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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-12 10:05:12 UTC
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saw these seat covers and thought of you ......


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Spike
2018-02-12 11:28:27 UTC
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    saw these seat covers and thought of you ......
https://www.photobox.co.uk/my/photo?photo_id=500575176790&album_id=5240345612
LOL

I'm sorry to say that the Mustang T-shirt ("US made horsepower since
1964") that I bought in a sale and wear when visiting my non-Ford dealer
is now showing signs of wear, but I'll be dumping that dealer this year
anyway so they've seen the last of it.
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"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines, which they claim the group should
follow.
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-12 12:27:31 UTC
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     saw these seat covers and thought of you ......
https://www.photobox.co.uk/my/photo?photo_id=500575176790&album_id=5240345612
LOL
I'm sorry to say that the Mustang T-shirt ("US made horsepower since
1964") that I bought in a sale and wear when visiting my non-Ford dealer
is now showing signs of wear, but I'll be dumping that dealer this year
anyway so they've seen the last of it.
I have some nice ones I don't wear ..could send you some.....
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Spike
2018-02-13 09:08:40 UTC
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I'm sorry to say that the Mustang T-shirt ("US made horsepower since
1964") that I bought in a sale and wear when visiting my non-Ford
dealer is now showing signs of wear, but I'll be dumping that dealer
this year anyway so they've seen the last of it.
I have some nice ones I don't wear ..could send you some.....
Thanks for the kind offer, Jimbo, but I'm well stocked with clothes from
Mr Byrite.
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Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines, which they claim the group should
follow.
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-13 09:40:16 UTC
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Post by Spike
I'm sorry to say that the Mustang T-shirt ("US made horsepower since
1964") that I bought in a sale and wear when visiting my non-Ford
dealer is now showing signs of wear, but I'll be dumping that dealer
this year anyway so they've seen the last of it.
I have some nice ones I don't wear ..could send you some.....
Thanks for the kind offer, Jimbo, but I'm well stocked with clothes from
Mr Byrite.
who is mr byrite ? ......
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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-13 09:49:03 UTC
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I'm sorry to say that the Mustang T-shirt ("US made horsepower since
1964") that I bought in a sale and wear when visiting my non-Ford
dealer is now showing signs of wear, but I'll be dumping that dealer
this year anyway so they've seen the last of it.
I have some nice ones I don't wear ..could send you some.....
Thanks for the kind offer, Jimbo, but I'm well stocked with clothes
from Mr Byrite.
who is mr byrite ? ......
Loading Image...

got it we don't have these .....
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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-13 09:49:57 UTC
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I'm sorry to say that the Mustang T-shirt ("US made horsepower
since 1964") that I bought in a sale and wear when visiting my
non-Ford dealer is now showing signs of wear, but I'll be dumping
that dealer this year anyway so they've seen the last of it.
I have some nice ones I don't wear ..could send you some.....
Thanks for the kind offer, Jimbo, but I'm well stocked with clothes
from Mr Byrite.
who is mr byrite ? ......
http://theboyhotspur.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Screen-Shot-2017-12-01-at-10.17.58.png
got it we don't have these .....
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is that a Norwich thing ? .....
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Spike
2018-02-13 11:25:45 UTC
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I'm sorry to say that the Mustang T-shirt ("US made horsepower
since 1964") that I bought in a sale and wear when visiting my
non-Ford dealer is now showing signs of wear, but I'll be dumping
that dealer this year anyway so they've seen the last of it.
I have some nice ones I don't wear ..could send you some.....
Thanks for the kind offer, Jimbo, but I'm well stocked with clothes
from Mr Byrite.
who is mr byrite ? ......
http://theboyhotspur.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Screen-Shot-2017-12-01-at-10.17.58.png
https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8494/8349467845_da840d62a8_b.jpg
That's the one, Jimbo. Sorry they closed down, but it wasn't due to a
lack of business from me...
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is that a Norwich thing ? .....
No idea...
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"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines, which they claim the group should
follow.
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-13 15:27:37 UTC
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I'm sorry to say that the Mustang T-shirt ("US made horsepower
since 1964") that I bought in a sale and wear when visiting my
non-Ford dealer is now showing signs of wear, but I'll be dumping
that dealer this year anyway so they've seen the last of it.
I have some nice ones I don't wear ..could send you some.....
Thanks for the kind offer, Jimbo, but I'm well stocked with clothes
from Mr Byrite.
who is mr byrite ? ......
http://theboyhotspur.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Screen-Shot-2017-12-01-at-10.17.58.png
https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8494/8349467845_da840d62a8_b.jpg
That's the one, Jimbo. Sorry they closed down, but it wasn't due to a
lack of business from me...
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is that a Norwich thing ? .....
No idea...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
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Spike
2018-02-13 16:21:12 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
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Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines, which they claim the group should
follow.
Brian Reay
2018-02-15 08:28:52 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
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2018-02-15 09:21:44 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
Jim.GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-15 09:27:08 UTC
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speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
I suppose your body shape is the result of avoiding such things ....tee hee


