/p][/quote]So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create. ThisYear
  • Score: -8

12:36am Sun 7 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

Druggie Scumbag wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.
Turd Street?
No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.
You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.
This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted.

Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason.
" The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted"

And then you post

"My dealer always parks legally"

Divvy.
[quote][p][bold]Druggie Scumbag[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.[/p][/quote]Turd Street?[/p][/quote]No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.[/p][/quote]You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.[/p][/quote]This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted. Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason.[/p][/quote]" The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted" And then you post "My dealer always parks legally" Divvy. ThisYear
  • Score: -9

1:27am Sun 7 Sep 14

costa-del-blowfly says...

ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award!

Pillock
Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.
So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.
So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to.

I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award! Pillock[/p][/quote]Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.[/p][/quote]So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.[/p][/quote]So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to. I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong. costa-del-blowfly
  • Score: 8

10:28am Sun 7 Sep 14

Eric the Red says...

ThisYear wrote:
Druggie Scumbag wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.
Turd Street?
No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.
You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.
This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted.

Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason.
" The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted"

And then you post

"My dealer always parks legally"

Divvy.
Don't worry, mate. The Echo will soon erase your rants from this thread as well soon - pity they don't just ban you. There is a bed in an asylum waiting for YOU!
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Druggie Scumbag[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.[/p][/quote]Turd Street?[/p][/quote]No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.[/p][/quote]You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.[/p][/quote]This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted. Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason.[/p][/quote]" The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted" And then you post "My dealer always parks legally" Divvy.[/p][/quote]Don't worry, mate. The Echo will soon erase your rants from this thread as well soon - pity they don't just ban you. There is a bed in an asylum waiting for YOU! Eric the Red
  • Score: 7

11:00am Sun 7 Sep 14

Robin Reliant says...

In the mean time all those cars are back in parking bays as of Saturday.
In the mean time all those cars are back in parking bays as of Saturday. Robin Reliant
  • Score: 5

4:15pm Sun 7 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award!

Pillock
Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.
So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.
So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to.

I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.
You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post...

Now this mythical award?
[quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award! Pillock[/p][/quote]Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.[/p][/quote]So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.[/p][/quote]So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to. I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.[/p][/quote]You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post... Now this mythical award? ThisYear
  • Score: -9

4:18pm Sun 7 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

Eric the Red wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Druggie Scumbag wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.
Turd Street?
No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.
You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.
This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted.

Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason.
" The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted"

And then you post

"My dealer always parks legally"

Divvy.
Don't worry, mate. The Echo will soon erase your rants from this thread as well soon - pity they don't just ban you. There is a bed in an asylum waiting for YOU!
Well we can see how right you are in my posts being removed...but considering your use of racial abusive terms, it is amazing that the Echo has removed your posts ( I believe they have closed threads down because of them) but have allowed you to go on to racially abuse on other threads...there doesn't seem to be any logic to that decision by the Echo..
[quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Druggie Scumbag[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.[/p][/quote]Turd Street?[/p][/quote]No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.[/p][/quote]You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.[/p][/quote]This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted. Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason.[/p][/quote]" The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted" And then you post "My dealer always parks legally" Divvy.[/p][/quote]Don't worry, mate. The Echo will soon erase your rants from this thread as well soon - pity they don't just ban you. There is a bed in an asylum waiting for YOU![/p][/quote]Well we can see how right you are in my posts being removed...but considering your use of racial abusive terms, it is amazing that the Echo has removed your posts ( I believe they have closed threads down because of them) but have allowed you to go on to racially abuse on other threads...there doesn't seem to be any logic to that decision by the Echo.. ThisYear
  • Score: -5

4:41pm Sun 7 Sep 14

runwellian says...

In Scotland they don't mess about, be over time on your ticket or park where you shouldn't and your car is removed on he back of a lorry in the blink of an eye,
and you pay to get it back.

Parking bays should have time limits on them ... but we all know some parking attendants turn a blind eye!

I have seen many untaxed vehicles and the parking attendant walking by. Being untaxed is the same as being illegally parked!

