Burnley magistrate hits out at police after raid

Magistrate Abid Sharif at his Burnley home after the break-in and, inset, broken glass in a door

Magistrate Abid Sharif at his Burnley home after the break-in and, inset, broken glass in a door

First published in News

A MAGISTRATE whose home was raided by thieves in broad daylight said criminals in Burnley ‘just don’t care’ about offending as there are so few police patrolling the area.

Abid Sharif said a gang of thieves stole property and caused £9,500 of damage when they ransacked his home in Ivan Street, Queensgate.

The father-of-three said he believed the offenders were targeting his home for gold, following similar burglaries of Asian households.

The magistrate’s wedding ring was among the jewellery and electrical goods taken.

Mr Sharif said his neighbour’s CCTV camera captured the burglars circling the area in a car, then knocking on his front door for five minutes.

The offenders then ripped a rear window off its hinges with a crowbar, climbed into the house, breaking a £1,600 dining table, then tearing doors off wardrobes and cupboards.

Mr Sharif said: “It was the first time I had left the house in days, and I was only out of the house for an hour. I try and stay at home as much as I can because of the number of burglaries around here.

“Criminals just don’t care. It’s frightening that it can happen in the middle of the day on a busy road, just across from the pub. There’s been about eight or nine burglaries in Queensgate in the last year.

“My neighbour, who has four children, had her window smashed while she was alone with them in the house. It’s upsetting. I worry about it happening to my wife when I’m not here.

“You used to see local bobbies walking in the street during the day around here. But now because of budget cuts, you can go days without seeing police.”

Clive Grunshaw, Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire, said: “Keeping people safe, especially those who are most vulnerable, remains my utmost priority. Both the Chief Constable and I remain committed to neighbourhood policing and recognise their vital presence in building safe and confident communities.”

A Lancashire Police spokeswoman said the burglary happened at around 1.40pm on January 22.

She said: “A PlayStation 3, a Sony laptop, a Samsung mobile phone, a digital camera, a watch, and several items of gold jewellery were stolen during the incident.

“Anyone with information should call police on 101.”

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3:46pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Trap one says...

Suddenly the effect of crime hits home, perhaps you could help the community by sending them to prison next time a burglar appears before you instead of community service, probation, smack on the wrists.
Suddenly the effect of crime hits home, perhaps you could help the community by sending them to prison next time a burglar appears before you instead of community service, probation, smack on the wrists. Trap one
  • Score: 67

3:49pm Thu 30 Jan 14

darwenTower says...

Thinly spread police force, apathetic due to the leniency of the courts.

I'm surprised the criminals haven't entirely taken over.
Thinly spread police force, apathetic due to the leniency of the courts. I'm surprised the criminals haven't entirely taken over. darwenTower
  • Score: 34

3:57pm Thu 30 Jan 14

alf-abett says...

Welcome to the real world Mr Magistrate, hold on! are you not one of those responsible people challenged to administer punishment to these thieves and home wreckers so that they will not do it again. Perhaps not.
Welcome to the real world Mr Magistrate, hold on! are you not one of those responsible people challenged to administer punishment to these thieves and home wreckers so that they will not do it again. Perhaps not. alf-abett
  • Score: 46

4:07pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Azul de madrid says...

Ok please could the LET possibly under the Freedom Of Information Act obtain the stats on how many persons appearing before Mr. Sharif charged with burglary had been spared prison and how many had re offended. It will never happen but how about a law that states anyone committing burglary in a dwelling goes to prison for 5 yrs. would it help I bet Mr. Sharif and I would agree on that
Ok please could the LET possibly under the Freedom Of Information Act obtain the stats on how many persons appearing before Mr. Sharif charged with burglary had been spared prison and how many had re offended. It will never happen but how about a law that states anyone committing burglary in a dwelling goes to prison for 5 yrs. would it help I bet Mr. Sharif and I would agree on that Azul de madrid
  • Score: 31

4:26pm Thu 30 Jan 14

yyy's1 says...

