Axeman goes on the rampage in South Green, Billericay

Echo: Axeman goes on the rampage Axeman goes on the rampage

AN axeman went on the rampage, trashing his neighbours homes and cars before holding the weapon to one woman’s throat.

Residents, living in the street where six houses and ten vehicles were damaged, told how they feared for their lives as the axeman went from home to home as they cowered inside.

Brave resident Dennis Stacey, fed up at the police reponse, confronted the axeman in a bid to get him to stop. His home and van were also later trashed.

Armed police eventually arrived and shot the man with rubber bullets from a baton gun before arresting him.

FULL STORY AND PICTURES IN FRIDAY'S ECHO

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7:20pm Thu 16 Feb 12

Soouthchurch59 says...

Would 'someone's upset' be classed as an understatement....
Would 'someone's upset' be classed as an understatement.... Soouthchurch59
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7:26pm Thu 16 Feb 12

Smagport says...

"...six houses and ten vehicles were left destroyed".

One man with an axe? Damaged, yes. Badly damaged, possibly. Destroyed? I don't think so!
"...six houses and ten vehicles were left destroyed". One man with an axe? Damaged, yes. Badly damaged, possibly. Destroyed? I don't think so! Smagport
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9:12pm Thu 16 Feb 12

xxxSummerxxx says...

I have never seen anything like it. I understand the guy had lost his Father and just flipped.I was a nervous wreak. Luckily My oh.h was home but one woman was home alone with two children as he smashed all her windows in.He smashed the house windows then a car and so down the street.Had great support from the police and good presence from them all day.This doesnt happen very often and its no reflection on where I live. The guy had been drinking and that mixed with grief seemed to send him over the edge. Other factors I know about but thats all Im prepared to say.
I have never seen anything like it. I understand the guy had lost his Father and just flipped.I was a nervous wreak. Luckily My oh.h was home but one woman was home alone with two children as he smashed all her windows in.He smashed the house windows then a car and so down the street.Had great support from the police and good presence from them all day.This doesnt happen very often and its no reflection on where I live. The guy had been drinking and that mixed with grief seemed to send him over the edge. Other factors I know about but thats all Im prepared to say. xxxSummerxxx
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9:12pm Thu 16 Feb 12

basmum says...

where was this?
where was this? basmum
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9:14pm Thu 16 Feb 12

basmum says...

basmum wrote:
where was this?
sorry didn't read above!
[quote][p][bold]basmum[/bold] wrote: where was this?[/p][/quote]sorry didn't read above! basmum
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9:17pm Thu 16 Feb 12

xxxSummerxxx says...

Patrica Gardens
Patrica Gardens xxxSummerxxx
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9:18pm Thu 16 Feb 12

xxxSummerxxx says...

Not a prob.
Not a prob. xxxSummerxxx
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10:23pm Thu 16 Feb 12

perini says...

Should have used real bullets!
Should have used real bullets! perini
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10:45pm Thu 16 Feb 12

Brunning999 says...

Don't worry he will get 5 minutes imprisonment a 3 minute degree and all the help needed by the welfare created socialist state.

Then he will be free to write anti Police propaganda of this site.
Don't worry he will get 5 minutes imprisonment a 3 minute degree and all the help needed by the welfare created socialist state. Then he will be free to write anti Police propaganda of this site. Brunning999
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11:24pm Thu 16 Feb 12

perini says...

Brunning999 wrote:
Don't worry he will get 5 minutes imprisonment a 3 minute degree and all the help needed by the welfare created socialist state.

Then he will be free to write anti Police propaganda of this site.
I was going to call you cynical but now I probably agree!
[quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: Don't worry he will get 5 minutes imprisonment a 3 minute degree and all the help needed by the welfare created socialist state. Then he will be free to write anti Police propaganda of this site.[/p][/quote]I was going to call you cynical but now I probably agree! perini
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1:53am Fri 17 Feb 12

alert says...

yes there is quite a trail of destruction in the street looked like a bomb had gone off.glass everywhere but to say homes where destroyed is a slightly over the top, although they have all had their windows now boarded up.lots of damaged abounded cars in street most have been taken away on the backs of salvage lorries.
yes there is quite a trail of destruction in the street looked like a bomb had gone off.glass everywhere but to say homes where destroyed is a slightly over the top, although they have all had their windows now boarded up.lots of damaged abounded cars in street most have been taken away on the backs of salvage lorries. alert
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1:57am Fri 17 Feb 12

alert says...

yes there is quite a trail of destruction in the street looked like a bomb had gone off.glass everywhere but to say homes where destroyed is a slightly over the top, although they have all had their windows now boarded up.lots of damaged abounded cars in street most have been taken away on the backs of salvage lorries.
yes there is quite a trail of destruction in the street looked like a bomb had gone off.glass everywhere but to say homes where destroyed is a slightly over the top, although they have all had their windows now boarded up.lots of damaged abounded cars in street most have been taken away on the backs of salvage lorries. alert
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8:07am Fri 17 Feb 12

xxxSummerxxx says...

Lets not let the press wording of this incident take away the fear that residents felt in this street.

Thank you
Lets not let the press wording of this incident take away the fear that residents felt in this street. Thank you xxxSummerxxx
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8:30am Fri 17 Feb 12

Bye-Bye says...

Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.
Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge. Bye-Bye
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8:48am Fri 17 Feb 12

Mr Chips says...

Dennis Stacey is a bit of a have-a-go hero - or alternatively the most fearless lunatic in the world.
Dennis Stacey is a bit of a have-a-go hero - or alternatively the most fearless lunatic in the world. Mr Chips
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8:56am Fri 17 Feb 12

Pikey111 says...

Bye-Bye wrote:
Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.
Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ?
Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Bye-Bye[/bold] wrote: Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.[/p][/quote]Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ? Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-) Pikey111
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9:07am Fri 17 Feb 12

Brunning999 says...

Pikey111 wrote:
Bye-Bye wrote:
Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.
Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ?
Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)
He is travelling!!!! Unlike all his relatives.
[quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bye-Bye[/bold] wrote: Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.[/p][/quote]Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ? Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)[/p][/quote]He is travelling!!!! Unlike all his relatives. Brunning999
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9:44am Fri 17 Feb 12

Alan Jacobs says...

