Use Keighley bus station for other purposes – call

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A spokesman for Keighley Bus Museum Trust said he hopes Keighley Bus Station can have a part to play when the Tour de France arrives in the town in July.

Graham Mitchell said transport authority Metro had now confirmed that the bus station would not be available for buses to use on July 6.

However, he said the facility does provide a useful area of hardstanding in the centre of Keighley, which could be exploited for other purposes on the day. He added that he also hoped the bus station’s public toilets would remain open.

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7:19am Fri 21 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Graham Mitchell said transport authority Metro had now confirmed that the bus station would not be available for buses to use on July 6.

However, he said the facility does provide a useful area of hardstanding in the centre of Keighley, which could be exploited for other purposes on the day. He added that he also hoped the bus station’s public toilets would remain open.

As Graham Mitchell is is also a Town councillor and chairman of the Watch and Transport committee, surely he can offer more than his 'hopes' that the toilets will stay open.
Graham Mitchell said transport authority Metro had now confirmed that the bus station would not be available for buses to use on July 6. However, he said the facility does provide a useful area of hardstanding in the centre of Keighley, which could be exploited for other purposes on the day. He added that he also hoped the bus station’s public toilets would remain open. As Graham Mitchell is is also a Town councillor and chairman of the Watch and Transport committee, surely he can offer more than his 'hopes' that the toilets will stay open. Always a 708 Skinhead
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11:34am Fri 21 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

More useful suggestions from Sheila 708...
More useful suggestions from Sheila 708... Little Green Man
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1:38pm Fri 21 Mar 14

legsman says...

What a tedious little fool you are Simon. Using the Keighley News comments section to continue your personal attacks in the hope that someone, somewhere will listen to you. Do you really have nothing better to do than this with your life? Idiot.
What a tedious little fool you are Simon. Using the Keighley News comments section to continue your personal attacks in the hope that someone, somewhere will listen to you. Do you really have nothing better to do than this with your life? Idiot. legsman
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2:20pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

legsman wrote:
What a tedious little fool you are Simon. Using the Keighley News comments section to continue your personal attacks in the hope that someone, somewhere will listen to you. Do you really have nothing better to do than this with your life? Idiot.
You don't like Simon? Then by Cavedweller logic you must be a councillor!
[quote][p][bold]legsman[/bold] wrote: What a tedious little fool you are Simon. Using the Keighley News comments section to continue your personal attacks in the hope that someone, somewhere will listen to you. Do you really have nothing better to do than this with your life? Idiot.[/p][/quote]You don't like Simon? Then by Cavedweller logic you must be a councillor! Little Green Man
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8:00pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Legsman. My comment contains the truth and my opinion based on the article. Yours and LGM's contain simply your opinion of me. Have you nothing better to do?
Legsman. My comment contains the truth and my opinion based on the article. Yours and LGM's contain simply your opinion of me. Have you nothing better to do? Always a 708 Skinhead
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9:00pm Fri 21 Mar 14

jimmy k says...

the truth being the said man is a Councillor ,which it states in the article,thanks for pointing that out.as always your very clever in having your little digs without actually stating what you mean.
the truth being the said man is a Councillor ,which it states in the article,thanks for pointing that out.as always your very clever in having your little digs without actually stating what you mean. jimmy k
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9:38pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

jimmy k wrote:
the truth being the said man is a Councillor ,which it states in the article,thanks for pointing that out.as always your very clever in having your little digs without actually stating what you mean.
Graham Mitchell is a councillor and chair of the watch and transport committee. Whete does it mention this in the above article Jimmy?
[quote][p][bold]jimmy k[/bold] wrote: the truth being the said man is a Councillor ,which it states in the article,thanks for pointing that out.as always your very clever in having your little digs without actually stating what you mean.[/p][/quote]Graham Mitchell is a councillor and chair of the watch and transport committee. Whete does it mention this in the above article Jimmy? Always a 708 Skinhead
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10:17pm Fri 21 Mar 14

legsman says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Legsman. My comment contains the truth and my opinion based on the article. Yours and LGM's contain simply your opinion of me. Have you nothing better to do?
That's what you would have everyone believe. Stop being so disingenuous. Your intention is to cast doubt on anything remotely connected with Keighley Town Council since you wish to bring it down. You chose this topic specifically to have a pop at Councillor Mitchell because there's a thin connection to KTC in the article, but nobody is fooled by your post. Why not just 'Do a David Samuels' and have a good old fashioned rant about the Civic Centre? At least you'd be being honest about your true aim. Go on Simon, let it all out, there's a good chap. You know you want to...
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Legsman. My comment contains the truth and my opinion based on the article. Yours and LGM's contain simply your opinion of me. Have you nothing better to do?[/p][/quote]That's what you would have everyone believe. Stop being so disingenuous. Your intention is to cast doubt on anything remotely connected with Keighley Town Council since you wish to bring it down. You chose this topic specifically to have a pop at Councillor Mitchell because there's a thin connection to KTC in the article, but nobody is fooled by your post. Why not just 'Do a David Samuels' and have a good old fashioned rant about the Civic Centre? At least you'd be being honest about your true aim. Go on Simon, let it all out, there's a good chap. You know you want to... legsman
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10:34pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

legsman wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Legsman. My comment contains the truth and my opinion based on the article. Yours and LGM's contain simply your opinion of me. Have you nothing better to do?
That's what you would have everyone believe. Stop being so disingenuous. Your intention is to cast doubt on anything remotely connected with Keighley Town Council since you wish to bring it down. You chose this topic specifically to have a pop at Councillor Mitchell because there's a thin connection to KTC in the article, but nobody is fooled by your post. Why not just 'Do a David Samuels' and have a good old fashioned rant about the Civic Centre? At least you'd be being honest about your true aim. Go on Simon, let it all out, there's a good chap. You know you want to...
Who's mentioning the Civic Centre other than you Legsman? That i think cllr Mitchell should be able to do more in his roles as bus musrum, town councillor and chair of the watch and transport committee isnt connected to the Civic Centre, unless legsman, you know something i don't.
Tick. Tock.
[quote][p][bold]legsman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Legsman. My comment contains the truth and my opinion based on the article. Yours and LGM's contain simply your opinion of me. Have you nothing better to do?[/p][/quote]That's what you would have everyone believe. Stop being so disingenuous. Your intention is to cast doubt on anything remotely connected with Keighley Town Council since you wish to bring it down. You chose this topic specifically to have a pop at Councillor Mitchell because there's a thin connection to KTC in the article, but nobody is fooled by your post. Why not just 'Do a David Samuels' and have a good old fashioned rant about the Civic Centre? At least you'd be being honest about your true aim. Go on Simon, let it all out, there's a good chap. You know you want to...[/p][/quote]Who's mentioning the Civic Centre other than you Legsman? That i think cllr Mitchell should be able to do more in his roles as bus musrum, town councillor and chair of the watch and transport committee isnt connected to the Civic Centre, unless legsman, you know something i don't. Tick. Tock. Always a 708 Skinhead
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10:57pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
legsman wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Legsman. My comment contains the truth and my opinion based on the article. Yours and LGM's contain simply your opinion of me. Have you nothing better to do?
That's what you would have everyone believe. Stop being so disingenuous. Your intention is to cast doubt on anything remotely connected with Keighley Town Council since you wish to bring it down. You chose this topic specifically to have a pop at Councillor Mitchell because there's a thin connection to KTC in the article, but nobody is fooled by your post. Why not just 'Do a David Samuels' and have a good old fashioned rant about the Civic Centre? At least you'd be being honest about your true aim. Go on Simon, let it all out, there's a good chap. You know you want to...
Who's mentioning the Civic Centre other than you Legsman? That i think cllr Mitchell should be able to do more in his roles as bus musrum, town councillor and chair of the watch and transport committee isnt connected to the Civic Centre, unless legsman, you know something i don't.
Tick. Tock.
708 Kn0bhead
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]legsman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Legsman. My comment contains the truth and my opinion based on the article. Yours and LGM's contain simply your opinion of me. Have you nothing better to do?[/p][/quote]That's what you would have everyone believe. Stop being so disingenuous. Your intention is to cast doubt on anything remotely connected with Keighley Town Council since you wish to bring it down. You chose this topic specifically to have a pop at Councillor Mitchell because there's a thin connection to KTC in the article, but nobody is fooled by your post. Why not just 'Do a David Samuels' and have a good old fashioned rant about the Civic Centre? At least you'd be being honest about your true aim. Go on Simon, let it all out, there's a good chap. You know you want to...[/p][/quote]Who's mentioning the Civic Centre other than you Legsman? That i think cllr Mitchell should be able to do more in his roles as bus musrum, town councillor and chair of the watch and transport committee isnt connected to the Civic Centre, unless legsman, you know something i don't. Tick. Tock.[/p][/quote]708 Kn0bhead Little Green Man
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10:58pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
legsman wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Legsman. My comment contains the truth and my opinion based on the article. Yours and LGM's contain simply your opinion of me. Have you nothing better to do?
That's what you would have everyone believe. Stop being so disingenuous. Your intention is to cast doubt on anything remotely connected with Keighley Town Council since you wish to bring it down. You chose this topic specifically to have a pop at Councillor Mitchell because there's a thin connection to KTC in the article, but nobody is fooled by your post. Why not just 'Do a David Samuels' and have a good old fashioned rant about the Civic Centre? At least you'd be being honest about your true aim. Go on Simon, let it all out, there's a good chap. You know you want to...
Who's mentioning the Civic Centre other than you Legsman? That i think cllr Mitchell should be able to do more in his roles as bus musrum, town councillor and chair of the watch and transport committee isnt connected to the Civic Centre, unless legsman, you know something i don't.
Tick. Tock.
708 Kn0bhead
:)
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]legsman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Legsman. My comment contains the truth and my opinion based on the article. Yours and LGM's contain simply your opinion of me. Have you nothing better to do?[/p][/quote]That's what you would have everyone believe. Stop being so disingenuous. Your intention is to cast doubt on anything remotely connected with Keighley Town Council since you wish to bring it down. You chose this topic specifically to have a pop at Councillor Mitchell because there's a thin connection to KTC in the article, but nobody is fooled by your post. Why not just 'Do a David Samuels' and have a good old fashioned rant about the Civic Centre? At least you'd be being honest about your true aim. Go on Simon, let it all out, there's a good chap. You know you want to...[/p][/quote]Who's mentioning the Civic Centre other than you Legsman? That i think cllr Mitchell should be able to do more in his roles as bus musrum, town councillor and chair of the watch and transport committee isnt connected to the Civic Centre, unless legsman, you know something i don't. Tick. Tock.[/p][/quote]708 Kn0bhead[/p][/quote]:) Little Green Man
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11:03pm Fri 21 Mar 14

legsman says...

Bull.
You're having a pop at the man because it's your way of living your life vicariously through these comments pages. It probably really irks you that the Cavetown Council group has had this success (and good luck to them) but because you're many thousands of miles away you can't get slapped on the back and go out for a meal with them all.
I live right here, I pay Bradford Council tax and I have a right to get hacked off about the whole thing and even to comment on here, you don't really do you? You couldn't even have the pleasure of being interviewed by the 'men in suits' because you don't live in the council tax district. I bet that really gets on your wick doesn't it? No representation without taxation Simon.
And no, I'm not a damned Councillor. Wouldn't have that job for all the tea in China. But I regularly read these comments pages hoping for some comments connected with the topics, because I live here. Nice to know what LOCAL people think.
Bull. You're having a pop at the man because it's your way of living your life vicariously through these comments pages. It probably really irks you that the Cavetown Council group has had this success (and good luck to them) but because you're many thousands of miles away you can't get slapped on the back and go out for a meal with them all. I live right here, I pay Bradford Council tax and I have a right to get hacked off about the whole thing and even to comment on here, you don't really do you? You couldn't even have the pleasure of being interviewed by the 'men in suits' because you don't live in the council tax district. I bet that really gets on your wick doesn't it? No representation without taxation Simon. And no, I'm not a damned Councillor. Wouldn't have that job for all the tea in China. But I regularly read these comments pages hoping for some comments connected with the topics, because I live here. Nice to know what LOCAL people think. legsman
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11:15pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

legsman wrote:
Bull.
You're having a pop at the man because it's your way of living your life vicariously through these comments pages. It probably really irks you that the Cavetown Council group has had this success (and good luck to them) but because you're many thousands of miles away you can't get slapped on the back and go out for a meal with them all.
I live right here, I pay Bradford Council tax and I have a right to get hacked off about the whole thing and even to comment on here, you don't really do you? You couldn't even have the pleasure of being interviewed by the 'men in suits' because you don't live in the council tax district. I bet that really gets on your wick doesn't it? No representation without taxation Simon.
And no, I'm not a damned Councillor. Wouldn't have that job for all the tea in China. But I regularly read these comments pages hoping for some comments connected with the topics, because I live here. Nice to know what LOCAL people think.
If the Keighley News didn't want comments from oberseas, they wouldn't allow them. I never suggested you were a councillor legsman.
The only people who appear to be having a pop on this thread seem to be yoursrlf and lgm.
Tick tock
[quote][p][bold]legsman[/bold] wrote: Bull. You're having a pop at the man because it's your way of living your life vicariously through these comments pages. It probably really irks you that the Cavetown Council group has had this success (and good luck to them) but because you're many thousands of miles away you can't get slapped on the back and go out for a meal with them all. I live right here, I pay Bradford Council tax and I have a right to get hacked off about the whole thing and even to comment on here, you don't really do you? You couldn't even have the pleasure of being interviewed by the 'men in suits' because you don't live in the council tax district. I bet that really gets on your wick doesn't it? No representation without taxation Simon. And no, I'm not a damned Councillor. Wouldn't have that job for all the tea in China. But I regularly read these comments pages hoping for some comments connected with the topics, because I live here. Nice to know what LOCAL people think.[/p][/quote]If the Keighley News didn't want comments from oberseas, they wouldn't allow them. I never suggested you were a councillor legsman. The only people who appear to be having a pop on this thread seem to be yoursrlf and lgm. Tick tock Always a 708 Skinhead
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11:42pm Fri 21 Mar 14

legsman says...

