Southend drug centre looks set for go-ahead

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First published in Southend

CONTROVERSIAL plans to open a drug and alcohol treatment centre in the heart of Southend look set to get the go-ahead.

Planning officers at Southend Council have recommended South Essex Partnership Trust’s bid to use the empty County Chambers building, in Weston Road, as the new base for its Community Drug and Alcohol Service (CDAS) is approved on Wednesday. 

The plans to use the former solicitors’ office, just off the High Street, have sparked controversy among traders, campaigners and potential neighbours.

But Andrew Lewis, the council’s corporate director for enterprise, tourism and the environment, said he was happy with the idea.

He said: “The proposed use would provide a health service for which there is a need in this location.

“It would also replace an existing facility which the applicant states is well-used and an essential healthcare service for local residents, and is valuable to the local community in respect of health improvement, crime reduction and safeguarding.”

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3:19pm Mon 12 Nov 12

alimac69 says...

Why not use the old PCT building in Harcourt Avenue, that way, they're near the courts, the police station and probation. Why in the middle of town?
Why not use the old PCT building in Harcourt Avenue, that way, they're near the courts, the police station and probation. Why in the middle of town? alimac69
  • Score: 5

3:20pm Mon 12 Nov 12

lawbreaker says...

Bloodyhell. Thats going to be filled within 5 mins the amount of crackheads in Southend (Scumend) !!
Bloodyhell. Thats going to be filled within 5 mins the amount of crackheads in Southend (Scumend) !! lawbreaker
  • Score: 2

4:33pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Brunning999 says...

They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities.

I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites.

And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site. Brunning999
  • Score: 3

4:37pm Mon 12 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

All these do-gooder places are just making life easy for southends junkies, dont they get enough thrown at them ? and what is missing is that them other do gooders CRI are over the road, maybe so all the junkie mates can wave to each other if they get lonely !! stop all this waste of money thrown into drugs and wasters, and put it in the prisons, by making more for the crap on our streets ??
All these do-gooder places are just making life easy for southends junkies, dont they get enough thrown at them ? and what is missing is that them other do gooders CRI are over the road, maybe so all the junkie mates can wave to each other if they get lonely !! stop all this waste of money thrown into drugs and wasters, and put it in the prisons, by making more for the crap on our streets ?? chaplins lad
  • Score: 4

4:43pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Shoebury_Cyclist says...

That headline was guaranteed to bring out the pig ignorant TOWIE-watching hang 'em and flog 'ems.

This centre is a good idea. People who are suffering from addiction do need help. Better to help them now than pay the increased cost further down the line.
That headline was guaranteed to bring out the pig ignorant TOWIE-watching hang 'em and flog 'ems. This centre is a good idea. People who are suffering from addiction do need help. Better to help them now than pay the increased cost further down the line. Shoebury_Cyclist
  • Score: -1

4:44pm Mon 12 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

Brunning999 wrote:
They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities.

I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites.

And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
[quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !! chaplins lad
  • Score: 7

4:47pm Mon 12 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
That headline was guaranteed to bring out the pig ignorant TOWIE-watching hang 'em and flog 'ems.

This centre is a good idea. People who are suffering from addiction do need help. Better to help them now than pay the increased cost further down the line.
I wonder who you work for !
People who are suffering ? what about their victims and family members who always have to pick up the pieces ? Life is about chose, they choose to use and drink their heads off !
[quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: That headline was guaranteed to bring out the pig ignorant TOWIE-watching hang 'em and flog 'ems. This centre is a good idea. People who are suffering from addiction do need help. Better to help them now than pay the increased cost further down the line.[/p][/quote]I wonder who you work for ! People who are suffering ? what about their victims and family members who always have to pick up the pieces ? Life is about chose, they choose to use and drink their heads off ! chaplins lad
  • Score: 4

5:19pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Shoebury_Cyclist says...

Wow. The Daily Mail morons are out in force today.
Wow. The Daily Mail morons are out in force today. Shoebury_Cyclist
  • Score: -5

5:31pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Julian Ware-Lane says...

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http://warelane.word press.com/2012/10/19 /more-dwellings-for- milton-and-a-communi ty-drug-and-alcohol- service-centre/ Julian Ware-Lane
  • Score: -1

5:44pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Shoebury_Cyclist says...

Julian Ware-Lane wrote: "I also include the Community Drug And Alcohol Service Centre because I do not think that such a facility should be so close to the High Street."

You're against a single drug treatment centre near the high street but have no problem with a high street surrounded by bars, pubs and clubs that spew out a drunken horde every weekend turning the town into a no-go zone for residents?
Julian Ware-Lane wrote: "I also include the Community Drug And Alcohol Service Centre because I do not think that such a facility should be so close to the High Street." You're against a single drug treatment centre near the high street but have no problem with a high street surrounded by bars, pubs and clubs that spew out a drunken horde every weekend turning the town into a no-go zone for residents? Shoebury_Cyclist
  • Score: 2

6:29pm Mon 12 Nov 12

fletch12107 says...

Just give them free drugs. It will be cheaper and nature can take its course.
Just give them free drugs. It will be cheaper and nature can take its course. fletch12107
  • Score: 3

6:45pm Mon 12 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

fletch12107 wrote:
Just give them free drugs. It will be cheaper and nature can take its course.
Just to let you know, this country does give out free drugs, Methadone, Subutex, Benzos, all to go with their beer and illegal drugs bought, the problem is we intervene when nature does take its course, and try and save the little loves, and to make it worse, us working people pay for the lot !!
[quote][p][bold]fletch12107[/bold] wrote: Just give them free drugs. It will be cheaper and nature can take its course.[/p][/quote]Just to let you know, this country does give out free drugs, Methadone, Subutex, Benzos, all to go with their beer and illegal drugs bought, the problem is we intervene when nature does take its course, and try and save the little loves, and to make it worse, us working people pay for the lot !! chaplins lad
  • Score: 6

6:47pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Brunning999 says...

fletch12107 wrote:
Just give them free drugs. It will be cheaper and nature can take its course.
Sad but probably the only answer, and that is exactly what alchys and druggies want more drink and drugs.