Marvellous , another lunatic living in South Green.
Probably a mate of that nutjob skinny woman with the long blond hair and peaked hat who wanders around the area...........
Marvellous , another lunatic living in South Green. Probably a mate of that nutjob skinny woman with the long blond hair and peaked hat who wanders around the area........... Alan Jacobs
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11:24am Fri 17 Feb 12

JuliaM says...

US version: ”Bad boys, bad boys, what ya gonna do, what ya gonna do when we come for you…”

Southend version: ”….eventually”
US version: ”Bad boys, bad boys, what ya gonna do, what ya gonna do when we come for you…” Southend version: ”….eventually” JuliaM
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12:14pm Fri 17 Feb 12

SSRoscoe says...

JuliaM wrote:
US version: ”Bad boys, bad boys, what ya gonna do, what ya gonna do when we come for you…”

Southend version: ”….eventually”
It was in Southgreen love not Southend! lol
[quote][p][bold]JuliaM[/bold] wrote: US version: ”Bad boys, bad boys, what ya gonna do, what ya gonna do when we come for you…” Southend version: ”….eventually”[/p][/quote]It was in Southgreen love not Southend! lol SSRoscoe
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12:22pm Fri 17 Feb 12

muffindamule says...

SSRoscoe wrote:
JuliaM wrote:
US version: ”Bad boys, bad boys, what ya gonna do, what ya gonna do when we come for you…”

Southend version: ”….eventually”
It was in Southgreen love not Southend! lol
In Julia's defence I would like to point out that South Green is to Billericay what Southend is to Essex (i.e the pits) !
[quote][p][bold]SSRoscoe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JuliaM[/bold] wrote: US version: ”Bad boys, bad boys, what ya gonna do, what ya gonna do when we come for you…” Southend version: ”….eventually”[/p][/quote]It was in Southgreen love not Southend! lol[/p][/quote]In Julia's defence I would like to point out that South Green is to Billericay what Southend is to Essex (i.e the pits) ! muffindamule
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12:40pm Fri 17 Feb 12

The Cater Wood Creeper says...

when are Ball,Tomlin, Blake and Co., going to sell the green bit of South Green to their best mates the builders?
when are Ball,Tomlin, Blake and Co., going to sell the green bit of South Green to their best mates the builders? The Cater Wood Creeper
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1:40pm Fri 17 Feb 12

muffindamule says...

The Cater Wood Creeper wrote:
when are Ball,Tomlin, Blake and Co., going to sell the green bit of South Green to their best mates the builders?
The green is covered in dog's muck and used condoms. There's a madman with an axe lives just around the corner too. Not good selling points but I hear others have expressed an interest in making it their 'temporary' home regardless.
[quote][p][bold]The Cater Wood Creeper[/bold] wrote: when are Ball,Tomlin, Blake and Co., going to sell the green bit of South Green to their best mates the builders?[/p][/quote]The green is covered in dog's muck and used condoms. There's a madman with an axe lives just around the corner too. Not good selling points but I hear others have expressed an interest in making it their 'temporary' home regardless. muffindamule
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1:40pm Fri 17 Feb 12

Leighdweller says...

I'm reading this article now (Friday 1.38pm), and looking at some of the initial commenst that have been posted, it looks like the Echo are using the readers and contributrs to this forum as unpaid editors.

Looks like the story has been corrected on a couple of points.

Wouldn't it just be simpler if they checked what they were going to publish before releasing it?
I'm reading this article now (Friday 1.38pm), and looking at some of the initial commenst that have been posted, it looks like the Echo are using the readers and contributrs to this forum as unpaid editors. Looks like the story has been corrected on a couple of points. Wouldn't it just be simpler if they checked what they were going to publish before releasing it? Leighdweller
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1:49pm Fri 17 Feb 12

muffindamule says...

Leighdweller wrote:
I'm reading this article now (Friday 1.38pm), and looking at some of the initial commenst that have been posted, it looks like the Echo are using the readers and contributrs to this forum as unpaid editors.

Looks like the story has been corrected on a couple of points.

Wouldn't it just be simpler if they checked what they were going to publish before releasing it?
It probably wouldn't be actually. They don't have to pay their readers !

They still haven't corrected the spelling of what I assume should read response as opposed to reponse. :-)
[quote][p][bold]Leighdweller[/bold] wrote: I'm reading this article now (Friday 1.38pm), and looking at some of the initial commenst that have been posted, it looks like the Echo are using the readers and contributrs to this forum as unpaid editors. Looks like the story has been corrected on a couple of points. Wouldn't it just be simpler if they checked what they were going to publish before releasing it?[/p][/quote]It probably wouldn't be actually. They don't have to pay their readers ! They still haven't corrected the spelling of what I assume should read response as opposed to reponse. :-) muffindamule
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2:06pm Fri 17 Feb 12

Soouthchurch59 says...

I lived in a children’s home in Billlericay High Street, and seem to remember, that outside the launderette in South Green, would be the meeting place for myself and others, before we'd embark on whatever nefarious activities we might have had planned.

It seems as though little has changed since the early Nineteen Seventies.
I lived in a children’s home in Billlericay High Street, and seem to remember, that outside the launderette in South Green, would be the meeting place for myself and others, before we'd embark on whatever nefarious activities we might have had planned. It seems as though little has changed since the early Nineteen Seventies. Soouthchurch59
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2:08pm Fri 17 Feb 12

Smagport says...