Well it would have been just a short while until you did accuse me of being 'in the pocket of the council', as you seem to do with anyone who has a go at you.
Do you know, I actually have great respect for Graham Forsyth. He's a little long winded (Ok, a lot - sorry Graham but it's true) but he's doing something he passionately believes in and seems to be a noble man with good intentions. Elizabeth Mitchell seems to be the same, but without the long winded-ness. Ian and Mary (I can never tell which one is posting) and Gobbag Vooar seem to be honourable people as well and believe in what they are doing.
And then there's you. Well you're a different kind of egg altogether aren't you. Coming on here with your 'oh so clever' comments about how bad Councillors are (or should that be Clowncillors - I bet you all had a right laugh about that clever little play on words. But your modus operandi seems to be one of personal attacks (which I guess is my point aimed at you) and your comments never quite seem to cut it. You even carried out a concerted attack on here against Mark Pullen, a man who gave me the distinct impression that he supported what the Cavetown Council group was doing, at least in it's intent if not the method). Poor Mark couldn't do right for doing wrong. Simon, you're the bad egg in all this, the one that wants to make it all personal. My reason for posting is to point this out to you as payback for all the drivel you've posted on here and attacks on others which you seem to revel in.
Do you know what Karma means? You aren't defending yourself because so much of this rings true. Do us all a favour and sod off.
Tick tock? That's so childish. Give it a rest.
Well it would have been just a short while until you did accuse me of being 'in the pocket of the council', as you seem to do with anyone who has a go at you. Do you know, I actually have great respect for Graham Forsyth. He's a little long winded (Ok, a lot - sorry Graham but it's true) but he's doing something he passionately believes in and seems to be a noble man with good intentions. Elizabeth Mitchell seems to be the same, but without the long winded-ness. Ian and Mary (I can never tell which one is posting) and Gobbag Vooar seem to be honourable people as well and believe in what they are doing. And then there's you. Well you're a different kind of egg altogether aren't you. Coming on here with your 'oh so clever' comments about how bad Councillors are (or should that be Clowncillors - I bet you all had a right laugh about that clever little play on words. But your modus operandi seems to be one of personal attacks (which I guess is my point aimed at you) and your comments never quite seem to cut it. You even carried out a concerted attack on here against Mark Pullen, a man who gave me the distinct impression that he supported what the Cavetown Council group was doing, at least in it's intent if not the method). Poor Mark couldn't do right for doing wrong. Simon, you're the bad egg in all this, the one that wants to make it all personal. My reason for posting is to point this out to you as payback for all the drivel you've posted on here and attacks on others which you seem to revel in. Do you know what Karma means? You aren't defending yourself because so much of this rings true. Do us all a favour and sod off. Tick tock? That's so childish. Give it a rest. legsman
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11:55pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

legsman wrote:
Well it would have been just a short while until you did accuse me of being 'in the pocket of the council', as you seem to do with anyone who has a go at you.
Do you know, I actually have great respect for Graham Forsyth. He's a little long winded (Ok, a lot - sorry Graham but it's true) but he's doing something he passionately believes in and seems to be a noble man with good intentions. Elizabeth Mitchell seems to be the same, but without the long winded-ness. Ian and Mary (I can never tell which one is posting) and Gobbag Vooar seem to be honourable people as well and believe in what they are doing.
And then there's you. Well you're a different kind of egg altogether aren't you. Coming on here with your 'oh so clever' comments about how bad Councillors are (or should that be Clowncillors - I bet you all had a right laugh about that clever little play on words. But your modus operandi seems to be one of personal attacks (which I guess is my point aimed at you) and your comments never quite seem to cut it. You even carried out a concerted attack on here against Mark Pullen, a man who gave me the distinct impression that he supported what the Cavetown Council group was doing, at least in it's intent if not the method). Poor Mark couldn't do right for doing wrong. Simon, you're the bad egg in all this, the one that wants to make it all personal. My reason for posting is to point this out to you as payback for all the drivel you've posted on here and attacks on others which you seem to revel in.
Do you know what Karma means? You aren't defending yourself because so much of this rings true. Do us all a favour and sod off.
Tick tock? That's so childish. Give it a rest.
Thanks for the payback legsman. I hope you feel a lot better now you've got it all off you chest.
But back to the article, do you really think that graham mitchell in his role as bus museum chairman, town councillor and chair of the watch anf transport committee is doing all that he possibly can by ' hoping the toilets stay open'?
So far you have forgotten to add your own opinion on this, just busy insulting Mr Samuels, denying you're a councillor, telling me to sod off and expressing your love for Mr Pullen.
[quote][p][bold]legsman[/bold] wrote: Well it would have been just a short while until you did accuse me of being 'in the pocket of the council', as you seem to do with anyone who has a go at you. Do you know, I actually have great respect for Graham Forsyth. He's a little long winded (Ok, a lot - sorry Graham but it's true) but he's doing something he passionately believes in and seems to be a noble man with good intentions. Elizabeth Mitchell seems to be the same, but without the long winded-ness. Ian and Mary (I can never tell which one is posting) and Gobbag Vooar seem to be honourable people as well and believe in what they are doing. And then there's you. Well you're a different kind of egg altogether aren't you. Coming on here with your 'oh so clever' comments about how bad Councillors are (or should that be Clowncillors - I bet you all had a right laugh about that clever little play on words. But your modus operandi seems to be one of personal attacks (which I guess is my point aimed at you) and your comments never quite seem to cut it. You even carried out a concerted attack on here against Mark Pullen, a man who gave me the distinct impression that he supported what the Cavetown Council group was doing, at least in it's intent if not the method). Poor Mark couldn't do right for doing wrong. Simon, you're the bad egg in all this, the one that wants to make it all personal. My reason for posting is to point this out to you as payback for all the drivel you've posted on here and attacks on others which you seem to revel in. Do you know what Karma means? You aren't defending yourself because so much of this rings true. Do us all a favour and sod off. Tick tock? That's so childish. Give it a rest.[/p][/quote]Thanks for the payback legsman. I hope you feel a lot better now you've got it all off you chest. But back to the article, do you really think that graham mitchell in his role as bus museum chairman, town councillor and chair of the watch anf transport committee is doing all that he possibly can by ' hoping the toilets stay open'? So far you have forgotten to add your own opinion on this, just busy insulting Mr Samuels, denying you're a councillor, telling me to sod off and expressing your love for Mr Pullen. Always a 708 Skinhead
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5:47am Sat 22 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

My point of posting on this story was simple legsman, to ask the question why Graham Mitchell, as chairman o the Bus Museum and also as Town councillor and chair of the Watch and Transport committee could do so little other than "hope the toilets stay open" in the bus station when the tour arrives.
The reason I pointed out he is also a Town councillor and committee chairperson is , I believe relevant to the question I raised.

It isn't like I am suggesting there is any kind of scandal or anything.
For instance as there was with the recent case of Keighley & District Local History Society, the Laycock alcoholic and the missing £9,900 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, earmarked to investigate the history of the Old Police Station, now the civic centre, and the Police Museum in North Street, Keighley.

No legsman, my reason was only to ensure that the connection Graham Mitchell, Bus Museum Chairman and the Graham Mitchell, Town councillor and Watch and Transport Committee Chairperson was documented.
Why? All in good time legsman, all in good time.

Tick Tock
My point of posting on this story was simple legsman, to ask the question why Graham Mitchell, as chairman o the Bus Museum and also as Town councillor and chair of the Watch and Transport committee could do so little other than "hope the toilets stay open" in the bus station when the tour arrives. The reason I pointed out he is also a Town councillor and committee chairperson is , I believe relevant to the question I raised. It isn't like I am suggesting there is any kind of scandal or anything. For instance as there was with the recent case of Keighley & District Local History Society, the Laycock alcoholic and the missing £9,900 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, earmarked to investigate the history of the Old Police Station, now the civic centre, and the Police Museum in North Street, Keighley. No legsman, my reason was only to ensure that the connection Graham Mitchell, Bus Museum Chairman and the Graham Mitchell, Town councillor and Watch and Transport Committee Chairperson was documented. Why? All in good time legsman, all in good time. Tick Tock Always a 708 Skinhead
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7:53am Sat 22 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
jimmy k wrote:
the truth being the said man is a Councillor ,which it states in the article,thanks for pointing that out.as always your very clever in having your little digs without actually stating what you mean.
Graham Mitchell is a councillor and chair of the watch and transport committee. Whete does it mention this in the above article Jimmy?
Still can't seem to find the part of the article which states that Graham Mitchell is a councillor Jimmy K.
I presume by your silence that you also are unable to locate it either.
No need to explain Jimmy, as always you are not very clever in having your little digs without actually using the truth.
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jimmy k[/bold] wrote: the truth being the said man is a Councillor ,which it states in the article,thanks for pointing that out.as always your very clever in having your little digs without actually stating what you mean.[/p][/quote]Graham Mitchell is a councillor and chair of the watch and transport committee. Whete does it mention this in the above article Jimmy?[/p][/quote]Still can't seem to find the part of the article which states that Graham Mitchell is a councillor Jimmy K. I presume by your silence that you also are unable to locate it either. No need to explain Jimmy, as always you are not very clever in having your little digs without actually using the truth. Always a 708 Skinhead
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9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14

MorriseyRocks says...

What a lot of sense you talk Legsman. A reasoned, balanced entry which highlights the never ending diatribe that Simon Mitchell enters onto these comments page every single flaming week. I'm not a councillor either, I don't have a particularly strong view about the KTC but I do have a strong view about the idiotic, mindless drivel that Mitchell and his (at present absent co-buffoons) post on here. It has the exact opposite effect of what the Cavetown group are trying to achieve. They are simply never wrong, cannot listen to other reasoned arguments or views and this then results in these comments pages descending into madness. I know that the external auditors are looking at KTC business at the moment, I know that this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this and if there are things found by these official independent auditors then as a Keighley resident and tax payer I expect answers from the councillors. However, if the auditors find nothing untoward I ask you a simple question Mr Mitchell, will you publicly, on this forum, accept that you got this wrong, have cost the tax payers many thousands of pounds and issue a full apology on behalf of this tin pot group that neither represents me or the majority of hard working Keighlians who have little or no interest in your campaign of mis-information and personal hate. Please don't try and mix things up by ranting on about the KTC, answer the question that I have posed.
What a lot of sense you talk Legsman. A reasoned, balanced entry which highlights the never ending diatribe that Simon Mitchell enters onto these comments page every single flaming week. I'm not a councillor either, I don't have a particularly strong view about the KTC but I do have a strong view about the idiotic, mindless drivel that Mitchell and his (at present absent co-buffoons) post on here. It has the exact opposite effect of what the Cavetown group are trying to achieve. They are simply never wrong, cannot listen to other reasoned arguments or views and this then results in these comments pages descending into madness. I know that the external auditors are looking at KTC business at the moment, I know that this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this and if there are things found by these official independent auditors then as a Keighley resident and tax payer I expect answers from the councillors. However, if the auditors find nothing untoward I ask you a simple question Mr Mitchell, will you publicly, on this forum, accept that you got this wrong, have cost the tax payers many thousands of pounds and issue a full apology on behalf of this tin pot group that neither represents me or the majority of hard working Keighlians who have little or no interest in your campaign of mis-information and personal hate. Please don't try and mix things up by ranting on about the KTC, answer the question that I have posed. MorriseyRocks
  • Score: -1

9:17am Sat 22 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

MorriseyRocks wrote:
What a lot of sense you talk Legsman. A reasoned, balanced entry which highlights the never ending diatribe that Simon Mitchell enters onto these comments page every single flaming week. I'm not a councillor either, I don't have a particularly strong view about the KTC but I do have a strong view about the idiotic, mindless drivel that Mitchell and his (at present absent co-buffoons) post on here. It has the exact opposite effect of what the Cavetown group are trying to achieve. They are simply never wrong, cannot listen to other reasoned arguments or views and this then results in these comments pages descending into madness. I know that the external auditors are looking at KTC business at the moment, I know that this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this and if there are things found by these official independent auditors then as a Keighley resident and tax payer I expect answers from the councillors. However, if the auditors find nothing untoward I ask you a simple question Mr Mitchell, will you publicly, on this forum, accept that you got this wrong, have cost the tax payers many thousands of pounds and issue a full apology on behalf of this tin pot group that neither represents me or the majority of hard working Keighlians who have little or no interest in your campaign of mis-information and personal hate. Please don't try and mix things up by ranting on about the KTC, answer the question that I have posed.
So you don't have a particularly strong view about KTC but you have a strong view about the mindless drivel that Mitchell and his (at present absent co-buffoons) post on here.
Is that Bus Museum Chairman, Town councillor and Watch and transport committee chairman Graham Mitchell then Morris eyRocks?

As for your questions, perhaps I may answer them once you have calmed down and can present them in a more cordial manner, without the abuse and aggressive nature which you have done.

Tick Tock
[quote][p][bold]MorriseyRocks[/bold] wrote: What a lot of sense you talk Legsman. A reasoned, balanced entry which highlights the never ending diatribe that Simon Mitchell enters onto these comments page every single flaming week. I'm not a councillor either, I don't have a particularly strong view about the KTC but I do have a strong view about the idiotic, mindless drivel that Mitchell and his (at present absent co-buffoons) post on here. It has the exact opposite effect of what the Cavetown group are trying to achieve. They are simply never wrong, cannot listen to other reasoned arguments or views and this then results in these comments pages descending into madness. I know that the external auditors are looking at KTC business at the moment, I know that this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this and if there are things found by these official independent auditors then as a Keighley resident and tax payer I expect answers from the councillors. However, if the auditors find nothing untoward I ask you a simple question Mr Mitchell, will you publicly, on this forum, accept that you got this wrong, have cost the tax payers many thousands of pounds and issue a full apology on behalf of this tin pot group that neither represents me or the majority of hard working Keighlians who have little or no interest in your campaign of mis-information and personal hate. Please don't try and mix things up by ranting on about the KTC, answer the question that I have posed.[/p][/quote]So you don't have a particularly strong view about KTC but you have a strong view about the mindless drivel that Mitchell and his (at present absent co-buffoons) post on here. Is that Bus Museum Chairman, Town councillor and Watch and transport committee chairman Graham Mitchell then Morris eyRocks? As for your questions, perhaps I may answer them once you have calmed down and can present them in a more cordial manner, without the abuse and aggressive nature which you have done. Tick Tock Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 3

9:45am Sat 22 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

I am honoured. Morris eyRocks and legsman, a return of the 'old guard'! It is interesting that it is a story relating to councillor Graham "Dicky to his friends" Mitchell which has brought such illustrious company into our presence.
I am honoured. Morris eyRocks and legsman, a return of the 'old guard'! It is interesting that it is a story relating to councillor Graham "Dicky to his friends" Mitchell which has brought such illustrious company into our presence. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 0

10:08am Sat 22 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

A quote from July last year-
"Bus driver Graham Mitchell said: “Keighley is not normally regarded as a ‘tourist town’ yet it has an absolute wealth of architectural, social and transport history, all of which is examined and explained during the Tour, and it’s best seen from the open top of a double decker bus.

“I am always gratified by the number of people who alight saying, ‘Eh, I’ve lived in Keighley all me life and I nivver knew that!’“

So Bus Driver Graham Mitchell is aware that Keighley isn't a tourist town, but when he puts on his councillor hat instead he seems to forget this and votes in favour of a 50 year loan, debt incurring project in the centre of town.