Don't blame the police, it's time the magistrates got steetwise and dished out proper sentences. These people need lengthy prison terms and should be charged for their keep.
Don't blame the police, it's time the magistrates got steetwise and dished out proper sentences. These people need lengthy prison terms and should be charged for their keep. yyy's1
  • Score: 42

4:33pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Welcome to our world Mr Magistrates, next time a burglar comes in front of perhaps you won't just slap his wrist, harder punishments would help the police, maybe burglars may be put off if you did your job correctly.
Welcome to our world Mr Magistrates, next time a burglar comes in front of perhaps you won't just slap his wrist, harder punishments would help the police, maybe burglars may be put off if you did your job correctly. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 39

4:52pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

So he's not "hitting out" at the Police, he's hitting out at the lack.of Police.
Nice attempt at trying to stir up some cop bashing LT.
So he's not "hitting out" at the Police, he's hitting out at the lack.of Police. Nice attempt at trying to stir up some cop bashing LT. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 18

5:09pm Thu 30 Jan 14

POW WOW says...

Well the next time he sentences a convict he'd do well to disregard government guidelines and met out his own harsh sentence so that the punishment fits the crime in order to make it pay.
Well the next time he sentences a convict he'd do well to disregard government guidelines and met out his own harsh sentence so that the punishment fits the crime in order to make it pay. POW WOW
  • Score: 25

5:16pm Thu 30 Jan 14

mavrick says...

I am sorry for the Magistrate as a burglary at any ones home is terrible thing, It is far damaging than just the property stolen and the damage. People do not feel safe in their house any more, I have criticised Magistrates on many occasions, Perhaps crimes against the judiciary will send alarm bells ringing where they will be heard. You only have to read about police officers having to travel by bus to get to the beat. We must be the laughing stock of the civilised world. There are more cuts to come after the next election, So I will watch the space for increased police presence in areas where the judiciary live.
I am sorry for the Magistrate as a burglary at any ones home is terrible thing, It is far damaging than just the property stolen and the damage. People do not feel safe in their house any more, I have criticised Magistrates on many occasions, Perhaps crimes against the judiciary will send alarm bells ringing where they will be heard. You only have to read about police officers having to travel by bus to get to the beat. We must be the laughing stock of the civilised world. There are more cuts to come after the next election, So I will watch the space for increased police presence in areas where the judiciary live. mavrick
  • Score: 10

5:28pm Thu 30 Jan 14

StopDeludingYourself says...

Azul de madrid wrote:
Ok please could the LET possibly under the Freedom Of Information Act obtain the stats on how many persons appearing before Mr. Sharif charged with burglary had been spared prison and how many had re offended. It will never happen but how about a law that states anyone committing burglary in a dwelling goes to prison for 5 yrs. would it help I bet Mr. Sharif and I would agree on that
Agreed !
[quote][p][bold]Azul de madrid[/bold] wrote: Ok please could the LET possibly under the Freedom Of Information Act obtain the stats on how many persons appearing before Mr. Sharif charged with burglary had been spared prison and how many had re offended. It will never happen but how about a law that states anyone committing burglary in a dwelling goes to prison for 5 yrs. would it help I bet Mr. Sharif and I would agree on that[/p][/quote]Agreed ! StopDeludingYourself
  • Score: 12

5:34pm Thu 30 Jan 14

pwitch says...

A burglary alarm which works is one of the best deterrents probably, as well as good quality CCTV with recorded tapes too. I feel sorry for anybody who has this problem as I used to be a counselor with Victim Support years ago in Bury and victims can be very much affected by these crimes like ptsd effect. We all need crime advice to have effective cover these days in this awful world of drug addiction.
A burglary alarm which works is one of the best deterrents probably, as well as good quality CCTV with recorded tapes too. I feel sorry for anybody who has this problem as I used to be a counselor with Victim Support years ago in Bury and victims can be very much affected by these crimes like ptsd effect. We all need crime advice to have effective cover these days in this awful world of drug addiction. pwitch
  • Score: 1

5:47pm Thu 30 Jan 14

andy1 says...

Having worked in the Alarm Industry Sod an intruder alarm no one takes note of them unless they have an auto-dialer that goes to some one to tell them there has been an activation. Be careful if you have one fitted these days the scroats have got wise and cut telephone lines which stop the device ringing out however you can get a mobile chip fitted in a decent one that sends a MSM message to a mobile even if they cut through the phone line. Better still get a dog that barks makes them think twice.
Having worked in the Alarm Industry Sod an intruder alarm no one takes note of them unless they have an auto-dialer that goes to some one to tell them there has been an activation. Be careful if you have one fitted these days the scroats have got wise and cut telephone lines which stop the device ringing out however you can get a mobile chip fitted in a decent one that sends a MSM message to a mobile even if they cut through the phone line. Better still get a dog that barks makes them think twice. andy1
  • Score: 9

5:55pm Thu 30 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

Me and my samurai!
Me and my samurai! sen c b l
  • Score: 3

6:06pm Thu 30 Jan 14

HarryBosch says...

