A funny smell hangs over Wycombe

There was a definite nip in the air on Friday lunchtime.

The coldness put an extra spring in my step to try to help keep me warm as yours truly promenaded around Wycombe town centre.

Making my way down the High Street I was shocked to see an elderly lady standing beside one of the market stalls feeding the pigeons with some form of bird seed.

It's bad enough that the town is blighted with the infernal air rats without passers by actually encouraging the pesky pigeons.

As fast as the seed was thrown out the feathered pests gobbled it up. Surely the hungry people of the world need feeding before the avian daredevils who swoop down on us as we walk along?

If it hadn't been for the cold weather, and an approaching policeman, yours truly would have given the old lady a piece of my mind and told her in no uncertain terms exactly what my opinions of feeding the pigeons is.

Onwards I walked towards the complex.

Sadly the CD shop now has a large closing down notice in the window.

As shoppers milled around there was a tinge of sadness in the air at the impending closure of one of the few useful shops left in that part of town.

Looking through the window the shelves were still full of goods just waiting the be taken home and played on a CD player to bring cheer to someone's day.

I decided not to go in as I always feel that when a business closes it's best to remember the shop as it was at the height of its glory rather than in the decline of its last few hours.

Seeing that trusty shop standing there condemned to closure brought a tear to my eye indeed after seeing one of my favourite shops in such a state of distress my good self was left feeling quite down and unhappy.

With lunchtime time nearly over I decided to cheer myself up and nipped into a nearby chemist to avail myself with a several squirts of aftershave from one of their many 'tester' bottles.

My good self may have left the complex smelling sweet but I could not help thinking of the funny smell (or should that be pungent odour?) that's drifting over our country, indeed the whole world in fact, created by the bankers whose reckless dealing started the economic downturn.

With their sharp suits, fast cars and big bonuses they have seemingly got away scot free and left the ordinary people to pick up the fallout from their calamitous dealings.

Even my good self has had to make cutbacks in these recent times but others have been, or about to be hit even harder.

Once again the ordinary people pay the price for someone else mistake.

On my way home I called in at a local petrol station to fill up my trusty car. To my horror the high-octane fuel which my car needs was retailing at £1.44 per litre, or £7.85 per proper gallon.

It is any wonder the people did not have and disposable income to spend in the shops? The public are being fleeced left right and centre for every penny they have.

What do you think?

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10:27am Sat 23 Feb 13

buser says...

Making my way down the High Street I was shocked to see an elderly lady standing beside one of the market stalls feeding the pigeons with some form of bird seed.

Well 'my good self', the pompous, self-righteous, perhaps needs to take the blinkers off and look beyond the narrow confines of his own, selfish world. So the pigeons are a nuisance, so you, if a policeman had not been around, had the right to intervene. Did you stop to think WHY the elderly lady felt the need to feed the pigeons? NO! Was she lonely, sad, did she have anybody to cars about or anybody to care about her? All you saw was SELF and the pesky pigeons.

In the village there was a very old lady, who regularly walked her little dog along the road. She wore the same clothes all the year round. The kind lady in a local shop did her best to help her but you never saw the lady with friends or family. This week there were police cars and an ambulance outside her house. The neighbours had raised the alarm as they had heard the little dog barking. When the police gained entry the lady was dead. She had lived for her little dog but there was nobody to mourn her passing or even look after the dog. We now know she was an artist, a hoarder, probably a wealthy lady who perhaps chose to live the way she did with a little dog to love and love her. Who knows? We all need to be loved and needed. Perhaps the pesky pigeons, on this occasion were also fulfilling a human need. As I have said, try and look beyond the good self who cannot help being obese but eats packets of biscuits and drinks pop in bed, and as previously suggested, think of others not just self.

You have now written two waffles about how sad 'my good self' is about the closing of a shop, seemingly, a huge sadness, enough to move a grown man to tears apparently. You boast about your huge home, your antiquated gas guzzling cars, you don't consider the pollution you cause nor the plight of the homeless as you promenade around. You worry about the luxurious life style of and smart dress of some, all of whom have gained their wealth at the public's expense, and write a missive about the scruffily dressed unemployed all of whom, according to you are scroungers. Perhaps a lot less assumptions and a load more facts and research would help to make you a more plausible journalist.
Making my way down the High Street I was shocked to see an elderly lady standing beside one of the market stalls feeding the pigeons with some form of bird seed. Well 'my good self', the pompous, self-righteous, perhaps needs to take the blinkers off and look beyond the narrow confines of his own, selfish world. So the pigeons are a nuisance, so you, if a policeman had not been around, had the right to intervene. Did you stop to think WHY the elderly lady felt the need to feed the pigeons? NO! Was she lonely, sad, did she have anybody to cars about or anybody to care about her? All you saw was SELF and the pesky pigeons. In the village there was a very old lady, who regularly walked her little dog along the road. She wore the same clothes all the year round. The kind lady in a local shop did her best to help her but you never saw the lady with friends or family. This week there were police cars and an ambulance outside her house. The neighbours had raised the alarm as they had heard the little dog barking. When the police gained entry the lady was dead. She had lived for her little dog but there was nobody to mourn her passing or even look after the dog. We now know she was an artist, a hoarder, probably a wealthy lady who perhaps chose to live the way she did with a little dog to love and love her. Who knows? We all need to be loved and needed. Perhaps the pesky pigeons, on this occasion were also fulfilling a human need. As I have said, try and look beyond the good self who cannot help being obese but eats packets of biscuits and drinks pop in bed, and as previously suggested, think of others not just self. You have now written two waffles about how sad 'my good self' is about the closing of a shop, seemingly, a huge sadness, enough to move a grown man to tears apparently. You boast about your huge home, your antiquated gas guzzling cars, you don't consider the pollution you cause nor the plight of the homeless as you promenade around. You worry about the luxurious life style of and smart dress of some, all of whom have gained their wealth at the public's expense, and write a missive about the scruffily dressed unemployed all of whom, according to you are scroungers. Perhaps a lot less assumptions and a load more facts and research would help to make you a more plausible journalist. buser
  • Score: 32

11:38am Sat 23 Feb 13

buser says...