So being kind all round probably the cheapest solution.
[quote][p][bold]fletch12107[/bold] wrote: Just give them free drugs. It will be cheaper and nature can take its course.[/p][/quote]Sad but probably the only answer, and that is exactly what alchys and druggies want more drink and drugs. So being kind all round probably the cheapest solution. Brunning999
  • Score: 2

6:48pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Brunning999 says...

Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
Wow. The Daily Mail morons are out in force today.
Look in the doors!
[quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: Wow. The Daily Mail morons are out in force today.[/p][/quote]Look in the doors! Brunning999
  • Score: -1

6:55pm Mon 12 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

Has anyone noticed in the picture, a nice blue arrow pointing the way in for free drugs, and not far to go for a beer, pub garden right next door, check out the bench, and when your clothes are on there last legs, TK Max 2 minutes walk to steal some more, HAPPY DAYS
Has anyone noticed in the picture, a nice blue arrow pointing the way in for free drugs, and not far to go for a beer, pub garden right next door, check out the bench, and when your clothes are on there last legs, TK Max 2 minutes walk to steal some more, HAPPY DAYS chaplins lad
  • Score: 0

7:13pm Mon 12 Nov 12

another council tax payer says...

chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities.

I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites.

And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
Another armchair warrior bless
[quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]Another armchair warrior bless another council tax payer
  • Score: -2

7:18pm Mon 12 Nov 12

southendshrimper says...

lawbreaker wrote:
Bloodyhell. Thats going to be filled within 5 mins the amount of crackheads in Southend (Scumend) !!
My god how old are you? Name calling thats something children do. Where do you live?
[quote][p][bold]lawbreaker[/bold] wrote: Bloodyhell. Thats going to be filled within 5 mins the amount of crackheads in Southend (Scumend) !![/p][/quote]My god how old are you? Name calling thats something children do. Where do you live? southendshrimper
  • Score: -3

7:44pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Nebs says...

Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
That headline was guaranteed to bring out the pig ignorant TOWIE-watching hang 'em and flog 'ems.

This centre is a good idea. People who are suffering from addiction do need help. Better to help them now than pay the increased cost further down the line.
That headline was guaranteed to bring out the Socialist Worker reading let them do what they like and the rest of you will pay for it brigade. This centre is a good idea and people who are suffering from addiction do need help, but it should be at a hospital and if they continue after being offered or given help then let them face the consequences of their actions. Better to help them now than pay the increased cost further down the line, but you have the draw the line somewhere with the ones who do not take the help that is offered.
[quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: That headline was guaranteed to bring out the pig ignorant TOWIE-watching hang 'em and flog 'ems. This centre is a good idea. People who are suffering from addiction do need help. Better to help them now than pay the increased cost further down the line.[/p][/quote]That headline was guaranteed to bring out the Socialist Worker reading let them do what they like and the rest of you will pay for it brigade. This centre is a good idea and people who are suffering from addiction do need help, but it should be at a hospital and if they continue after being offered or given help then let them face the consequences of their actions. Better to help them now than pay the increased cost further down the line, but you have the draw the line somewhere with the ones who do not take the help that is offered. Nebs
  • Score: 3

9:14pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Nimby'12 says...

Look at the facts:No mew drug addicts will be coming into the town The faculty already exists in Southend and has done for many years just a few yards off the other end of the High street it is merely relocating.
The building was used by a large criminal law firm for many years with clients such as thieves,robbers, sex offenders, burglers drugs users, and wife beaters and worse. No one complained then!
Opposite was the offices of Terrence Higgins Trust for AIDS sufferers. . No one complained then.
Look at the facts:No mew drug addicts will be coming into the town The faculty already exists in Southend and has done for many years just a few yards off the other end of the High street it is merely relocating. The building was used by a large criminal law firm for many years with clients such as thieves,robbers, sex offenders, burglers drugs users, and wife beaters and worse. No one complained then! Opposite was the offices of Terrence Higgins Trust for AIDS sufferers. . No one complained then. Nimby'12
  • Score: -2

9:49pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Mr South says...

chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
You really are a tool, you seem to nothing about anything about this subject. Why don’t you post your number and I will arrange for these scum that you call em to have an open meeting with you. You want to open your mind, and understand what addiction is all about, from soldiers to pilots, barristers the famous to the rich. Its clueless idoits like you that spout nothing because you no nothing, another keyboard warrior.
[quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]You really are a tool, you seem to nothing about anything about this subject. Why don’t you post your number and I will arrange for these scum that you call em to have an open meeting with you. You want to open your mind, and understand what addiction is all about, from soldiers to pilots, barristers the famous to the rich. Its clueless idoits like you that spout nothing because you no nothing, another keyboard warrior. Mr South
  • Score: -8

10:10pm Mon 12 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

Mr South wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
You really are a tool, you seem to nothing about anything about this subject. Why don’t you post your number and I will arrange for these scum that you call em to have an open meeting with you. You want to open your mind, and understand what addiction is all about, from soldiers to pilots, barristers the famous to the rich. Its clueless idoits like you that spout nothing because you no nothing, another keyboard warrior.
You seem to know it all, Soldiers to Pilots and Barristers to the rich and famous, what in southend you plank, have you seen the toads who head to CDAS and CRI daily, your probably one of them ? and as for keyboard warrior, Im happy to speak with any of these crackheads any time, probably in warrior square whilst they are bonged out, as for Addiction, it snatches the weak and febal, you show me otherwise, the druggies in southend cant hold a job between them, unless burglary, robbery, theft is now a job ? TOOL
[quote][p][bold]Mr South[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]You really are a tool, you seem to nothing about anything about this subject. Why don’t you post your number and I will arrange for these scum that you call em to have an open meeting with you. You want to open your mind, and understand what addiction is all about, from soldiers to pilots, barristers the famous to the rich. Its clueless idoits like you that spout nothing because you no nothing, another keyboard warrior.[/p][/quote]You seem to know it all, Soldiers to Pilots and Barristers to the rich and famous, what in southend you plank, have you seen the toads who head to CDAS and CRI daily, your probably one of them ? and as for keyboard warrior, Im happy to speak with any of these crackheads any time, probably in warrior square whilst they are bonged out, as for Addiction, it snatches the weak and febal, you show me otherwise, the druggies in southend cant hold a job between them, unless burglary, robbery, theft is now a job ? TOOL chaplins lad
  • Score: 3

11:02pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Mr South says...