A concentration of crime in a small local area over a short period of time suggests to me that the perpetrators are, themselves, local and that further suggests in my opinion, drugs! Addicts committing crime to fund their addiction.
The solution is in your hands Mr Sharif - custodial sentences and not the softly softly approach that seems to be the norm these days.
You have read the public opinion in the posts above. Jail them!
A concentration of crime in a small local area over a short period of time suggests to me that the perpetrators are, themselves, local and that further suggests in my opinion, drugs! Addicts committing crime to fund their addiction. The solution is in your hands Mr Sharif - custodial sentences and not the softly softly approach that seems to be the norm these days. You have read the public opinion in the posts above. Jail them! HarryBosch
  • Score: 15

6:10pm Thu 30 Jan 14

HelmshoreBoy says...

Welcome to the real world Mr Sharif.

Its thanks to weak people like you who mascerade as the Justices for the people who keep letting the persistant offenders off with a mere slap of the wrist or a suspended sentence that the rest of the law abiding public suffer for your incompetence. About time you tasted the bitterness that we all have to put up with.

Don't blame the police either. They bring the offenders before you and what do you do? Let them off.

What do you you want? Your own private sentry.

Dream on brother like the rest of us!
Welcome to the real world Mr Sharif. Its thanks to weak people like you who mascerade as the Justices for the people who keep letting the persistant offenders off with a mere slap of the wrist or a suspended sentence that the rest of the law abiding public suffer for your incompetence. About time you tasted the bitterness that we all have to put up with. Don't blame the police either. They bring the offenders before you and what do you do? Let them off. What do you you want? Your own private sentry. Dream on brother like the rest of us! HelmshoreBoy
  • Score: 24

6:18pm Thu 30 Jan 14

HelmshoreBoy says...

And another thing. Most burglaries and thefts are committed by the persistant offender, not the one off opportunistic type. Yes the ones you keep letting off with a slap.

You sow what you reap.

No sympathy!

Now go and do your duty as a magistrate and send these vermin down!
And another thing. Most burglaries and thefts are committed by the persistant offender, not the one off opportunistic type. Yes the ones you keep letting off with a slap. You sow what you reap. No sympathy! Now go and do your duty as a magistrate and send these vermin down! HelmshoreBoy
  • Score: 33

6:43pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

sen c b l wrote:
Me and my samurai!
More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: Me and my samurai![/p][/quote]More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 5

6:45pm Thu 30 Jan 14

POW WOW says...

If a witness swore under oath that such a suspect entered a premises in order to rob it I'm afraid this won't stand up in court these days without the back up of CCTV. Welcome to the protection of big brother !!!!!!!!!!!!
If a witness swore under oath that such a suspect entered a premises in order to rob it I'm afraid this won't stand up in court these days without the back up of CCTV. Welcome to the protection of big brother !!!!!!!!!!!! POW WOW
  • Score: 8

6:53pm Thu 30 Jan 14

yyy's1 says...

andy1 said get a dog that barks, well that is all it had better do, if it was to bite one of the lowlife that entered your house thanks to that cancer in our society the legal profession you would get sued.
andy1 said get a dog that barks, well that is all it had better do, if it was to bite one of the lowlife that entered your house thanks to that cancer in our society the legal profession you would get sued. yyy's1
  • Score: 6

6:54pm Thu 30 Jan 14

noddy57 says...

Trap one wrote:
Suddenly the effect of crime hits home, perhaps you could help the community by sending them to prison next time a burglar appears before you instead of community service, probation, smack on the wrists.
l echo those sentiments entirely, isn,t it funny it takes a magistrate to point out that the criminals have had the upper hand for decades and its down to the soft option brigade who have brought us to this,,may be he will dish out some justice for a change when the next opportunity arises eh,?
[quote][p][bold]Trap one[/bold] wrote: Suddenly the effect of crime hits home, perhaps you could help the community by sending them to prison next time a burglar appears before you instead of community service, probation, smack on the wrists.[/p][/quote]l echo those sentiments entirely, isn,t it funny it takes a magistrate to point out that the criminals have had the upper hand for decades and its down to the soft option brigade who have brought us to this,,may be he will dish out some justice for a change when the next opportunity arises eh,? noddy57
  • Score: 14

6:55pm Thu 30 Jan 14

noddy57 says...