Please explain! If your motives were honourable, and okay the pigeons are a nuisance, what possible difference did it make that a policeman was near by? If there had been no policeman it would be okay for you to approach the lady and admonish her? I have to say, you sound like a distinctively, furtive, shady character! No wonder you try to remain incognito.
Please explain! If your motives were honourable, and okay the pigeons are a nuisance, what possible difference did it make that a policeman was near by? If there had been no policeman it would be okay for you to approach the lady and admonish her? I have to say, you sound like a distinctively, furtive, shady character! No wonder you try to remain incognito. buser
  • Score: 17

11:59am Sat 23 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

Come on you pigeon lovers - get furious!
Come on you pigeon lovers - get furious! ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 15

12:19pm Sat 23 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

buser wrote:
Please explain! If your motives were honourable, and okay the pigeons are a nuisance, what possible difference did it make that a policeman was near by? If there had been no policeman it would be okay for you to approach the lady and admonish her? I have to say, you sound like a distinctively, furtive, shady character! No wonder you try to remain incognito.
I think I know who you are - you were once rude to me about Milo the Dog when he was minding his own business off the lead when you were outside your workplace - if it's the little old lady with the shopping trolley who also feeds the squirrels near the Dyke then she would have seen you off you daft b u g g e r!
[quote][p][bold]buser[/bold] wrote: Please explain! If your motives were honourable, and okay the pigeons are a nuisance, what possible difference did it make that a policeman was near by? If there had been no policeman it would be okay for you to approach the lady and admonish her? I have to say, you sound like a distinctively, furtive, shady character! No wonder you try to remain incognito.[/p][/quote]I think I know who you are - you were once rude to me about Milo the Dog when he was minding his own business off the lead when you were outside your workplace - if it's the little old lady with the shopping trolley who also feeds the squirrels near the Dyke then she would have seen you off you daft b u g g e r! ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 5

12:22pm Sat 23 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

This sounds implausible in any case (not often that happens with your blog) - I've never seen the little old lady or anyone else feeding pigeons in the town centre - someone would say something as pigeon poo is a nuisance in town.
This sounds implausible in any case (not often that happens with your blog) - I've never seen the little old lady or anyone else feeding pigeons in the town centre - someone would say something as pigeon poo is a nuisance in town. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 5

3:29pm Sat 23 Feb 13

buser says...

You don't suppose that the 'funny smell' is emitted by I for 'promenading through the Eden with his umpteen squirts of sample aftershave? That surely must be enough to frighten the shoppers.
You don't suppose that the 'funny smell' is emitted by I for 'promenading through the Eden with his umpteen squirts of sample aftershave? That surely must be enough to frighten the shoppers. buser
  • Score: 6

11:58pm Sat 23 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

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There was a definite nip in the air on Friday lunchtime.


If igor were Japanese then it would have been a nasty Nip.
. [italic] [quote] There was a definite nip in the air on Friday lunchtime. [/quote][/italic] If igor were Japanese then it would have been a nasty Nip. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 1

11:58am Sun 24 Feb 13

fishyfingerz says...

i like pigeons, unfortunetly they are not in season until september.
try them with a nice red wine gravy.
i like pigeons, unfortunetly they are not in season until september. try them with a nice red wine gravy. fishyfingerz
  • Score: 4

12:09pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

fishyfingerz wrote:
i like pigeons, unfortunetly they are not in season until september.
try them with a nice red wine gravy.
I have a feeling that feral urban pigeons would not be so nice.

Though a bloke got into trouble for trapping them in Trafalgar Square and selling them to West End Restaurants I seem to remember about twenty years ago.
[quote][p][bold]fishyfingerz[/bold] wrote: i like pigeons, unfortunetly they are not in season until september. try them with a nice red wine gravy.[/p][/quote]I have a feeling that feral urban pigeons would not be so nice. Though a bloke got into trouble for trapping them in Trafalgar Square and selling them to West End Restaurants I seem to remember about twenty years ago. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 3

12:29pm Sun 24 Feb 13

Alberto The Great says...

Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?
Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal? Alberto The Great
  • Score: 2

12:44pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

Alberto The Great wrote:
Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?
We'd all be locked up for life by now if it were.
[quote][p][bold]Alberto The Great[/bold] wrote: Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?[/p][/quote]We'd all be locked up for life by now if it were. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 13

12:50pm Sun 24 Feb 13

Kiwipuss says...

buser wrote:
You don't suppose that the 'funny smell' is emitted by I for 'promenading through the Eden with his umpteen squirts of sample aftershave? That surely must be enough to frighten the shoppers.
Instead of having to nip into a local Chemist to get a freeby squirt of aftershave, why didn't he put his hand in his fat wallet and buy some, (Like we all do) Come the summer it'll probably be 'Sun Cream'
[quote][p][bold]buser[/bold] wrote: You don't suppose that the 'funny smell' is emitted by I for 'promenading through the Eden with his umpteen squirts of sample aftershave? That surely must be enough to frighten the shoppers.[/p][/quote]Instead of having to nip into a local Chemist to get a freeby squirt of aftershave, why didn't he put his hand in his fat wallet and buy some, (Like we all do) Come the summer it'll probably be 'Sun Cream' Kiwipuss
  • Score: 3

12:53pm Sun 24 Feb 13

tom.marlow2 says...

Alberto The Great wrote:
Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?
No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.
[quote][p][bold]Alberto The Great[/bold] wrote: Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?[/p][/quote]No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more. tom.marlow2
  • Score: 4

12:55pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

tom.marlow2 wrote:
Alberto The Great wrote:
Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?
No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.
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All efforts are welcome!
[quote][p][bold]tom.marlow2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alberto The Great[/bold] wrote: Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?[/p][/quote]No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.[/p][/quote]. All efforts are welcome! ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 4

1:11pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
Alberto The Great wrote:
Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?
We'd all be locked up for life by now if it were.
They'd have re-introduced the death penalty - but hopefully tested it on the Great Blogger of Evil first.
[quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alberto The Great[/bold] wrote: Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?[/p][/quote]We'd all be locked up for life by now if it were.[/p][/quote]They'd have re-introduced the death penalty - but hopefully tested it on the Great Blogger of Evil first. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 3

1:40pm Sun 24 Feb 13

buser says...