He seems to lead a double life.
A quote from July last year- "Bus driver Graham Mitchell said: “Keighley is not normally regarded as a ‘tourist town’ yet it has an absolute wealth of architectural, social and transport history, all of which is examined and explained during the Tour, and it’s best seen from the open top of a double decker bus. “I am always gratified by the number of people who alight saying, ‘Eh, I’ve lived in Keighley all me life and I nivver knew that!’“ So Bus Driver Graham Mitchell is aware that Keighley isn't a tourist town, but when he puts on his councillor hat instead he seems to forget this and votes in favour of a 50 year loan, debt incurring project in the centre of town. He seems to lead a double life. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 5

10:47am Sat 22 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

No doubt by now most Keighley residents will have received their council tax bill from BDMC.
As well as noting the breakdown which shows the Precept for the pleasure of having a Town council, an increase on last year, they will also notice the Precept for the necessity of having a Police Authority- £107.49 for the Police Authority Precept.
Why is it then, that the People of Keighley are required to make contributions to the Force from the money extracted by the Town council?
As you can see from a recent article in the Keighley News-
'A Keighley Town Council committee chairman claims he and his colleagues are delivering real benefits for local people.

Graham Mitchell, of the watch and transport committee, highlighted the provision of items such as security window locks, police cameras, police mountain bikes, road signs, extra bus shelters and 60 extra grit bins.'


Oh...... and yes, Grit Bins are provided by BDMC as well, so there's another thing for which Keighley People are paying twice.

nearly £800,000 income is received by KTC this year. Less than 12% will go back to the People and Town of Keighley.
Tick Tock
No doubt by now most Keighley residents will have received their council tax bill from BDMC. As well as noting the breakdown which shows the Precept for the pleasure of having a Town council, an increase on last year, they will also notice the Precept for the necessity of having a Police Authority- £107.49 for the Police Authority Precept. Why is it then, that the People of Keighley are required to make contributions to the Force from the money extracted by the Town council? As you can see from a recent article in the Keighley News- 'A Keighley Town Council committee chairman claims he and his colleagues are delivering real benefits for local people. Graham Mitchell, of the watch and transport committee, highlighted the provision of items such as security window locks, police cameras, police mountain bikes, road signs, extra bus shelters and 60 extra grit bins.' Oh...... and yes, Grit Bins are provided by BDMC as well, so there's another thing for which Keighley People are paying twice. nearly £800,000 income is received by KTC this year. Less than 12% will go back to the People and Town of Keighley. Tick Tock Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 0

9:11pm Sat 22 Mar 14

notthecivic says...

lets not beat around the bush gentlemen i think what evEryone is trying to say to mr simon mitchell is 5 words but correct me if im wrong please the words are SHUT YOUR MOANING MUMMYS BOY !!! .
lets not beat around the bush gentlemen i think what evEryone is trying to say to mr simon mitchell is 5 words but correct me if im wrong please the words are SHUT YOUR MOANING MUMMYS BOY !!! . notthecivic
  • Score: -4

1:05am Sun 23 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

notthecivic wrote:
lets not beat around the bush gentlemen i think what evEryone is trying to say to mr simon mitchell is 5 words but correct me if im wrong please the words are SHUT YOUR MOANING MUMMYS BOY !!! .
Yes not thecivic, it does seem that's all you have to say. Nothing to refute my comments, nothing which contradicts my opinion, in fact nothing at all except, shut up because we don't like it, in an angry tone and a few insults thrown in. Says a lot about you all.
[quote][p][bold]notthecivic[/bold] wrote: lets not beat around the bush gentlemen i think what evEryone is trying to say to mr simon mitchell is 5 words but correct me if im wrong please the words are SHUT YOUR MOANING MUMMYS BOY !!! .[/p][/quote]Yes not thecivic, it does seem that's all you have to say. Nothing to refute my comments, nothing which contradicts my opinion, in fact nothing at all except, shut up because we don't like it, in an angry tone and a few insults thrown in. Says a lot about you all. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 3

6:58pm Sun 23 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
notthecivic wrote:
lets not beat around the bush gentlemen i think what evEryone is trying to say to mr simon mitchell is 5 words but correct me if im wrong please the words are SHUT YOUR MOANING MUMMYS BOY !!! .
Yes not thecivic, it does seem that's all you have to say. Nothing to refute my comments, nothing which contradicts my opinion, in fact nothing at all except, shut up because we don't like it, in an angry tone and a few insults thrown in. Says a lot about you all.
Don't like the taste of your own medicine do you?
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]notthecivic[/bold] wrote: lets not beat around the bush gentlemen i think what evEryone is trying to say to mr simon mitchell is 5 words but correct me if im wrong please the words are SHUT YOUR MOANING MUMMYS BOY !!! .[/p][/quote]Yes not thecivic, it does seem that's all you have to say. Nothing to refute my comments, nothing which contradicts my opinion, in fact nothing at all except, shut up because we don't like it, in an angry tone and a few insults thrown in. Says a lot about you all.[/p][/quote]Don't like the taste of your own medicine do you? Little Green Man
  • Score: -5

6:58pm Sun 23 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
notthecivic wrote:
lets not beat around the bush gentlemen i think what evEryone is trying to say to mr simon mitchell is 5 words but correct me if im wrong please the words are SHUT YOUR MOANING MUMMYS BOY !!! .
Yes not thecivic, it does seem that's all you have to say. Nothing to refute my comments, nothing which contradicts my opinion, in fact nothing at all except, shut up because we don't like it, in an angry tone and a few insults thrown in. Says a lot about you all.
Don't like the taste of your own medicine do you?
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]notthecivic[/bold] wrote: lets not beat around the bush gentlemen i think what evEryone is trying to say to mr simon mitchell is 5 words but correct me if im wrong please the words are SHUT YOUR MOANING MUMMYS BOY !!! .[/p][/quote]Yes not thecivic, it does seem that's all you have to say. Nothing to refute my comments, nothing which contradicts my opinion, in fact nothing at all except, shut up because we don't like it, in an angry tone and a few insults thrown in. Says a lot about you all.[/p][/quote]Don't like the taste of your own medicine do you? Little Green Man
  • Score: -5

11:26pm Sun 23 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

13 posts so far 708 and if we're being generous there might be one sentence that is even tenuously linked to the original article which proposes the use of the bus station for alternative uses on the day. Maybe you might want to consider your approach if you want to be taken more seriously? Just friendly advice mate! Personally I think it would be a good idea to have maybe food stalls, craft stalls etc etc Why not?
13 posts so far 708 and if we're being generous there might be one sentence that is even tenuously linked to the original article which proposes the use of the bus station for alternative uses on the day. Maybe you might want to consider your approach if you want to be taken more seriously? Just friendly advice mate! Personally I think it would be a good idea to have maybe food stalls, craft stalls etc etc Why not? Little Green Man
  • Score: -3

9:26am Mon 24 Mar 14

Gobbag Vooar says...

As The bus Station will not be available to busses on that day, why should Metro go to the expense of keeping it open ? It will need staffing just the same as it would on say a Sunday, and maybe Metro staff would like to witness the event themselves.
Typical response from a KTC Councillor, from a council that have little concept of costs, when it comes to spending other peoples money,
As The bus Station will not be available to busses on that day, why should Metro go to the expense of keeping it open ? It will need staffing just the same as it would on say a Sunday, and maybe Metro staff would like to witness the event themselves. Typical response from a KTC Councillor, from a council that have little concept of costs, when it comes to spending other peoples money, Gobbag Vooar
  • Score: 0

11:09am Mon 24 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Gobbag Vooar wrote:
As The bus Station will not be available to busses on that day, why should Metro go to the expense of keeping it open ? It will need staffing just the same as it would on say a Sunday, and maybe Metro staff would like to witness the event themselves.
Typical response from a KTC Councillor, from a council that have little concept of costs, when it comes to spending other peoples money,
These are the kind of questions I would expect a Town councillor, perhaps one on the Watch and Transport committee to be asking Gobbag.
Particularly one who also has an interest in buses.
Even if he does it in a condescending mock Yorkshire accent - ‘Eh, I’ve lived in Keighley all me life and I nivver knew that!’“
Instead you have councillor Mitchell "hoping the toilets stay open".
[quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: As The bus Station will not be available to busses on that day, why should Metro go to the expense of keeping it open ? It will need staffing just the same as it would on say a Sunday, and maybe Metro staff would like to witness the event themselves. Typical response from a KTC Councillor, from a council that have little concept of costs, when it comes to spending other peoples money,[/p][/quote]These are the kind of questions I would expect a Town councillor, perhaps one on the Watch and Transport committee to be asking Gobbag. Particularly one who also has an interest in buses. Even if he does it in a condescending mock Yorkshire accent - ‘Eh, I’ve lived in Keighley all me life and I nivver knew that!’“ Instead you have councillor Mitchell "hoping the toilets stay open". Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 3

12:33pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Mixter says...

How about closing the bus station building, but filling the hard-standing with temporary loos and other facilities? No staff needed then. This event is going to be massive, and there just aint enough shop doorways to have a pi$$ in.
How about closing the bus station building, but filling the hard-standing with temporary loos and other facilities? No staff needed then. This event is going to be massive, and there just aint enough shop doorways to have a pi$$ in. Mixter
  • Score: 5

1:59pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Gobbag Vooar says...

Mixter wrote:
How about closing the bus station building, but filling the hard-standing with temporary loos and other facilities? No staff needed then. This event is going to be massive, and there just aint enough shop doorways to have a pi$$ in.
Like the last sentence Mixter, maybe some porta lavs may be useful, but Bradford should provide them.
To be honest, I will go away for that weekend, as this event does not appeal to me, I do have concerns for those who need to travel to work etc. Even so, there are those who it does appeal to, some may be Metro people, so I do hope that they get an opportunity to see the event should they wish. to.
[quote][p][bold]Mixter[/bold] wrote: How about closing the bus station building, but filling the hard-standing with temporary loos and other facilities? No staff needed then. This event is going to be massive, and there just aint enough shop doorways to have a pi$$ in.[/p][/quote]Like the last sentence Mixter, maybe some porta lavs may be useful, but Bradford should provide them. To be honest, I will go away for that weekend, as this event does not appeal to me, I do have concerns for those who need to travel to work etc. Even so, there are those who it does appeal to, some may be Metro people, so I do hope that they get an opportunity to see the event should they wish. to. Gobbag Vooar
  • Score: 0

2:09pm Mon 24 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

Maybe I'm being cynical but when local organisations attempt to arrange road closures for just 1 hour for volunteer led gala parades they are always forced to liaise with Metro to ensure that disruption to transport services are kept to the minimum. Never would stopping movements on a major A road be acceptable.

I accept that the Tour is a major event and, whether seen as a positive or negative experience, will bring thousands to the streets of the town.

To cause such a level of disruption flies in the face of all those community groups who have slowly, over the years, seen their ability to run true local events ground into ruin leaves a bitter taste.

My own experience in Cross Roads involved re-routing a parade away from its normal path which had worded for 30 years and as such would have involved disappearing from the most publicly accessible roads - including those which most retailers were sited.

I'm sure that whilst many visitors will arrive in advance and depart soon afterwards - the streets around the town centre will witness the greatest ever volume of illegal parking and breaches of barriers. For those who thought that marshalling Keighley Gala was a challenge .... you ain't seen nothing yet!
Maybe I'm being cynical but when local organisations attempt to arrange road closures for just 1 hour for volunteer led gala parades they are always forced to liaise with Metro to ensure that disruption to transport services are kept to the minimum. Never would stopping movements on a major A road be acceptable. I accept that the Tour is a major event and, whether seen as a positive or negative experience, will bring thousands to the streets of the town. To cause such a level of disruption flies in the face of all those community groups who have slowly, over the years, seen their ability to run true local events ground into ruin leaves a bitter taste. My own experience in Cross Roads involved re-routing a parade away from its normal path which had worded for 30 years and as such would have involved disappearing from the most publicly accessible roads - including those which most retailers were sited. I'm sure that whilst many visitors will arrive in advance and depart soon afterwards - the streets around the town centre will witness the greatest ever volume of illegal parking and breaches of barriers. For those who thought that marshalling Keighley Gala was a challenge .... you ain't seen nothing yet! MarkPullen
  • Score: 1

4:52pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
As The bus Station will not be available to busses on that day, why should Metro go to the expense of keeping it open ? It will need staffing just the same as it would on say a Sunday, and maybe Metro staff would like to witness the event themselves.
Typical response from a KTC Councillor, from a council that have little concept of costs, when it comes to spending other peoples money,
These are the kind of questions I would expect a Town councillor, perhaps one on the Watch and Transport committee to be asking Gobbag.
Particularly one who also has an interest in buses.
Even if he does it in a condescending mock Yorkshire accent - ‘Eh, I’ve lived in Keighley all me life and I nivver knew that!’“
Instead you have councillor Mitchell "hoping the toilets stay open".
How do you know he hasn't asked these questions? You practising your ameteur detective skills again?
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: As The bus Station will not be available to busses on that day, why should Metro go to the expense of keeping it open ? It will need staffing just the same as it would on say a Sunday, and maybe Metro staff would like to witness the event themselves. Typical response from a KTC Councillor, from a council that have little concept of costs, when it comes to spending other peoples money,[/p][/quote]These are the kind of questions I would expect a Town councillor, perhaps one on the Watch and Transport committee to be asking Gobbag. Particularly one who also has an interest in buses. Even if he does it in a condescending mock Yorkshire accent - ‘Eh, I’ve lived in Keighley all me life and I nivver knew that!’“ Instead you have councillor Mitchell "hoping the toilets stay open".[/p][/quote]How do you know he hasn't asked these questions? You practising your ameteur detective skills again? Little Green Man
  • Score: -1

5:18pm Mon 24 Mar 14

samuels david says...

Always a 708 Skinhead

Simon it has been noticed that the dregs of humanity have decided your truths are far too much to stomach, and as usual they have no coherent or intelligent answers to the analysis you make and can only offer, as you might expect, gross insults as befits the low mentality of these incomprehensible Neanderthal types.

They have delusions of power, and have a **** for curbs on any freedom of expression, as demonstrated by the cries for you to ‘shut up’, yet would feel offended if you or anybody else were to dare to suggest they do likewise!

These critics of yours display a vindictiveness of a false superiority, which defines the tyrant, oppressor, and tormenter who has polluted the world since time began.

As I’ve implied before, that you and others who seek to express even a smidgen of democracy should be subjected to such verbal malice points up to the fact that human qualities have not really advanced one iota since the creation of life.

That you and the vast majority of your Cavetown members, without political basis, have had the tenacity to follow through, at all times, and have never wavered in your resolve to seek justice for Keighley precept payers is obviously paramount, and gives me great satisfaction.
Such resolve recognises there are people in the world who have an honour that refuses to back off to any perceived corruption, however small which may be amongst us.