Trap one wrote:
Suddenly the effect of crime hits home, perhaps you could help the community by sending them to prison next time a burglar appears before you instead of community service, probation, smack on the wrists.
l echo those sentiments entirely, isn,t it funny it takes a magistrate to point out that the criminals have had the upper hand for decades and its down to the soft option brigade who have brought us to this,,may be he will dish out some justice for a change when the next opportunity arises eh,?
[quote][p][bold]Trap one[/bold] wrote: Suddenly the effect of crime hits home, perhaps you could help the community by sending them to prison next time a burglar appears before you instead of community service, probation, smack on the wrists.[/p][/quote]l echo those sentiments entirely, isn,t it funny it takes a magistrate to point out that the criminals have had the upper hand for decades and its down to the soft option brigade who have brought us to this,,may be he will dish out some justice for a change when the next opportunity arises eh,? noddy57
  • Score: 5

7:01pm Thu 30 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Me and my samurai!
More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.
My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: Me and my samurai![/p][/quote]More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.[/p][/quote]My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste? sen c b l
  • Score: -7

7:04pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Me and my samurai!
More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.
My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?
And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen.

I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: Me and my samurai![/p][/quote]More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.[/p][/quote]My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?[/p][/quote]And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen. I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 5

7:09pm Thu 30 Jan 14

leyton says...

I try and stay at home as much as I can. so do you work ???? and when do you claim your exes for the nonsense magistrate work.
I try and stay at home as much as I can. so do you work ???? and when do you claim your exes for the nonsense magistrate work. leyton
  • Score: 8

7:14pm Thu 30 Jan 14

johnley says...

Trap one wrote:
Suddenly the effect of crime hits home, perhaps you could help the community by sending them to prison next time a burglar appears before you instead of community service, probation, smack on the wrists.
As Mr Sharif invited the LED into his home,, to tell the paper his story, hoping to get sympathy from the readers. Sorry mate, its not going to happen. i just hope that when the police do find the culprits, then brought before the courts, they to, will get 100 hours community service. for taking from you, your family, possessions you hold dear, also the safety you once felt in your own home, that too as gone. i am sorry for your wife and family what as happened, so until you, and your likes, get a grip of the real world, and stop blaming the police, then its just going to get even worse then it is now.
[quote][p][bold]Trap one[/bold] wrote: Suddenly the effect of crime hits home, perhaps you could help the community by sending them to prison next time a burglar appears before you instead of community service, probation, smack on the wrists.[/p][/quote]As Mr Sharif invited the LED into his home,, to tell the paper his story, hoping to get sympathy from the readers. Sorry mate, its not going to happen. i just hope that when the police do find the culprits, then brought before the courts, they to, will get 100 hours community service. for taking from you, your family, possessions you hold dear, also the safety you once felt in your own home, that too as gone. i am sorry for your wife and family what as happened, so until you, and your likes, get a grip of the real world, and stop blaming the police, then its just going to get even worse then it is now. johnley
  • Score: 17

7:20pm Thu 30 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Me and my samurai!
More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.
My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?
And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen.

I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.
At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave.
Yours dearly Sen.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: Me and my samurai![/p][/quote]More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.[/p][/quote]My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?[/p][/quote]And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen. I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.[/p][/quote]At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave. Yours dearly Sen. sen c b l
  • Score: -5

7:22pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Trinitylad says...

Well looks like another case of blaming the police, as others have said the perpetrators will be well known to courts, and have been given Community Orders, last chances etc etc, prison sentence guidelines are there and allow magistrates to send people to prison, but they choose not too. So Mr Magistrate blame yourself not the police !!!
Well looks like another case of blaming the police, as others have said the perpetrators will be well known to courts, and have been given Community Orders, last chances etc etc, prison sentence guidelines are there and allow magistrates to send people to prison, but they choose not too. So Mr Magistrate blame yourself not the police !!! Trinitylad
  • Score: 12

8:36pm Thu 30 Jan 14

glossopkid says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
So he's not "hitting out" at the Police, he's hitting out at the lack.of Police.
Nice attempt at trying to stir up some cop bashing LT.
Your right mate, but many people who have made comments on this page have not read the article properly before jumping to defend our police force who on this instance have not be criticized.