Oh Tom, I cannot compete, nor do I try to do so, with Lawrence, Demoness, Usevelt, Craig, Fishyfingers and all the other great comment writers. I appreciate that a lot of Ivor's missives to the world are drivel, designed as winde ups, but surely, if you enjoy having a say and joining in, you should feel free to do so. Aside, they seem to be a very welcoming crew, and the banter is fun.
Oh Tom, I cannot compete, nor do I try to do so, with Lawrence, Demoness, Usevelt, Craig, Fishyfingers and all the other great comment writers. I appreciate that a lot of Ivor's missives to the world are drivel, designed as winde ups, but surely, if you enjoy having a say and joining in, you should feel free to do so. Aside, they seem to be a very welcoming crew, and the banter is fun. buser
  • Score: 3

1:47pm Sun 24 Feb 13

tom.marlow2 says...

ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
tom.marlow2 wrote:
Alberto The Great wrote:
Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?
No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.
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All efforts are welcome!
Actually, I have just noticed that my infernal spell checker removed the word "not" from my comment which should have read "No, just not very interesting"

But my point that Lawrence pretty much has the whole thing sewn up still stands. He is the Wiggo of Ivor baiting - unless of course he turns out to be the Armstrong or Contador.

I prefer to challenge the science deniers like Peter Simpson and Bill Williams
[quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tom.marlow2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alberto The Great[/bold] wrote: Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?[/p][/quote]No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.[/p][/quote]. All efforts are welcome![/p][/quote]Actually, I have just noticed that my infernal spell checker removed the word "not" from my comment which should have read "No, just not very interesting" But my point that Lawrence pretty much has the whole thing sewn up still stands. He is the Wiggo of Ivor baiting - unless of course he turns out to be the Armstrong or Contador. I prefer to challenge the science deniers like Peter Simpson and Bill Williams tom.marlow2
  • Score: 3

1:52pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
tom.marlow2 wrote:
Alberto The Great wrote:
Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?
No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.
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All efforts are welcome!
Should have said ' All contributions are welcome!'
[quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tom.marlow2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alberto The Great[/bold] wrote: Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?[/p][/quote]No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.[/p][/quote]. All efforts are welcome![/p][/quote]Should have said ' All contributions are welcome!' ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 2

1:54pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

tom.marlow2 wrote:
ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
tom.marlow2 wrote:
Alberto The Great wrote:
Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?
No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.
.



All efforts are welcome!
Actually, I have just noticed that my infernal spell checker removed the word "not" from my comment which should have read "No, just not very interesting"

But my point that Lawrence pretty much has the whole thing sewn up still stands. He is the Wiggo of Ivor baiting - unless of course he turns out to be the Armstrong or Contador.

I prefer to challenge the science deniers like Peter Simpson and Bill Williams
I think it's satisfying at times and quite interesting - challenging the science deniers is a complete waste of effort.
[quote][p][bold]tom.marlow2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tom.marlow2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alberto The Great[/bold] wrote: Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?[/p][/quote]No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.[/p][/quote]. All efforts are welcome![/p][/quote]Actually, I have just noticed that my infernal spell checker removed the word "not" from my comment which should have read "No, just not very interesting" But my point that Lawrence pretty much has the whole thing sewn up still stands. He is the Wiggo of Ivor baiting - unless of course he turns out to be the Armstrong or Contador. I prefer to challenge the science deniers like Peter Simpson and Bill Williams[/p][/quote]I think it's satisfying at times and quite interesting - challenging the science deniers is a complete waste of effort. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 3

1:55pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
tom.marlow2 wrote:
Alberto The Great wrote:
Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?
No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.
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All efforts are welcome!
Should have said ' All contributions are welcome!'
(My stupidity not the new fangled spell checker!)
[quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tom.marlow2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alberto The Great[/bold] wrote: Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?[/p][/quote]No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.[/p][/quote]. All efforts are welcome![/p][/quote]Should have said ' All contributions are welcome!'[/p][/quote](My stupidity not the new fangled spell checker!) ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 3

1:59pm Sun 24 Feb 13

featheredfriend says...

tom.marlow2 wrote:
Alberto The Great wrote:
Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?
No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.
Me neither.
[quote][p][bold]tom.marlow2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alberto The Great[/bold] wrote: Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?[/p][/quote]No, just very interesting. I cant compete with lawrence so I dont bother any more.[/p][/quote]Me neither. featheredfriend
  • Score: 3

6:11pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of buser at 10:27am on Sat 23 Feb 13
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Yes, I think I did have the right to intervene after all everyone knows the pigeons are a nuisance.
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Sadly I did not enquire if the lady feeing the birds was lonely however surely it would have been better to walk down to the Rye and feed the magnificent swans and ducks rather then the manky town centre pigeons?
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Being a single person I know all about loneliness and what is does to one. Sadly there is nobody around to love me. Your story about the old lady in the village is most moving, I often wonder if anyone would raise the alarm if I passed away and one day my blog failed to appear? Maybe I should write a blog on the topic?
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But I really am saddened to see nipper turned out of his kennel in the complex, the passing of that CD store will be a sad day for Wycombe.
Re the comments of buser at 10:27am on Sat 23 Feb 13 ~ Yes, I think I did have the right to intervene after all everyone knows the pigeons are a nuisance. ~ Sadly I did not enquire if the lady feeing the birds was lonely however surely it would have been better to walk down to the Rye and feed the magnificent swans and ducks rather then the manky town centre pigeons? ~ Being a single person I know all about loneliness and what is does to one. Sadly there is nobody around to love me. Your story about the old lady in the village is most moving, I often wonder if anyone would raise the alarm if I passed away and one day my blog failed to appear? Maybe I should write a blog on the topic? ~ But I really am saddened to see nipper turned out of his kennel in the complex, the passing of that CD store will be a sad day for Wycombe. ivor
  • Score: -3

6:11pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of buser at 11:38am on Sat 23 Feb 13
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Well, it's hardly a good idea to have a conversation, which may become an argument, with someone if an officer of the law is in the vicinity....
Re the comments of buser at 11:38am on Sat 23 Feb 13 ~ Well, it's hardly a good idea to have a conversation, which may become an argument, with someone if an officer of the law is in the vicinity.... ivor
  • Score: -3