Restrict the parking time and remove illegally parked vehicles, problem solved.
In Scotland they don't mess about, be over time on your ticket or park where you shouldn't and your car is removed on he back of a lorry in the blink of an eye, and you pay to get it back. Parking bays should have time limits on them ... but we all know some parking attendants turn a blind eye! I have seen many untaxed vehicles and the parking attendant walking by. Being untaxed is the same as being illegally parked! Restrict the parking time and remove illegally parked vehicles, problem solved. runwellian
  • Score: 1

5:42pm Sun 7 Sep 14

Eric the Red says...

ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Druggie Scumbag wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.
Turd Street?
No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.
You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.
This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted.

Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason.
" The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted"

And then you post

"My dealer always parks legally"

Divvy.
Don't worry, mate. The Echo will soon erase your rants from this thread as well soon - pity they don't just ban you. There is a bed in an asylum waiting for YOU!
Well we can see how right you are in my posts being removed...but considering your use of racial abusive terms, it is amazing that the Echo has removed your posts ( I believe they have closed threads down because of them) but have allowed you to go on to racially abuse on other threads...there doesn't seem to be any logic to that decision by the Echo..
The only person who gets threads closed down is YOU! Your personal insults and miss-played race card soon see to that.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Druggie Scumbag[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.[/p][/quote]Turd Street?[/p][/quote]No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.[/p][/quote]You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.[/p][/quote]This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted. Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason.[/p][/quote]" The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted" And then you post "My dealer always parks legally" Divvy.[/p][/quote]Don't worry, mate. The Echo will soon erase your rants from this thread as well soon - pity they don't just ban you. There is a bed in an asylum waiting for YOU![/p][/quote]Well we can see how right you are in my posts being removed...but considering your use of racial abusive terms, it is amazing that the Echo has removed your posts ( I believe they have closed threads down because of them) but have allowed you to go on to racially abuse on other threads...there doesn't seem to be any logic to that decision by the Echo..[/p][/quote]The only person who gets threads closed down is YOU! Your personal insults and miss-played race card soon see to that. Eric the Red
  • Score: 6

6:25pm Sun 7 Sep 14

costa-del-blowfly says...

ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award!

Pillock
Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.
So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.
So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to.

I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.
You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post...

Now this mythical award?
So, now it's sarcasm.

Are all of your posts sarcasm, or just the ones where you cannot provide any substance?
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award! Pillock[/p][/quote]Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.[/p][/quote]So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.[/p][/quote]So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to. I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.[/p][/quote]You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post... Now this mythical award?[/p][/quote]So, now it's sarcasm. Are all of your posts sarcasm, or just the ones where you cannot provide any substance? costa-del-blowfly
  • Score: 8

7:15pm Mon 8 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

Eric the Red wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Druggie Scumbag wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Eric the Red wrote:
Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.
Turd Street?
No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.
You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.
This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted.

Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason.
" The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted"

And then you post

"My dealer always parks legally"

Divvy.
Don't worry, mate. The Echo will soon erase your rants from this thread as well soon - pity they don't just ban you. There is a bed in an asylum waiting for YOU!
Well we can see how right you are in my posts being removed...but considering your use of racial abusive terms, it is amazing that the Echo has removed your posts ( I believe they have closed threads down because of them) but have allowed you to go on to racially abuse on other threads...there doesn't seem to be any logic to that decision by the Echo..
The only person who gets threads closed down is YOU! Your personal insults and miss-played race card soon see to that.
But but but....the threads where you have used racially abusive and offensive terms have been closed down...are you denying you have used a racially abusive and offensive term on here recently?

But dont worry the threads containing the illegal terms have been saved before that happened.
[quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Druggie Scumbag[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eric the Red[/bold] wrote: Blimey - they are going to prosecute pavement parkers! Can they start on my road, please.[/p][/quote]Turd Street?[/p][/quote]No - that's where you'll find all the poikeys.[/p][/quote]You usage of a racially offensive term has been saved and the editor and admin of the site made aware of it via a complaint and it will be brought to the attention of the proper authorities.[/p][/quote]This Year. The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted. Anyway, that apart. My dealer always parks legally and for a very good reason.[/p][/quote]" The most ridiculous little man to ever have posted" And then you post "My dealer always parks legally" Divvy.[/p][/quote]Don't worry, mate. The Echo will soon erase your rants from this thread as well soon - pity they don't just ban you. There is a bed in an asylum waiting for YOU![/p][/quote]Well we can see how right you are in my posts being removed...but considering your use of racial abusive terms, it is amazing that the Echo has removed your posts ( I believe they have closed threads down because of them) but have allowed you to go on to racially abuse on other threads...there doesn't seem to be any logic to that decision by the Echo..[/p][/quote]The only person who gets threads closed down is YOU! Your personal insults and miss-played race card soon see to that.[/p][/quote]But but but....the threads where you have used racially abusive and offensive terms have been closed down...are you denying you have used a racially abusive and offensive term on here recently? But dont worry the threads containing the illegal terms have been saved before that happened. ThisYear
  • Score: -5