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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-16 08:22:26 UTC
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Spike
2018-02-15 09:48:42 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51

[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
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Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines, which they claim the group should
follow.
Brian Reay
2018-02-15 14:35:12 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.

Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike, or may be those who
consume over the recommended alcohol intake suffer from those.

Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the group
who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your childish
attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least diabetes, can be
very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself, life threatening in
the way cancer can be for example.
Spike
2018-02-15 18:18:17 UTC
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Post by Jim.GM4DHJ ...
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Spike
Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who
consume over the recommended alcohol intake suffer from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the group
who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your childish
attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least diabetes, can be
very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself, life threatening in
the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that
with an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue at
hand is some form of bad taste?

What a strange world you live in.
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Brian Reay
2018-02-15 18:48:51 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who consume over the recommended alcohol intake suffer
from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the
group who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your
childish attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least
diabetes, can be very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself,
life threatening in the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that
with an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue at
hand is some form of bad taste?
The link in my case related to processed food, eg pre-prepared curries,
and wasn't edited etc.

Surely someone who frequently rants re the virtues of healthy eating
sees the relevance?

Plus, freshly prepared food- at least if done well- always tastes
between. Food should be enjoyed, not endured. Rather like wine- the
occasional glass of a good wine is far better than knocking back a
bottle of plonk every night.
Spike
2018-02-15 19:33:52 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who consume over the recommended alcohol intake
suffer from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the
group who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your
childish attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least
diabetes, can be very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself,
life threatening in the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that
with an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue
at hand is some form of bad taste?
The link in my case related to processed food, eg pre-prepared curries,
and wasn't edited etc.
The link in my case related to trouser size, eg large ones, and wasn't
edited etc.
Post by Brian Reay
Surely someone who frequently rants re the virtues of healthy eating
sees the relevance?
So you're now saying that M&S prepared meals, balanced for their
contents and with their amounts printed on the front of the packages,
are unhealthy? Wow - I hope they don't see you in court.
Post by Brian Reay
Plus, freshly prepared food- at least if done well- always tastes
between.
What are you ranting about?
Post by Brian Reay
Food should be enjoyed, not endured.  Rather like wine- the
occasional glass of a good wine is far better than knocking back a
bottle of plonk every night.
The J-curve couldn't care less about the difference - the above sounds
like a case of Cognitive Dissonance.
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Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines, which they claim the group should
follow.
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2018-02-15 19:47:45 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who consume over the recommended alcohol intake
suffer from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the
group who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your
childish attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least
diabetes, can be very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself,
life threatening in the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that
with an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue
at hand is some form of bad taste?
The link in my case related to processed food, eg pre-prepared curries,
and wasn't edited etc.
The link in my case related to trouser size, eg large ones, and wasn't
edited etc.
Post by Brian Reay
Surely someone who frequently rants re the virtues of healthy eating
sees the relevance?
So you're now saying that M&S prepared meals, balanced for their
contents
It's never not funny when you get on your high horse about microwave meals,
Burt.
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2018-02-15 19:59:06 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who consume over the recommended alcohol intake
suffer from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the
group who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your
childish attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least
diabetes, can be very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself,
life threatening in the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that
with an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue
at hand is some form of bad taste?
The link in my case related to processed food, eg pre-prepared curries,
and wasn't edited etc.
The link in my case related to trouser size, eg large ones, and wasn't
edited etc.
Post by Brian Reay
Surely someone who frequently rants re the virtues of healthy eating
sees the relevance?
So you're now saying that M&S prepared meals, balanced for their
contents
It's never not funny when you get on your high horse about microwave meals,
Burt.
Especially when he tries to copy Cummins.
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2018-02-15 20:13:05 UTC
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Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who consume over the recommended alcohol intake
suffer from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the
group who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your
childish attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least
diabetes, can be very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself,
life threatening in the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that
with an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue
at hand is some form of bad taste?
The link in my case related to processed food, eg pre-prepared curries,
and wasn't edited etc.
The link in my case related to trouser size, eg large ones, and wasn't
edited etc.
Post by Brian Reay
Surely someone who frequently rants re the virtues of healthy eating
sees the relevance?
So you're now saying that M&S prepared meals, balanced for their
contents
It's never not funny when you get on your high horse about microwave meals,
Burt.
I blame the Sikh .....the man with the sore heed .....
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Wow - I hope they don't see you in court.
Wouldn't be the first company he's libelled.
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2018-02-15 22:52:37 UTC
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Wow - I hope they don't see you in court.
Wouldn't be the first company he's libelled.
Yawn.......
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2018-02-15 23:00:25 UTC
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Wow - I hope they don't see you in court.
Wouldn't be the first company he's libelled.
https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/privateparkingappeals.co.uk