6:11pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 11:59am on Sat 23 Feb 13
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Lawrence, apart from one old lady nobody loves the town centre pigeons....
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 11:59am on Sat 23 Feb 13 ~ Lawrence, apart from one old lady nobody loves the town centre pigeons.... ivor
  • Score: -3

6:12pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:19pm on Sat 23 Feb 13
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Yes, the old lady did ave a shopping trolley. From what you say it sounds like it was best that I didn't get involved especially if a policeman was around....
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:19pm on Sat 23 Feb 13 ~ Yes, the old lady did ave a shopping trolley. From what you say it sounds like it was best that I didn't get involved especially if a policeman was around.... ivor
  • Score: -3

6:12pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:22pm on Sat 23 Feb 13
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Well I am saying something!
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:22pm on Sat 23 Feb 13 ~ Well I am saying something! ivor
  • Score: 0

6:12pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of buser at 3:29pm on Sat 23 Feb 13
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I can assure you that I have very good taste in aftershave, indeed I consider myself to be an aftershave connoisseur. What can be better than a delicate fragrance wafting through the air as one passes by?
Re the comments of buser at 3:29pm on Sat 23 Feb 13 ~ I can assure you that I have very good taste in aftershave, indeed I consider myself to be an aftershave connoisseur. What can be better than a delicate fragrance wafting through the air as one passes by? ivor
  • Score: -3

6:12pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 11:59pm on Sat 23 Feb 13
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Careful or one of the PC brigade will declare you a racist for that comment....
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 11:59pm on Sat 23 Feb 13 ~ Careful or one of the PC brigade will declare you a racist for that comment.... ivor
  • Score: -3

6:13pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of fishyfingerz at 11:58am
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No doubt you get your treat from one of the many fast food shops that also sell horse burgers?
Re the comments of fishyfingerz at 11:58am ~ No doubt you get your treat from one of the many fast food shops that also sell horse burgers? ivor
  • Score: -8

6:13pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:09pm
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Have you ever tried one?
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:09pm ~ Have you ever tried one? ivor
  • Score: -6

6:13pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of Alberto The Great at 12:29pm
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If it isn't it should be!
Re the comments of Alberto The Great at 12:29pm ~ If it isn't it should be! ivor
  • Score: -6

6:13pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:44pm
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You are assuming the thought police are efficient in their operation!
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:44pm ~ You are assuming the thought police are efficient in their operation! ivor
  • Score: -5

6:13pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of Kiwipuss at 12:50pm
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Sadly I am not a man of means and the price of the aftershave is too much for my wallet to stand.
Re the comments of Kiwipuss at 12:50pm ~ Sadly I am not a man of means and the price of the aftershave is too much for my wallet to stand. ivor
  • Score: -4

6:14pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of tom.marlow2 at 12:53pm
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Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. I did use to enjoy reading your comments.
Re the comments of tom.marlow2 at 12:53pm ~ Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. I did use to enjoy reading your comments. ivor
  • Score: -7

6:14pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:55pm
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Don't encourage him!
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:55pm ~ Don't encourage him! ivor
  • Score: -6

6:14pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 1:11pm
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That's a dreadful thing to say about my good self....
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 1:11pm ~ That's a dreadful thing to say about my good self.... ivor
  • Score: -6

6:15pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of buser at 1:40pm
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Well, I always enjoy reading your comments.
Re the comments of buser at 1:40pm ~ Well, I always enjoy reading your comments. ivor
  • Score: -5

6:15pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of tom.marlow2 at 1:47pm
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So now you are blaming the spelling checker too!
Re the comments of tom.marlow2 at 1:47pm ~ So now you are blaming the spelling checker too! ivor
  • Score: -6

6:15pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 1:52pm
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What's the different between an effort and a contribution?
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 1:52pm ~ What's the different between an effort and a contribution? ivor
  • Score: -5

6:15pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 1:54pm
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But challenging those who believe in the mythical global warming is a good use of time, well I think so after all the truth always wins out in the end.
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 1:54pm ~ But challenging those who believe in the mythical global warming is a good use of time, well I think so after all the truth always wins out in the end. ivor
  • Score: -7

6:16pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 1:55pm
~
Lesson 1: If there is an electric machine involved the blame it rather than yourself!
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 1:55pm ~ Lesson 1: If there is an electric machine involved the blame it rather than yourself! ivor
  • Score: -4

6:16pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of featheredfriend at 1:59pm
~
But I like reading your comments.
Re the comments of featheredfriend at 1:59pm ~ But I like reading your comments. ivor
  • Score: -5

6:36pm Sun 24 Feb 13

buser says...

ivor wrote:
Re the comments of buser at 11:38am on Sat 23 Feb 13
~
Well, it's hardly a good idea to have a conversation, which may become an argument, with someone if an officer of the law is in the vicinity....
You really are damned right cowardly! "Right is right and wrong is nobody's right". As a man of principles, regardless of the policeman, if you felt you had the right to admonish the lady, the policeman should make absolutely no difference, I am very disappointed at such an ungentlemanly stance! Incidentally, as previously stated, it takes so little to shock you, you really do need to get out more.

As for your loneliness,sorry no sympathy, totally your choice. You go to work, you talk about your friends and neighbours, so you meet and interact with people, you make the choices.
[quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of buser at 11:38am on Sat 23 Feb 13 ~ Well, it's hardly a good idea to have a conversation, which may become an argument, with someone if an officer of the law is in the vicinity....[/p][/quote]You really are damned right cowardly! "Right is right and wrong is nobody's right". As a man of principles, regardless of the policeman, if you felt you had the right to admonish the lady, the policeman should make absolutely no difference, I am very disappointed at such an ungentlemanly stance! Incidentally, as previously stated, it takes so little to shock you, you really do need to get out more. As for your loneliness,sorry no sympathy, totally your choice. You go to work, you talk about your friends and neighbours, so you meet and interact with people, you make the choices. buser
  • Score: 4

6:50pm Sun 24 Feb 13

fishyfingerz says...

ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
fishyfingerz wrote:
i like pigeons, unfortunetly they are not in season until september.
try them with a nice red wine gravy.
I have a feeling that feral urban pigeons would not be so nice.

Though a bloke got into trouble for trapping them in Trafalgar Square and selling them to West End Restaurants I seem to remember about twenty years ago.
seems to be less pigeons in frogmoor recently.