As said put your number up, or shut up. And no I’m not part of the addition of Southend, your happy to meet, then do so, and I’ll show you what you haven’t a clue about, simple minded thinking because you see certain people in Town doing the same thing day in day you think you have the knowledge. And yes, Soldier Pilots and Barristers to the rich and famous live around this area. So, big man lets see you call these people crackheads to their face.
As said put your number up, or shut up. And no I’m not part of the addition of Southend, your happy to meet, then do so, and I’ll show you what you haven’t a clue about, simple minded thinking because you see certain people in Town doing the same thing day in day you think you have the knowledge. And yes, Soldier Pilots and Barristers to the rich and famous live around this area. So, big man lets see you call these people crackheads to their face. Mr South
  • Score: -6

7:16am Tue 13 Nov 12

another council tax payer says...

chaplins lad wrote:
Mr South wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
You really are a tool, you seem to nothing about anything about this subject. Why don’t you post your number and I will arrange for these scum that you call em to have an open meeting with you. You want to open your mind, and understand what addiction is all about, from soldiers to pilots, barristers the famous to the rich. Its clueless idoits like you that spout nothing because you no nothing, another keyboard warrior.
You seem to know it all, Soldiers to Pilots and Barristers to the rich and famous, what in southend you plank, have you seen the toads who head to CDAS and CRI daily, your probably one of them ? and as for keyboard warrior, Im happy to speak with any of these crackheads any time, probably in warrior square whilst they are bonged out, as for Addiction, it snatches the weak and febal, you show me otherwise, the druggies in southend cant hold a job between them, unless burglary, robbery, theft is now a job ? TOOL
The mental health team have moved into warrior house you may benefit from some help from this service as you have a few `issues` that need to be explored.
May i ask what your relationship with your mother was like as a child?
[quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mr South[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]You really are a tool, you seem to nothing about anything about this subject. Why don’t you post your number and I will arrange for these scum that you call em to have an open meeting with you. You want to open your mind, and understand what addiction is all about, from soldiers to pilots, barristers the famous to the rich. Its clueless idoits like you that spout nothing because you no nothing, another keyboard warrior.[/p][/quote]You seem to know it all, Soldiers to Pilots and Barristers to the rich and famous, what in southend you plank, have you seen the toads who head to CDAS and CRI daily, your probably one of them ? and as for keyboard warrior, Im happy to speak with any of these crackheads any time, probably in warrior square whilst they are bonged out, as for Addiction, it snatches the weak and febal, you show me otherwise, the druggies in southend cant hold a job between them, unless burglary, robbery, theft is now a job ? TOOL[/p][/quote]The mental health team have moved into warrior house you may benefit from some help from this service as you have a few `issues` that need to be explored. May i ask what your relationship with your mother was like as a child? another council tax payer
  • Score: -5

8:59am Tue 13 Nov 12

MrDavid says...

chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities.

I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites.

And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre".

I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care.

"and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!"

I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.
[quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre". I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care. "and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!" I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer. MrDavid
  • Score: -4

9:29am Tue 13 Nov 12

asbo industries inc says...

isn't there a sewage treatment plant we can send them to? the decision to locate this centre in one of the few leafy parts of southend ranks alongside tony blair's decision to invade iraq (no) thanks tone
isn't there a sewage treatment plant we can send them to? the decision to locate this centre in one of the few leafy parts of southend ranks alongside tony blair's decision to invade iraq (no) thanks tone asbo industries inc
  • Score: 3

10:09am Tue 13 Nov 12

asbo industries inc says...

MrDavid wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities.

I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites.

And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre".

I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care.

"and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!"

I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.
rehab should be outsourced to thailand, failing that the gulag.
[quote][p][bold]MrDavid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre". I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care. "and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!" I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.[/p][/quote]rehab should be outsourced to thailand, failing that the gulag. asbo industries inc
  • Score: 4

10:25am Tue 13 Nov 12

Brunning999 says...

Mr South wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
You really are a tool, you seem to nothing about anything about this subject. Why don’t you post your number and I will arrange for these scum that you call em to have an open meeting with you. You want to open your mind, and understand what addiction is all about, from soldiers to pilots, barristers the famous to the rich. Its clueless idoits like you that spout nothing because you no nothing, another keyboard warrior.
Yes agreed BUT we cannot be held to ransom with the fear 'unless you do pay up we will get worse and that will cost you more' that is threatening behaviour.

These folk you speak about do need help BUT WHEN DOES THAT HELP STOP?

There must be a limit and then after 30000 times they have fallen off the bandwagon WHAT DO YOU SUGGEST THEN?
[quote][p][bold]Mr South[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]You really are a tool, you seem to nothing about anything about this subject. Why don’t you post your number and I will arrange for these scum that you call em to have an open meeting with you. You want to open your mind, and understand what addiction is all about, from soldiers to pilots, barristers the famous to the rich. Its clueless idoits like you that spout nothing because you no nothing, another keyboard warrior.[/p][/quote]Yes agreed BUT we cannot be held to ransom with the fear 'unless you do pay up we will get worse and that will cost you more' that is threatening behaviour. These folk you speak about do need help BUT WHEN DOES THAT HELP STOP? There must be a limit and then after 30000 times they have fallen off the bandwagon WHAT DO YOU SUGGEST THEN? Brunning999
  • Score: 3

10:27am Tue 13 Nov 12

Brunning999 says...

another council tax payer wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities.