Alan Jacobs wrote:
Marvellous , another lunatic living in South Green.
Probably a mate of that nutjob skinny woman with the long blond hair and peaked hat who wanders around the area...........
That sounds like my aunty Mary. She's harmless enough. Where has Rambling Sid Rumpole gone? Perhaps he's banged up. My aunty said the other day that she's like to be banged up. I think she meant knocked up but one can never be sure with her.
[quote][p][bold]Alan Jacobs[/bold] wrote: Marvellous , another lunatic living in South Green. Probably a mate of that nutjob skinny woman with the long blond hair and peaked hat who wanders around the area...........[/p][/quote]That sounds like my aunty Mary. She's harmless enough. Where has Rambling Sid Rumpole gone? Perhaps he's banged up. My aunty said the other day that she's like to be banged up. I think she meant knocked up but one can never be sure with her. Smagport
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2:39pm Fri 17 Feb 12

JuliaM says...

muffindamule wrote:
SSRoscoe wrote:
JuliaM wrote: US version: ”Bad boys, bad boys, what ya gonna do, what ya gonna do when we come for you…” Southend version: ”….eventually”
It was in Southgreen love not Southend! lol
In Julia's defence I would like to point out that South Green is to Billericay what Southend is to Essex (i.e the pits) !
Cheers! ;)
[quote][p][bold]muffindamule[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SSRoscoe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JuliaM[/bold] wrote: US version: ”Bad boys, bad boys, what ya gonna do, what ya gonna do when we come for you…” Southend version: ”….eventually”[/p][/quote]It was in Southgreen love not Southend! lol[/p][/quote]In Julia's defence I would like to point out that South Green is to Billericay what Southend is to Essex (i.e the pits) ![/p][/quote]Cheers! ;) JuliaM
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2:42pm Fri 17 Feb 12

Firestormgjc says...

Soouthchurch59 wrote:
I lived in a children’s home in Billlericay High Street, and seem to remember, that outside the launderette in South Green, would be the meeting place for myself and others, before we'd embark on whatever nefarious activities we might have had planned. It seems as though little has changed since the early Nineteen Seventies.
I grew up in South green in the late 60's and 70's , It was never particularly bad as I recall, the odd dodgy lot but nothing too dramatic

Billericay or Mayflower Southchurch59 ?
[quote][p][bold]Soouthchurch59[/bold] wrote: I lived in a children’s home in Billlericay High Street, and seem to remember, that outside the launderette in South Green, would be the meeting place for myself and others, before we'd embark on whatever nefarious activities we might have had planned. It seems as though little has changed since the early Nineteen Seventies.[/p][/quote]I grew up in South green in the late 60's and 70's , It was never particularly bad as I recall, the odd dodgy lot but nothing too dramatic Billericay or Mayflower Southchurch59 ? Firestormgjc
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7:06pm Fri 17 Feb 12

its only fair says...

well done mr have a go stacey all you seem to have done is make the situation worse !! and got your own van and house smashed up !!! leave it to the police people like you really make things worse you should have stayed indoors with ya trainset ... for what use you were !!!
well done mr have a go stacey all you seem to have done is make the situation worse !! and got your own van and house smashed up !!! leave it to the police people like you really make things worse you should have stayed indoors with ya trainset ... for what use you were !!! its only fair
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7:45pm Fri 17 Feb 12

Soouthchurch59 says...

Firestormgjc wrote:
Soouthchurch59 wrote:
I lived in a children’s home in Billlericay High Street, and seem to remember, that outside the launderette in South Green, would be the meeting place for myself and others, before we'd embark on whatever nefarious activities we might have had planned. It seems as though little has changed since the early Nineteen Seventies.
I grew up in South green in the late 60's and 70's , It was never particularly bad as I recall, the odd dodgy lot but nothing too dramatic

Billericay or Mayflower Southchurch59 ?
I was the only one in the home that was sent to Mayflower. It was deemed that my influence on the others (from the home) wasn't seen as conducive to learning.
[quote][p][bold]Firestormgjc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Soouthchurch59[/bold] wrote: I lived in a children’s home in Billlericay High Street, and seem to remember, that outside the launderette in South Green, would be the meeting place for myself and others, before we'd embark on whatever nefarious activities we might have had planned. It seems as though little has changed since the early Nineteen Seventies.[/p][/quote]I grew up in South green in the late 60's and 70's , It was never particularly bad as I recall, the odd dodgy lot but nothing too dramatic Billericay or Mayflower Southchurch59 ?[/p][/quote]I was the only one in the home that was sent to Mayflower. It was deemed that my influence on the others (from the home) wasn't seen as conducive to learning. Soouthchurch59
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8:59pm Fri 17 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Bye-Bye wrote:
Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.
Id say this kind of behaviour wouldn't be Traveller led and indeed wasn't!
[quote][p][bold]Bye-Bye[/bold] wrote: Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.[/p][/quote]Id say this kind of behaviour wouldn't be Traveller led and indeed wasn't! katch22
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9:00pm Fri 17 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Pikey111 wrote:
Bye-Bye wrote:
Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.
Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ?
Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)
Im sure you name will be looked at in great detail as well as your posts.
[quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bye-Bye[/bold] wrote: Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.[/p][/quote]Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ? Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)[/p][/quote]Im sure you name will be looked at in great detail as well as your posts. katch22
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9:03pm Fri 17 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Brunning999 wrote:
Pikey111 wrote:
Bye-Bye wrote:
Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.
Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ?
Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)
He is travelling!!!! Unlike all his relatives.
Poor soul, you have never been able to get to grips with the notion of a given epithet have you?
[quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bye-Bye[/bold] wrote: Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.[/p][/quote]Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ? Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)[/p][/quote]He is travelling!!!! Unlike all his relatives.[/p][/quote]Poor soul, you have never been able to get to grips with the notion of a given epithet have you? katch22
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9:06pm Fri 17 Feb 12

katch22 says...