I had a nice chicken burger from one of the chick shops on frogmoor today
[quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fishyfingerz[/bold] wrote: i like pigeons, unfortunetly they are not in season until september. try them with a nice red wine gravy.[/p][/quote]I have a feeling that feral urban pigeons would not be so nice. Though a bloke got into trouble for trapping them in Trafalgar Square and selling them to West End Restaurants I seem to remember about twenty years ago.[/p][/quote]seems to be less pigeons in frogmoor recently. I had a nice chicken burger from one of the chick shops on frogmoor today fishyfingerz
  • Score: 1

6:53pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm
~
I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it!
~
Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out....
~
There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness....
Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm ~ I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it! ~ Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out.... ~ There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness.... ivor
  • Score: -5

6:53pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of fishyfingerz at 6:50pm
~
Are you sure it was all chicken in that 'home made' burger....
Re the comments of fishyfingerz at 6:50pm ~ Are you sure it was all chicken in that 'home made' burger.... ivor
  • Score: -5

6:54pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

ivor wrote:
Re the comments of buser at 10:27am on Sat 23 Feb 13
~
Yes, I think I did have the right to intervene after all everyone knows the pigeons are a nuisance.
~
Sadly I did not enquire if the lady feeing the birds was lonely however surely it would have been better to walk down to the Rye and feed the magnificent swans and ducks rather then the manky town centre pigeons?
~
Being a single person I know all about loneliness and what is does to one. Sadly there is nobody around to love me. Your story about the old lady in the village is most moving, I often wonder if anyone would raise the alarm if I passed away and one day my blog failed to appear? Maybe I should write a blog on the topic?
~
But I really am saddened to see nipper turned out of his kennel in the complex, the passing of that CD store will be a sad day for Wycombe.
Being a single person I know all about loneliness and what is does to one. Sadly there is nobody around to love me.


LOL!!

It’s your own fault for being so boring – but what about your S&M partner Lucifer?
[quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of buser at 10:27am on Sat 23 Feb 13 ~ Yes, I think I did have the right to intervene after all everyone knows the pigeons are a nuisance. ~ Sadly I did not enquire if the lady feeing the birds was lonely however surely it would have been better to walk down to the Rye and feed the magnificent swans and ducks rather then the manky town centre pigeons? ~ Being a single person I know all about loneliness and what is does to one. Sadly there is nobody around to love me. Your story about the old lady in the village is most moving, I often wonder if anyone would raise the alarm if I passed away and one day my blog failed to appear? Maybe I should write a blog on the topic? ~ But I really am saddened to see nipper turned out of his kennel in the complex, the passing of that CD store will be a sad day for Wycombe.[/p][/quote][italic] [quote] Being a single person I know all about loneliness and what is does to one. Sadly there is nobody around to love me. [/quote][/italic] LOL!! It’s your own fault for being so boring – but what about your S&M partner Lucifer? [italic] [quote] [/quote][/italic] ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 5

6:56pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ivor says...

Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 6:54pm
~
I can assure you that I am not boring indeed yours truly is the life and soul of the party! (When I am invited to a party that is....)
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 6:54pm ~ I can assure you that I am not boring indeed yours truly is the life and soul of the party! (When I am invited to a party that is....) ivor
  • Score: -12

6:59pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

ivor wrote:
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:22pm on Sat 23 Feb 13
~
Well I am saying something!
Yeah - you made it up.
[quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:22pm on Sat 23 Feb 13 ~ Well I am saying something![/p][/quote]Yeah - you made it up. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 2

7:03pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

ivor wrote:
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:44pm
~
You are assuming the thought police are efficient in their operation!
Re the comments of ivor at 6:13pm I can't be bothered going back to see the comment of mine you are talking about.
[quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:44pm ~ You are assuming the thought police are efficient in their operation![/p][/quote]Re the comments of ivor at 6:13pm I can't be bothered going back to see the comment of mine you are talking about. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 5

7:06pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

ivor wrote:
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 11:59am on Sat 23 Feb 13
~
Lawrence, apart from one old lady nobody loves the town centre pigeons....
Then your troll was wasted.
[quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 11:59am on Sat 23 Feb 13 ~ Lawrence, apart from one old lady nobody loves the town centre pigeons....[/p][/quote]Then your troll was wasted. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 4

7:08pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

ivor wrote:
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 1:11pm
~
That's a dreadful thing to say about my good self....
Whatever it was it was an understatement.
[quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 1:11pm ~ That's a dreadful thing to say about my good self....[/p][/quote]Whatever it was it was an understatement. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 7

7:12pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

Back to normal – 52 comments 24 – just under 50% are replies – sorry ‘replies’ - from igor himself. Soon it will be more than 50%.
Back to normal – 52 comments 24 – just under 50% are replies – sorry ‘replies’ - from igor himself. Soon it will be more than 50%. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 5

7:16pm Sun 24 Feb 13

demoness the second says...

ivor wrote:
Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm
~
I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it!
~
Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out....
~
There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness....
Had of??
Really?
You don't need the of..

The sentence should read
"Suppose I had taken the lady to task.."
Can't really blame the old spellchecker on that one can you?
[quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm ~ I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it! ~ Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out.... ~ There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness....[/p][/quote]Had of?? Really? You don't need the of.. The sentence should read "Suppose I had taken the lady to task.." Can't really blame the old spellchecker on that one can you? demoness the second
  • Score: 7

7:24pm Sun 24 Feb 13

buser says...

ivor wrote:
Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm
~
I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it!
~
Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out....
~
There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness....
You really are beyond redemption! The police have better things to do than arrest a person for politely asking someone to desist from feeding pigeons in the town centre and had you been arrested, at least your "good self" could have written yet another miserable 'Poor Old Me" blog. We are already threatened with the perils of living alone, there really is no end to your self pity, all of which is self inflicted. You claim to be the life and soul of the party when you choose, the character you portray just isn't plausible, try a little reality and truthfulness.
[quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm ~ I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it! ~ Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out.... ~ There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness....[/p][/quote]You really are beyond redemption! The police have better things to do than arrest a person for politely asking someone to desist from feeding pigeons in the town centre and had you been arrested, at least your "good self" could have written yet another miserable 'Poor Old Me" blog. We are already threatened with the perils of living alone, there really is no end to your self pity, all of which is self inflicted. You claim to be the life and soul of the party when you choose, the character you portray just isn't plausible, try a little reality and truthfulness. buser
  • Score: 5

7:35pm Sun 24 Feb 13

tom.marlow2 says...

demoness the second wrote:
ivor wrote:
Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm
~
I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it!
~
Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out....
~
There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness....
Had of??
Really?
You don't need the of..

