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On 1 Oct 2014 at 6:48pm Rosiecheeks wrote:
Was in lewes today and was shocked to see a man laying on pavement outside Holland and Barrett with his lager and fags. His guts where hanging out of his clothes, a nasty sight. 2 hours later he was down the Cliffe high street laying outside the betting shop, again with fags and tinnies. What a lazy individual which we are paying for.
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 7:56pm We also pay for ....... wrote:
An English education , that has apparently passed you by . P.S. it`s waster.
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 8:01pm Pave or pay wrote:
A lazy individual for whom we pay
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 8:03pm Dilly wrote:
Was it the guy w the radio? Poor man, feel sorry for people in the street! Something is wrong w society, I think!
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 8:08pm W? wrote:
With - something ong ith your keyboard , I think
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 8:21pm Election Elocution.. wrote:
Why are these Trolls targeting the Lewes Forum recently?
Does it have anything to do with the whether?
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 8:30pm Edwood Sausagehands wrote:
Hoo curs!
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 8:50pm Chip O`latte wrote:
Alla da time you taka da piss
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 9:12pm Rosiecheeks wrote:
Ok cleverdick (we also pay for) had a glass of wine, seeing him with his tinnies made me thirsty, but i not laying around the town of lewes making it look like Whitehwark!
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 9:14pm Dilly wrote:
Have noticed a few more beggars recently, any idea why?
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 9:58pm Look out wrote:
If you see him drinking in the street call 101 & get him moved on, complete stain on our high street.
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 10:00pm jackme off wrote:
Don"t worry its getting cold next week you won"t have to look at them while your in Bills
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 10:03pm Dred wrote:
Still think we could help them through charity and a kind smile and a hug! But too much to ask from modern busy people....
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 10:08pm Judge wrote:
not lest ye be judged
 
 
On 1 Oct 2014 at 10:30pm Stained pavement wrote:
Jack - I hope you don`t leave stains
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 11:21pm angry wrote:
Rosiecheeks - guts hanging out is a bit morbid for anyone who has seen guts hanging out. You should be a bit more considerate when trying to describe something.
Can't be any worse then the retired generation that have all there houses and benefits protected despite being the generation responsible for the 1 Trillion pound deficit!
Perhaps, Rosiecheeks; you should be less judgmental.
I get sick every time I see a retired person putting their dog in the car to take it for a walk. They have run this country into serious debt, retired, and think they have helped the country.
What about the trillion pound debt?
Should come out of the pensions - rather than taxing the poor.
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 11:23pm Ex Labour Voter wrote:
They should all be sent for a good hose down, a de louse and a couple of months in rehab
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On 1 Oct 2014 at 11:35pm Grunge wrote:
Angry: please don't generalise. Many of us retired people have worked hard, lived within our means and never ran up debts. I think it is the generation below us who lived off their plastic cards. Nevertheless, you had better line us up and shoot us if that's how you feel.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 12:10am Unmask UKIP wrote:
Ex Labour Voter = UKIP Public Relations Parrot.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 12:31am Henry wrote:
@angry
Do you seriously think the responsibility of the country's economy lies at the door of our OAPs?
When will you figure out it doesn't matter who you vote for the economy is out of their hands
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 1:07am Lewes30 wrote:
@dilly, the guy with the radio doesn't deserve any sympathy, he has a flat in the town, which us tax payers provide for him also we are paying for the drink he consumes and the fags he smokes.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 1:40am Despair wrote:
Lewes30 & others like him.. Maybe the Mans Grandparents and those relatives that came before him paid for his 'fags' etc in their taxes? Also I expect they paid them in order that you can live in a fairer society?
I don't know the man in question but I have seen him and I don't agree with him lying about the Town. But if there's one thing worst than a Man down with life its blinkered & smug individuals like yourself!

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On 2 Oct 2014 at 3:39am Zzz.. wrote:
Angry: As Despair says, you have the wrong generation! And it seems the wrong culprit. The vast majority of our debt was caused by the banks taking advantage of Margaret Thatchers liberalisation of the financial markets. This is what so screwed up our economy, with the end result that you and I had to bail them out.

