Info and forum posts by 'marksparks999'
Joined on: Friday, 28th December 2001, 12:54, Last used: Wednesday, 21st August 2013, 09:17
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About this user: still have the old wharfy 750 now relegated to the bedroom... now all panasonic hometheatre/ multiregion dvd player...
likes `Baby Spice`
dislikes, anything to do with Brad Pitt/Friends/ or Robbie Williams. (oh, and Arsenal).
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one of my favourite films as a kid... there was a real thing for animation movies, Krull, Never Ending Story etc at that time, butthis was the best!
i looked at this a few months back... whilst it sounds like a good idea, the bluelight emergency services, and those volunteer services have not decided to universally adopt it.
Robee J Shepherd says...
"Agreeing to this trade deal would also put farmers in the UK at a huge disadvantage. In order to export their chickens to the EU, deal or no deal, they will need to continue to obey EU rules, we may find ourselves in a situation where most of the meat in the UK is exported to the EU and most of the meat we eat is imported from the US.
Not sure how that is in the interests of UK farmers?"
Or perhaps the reverse, instead of flying food in from around the world because it is cheap, we will start eating food produced in the UK.
Perhaps instead of paying hypothetical 20-30% higher prices for good manafactured overseas, we will start being less wasteful, or supporting uk manufactured products.
The public voted for Brexit... lets stop scaremongering on all the negatives, and embrace the potential of putting the Great back in Britain.
Just my humble thoughts.
This item was edited on Thursday, 15th August 2019, 18:08
Had those money chutes in a Woolworths store i once worked in
Its how they sell them... obviously men can buy pink too, and ladies can by the standard black, or the many varients in camoflage distressed patterns.
Buying a gun in many US states is like buying groceries!
This item was edited on Monday, 5th August 2019, 12:04
Robee J Shepherd says...
"The really scary thing is seeing people going to Walmart with guns over their shoulders."
not really as you can buy guns in Walmart... they even do pink ones for the ladies!
"Well its all over now, they are gone, and all for what? Nothing."
They have never gone away... and anyone who believes that really needs to wake up and smell the coffee!
I would suggest as police are already involved, you log everything, writed down what you remember.
As it happened at supermarket, i assume CCTV is being seized as evidence, this will hopefully corroborate you version of the incident.
Hopefully this will be the end of the incident... but i doubt it.
You can always consider consider taking precautions... panic alarm, cctv covering your home, vehicle if parked on the street?
If you get on with you neighbours, let them know, as i am sure they will support you by keeping an eye out.
Lets Rock at Powderham
Nik Kershaw, Thomas Dolby, Go West, Betty Boo, Tight Fit (bloody awful... everyone though it was a joke), Belinda Carlisle, Billy Ocean, Hot Chocolate, Johnny Hates Jazz, Belouis Some, Owen Paul, Musical Youth, Snap (the standout act... were brilliant) 11 years of this show, and the first band to do an encore!
Human League were the last act, sadly we left before they got on the stage as the girls were getting tired.
This item was edited on Sunday, 14th July 2019, 09:43
i hope this delivers what the trailer promises, RAMBO, John J back to his best, the dark real story... not some of the sillyness of the sequals (as watchable as they were)
this is the start of a campaign to discredit him as the highest profile and leading candidate.
I really hope it backfires on those stirring the $h1tty stick.
Its old news... and serves no purpose other than to muddy the waters, and feed the tabloid rodents, discrediting this once great country even more!
looks good to me!
Facebook and other social media platforms have been running this for years
It's like the Two Ronnies have returned from the dead to write her speeches.
Sadly nothing like the comedic geniuses that were the Two Ronnies, this lot are a bunch of disgracful self serving buffoons, i think the Queen should dissolve parliament as they are not fit to govern!
they are all an absolute shower of SH*T, and should all resign.
was a really interesting documentary
thanks for joining just to give us a link... i smell tinned pork!
This item was edited on Thursday, 2nd May 2019, 17:15
Youv'e missed endless posts form Arsenal and Liverpool fantasists claiming this year is their year... com back next century and they may have done it by then!
argue the toss with them... i always get additional items, 3 years free servicing, spare full size tyre... on the one i bought in January... and 0% interest!
I stand corrected on the endorsements, points side of it
definitely a FPN - i think its now £50 maximum (November 2017) for cycling offences, but stand to be corrected.
Section 36, Road Traffic Act 1988
On date at place, whilst propelling a pedal cycle failed to comply with the indication given by a road traffic sign, to which Sect 36 RTA 1988 applied, namely...
in the case of the question 'a red light trafffic sign'... (many others apply)
lawfully placed on or near a road, namely ... road & location.
The cyclist if not issued a FPN can also be reported often referred to as NIP (Notice of Intended Prosecution) and then will be summonsed to court where can be fined upto £1000.
sorry, late to this
Under the Road Traffic Act 1988 s.36 and the Traffic Signs Regulations and Directions and Directions 2002 regulations 10 and 36(1), road users must not cross the stop line when the traffic lights are red. This offence, also known as ‘red light jumping’, applies to cyclists as well as motorists. The maximum penalty for red light jumping is a £1,000 fine and six penalty points endorsed on the driver’s licence however, in most cases, a driver will get a Fixed Penalty Notice (On-the-Spot Fine) of £30 whilst the maximum would only ever be imposed if the Fixed Penalty Notice is contested and taken to court. The punishment is also applicable to cyclists who, if caught, can be issued a Fixed Penalty Notice of £30.
so essentially if you have driving licence regardless of you mode of transport you may fined and points!
now thats good value i reckon!
I have been waiting for an MRI scan on my knee since Christmas, when doctor made referal... been told 5-6 months wait at this time!
"Always tell your mummy before you go off somewhere"... really sad news, RIP
This item was edited on Monday, 4th March 2019, 16:03
You cost Liverpool the league title... cant ask for more than that!
well after the Capaldi incarnation (worst since Peter Davidson) i was unsure about a woman playing The Doctor, but she is brilliant!
Happy New Year... spent most of the night awake, coughing and feeling rough, obky drank two bottles of J2O... still not feeling great now, but forced myself to the gym for an hour to try an sweat it out!