The Cater Wood Creeper wrote:
when are Ball,Tomlin, Blake and Co., going to sell the green bit of South Green to their best mates the builders?
In time!
[quote][p][bold]The Cater Wood Creeper[/bold] wrote: when are Ball,Tomlin, Blake and Co., going to sell the green bit of South Green to their best mates the builders?[/p][/quote]In time! katch22
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9:08pm Fri 17 Feb 12

katch22 says...

muffindamule wrote:
The Cater Wood Creeper wrote:
when are Ball,Tomlin, Blake and Co., going to sell the green bit of South Green to their best mates the builders?
The green is covered in dog's muck and used condoms. There's a madman with an axe lives just around the corner too. Not good selling points but I hear others have expressed an interest in making it their 'temporary' home regardless.
You seem to hear a lot of things but when pressed to provide evidence of what you hear or say you suddenly revert to normal and become dumb.
[quote][p][bold]muffindamule[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Cater Wood Creeper[/bold] wrote: when are Ball,Tomlin, Blake and Co., going to sell the green bit of South Green to their best mates the builders?[/p][/quote]The green is covered in dog's muck and used condoms. There's a madman with an axe lives just around the corner too. Not good selling points but I hear others have expressed an interest in making it their 'temporary' home regardless.[/p][/quote]You seem to hear a lot of things but when pressed to provide evidence of what you hear or say you suddenly revert to normal and become dumb. katch22
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9:11pm Fri 17 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Smagport wrote:
Alan Jacobs wrote:
Marvellous , another lunatic living in South Green.
Probably a mate of that nutjob skinny woman with the long blond hair and peaked hat who wanders around the area...........
That sounds like my aunty Mary. She's harmless enough. Where has Rambling Sid Rumpole gone? Perhaps he's banged up. My aunty said the other day that she's like to be banged up. I think she meant knocked up but one can never be sure with her.
Glad to see your amazing wit hasn't deserted and you still post it while holding back on your usual style of posting. Will wonders never cease.
[quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan Jacobs[/bold] wrote: Marvellous , another lunatic living in South Green. Probably a mate of that nutjob skinny woman with the long blond hair and peaked hat who wanders around the area...........[/p][/quote]That sounds like my aunty Mary. She's harmless enough. Where has Rambling Sid Rumpole gone? Perhaps he's banged up. My aunty said the other day that she's like to be banged up. I think she meant knocked up but one can never be sure with her.[/p][/quote]Glad to see your amazing wit hasn't deserted and you still post it while holding back on your usual style of posting. Will wonders never cease. katch22
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9:36pm Fri 17 Feb 12

Pikey111 says...

katch22 wrote:
Pikey111 wrote:
Bye-Bye wrote:
Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.
Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ?
Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)
Im sure you name will be looked at in great detail as well as your posts.
Ah, Minger, you have returned as predicted ! Katch22 now is it ? Which character have you chosen to play for us ? Milo Minderbinder would probably suit you best but I'll stick with Rambling Sid Rumpole in recognition of your past performances.
[quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bye-Bye[/bold] wrote: Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.[/p][/quote]Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ? Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)[/p][/quote]Im sure you name will be looked at in great detail as well as your posts.[/p][/quote]Ah, Minger, you have returned as predicted ! Katch22 now is it ? Which character have you chosen to play for us ? Milo Minderbinder would probably suit you best but I'll stick with Rambling Sid Rumpole in recognition of your past performances. Pikey111
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10:05pm Fri 17 Feb 12

Bye-Bye says...

Pikey111 wrote:
katch22 wrote:
Pikey111 wrote:
Bye-Bye wrote:
Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.
Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ?
Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)
Im sure you name will be looked at in great detail as well as your posts.
Ah, Minger, you have returned as predicted ! Katch22 now is it ? Which character have you chosen to play for us ? Milo Minderbinder would probably suit you best but I'll stick with Rambling Sid Rumpole in recognition of your past performances.
Welcome back pikey mincer!!
[quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bye-Bye[/bold] wrote: Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.[/p][/quote]Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ? Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)[/p][/quote]Im sure you name will be looked at in great detail as well as your posts.[/p][/quote]Ah, Minger, you have returned as predicted ! Katch22 now is it ? Which character have you chosen to play for us ? Milo Minderbinder would probably suit you best but I'll stick with Rambling Sid Rumpole in recognition of your past performances.[/p][/quote]Welcome back pikey mincer!! Bye-Bye
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10:26pm Fri 17 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Pikey111 wrote:
katch22 wrote:
Pikey111 wrote:
Bye-Bye wrote:
Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.
Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ?
Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)
Im sure you name will be looked at in great detail as well as your posts.
Ah, Minger, you have returned as predicted ! Katch22 now is it ? Which character have you chosen to play for us ? Milo Minderbinder would probably suit you best but I'll stick with Rambling Sid Rumpole in recognition of your past performances.
it would seem you are mistaken but that serves a purpose.
[quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bye-Bye[/bold] wrote: Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.[/p][/quote]Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ? Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)[/p][/quote]Im sure you name will be looked at in great detail as well as your posts.[/p][/quote]Ah, Minger, you have returned as predicted ! Katch22 now is it ? Which character have you chosen to play for us ? Milo Minderbinder would probably suit you best but I'll stick with Rambling Sid Rumpole in recognition of your past performances.[/p][/quote]it would seem you are mistaken but that serves a purpose. katch22
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10:27pm Fri 17 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Bye-Bye wrote:
Pikey111 wrote:
katch22 wrote:
Pikey111 wrote:
Bye-Bye wrote:
Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.
Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ?
Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)
Im sure you name will be looked at in great detail as well as your posts.
Ah, Minger, you have returned as predicted ! Katch22 now is it ? Which character have you chosen to play for us ? Milo Minderbinder would probably suit you best but I'll stick with Rambling Sid Rumpole in recognition of your past performances.
Welcome back pikey mincer!!
mincer? what are you suggesting with the usage of that term?
[quote][p][bold]Bye-Bye[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bye-Bye[/bold] wrote: Was it Mincer? He finally got tipped over the edge.[/p][/quote]Displaying his inbred aversion to bricks and mortar perhaps ? Conspicuous by his absence isn't he ? Apparently he's been blocked but is expected to appear under yet another new user name soon. I've offered him mine to be going on with. ;-)[/p][/quote]Im sure you name will be looked at in great detail as well as your posts.[/p][/quote]Ah, Minger, you have returned as predicted ! Katch22 now is it ? Which character have you chosen to play for us ? Milo Minderbinder would probably suit you best but I'll stick with Rambling Sid Rumpole in recognition of your past performances.[/p][/quote]Welcome back pikey mincer!![/p][/quote]mincer? what are you suggesting with the usage of that term? katch22
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11:40pm Fri 17 Feb 12

JB1986 says...

What's the point in the police carrying cs gas to deal with armed violent offenders but sit and watch the incident occurring. If the axe man was attacking their car I reckon they would have got out and dealt with him.