The sentence should read
"Suppose I had taken the lady to task.."
Can't really blame the old spellchecker on that one can you?
And for what exactly would the policeman have arrested him?

The "pigeon feeders, taking to task act" of 1973? This was ruled to be in contravention of EU legislation some time back and we are now free to remonstrate with feeders of annoying wildlife.
[quote][p][bold]demoness the second[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm ~ I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it! ~ Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out.... ~ There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness....[/p][/quote]Had of?? Really? You don't need the of.. The sentence should read "Suppose I had taken the lady to task.." Can't really blame the old spellchecker on that one can you?[/p][/quote]And for what exactly would the policeman have arrested him? The "pigeon feeders, taking to task act" of 1973? This was ruled to be in contravention of EU legislation some time back and we are now free to remonstrate with feeders of annoying wildlife. tom.marlow2
  • Score: 4

7:41pm Sun 24 Feb 13

wearetottenham says...

ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
This sounds implausible in any case (not often that happens with your blog) - I've never seen the little old lady or anyone else feeding pigeons in the town centre - someone would say something as pigeon poo is a nuisance in town.
The little old lady with her shopping trolley has been feeding the pigeons for many many years in the high street and is well known to the market traders for her nuisance value. Perhaps Ivor should have called the policeman over to her as I am sure a by-law was passed some years ago banning the feeding of pigeons in the high street and there were small signs to that effect
[quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: This sounds implausible in any case (not often that happens with your blog) - I've never seen the little old lady or anyone else feeding pigeons in the town centre - someone would say something as pigeon poo is a nuisance in town.[/p][/quote]The little old lady with her shopping trolley has been feeding the pigeons for many many years in the high street and is well known to the market traders for her nuisance value. Perhaps Ivor should have called the policeman over to her as I am sure a by-law was passed some years ago banning the feeding of pigeons in the high street and there were small signs to that effect wearetottenham
  • Score: 5

7:41pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

fishyfingerz wrote:
ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
fishyfingerz wrote:
i like pigeons, unfortunetly they are not in season until september.
try them with a nice red wine gravy.
I have a feeling that feral urban pigeons would not be so nice.

Though a bloke got into trouble for trapping them in Trafalgar Square and selling them to West End Restaurants I seem to remember about twenty years ago.
seems to be less pigeons in frogmoor recently.

I had a nice chicken burger from one of the chick shops on frogmoor today
Here ... you don't think ...
[quote][p][bold]fishyfingerz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fishyfingerz[/bold] wrote: i like pigeons, unfortunetly they are not in season until september. try them with a nice red wine gravy.[/p][/quote]I have a feeling that feral urban pigeons would not be so nice. Though a bloke got into trouble for trapping them in Trafalgar Square and selling them to West End Restaurants I seem to remember about twenty years ago.[/p][/quote]seems to be less pigeons in frogmoor recently. I had a nice chicken burger from one of the chick shops on frogmoor today[/p][/quote]Here ... you don't think ... ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 2

7:47pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

ivor wrote:
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 6:54pm
~
I can assure you that I am not boring indeed yours truly is the life and soul of the party! (When I am invited to a party that is....)
Surely a few minutes strapped to your flogging bench while Lucifer thrashes you is equivalent to several hours' intelligent conversation with a poster on the BFP?
[quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 6:54pm ~ I can assure you that I am not boring indeed yours truly is the life and soul of the party! (When I am invited to a party that is....)[/p][/quote]Surely a few minutes strapped to your flogging bench while Lucifer thrashes you is equivalent to several hours' intelligent conversation with a poster on the BFP? ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 3

7:51pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

ivor wrote:
Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:09pm
~
Have you ever tried one?
I've eaten all sorts of disgusting things - you'd be surprised how many ordinary things make a nice snack - bloggers must be about the only one I haven't ever tried.
[quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of ImpeturbableLawrence at 12:09pm ~ Have you ever tried one?[/p][/quote]I've eaten all sorts of disgusting things - you'd be surprised how many ordinary things make a nice snack - bloggers must be about the only one I haven't ever tried. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 3

7:51pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

(There are limits.)
(There are limits.) ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 4

7:56pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

I wonder if fishyfingerz has ever tried a nice cheesy blogger from one of the fast food places at Frogmoor.
I wonder if fishyfingerz has ever tried a nice cheesy blogger from one of the fast food places at Frogmoor. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 7

8:06pm Sun 24 Feb 13

supercraig says...

demoness the second wrote:
ivor wrote:
Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm
~
I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it!
~
Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out....
~
There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness....
Had of??
Really?
You don't need the of..

The sentence should read
"Suppose I had taken the lady to task.."
Can't really blame the old spellchecker on that one can you?
'had of' is quite telling - the only people I've ever heard say that have been in their early 20s, if that. it seems like quite a new (and irritating) corruption of the language

...he claims to be how old?!
[quote][p][bold]demoness the second[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm ~ I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it! ~ Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out.... ~ There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness....[/p][/quote]Had of?? Really? You don't need the of.. The sentence should read "Suppose I had taken the lady to task.." Can't really blame the old spellchecker on that one can you?[/p][/quote]'had of' is quite telling - the only people I've ever heard say that have been in their early 20s, if that. it seems like quite a new (and irritating) corruption of the language ...he claims to be how old?! supercraig
  • Score: 2

8:14pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

supercraig wrote:
demoness the second wrote:
ivor wrote:
Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm
~
I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it!
~
Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out....
~
There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness....
Had of??
Really?
You don't need the of..