I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites.

And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
Another armchair warrior bless
Another person that comments about someone they have no knowledge of whatsoever.

I will say it again 'you know nowt about me or anyone else who comments'
So do not presume you know me or anyone else.
[quote][p][bold]another council tax payer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]Another armchair warrior bless[/p][/quote]Another person that comments about someone they have no knowledge of whatsoever. I will say it again 'you know nowt about me or anyone else who comments' So do not presume you know me or anyone else. Brunning999
  • Score: 1

2:05pm Tue 13 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

MrDavid wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities.

I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites.

And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre".

I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care.

"and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!"

I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.
Sadly the answer which I found out today is Yes, they do get 52 weeks to Recover ?? living free on my taxes, and as for CRI and CDAS, had a check of their sites as well, £25000 starting wage in southend, hardly peanuts, and all funded by southend council, it would seem that the defence people are trying to put up on this site is quite frankly pathetic, the point is, CDAS is best where it stands, at the other end of town, and all you fluffy people on here defending druggies who just freeload off of society, need to have a good look at yourselfs, and ask, if you were paying tax that went on something you didnt want it too, would you be happy ?
[quote][p][bold]MrDavid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre". I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care. "and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!" I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.[/p][/quote]Sadly the answer which I found out today is Yes, they do get 52 weeks to Recover ?? living free on my taxes, and as for CRI and CDAS, had a check of their sites as well, £25000 starting wage in southend, hardly peanuts, and all funded by southend council, it would seem that the defence people are trying to put up on this site is quite frankly pathetic, the point is, CDAS is best where it stands, at the other end of town, and all you fluffy people on here defending druggies who just freeload off of society, need to have a good look at yourselfs, and ask, if you were paying tax that went on something you didnt want it too, would you be happy ? chaplins lad
  • Score: 3

3:07pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Brunning999 says...

chaplins lad wrote:
MrDavid wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities.

I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites.

And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre".

I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care.

"and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!"

I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.
Sadly the answer which I found out today is Yes, they do get 52 weeks to Recover ?? living free on my taxes, and as for CRI and CDAS, had a check of their sites as well, £25000 starting wage in southend, hardly peanuts, and all funded by southend council, it would seem that the defence people are trying to put up on this site is quite frankly pathetic, the point is, CDAS is best where it stands, at the other end of town, and all you fluffy people on here defending druggies who just freeload off of society, need to have a good look at yourselfs, and ask, if you were paying tax that went on something you didnt want it too, would you be happy ?
Well said my good fellow!

Message to lefty cyclist 'look in the doors'
[quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrDavid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre". I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care. "and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!" I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.[/p][/quote]Sadly the answer which I found out today is Yes, they do get 52 weeks to Recover ?? living free on my taxes, and as for CRI and CDAS, had a check of their sites as well, £25000 starting wage in southend, hardly peanuts, and all funded by southend council, it would seem that the defence people are trying to put up on this site is quite frankly pathetic, the point is, CDAS is best where it stands, at the other end of town, and all you fluffy people on here defending druggies who just freeload off of society, need to have a good look at yourselfs, and ask, if you were paying tax that went on something you didnt want it too, would you be happy ?[/p][/quote]Well said my good fellow! Message to lefty cyclist 'look in the doors' Brunning999
  • Score: 3

3:24pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Brunning999 says...

chaplins lad wrote:
MrDavid wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities.

I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites.

And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre".

I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care.

"and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!"

I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.
Sadly the answer which I found out today is Yes, they do get 52 weeks to Recover ?? living free on my taxes, and as for CRI and CDAS, had a check of their sites as well, £25000 starting wage in southend, hardly peanuts, and all funded by southend council, it would seem that the defence people are trying to put up on this site is quite frankly pathetic, the point is, CDAS is best where it stands, at the other end of town, and all you fluffy people on here defending druggies who just freeload off of society, need to have a good look at yourselfs, and ask, if you were paying tax that went on something you didnt want it too, would you be happy ?
Must go got a plane to catch from the award winning Southend airport.
[quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrDavid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre". I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care. "and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!" I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.[/p][/quote]Sadly the answer which I found out today is Yes, they do get 52 weeks to Recover ?? living free on my taxes, and as for CRI and CDAS, had a check of their sites as well, £25000 starting wage in southend, hardly peanuts, and all funded by southend council, it would seem that the defence people are trying to put up on this site is quite frankly pathetic, the point is, CDAS is best where it stands, at the other end of town, and all you fluffy people on here defending druggies who just freeload off of society, need to have a good look at yourselfs, and ask, if you were paying tax that went on something you didnt want it too, would you be happy ?[/p][/quote]Must go got a plane to catch from the award winning Southend airport. Brunning999
  • Score: 2

5:00pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Aint it just the truth says...