LET you should be ashamed!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: So he's not "hitting out" at the Police, he's hitting out at the lack.of Police. Nice attempt at trying to stir up some cop bashing LT.[/p][/quote]Your right mate, but many people who have made comments on this page have not read the article properly before jumping to defend our police force who on this instance have not be criticized. LET you should be ashamed!!!!! glossopkid
  • Score: 1

9:52pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Me and my samurai!
More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.
My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?
And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen.

I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.
At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave.
Yours dearly Sen.
From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse.

...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them.
Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife.
Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch.
Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather.

Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is.
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: Me and my samurai![/p][/quote]More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.[/p][/quote]My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?[/p][/quote]And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen. I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.[/p][/quote]At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave. Yours dearly Sen.[/p][/quote]From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse. ...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them. Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife. Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch. Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather. Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 5

12:15am Fri 31 Jan 14

Lancs - pensioner says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Me and my samurai!
More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.
My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?
And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen.

I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.
At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave.
Yours dearly Sen.
From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse.

...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them.
Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife.
Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch.
Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather.

Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is.
Come on the pair of you, I disagree with you occasionally but stick to the subject matter here.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: Me and my samurai![/p][/quote]More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.[/p][/quote]My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?[/p][/quote]And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen. I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.[/p][/quote]At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave. Yours dearly Sen.[/p][/quote]From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse. ...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them. Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife. Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch. Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather. Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is.[/p][/quote]Come on the pair of you, I disagree with you occasionally but stick to the subject matter here. Lancs - pensioner
  • Score: 4

12:32am Fri 31 Jan 14

Burnley born n bred says...

£9,500 damage that's alot insurance company beware of false claims
£9,500 damage that's alot insurance company beware of false claims Burnley born n bred
  • Score: 4

4:15am Fri 31 Jan 14

Biggy12 says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Me and my samurai!
More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.
My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?
And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen.

I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.
At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave.
Yours dearly Sen.
From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse.

...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them.
Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife.
Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch.
Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather.

Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is.
Sen got a smack down ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: Me and my samurai![/p][/quote]More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.[/p][/quote]My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?[/p][/quote]And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen. I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.[/p][/quote]At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave. Yours dearly Sen.[/p][/quote]From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse. ...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them. Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife. Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch. Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather. Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is.[/p][/quote]Sen got a smack down ;-) Biggy12
  • Score: -3

6:56am Fri 31 Jan 14

AnthonyUK says...

The law is useless;because of human rights legislation magistrates have had their heads pushed up their fundaments too much and are limited in what they can dish out to criminals in terms of punishments etc as a result and all this due to the lily livered softie dogooding brigade sticking up for criminals rights!
The law is useless;because of human rights legislation magistrates have had their heads pushed up their fundaments too much and are limited in what they can dish out to criminals in terms of punishments etc as a result and all this due to the lily livered softie dogooding brigade sticking up for criminals rights! AnthonyUK
  • Score: 3

8:57am Fri 31 Jan 14

Bazzer says...

Clive Grunshaw's comment is classic nonsense. I am surprised he did not mention "partnerships" etc. I am afraid we now have the police service we deserve.
Clive Grunshaw's comment is classic nonsense. I am surprised he did not mention "partnerships" etc. I am afraid we now have the police service we deserve. Bazzer
  • Score: 5

9:15am Fri 31 Jan 14

drunken donut says...

I have been burgled 3 times over the years, on neither occasion was the criminal caught, in fact on the 3rd occasion the police were too busy writing out speeding tickets to attend. The police are taking public money under false pretences and don't get me started on magistrates.
I have been burgled 3 times over the years, on neither occasion was the criminal caught, in fact on the 3rd occasion the police were too busy writing out speeding tickets to attend. The police are taking public money under false pretences and don't get me started on magistrates. drunken donut
  • Score: 0

9:24am Fri 31 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

drunken donut wrote:
I have been burgled 3 times over the years, on neither occasion was the criminal caught, in fact on the 3rd occasion the police were too busy writing out speeding tickets to attend. The police are taking public money under false pretences and don't get me started on magistrates.
Comments like yours are typical of somebody who is just plain thick and narrow minded.

The notion that the Police would rather write out a speeding ticket than deal with a burglary is actually as obsurd as it sounds. Did they tell you that when you rang up? Did they actually say that or have you made it up.because you are thick?

And secondly if somebody is speeding and subsequently fined how can that be taking money under false pretences? How?

