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Old 18th November 2008 , 02:04 PM
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I like the scouse touch at the Albert Dock
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Old 18th November 2008 , 03:10 PM
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There is a law that I very seriously want passed through parliment - the right to shoot chavs on sight - I'm really not kidding - no questions - just shoot them.

F***** house broken into for second time in two years - no they didnt actually get in - I guess the alarm scared them off perhaps..., but they have seriously trashed a couple of doors - with a crowbar too - in broad daylight at around half ten this morning...

WTF is with this goddam world???


So - as for the guy you said did you card - same thing - just shoot them - - knee caps first - give them and hour or so to reflect and savour the pain then in the head.
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Old 18th November 2008 , 03:17 PM
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My missus had her card 'skimmed' at a cash point a few years ago. They took about 200 from her account (quite lucky it was so low) but the bank (co-op) refunded her the money plus she got interviewed on BBC West Midlands TV and radio... Why do people assume they have the right to other people's earnings? [MANY SWEAR WORDS HERE]
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Wow...some rough stories being told.

Some of the worst types of bank trickery involves incremental account withdrawals. They can be incredibly difficult to trace based on what I have read. There was a Petrol station scam some time ago along those lines.
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Old 18th November 2008 , 04:02 PM
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There is a law that I very seriously want passed through parliment - the right to shoot chavs on sight - I'm really not kidding - no questions - just shoot them.

F***** house broken into for second time in two years - no they didnt actually get in - I guess the alarm scared them off perhaps..., but they have seriously trashed a couple of doors - with a crowbar too - in broad daylight at around half ten this morning...

WTF is with this goddam world???


So - as for the guy you said did you card - same thing - just shoot them - - knee caps first - give them and hour or so to reflect and savour the pain then in the head.
Damn, yeah i fully agree with you there, hate the little chavvy thiefs
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My green recycling box with all it's contents was stolen last night or this morning. It was far too heavy to just blow away and it was behind my car in my own driveway. The green box has glass and paper waste. I had friends over at the weekend so there were several empty wine bottles and an empty champagne, plus various paper waste. I shred all paper that has any personal details whatsoever so they won't get any info out of that box at all.
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you know i had an ancient bicycle sitting on the front drive, flat tyres the lot and just sh!te looking, that got lifted the other week, it wasnt the fact it got taken, it was the fact they actually crept onto my property, really unsettling
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you know i had an ancient bicycle sitting on the front drive, flat tyres the lot and just sh!te looking, that got lifted the other week, it wasnt the fact it got taken, it was the fact they actually crept onto my property, really unsettling
Did the binmen come the same day it went missing?
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Did the binmen come the same day it went missing?
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How about this one then:

I get into my car, I can't recall if it moved but it didn't get far if it did. Baffling. Looked around the engine even though I have no idea how a car works but the wires looked connected. Checked the petrol dial by chance. None, but I recall having plenty. Check the cap. It's locked. Go under the car - there's a hole in the petrol tank. It was drained

Get a mate to weld a coin over it, after it was made safe to do so and it held till I sold it many years on. It's popular to rob fuel nowadays but it wasn't back then.

My bro topped it though - someone stole his starting motor - now that's funny
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Go under the car - there's a hole in the petrol tank. It was drained
That just seems downright stupid. If I know my basic petrol maths, it's that petrol = inflammable, drill + metal = sparks - sparks + igniting petrol = fireball. You're lucky you found a hole and not a charred corpse as well.
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That just seems downright stupid. If I know my basic petrol maths, it's that petrol = inflammable, drill + metal = sparks - sparks + igniting petrol = fireball. You're lucky you found a hole and not a charred corpse as well.
At the time, I was told they were using a pick axe type implement. It was only one blow though. You could tell by the hole.
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At the time, I was told they were using a pick axe type implement
seen it done with a screw driver too, they just punctured it
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At the time, I was told they were using a pick axe type implement. It was only one blow though. You tell by the hole.
Huh, interesting. I guess I have a lot to learn about what sorts of tools one can use to thieve gasoline!
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