chaplins lad wrote:
MrDavid wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre". I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care. "and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!" I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.
Sadly the answer which I found out today is Yes, they do get 52 weeks to Recover ?? living free on my taxes, and as for CRI and CDAS, had a check of their sites as well, £25000 starting wage in southend, hardly peanuts, and all funded by southend council, it would seem that the defence people are trying to put up on this site is quite frankly pathetic, the point is, CDAS is best where it stands, at the other end of town, and all you fluffy people on here defending druggies who just freeload off of society, need to have a good look at yourselfs, and ask, if you were paying tax that went on something you didnt want it too, would you be happy ?
I'm not happy about where a lot of my tax goes and I certainly disagree with allowing alcoholics and drug addicts to claim sickness benefits when their 'sickness' is wholly self inflicted but I do recognise that drug addicts need help and the old County Chambers building seems perfect for the job. I just hope your children or grandchildren aren't amongst those needing their help.
[quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrDavid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre". I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care. "and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!" I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.[/p][/quote]Sadly the answer which I found out today is Yes, they do get 52 weeks to Recover ?? living free on my taxes, and as for CRI and CDAS, had a check of their sites as well, £25000 starting wage in southend, hardly peanuts, and all funded by southend council, it would seem that the defence people are trying to put up on this site is quite frankly pathetic, the point is, CDAS is best where it stands, at the other end of town, and all you fluffy people on here defending druggies who just freeload off of society, need to have a good look at yourselfs, and ask, if you were paying tax that went on something you didnt want it too, would you be happy ?[/p][/quote]I'm not happy about where a lot of my tax goes and I certainly disagree with allowing alcoholics and drug addicts to claim sickness benefits when their 'sickness' is wholly self inflicted but I do recognise that drug addicts need help and the old County Chambers building seems perfect for the job. I just hope your children or grandchildren aren't amongst those needing their help. Aint it just the truth
  • Score: -3

6:45pm Tue 13 Nov 12

another council tax payer says...

Brunning999 wrote:
another council tax payer wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities.

I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites.

And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
Another armchair warrior bless
Another person that comments about someone they have no knowledge of whatsoever.

I will say it again 'you know nowt about me or anyone else who comments'
So do not presume you know me or anyone else.
ok boss
[quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]another council tax payer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]Another armchair warrior bless[/p][/quote]Another person that comments about someone they have no knowledge of whatsoever. I will say it again 'you know nowt about me or anyone else who comments' So do not presume you know me or anyone else.[/p][/quote]ok boss another council tax payer
  • Score: 0

6:52pm Tue 13 Nov 12

asbo industries inc says...

encouraging the detritus to congregate in central southend seems to me like a point the shotgun squarely at all four hooves in the "selling southend" stakes.
julian ware lane - what a complete muppet (eh truthy) but for the first and probably last time ever i agree with something he says...
encouraging the detritus to congregate in central southend seems to me like a point the shotgun squarely at all four hooves in the "selling southend" stakes. julian ware lane - what a complete muppet (eh truthy) but for the first and probably last time ever i agree with something he says... asbo industries inc
  • Score: 1

7:26pm Tue 13 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

Aint it just the truth wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
MrDavid wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre". I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care. "and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!" I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.
Sadly the answer which I found out today is Yes, they do get 52 weeks to Recover ?? living free on my taxes, and as for CRI and CDAS, had a check of their sites as well, £25000 starting wage in southend, hardly peanuts, and all funded by southend council, it would seem that the defence people are trying to put up on this site is quite frankly pathetic, the point is, CDAS is best where it stands, at the other end of town, and all you fluffy people on here defending druggies who just freeload off of society, need to have a good look at yourselfs, and ask, if you were paying tax that went on something you didnt want it too, would you be happy ?
I'm not happy about where a lot of my tax goes and I certainly disagree with allowing alcoholics and drug addicts to claim sickness benefits when their 'sickness' is wholly self inflicted but I do recognise that drug addicts need help and the old County Chambers building seems perfect for the job. I just hope your children or grandchildren aren't amongst those needing their help.
Im glad we agree on a few things, but do you agree its ok for the same junkies to be stiil doing the treatment stuff 10 years on ? and yes, this is the case in southend, the only time most of them get clean is when they go to jail, are you aware that across the road is CRI ? a so called treatment agencie that seem to treat what ?? themselves to a huge pot of council money each year !
If my kids or grandkids did end up on drugs, these services dont really fill me with confidence, its time for more residential treatment homes that ensure people get the help needed and if results were not forecoming,stop the free drugs ! CDAS give a free top up fix, and CRI give out a lot of hot air and free needles and spoons to cook up with, the money needs to go to GPs to use the money to gain results, Most of my anger around this subject is that I like my town, and to see these places put in the town centre is not practical, there are better places for them away from shoppers and kids
[quote][p][bold]Aint it just the truth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrDavid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]"Huge wage bills", "throwing money left right and centre". I suspect you haven't a clue how much the workers are paid or how much money goes towards this centre. Or indeed care. "and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!" I'd suggest looking it up yourself but I get the feeling you're not really interested in finding out the answer.[/p][/quote]Sadly the answer which I found out today is Yes, they do get 52 weeks to Recover ?? living free on my taxes, and as for CRI and CDAS, had a check of their sites as well, £25000 starting wage in southend, hardly peanuts, and all funded by southend council, it would seem that the defence people are trying to put up on this site is quite frankly pathetic, the point is, CDAS is best where it stands, at the other end of town, and all you fluffy people on here defending druggies who just freeload off of society, need to have a good look at yourselfs, and ask, if you were paying tax that went on something you didnt want it too, would you be happy ?[/p][/quote]I'm not happy about where a lot of my tax goes and I certainly disagree with allowing alcoholics and drug addicts to claim sickness benefits when their 'sickness' is wholly self inflicted but I do recognise that drug addicts need help and the old County Chambers building seems perfect for the job. I just hope your children or grandchildren aren't amongst those needing their help.[/p][/quote]Im glad we agree on a few things, but do you agree its ok for the same junkies to be stiil doing the treatment stuff 10 years on ? and yes, this is the case in southend, the only time most of them get clean is when they go to jail, are you aware that across the road is CRI ? a so called treatment agencie that seem to treat what ?? themselves to a huge pot of council money each year ! If my kids or grandkids did end up on drugs, these services dont really fill me with confidence, its time for more residential treatment homes that ensure people get the help needed and if results were not forecoming,stop the free drugs ! CDAS give a free top up fix, and CRI give out a lot of hot air and free needles and spoons to cook up with, the money needs to go to GPs to use the money to gain results, Most of my anger around this subject is that I like my town, and to see these places put in the town centre is not practical, there are better places for them away from shoppers and kids chaplins lad
  • Score: 2

7:40pm Tue 13 Nov 12

asbo industries inc says...

so the methadone that's dished out in sweetie bags is more addictive than heroin. how is that ever going to fix the problem? cold turkey and gulag is the formula.
so the methadone that's dished out in sweetie bags is more addictive than heroin. how is that ever going to fix the problem? cold turkey and gulag is the formula. asbo industries inc
  • Score: 1

7:52pm Tue 13 Nov 12

another council tax payer says...

another council tax payer wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
another council tax payer wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Brunning999 wrote:
They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities.