It's interesting you use speeding as a trigger to slate the Police, you have clearly been caught and punished for speeding at some point hence your moaning.
With your attitude you don't deserve a service from the Police so the next time you get burgled ring somebody who gives a toss.
[quote][p][bold]drunken donut[/bold] wrote: I have been burgled 3 times over the years, on neither occasion was the criminal caught, in fact on the 3rd occasion the police were too busy writing out speeding tickets to attend. The police are taking public money under false pretences and don't get me started on magistrates.[/p][/quote]Comments like yours are typical of somebody who is just plain thick and narrow minded. The notion that the Police would rather write out a speeding ticket than deal with a burglary is actually as obsurd as it sounds. Did they tell you that when you rang up? Did they actually say that or have you made it up.because you are thick? And secondly if somebody is speeding and subsequently fined how can that be taking money under false pretences? How? It's interesting you use speeding as a trigger to slate the Police, you have clearly been caught and punished for speeding at some point hence your moaning. With your attitude you don't deserve a service from the Police so the next time you get burgled ring somebody who gives a toss. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 1

9:46am Fri 31 Jan 14

hunter3062 says...

Confidence in police drops the more contact a victim has, survey shows
Public confidence in the police plummets the more they come in to contact with them, research for a victim’s charity has shown.
Victims of crime are almost a fifth less likely to feel confident in officers than those not preyed on by offenders, according to Victim Support.

Satisfaction and confidence in the justice system drops after people come into contact with crime, the research concluded.

More than half of the public overall do not believe the police are doing a good job, it found.

The wide-ranging audit also warned that just one in eight crimes are solved while three in five people do believe the criminal justice system is effective.

Two thirds of the public said victims are failed by the system while eight in ten said the rights of criminals are protected. The charity blamed failures on "years of neglect and misunderstanding" of victims' needs.

Javed Khan, chief executive of the charity, said: “This has to change and underlines the need for justice agencies to work together to make sure that no one falls through the cracks, is marginalised or re-victimised by a poor justice sector.

“This includes keeping victims better informed about the progress of their case, making sure all victims are offered the chance to make a victim personal statement as well as ensuring more trials go ahead on the day they are supposed to.
Confidence in police drops the more contact a victim has, survey shows Public confidence in the police plummets the more they come in to contact with them, research for a victim’s charity has shown. Victims of crime are almost a fifth less likely to feel confident in officers than those not preyed on by offenders, according to Victim Support. Satisfaction and confidence in the justice system drops after people come into contact with crime, the research concluded. More than half of the public overall do not believe the police are doing a good job, it found. The wide-ranging audit also warned that just one in eight crimes are solved while three in five people do believe the criminal justice system is effective. Two thirds of the public said victims are failed by the system while eight in ten said the rights of criminals are protected. The charity blamed failures on "years of neglect and misunderstanding" of victims' needs. Javed Khan, chief executive of the charity, said: “This has to change and underlines the need for justice agencies to work together to make sure that no one falls through the cracks, is marginalised or re-victimised by a poor justice sector. “This includes keeping victims better informed about the progress of their case, making sure all victims are offered the chance to make a victim personal statement as well as ensuring more trials go ahead on the day they are supposed to. hunter3062
  • Score: 3

9:48am Fri 31 Jan 14

drunken donut says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
drunken donut wrote:
I have been burgled 3 times over the years, on neither occasion was the criminal caught, in fact on the 3rd occasion the police were too busy writing out speeding tickets to attend. The police are taking public money under false pretences and don't get me started on magistrates.
Comments like yours are typical of somebody who is just plain thick and narrow minded.

The notion that the Police would rather write out a speeding ticket than deal with a burglary is actually as obsurd as it sounds. Did they tell you that when you rang up? Did they actually say that or have you made it up.because you are thick?

And secondly if somebody is speeding and subsequently fined how can that be taking money under false pretences? How?

It's interesting you use speeding as a trigger to slate the Police, you have clearly been caught and punished for speeding at some point hence your moaning.
With your attitude you don't deserve a service from the Police so the next time you get burgled ring somebody who gives a toss.
Morning officer, got time off from polishing the seat of your pants. Have you?
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]drunken donut[/bold] wrote: I have been burgled 3 times over the years, on neither occasion was the criminal caught, in fact on the 3rd occasion the police were too busy writing out speeding tickets to attend. The police are taking public money under false pretences and don't get me started on magistrates.[/p][/quote]Comments like yours are typical of somebody who is just plain thick and narrow minded. The notion that the Police would rather write out a speeding ticket than deal with a burglary is actually as obsurd as it sounds. Did they tell you that when you rang up? Did they actually say that or have you made it up.because you are thick? And secondly if somebody is speeding and subsequently fined how can that be taking money under false pretences? How? It's interesting you use speeding as a trigger to slate the Police, you have clearly been caught and punished for speeding at some point hence your moaning. With your attitude you don't deserve a service from the Police so the next time you get burgled ring somebody who gives a toss.[/p][/quote]Morning officer, got time off from polishing the seat of your pants. Have you? drunken donut
  • Score: 3