It was an axe not a a gun - gas him then cuff him job done
What's the point in the police carrying cs gas to deal with armed violent offenders but sit and watch the incident occurring. If the axe man was attacking their car I reckon they would have got out and dealt with him. It was an axe not a a gun - gas him then cuff him job done JB1986
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7:45am Sat 18 Feb 12

Nick BURTON says...

Essex Police........they don,t have the staff.........too busy pen pushing and chasing targets that make the managers look good....ha
Essex Police........they don,t have the staff.........too busy pen pushing and chasing targets that make the managers look good....ha Nick BURTON
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8:35am Sat 18 Feb 12

boyracer_20yrs old says...

Nick BURTON wrote:
Essex Police........they don,t have the staff.........too busy pen pushing and chasing targets that make the managers look good....ha
speeding motorists comes to mind.
[quote][p][bold]Nick BURTON[/bold] wrote: Essex Police........they don,t have the staff.........too busy pen pushing and chasing targets that make the managers look good....ha[/p][/quote]speeding motorists comes to mind. boyracer_20yrs old
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2:56pm Sat 18 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Surely anyone carrying an axe in public can be arrested immediately!
Surely anyone carrying an axe in public can be arrested immediately! katch22
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5:22pm Sat 18 Feb 12

naughtyladyofshadylane says...

I came on here to be facetious/cynical but others beat me to it, I was gonna say only 18, he will be let off immediately. And muffindamule where do you live? dont appreciate your slurring those places , I lived in Billericay once,for many years, not actually South Green though, but I know people from there ! and Southend too !! It takes all sorts, its never the place it is always the PEOPLE. I read he was arrested, was he bailed too??
I came on here to be facetious/cynical but others beat me to it, I was gonna say only 18, he will be let off immediately. And muffindamule where do you live? dont appreciate your slurring those places , I lived in Billericay once,for many years, not actually South Green though, but I know people from there ! and Southend too !! It takes all sorts, its never the place it is always the PEOPLE. I read he was arrested, was he bailed too?? naughtyladyofshadylane
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5:38pm Sat 18 Feb 12

Smagport says...

katch22 wrote:
Surely anyone carrying an axe in public can be arrested immediately!
In the circumstances of this case most certainly. Had it been a law abiding citizen such as myself carrying an axe from the hardware shop to my home, then no. As with much of the law (not all, granted) it is very much a matter of common sense.
[quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: Surely anyone carrying an axe in public can be arrested immediately![/p][/quote]In the circumstances of this case most certainly. Had it been a law abiding citizen such as myself carrying an axe from the hardware shop to my home, then no. As with much of the law (not all, granted) it is very much a matter of common sense. Smagport
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6:31pm Sat 18 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Smagport wrote:
katch22 wrote:
Surely anyone carrying an axe in public can be arrested immediately!
In the circumstances of this case most certainly. Had it been a law abiding citizen such as myself carrying an axe from the hardware shop to my home, then no. As with much of the law (not all, granted) it is very much a matter of common sense.
Of course people seeing you with such a implement would have to accept you were indeed "law abiding" before they felt comfortable, how they are to come to any conclusion might be a problem! Reading post on here might or might not help people make their minds up.
[quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: Surely anyone carrying an axe in public can be arrested immediately![/p][/quote]In the circumstances of this case most certainly. Had it been a law abiding citizen such as myself carrying an axe from the hardware shop to my home, then no. As with much of the law (not all, granted) it is very much a matter of common sense.[/p][/quote]Of course people seeing you with such a implement would have to accept you were indeed "law abiding" before they felt comfortable, how they are to come to any conclusion might be a problem! Reading post on here might or might not help people make their minds up. katch22
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7:27pm Sat 18 Feb 12

muffindamule says...

naughtyladyofshadyla
ne
wrote:
I came on here to be facetious/cynical but others beat me to it, I was gonna say only 18, he will be let off immediately. And muffindamule where do you live? dont appreciate your slurring those places , I lived in Billericay once,for many years, not actually South Green though, but I know people from there ! and Southend too !! It takes all sorts, its never the place it is always the PEOPLE. I read he was arrested, was he bailed too??
Hallo again naughtylady !
I do not wish to give away too many details but I can assure you that my knowledge of South Green is first hand. I lived in the notorious Passingham Avenue from the late 1950s for some years as a child before moving to another part of South Green where I spent the rest of my formative years. I still visit the old green there from time to time and am always amazed at how the dog's mess (I was infamous for treading in it as a child) shows a resilience second to no other dog's mess in the county. I swear some of those piles have been there for decades ! The same thing goes for the used condoms but I have to admit they looked a lot larger to me back in the 1960s. Perhaps they shrink with age as I have done.

With regards Southend, I confess that my connections are somewhat more tenuous. I used to visit the town quite regularly but tend to give it as wide a berth as possible these days. I must say that the new airport with its flights to Amsterdam are mighty appealing and an undeniable asset. In fact any mode of transport out of Southend has to be a good thing in my opinion.


As for the Axe Man, well, what can one say ? I doubt such an incident would have occured in the more civilised parts of Billericay. For one thing most places have gas central heating these days so there's little need to keep an axe in the house.

