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Dob on a neighbour in a specific and limited way?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SirGalahad, 15 Sep 2020.

  1. ellal

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    There really are some stupid sheeple around!

    No wonder borisconi and goebbels can do what they like!
     
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  3. JohnD

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    I have. You said you didn't agree.
     
  4. IT Minion

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    I've got adaptive cruise control*. It's great on the motorway as it keeps the correct distance from the car in front. It's amazing how few people actually maintain a 2 second distance. When it's wet you're supposed to double it, it's very rare that anyone else does.

    *left to my own devices I'm not perfect either although I think I've gotten better. The ACC also means I can spend more time observing my surroundings and being disappointed by everyone else on the road.
     
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  6. transam

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    He's always making stuff up.

    Next thing u know he will. Be posting up how he was abducted by aliens









    :LOL::LOL:
     
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  7. JohnD

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    No need to make anything up. Ceres said he didn't agree.
     
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  9. Munroist

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    It's a pity they arn't offering a reward, may be a £100 for every person over 6 - make it worthwhile.

    Can anyone remember when they done that £500 for shopping a drunk driver - just invite a mate round to try the latest batch of home brew, then when he leaves just pick up the phone - an easy £500 in the bank.
     
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  13. danechip

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    I were walking back through my town centre with a few cans and noticed a local nightclub open with the railings and two door staff. I asked how come they were open, to be told they are opening as a pub. One call to 101 and they were forced to shut. In local paper the next Monday, massive prohibition notice from council. You could hear the music blasting and people screaming/shouting inside. Our local pubs had only just been allowed to reopen the day before...
     
  14. Brigadier

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    Any decent "mate" would split it with him;)
     
  15. durhamplumber

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    Indeed...Very VERY few
     
  16. Notch7

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    I try.
    Inevitably somebody fills the gap, I just drop back.

    Back in the early 90s I used to drive to and from Uni regularly on the M25, between Gatwick and Heathrow sections......every lane would be doing between 70 to 85 solid traffic, all 3 lanes with a rizla between vehicles. Probably one in two journeys I would pass an accident.
     
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    I can't remember where I read or heard it, but iirc someone once said that you could make motorways 50 lanes wide, and most people would still cram themselves into the outside 2......
     
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