What about all of those?

The one at the bottom is a gem, verified by Trust Pilot but look at the
challenge.

Then there is the Court Papers etc., MSE, Pepipoo.

And that is just for starters.

What was it 'Lord Above' or similar the Judge said? I'll have to check.

As for someone who forgets to pay the set aside fee / doesn't submit the
form.
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Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They
are depriving those in real need!

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2018-02-16 06:02:02 UTC
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Post by Spike
Wow - I hope they don't see you in court.
Wouldn't be the first company he's libelled.
https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/privateparkingappeals.co.uk
What about all of those?
The one at the bottom is a gem, verified by Trust Pilot but look at the
challenge.
Then there is the Court Papers etc., MSE, Pepipoo.
And that is just for starters.
What was it 'Lord Above' or similar the Judge said? I'll have to check.
As for someone who forgets to pay the set aside fee / doesn't submit the
form.
Someone else who got duffed up:

Post 11:

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?s=1812c1a52b4043b9176dc3dec900832a&p=72170695
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Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They
are depriving those in real need!

https://www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
Paul Cummins
1970-01-01 00:00:00 UTC
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Wouldn't be the first company he's libelled.
https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/privateparkingappeals.co.uk
What about all of those?
Yawn... tell someone who cares.
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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-15 20:10:28 UTC
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speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who consume over the recommended alcohol intake suffer
from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the group
who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your childish
attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least diabetes, can be
very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself, life threatening in
the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that with
an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue at hand
is some form of bad taste?
The link in my case related to processed food, eg pre-prepared curries,
and wasn't edited etc.
Surely someone who frequently rants re the virtues of healthy eating sees
the relevance?
Plus, freshly prepared food- at least if done well- always tastes between.
Food should be enjoyed, not endured. Rather like wine- the occasional
glass of a good wine is far better than knocking back a bottle of plonk
every night.
and the odd pipe of French shag ...?
Brian Reay
2018-02-15 20:21:41 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by Spike
Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who consume over the recommended alcohol intake suffer
from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the group
who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your childish
attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least diabetes, can be
very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself, life threatening in
the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that with
an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue at hand
is some form of bad taste?
The link in my case related to processed food, eg pre-prepared curries,
and wasn't edited etc.
Surely someone who frequently rants re the virtues of healthy eating sees
the relevance?
Plus, freshly prepared food- at least if done well- always tastes between.
Food should be enjoyed, not endured. Rather like wine- the occasional
glass of a good wine is far better than knocking back a bottle of plonk
every night.
and the odd pipe of French shag ...?
I'm told even the French don't smoke French pipe tobacco. While they
invented the briar pipe- in fact we visited the village a few years
back*- they haven't mastered tobacco. Their shops tend to stock Dutch
and English / Irish tobacco.