7:17pm Mon 8 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award!

Pillock
Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.
So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.
So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to.

I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.
You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post...

Now this mythical award?
So, now it's sarcasm.

Are all of your posts sarcasm, or just the ones where you cannot provide any substance?
Oh dear oh lor...the post you have responded to read;

"Why not just restrict cars to the elite?"

Now it seems you felt that wasn't sarcasm but said in all seriousness..DER..
[quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award! Pillock[/p][/quote]Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.[/p][/quote]So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.[/p][/quote]So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to. I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.[/p][/quote]You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post... Now this mythical award?[/p][/quote]So, now it's sarcasm. Are all of your posts sarcasm, or just the ones where you cannot provide any substance?[/p][/quote]Oh dear oh lor...the post you have responded to read; "Why not just restrict cars to the elite?" Now it seems you felt that wasn't sarcasm but said in all seriousness..DER.. ThisYear
  • Score: -4

9:07pm Mon 8 Sep 14

costa-del-blowfly says...

ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award!

Pillock
Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.
So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.
So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to.

I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.
You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post...

Now this mythical award?
So, now it's sarcasm.

Are all of your posts sarcasm, or just the ones where you cannot provide any substance?
Oh dear oh lor...the post you have responded to read;

"Why not just restrict cars to the elite?"

Now it seems you felt that wasn't sarcasm but said in all seriousness..DER..
Well yes, I never felt (and still do not) that your post was in anyway a sarcastic comment, hence the tone of my response, or maybe you just didn't get that.

Unless made clear in the post, all comments have to be taken at face value. Or maybe all of the posts you respond to on this site are just sarcasm. Give that a thought.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award! Pillock[/p][/quote]Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.[/p][/quote]So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.[/p][/quote]So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to. I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.[/p][/quote]You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post... Now this mythical award?[/p][/quote]So, now it's sarcasm. Are all of your posts sarcasm, or just the ones where you cannot provide any substance?[/p][/quote]Oh dear oh lor...the post you have responded to read; "Why not just restrict cars to the elite?" Now it seems you felt that wasn't sarcasm but said in all seriousness..DER..[/p][/quote]Well yes, I never felt (and still do not) that your post was in anyway a sarcastic comment, hence the tone of my response, or maybe you just didn't get that. Unless made clear in the post, all comments have to be taken at face value. Or maybe all of the posts you respond to on this site are just sarcasm. Give that a thought. costa-del-blowfly
  • Score: 1

9:17pm Mon 8 Sep 14

ThisYear says...

costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award!

Pillock
Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.
So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.
So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to.

I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.
You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post...

Now this mythical award?
So, now it's sarcasm.

Are all of your posts sarcasm, or just the ones where you cannot provide any substance?
Oh dear oh lor...the post you have responded to read;

"Why not just restrict cars to the elite?"

Now it seems you felt that wasn't sarcasm but said in all seriousness..DER..
Well yes, I never felt (and still do not) that your post was in anyway a sarcastic comment, hence the tone of my response, or maybe you just didn't get that.

Unless made clear in the post, all comments have to be taken at face value. Or maybe all of the posts you respond to on this site are just sarcasm. Give that a thought.
Let me explain it to you...

The poster I was replying to was, to my mind, calling for more camera surveillance of people within the country..is the people of this country the most spied upon in the world?

So I, sarcastically, suggested that only the elite should be allowed to drive cars...thus doing away with extra camera surveillance..

