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Chesterfield Discussion / coniston road crash
« on: April 03, 2022, 07:25:58 PM »
Driving home via Coniston Road sunday morning, when i saw the aftermath of what looks like a very serious crash, so later when i went out again i was able to get more stills from my dashcam, though the fronts of the cars ar bashed up very badly the cabins of both cars look intact so i doubt there will be any serious injuries

General Discussion / New Jeremy Kyle documentary
« on: March 15, 2022, 01:33:19 AM »
I hope fans of this Bully will watch this latest Jeremy Kyle exposay, i remember once denouncing him on this very forum and others leaped to his defence claiming he was "helping people".
If i disliked him before this programme i now despise him with a passion, his way of hectoring the poor and vulnerable never sat easy with me however after watching this disgusting excuse of a man i have come to realise that my dislike was just the tip of the iceberg, his condecending and sneering and belittling of ordinary people with serious problems just to enrich himself has led me to the conclusion that he was an abusive monster with a god complex and all i can say of him and his show is Good Riddance.

Entertainment / Re: Jim Davidson at the Winding Wheel!
« on: March 15, 2022, 01:16:21 AM »
phil collins said he would leave if Blair won and he stayed.

Politics / Re: Labour response to Boris party
« on: February 17, 2022, 12:47:12 AM »
yes i would like to join the police or be a labour politician either council or an MP. however i would fail the entrance exam of all of them, as my son once said to me the trouble with you dad is your an honest burke and there is very few of em left, so that counts me out.

Chesterfield Discussion / Re: Lifting of Covid 19 Restrictions
« on: February 10, 2022, 01:53:09 PM »
If Boris told me it gets dark through the night i would be forced to stay awake just to check.on a more serious note if you remove all quarantine rules it could lead to covid cases escalating, meanwhile under the present quaraintine rules we are still getting an average of 1500 deaths per week, remenber boris was reported to have said "let the bodies pile high" if the politiciansare not careful this statement may well come to fruition. as regard mask wearing i continue to do so but when in asda yesterday i would estimate that mask wearers were about one in ten to fifteen.

Chesterfield Discussion / Lifting of Covid 19 Restrictions
« on: February 10, 2022, 12:28:08 AM »
I see on the news that Covid restrictions are to be lifted in a couple of weeks, though on the face of it it is good news, however i wonder if Boris is prepared to put peoples lives at risk just to divert from the problems he has elsewhere only time will tell as we do not know what new or possibly more dangerous variants may be lurking just around the corner.

Politics / B.o.E. says workers should not ask for pay rises.
« on: February 05, 2022, 02:27:01 PM »
The Governer of the Bank of England states that workers should not request pay rises to mitigate rising prices.
What we have here is another self entitled half a million pound a year salaried executive fleecing the system for every last penny they can preaching abstinence to the rest of us, these people clearly do not understand irony or even fairness, it is clear they do not understand or care how ordinary people have to live just as long as they keep getting their half a million pound plus salaries.

Politics / Re: first parties now rescue animals
« on: January 31, 2022, 01:52:06 AM »
I dont think boris is a jinx as that infers an element of chance, i think that he is a chancer and a mountebank and sooner or later it will bite him in the arse

Politics / first parties now rescue animals
« on: January 28, 2022, 04:30:41 PM »
I have been hearing the fuss over Boris giving priority to geting rescue animals out of Afghanistan and while i agree that a lot more people at risk should have been airlifted out surely one more plane could have been found for the people as well as the animals, i for one am not going to get annoyed at Boris for rescuing rescue animals from afghanistan as i suspect they would have either have been indiscrimately killed or possibly eaten.

Politics / Re: Labour response to Boris party
« on: January 19, 2022, 05:33:16 PM »
this so called enquiry can only acertain the facts of what happened and we already know what these are, the enquiry cannot draw any conclusions as to the rights and wrongs of what occured as under the present rules that is the job of the prime minister, so boris will be able to pronounce himself not guilty of any wrongdoing.
Also i would suggest that the relaxing of covid rules has more to do with saving boris than saving the rest of us.

Politics / Re: Labour response to Boris party
« on: January 17, 2022, 01:20:31 PM »
boris has put the party in the Conservative and Unionist Party, it is clear he and his coterie have broken the rules that they themselves instigated and the anger of the man/woman in the street is wholly justified, that being said it is clearly a bit rich of the labour party getting on its high horse when you consider the lack of candour and obstruction of justice and abusess and criminality employed by the corrupt edifice that is a Laour Cesterfield Borough Council.

Politics / Labour response to Boris party
« on: January 12, 2022, 02:24:51 PM »
Wihile i think that Boris and his staff have behaved shamefully i hardly think that the labour party trying to hold him to account is very honest as they are not above reproach themselves.
Following is an email i sent to the Prime Minister exoressing my disgust at the hypocrisy and double standards of the Labour Party.

Dear Prime Minister, I watched the disgusting spectacle of the labour party including my own MP  questioning you as to you breaking the rules and subsequently the law as it relates to lockdown rules in 2020, a few years ago my disabled partner and special needs son were viciously attacked by council employed security in our local shopping centre the council and their employees started covering up including lying about what happened and after these guards were prosecuted for their actions the council refused to investigate the actions of their employees until the outcome of the court case, when they did investigate they made numerous promises all of which proved to be lies including one promise to address a list of questions i had, including a question about lies made by a labour councillor in an attempt to cover up the unlawful actions of council employees, to this day those questions have been ignored, how can the labour party try to hold you to account to what they see as your rule breaking when they cannot behave in the way they expect of you, the Labour Party are nothing but a bunch of hypocrites.

General Discussion / Re: Covid
« on: December 18, 2021, 01:25:22 PM »
as regards mask wearing since the last locdowns both me and my family have continued to wear masks when in shops and including restaurants and pubs before being seated and will continue to do so.

Politics / Re: The Palace of Westminster
« on: November 30, 2021, 01:21:35 AM »
A slight deviation - I reckon our Queen should retire gracefully. She isn't too well health wise and I doubt anyone would think badly of her and yes she deserves to hang up her Crown - but who should take over ?
Nobody, i rather think that like the Palace of Westminster the Monarchy has outlived its usefulness.

General Discussion / Re: I've got gas!
« on: October 11, 2021, 01:44:52 AM »
Gas is sold at kilowatts per hour the same as electricity if you look at the price of gas per kwh you will see it is substantially cheaper than electricity per kwh, how long this will remain the case remains to be seen, also take into account that gas heat is instant, an electric hob takes time to warm up which means you are using electricity while it warms the hob unit rather than your food which over the course of the year may add up to quite a bit of waste, a few years ago i calculated the cost of  boiling a kettle full of water by timing how long it took to boil using a 2kw kettle and a gas kettle with the same amount of water and at that point the cost of the electric kettle was a little over 4 times the cost of using a gas kettle.

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