As for the original poster. Both her illiteracy and her sentiment mark her out as an unintelligent and bigoted idiot.'Waisted' (sic): there but for the grace of god go her, and her family.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 6:36am mark wrote:
Rosiecheeks has already 'fessed up. She's guilty of pissed posting and that's forgivable I would argue. The beggers that we're now seeing aren't people that have made lifestyle choices. They're a product of government policy.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 7:39am Straight Talker wrote:
They are weak and idle and need a good kick up the 'arse. If they have enough money for booze and fags they have NO sympathy from me.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 7:58am Liberal nonsense wrote:
You read some nonsense on here but Mark to blame the government for this bone idle wasters lifestyle choice is pathetic. This country affords anyone who wants to work the chance to do so through free education & job support through numerous schemes. Some people however decide they can't be bothered & would rather spend the day lying in our high street drinking instead.
The only mistake of government policy is handing benefit to those making these lifestyle choices in the first place.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 8:05am Sussex Jim wrote:
Angry- the poor are about to be taxed even less, or not at all, according to David Cameron if he heads the next Government.
Those that work,that is. Not the shirkers.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 9:51am Southover Queen wrote:
Sussex Jim, anyone earning over 153 a week (not a king's ransom, by any stretch of the imagination) will be paying 12% NI. So while it may not be income tax, it is without a doubt a tax and quite a hefty one at that. No-one ever mentions that.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 10:26am Mark wrote:
Liberal nonsense... You must surely drive a black cab so you'll have noticed the explosion in the number of people sleeping rough in central London during the mid 80s. What would that have been caused by if it wasn't government policy? The Bedroom Tax and the cap on housing benefit are just part of a long chain of pieces of legislation that have contributed. I can remember being horrified the first time I noticed a begger in Cliffe High St and now I see 4 or 5 of them each time I walk up that street. I work in mental health and I deal with these people on a daily basis. It's often partly about low self-esteem and/or depression - conditions that aren't treatable with a shift kick.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 10:45am Straight Talker wrote:
How many of these beggars are Eastern European?
 
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 11:22am Ex Labour Voter wrote:
@Unmask UKIP - that's some assumption you've made from the strange world you appear to inhabit.
Most stupid screen name I've ever seen - do you imagine UKIP voters as a secret society and you the Scarlet Pimpernel.
For your info I'm a pensioner I might vote UKIP I might not. I certainly won't be voting for the Labour Party or should I say pretend Labour Party because this current bunch don't as much as faintly resemble it.
I come from the old school where people were entitled to a viewpoint without being subject to schnidey attacks from self appointed guardians of everything like you.
Please contact me again if you would like to discuss this face to face and I would be pleased to make the appointment.
I'll introduce you to old school working class settlement of arguments and back stabbing cheap remarks.
Do let me know
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 11:37am WTF wrote:
If the gentleman in question is regarded as a parasite, what does that make the Royal Family?
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 11:46am Ex Labour Voter wrote:
@Zzzzz - strange post that. Words at odds with your own liberal caring mantra.
Still in your world it's OK to label people bigots and unintelligent by virtue of a spelling mistake and an opinion that doesn't suit yours.
It's your attitude (superior and way up your own backside) that pollutes this country.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 11:55am local resident wrote:
Rosiecheeks. I agree that no one should be living a life like that. Unlike you however, I understand that alcohol dependency is a medical disease, and what you describe is someone who is unwell. I don't kick and maul people who are ill for the same reason I do not criticise people in wheelchairs, or with cancer if they are not coping ? I do ask myself why you are wondering around making value judgements about people in this seemingly sad state, without knowing any of the facts. Would you be less critical if , for example, you found out that this person had suffered a 'breakdown' having been the victim of an appalling crime, or had experienced a tragic death of a close family member, or had been in the army and witnessed shocking things far worse than a drunk in a charming historic high st.....?
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 1:26pm Working class and proud. wrote:
Ex Labour Voter= Mentally challenged UKIP poodle.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 1:43pm WTF wrote:
local resident - excellent post and a reminder for some that life for some can be tortuous. It's easy and lazy thinking to assume its a lifestyle choice that can be switched on and off like a light. the poor fella is sick, he's clearly not able to just snap out of it.
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 2:09pm Straight Talker wrote:
Depends what you mean by 'sick'. Mentally ill possibly, Bring back workhouses and asylums.


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