10:29am Fri 31 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

drunken donut wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
drunken donut wrote:
I have been burgled 3 times over the years, on neither occasion was the criminal caught, in fact on the 3rd occasion the police were too busy writing out speeding tickets to attend. The police are taking public money under false pretences and don't get me started on magistrates.
Comments like yours are typical of somebody who is just plain thick and narrow minded.

The notion that the Police would rather write out a speeding ticket than deal with a burglary is actually as obsurd as it sounds. Did they tell you that when you rang up? Did they actually say that or have you made it up.because you are thick?

And secondly if somebody is speeding and subsequently fined how can that be taking money under false pretences? How?

It's interesting you use speeding as a trigger to slate the Police, you have clearly been caught and punished for speeding at some point hence your moaning.
With your attitude you don't deserve a service from the Police so the next time you get burgled ring somebody who gives a toss.
Morning officer, got time off from polishing the seat of your pants. Have you?
No I'm sat on the M65 waiting to catch you speeding AGAIN.
[quote][p][bold]drunken donut[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]drunken donut[/bold] wrote: I have been burgled 3 times over the years, on neither occasion was the criminal caught, in fact on the 3rd occasion the police were too busy writing out speeding tickets to attend. The police are taking public money under false pretences and don't get me started on magistrates.[/p][/quote]Comments like yours are typical of somebody who is just plain thick and narrow minded. The notion that the Police would rather write out a speeding ticket than deal with a burglary is actually as obsurd as it sounds. Did they tell you that when you rang up? Did they actually say that or have you made it up.because you are thick? And secondly if somebody is speeding and subsequently fined how can that be taking money under false pretences? How? It's interesting you use speeding as a trigger to slate the Police, you have clearly been caught and punished for speeding at some point hence your moaning. With your attitude you don't deserve a service from the Police so the next time you get burgled ring somebody who gives a toss.[/p][/quote]Morning officer, got time off from polishing the seat of your pants. Have you?[/p][/quote]No I'm sat on the M65 waiting to catch you speeding AGAIN. Steven Seagull
  • Score: -1

11:03am Fri 31 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Me and my samurai!
More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.
My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?
And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen.

I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.
At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave.
Yours dearly Sen.
From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse.

...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them.
Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife.
Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch.
Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather.

Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is.
Ha Ha Ha, I actually laughed when I read that, did your mother at Shads help you draft that out after horse riding on top of you!
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: Me and my samurai![/p][/quote]More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.[/p][/quote]My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?[/p][/quote]And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen. I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.[/p][/quote]At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave. Yours dearly Sen.[/p][/quote]From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse. ...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them. Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife. Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch. Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather. Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is.[/p][/quote]Ha Ha Ha, I actually laughed when I read that, did your mother at Shads help you draft that out after horse riding on top of you! sen c b l
  • Score: -1

1:18pm Fri 31 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Me and my samurai!
More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.
My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?
And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen.

I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.
At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave.
Yours dearly Sen.
From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse.

...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them.
Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife.
Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch.
Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather.

Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is.
Ha Ha Ha, I actually laughed when I read that, did your mother at Shads help you draft that out after horse riding on top of you!
That's it Sen, get into the swing of banter rather than aggression! Good man :)

PS. GOOD COME BACK.
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: Me and my samurai![/p][/quote]More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.[/p][/quote]My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?[/p][/quote]And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen. I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.[/p][/quote]At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave. Yours dearly Sen.[/p][/quote]From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse. ...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them. Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife. Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch. Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather. Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is.[/p][/quote]Ha Ha Ha, I actually laughed when I read that, did your mother at Shads help you draft that out after horse riding on top of you![/p][/quote]That's it Sen, get into the swing of banter rather than aggression! Good man :) PS. GOOD COME BACK. Steven Seagull
  • Score: 0

1:41pm Fri 31 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Me and my samurai!
More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.
My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?
And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen.