The sentence should read
"Suppose I had taken the lady to task.."
Can't really blame the old spellchecker on that one can you?
'had of' is quite telling - the only people I've ever heard say that have been in their early 20s, if that. it seems like quite a new (and irritating) corruption of the language

...he claims to be how old?!
He was a crusty 42 year old when he was born though.
[quote][p][bold]supercraig[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]demoness the second[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ivor[/bold] wrote: Re the comments of buser at 6:36pm ~ I can assure you that I no coward! Far from it! ~ Suppose I had of taken the lady to task and the policeman had arrested me? Well, I may have ended up it the cells and been unable to publish my next blog. I kept quiet so you, and everyone else, could enjoy my next blog! Besides there is nobody to bail me out.... ~ There are some who may interact with others at work and in society but when the front door shuts the house is nothing but a world of loneliness....[/p][/quote]Had of?? Really? You don't need the of.. The sentence should read "Suppose I had taken the lady to task.." Can't really blame the old spellchecker on that one can you?[/p][/quote]'had of' is quite telling - the only people I've ever heard say that have been in their early 20s, if that. it seems like quite a new (and irritating) corruption of the language ...he claims to be how old?![/p][/quote]He was a crusty 42 year old when he was born though. ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 4

8:16pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

(In any case ‘should of’ ‘might of’ et cetera go back donkeys’ years.)’
(In any case ‘should of’ ‘might of’ et cetera go back donkeys’ years.)’ ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 6

8:16pm Sun 24 Feb 13

buser says...

Oh Tom, is there another, little known law for remonstrating with or better still, beheading, self opinionated, self adoring, fantasising, 'good -self' bloggers? (Only when a policeman isn't looking of course.)
Oh Tom, is there another, little known law for remonstrating with or better still, beheading, self opinionated, self adoring, fantasising, 'good -self' bloggers? (Only when a policeman isn't looking of course.) buser
  • Score: 12

8:18pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

The tweed sports jacket, brown hat and brogues, must have made it a very difficult birth for his mother!

(Fortunately the obstetrician had persuaded him not to smoke a pipe.)
The tweed sports jacket, brown hat and brogues, must have made it a very difficult birth for his mother! (Fortunately the obstetrician had persuaded him not to smoke a pipe.) ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 12

8:19pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

(He put his mouth very close to Mum's tummy and shouted.)
(He put his mouth very close to Mum's tummy and shouted.) ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 2

8:21pm Sun 24 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

(SHOUTED!)
(SHOUTED!) ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 2

1:01am Mon 25 Feb 13

Alberto The Great says...

ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
The tweed sports jacket, brown hat and brogues, must have made it a very difficult birth for his mother!

(Fortunately the obstetrician had persuaded him not to smoke a pipe.)
Did some poor unfortunate woman actually give birth to Ivor?
[quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: The tweed sports jacket, brown hat and brogues, must have made it a very difficult birth for his mother! (Fortunately the obstetrician had persuaded him not to smoke a pipe.)[/p][/quote]Did some poor unfortunate woman actually give birth to Ivor? Alberto The Great
  • Score: 5

8:46am Mon 25 Feb 13

buser says...

ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
Back to normal – 52 comments 24 – just under 50% are replies – sorry ‘replies’ - from igor himself. Soon it will be more than 50%.
Ah but he only answers the questions he chooses, just as you said Lawrence, 'small child syndrome', smoking, gas guzzling cars, pollution,Lucifer etc. all get 'forgotten/ missed', he is still at the egocentric developmental stage where you can do 'poor old me' but cannot be honest about your less endearing/ palatable side. Very sad in what purports to be a grown man.
[quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: Back to normal – 52 comments 24 – just under 50% are replies – sorry ‘replies’ - from igor himself. Soon it will be more than 50%.[/p][/quote]Ah but he only answers the questions he chooses, just as you said Lawrence, 'small child syndrome', smoking, gas guzzling cars, pollution,Lucifer etc. all get 'forgotten/ missed', he is still at the egocentric developmental stage where you can do 'poor old me' but cannot be honest about your less endearing/ palatable side. Very sad in what purports to be a grown man. buser
  • Score: 5

10:06am Mon 25 Feb 13

Dr James says...

This has got to be the worst yet, YaaaaaaaawwwnnNNNNNN
NNNN
This has got to be the worst yet, YaaaaaaaawwwnnNNNNNN NNNN Dr James
  • Score: 5

10:18am Mon 25 Feb 13

usvelt says...

PLEASE POST LINKS TO THE QUESTIONS YOU SAY YOU HAVE ANSWERED.



They still need answers:


1. what was the hill you managed to go down at over 70mph on your bicycle?
2:with all this news about jimmy saville and all the people that stood by and did nothing to warn people about the risks he posed, how do you feel about people who see potential peado's prowling and do nothing about it?
Perhaps you should write a blog on people who see such shocking things and do nothing.
3.When you say I "keep on about JImmy Saville" please show me where I have mentioned him before? I never have, it seems you have the problem with jimmy, blogs about little girls and prowling peados.

Im looking forward to your answers.

I will keep going until you reply (seriously - I will)

There is a suggestion on your other blog you are in fact lying, here is your chance to prove those comments as wrong.

Just do one to start with, what was the hill?

And don't forget:


And a new one regarding bikes:

How would the MOT idea work Ivor?

I can assure you my family has played a key role in the town....
Which page of Ashford's History of Wycombe do the Biguns appear on?
PLEASE POST LINKS TO THE QUESTIONS YOU SAY YOU HAVE ANSWERED. They still need answers: 1. what was the hill you managed to go down at over 70mph on your bicycle? 2:with all this news about jimmy saville and all the people that stood by and did nothing to warn people about the risks he posed, how do you feel about people who see potential peado's prowling and do nothing about it? Perhaps you should write a blog on people who see such shocking things and do nothing. 3.When you say I "keep on about JImmy Saville" please show me where I have mentioned him before? I never have, it seems you have the problem with jimmy, blogs about little girls and prowling peados. Im looking forward to your answers. I will keep going until you reply (seriously - I will) There is a suggestion on your other blog you are in fact lying, here is your chance to prove those comments as wrong. Just do one to start with, what was the hill? And don't forget: And a new one regarding bikes: How would the MOT idea work Ivor? I can assure you my family has played a key role in the town.... Which page of Ashford's History of Wycombe do the Biguns appear on? usvelt
  • Score: 6

1:14pm Mon 25 Feb 13

jayeatman says...