However, I'm sure that won't stop your school boy joke.

Quite a pleasant place, in the Jura region called St Claude. A little
'faded', as the best places in France often are.
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-15 20:38:44 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by Spike
Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who consume over the recommended alcohol intake suffer
from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the group
who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your childish
attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least diabetes, can be
very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself, life threatening in
the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that with
an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue at hand
is some form of bad taste?
The link in my case related to processed food, eg pre-prepared curries,
and wasn't edited etc.
Surely someone who frequently rants re the virtues of healthy eating sees
the relevance?
Plus, freshly prepared food- at least if done well- always tastes between.
Food should be enjoyed, not endured. Rather like wine- the occasional
glass of a good wine is far better than knocking back a bottle of plonk
every night.
and the odd pipe of French shag ...?
I'm told even the French don't smoke French pipe tobacco. While they
invented the briar pipe- in fact we visited the village a few years back*-
they haven't mastered tobacco. Their shops tend to stock Dutch and English
/ Irish tobacco.
However, I'm sure that won't stop your school boy joke.
Quite a pleasant place, in the Jura region called St Claude. A little
'faded', as the best places in France often are.
Yes the Auld Alliance.........the French hate the English ...tee hee
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-15 20:42:24 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by Spike
Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who consume over the recommended alcohol intake suffer
from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the group
who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your childish
attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least diabetes, can be
very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself, life threatening in
the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that with
an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue at hand
is some form of bad taste?
The link in my case related to processed food, eg pre-prepared curries,
and wasn't edited etc.
Surely someone who frequently rants re the virtues of healthy eating sees
the relevance?
Plus, freshly prepared food- at least if done well- always tastes between.
Food should be enjoyed, not endured. Rather like wine- the occasional
glass of a good wine is far better than knocking back a bottle of plonk
every night.
and the odd pipe of French shag ...?
I'm told even the French don't smoke French pipe tobacco. While they
invented the briar pipe- in fact we visited the village a few years
back*- they haven't mastered tobacco. Their shops tend to stock Dutch and
English / Irish tobacco.
However, I'm sure that won't stop your school boy joke.
Quite a pleasant place, in the Jura region called St Claude. A little
'faded', as the best places in France often are.
Yes the Auld Alliance.........the French hate the English ...tee hee
If you have seen the smokers in wheelchairs outside Little France you
wouldn't smoke the shag .......dying for a smoke they are.....
Brian Reay
2018-02-15 20:50:55 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by Spike
Post by Jim GM4DHJ ...
speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who consume over the recommended alcohol intake suffer
from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the group
who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your childish
attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least diabetes, can be
very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself, life threatening in
the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that with
an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue at hand
is some form of bad taste?
The link in my case related to processed food, eg pre-prepared curries,
and wasn't edited etc.
Surely someone who frequently rants re the virtues of healthy eating sees
the relevance?
Plus, freshly prepared food- at least if done well- always tastes between.
Food should be enjoyed, not endured. Rather like wine- the occasional
glass of a good wine is far better than knocking back a bottle of plonk
every night.
and the odd pipe of French shag ...?
I'm told even the French don't smoke French pipe tobacco. While they
invented the briar pipe- in fact we visited the village a few years back*-
they haven't mastered tobacco. Their shops tend to stock Dutch and English
/ Irish tobacco.
However, I'm sure that won't stop your school boy joke.
Quite a pleasant place, in the Jura region called St Claude. A little
'faded', as the best places in France often are.
Yes the Auld Alliance.........the French hate the English ...tee hee
It is a bit of a conundrum. You would be surprised how popular things
with an English theme are in France. Everything from furnishings with
the Union Flag (Jack to some) on them to traditional egg cups, toast
racks etc so they can have a traditional boiled egg breakfast. English
clothes are very popular and not cheap. It is something which has
developed over, maybe, the last 6 years or so. It isn't just in
specialist shops, the equivalent of somewhere like M&S would have loads
of it.