As you rightly say, it is people that make places. Maybe my early presence was a deciding factor in making South Green what it was and remains to this day. ;-)
[quote][p][bold]naughtyladyofshadyla ne[/bold] wrote: I came on here to be facetious/cynical but others beat me to it, I was gonna say only 18, he will be let off immediately. And muffindamule where do you live? dont appreciate your slurring those places , I lived in Billericay once,for many years, not actually South Green though, but I know people from there ! and Southend too !! It takes all sorts, its never the place it is always the PEOPLE. I read he was arrested, was he bailed too??[/p][/quote]Hallo again naughtylady ! I do not wish to give away too many details but I can assure you that my knowledge of South Green is first hand. I lived in the notorious Passingham Avenue from the late 1950s for some years as a child before moving to another part of South Green where I spent the rest of my formative years. I still visit the old green there from time to time and am always amazed at how the dog's mess (I was infamous for treading in it as a child) shows a resilience second to no other dog's mess in the county. I swear some of those piles have been there for decades ! The same thing goes for the used condoms but I have to admit they looked a lot larger to me back in the 1960s. Perhaps they shrink with age as I have done. With regards Southend, I confess that my connections are somewhat more tenuous. I used to visit the town quite regularly but tend to give it as wide a berth as possible these days. I must say that the new airport with its flights to Amsterdam are mighty appealing and an undeniable asset. In fact any mode of transport out of Southend has to be a good thing in my opinion. As for the Axe Man, well, what can one say ? I doubt such an incident would have occured in the more civilised parts of Billericay. For one thing most places have gas central heating these days so there's little need to keep an axe in the house. As you rightly say, it is people that make places. Maybe my early presence was a deciding factor in making South Green what it was and remains to this day. ;-) muffindamule
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8:06pm Sat 18 Feb 12

Smagport says...

@ Muffindamule:
I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess.

I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles.

On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf.

If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.
@ Muffindamule: I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess. I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles. On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf. If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them. Smagport
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8:14pm Sat 18 Feb 12

muffindamule says...

@Smagport
Perhaps you will remember little Johnny Greene from Grange Road ? A very offensive young man if ever there was one. It is said he was named after the circumstances of his conception.
@Smagport Perhaps you will remember little Johnny Greene from Grange Road ? A very offensive young man if ever there was one. It is said he was named after the circumstances of his conception. muffindamule
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8:24pm Sat 18 Feb 12

Smagport says...

muffindamule wrote:
@Smagport
Perhaps you will remember little Johnny Greene from Grange Road ? A very offensive young man if ever there was one. It is said he was named after the circumstances of his conception.
Are you sure you don't mean Johnny Cumlately? His mum was a friend of my aunty Mary.
[quote][p][bold]muffindamule[/bold] wrote: @Smagport Perhaps you will remember little Johnny Greene from Grange Road ? A very offensive young man if ever there was one. It is said he was named after the circumstances of his conception.[/p][/quote]Are you sure you don't mean Johnny Cumlately? His mum was a friend of my aunty Mary. Smagport
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8:26pm Sat 18 Feb 12

@rose:-) says...

Smagport wrote:
@ Muffindamule:
I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess.

I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles.

On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf.

If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.
ha ha how can you turn this into a thread about travellers ...hellooo ..mad axeman on the loose ....lmao.
[quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: @ Muffindamule: I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess. I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles. On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf. If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.[/p][/quote]ha ha how can you turn this into a thread about travellers ...hellooo ..mad axeman on the loose ....lmao. @rose:-)
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8:45pm Sat 18 Feb 12

CampConstant says...

South Green ? Don't make me laugh. Place is overrun with axe-wielding savages. Even the police have to resort to baton guns. Surprised they didn't use their tasers again. Nah, I'm choosy. Outwood Common for me. Plenty of good grazing there too !
South Green ? Don't make me laugh. Place is overrun with axe-wielding savages. Even the police have to resort to baton guns. Surprised they didn't use their tasers again. Nah, I'm choosy. Outwood Common for me. Plenty of good grazing there too ! CampConstant
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9:02pm Sat 18 Feb 12

Pikey111 says...

CampConstant wrote:
South Green ? Don't make me laugh. Place is overrun with axe-wielding savages. Even the police have to resort to baton guns. Surprised they didn't use their tasers again. Nah, I'm choosy. Outwood Common for me. Plenty of good grazing there too !
What ? I hope that is some kind of a joke! Prety sick one if it is,.

I hope the good people of Patricia Gardens have got everything sorted now. Miust have been a shocking experiance. Is the bloke still in custody or have they let him out to terrorize the rest of the town?.
[quote][p][bold]CampConstant[/bold] wrote: South Green ? Don't make me laugh. Place is overrun with axe-wielding savages. Even the police have to resort to baton guns. Surprised they didn't use their tasers again. Nah, I'm choosy. Outwood Common for me. Plenty of good grazing there too ![/p][/quote]What ? I hope that is some kind of a joke! Prety sick one if it is,. I hope the good people of Patricia Gardens have got everything sorted now. Miust have been a shocking experiance. Is the bloke still in custody or have they let him out to terrorize the rest of the town?. Pikey111
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10:16pm Sat 18 Feb 12

Pikey111 says...

@rose:-) wrote:
Smagport wrote:
@ Muffindamule:
I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess.

I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles.

On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf.

If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.
ha ha how can you turn this into a thread about travellers ...hellooo ..mad axeman on the loose ....lmao.
@Rose:-) asks "how can you turn this into a thread about travellers"

I dont know Rose. Why do you want to ?
[quote][p][bold]@rose:-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: @ Muffindamule: I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess. I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles. On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf. If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.[/p][/quote]ha ha how can you turn this into a thread about travellers ...hellooo ..mad axeman on the loose ....lmao.[/p][/quote]@Rose:-) asks "how can you turn this into a thread about travellers" I dont know Rose. Why do you want to ? Pikey111
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10:25pm Sat 18 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Smagport wrote:
@ Muffindamule:
I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess.

I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles.

On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf.

If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.
So they used to stick you in goal! That explains a lot. Any need to use the racial slur in your post?
[quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: @ Muffindamule: I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess. I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles. On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf. If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.[/p][/quote]So they used to stick you in goal! That explains a lot. Any need to use the racial slur in your post? katch22
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10:30pm Sat 18 Feb 12

katch22 says...

@rose:-) wrote:
Smagport wrote:
@ Muffindamule:
I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess.

I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles.

On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf.