Is everybody too busy accusing Ivor of being a bigot/racist/idiot to notice he is also innumerate??
1 US Gallon = 3.785L
1 Imperial gallon = 4.546L
so at £1.44/L it's £5.45/US Gallon or £6.55/Imperial gallon

So has Ivor invented a new measure. the 'Proper' Gallon = 5.45L??
Or perhaps we should just pity him as a Dyscalculia sufferer?
Is everybody too busy accusing Ivor of being a bigot/racist/idiot to notice he is also innumerate?? 1 US Gallon = 3.785L 1 Imperial gallon = 4.546L so at £1.44/L it's £5.45/US Gallon or £6.55/Imperial gallon So has Ivor invented a new measure. the 'Proper' Gallon = 5.45L?? Or perhaps we should just pity him as a Dyscalculia sufferer? jayeatman
  • Score: 4

1:36pm Mon 25 Feb 13

shaky2 says...

Can't we get rid of Ivor the same way he would like too get rid of the Pigeons then perhaps he might just stop being so nasty about them they have a right to this world the same as he does.
Can't we get rid of Ivor the same way he would like too get rid of the Pigeons then perhaps he might just stop being so nasty about them they have a right to this world the same as he does. shaky2
  • Score: 6

2:27pm Mon 25 Feb 13

buser says...

jayeatman wrote:
Is everybody too busy accusing Ivor of being a bigot/racist/idiot to notice he is also innumerate??
1 US Gallon = 3.785L
1 Imperial gallon = 4.546L
so at £1.44/L it's £5.45/US Gallon or £6.55/Imperial gallon

So has Ivor invented a new measure. the 'Proper' Gallon = 5.45L??
Or perhaps we should just pity him as a Dyscalculia sufferer?
Ex maths teacher and missed that one! Will add Dyscalculia, to the list, many thanks! Oh Lord! We've had living with obesity, we are threatened with the perils of living alone, Dyscalculia sounds like yet another 'my poor, misunderstood, good self blog', perhaps I'll pass on that one after all. Just does go to prove though how ignorant he is and how little research and thought actually goes into his missives.
[quote][p][bold]jayeatman[/bold] wrote: Is everybody too busy accusing Ivor of being a bigot/racist/idiot to notice he is also innumerate?? 1 US Gallon = 3.785L 1 Imperial gallon = 4.546L so at £1.44/L it's £5.45/US Gallon or £6.55/Imperial gallon So has Ivor invented a new measure. the 'Proper' Gallon = 5.45L?? Or perhaps we should just pity him as a Dyscalculia sufferer?[/p][/quote]Ex maths teacher and missed that one! Will add Dyscalculia, to the list, many thanks! Oh Lord! We've had living with obesity, we are threatened with the perils of living alone, Dyscalculia sounds like yet another 'my poor, misunderstood, good self blog', perhaps I'll pass on that one after all. Just does go to prove though how ignorant he is and how little research and thought actually goes into his missives. buser
  • Score: 4

4:13pm Mon 25 Feb 13

buser says...

Have you read the 'Young Reporter' section today? There are some really good, very well written articles here, concise, informative, factual, well researched and totally devoid of 'My good-self" waffle. These youngsters really deserve our support and encouragement.
Have you read the 'Young Reporter' section today? There are some really good, very well written articles here, concise, informative, factual, well researched and totally devoid of 'My good-self" waffle. These youngsters really deserve our support and encouragement. buser
  • Score: 7

6:01pm Mon 25 Feb 13

fishyfingerz says...

Alberto The Great wrote:
ImpeturbableLawrence wrote:
The tweed sports jacket, brown hat and brogues, must have made it a very difficult birth for his mother!

(Fortunately the obstetrician had persuaded him not to smoke a pipe.)
Did some poor unfortunate woman actually give birth to Ivor?
Ivor smokes cigarettes.
(or are you going to deny this fat man?)
[quote][p][bold]Alberto The Great[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ImpeturbableLawrence[/bold] wrote: The tweed sports jacket, brown hat and brogues, must have made it a very difficult birth for his mother! (Fortunately the obstetrician had persuaded him not to smoke a pipe.)[/p][/quote]Did some poor unfortunate woman actually give birth to Ivor?[/p][/quote]Ivor smokes cigarettes. (or are you going to deny this fat man?) fishyfingerz
  • Score: 6

6:33pm Mon 25 Feb 13

buser says...

He smokes cigarettes! An obese smoker! What happened to all his honesty and purity?
He smokes cigarettes! An obese smoker! What happened to all his honesty and purity? buser
  • Score: 5

9:34pm Mon 25 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

jayeatman wrote:
Is everybody too busy accusing Ivor of being a bigot/racist/idiot to notice he is also innumerate??
1 US Gallon = 3.785L
1 Imperial gallon = 4.546L
so at £1.44/L it's £5.45/US Gallon or £6.55/Imperial gallon

So has Ivor invented a new measure. the 'Proper' Gallon = 5.45L??
Or perhaps we should just pity him as a Dyscalculia sufferer?
WE shout pity him because he is EVIL!
[quote][p][bold]jayeatman[/bold] wrote: Is everybody too busy accusing Ivor of being a bigot/racist/idiot to notice he is also innumerate?? 1 US Gallon = 3.785L 1 Imperial gallon = 4.546L so at £1.44/L it's £5.45/US Gallon or £6.55/Imperial gallon So has Ivor invented a new measure. the 'Proper' Gallon = 5.45L?? Or perhaps we should just pity him as a Dyscalculia sufferer?[/p][/quote]WE shout pity him because he is EVIL! ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 9

9:35pm Mon 25 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

*should pity him ...*
*should pity him ...* ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 9

9:35pm Mon 25 Feb 13

ImpeturbableLawrence says...

(And hate him.)
(And hate him.) ImpeturbableLawrence
  • Score: 8

11:59pm Mon 25 Feb 13

A Source Close to Clyde the Retired Police Horse says...

Alberto The Great wrote:
Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?
Check your email.
[quote][p][bold]Alberto The Great[/bold] wrote: Is the sport of Ivor baiting illegal?[/p][/quote]Check your email. A Source Close to Clyde the Retired Police Horse
  • Score: 5

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