You don't see it for other countries, at least not the same extent.

I suppose it could be they are going to miss us ;-)
Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-15 20:59:12 UTC
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speaking to a Sikh today he only eats marks and spencer indian
meals...how about that ....
A man of taste...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/14/cancer-warning-processed-foods-make-half-uk-diet/
every thing you do has been proved to kill you ....
https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/849.aspx?CategoryID=51
[Stroke, cancer, diabetes related to trouser size]
That reference reads Heart Disease, diabetes, cancer.
Actually, it reads heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer.
Post by Brian Reay
Perhaps it should include eyesight problems Spike
Perhaps it should. You'd get caught out with your own prescription,
though, so be careful for what you wish - you might just get it.
Post by Brian Reay
or may be those who consume over the recommended alcohol intake suffer
from those.
Speaking of the things it does list, I'm sure any one reading the group
who suffers from those conditions will delighted at your childish
attempts at point scoring. I understand all, not least diabetes, can be
very unpleasant to live with even if not, in itself, life
threatening
in
the way cancer can be for example.
So you're saying that you can interject into a thread links to mere
newspaper-published stories about cancer, but someone following that with
an NHS link that mentions other conditions related to the issue at hand
is some form of bad taste?
The link in my case related to processed food, eg pre-prepared curries,
and wasn't edited etc.
Surely someone who frequently rants re the virtues of healthy eating sees
the relevance?
Plus, freshly prepared food- at least if done well- always tastes between.
Food should be enjoyed, not endured. Rather like wine- the occasional
glass of a good wine is far better than knocking back a bottle of plonk
every night.
and the odd pipe of French shag ...?
I'm told even the French don't smoke French pipe tobacco. While they
invented the briar pipe- in fact we visited the village a few years back*-
they haven't mastered tobacco. Their shops tend to stock Dutch and English
/ Irish tobacco.
However, I'm sure that won't stop your school boy joke.
Quite a pleasant place, in the Jura region called St Claude. A little
'faded', as the best places in France often are.
Yes the Auld Alliance.........the French hate the English ...tee hee
It is a bit of a conundrum. You would be surprised how popular things with
an English theme are in France. Everything from furnishings with the
Union Flag (Jack to some) on them to traditional egg cups, toast racks etc
so they can have a traditional boiled egg breakfast. English clothes are
very popular and not cheap. It is something which has developed over,
maybe, the last 6 years or so. It isn't just in specialist shops, the
equivalent of somewhere like M&S would have loads of it.
You don't see it for other countries, at least not the same extent.
I suppose it could be they are going to miss us ;-)
doubt it ....
Spike
2018-02-16 09:26:58 UTC
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It is a bit of a conundrum. You would be surprised how popular things with
an English theme are in France. Everything from furnishings with the
Union Flag (Jack to some) on them to traditional egg cups, toast racks etc
so they can have a traditional boiled egg breakfast. English clothes are
very popular and not cheap. It is something which has developed over,
maybe, the last 6 years or so. It isn't just in specialist shops, the
equivalent of somewhere like M&S would have loads of it.
You don't see it for other countries, at least not the same extent.
I suppose it could be they are going to miss us ;-)
doubt it ....
They'll miss our money - they'll have to stump up more to keep their
precious EUSSR going.
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(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
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Stephen Thomas Cole
2018-02-12 11:43:48 UTC
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saw these seat covers and thought of you ......
https://www.photobox.co.uk/my/photo?photo_id=500575176790&album_id=5240345612
Did they stink of piss, then?
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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-12 12:30:31 UTC
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saw these seat covers and thought of you ......
https://www.photobox.co.uk/my/photo?photo_id=500575176790&album_id=5240345612
Did they stink of piss, then?
fresh as a daisy .....
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