Simon. Keep up the fight, ‘Illegitimi non carborundum.’
David Samuels
Ps Simon I have a great fear that your friend, Graham Mitchell, will order his followers to break with tradition and refuse the present Deputy Mayor Judith Brookbanks, the Keighley Mayoral office.
Graham. I suspect will take on the role of Mayor once more, with Miggy Bailey for another year as Town Clerk.
Graham Mitchell, with a grant from KTC will then run his private bus all over Keighley.
Oh joy of joys! For us precept payers even with the Audit Commission cost to consider, no savings by KTC are to be made! Why am I not going to be surprised!
DS
Always a 708 Skinhead Simon it has been noticed that the dregs of humanity have decided your truths are far too much to stomach, and as usual they have no coherent or intelligent answers to the analysis you make and can only offer, as you might expect, gross insults as befits the low mentality of these incomprehensible Neanderthal types. They have delusions of power, and have a **** for curbs on any freedom of expression, as demonstrated by the cries for you to ‘shut up’, yet would feel offended if you or anybody else were to dare to suggest they do likewise! These critics of yours display a vindictiveness of a false superiority, which defines the tyrant, oppressor, and tormenter who has polluted the world since time began. As I’ve implied before, that you and others who seek to express even a smidgen of democracy should be subjected to such verbal malice points up to the fact that human qualities have not really advanced one iota since the creation of life. That you and the vast majority of your Cavetown members, without political basis, have had the tenacity to follow through, at all times, and have never wavered in your resolve to seek justice for Keighley precept payers is obviously paramount, and gives me great satisfaction. Such resolve recognises there are people in the world who have an honour that refuses to back off to any perceived corruption, however small which may be amongst us. Simon. Keep up the fight, ‘Illegitimi non carborundum.’ David Samuels Ps Simon I have a great fear that your friend, Graham Mitchell, will order his followers to break with tradition and refuse the present Deputy Mayor Judith Brookbanks, the Keighley Mayoral office. Graham. I suspect will take on the role of Mayor once more, with Miggy Bailey for another year as Town Clerk. Graham Mitchell, with a grant from KTC will then run his private bus all over Keighley. Oh joy of joys! For us precept payers even with the Audit Commission cost to consider, no savings by KTC are to be made! Why am I not going to be surprised! DS samuels david
  • Score: 3

5:35pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Oh. God is back.
Oh. God is back. Kingchaser
  • Score: -3

5:59pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Welcome back Dave, we've missed your unbiased and reasoned opinions, it's a pleasure sir to witness the voice of sanity and reason. Welcome back old friend!
Welcome back Dave, we've missed your unbiased and reasoned opinions, it's a pleasure sir to witness the voice of sanity and reason. Welcome back old friend! Little Green Man
  • Score: -3

6:17pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Dave, a question for you, old friend to old friend. What sir, is your opinion on using the bus station hard standing area for the purposes of entertaining visitors to the 'Tour De Yorkshire' extravaganza?
Dave, a question for you, old friend to old friend. What sir, is your opinion on using the bus station hard standing area for the purposes of entertaining visitors to the 'Tour De Yorkshire' extravaganza? Little Green Man
  • Score: -2

7:58pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened?
Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened? Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 0

8:25pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened?
Whats your obsession with public toilets Simon? You spend a lot of time hanging around in them do you?
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened?[/p][/quote]Whats your obsession with public toilets Simon? You spend a lot of time hanging around in them do you? Little Green Man
  • Score: -3

9:00pm Mon 24 Mar 14

jimmy k says...

i wish david would stop beating about the bush and say what he really thinks
i wish david would stop beating about the bush and say what he really thinks jimmy k
  • Score: -4

9:46pm Mon 24 Mar 14

Gobbag Vooar says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened?
Whats your obsession with public toilets Simon? You spend a lot of time hanging around in them do you?
Why do you have to be so nasty and insulting to anyone who disagrees with you ?
Not a very good example to Mr Samuels are you ?
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened?[/p][/quote]Whats your obsession with public toilets Simon? You spend a lot of time hanging around in them do you?[/p][/quote]Why do you have to be so nasty and insulting to anyone who disagrees with you ? Not a very good example to Mr Samuels are you ? Gobbag Vooar
  • Score: 3

6:48am Tue 25 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Gobbag Vooar wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened?
Whats your obsession with public toilets Simon? You spend a lot of time hanging around in them do you?
Why do you have to be so nasty and insulting to anyone who disagrees with you ?
Not a very good example to Mr Samuels are you ?
I dont insult anyone who disagrees with me, I am disagreeing with you now but I am not being insulting! Some of you think Simon is Gods gift to debate and Dave is the saviour of all that is Keighley but the facts are clear and on record here - go and find any thread where you think I am being nasty and I will find you ten where they have been worse. Simon persistently hijacks threads to continue his personal vendetta against various councillors, Dave is clearly a few bob short of a pound and has a go at any opportunity - just look at his post here on this thread, are you telling me that isn't nasty and insulting? If they don't like what I post they are free to ignore it, if they want to make nasty, insulting, condescending remarks and in some case plain lies they can expect some comeback - simple isn't it?
[quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened?[/p][/quote]Whats your obsession with public toilets Simon? You spend a lot of time hanging around in them do you?[/p][/quote]Why do you have to be so nasty and insulting to anyone who disagrees with you ? Not a very good example to Mr Samuels are you ?[/p][/quote]I dont insult anyone who disagrees with me, I am disagreeing with you now but I am not being insulting! Some of you think Simon is Gods gift to debate and Dave is the saviour of all that is Keighley but the facts are clear and on record here - go and find any thread where you think I am being nasty and I will find you ten where they have been worse. Simon persistently hijacks threads to continue his personal vendetta against various councillors, Dave is clearly a few bob short of a pound and has a go at any opportunity - just look at his post here on this thread, are you telling me that isn't nasty and insulting? If they don't like what I post they are free to ignore it, if they want to make nasty, insulting, condescending remarks and in some case plain lies they can expect some comeback - simple isn't it? Little Green Man
  • Score: -5

7:37am Tue 25 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

So Bus Museum Graham Mitchell hopes the bus station toilets stay open during the tour, I point out that Graham Mitchell is in fact councillor Mitchell of the Watch and Transport committee. Simple.
Well it seems there is nothing like pointing out the truth about councillor Mitchell to rally his loyal and dedicated entourage into his defence.
It seems irrelevant whether what they add to the thread is in itself relevant, whether it is structured or civil or even if it is truthful.
It seems to dare to mention the name of councillor Graham (Dicky to his Friends) Mitchell is enough to stir them up.

I wonder why?

Tick Tock
So Bus Museum Graham Mitchell hopes the bus station toilets stay open during the tour, I point out that Graham Mitchell is in fact councillor Mitchell of the Watch and Transport committee. Simple. Well it seems there is nothing like pointing out the truth about councillor Mitchell to rally his loyal and dedicated entourage into his defence. It seems irrelevant whether what they add to the thread is in itself relevant, whether it is structured or civil or even if it is truthful. It seems to dare to mention the name of councillor Graham (Dicky to his Friends) Mitchell is enough to stir them up. I wonder why? Tick Tock Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 2

7:53am Tue 25 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

councillor Fletcher has informed the Public that " Keighley Town Council is having a lot to do with the Tour De France as well, and we will be spending quite a lot of money on it."

So what of the portable toilets proudly boasted about by councillor Wright last November- " “If we put something on near Town Hall Square, it could be the best event ever, but it’ll be no use if no one is able to get to it. .....“We’ve provisionally booked some portable toilets for the town centre, as we don’t have enough public toilets.”

It appears from the Feb 2014 minutes that they are no longer-
'RESOLVED
That unless required for Victoria Park, the toilets booked by the Town Council for the Tour de France Weekend, should be cancelled. Councillor A Wright to advise the Deputy Town Clerk accordingly.'

So just what are Mitchell, Wright and Fletcher planning to spend the Public's money on?

Perhaps one of Mitchell's men on this thread might know.
councillor Fletcher has informed the Public that " Keighley Town Council is having a lot to do with the Tour De France as well, and we will be spending quite a lot of money on it." So what of the portable toilets proudly boasted about by councillor Wright last November- " “If we put something on near Town Hall Square, it could be the best event ever, but it’ll be no use if no one is able to get to it. .....“We’ve provisionally booked some portable toilets for the town centre, as we don’t have enough public toilets.” It appears from the Feb 2014 minutes that they are no longer- 'RESOLVED That unless required for Victoria Park, the toilets booked by the Town Council for the Tour de France Weekend, should be cancelled. Councillor A Wright to advise the Deputy Town Clerk accordingly.' So just what are Mitchell, Wright and Fletcher planning to spend the Public's money on? Perhaps one of Mitchell's men on this thread might know. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 3

7:57am Tue 25 Mar 14

Gobbag Vooar says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened?
Whats your obsession with public toilets Simon? You spend a lot of time hanging around in them do you?
Why do you have to be so nasty and insulting to anyone who disagrees with you ?
Not a very good example to Mr Samuels are you ?
I dont insult anyone who disagrees with me, I am disagreeing with you now but I am not being insulting! Some of you think Simon is Gods gift to debate and Dave is the saviour of all that is Keighley but the facts are clear and on record here - go and find any thread where you think I am being nasty and I will find you ten where they have been worse. Simon persistently hijacks threads to continue his personal vendetta against various councillors, Dave is clearly a few bob short of a pound and has a go at any opportunity - just look at his post here on this thread, are you telling me that isn't nasty and insulting? If they don't like what I post they are free to ignore it, if they want to make nasty, insulting, condescending remarks and in some case plain lies they can expect some comeback - simple isn't it?
Again, Why do you have to be so nasty and obnoxious. ?
Why not set an example, with a better standard of posting ?
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened?[/p][/quote]Whats your obsession with public toilets Simon? You spend a lot of time hanging around in them do you?[/p][/quote]Why do you have to be so nasty and insulting to anyone who disagrees with you ? Not a very good example to Mr Samuels are you ?[/p][/quote]I dont insult anyone who disagrees with me, I am disagreeing with you now but I am not being insulting! Some of you think Simon is Gods gift to debate and Dave is the saviour of all that is Keighley but the facts are clear and on record here - go and find any thread where you think I am being nasty and I will find you ten where they have been worse. Simon persistently hijacks threads to continue his personal vendetta against various councillors, Dave is clearly a few bob short of a pound and has a go at any opportunity - just look at his post here on this thread, are you telling me that isn't nasty and insulting? If they don't like what I post they are free to ignore it, if they want to make nasty, insulting, condescending remarks and in some case plain lies they can expect some comeback - simple isn't it?[/p][/quote]Again, Why do you have to be so nasty and obnoxious. ? Why not set an example, with a better standard of posting ? Gobbag Vooar
  • Score: 3

8:11am Tue 25 Mar 14

Graham Forsyth says...

MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14
"this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this"

And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility.

K.N. June 2013
"Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. "

Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account.

Tick Tock
MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock Graham Forsyth
  • Score: 4

8:58am Tue 25 Mar 14

Gobbag Vooar says...

Graham Forsyth wrote:
MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14
"this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this"

And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility.

K.N. June 2013
"Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. "

Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account.

Tick Tock
Correct in every detail Mr Forsyth
A Parish Council is responsible to the electorate, as Keighley people voted to have a Parish Council, there is a collective responsibility to monitor such. MorriseyRocks posting is somewhat alarming, as it seems to suggest that parishioners should not exercise these responsibilities.
Those who took time out should be commended for their actions, it is not their fault if they found what they saw as abnormalities, and objected to. Neither are they to blame if the auditor came to the conclusion that their objections needed further investigation.
The council lies at fault here for producing accounts, that lay themselves open to investigation. These accounts should have been " watertight " as the internal auditors I believe they are called, should have not passed them.
Those parishioners carried out their responsibilities in accordance with the law, what they did not do is demand that the auditors came to Keighley, that was the auditors decision on the evidence supplied with the objections.
It would appear that Morrisey Rocks needs to read as I have done " Audit A Guide To Your Rights " before he condemns those who accept their responsibilities, and far more parishioners, including myself, should " get off our butts " and do our duty, its our money.
[quote][p][bold]Graham Forsyth[/bold] wrote: MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock[/p][/quote]Correct in every detail Mr Forsyth A Parish Council is responsible to the electorate, as Keighley people voted to have a Parish Council, there is a collective responsibility to monitor such. MorriseyRocks posting is somewhat alarming, as it seems to suggest that parishioners should not exercise these responsibilities. Those who took time out should be commended for their actions, it is not their fault if they found what they saw as abnormalities, and objected to. Neither are they to blame if the auditor came to the conclusion that their objections needed further investigation. The council lies at fault here for producing accounts, that lay themselves open to investigation. These accounts should have been " watertight " as the internal auditors I believe they are called, should have not passed them. Those parishioners carried out their responsibilities in accordance with the law, what they did not do is demand that the auditors came to Keighley, that was the auditors decision on the evidence supplied with the objections. It would appear that Morrisey Rocks needs to read as I have done " Audit A Guide To Your Rights " before he condemns those who accept their responsibilities, and far more parishioners, including myself, should " get off our butts " and do our duty, its our money. Gobbag Vooar
  • Score: 3

9:03am Tue 25 Mar 14

Mixter says...

People in the know just 'hoping'? Pi$$-Ups and breweries spring to mind.