I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites.

And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.
Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !!
Another armchair warrior bless
Another person that comments about someone they have no knowledge of whatsoever.

I will say it again 'you know nowt about me or anyone else who comments'
So do not presume you know me or anyone else.
ok boss
forget to say i`m so sorry i`ve offended you and your online buddies as you all are well rounded members of our community i bow my head in shame and seek your forgiveness
[quote][p][bold]another council tax payer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]another council tax payer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brunning999[/bold] wrote: They need help which I totally agree with and support this venture my main concern is how many times they will be given opportunities. I am all for helping people to get off addictive substances however that help cannot mean forever and ever otherwise taxpayers will have to foot the bill when the money could be better spent helping those that really do need help when finances are being squandered on what can only be described as a bottomless pit purely for welfare drink and drug dependent lifetime parasites. And please. Spare me the bleeding hearts club which has many members on this site.[/p][/quote]Well put my man / woman, the real parasites are the people who work for these organisations, CDAS and CRI, huge wage bills that never see any crackheads off of drugs, thank southend council drug team for that, throwing money left right and centre at the two mentioned, how about giving all the money to the doctors and let them be in charge of their own purse, get rid of the other watsters working in southend, and any money left over, put it back into policing for southend ? and please, Im told that junkies are exempt from looking for work as they get 52 weeks on the sick to get better, please someone, tell me this is not true !![/p][/quote]Another armchair warrior bless[/p][/quote]Another person that comments about someone they have no knowledge of whatsoever. I will say it again 'you know nowt about me or anyone else who comments' So do not presume you know me or anyone else.[/p][/quote]ok boss[/p][/quote]forget to say i`m so sorry i`ve offended you and your online buddies as you all are well rounded members of our community i bow my head in shame and seek your forgiveness another council tax payer
  • Score: 1

9:37am Wed 14 Nov 12

InTheKnowOk says...

I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ! InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 7

10:27am Wed 14 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

InTheKnowOk wrote:
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
The most sensible comment on this issue so far, well stated.
[quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ![/p][/quote]The most sensible comment on this issue so far, well stated. chaplins lad
  • Score: 4

7:09pm Wed 14 Nov 12

sosad 1 says...

southendshrimper wrote:
lawbreaker wrote:
Bloodyhell. Thats going to be filled within 5 mins the amount of crackheads in Southend (Scumend) !!
My god how old are you? Name calling thats something children do. Where do you live?
probaly basildon or varrrrnge as they prounoce it
[quote][p][bold]southendshrimper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lawbreaker[/bold] wrote: Bloodyhell. Thats going to be filled within 5 mins the amount of crackheads in Southend (Scumend) !![/p][/quote]My god how old are you? Name calling thats something children do. Where do you live?[/p][/quote]probaly basildon or varrrrnge as they prounoce it sosad 1
  • Score: 0

8:30pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Shoebury_Cyclist says...

InTheKnowOk wrote:
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.
[quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ![/p][/quote]Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help. Shoebury_Cyclist
  • Score: -4

9:20pm Wed 14 Nov 12

InTheKnowOk says...

Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.
Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..
[quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ![/p][/quote]Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.[/p][/quote]Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change .. InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 2

9:25pm Wed 14 Nov 12

InTheKnowOk says...

Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.
"A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help"

Perish the thought that those poor old veterans ever saw the country that they fought for end up as it is today with dirty druggies mugging old dears, shooting up and terrorising communities .. What would they have thought indeed !
[quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ![/p][/quote]Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.[/p][/quote]"A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help" Perish the thought that those poor old veterans ever saw the country that they fought for end up as it is today with dirty druggies mugging old dears, shooting up and terrorising communities .. What would they have thought indeed ! InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 3

9:44pm Wed 14 Nov 12

asbo industries inc says...

InTheKnowOk wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.
Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..
haha the shoebury clown is about as popular as a mars bar in the swimming pool.
[quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ![/p][/quote]Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.[/p][/quote]Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..[/p][/quote]haha the shoebury clown is about as popular as a mars bar in the swimming pool. asbo industries inc
  • Score: 0

9:49pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Shoebury_Cyclist says...

InTheKnowOk wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.
Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..
I don't smoke. Only morons smoke.
[quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ![/p][/quote]Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.[/p][/quote]Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..[/p][/quote]I don't smoke. Only morons smoke. Shoebury_Cyclist
  • Score: 1

12:58pm Thu 15 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.
Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..
I don't smoke. Only morons smoke.
Back to the point in hand, no one wants these trashy drug agencys in their town centres, yes all the ex army and service people do deserve help excepted, but why push it in peoples faces ? and anyone who is trying to defend these places are either a regular visitor to them, or work there themselves, either way a poor excuse, if all these places had to run with volunteers and not people on fatcat wages, they would be no more, and as you are so hyped S Cyclist, why not pop along to the local CDAS or CRi and offer your services as a volunteer, Im sure they would enbrace you with open arms.
[quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ![/p][/quote]Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.[/p][/quote]Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..[/p][/quote]I don't smoke. Only morons smoke.[/p][/quote]Back to the point in hand, no one wants these trashy drug agencys in their town centres, yes all the ex army and service people do deserve help excepted, but why push it in peoples faces ? and anyone who is trying to defend these places are either a regular visitor to them, or work there themselves, either way a poor excuse, if all these places had to run with volunteers and not people on fatcat wages, they would be no more, and as you are so hyped S Cyclist, why not pop along to the local CDAS or CRi and offer your services as a volunteer, Im sure they would enbrace you with open arms. chaplins lad
  • Score: 1

