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On 21 Nov 2007 at 10:07am Sammy the Seagull wrote:
£45 in advance to include crash helmet hire and relevant medical insurance. Usual outlets. No refunds (unless you sue us).
On 21 Nov 2007 at 12:20pm Unhappy wrote:
Thats not funny
On 21 Nov 2007 at 12:36pm For The Record wrote:
Are you able to delete the grossly distasteful post by Sammy the Seagull? If so, please can you do so immediately as I am offended by this persons tactless post.
On 21 Nov 2007 at 1:11pm Double Yellow Line wrote:
Ah where's your sense of humour?
On 21 Nov 2007 at 1:25pm Its Not Rocket Science wrote:
Sense of humour is one thing. The above is sick. Perhaps if someone you knew got knocked down by a car, or had knocked someone down in a car, you would think it was OK to joke about it ? Noty really funny is it.
On 21 Nov 2007 at 1:42pm olithedrifter wrote:
On 21 Nov 2007 at 3:17pm The Super K wrote:
At least its topical about Lewes!
Freedom of speech etc. etc. Webbo keep it up!
On 21 Nov 2007 at 4:03pm Arctic wrote:
Did the Cliffe clergy use their special firework shelter/chicken coop thing again this year?
On 21 Nov 2007 at 4:51pm Sammy the Seagull wrote:
Yes they did, they were the safest people on the site (unlike the paying public!)
On 22 Nov 2007 at 12:08am Sammy the Seagull wrote:
So which bit didn't you like? How about this one. Cliffe, the only fire site where you can get a knock out indian takeaway.
On 22 Nov 2007 at 1:53pm Equally Unhappy wrote:
I am sure that the family and friends of the girl in question will find your 'humour' highly amusing you idiot
On 22 Nov 2007 at 2:48pm Delicate Sensibilities wrote:
Are you this sanctimonious about all bad taste jokes?
Or is it just jokes that involve the Cliffe?
On 22 Nov 2007 at 3:08pm Double Yellow Line wrote:
Don't you dare say anything nasty about Cliffe. They can do no wrong in the eyes of most of the people on this forum.
On 22 Nov 2007 at 5:24pm Sammy the Seagull wrote:
Well said DS and DYL. The Cliffe and their arrogant membership are very quick to take the p1ss and or put down any other Society, but when they c0ck up it's a different matter altogether. All jokes are in some way distasteful, we all get them on our mobiles soon after some dreadful event happens, you can't stop that. So, Bore the Record, this one's just for you.
Apparently the cliffe are to change their motto to 'nunquam requiro etiamnunc'
On 22 Nov 2007 at 5:33pm Equally Unhappy wrote:
Who said anything about the Cliffe, not me !. I was actually suggesting that if the family of this poor girl were to log on to this forum, (seeing as they live in Lewes they are allowed too !), they might find this kind of humour in pretty poor taste. However, if you find that sort of behaviour acceptable, or if you consider it fair game to have a pop at the Cliffe by making fun of this girl, then its up to you, but I really would have thought that any decent person might have been a little more sympathetic. Call me sanctimonious if you like, but just think about how close to home some of the people you are offending might be.
On 22 Nov 2007 at 6:18pm CSBS wrote:
My, Sammy, with that big axe you're grinding, I'm sure you could convert to a viking.
Maybe a case of 'there but for the grace of God' in all this?
I think they've displayed a dignified silence publicly, none of us know what has gone on behind the scenes.
On 22 Nov 2007 at 7:50pm The Super K wrote:
No one has made fun of the girl on this site, the dig was at cliffe BS.
The fact is everyones sense of humor is different and for Sammy the fact that he's getting a rise out of you and Bore the Record will only make him happier. I share that humor myself.
On 22 Nov 2007 at 9:02pm Catwoman wrote:
For once DYL, you have said something sensible
On 22 Nov 2007 at 9:30pm CROSS wrote:
I do like it when people get it wrong but not when some one else gets hurt. But here is the deal the Cliffe got it wrong and very badly wrong.Amateurs,bottle bangs and wood don't work and this is not the first time is boys?