This is going to be one event where the tin-hat wearing, glo-viz vest festooned, clipboard toting, safety bespectacled council jobsworths have no control. I am personally looking forward to seeing them wither and die on the spot on sight of banners having no planning permission, balloon sellers having no mission statements, and burger vans selling non-EEC onions in the tea cakes.
People in the know just 'hoping'? Pi$$-Ups and breweries spring to mind. This is going to be one event where the tin-hat wearing, glo-viz vest festooned, clipboard toting, safety bespectacled council jobsworths have no control. I am personally looking forward to seeing them wither and die on the spot on sight of banners having no planning permission, balloon sellers having no mission statements, and burger vans selling non-EEC onions in the tea cakes. Mixter
  • Score: 2

9:08am Tue 25 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Gobbag Vooar wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened?
Whats your obsession with public toilets Simon? You spend a lot of time hanging around in them do you?
Why do you have to be so nasty and insulting to anyone who disagrees with you ?
Not a very good example to Mr Samuels are you ?
I dont insult anyone who disagrees with me, I am disagreeing with you now but I am not being insulting! Some of you think Simon is Gods gift to debate and Dave is the saviour of all that is Keighley but the facts are clear and on record here - go and find any thread where you think I am being nasty and I will find you ten where they have been worse. Simon persistently hijacks threads to continue his personal vendetta against various councillors, Dave is clearly a few bob short of a pound and has a go at any opportunity - just look at his post here on this thread, are you telling me that isn't nasty and insulting? If they don't like what I post they are free to ignore it, if they want to make nasty, insulting, condescending remarks and in some case plain lies they can expect some comeback - simple isn't it?
Again, Why do you have to be so nasty and obnoxious. ?
Why not set an example, with a better standard of posting ?
I explained very clearly why - persistent abuse and insults from Dave, persistent childish attempts to wind me up and extreme insults and obnoxious attitude to other posters on here from Simon, whats so difficult to understand? most other folk are happy to ignore my comments or take them for what they are! I notice we're back on the conspiracy theories as well now, good luck proving that one Simon!
[quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Back in November 2013 cllr Wright told the world how KTC had provisionally booked portable toilets for the town centre but now it's just cllr Mitchell 'hoping that the bus station toilets stay open'. So what happened?[/p][/quote]Whats your obsession with public toilets Simon? You spend a lot of time hanging around in them do you?[/p][/quote]Why do you have to be so nasty and insulting to anyone who disagrees with you ? Not a very good example to Mr Samuels are you ?[/p][/quote]I dont insult anyone who disagrees with me, I am disagreeing with you now but I am not being insulting! Some of you think Simon is Gods gift to debate and Dave is the saviour of all that is Keighley but the facts are clear and on record here - go and find any thread where you think I am being nasty and I will find you ten where they have been worse. Simon persistently hijacks threads to continue his personal vendetta against various councillors, Dave is clearly a few bob short of a pound and has a go at any opportunity - just look at his post here on this thread, are you telling me that isn't nasty and insulting? If they don't like what I post they are free to ignore it, if they want to make nasty, insulting, condescending remarks and in some case plain lies they can expect some comeback - simple isn't it?[/p][/quote]Again, Why do you have to be so nasty and obnoxious. ? Why not set an example, with a better standard of posting ?[/p][/quote]I explained very clearly why - persistent abuse and insults from Dave, persistent childish attempts to wind me up and extreme insults and obnoxious attitude to other posters on here from Simon, whats so difficult to understand? most other folk are happy to ignore my comments or take them for what they are! I notice we're back on the conspiracy theories as well now, good luck proving that one Simon! Little Green Man
  • Score: -4

9:20am Tue 25 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Mixter wrote:
People in the know just 'hoping'? Pi$$-Ups and breweries spring to mind.

This is going to be one event where the tin-hat wearing, glo-viz vest festooned, clipboard toting, safety bespectacled council jobsworths have no control. I am personally looking forward to seeing them wither and die on the spot on sight of banners having no planning permission, balloon sellers having no mission statements, and burger vans selling non-EEC onions in the tea cakes.
Mixter,
I think it might be more than just the brewery that might find itself overflowing.
As councillor Fletcher has said they will be spending a lot of money, councillor Wright knows there is a lack of Public toilets and the best councillor Mitchell can do is hope the bus station ones stay open because they have decided not to use some of the ' lot of money' to provide much needed facilities.
councillor Fletcher has indicated that the toilet at the Civic Centre will be used, however as yet he hasn't provided the actual amount available. ( i think it might be just the one).
It seems that while the traffic may be at a standstill, the streets may well be flowing.......
[quote][p][bold]Mixter[/bold] wrote: People in the know just 'hoping'? Pi$$-Ups and breweries spring to mind. This is going to be one event where the tin-hat wearing, glo-viz vest festooned, clipboard toting, safety bespectacled council jobsworths have no control. I am personally looking forward to seeing them wither and die on the spot on sight of banners having no planning permission, balloon sellers having no mission statements, and burger vans selling non-EEC onions in the tea cakes.[/p][/quote]Mixter, I think it might be more than just the brewery that might find itself overflowing. As councillor Fletcher has said they will be spending a lot of money, councillor Wright knows there is a lack of Public toilets and the best councillor Mitchell can do is hope the bus station ones stay open because they have decided not to use some of the ' lot of money' to provide much needed facilities. councillor Fletcher has indicated that the toilet at the Civic Centre will be used, however as yet he hasn't provided the actual amount available. ( i think it might be just the one). It seems that while the traffic may be at a standstill, the streets may well be flowing....... Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 1

9:20am Tue 25 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Graham Forsyth wrote:
MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock
Oh my God. They are all back!
[quote][p][bold]Graham Forsyth[/bold] wrote: MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock[/p][/quote]Oh my God. They are all back! Kingchaser
  • Score: -3

9:25am Tue 25 Mar 14

Gobbag Vooar says...

But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ?
What is the point in all this mud slinging ?
Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?
But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ? What is the point in all this mud slinging ? Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ? Gobbag Vooar
  • Score: 2

9:41am Tue 25 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Gobbag Vooar wrote:
But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ?
What is the point in all this mud slinging ?
Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?
I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does!
[quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ? What is the point in all this mud slinging ? Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?[/p][/quote]I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does! Little Green Man
  • Score: -4

9:46am Tue 25 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ?
What is the point in all this mud slinging ?
Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?
I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does!
9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote-
I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously.
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ? What is the point in all this mud slinging ? Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?[/p][/quote]I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does![/p][/quote]9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote- I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: -1

10:04am Tue 25 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ?
What is the point in all this mud slinging ?
Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?
I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does!
9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote-
I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously.
and yet you still do!
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ? What is the point in all this mud slinging ? Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?[/p][/quote]I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does![/p][/quote]9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote- I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously.[/p][/quote]and yet you still do! Little Green Man
  • Score: -2

10:13am Tue 25 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ?
What is the point in all this mud slinging ?
Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?
I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does!
9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote-
I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously.
and yet you still do!
Perhaps in your mind you genuinely believe that LGM.
You funny little fella.
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ? What is the point in all this mud slinging ? Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?[/p][/quote]I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does![/p][/quote]9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote- I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously.[/p][/quote]and yet you still do![/p][/quote]Perhaps in your mind you genuinely believe that LGM. You funny little fella. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 1

10:15am Tue 25 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ?
What is the point in all this mud slinging ?
Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?
I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does!
9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote-
I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously.
and yet you still do!
Perhaps in your mind you genuinely believe that LGM.
You funny little fella.
Then why respond? Is your life that sad?
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ? What is the point in all this mud slinging ? Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?[/p][/quote]I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does![/p][/quote]9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote- I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously.[/p][/quote]and yet you still do![/p][/quote]Perhaps in your mind you genuinely believe that LGM. You funny little fella.[/p][/quote]Then why respond? Is your life that sad? Little Green Man
  • Score: -2

10:49am Tue 25 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ?
What is the point in all this mud slinging ?
Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?
I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does!
9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote-
I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously.
and yet you still do!
Perhaps in your mind you genuinely believe that LGM.
You funny little fella.
Then why respond? Is your life that sad?
Still struggling to understand how this works LGM?
Still asking questions that you really should know the answer to by now.

Thankyou.
Tick Tock
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ? What is the point in all this mud slinging ? Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?[/p][/quote]I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does![/p][/quote]9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote- I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously.[/p][/quote]and yet you still do![/p][/quote]Perhaps in your mind you genuinely believe that LGM. You funny little fella.[/p][/quote]Then why respond? Is your life that sad?[/p][/quote]Still struggling to understand how this works LGM? Still asking questions that you really should know the answer to by now. Thankyou. Tick Tock Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 0

10:54am Tue 25 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ?
What is the point in all this mud slinging ?
Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?
I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does!
9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote-
I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously.
and yet you still do!
Perhaps in your mind you genuinely believe that LGM.
You funny little fella.
Then why respond? Is your life that sad?
Still struggling to understand how this works LGM?
Still asking questions that you really should know the answer to by now.

Thankyou.
Tick Tock
obviously it is...
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: But I've given you an answer Green Man, take the initiative, ignore what you see as insults, and produce informative posts. Is that so hard ? What is the point in all this mud slinging ? Are people so immature not to realise that we may not always agree, is it not the idea of these sites to have dialogue, not silly and childish mudslinging ?[/p][/quote]I've offered a truce several times to Dave, if you follow these threads you should know that and you should know his replies - if everyone plays by the rules it works well, but not everyone does![/p][/quote]9th Dec 2013 Little Green Man wrote- I already explained that you shouldn't take me seriously.[/p][/quote]and yet you still do![/p][/quote]Perhaps in your mind you genuinely believe that LGM. You funny little fella.[/p][/quote]Then why respond? Is your life that sad?[/p][/quote]Still struggling to understand how this works LGM? Still asking questions that you really should know the answer to by now. Thankyou. Tick Tock[/p][/quote]obviously it is... Little Green Man
  • Score: -2

11:05am Tue 25 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Graham Forsyth wrote:
MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock
Oh my God. They are all back!
You mention god Kingchaser. councillor Mitchell lives in hope of the bus station toilets staying open.
A hope and a prayer. Perhaps KC need a new committee. The Hope & Pray Committee.
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Graham Forsyth[/bold] wrote: MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock[/p][/quote]Oh my God. They are all back![/p][/quote]You mention god Kingchaser. councillor Mitchell lives in hope of the bus station toilets staying open. A hope and a prayer. Perhaps KC need a new committee. The Hope & Pray Committee. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 0

11:47am Tue 25 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Graham Forsyth wrote: MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock
Oh my God. They are all back!
You mention god Kingchaser. councillor Mitchell lives in hope of the bus station toilets staying open. A hope and a prayer. Perhaps KC need a new committee. The Hope & Pray Committee.
Another storm in a tea-cup with much ado being made about nothing, if you ask me, Simon. It'll all be over in an hour or so and most hostelries, cafe's etc will be open, presumably. I don't see a massive requirement for lots of extra toilets.

I don't see Haworth, Oxenhope etc getting too exercised about toilets - just using it as a reason to keep Haworth park toilets open - but I expect most people to walk to their nearest vantage point (after-all, lots of roads will be closed) watch the riders pass by, maybe hang on a bit longer for any other entertainment and then, probably, if they are really interested watch the rest of the tour round our area on the telly at home or in the pub.

It might serve Cavetown's purposes to shoe-horn another dig in at KTC, or for Graham to explain (yet again!) that you're a bunch of concerned parishioners exercising your rights or for Reverend Dave to step up into the pulpit and harangue us with his verbage.

But it's a non-story really, if you ask me.
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Graham Forsyth[/bold] wrote: MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock[/p][/quote]Oh my God. They are all back![/p][/quote]You mention god Kingchaser. councillor Mitchell lives in hope of the bus station toilets staying open. A hope and a prayer. Perhaps KC need a new committee. The Hope & Pray Committee.[/p][/quote]Another storm in a tea-cup with much ado being made about nothing, if you ask me, Simon. It'll all be over in an hour or so and most hostelries, cafe's etc will be open, presumably. I don't see a massive requirement for lots of extra toilets. I don't see Haworth, Oxenhope etc getting too exercised about toilets - just using it as a reason to keep Haworth park toilets open - but I expect most people to walk to their nearest vantage point (after-all, lots of roads will be closed) watch the riders pass by, maybe hang on a bit longer for any other entertainment and then, probably, if they are really interested watch the rest of the tour round our area on the telly at home or in the pub. It might serve Cavetown's purposes to shoe-horn another dig in at KTC, or for Graham to explain (yet again!) that you're a bunch of concerned parishioners exercising your rights or for Reverend Dave to step up into the pulpit and harangue us with his verbage. But it's a non-story really, if you ask me. Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

11:52am Tue 25 Mar 14

Graham Forsyth says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Mixter wrote:
People in the know just 'hoping'? Pi$$-Ups and breweries spring to mind.

This is going to be one event where the tin-hat wearing, glo-viz vest festooned, clipboard toting, safety bespectacled council jobsworths have no control. I am personally looking forward to seeing them wither and die on the spot on sight of banners having no planning permission, balloon sellers having no mission statements, and burger vans selling non-EEC onions in the tea cakes.
Mixter,
I think it might be more than just the brewery that might find itself overflowing.
As councillor Fletcher has said they will be spending a lot of money, councillor Wright knows there is a lack of Public toilets and the best councillor Mitchell can do is hope the bus station ones stay open because they have decided not to use some of the ' lot of money' to provide much needed facilities.
councillor Fletcher has indicated that the toilet at the Civic Centre will be used, however as yet he hasn't provided the actual amount available. ( i think it might be just the one).
It seems that while the traffic may be at a standstill, the streets may well be flowing.......
Civic centre sub committee minutes 4 July 2012
"The small number of toilets was a concern particularly with the possibility of large numbers of school children coming into the building."

That rules out the civic centre as a convenient convenience.

Tick Tock
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mixter[/bold] wrote: People in the know just 'hoping'? Pi$$-Ups and breweries spring to mind. This is going to be one event where the tin-hat wearing, glo-viz vest festooned, clipboard toting, safety bespectacled council jobsworths have no control. I am personally looking forward to seeing them wither and die on the spot on sight of banners having no planning permission, balloon sellers having no mission statements, and burger vans selling non-EEC onions in the tea cakes.[/p][/quote]Mixter, I think it might be more than just the brewery that might find itself overflowing. As councillor Fletcher has said they will be spending a lot of money, councillor Wright knows there is a lack of Public toilets and the best councillor Mitchell can do is hope the bus station ones stay open because they have decided not to use some of the ' lot of money' to provide much needed facilities. councillor Fletcher has indicated that the toilet at the Civic Centre will be used, however as yet he hasn't provided the actual amount available. ( i think it might be just the one). It seems that while the traffic may be at a standstill, the streets may well be flowing.......[/p][/quote]Civic centre sub committee minutes 4 July 2012 "The small number of toilets was a concern particularly with the possibility of large numbers of school children coming into the building." That rules out the civic centre as a convenient convenience. Tick Tock Graham Forsyth
  • Score: 4

11:54am Tue 25 Mar 14

samuels david says...

Always a 708 Skinhead

As you have stated, Councillor Fletcher has informed the Public that "Keighley Town Council is having a lot to do with the Tour De France as well, and we will be spending quite a lot of money on it."

How much money to be spent is a mystery, where the money is going is a mystery, what financial benefits will accrue to Keighley is a mystery etc.,

Will all members of the Council be able, in an open, transparent and free speaking debate be able to decide what in their view is best for Keighley?

As you have noted, Councillor Wright last November stated with regard to the Tour De France event, ‘We’ve provisionally booked some portable toilets for the town centre, as we don’t have enough public toilets.” No public debate as everything is decided in the tight committee structure which has financially, morally and democratically bedeviled KRC since the inception of the takeover by the ‘Hierarchy’.

If, you Simon, had access to all Keighley Town Councils monthly financial Schedules and policy operations, you would have noticed that far from being contrite regarding its unrestrained financial behaviour, particularly in response to the Audit Commission examination of its accounts and methods, the financial misbehaviour within KTC is continuing, as its rising cost indicates.

The Achilles heel of KTC is of course its committee structure, a setup I believe was to consolidate the power of KTC into the hands of the few egotist who wished to control and manipulate the policies of the Council without full input of all members of the KTC Council.