3:36pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Shoebury_Cyclist says...

chaplins lad wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.
Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..
I don't smoke. Only morons smoke.
Back to the point in hand, no one wants these trashy drug agencys in their town centres, yes all the ex army and service people do deserve help excepted, but why push it in peoples faces ? and anyone who is trying to defend these places are either a regular visitor to them, or work there themselves, either way a poor excuse, if all these places had to run with volunteers and not people on fatcat wages, they would be no more, and as you are so hyped S Cyclist, why not pop along to the local CDAS or CRi and offer your services as a volunteer, Im sure they would enbrace you with open arms.
It isn't being 'shoved' in anyone's face. Would you also object to a rape counselling centre or women's refuge in the town centre? Stop being such a blinkered NIMBY.
[quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ![/p][/quote]Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.[/p][/quote]Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..[/p][/quote]I don't smoke. Only morons smoke.[/p][/quote]Back to the point in hand, no one wants these trashy drug agencys in their town centres, yes all the ex army and service people do deserve help excepted, but why push it in peoples faces ? and anyone who is trying to defend these places are either a regular visitor to them, or work there themselves, either way a poor excuse, if all these places had to run with volunteers and not people on fatcat wages, they would be no more, and as you are so hyped S Cyclist, why not pop along to the local CDAS or CRi and offer your services as a volunteer, Im sure they would enbrace you with open arms.[/p][/quote]It isn't being 'shoved' in anyone's face. Would you also object to a rape counselling centre or women's refuge in the town centre? Stop being such a blinkered NIMBY. Shoebury_Cyclist
  • Score: -2

5:51pm Thu 15 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.
Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..
I don't smoke. Only morons smoke.
Back to the point in hand, no one wants these trashy drug agencys in their town centres, yes all the ex army and service people do deserve help excepted, but why push it in peoples faces ? and anyone who is trying to defend these places are either a regular visitor to them, or work there themselves, either way a poor excuse, if all these places had to run with volunteers and not people on fatcat wages, they would be no more, and as you are so hyped S Cyclist, why not pop along to the local CDAS or CRi and offer your services as a volunteer, Im sure they would enbrace you with open arms.
It isn't being 'shoved' in anyone's face. Would you also object to a rape counselling centre or women's refuge in the town centre? Stop being such a blinkered NIMBY.
Now you really are talking rubbish, counselling for rape, and smackheads getting a quick fix, they are not even on the same planet, like you, you should be ashamed of yourself for heading off in this direction to gain support, and as stated earlier, put a big fat sock in it !
[quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ![/p][/quote]Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.[/p][/quote]Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..[/p][/quote]I don't smoke. Only morons smoke.[/p][/quote]Back to the point in hand, no one wants these trashy drug agencys in their town centres, yes all the ex army and service people do deserve help excepted, but why push it in peoples faces ? and anyone who is trying to defend these places are either a regular visitor to them, or work there themselves, either way a poor excuse, if all these places had to run with volunteers and not people on fatcat wages, they would be no more, and as you are so hyped S Cyclist, why not pop along to the local CDAS or CRi and offer your services as a volunteer, Im sure they would enbrace you with open arms.[/p][/quote]It isn't being 'shoved' in anyone's face. Would you also object to a rape counselling centre or women's refuge in the town centre? Stop being such a blinkered NIMBY.[/p][/quote]Now you really are talking rubbish, counselling for rape, and smackheads getting a quick fix, they are not even on the same planet, like you, you should be ashamed of yourself for heading off in this direction to gain support, and as stated earlier, put a big fat sock in it ! chaplins lad
  • Score: 1

7:05pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Shoebury_Cyclist says...

chaplins lad wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.
Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..
I don't smoke. Only morons smoke.
Back to the point in hand, no one wants these trashy drug agencys in their town centres, yes all the ex army and service people do deserve help excepted, but why push it in peoples faces ? and anyone who is trying to defend these places are either a regular visitor to them, or work there themselves, either way a poor excuse, if all these places had to run with volunteers and not people on fatcat wages, they would be no more, and as you are so hyped S Cyclist, why not pop along to the local CDAS or CRi and offer your services as a volunteer, Im sure they would enbrace you with open arms.
It isn't being 'shoved' in anyone's face. Would you also object to a rape counselling centre or women's refuge in the town centre? Stop being such a blinkered NIMBY.
Now you really are talking rubbish, counselling for rape, and smackheads getting a quick fix, they are not even on the same planet, like you, you should be ashamed of yourself for heading off in this direction to gain support, and as stated earlier, put a big fat sock in it !
No.
[quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ![/p][/quote]Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.[/p][/quote]Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..[/p][/quote]I don't smoke. Only morons smoke.[/p][/quote]Back to the point in hand, no one wants these trashy drug agencys in their town centres, yes all the ex army and service people do deserve help excepted, but why push it in peoples faces ? and anyone who is trying to defend these places are either a regular visitor to them, or work there themselves, either way a poor excuse, if all these places had to run with volunteers and not people on fatcat wages, they would be no more, and as you are so hyped S Cyclist, why not pop along to the local CDAS or CRi and offer your services as a volunteer, Im sure they would enbrace you with open arms.[/p][/quote]It isn't being 'shoved' in anyone's face. Would you also object to a rape counselling centre or women's refuge in the town centre? Stop being such a blinkered NIMBY.[/p][/quote]Now you really are talking rubbish, counselling for rape, and smackheads getting a quick fix, they are not even on the same planet, like you, you should be ashamed of yourself for heading off in this direction to gain support, and as stated earlier, put a big fat sock in it ![/p][/quote]No. Shoebury_Cyclist
  • Score: 0

7:10pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Shoebury_Cyclist says...