On 23 Nov 2007 at 10:19am Seagull Shooter wrote:
"Numquam requiro etiamnunc"
"Never demand, even at present time"
I bet that took a lot of your brain power, Sammy the Stupid Segull. Your comments have proven you to be a completely insensitive and trouble making fool, who seems to delight in the pain caused to the injured lady and her family, as well as trying to run down the Cliffe. That a fool like you should even live is a joke but to allow you to continue to pour derision onto one of Lewes' bonfire societies is down right disgusting. So here's one for you: "O tu moles muscaria muscerdarum". I'm sure someone of your obvious interlect will be able to work it out, if not then crawl back to the hole where scum like you belong
On 23 Nov 2007 at 10:29am Delicate Sensibilities wrote:
On 23 Nov 2007 at 10:58am PC Ban Bonfire wrote:
If your stupid enough to buy a ticket for a display in Lewes when there are so many other better free displays your stupid enough not to notice when bits of wood hit you.
On 23 Nov 2007 at 11:44am Arctic wrote:
I always thought that one of the main points of Bonfire was to serve as a reminder that, as Englishmen, we are free to "pour derision" on anything we like. There are no sacred cows in England and that should include bonfire societies.
On 23 Nov 2007 at 11:53am Lewesianne wrote:
You remind me of the desease and putrification which manifests in the aftermath of a natural disaster. To you it may be an opportunity to show off your talents as a 'comedian' but to her parents, it's the worst thing possible. I doubt if you have kids, probably shouldn't have them in fact, but if you ever do then you will cringe every time you look back and remember what a bore you really are.
Stupid Boy Pike.
On 23 Nov 2007 at 12:01pm Lewesianne wrote:
All rise, it's the God of Damnation!
Wondered when you were going to surface again Cross, you cankerous boil.
On 23 Nov 2007 at 12:17pm Double Yellow Line wrote:
Does that mean I can carry on without the "Defenders of the Cliffe" shouting at me?
On 23 Nov 2007 at 12:23pm Double Yellow Line wrote:
Bet you didn't learn that in your classics class you bird murderer!
On 23 Nov 2007 at 2:42pm Mushroom wrote:
I think the dignified silence is otherwise called "bricking themselves".
On 23 Nov 2007 at 8:51pm Catwoman wrote:
I believe the Cliffe have already made a comment and there is no more that needs to be said until an enquiry has been completed. Show respect to the lady who was hurt and her family.
On 24 Nov 2007 at 11:08am Perry the penguin wrote:
You lot are all morons, Sammy never once tock the pi55 out of the injured woman, he had a dig at the Cliffe. You all tried to make it about the injured woman, Shame on you all.
On 24 Nov 2007 at 7:39pm For The Record wrote:
So your racist comments are not about the injured woman?
S H A M E O N Y O U !
On 24 Nov 2007 at 8:57pm Delicate Sensibilities wrote:
The word "Indian" is racist?
Get a grip.
On 24 Nov 2007 at 10:29pm Sammy the Seagull wrote:
The Guardian reading reactionary brigade do not understand 'comedy' 'humour' or 'irony' . According to them, any phrase or word that identifies an individuals ethnic background is 'racist'. Any person who does not follow their leftie thinking must be 're-educated'.
Thanks any way to all those who got the joke (and took the time to explain it to the numptys). Offensive! me?
OK just one more 'Clubfeet Picks Effigy Guts'. Answers please.
On 25 Nov 2007 at 12:22am Perry The Penguin wrote:
What is racist about an injured woman you pr1ck, get a grip and give up you stupid pr@t. You were wrong just admit it. Carry on and make youself look even more of a pr@t FTR.
On 26 Nov 2007 at 9:50am Albert the Albatross wrote:
I have to apologise for my cousins crass comments on this forum. Firstly Sammy, the fundamental thing that YOU fail to understand about comedy, humour and irony is that it should be funny, something which so far you have failed miserably to be.
Secondly, Perry, just repeating insults at random does not really impress anyone, and actually says more about you than anyone else.
Still I suppose it is in a seagulls nature to make a lot of unnecessary noise and get on peoples nerves.
On 26 Nov 2007 at 10:22am Up My Own @rse wrote:
Another pompous tw@t, Like we need a few more.

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