That dictatorial scenario was doomed at the start, as has now, unfortunately been finically proven.

David Samuels
Always a 708 Skinhead As you have stated, Councillor Fletcher has informed the Public that "Keighley Town Council is having a lot to do with the Tour De France as well, and we will be spending quite a lot of money on it." How much money to be spent is a mystery, where the money is going is a mystery, what financial benefits will accrue to Keighley is a mystery etc., Will all members of the Council be able, in an open, transparent and free speaking debate be able to decide what in their view is best for Keighley? As you have noted, Councillor Wright last November stated with regard to the Tour De France event, ‘We’ve provisionally booked some portable toilets for the town centre, as we don’t have enough public toilets.” No public debate as everything is decided in the tight committee structure which has financially, morally and democratically bedeviled KRC since the inception of the takeover by the ‘Hierarchy’. If, you Simon, had access to all Keighley Town Councils monthly financial Schedules and policy operations, you would have noticed that far from being contrite regarding its unrestrained financial behaviour, particularly in response to the Audit Commission examination of its accounts and methods, the financial misbehaviour within KTC is continuing, as its rising cost indicates. The Achilles heel of KTC is of course its committee structure, a setup I believe was to consolidate the power of KTC into the hands of the few egotist who wished to control and manipulate the policies of the Council without full input of all members of the KTC Council. That dictatorial scenario was doomed at the start, as has now, unfortunately been finically proven. David Samuels samuels david
  • Score: 1

12:13pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Graham Forsyth wrote: MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock
Oh my God. They are all back!
You mention god Kingchaser. councillor Mitchell lives in hope of the bus station toilets staying open. A hope and a prayer. Perhaps KC need a new committee. The Hope & Pray Committee.
Another storm in a tea-cup with much ado being made about nothing, if you ask me, Simon. It'll all be over in an hour or so and most hostelries, cafe's etc will be open, presumably. I don't see a massive requirement for lots of extra toilets.

I don't see Haworth, Oxenhope etc getting too exercised about toilets - just using it as a reason to keep Haworth park toilets open - but I expect most people to walk to their nearest vantage point (after-all, lots of roads will be closed) watch the riders pass by, maybe hang on a bit longer for any other entertainment and then, probably, if they are really interested watch the rest of the tour round our area on the telly at home or in the pub.

It might serve Cavetown's purposes to shoe-horn another dig in at KTC, or for Graham to explain (yet again!) that you're a bunch of concerned parishioners exercising your rights or for Reverend Dave to step up into the pulpit and harangue us with his verbage.

But it's a non-story really, if you ask me.
A non story Kingchaser?
Yet the Keighley News chose to report it. As they did Tony Wright's claim that the council were to provide portable toilets for the event.
Yet they have failed to report the cancellation of these reported temporary conveniences.

To shoehorn, as you call it, another dig Kc, there must first be a shoe.
I am not intending to cast doubt on your summary Kingchaser, but I will ask you this.
If it is a 'non story' as you suggest.
Why has it been reported and recorded?
Why was the opinion opined by Bus Museum Mitchell and not councillor Mitchell?
Why, if the council has decided that the tour does not warrant the use of loos at it's expense, is it also calling for ones to be made available at another's expense?

I seem to recall from a past posting that you have taken your name from a professed love of chess KC.
If this is the case, surely you can see the play by KTC?

Tick Tock
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Graham Forsyth[/bold] wrote: MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock[/p][/quote]Oh my God. They are all back![/p][/quote]You mention god Kingchaser. councillor Mitchell lives in hope of the bus station toilets staying open. A hope and a prayer. Perhaps KC need a new committee. The Hope & Pray Committee.[/p][/quote]Another storm in a tea-cup with much ado being made about nothing, if you ask me, Simon. It'll all be over in an hour or so and most hostelries, cafe's etc will be open, presumably. I don't see a massive requirement for lots of extra toilets. I don't see Haworth, Oxenhope etc getting too exercised about toilets - just using it as a reason to keep Haworth park toilets open - but I expect most people to walk to their nearest vantage point (after-all, lots of roads will be closed) watch the riders pass by, maybe hang on a bit longer for any other entertainment and then, probably, if they are really interested watch the rest of the tour round our area on the telly at home or in the pub. It might serve Cavetown's purposes to shoe-horn another dig in at KTC, or for Graham to explain (yet again!) that you're a bunch of concerned parishioners exercising your rights or for Reverend Dave to step up into the pulpit and harangue us with his verbage. But it's a non-story really, if you ask me.[/p][/quote]A non story Kingchaser? Yet the Keighley News chose to report it. As they did Tony Wright's claim that the council were to provide portable toilets for the event. Yet they have failed to report the cancellation of these reported temporary conveniences. To shoehorn, as you call it, another dig Kc, there must first be a shoe. I am not intending to cast doubt on your summary Kingchaser, but I will ask you this. If it is a 'non story' as you suggest. Why has it been reported and recorded? Why was the opinion opined by Bus Museum Mitchell and not councillor Mitchell? Why, if the council has decided that the tour does not warrant the use of loos at it's expense, is it also calling for ones to be made available at another's expense? I seem to recall from a past posting that you have taken your name from a professed love of chess KC. If this is the case, surely you can see the play by KTC? Tick Tock Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 3

12:25pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Should there be loos or not? Its a straight forward problem and hardly a 'Watergate' style conspiracy by the council to... well to do what? Not sure what you think their 'play' is Simon. Its clear that whatever they do won't be good enough for some people!
Should there be loos or not? Its a straight forward problem and hardly a 'Watergate' style conspiracy by the council to... well to do what? Not sure what you think their 'play' is Simon. Its clear that whatever they do won't be good enough for some people! Little Green Man
  • Score: -3

12:37pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Mr Samuels,
KTC lumber on, resolutely following a preordained path which they chose way back when....
That this path followed a spiraling pattern leading them ever downward is of little consequence to the 'hierarchy'.
They can see no alternate route.
As we all know the course was set in motion by a select few, many have already abandoned ship, some are still on board. Others made do with a role out of the limelight.
I believe some who voted on the "self funding, even in a worse case scenario" route, had all the business accumen of running a local business, established for over 100 years, into the ground at the time they were making these business decisions.
Of course it wasn't their fault, it was the fault of, to use the words of 2011 as reported-
“We have been the victims of internet sellers, large chains and supermarkets".

So as you can see Mr Samuels, it is never the fault of those who made these decisions. There is always someone else to blame.

Tick Tock
Mr Samuels, KTC lumber on, resolutely following a preordained path which they chose way back when.... That this path followed a spiraling pattern leading them ever downward is of little consequence to the 'hierarchy'. They can see no alternate route. As we all know the course was set in motion by a select few, many have already abandoned ship, some are still on board. Others made do with a role out of the limelight. I believe some who voted on the "self funding, even in a worse case scenario" route, had all the business accumen of running a local business, established for over 100 years, into the ground at the time they were making these business decisions. Of course it wasn't their fault, it was the fault of, to use the words of 2011 as reported- “We have been the victims of internet sellers, large chains and supermarkets". So as you can see Mr Samuels, it is never the fault of those who made these decisions. There is always someone else to blame. Tick Tock Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 3

12:42pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Cavendo tutus.
Cavendo tutus. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 2

12:58pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Graham Forsyth wrote: MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock
Oh my God. They are all back!
You mention god Kingchaser. councillor Mitchell lives in hope of the bus station toilets staying open. A hope and a prayer. Perhaps KC need a new committee. The Hope & Pray Committee.
Another storm in a tea-cup with much ado being made about nothing, if you ask me, Simon. It'll all be over in an hour or so and most hostelries, cafe's etc will be open, presumably. I don't see a massive requirement for lots of extra toilets. I don't see Haworth, Oxenhope etc getting too exercised about toilets - just using it as a reason to keep Haworth park toilets open - but I expect most people to walk to their nearest vantage point (after-all, lots of roads will be closed) watch the riders pass by, maybe hang on a bit longer for any other entertainment and then, probably, if they are really interested watch the rest of the tour round our area on the telly at home or in the pub. It might serve Cavetown's purposes to shoe-horn another dig in at KTC, or for Graham to explain (yet again!) that you're a bunch of concerned parishioners exercising your rights or for Reverend Dave to step up into the pulpit and harangue us with his verbage. But it's a non-story really, if you ask me.
A non story Kingchaser? Yet the Keighley News chose to report it. As they did Tony Wright's claim that the council were to provide portable toilets for the event. Yet they have failed to report the cancellation of these reported temporary conveniences. To shoehorn, as you call it, another dig Kc, there must first be a shoe. I am not intending to cast doubt on your summary Kingchaser, but I will ask you this. If it is a 'non story' as you suggest. Why has it been reported and recorded? Why was the opinion opined by Bus Museum Mitchell and not councillor Mitchell? Why, if the council has decided that the tour does not warrant the use of loos at it's expense, is it also calling for ones to be made available at another's expense? I seem to recall from a past posting that you have taken your name from a professed love of chess KC. If this is the case, surely you can see the play by KTC? Tick Tock
To shoe-horn something in does, indeed, imply that there is a shoe. The point is that it is the wrong shoe, Simon. There have been many 'right' shoes in the past where Cavetown has, quite rightly, made it's point known....even if the presentation of that point has been lacking and/or repetitive.

You do now look like you are carrying out a vendetta.

Yes, the KN has decided upon carrying a story wondering about the use of the bus station. One person featured happens to be a councillor. I don't see why that necessarily leads to yet another diatribe (justified or unjustified) against KTC by Cavetown, Reverend Dave and 'let's all play nicely and let's not criticise Cavetown' Gobbag.

I can't see there being a problem about loos. But where do you stand, Simon. Should the council fork out for extra or not?
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Graham Forsyth[/bold] wrote: MorriseyRocks says... 9:08am Sat 22 Mar 14 "this self appointed, without mandate, group Cavetown have initiated this" And who is officially appointed and given a mandate to hold town and parish councils to account MorriseyRocks? As Cavetown have explained on numerous occasions there is no official body like the L.G.O etc to which parishioners can take their grievances. This leaves parishioners with the onus of responsibility. K.N. June 2013 "Councillor Sally Walker, responded she supported what Mr Maude had said, and that the town council was an independent local authority accountable to its electorate. " Therefore when any parishioner, or collective of parishioners, hold their council to account they are exercising their legal right to do so, thus anyone doing so is not self appointed, nor without mandate. They are unfortunately left with no other choice as the system automatically makes each and everyone parishioner within a parish responsible. Whether each and everyone will exercise that right is for each and everyone of them to decide for themselves. I for one would welcome a change to the system and have town and parish councils brought in line with District councils, and have an officially appointed body parishioners can take their complaints to. Until the present system is changed it still leaves parishioners having to hold their councils to account. Tick Tock[/p][/quote]Oh my God. They are all back![/p][/quote]You mention god Kingchaser. councillor Mitchell lives in hope of the bus station toilets staying open. A hope and a prayer. Perhaps KC need a new committee. The Hope & Pray Committee.[/p][/quote]Another storm in a tea-cup with much ado being made about nothing, if you ask me, Simon. It'll all be over in an hour or so and most hostelries, cafe's etc will be open, presumably. I don't see a massive requirement for lots of extra toilets. I don't see Haworth, Oxenhope etc getting too exercised about toilets - just using it as a reason to keep Haworth park toilets open - but I expect most people to walk to their nearest vantage point (after-all, lots of roads will be closed) watch the riders pass by, maybe hang on a bit longer for any other entertainment and then, probably, if they are really interested watch the rest of the tour round our area on the telly at home or in the pub. It might serve Cavetown's purposes to shoe-horn another dig in at KTC, or for Graham to explain (yet again!) that you're a bunch of concerned parishioners exercising your rights or for Reverend Dave to step up into the pulpit and harangue us with his verbage. But it's a non-story really, if you ask me.[/p][/quote]A non story Kingchaser? Yet the Keighley News chose to report it. As they did Tony Wright's claim that the council were to provide portable toilets for the event. Yet they have failed to report the cancellation of these reported temporary conveniences. To shoehorn, as you call it, another dig Kc, there must first be a shoe. I am not intending to cast doubt on your summary Kingchaser, but I will ask you this. If it is a 'non story' as you suggest. Why has it been reported and recorded? Why was the opinion opined by Bus Museum Mitchell and not councillor Mitchell? Why, if the council has decided that the tour does not warrant the use of loos at it's expense, is it also calling for ones to be made available at another's expense? I seem to recall from a past posting that you have taken your name from a professed love of chess KC. If this is the case, surely you can see the play by KTC? Tick Tock[/p][/quote]To shoe-horn something in does, indeed, imply that there is a shoe. The point is that it is the wrong shoe, Simon. There have been many 'right' shoes in the past where Cavetown has, quite rightly, made it's point known....even if the presentation of that point has been lacking and/or repetitive. You do now look like you are carrying out a vendetta. Yes, the KN has decided upon carrying a story wondering about the use of the bus station. One person featured happens to be a councillor. I don't see why that necessarily leads to yet another diatribe (justified or unjustified) against KTC by Cavetown, Reverend Dave and 'let's all play nicely and let's not criticise Cavetown' Gobbag. I can't see there being a problem about loos. But where do you stand, Simon. Should the council fork out for extra or not? Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

1:02pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Mr Samuels, KTC lumber on, resolutely following a preordained path which they chose way back when.... That this path followed a spiraling pattern leading them ever downward is of little consequence to the 'hierarchy'. They can see no alternate route. As we all know the course was set in motion by a select few, many have already abandoned ship, some are still on board. Others made do with a role out of the limelight. I believe some who voted on the "self funding, even in a worse case scenario" route, had all the business accumen of running a local business, established for over 100 years, into the ground at the time they were making these business decisions. Of course it wasn't their fault, it was the fault of, to use the words of 2011 as reported- “We have been the victims of internet sellers, large chains and supermarkets". So as you can see Mr Samuels, it is never the fault of those who made these decisions. There is always someone else to blame. Tick Tock
And this has what to do with the use of the bus-station? Or loos?

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[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Mr Samuels, KTC lumber on, resolutely following a preordained path which they chose way back when.... That this path followed a spiraling pattern leading them ever downward is of little consequence to the 'hierarchy'. They can see no alternate route. As we all know the course was set in motion by a select few, many have already abandoned ship, some are still on board. Others made do with a role out of the limelight. I believe some who voted on the "self funding, even in a worse case scenario" route, had all the business accumen of running a local business, established for over 100 years, into the ground at the time they were making these business decisions. Of course it wasn't their fault, it was the fault of, to use the words of 2011 as reported- “We have been the victims of internet sellers, large chains and supermarkets". So as you can see Mr Samuels, it is never the fault of those who made these decisions. There is always someone else to blame. Tick Tock[/p][/quote]And this has what to do with the use of the bus-station? Or loos? confused.com Kingchaser
  • Score: -1

2:06pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Gobbag Vooar says...