Ged'it?
[quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award! Pillock[/p][/quote]Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.[/p][/quote]So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.[/p][/quote]So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to. I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.[/p][/quote]You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post... Now this mythical award?[/p][/quote]So, now it's sarcasm. Are all of your posts sarcasm, or just the ones where you cannot provide any substance?[/p][/quote]Oh dear oh lor...the post you have responded to read; "Why not just restrict cars to the elite?" Now it seems you felt that wasn't sarcasm but said in all seriousness..DER..[/p][/quote]Well yes, I never felt (and still do not) that your post was in anyway a sarcastic comment, hence the tone of my response, or maybe you just didn't get that. Unless made clear in the post, all comments have to be taken at face value. Or maybe all of the posts you respond to on this site are just sarcasm. Give that a thought.[/p][/quote]Let me explain it to you... The poster I was replying to was, to my mind, calling for more camera surveillance of people within the country..is the people of this country the most spied upon in the world? So I, sarcastically, suggested that only the elite should be allowed to drive cars...thus doing away with extra camera surveillance.. Ged'it? ThisYear
  • Score: -3

9:41pm Mon 8 Sep 14

costa-del-blowfly says...

ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
costa-del-blowfly wrote:
Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking.

Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing.

And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.
Why not just restrict cars to the elite?
And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to...

15 time winner, ThisYear.
The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award!

Pillock
Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.
So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.
So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to.

I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.
You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post...

Now this mythical award?
So, now it's sarcasm.

Are all of your posts sarcasm, or just the ones where you cannot provide any substance?
Oh dear oh lor...the post you have responded to read;

"Why not just restrict cars to the elite?"

Now it seems you felt that wasn't sarcasm but said in all seriousness..DER..
Well yes, I never felt (and still do not) that your post was in anyway a sarcastic comment, hence the tone of my response, or maybe you just didn't get that.

Unless made clear in the post, all comments have to be taken at face value. Or maybe all of the posts you respond to on this site are just sarcasm. Give that a thought.
Let me explain it to you...

The poster I was replying to was, to my mind, calling for more camera surveillance of people within the country..is the people of this country the most spied upon in the world?

So I, sarcastically, suggested that only the elite should be allowed to drive cars...thus doing away with extra camera surveillance..

Ged'it?
Thank you for confirming the ridiculousness of you initial post.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]costa-del-blowfly[/bold] wrote: Simple way to significantly reduce illegal and dangerous parking. Change the law so that car owners who persistently park illegally and/or dangerously are awarded points on their licence (the licence of the registered owner of the vehicle). If that means that the totting up process results in 12 points, then tough. It just means fewer ignorant drivers on our roads, which can't be a bad thing. And then enforce this through the use of camera vehicles.[/p][/quote]Why not just restrict cars to the elite?[/p][/quote]And the award for the most ridiculous post of the week goes to... 15 time winner, ThisYear.[/p][/quote]The fact there is no such award that you allure to would suggest that it is you who would be best awarded the non-exist award! Pillock[/p][/quote]Your username is at the top of your posts, so there's no need for the sign-off.[/p][/quote]So you accept that you deserved the mythical award you decided to create.[/p][/quote]So, you have had two chances to expand on your initial post, but failed/chosen not to. I suspect that there will be no expansion. And I am sure you will not prove me wrong.[/p][/quote]You are obvious lacking in the nous to detect sarcasm in my initial post... Now this mythical award?[/p][/quote]So, now it's sarcasm. Are all of your posts sarcasm, or just the ones where you cannot provide any substance?[/p][/quote]Oh dear oh lor...the post you have responded to read; "Why not just restrict cars to the elite?" Now it seems you felt that wasn't sarcasm but said in all seriousness..DER..[/p][/quote]Well yes, I never felt (and still do not) that your post was in anyway a sarcastic comment, hence the tone of my response, or maybe you just didn't get that. Unless made clear in the post, all comments have to be taken at face value. Or maybe all of the posts you respond to on this site are just sarcasm. Give that a thought.[/p][/quote]Let me explain it to you... The poster I was replying to was, to my mind, calling for more camera surveillance of people within the country..is the people of this country the most spied upon in the world? So I, sarcastically, suggested that only the elite should be allowed to drive cars...thus doing away with extra camera surveillance.. Ged'it?[/p][/quote]Thank you for confirming the ridiculousness of you initial post. costa-del-blowfly
  • Score: 10
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