Category Archives: All about people

Smoking indoors

Northern Ireland is trying to lead the way and changing the law to stop smokers , smoking in their cars when they have children in it.

Read more here for information.

Cigarette smoking has been completely banned for a number of years indoors in every building in Scotland,Wales, England, Northern Ireland , the Republic of Ireland and also many european countries.

If you go outside for a smoke you are not allowed to stand near a  security guard or doorman or anyone working, because of the passive smoking.

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Colonel Gaddafi is dead.

Dead at last

The dictator is dead, at last. He has caused so many deaths in his own country to his own people, and an untold number of people are missing.

Killing of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi of Libya, who ruled for 42 years with an iron hand on Thursday in his hometown of Sirte at the hands of the National Council of the Libyan fighters who controlled the city after weeks of fierce fighting.

Sorry but i had to remove the video.

TV footage also showed Gaddafi’s corpse being dragged through a Libyan street.

The 69 year-old despot was shot in the head and both legs as he sped out of the coastal town of Sirte in a four-car convoy.

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cheeky,ignorant kid’s

When i’m going around a supermarket, walking in the street, on holiday’s, any where and every where. It is unbelievable that so many young people to-day are so cheeky and ignorant.

I’m talking about children as young as 4 and up to middle teen’s’ but i think the young one’s are the worst.

They are asked to do something by the parent and the child say’s no,  they must have heard the  parent say it to someone, so the child learn’s nothing.

The worst thing is the child is not punished for their behavior.

Go to any shop, supermarket and the kid’s are yapping at the parent’s for drink’s,sweet’s all the crap of the day the parent’s give in to keep them quite.

We went out to dinner recently and there was a mother and 3 kid’s sitting 2 table’s away, they would not sit down they spilt their drink’s they cried because they could not get another drink but then the mother got drink’s when the food arrived they refused to eat it.  She eat her dinner while they ran around and then she left, thank god for it.

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uninsured cars

Strict new car insurance rules kick-in.

This is a report about a new law but i don’t think it goe’s far enough, the fine’s are to small and the car should be crushed if they are caught for the second time.

Tough new laws have come into force today designed to crack down on drivers without insurance.

The new legislation rules that anyone with an uninsured vehicle must either declare their car as off the road or arrange a new policy.

Once the DVLA gets wind of an offending vehicle, the owner will be sent a warning letter telling them to take action.

The penalty for further ignorance is a £100 fine, followed by the possibility of having it clamped, seized or destroyed. Additional fines of up to £1,000 can also be implemented.

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credit and store card debt

Britain has more credit card borrowers than any other European country.With the amount of credit and store card’s today,  it is easy to see how the credit card debt is affecting a greater number of people in the UK.  Britains credit card debt level is now totalling approximately £54 billion.  With the value of interest payment’s on credit card’s said to have now reached the £9 billion mark. The average consumer now has debt’s of over £3250 outstanding on credit card’s,  but there are a lot of people with debt’s in the ten’s of thousand’s.

Knowing that you are struggling with UK credit card debt’s is the first wake-up call that need’s to happen,  as this allow’s you to come up with a plan to seek debt advice or start to repay your debt.

The best way would be to cut your credit and store card’s in half and use cash,  this way you will not be getting into debt with your card’s, it might be hard to get used to but its something you must do.

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Super-injunctions are used to gag investigative reporting.

These injunction’s should not be handed out to peple just because they want to protect them selve’s, they should only be used as they are now to stop reporting on a court case while it is still going on.

Injunctions have become one of the most effective tools powerful individual’s and corporation’s use when they want to silence the media.

People with money and influence who have done wrong or think they have a secret that the public should not know about are granted them.

But this privacy law, used by some as a way of protecting against tabloid intrusion, the use of injunctions is being used far wider than ever before.

In their simplest form, they prevent new’s organisation’s from reporting what happen’s in court, usually on the basis that doing so could prejudice a trial.

It is time that judge’s stopped granting ‘super-injunctions’ which are so absolute and wide-ranging that nothing about them can be reported at all.

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boy died age 12

A boy died in my street to-day.
A 12 year old boy died on Sunday night at 9.15pm, just 5 door’s from my house.

It was another case of so called “joy riding” were the boy’s ride illegal motor bike’s which are not taxed, insured, or road worthy. They race up and down road’s and footpath’s not caring who is on them or what traffic is about. A lot have been killed over this past 10 year’s or more. He was a pillion passenger on one of two scramblers being ridden in the area at the time. Lot’s more have been killed in car’s maybe 2-3 at a time.

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yeh, i mean

Yeh i mean

What’s this all about, some sort of new way to start a sentence that came about in this past year or so. Where the hell did this start, some upper crust twat or some dick head hippie.

I listen to footballer’s, film star’s, politician’s, sport’s star’s being interviewed and every sentence is started with these two bloody stupid word’s ( i mean ) we all know you mean what you say, we are not so stupid that we need to be told.

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