KINGCHASSER.

I do not post insults, and it is not a case of wanting " To Play Nicely " as you put it. It is a question of showing respect for others, whatever their respective opinions. If some don't know any better than to mudsling, then their postings are also compromised.
Let me put it simple ,it is behaving like a mature adults and engaging in dialogue, rather than childish buffoonery.
Rude remarks are uncalled for, so are personal insults and juvenile quips, as you know full well.
You of all people should set an example,
KINGCHASSER. I do not post insults, and it is not a case of wanting " To Play Nicely " as you put it. It is a question of showing respect for others, whatever their respective opinions. If some don't know any better than to mudsling, then their postings are also compromised. Let me put it simple ,it is behaving like a mature adults and engaging in dialogue, rather than childish buffoonery. Rude remarks are uncalled for, so are personal insults and juvenile quips, as you know full well. You of all people should set an example, Gobbag Vooar
  • Score: 1

3:24pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Gobbag Vooar wrote:
KINGCHASSER. I do not post insults, and it is not a case of wanting " To Play Nicely " as you put it. It is a question of showing respect for others, whatever their respective opinions. If some don't know any better than to mudsling, then their postings are also compromised. Let me put it simple ,it is behaving like a mature adults and engaging in dialogue, rather than childish buffoonery. Rude remarks are uncalled for, so are personal insults and juvenile quips, as you know full well. You of all people should set an example,
Why me of all people?

I think your ego has been pricked because I have pointed out to all and sundry (not that they haven't seen) that you can only see one side of the argument when it comes to Cavetown.

'Behaving like a mature adult' brings with it the responsibility of making a critique of both sides in a balanced way.

That's hardly the case when you continually berate LGM but have absolutely nothing to say when Reverend Samuels spews his bile.

In that case you certainly do insult us.....you insult our intelligence.

It is true that, in the past, I too have indulged in the insulting and pi$$-taking of some. In some cases, eg IHR, I regret that because he's a person I quite enjoy the company of. But I will not refrain from pointing out the inconsistencies in approach of people like you. See it as an insult, if you wish. That's your prerogative.
[quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: KINGCHASSER. I do not post insults, and it is not a case of wanting " To Play Nicely " as you put it. It is a question of showing respect for others, whatever their respective opinions. If some don't know any better than to mudsling, then their postings are also compromised. Let me put it simple ,it is behaving like a mature adults and engaging in dialogue, rather than childish buffoonery. Rude remarks are uncalled for, so are personal insults and juvenile quips, as you know full well. You of all people should set an example,[/p][/quote]Why me of all people? I think your ego has been pricked because I have pointed out to all and sundry (not that they haven't seen) that you can only see one side of the argument when it comes to Cavetown. 'Behaving like a mature adult' brings with it the responsibility of making a critique of both sides in a balanced way. That's hardly the case when you continually berate LGM but have absolutely nothing to say when Reverend Samuels spews his bile. In that case you certainly do insult us.....you insult our intelligence. It is true that, in the past, I too have indulged in the insulting and pi$$-taking of some. In some cases, eg IHR, I regret that because he's a person I quite enjoy the company of. But I will not refrain from pointing out the inconsistencies in approach of people like you. See it as an insult, if you wish. That's your prerogative. Kingchaser
  • Score: -1

4:20pm Tue 25 Mar 14

legsman says...

Of course the other blinding hypocrisy is that David Samuels and Simon Mitchell will happily be extremely rude to anyone who doesn't agree wholeheartedly with their opinion and also rude to any of the Councillors but they expect everyone else to mind their manners when speaking back to them. I certainly didn't start the rudeness, David Samuels did that, he's been ranting on here for years and happily belittling whoever gets in his way.
And as for him using his age as a defensive point, well as an older person, he should be able to set a better example shouldn't he? I seem to remember he even once described councillors as jackbooted stormtroopers. That's about as disgraceful an insult as you can get.
And Simon Mitchell is quite obviously carrying out a personal vendetta against certain people. It's bordering on stalking and may even be actionable in court. I'm no supporter of the council but I hope one of them does take him to court over his behaviour. I'm surprised that the Keighley News allow him to use their website to do this as it makes them potentially culpable as well. I note that a whole page of comments has been removed recently, maybe they thought enough was enough.
Of course the other blinding hypocrisy is that David Samuels and Simon Mitchell will happily be extremely rude to anyone who doesn't agree wholeheartedly with their opinion and also rude to any of the Councillors but they expect everyone else to mind their manners when speaking back to them. I certainly didn't start the rudeness, David Samuels did that, he's been ranting on here for years and happily belittling whoever gets in his way. And as for him using his age as a defensive point, well as an older person, he should be able to set a better example shouldn't he? I seem to remember he even once described councillors as jackbooted stormtroopers. That's about as disgraceful an insult as you can get. And Simon Mitchell is quite obviously carrying out a personal vendetta against certain people. It's bordering on stalking and may even be actionable in court. I'm no supporter of the council but I hope one of them does take him to court over his behaviour. I'm surprised that the Keighley News allow him to use their website to do this as it makes them potentially culpable as well. I note that a whole page of comments has been removed recently, maybe they thought enough was enough. legsman
  • Score: -1

4:49pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Gobbag Vooar says...

Ist And Foremost Kingchasser, as you seem not to have noticed, there is no other side but that of Cavetown, simply, in spite of numerous requests for some person to put forward the other side of the coin with alternative facts, none were forth coming apart from the usual insults and " clap trap " from the likes of certain individuals, as again, you know full well.
As for my plea for respecting others on these sites, why don't you lead on this one ?
You can hardly expect David Samuels as LGM tells us that "Dave " has a few marbles short.
LGM tells us not to take him too seriously, so he must be ruled out, so you seem the most likely.
Seriously, give it a go, always better to light a candle in the dark, than curse the darkness.
Ist And Foremost Kingchasser, as you seem not to have noticed, there is no other side but that of Cavetown, simply, in spite of numerous requests for some person to put forward the other side of the coin with alternative facts, none were forth coming apart from the usual insults and " clap trap " from the likes of certain individuals, as again, you know full well. As for my plea for respecting others on these sites, why don't you lead on this one ? You can hardly expect David Samuels as LGM tells us that "Dave " has a few marbles short. LGM tells us not to take him too seriously, so he must be ruled out, so you seem the most likely. Seriously, give it a go, always better to light a candle in the dark, than curse the darkness. Gobbag Vooar
  • Score: 0

5:02pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Gobbag Vooar wrote:
Ist And Foremost Kingchasser, as you seem not to have noticed, there is no other side but that of Cavetown, simply, in spite of numerous requests for some person to put forward the other side of the coin with alternative facts, none were forth coming apart from the usual insults and " clap trap " from the likes of certain individuals, as again, you know full well. As for my plea for respecting others on these sites, why don't you lead on this one ? You can hardly expect David Samuels as LGM tells us that "Dave " has a few marbles short. LGM tells us not to take him too seriously, so he must be ruled out, so you seem the most likely. Seriously, give it a go, always better to light a candle in the dark, than curse the darkness.
Oh do pipe down, Gobbag! The only one getting exercised by what I write on here is you! I haven't insulted anyone in weeks!

And I'll leave all your soppy sentimental 'let's all be nice to each other' claptrap for someone else to read.

The day you berate Reverend Dave for his shocking assertions that KTC are Nazi's and that anyone who disagrees with him has mental problems is the day that your credibility might start to rise.
[quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: Ist And Foremost Kingchasser, as you seem not to have noticed, there is no other side but that of Cavetown, simply, in spite of numerous requests for some person to put forward the other side of the coin with alternative facts, none were forth coming apart from the usual insults and " clap trap " from the likes of certain individuals, as again, you know full well. As for my plea for respecting others on these sites, why don't you lead on this one ? You can hardly expect David Samuels as LGM tells us that "Dave " has a few marbles short. LGM tells us not to take him too seriously, so he must be ruled out, so you seem the most likely. Seriously, give it a go, always better to light a candle in the dark, than curse the darkness.[/p][/quote]Oh do pipe down, Gobbag! The only one getting exercised by what I write on here is you! I haven't insulted anyone in weeks! And I'll leave all your soppy sentimental 'let's all be nice to each other' claptrap for someone else to read. The day you berate Reverend Dave for his shocking assertions that KTC are Nazi's and that anyone who disagrees with him has mental problems is the day that your credibility might start to rise. Kingchaser
  • Score: 0

7:12pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
Ist And Foremost Kingchasser, as you seem not to have noticed, there is no other side but that of Cavetown, simply, in spite of numerous requests for some person to put forward the other side of the coin with alternative facts, none were forth coming apart from the usual insults and " clap trap " from the likes of certain individuals, as again, you know full well. As for my plea for respecting others on these sites, why don't you lead on this one ? You can hardly expect David Samuels as LGM tells us that "Dave " has a few marbles short. LGM tells us not to take him too seriously, so he must be ruled out, so you seem the most likely. Seriously, give it a go, always better to light a candle in the dark, than curse the darkness.
Oh do pipe down, Gobbag! The only one getting exercised by what I write on here is you! I haven't insulted anyone in weeks!

And I'll leave all your soppy sentimental 'let's all be nice to each other' claptrap for someone else to read.

The day you berate Reverend Dave for his shocking assertions that KTC are Nazi's and that anyone who disagrees with him has mental problems is the day that your credibility might start to rise.
Well put, Gobbag, go back and re-read David Samuels first post on this thread. Now tell me where on this thread I have posted anything that is worse?
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: Ist And Foremost Kingchasser, as you seem not to have noticed, there is no other side but that of Cavetown, simply, in spite of numerous requests for some person to put forward the other side of the coin with alternative facts, none were forth coming apart from the usual insults and " clap trap " from the likes of certain individuals, as again, you know full well. As for my plea for respecting others on these sites, why don't you lead on this one ? You can hardly expect David Samuels as LGM tells us that "Dave " has a few marbles short. LGM tells us not to take him too seriously, so he must be ruled out, so you seem the most likely. Seriously, give it a go, always better to light a candle in the dark, than curse the darkness.[/p][/quote]Oh do pipe down, Gobbag! The only one getting exercised by what I write on here is you! I haven't insulted anyone in weeks! And I'll leave all your soppy sentimental 'let's all be nice to each other' claptrap for someone else to read. The day you berate Reverend Dave for his shocking assertions that KTC are Nazi's and that anyone who disagrees with him has mental problems is the day that your credibility might start to rise.[/p][/quote]Well put, Gobbag, go back and re-read David Samuels first post on this thread. Now tell me where on this thread I have posted anything that is worse? Little Green Man
  • Score: -1

7:38pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Gobbag Vooar says...

Wel Well, I do seem to have" ruffled a few feather" e'h all because I have asked you to behave like adults.
Possibly I have asked too much, and should have known better, but will carry on posting in spite of your pleas to shut up.
Wel Well, I do seem to have" ruffled a few feather" e'h all because I have asked you to behave like adults. Possibly I have asked too much, and should have known better, but will carry on posting in spite of your pleas to shut up. Gobbag Vooar
  • Score: 2

8:06pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Gobbag Vooar wrote:
Wel Well, I do seem to have" ruffled a few feather" e'h all because I have asked you to behave like adults.
Possibly I have asked too much, and should have known better, but will carry on posting in spite of your pleas to shut up.
I haven't asked you to shut up, you seem a reasonable chap, don't start making things up like Dave does! All I ask is for me to take you seriously then you should make the same request for 'adult behaviour' to Dave and Simon - don't you think that is fair?
[quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: Wel Well, I do seem to have" ruffled a few feather" e'h all because I have asked you to behave like adults. Possibly I have asked too much, and should have known better, but will carry on posting in spite of your pleas to shut up.[/p][/quote]I haven't asked you to shut up, you seem a reasonable chap, don't start making things up like Dave does! All I ask is for me to take you seriously then you should make the same request for 'adult behaviour' to Dave and Simon - don't you think that is fair? Little Green Man
  • Score: -4

8:36pm Tue 25 Mar 14

jimmy k says...

glad everyones managed to stick to the thread again,not that i'm bothered but it seems to upset mr skinhead.
glad everyones managed to stick to the thread again,not that i'm bothered but it seems to upset mr skinhead. jimmy k
  • Score: -3

11:17pm Tue 25 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
Wel Well, I do seem to have" ruffled a few feather" e'h all because I have asked you to behave like adults.
Possibly I have asked too much, and should have known better, but will carry on posting in spite of your pleas to shut up.
I haven't asked you to shut up, you seem a reasonable chap, don't start making things up like Dave does! All I ask is for me to take you seriously then you should make the same request for 'adult behaviour' to Dave and Simon - don't you think that is fair?
I have asked you to pipe down, Gobbag. That's because I really do you think you should rethink your approach to giving a balanced view on certain individual's posts before imploring the likes of me and LGM to play nicely.

Seriously, why do you support Reverend Samuels in his bitter, twisted, insulting, but most importantly inaccurate rants?

Why do you support the shoe-horning in of a slagging off of KTC on every thread with more than a handful of comments when the link to KTC in the original article is tenuous or non-existent?

There is no doubt in my mind that the Cavetowner's campaign has some merit although I believe that certain individuals are way too emotionally invested in the campaign.

But your blind sheep-like devotion to them is not something that would make you a convincing person in your own right. So stop being so arrogant as to try to tell me what to do please.
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: Wel Well, I do seem to have" ruffled a few feather" e'h all because I have asked you to behave like adults. Possibly I have asked too much, and should have known better, but will carry on posting in spite of your pleas to shut up.[/p][/quote]I haven't asked you to shut up, you seem a reasonable chap, don't start making things up like Dave does! All I ask is for me to take you seriously then you should make the same request for 'adult behaviour' to Dave and Simon - don't you think that is fair?[/p][/quote]I have asked you to pipe down, Gobbag. That's because I really do you think you should rethink your approach to giving a balanced view on certain individual's posts before imploring the likes of me and LGM to play nicely. Seriously, why do you support Reverend Samuels in his bitter, twisted, insulting, but most importantly inaccurate rants? Why do you support the shoe-horning in of a slagging off of KTC on every thread with more than a handful of comments when the link to KTC in the original article is tenuous or non-existent? There is no doubt in my mind that the Cavetowner's campaign has some merit although I believe that certain individuals are way too emotionally invested in the campaign. But your blind sheep-like devotion to them is not something that would make you a convincing person in your own right. So stop being so arrogant as to try to tell me what to do please. Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

12:08am Wed 26 Mar 14

samuels david says...

Gobbag, don’t allow the bullying tactics of thugs such as King Chaser tthwart any view you may have, it seems to me his thuggish attack on you means only one thing, which is that your truth has annoyed him, as it does to all bullies in the world..

