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pedestrianisation of the Cliffe

On 31 Jul 2009 at 8:19pm freqeist1 wrote:
first of all have i completely got the wrong idea of the Cliffe pedestrianisation scheme?
this afternoon i was 'beeped' at by a postal van whilst walking down there and he/she was doing about 25 mph and i had to jump out of the way, im slighlty confused by what happend and also explain why we had to endure 3 months or more of upheavel for what i can deduce as NOTHING!
or is it just me having a bad day?
On 31 Jul 2009 at 11:19pm Izzy Eckerslike wrote:
It's you. You are a complete tw@t. And you don't use CAPITALS where you should so I hope you get run over next time.
On 1 Aug 2009 at 12:41am Decent Citizen. wrote:
how rude. :|
On 1 Aug 2009 at 12:52am Cliffe Hanger wrote:
Mr Eckerslike is clearly a Northerner - a DFTN if you will - and I suggest we just ignore him. Then maybe he will go away ...
On 1 Aug 2009 at 8:12am sashimi wrote:
Yes. But what are the rules for traffic on the cobbles? Izzy, I've edited the heading for this thread. Is it OK now? Ooops! I shouldn't have said 'OK' because that's American slang. Is the heading now CORRECT? Oooh, sorry! I slipped again.
On 2 Aug 2009 at 10:03pm Auntie Sue wrote:
You wicked old git Izzy have you not heard of fellow man and all that, just because your Educated it obviosely has not done you any favours see I spelt that wrong Im 92 .carry on you were saying.am I a tw-- too
On 24 Aug 2009 at 11:03pm slam wrote:
izzy eckers whatever, you are actually the twat and your response to the first persons thread makes no sense, always good to proof read before posting..
Educated? i think not

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