If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.
ha ha how can you turn this into a thread about travellers ...hellooo ..mad axeman on the loose ....lmao.
People of a racist nature can turn the happiest celebration into a hate fest if they wanted to so its no wonder they can turn something that clearly has nothing to do with Travellers into another bout of slur, innuendo and hate. Never mind we can but put up with him until he is dealt with.
[quote][p][bold]@rose:-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: @ Muffindamule: I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess. I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles. On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf. If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.[/p][/quote]ha ha how can you turn this into a thread about travellers ...hellooo ..mad axeman on the loose ....lmao.[/p][/quote]People of a racist nature can turn the happiest celebration into a hate fest if they wanted to so its no wonder they can turn something that clearly has nothing to do with Travellers into another bout of slur, innuendo and hate. Never mind we can but put up with him until he is dealt with. katch22
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10:33pm Sat 18 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Pikey111 wrote:
@rose:-) wrote:
Smagport wrote:
@ Muffindamule:
I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess.

I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles.

On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf.

If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.
ha ha how can you turn this into a thread about travellers ...hellooo ..mad axeman on the loose ....lmao.
@Rose:-) asks "how can you turn this into a thread about travellers"

I dont know Rose. Why do you want to ?
I think she asked the question of the poster who has indeed made a start of turning this into another hate fest about Travellers, who are totally innocent of any art in this issue.
[quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]@rose:-)[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: @ Muffindamule: I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess. I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles. On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf. If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.[/p][/quote]ha ha how can you turn this into a thread about travellers ...hellooo ..mad axeman on the loose ....lmao.[/p][/quote]@Rose:-) asks "how can you turn this into a thread about travellers" I dont know Rose. Why do you want to ?[/p][/quote]I think she asked the question of the poster who has indeed made a start of turning this into another hate fest about Travellers, who are totally innocent of any art in this issue. katch22
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10:34pm Sat 18 Feb 12

katch22 says...

*part*
*part* katch22
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11:18pm Sat 18 Feb 12

Pikey111 says...

katch22 wrote:
*part*
Oh yes I see what you mean about the question. Anyway I dont believe much of what that smagport guy says.I reckon that bit about his aunty is just made up.

Bloke I know lives down that way reckons the axe guys been locked up so he wont be on the loose tonight.must be a relief for the neigbours!
[quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: *part*[/p][/quote]Oh yes I see what you mean about the question. Anyway I dont believe much of what that smagport guy says.I reckon that bit about his aunty is just made up. Bloke I know lives down that way reckons the axe guys been locked up so he wont be on the loose tonight.must be a relief for the neigbours! Pikey111
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11:28pm Sat 18 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Pikey111 wrote:
katch22 wrote:
*part*
Oh yes I see what you mean about the question. Anyway I dont believe much of what that smagport guy says.I reckon that bit about his aunty is just made up.

Bloke I know lives down that way reckons the axe guys been locked up so he wont be on the loose tonight.must be a relief for the neigbours!
Perhaps smagport is his own 'aunty' He seems an all round strange person
[quote][p][bold]Pikey111[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: *part*[/p][/quote]Oh yes I see what you mean about the question. Anyway I dont believe much of what that smagport guy says.I reckon that bit about his aunty is just made up. Bloke I know lives down that way reckons the axe guys been locked up so he wont be on the loose tonight.must be a relief for the neigbours![/p][/quote]Perhaps smagport is his own 'aunty' He seems an all round strange person katch22
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12:20pm Sun 19 Feb 12

Smagport says...

katch22 wrote:
Smagport wrote:
@ Muffindamule:
I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess.

I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles.

On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf.

If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.
So they used to stick you in goal! That explains a lot. Any need to use the racial slur in your post?
Better to be stuck in goal than in gaol, eh?
[quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: @ Muffindamule: I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess. I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles. On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf. If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.[/p][/quote]So they used to stick you in goal! That explains a lot. Any need to use the racial slur in your post?[/p][/quote]Better to be stuck in goal than in gaol, eh? Smagport
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1:39pm Sun 19 Feb 12

Soouthchurch59 says...

Smagport wrote:
katch22 wrote:
Smagport wrote:
@ Muffindamule:
I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess.

I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles.

On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf.

If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.
So they used to stick you in goal! That explains a lot. Any need to use the racial slur in your post?
Better to be stuck in goal than in gaol, eh?
I guess it could be worse. You could be stuck in goal in gaol.
[quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: @ Muffindamule: I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess. I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles. On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf. If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.[/p][/quote]So they used to stick you in goal! That explains a lot. Any need to use the racial slur in your post?[/p][/quote]Better to be stuck in goal than in gaol, eh?[/p][/quote]I guess it could be worse. You could be stuck in goal in gaol. Soouthchurch59
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3:24pm Sun 19 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Smagport wrote:
katch22 wrote:
Smagport wrote:
@ Muffindamule:
I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess.

I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles.

On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf.

If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.
So they used to stick you in goal! That explains a lot. Any need to use the racial slur in your post?
Better to be stuck in goal than in gaol, eh?
Your post suggest you know! That being the case i can only take your word for it.
[quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Smagport[/bold] wrote: @ Muffindamule: I too moved to South Green as an infant in the late 50s but was not really too much aware of the Green itself until 1960 onwards. I can confirm the ever present dog faeces- very upsetting as I was invariably chosen to keep goal between the rolled up jackets so had the greatest chance of handling the mess. I don't believe that the condoms have shrunk over the years, I tend to believe that the male organ may have become smaller so there is less stretch to the offending (as they were and may still be) articles. On this subject, I would ask you to consider- is a used condom on The Green any more offensive than the offspring prevented by its use? After all, it is most surely not the place to copulate. It is not the sort of place I would ever have considered having intimate relations at. I was much more upmarket by the early 70s and had moved my courting to Sun Corner and never discarded any rubber upon such hallowed turf. If your earlier post regarding The Green was suggesting that you had heard rumours of Pikeys moving onto it I think you can rest easy. Logistically it is not an option for them.[/p][/quote]So they used to stick you in goal! That explains a lot. Any need to use the racial slur in your post?[/p][/quote]Better to be stuck in goal than in gaol, eh?[/p][/quote]Your post suggest you know! That being the case i can only take your word for it. katch22
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1:04pm Mon 20 Feb 12

MrKetchup11! says...

katch22 wrote:
There was a shrub named after Princess Margaret that has struggled to live up to its hype "great in a bed but better up against a wall"
Ah yes. The Genu Tremulus. Never sold all that well and is now hard to find- very common in the 1970s though.
[quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: There was a shrub named after Princess Margaret that has struggled to live up to its hype "great in a bed but better up against a wall"[/p][/quote]Ah yes. The Genu Tremulus. Never sold all that well and is now hard to find- very common in the 1970s though. MrKetchup11!
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5:53pm Mon 20 Feb 12

Chief Constable says...