I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.
At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave.
Yours dearly Sen.
From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse.

...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them.
Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife.
Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch.
Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather.

Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is.
Ha Ha Ha, I actually laughed when I read that, did your mother at Shads help you draft that out after horse riding on top of you!
That's it Sen, get into the swing of banter rather than aggression! Good man :)

PS. GOOD COME BACK.
What u mean 'good come back'?

Idiots like u ain't gonna budge me.

PS get what you give
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: Me and my samurai![/p][/quote]More like SEN AND HIS CHEESE KNIFE.[/p][/quote]My house is my castle. You wimp got a problem with that heh seagull back waste?[/p][/quote]And I'm sure you live in a very nice cave Sen. I wouldn't like to live next door to you though, you're far too grumpy.[/p][/quote]At least I got a roof over my head, you waif and in the unlikely event you were my neighbour, rename it your grave. Yours dearly Sen.[/p][/quote]From your tone Sen I imagine you to be 18 feet 26 inches tall, arms the size of Canadian redwood trees, with fricking laser beams coming out of your eyes and awesome jets of brilliant white hot fire bellowing from your @rse. ...........but in reality you're probably no more than a rotund midget with a face like a clumsy beekeeper, hair like it's been combed with a pork chop and spectacles sporting lenses of such thickness that a sex offender would be proud to wear them. Your intelligence is such that you think Tenerife comes before elevenerife. Your social life consists of conversing with like minded ne'er do wells comparing sizes of your samurai swords and regaling others of stories of how you take people down with a one inch punch. Your evening kicks off with a quick sniff of glue while sitting in your yellow and brown stained Y fronts in your council bedsit on Audley Range. You heat up your Lidl smartprice microwave korma for one before settling down to watch the ten minute freeview on Bangbabes, which by the way doesn't constitute a relationship, hoping that your mum doesn't walk in and find you ringing out your withered walnut like a chamois leather. Oh yes, you lead such a fulfilling life Sen. Inside your own head that is.[/p][/quote]Ha Ha Ha, I actually laughed when I read that, did your mother at Shads help you draft that out after horse riding on top of you![/p][/quote]That's it Sen, get into the swing of banter rather than aggression! Good man :) PS. GOOD COME BACK.[/p][/quote]What u mean 'good come back'? Idiots like u ain't gonna budge me. PS get what you give sen c b l
  • Score: 1

4:33pm Fri 31 Jan 14

ilovemumanddad says...

tough deal with it I had to we I got robbed ,police where not interested just told me to claim it back from the insurance company which would have been ok if I had insurance ,police are useless, magistrates are useless and prison is useless
tough deal with it I had to we I got robbed ,police where not interested just told me to claim it back from the insurance company which would have been ok if I had insurance ,police are useless, magistrates are useless and prison is useless ilovemumanddad
  • Score: -1

9:42pm Fri 31 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

ilovemumanddad wrote:
tough deal with it I had to we I got robbed ,police where not interested just told me to claim it back from the insurance company which would have been ok if I had insurance ,police are useless, magistrates are useless and prison is useless
When you live in Shadsworth you don't have any rights. Any belonging that were taken from your cave were probably stolen anyway. The Chav circle of life goes on!
[quote][p][bold]ilovemumanddad[/bold] wrote: tough deal with it I had to we I got robbed ,police where not interested just told me to claim it back from the insurance company which would have been ok if I had insurance ,police are useless, magistrates are useless and prison is useless[/p][/quote]When you live in Shadsworth you don't have any rights. Any belonging that were taken from your cave were probably stolen anyway. The Chav circle of life goes on! Steven Seagull
  • Score: 1

12:26pm Sat 1 Feb 14

Burnley born n bred says...

Think the magistrate wants a police officer outside every door in Burnley.
He won't have been able to get hold of them anyway lookin at the size of him.lol
Think the magistrate wants a police officer outside every door in Burnley. He won't have been able to get hold of them anyway lookin at the size of him.lol Burnley born n bred
  • Score: -1

9:01pm Sat 1 Feb 14

churchman says...

what a knobhead.welcome to the real world
what a knobhead.welcome to the real world churchman
  • Score: 0

5:55pm Fri 7 Feb 14

vanlad says...

What would he have done if he had caught them, slap their wrist and said this is a warning now go home and think yourselves lucky !!!
What would he have done if he had caught them, slap their wrist and said this is a warning now go home and think yourselves lucky !!! vanlad
  • Score: 0

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