It's funny reading the hypocrisy from many commenters here. They are outraged at this crime, they want this crime punished, they froth and drool for 'deportation' without any clue as to whether or not the culprits are British, they decry 'do-gooders' who think before speaking, yet tell them you will video them doing something illegal in a cr and suddenly it isn't 'crime', it's the poor persecuted motorist not being allowed to break the law with impunity.

Hypocrites.
It's funny reading the hypocrisy from many commenters here. They are outraged at this crime, they want this crime punished, they froth and drool for 'deportation' without any clue as to whether or not the culprits are British, they decry 'do-gooders' who think before speaking, yet tell them you will video them doing something illegal in a cr and suddenly it isn't 'crime', it's the poor persecuted motorist not being allowed to break the law with impunity. Hypocrites. Shoebury_Cyclist
  • Score: -2

7:13pm Thu 15 Nov 12

chaplins lad says...

Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
It's funny reading the hypocrisy from many commenters here. They are outraged at this crime, they want this crime punished, they froth and drool for 'deportation' without any clue as to whether or not the culprits are British, they decry 'do-gooders' who think before speaking, yet tell them you will video them doing something illegal in a cr and suddenly it isn't 'crime', it's the poor persecuted motorist not being allowed to break the law with impunity.

Hypocrites.
After reading this, on the wrong story, Im convinced you are cracked out ??
[quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: It's funny reading the hypocrisy from many commenters here. They are outraged at this crime, they want this crime punished, they froth and drool for 'deportation' without any clue as to whether or not the culprits are British, they decry 'do-gooders' who think before speaking, yet tell them you will video them doing something illegal in a cr and suddenly it isn't 'crime', it's the poor persecuted motorist not being allowed to break the law with impunity. Hypocrites.[/p][/quote]After reading this, on the wrong story, Im convinced you are cracked out ?? chaplins lad
  • Score: 3

8:45pm Thu 15 Nov 12

InTheKnowOk says...

Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
chaplins lad wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
InTheKnowOk wrote:
I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate !
Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.
Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..
I don't smoke. Only morons smoke.
Back to the point in hand, no one wants these trashy drug agencys in their town centres, yes all the ex army and service people do deserve help excepted, but why push it in peoples faces ? and anyone who is trying to defend these places are either a regular visitor to them, or work there themselves, either way a poor excuse, if all these places had to run with volunteers and not people on fatcat wages, they would be no more, and as you are so hyped S Cyclist, why not pop along to the local CDAS or CRi and offer your services as a volunteer, Im sure they would enbrace you with open arms.
It isn't being 'shoved' in anyone's face. Would you also object to a rape counselling centre or women's refuge in the town centre? Stop being such a blinkered NIMBY.
Are you for real? ... That has to be THE most retarded comment i've EVER read on here and i've read a few ! .. Nobody would object to a rape victim getting counselling because that person never asked for their body to be violated ... A druggie on the other hand has total control of their body and what they do to it ... nobody forces a joint in their hand, they chose that path, a rape victim has no choice .. Same as a woman's refuge, they are in their probably through no fault of their own, many being knocked about and in fear of their life, maybe their kids life too .. To make comparrisons of the two shows you are clearly not of sound mind.
[quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chaplins lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoebury_Cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]InTheKnowOk[/bold] wrote: I want to see help for people who can't afford food, gas, electric, everyday essentials in fact, through no fault of their own, I got no sympathy for those who drink and take drugs, if that's how they want to live their life then so be it, nobody forced a pint or a joint in their hands. My concern is for people who are losing their homes because they can't make ends meet, people who can't afford to have the heating on, kids who don't know what a decent meal is, same for the elderly. Life is just one big struggle for the honest hard working Joe Soap amongst us, parasites, druggies and the likes get it on a plate ![/p][/quote]Even if those addicts are ex-army? A great many soldiers end up as alcoholics or addicts. I bet they'd love to know that the price for their service is a know-nothing no-mark like you spouting off that they should have no help.[/p][/quote]Yeah and we all know who you are, the resident Mr Pot Head who thinks he knows everything, a boring troll who ends up getting threads closed down cos you can't stop going on and on ......... Just give it a rest and let someone else speak for a change ..[/p][/quote]I don't smoke. Only morons smoke.[/p][/quote]Back to the point in hand, no one wants these trashy drug agencys in their town centres, yes all the ex army and service people do deserve help excepted, but why push it in peoples faces ? and anyone who is trying to defend these places are either a regular visitor to them, or work there themselves, either way a poor excuse, if all these places had to run with volunteers and not people on fatcat wages, they would be no more, and as you are so hyped S Cyclist, why not pop along to the local CDAS or CRi and offer your services as a volunteer, Im sure they would enbrace you with open arms.[/p][/quote]It isn't being 'shoved' in anyone's face. Would you also object to a rape counselling centre or women's refuge in the town centre? Stop being such a blinkered NIMBY.[/p][/quote]Are you for real? ... That has to be THE most retarded comment i've EVER read on here and i've read a few ! .. Nobody would object to a rape victim getting counselling because that person never asked for their body to be violated ... A druggie on the other hand has total control of their body and what they do to it ... nobody forces a joint in their hand, they chose that path, a rape victim has no choice .. Same as a woman's refuge, they are in their probably through no fault of their own, many being knocked about and in fear of their life, maybe their kids life too .. To make comparrisons of the two shows you are clearly not of sound mind. InTheKnowOk
  • Score: 3

9:11pm Thu 15 Nov 12

asbo industries inc says...

ok role call of cdas employees on the blog. anyone absent...nah thought not? the shoebury clown obviously wants to work a bit closer to m&s so he can get his dressed lobster and champagne
ok role call of cdas employees on the blog. anyone absent...nah thought not? the shoebury clown obviously wants to work a bit closer to m&s so he can get his dressed lobster and champagne asbo industries inc
  • Score: 2

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