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  1. Another day, another shop raid http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/16166709.Southampton_shop_closed_after_early_morning_attempted_raid/
  2. Never have a drink before a long journey. It's better to take one with you and have it when you get there. There's nothing worse than being stuck in a traffic jam due to an accident, and not being able to pee!
  3. Even being in a charity shop you can get your purse nicked http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/16162879.CCTV__Search_for_women_after_blind_woman_in_charity_shop_has_purse_stolen/#comments-anchor
  4. Today - http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/16163688._Caring__man_s_life_in_ruins_after_he_robs_amusement_arcades_in_the_city/#comments-anchor Criminals are more brazen than ever. Prepare yourselves.
  5. Was driving through Christchurch this weekend - I noticed they have closed the big Police Station there! Are the people in power believe that we are so "progressive" now, that crime is now part of ancient history? I looked up the story - they are merging the building with the Firestation http://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/news/15502880.Police_station_closes_its_doors_for_the_final_time_to_make_way_for_major_development/#comments-anchor
  6. BING! Here's innovative answer. They should fit catheters to the staff and pee bags. So they can walk, pee and work at the same time! No need for breaks! The wonders to drive for 100% productivity!
  7. When did Nelson become controversial?

    The thing is, in 500 years time, people may look to what we are doing as barbaric now. -Woah - we eat meat in the 21st century! -We cause genocide every time we use bleach in the toilet. -We kill billions of sub space lifeforms every time we breath, which are not detectable with today's technology. Sometimes we just have to accept and move on, remember that those times were then, and times are different now. People should be mature enough to accept this.
  8. When did Nelson become controversial?

    He offended all shop keepers in 1794, the UK is a "a nation of shopkeepers", or was that Napoleon? Meh who reads history anyway. Taking down statues seems like the virtue signalling bandwagon to jump on.
  9. The ultimate SJW

    Remind me to buy a motorbike or a Porsche Boxster when I hit 60. I think that is the milder option in a mid life crisis.
  10. Plastic on beaches

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5618435/Sainsburys-introduce-touch-free-packaging-millennials-squeamish-raw-meat.html#comments Sainsbury's is to introduce touch-free packaging 'to help millennials who are squeamish about handling raw meat' ---- Uh does this increase the plastic packaging...
  11. RNLI dodgy politics

    ^ Yeah, I felt it was something like that. 25 years ago - you could do something like that. But we live in completely different times now.
  12. http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/16160621.Aptly_named_market_trader_Wayne_Bellows_ordered_to_shut_up_by_council/#comments-anchor Aptly-named market trader Wayne Bellows ordered to shut up by Lymington Town Council The aptly-named trader, has been selling fruit and veg on the High Street for 35 years and is the fourth-generation stallholder. Mr Bellows, 53, told the Daily Echo: “Five weeks ago I was handed a letter saying I’ve got to stop shouting for a couple of hours in the day. On Tuesday I received a phone call from the council saying that she did not want me to shout at all.
  13. Altcoin thread

    There's a lot of work to do. The odds......;Never tell me the odds!!!
  14. There could be a few more (even indirectly) unstuck if May ups the ante on Russian money in London.