MrKetchup11! wrote:
katch22 wrote:
There was a shrub named after Princess Margaret that has struggled to live up to its hype "great in a bed but better up against a wall"
Ah yes. The Genu Tremulus. Never sold all that well and is now hard to find- very common in the 1970s though.
You are quite right, Mr.Ketchup. The Genu Tremulus is better known as the Knee Trembler and we have one at HQ that dates from the time of Sir John Nightingale.

As this shrub is somewhat prominent in the garden of our main drive, it has been the custom for many years now to have it covered by a bespoke thin latex covering at times of any visit by a member of the royal family. A simple precaution to avoid any possibility of giving offence.

For many years the covering was listed on our HQ inventory as "Knee Trembler Condom" as this is how it is known to our gardening staff. It appears as a 'miscellaneous item' so would not normally attract any attention

Unfortunately, last year the Audit Office asked for a breakdown of all items constituting 'miscellaneous' so we had to show this 'condom' in our account to them.

It took some explaining I can tell you.
[quote][p][bold]MrKetchup11![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: There was a shrub named after Princess Margaret that has struggled to live up to its hype "great in a bed but better up against a wall"[/p][/quote]Ah yes. The Genu Tremulus. Never sold all that well and is now hard to find- very common in the 1970s though.[/p][/quote]You are quite right, Mr.Ketchup. The Genu Tremulus is better known as the Knee Trembler and we have one at HQ that dates from the time of Sir John Nightingale. As this shrub is somewhat prominent in the garden of our main drive, it has been the custom for many years now to have it covered by a bespoke thin latex covering at times of any visit by a member of the royal family. A simple precaution to avoid any possibility of giving offence. For many years the covering was listed on our HQ inventory as "Knee Trembler Condom" as this is how it is known to our gardening staff. It appears as a 'miscellaneous item' so would not normally attract any attention Unfortunately, last year the Audit Office asked for a breakdown of all items constituting 'miscellaneous' so we had to show this 'condom' in our account to them. It took some explaining I can tell you. Chief Constable
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11:06am Tue 21 Feb 12

katch22 says...

Chief Constable wrote:
MrKetchup11! wrote:
katch22 wrote:
There was a shrub named after Princess Margaret that has struggled to live up to its hype "great in a bed but better up against a wall"
Ah yes. The Genu Tremulus. Never sold all that well and is now hard to find- very common in the 1970s though.
You are quite right, Mr.Ketchup. The Genu Tremulus is better known as the Knee Trembler and we have one at HQ that dates from the time of Sir John Nightingale.

As this shrub is somewhat prominent in the garden of our main drive, it has been the custom for many years now to have it covered by a bespoke thin latex covering at times of any visit by a member of the royal family. A simple precaution to avoid any possibility of giving offence.

For many years the covering was listed on our HQ inventory as "Knee Trembler Condom" as this is how it is known to our gardening staff. It appears as a 'miscellaneous item' so would not normally attract any attention

Unfortunately, last year the Audit Office asked for a breakdown of all items constituting 'miscellaneous' so we had to show this 'condom' in our account to them.

It took some explaining I can tell you.
I for one dont believe you!
[quote][p][bold]Chief Constable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrKetchup11![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]katch22[/bold] wrote: There was a shrub named after Princess Margaret that has struggled to live up to its hype "great in a bed but better up against a wall"[/p][/quote]Ah yes. The Genu Tremulus. Never sold all that well and is now hard to find- very common in the 1970s though.[/p][/quote]You are quite right, Mr.Ketchup. The Genu Tremulus is better known as the Knee Trembler and we have one at HQ that dates from the time of Sir John Nightingale. As this shrub is somewhat prominent in the garden of our main drive, it has been the custom for many years now to have it covered by a bespoke thin latex covering at times of any visit by a member of the royal family. A simple precaution to avoid any possibility of giving offence. For many years the covering was listed on our HQ inventory as "Knee Trembler Condom" as this is how it is known to our gardening staff. It appears as a 'miscellaneous item' so would not normally attract any attention Unfortunately, last year the Audit Office asked for a breakdown of all items constituting 'miscellaneous' so we had to show this 'condom' in our account to them. It took some explaining I can tell you.[/p][/quote]I for one dont believe you! katch22
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9:13am Thu 23 Feb 12

SSRoscoe says...

its only fair wrote:
well done mr have a go stacey all you seem to have done is make the situation worse !! and got your own van and house smashed up !!! leave it to the police people like you really make things worse you should have stayed indoors with ya trainset ... for what use you were !!!
Leave it to the police they took over an hour to respond that's why he went out there to try and stop him. leave it to the police. lol
[quote][p][bold]its only fair[/bold] wrote: well done mr have a go stacey all you seem to have done is make the situation worse !! and got your own van and house smashed up !!! leave it to the police people like you really make things worse you should have stayed indoors with ya trainset ... for what use you were !!![/p][/quote]Leave it to the police they took over an hour to respond that's why he went out there to try and stop him. leave it to the police. lol SSRoscoe
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5:50pm Mon 27 Feb 12

termite1944 says...

SSRoscoe wrote:
JuliaM wrote:
US version: ”Bad boys, bad boys, what ya gonna do, what ya gonna do when we come for you…”

Southend version: ”….eventually”
It was in Southgreen love not Southend! lol
It was South Green .... not Southgreen!

the poor side of Billericay!
[quote][p][bold]SSRoscoe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JuliaM[/bold] wrote: US version: ”Bad boys, bad boys, what ya gonna do, what ya gonna do when we come for you…” Southend version: ”….eventually”[/p][/quote]It was in Southgreen love not Southend! lol[/p][/quote]It was South Green .... not Southgreen! the poor side of Billericay! termite1944
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