That the nasty vicious KTC Walter Mitty types, have in my view, problems of mental health issues I think is justified by comments by, King Chaser, who with another of his blatant lies has asserted I have stated Keighley Town Council are Nazi's. His critiques of all others who refuse to bow down to his own interpretation of what is right is typical of KTC.
I believe the Walter Mitty character, King Chaser, and the ‘doppelgangers’ in his mind, deliberately chooses to totally ignore facts and figures’, or even debate the issues of transparency, as it is, I believe a concept unknown to him and his friends within KTC.

Keighley Town Council is I believe, most certainly at fault in many of the fifty-four cases before the Audit Commission, one way or another, minor or major!
As such I’m suspicious and astounded, that when basic financial analysis suggest KTC has not followed correct procedures, or indeed, still insist on following its policy of denying full and open transparency, as demanded in a free society, such as abolishing the sham of committees, committees its hierarchy controls, insults are delivered by the storm troopers of KTC .

One has come to expect lies and gross insults to be directed at those members of the public, who simply require explanations, without KT council ‘bull’, but bringing ‘Nazi’s’ into your argument King Chaser is a typical KTC ploy!

However, leaving your insults to one side, and trying to get to get back to the nitty gritty of the KC reality, may I suggest Graham Mitchell stands down as a prospective Mayor of Keighley and leave it to somebody who was never involved in creating the situation this town now finds itself involved in, for whatever reason.

Graham Mitchell had his shot once before at being Mayor, and I’m of the opinion he lead Keighley into a situation that now involves the British Parliament etc, and I believe could create more unnecessary tensions within the town.

All of us, of whatever race, religion or political dogma we espouse, I believe, simply require the truth of the facts and figures provided the Council for inspection to the Audit Commission.

I have watched and listened to Cllr Pedley in and out of Keighley Town Hall, and he seems to have a grasp of what is needed to solve the transparency problems of KTC and possibly able to bring back some semblance of democracy. Cllr Rogan also seems an able candidate for the job, but for heaven’s sake, not a candidate who I and members of the public have no faith in, and especially when he was reported to have stated that some members of the public were ‘swivel-eyed-loons
’.
Gobbag, don’t allow the bullying tactics of thugs such as King Chaser tthwart any view you may have, it seems to me his thuggish attack on you means only one thing, which is that your truth has annoyed him, as it does to all bullies in the world.. That the nasty vicious KTC Walter Mitty types, have in my view, problems of mental health issues I think is justified by comments by, King Chaser, who with another of his blatant lies has asserted I have stated Keighley Town Council are Nazi's. His critiques of all others who refuse to bow down to his own interpretation of what is right is typical of KTC. I believe the Walter Mitty character, King Chaser, and the ‘doppelgangers’ in his mind, deliberately chooses to totally ignore facts and figures’, or even debate the issues of transparency, as it is, I believe a concept unknown to him and his friends within KTC. Keighley Town Council is I believe, most certainly at fault in many of the fifty-four cases before the Audit Commission, one way or another, minor or major! As such I’m suspicious and astounded, that when basic financial analysis suggest KTC has not followed correct procedures, or indeed, still insist on following its policy of denying full and open transparency, as demanded in a free society, such as abolishing the sham of committees, committees its hierarchy controls, insults are delivered by the storm troopers of KTC . One has come to expect lies and gross insults to be directed at those members of the public, who simply require explanations, without KT council ‘bull’, but bringing ‘Nazi’s’ into your argument King Chaser is a typical KTC ploy! However, leaving your insults to one side, and trying to get to get back to the nitty gritty of the KC reality, may I suggest Graham Mitchell stands down as a prospective Mayor of Keighley and leave it to somebody who was never involved in creating the situation this town now finds itself involved in, for whatever reason. Graham Mitchell had his shot once before at being Mayor, and I’m of the opinion he lead Keighley into a situation that now involves the British Parliament etc, and I believe could create more unnecessary tensions within the town. All of us, of whatever race, religion or political dogma we espouse, I believe, simply require the truth of the facts and figures provided the Council for inspection to the Audit Commission. I have watched and listened to Cllr Pedley in and out of Keighley Town Hall, and he seems to have a grasp of what is needed to solve the transparency problems of KTC and possibly able to bring back some semblance of democracy. Cllr Rogan also seems an able candidate for the job, but for heaven’s sake, not a candidate who I and members of the public have no faith in, and especially when he was reported to have stated that some members of the public were ‘swivel-eyed-loons ’. samuels david
  • Score: 2

6:41am Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

"f thugs such as King Chaser tthwart any view you may have, it seems to me his thuggish attack on you means only one thing, which is that your truth has annoyed him, as it does to all bullies in the world..

That the nasty vicious KTC Walter Mitty types, have in my view, problems of mental health issues I think is justified by comments by, King Chaser, who with another of his blatant lies "

In just a few words Dave has called KC a thug, vicious, mentally ill and a liar - really Gobbag, how can you possibly stand by and say nothing after your requests for polite behaviour?

As I said before - you are one of the more reasonable of the posters here but honestly you lose all credibility if you don't stand by your own words and condemn the comments made by David Samuels - and staying silent implies the same...

Surely you understand that?
"f thugs such as King Chaser tthwart any view you may have, it seems to me his thuggish attack on you means only one thing, which is that your truth has annoyed him, as it does to all bullies in the world.. That the nasty vicious KTC Walter Mitty types, have in my view, problems of mental health issues I think is justified by comments by, King Chaser, who with another of his blatant lies " In just a few words Dave has called KC a thug, vicious, mentally ill and a liar - really Gobbag, how can you possibly stand by and say nothing after your requests for polite behaviour? As I said before - you are one of the more reasonable of the posters here but honestly you lose all credibility if you don't stand by your own words and condemn the comments made by David Samuels - and staying silent implies the same... Surely you understand that? Little Green Man
  • Score: 0

8:33am Wed 26 Mar 14

Gobbag Vooar says...

The hate generating on these sites is a disgrace Green Man, a disgrace to Keighley,
As a person who originally came on these sites to get the other side of the story, after reading all the negative publicity about KTC, all that I have found is a catalogue of vile from those who have attempted to blame, and ridicule the people who have both objected to KTCs accounts, and further, demanded openness and transparency. What is remarkable here is that these people claim not to live in Keighley Parish.
Requests for an alternative view, with facts to support such have fallen on death ears from those who seem to support KTC, again insults, etc. seems to be the norm.
No Kingchasser, I pay precept to KTC, and I take it you do not, so I will not pipe down, more to the point will be looking for more answers, you bet !
The hate generating on these sites is a disgrace Green Man, a disgrace to Keighley, As a person who originally came on these sites to get the other side of the story, after reading all the negative publicity about KTC, all that I have found is a catalogue of vile from those who have attempted to blame, and ridicule the people who have both objected to KTCs accounts, and further, demanded openness and transparency. What is remarkable here is that these people claim not to live in Keighley Parish. Requests for an alternative view, with facts to support such have fallen on death ears from those who seem to support KTC, again insults, etc. seems to be the norm. No Kingchasser, I pay precept to KTC, and I take it you do not, so I will not pipe down, more to the point will be looking for more answers, you bet ! Gobbag Vooar
  • Score: 2

10:04am Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Gobbag Vooar wrote:
The hate generating on these sites is a disgrace Green Man, a disgrace to Keighley,
As a person who originally came on these sites to get the other side of the story, after reading all the negative publicity about KTC, all that I have found is a catalogue of vile from those who have attempted to blame, and ridicule the people who have both objected to KTCs accounts, and further, demanded openness and transparency. What is remarkable here is that these people claim not to live in Keighley Parish.
Requests for an alternative view, with facts to support such have fallen on death ears from those who seem to support KTC, again insults, etc. seems to be the norm.
No Kingchasser, I pay precept to KTC, and I take it you do not, so I will not pipe down, more to the point will be looking for more answers, you bet !
So no denouncement of Reverend Dave's bile, Gobbag??

Your credibility is at ground zero.

This isn't about KTC. It's about an old man who spews such vile words he should really be locked up.
[quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: The hate generating on these sites is a disgrace Green Man, a disgrace to Keighley, As a person who originally came on these sites to get the other side of the story, after reading all the negative publicity about KTC, all that I have found is a catalogue of vile from those who have attempted to blame, and ridicule the people who have both objected to KTCs accounts, and further, demanded openness and transparency. What is remarkable here is that these people claim not to live in Keighley Parish. Requests for an alternative view, with facts to support such have fallen on death ears from those who seem to support KTC, again insults, etc. seems to be the norm. No Kingchasser, I pay precept to KTC, and I take it you do not, so I will not pipe down, more to the point will be looking for more answers, you bet ![/p][/quote]So no denouncement of Reverend Dave's bile, Gobbag?? Your credibility is at ground zero. This isn't about KTC. It's about an old man who spews such vile words he should really be locked up. Kingchaser
  • Score: -3

10:14am Wed 26 Mar 14

Graham Forsyth says...

Some councillors are now starting to ask questions. I agree to some extent with the comment from David Samuels here regarding Cllrs Pedley and Rogan in that they both show capabilities that appear to be lacking within KTC. There are some good and well meaning councillors within KTC, but they need to come forward and make their voices heard. The fact the external auditors are investigating 54 issues of concern does raise a big question mark over how KTC has, and still is, being run. It needs those well meaning and capable councillors to now help bring about the change KTC needs, and to do this from the inside.
Some councillors are now starting to ask questions. I agree to some extent with the comment from David Samuels here regarding Cllrs Pedley and Rogan in that they both show capabilities that appear to be lacking within KTC. There are some good and well meaning councillors within KTC, but they need to come forward and make their voices heard. The fact the external auditors are investigating 54 issues of concern does raise a big question mark over how KTC has, and still is, being run. It needs those well meaning and capable councillors to now help bring about the change KTC needs, and to do this from the inside. Graham Forsyth
  • Score: 4

10:19am Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Gobbag Vooar wrote:
The hate generating on these sites is a disgrace Green Man, a disgrace to Keighley,
As a person who originally came on these sites to get the other side of the story, after reading all the negative publicity about KTC, all that I have found is a catalogue of vile from those who have attempted to blame, and ridicule the people who have both objected to KTCs accounts, and further, demanded openness and transparency. What is remarkable here is that these people claim not to live in Keighley Parish.
Requests for an alternative view, with facts to support such have fallen on death ears from those who seem to support KTC, again insults, etc. seems to be the norm.
No Kingchasser, I pay precept to KTC, and I take it you do not, so I will not pipe down, more to the point will be looking for more answers, you bet !
So you're happy to lose credibility then? Sorry but if you really are concerned about what is said here it is plain to see that the 'hate' here isn't just one sided (not that I hate anybody whatever you might think) You have failed to condemn what is plainly a hate filled post after having a dig at me and Kingchaser for far less. Not only that you go on to repeat your one sided biased opinion of what is, in your eyes, not an acceptable post. One of the reasons I enjoy stirring things up here (to stimulate debate of course) is because my opinion on anything is ALWAYS instantly dismissed - sometimes even when I agree with the general opinion!! Why should I bother to make sensible suggestions or comments? I am happy to have a reasonable and sensible debate, but that only works if all parties behave doesn't it? :)
[quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: The hate generating on these sites is a disgrace Green Man, a disgrace to Keighley, As a person who originally came on these sites to get the other side of the story, after reading all the negative publicity about KTC, all that I have found is a catalogue of vile from those who have attempted to blame, and ridicule the people who have both objected to KTCs accounts, and further, demanded openness and transparency. What is remarkable here is that these people claim not to live in Keighley Parish. Requests for an alternative view, with facts to support such have fallen on death ears from those who seem to support KTC, again insults, etc. seems to be the norm. No Kingchasser, I pay precept to KTC, and I take it you do not, so I will not pipe down, more to the point will be looking for more answers, you bet ![/p][/quote]So you're happy to lose credibility then? Sorry but if you really are concerned about what is said here it is plain to see that the 'hate' here isn't just one sided (not that I hate anybody whatever you might think) You have failed to condemn what is plainly a hate filled post after having a dig at me and Kingchaser for far less. Not only that you go on to repeat your one sided biased opinion of what is, in your eyes, not an acceptable post. One of the reasons I enjoy stirring things up here (to stimulate debate of course) is because my opinion on anything is ALWAYS instantly dismissed - sometimes even when I agree with the general opinion!! Why should I bother to make sensible suggestions or comments? I am happy to have a reasonable and sensible debate, but that only works if all parties behave doesn't it? :) Little Green Man
  • Score: -1

10:40am Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

samuels david wrote:
Gobbag, don’t allow the bullying tactics of thugs such as King Chaser tthwart any view you may have, it seems to me his thuggish attack on you means only one thing, which is that your truth has annoyed him, as it does to all bullies in the world.. That the nasty vicious KTC Walter Mitty types, have in my view, problems of mental health issues I think is justified by comments by, King Chaser, who with another of his blatant lies has asserted I have stated Keighley Town Council are Nazi's. His critiques of all others who refuse to bow down to his own interpretation of what is right is typical of KTC. I believe the Walter Mitty character, King Chaser, and the ‘doppelgangers’ in his mind, deliberately chooses to totally ignore facts and figures’, or even debate the issues of transparency, as it is, I believe a concept unknown to him and his friends within KTC. Keighley Town Council is I believe, most certainly at fault in many of the fifty-four cases before the Audit Commission, one way or another, minor or major! As such I’m suspicious and astounded, that when basic financial analysis suggest KTC has not followed correct procedures, or indeed, still insist on following its policy of denying full and open transparency, as demanded in a free society, such as abolishing the sham of committees, committees its hierarchy controls, insults are delivered by the storm troopers of KTC . One has come to expect lies and gross insults to be directed at those members of the public, who simply require explanations, without KT council ‘bull’, but bringing ‘Nazi’s’ into your argument King Chaser is a typical KTC ploy! However, leaving your insults to one side, and trying to get to get back to the nitty gritty of the KC reality, may I suggest Graham Mitchell stands down as a prospective Mayor of Keighley and leave it to somebody who was never involved in creating the situation this town now finds itself involved in, for whatever reason. Graham Mitchell had his shot once before at being Mayor, and I’m of the opinion he lead Keighley into a situation that now involves the British Parliament etc, and I believe could create more unnecessary tensions within the town. All of us, of whatever race, religion or political dogma we espouse, I believe, simply require the truth of the facts and figures provided the Council for inspection to the Audit Commission. I have watched and listened to Cllr Pedley in and out of Keighley Town Hall, and he seems to have a grasp of what is needed to solve the transparency problems of KTC and possibly able to bring back some semblance of democracy. Cllr Rogan also seems an able candidate for the job, but for heaven’s sake, not a candidate who I and members of the public have no faith in, and especially when he was reported to have stated that some members of the public were ‘swivel-eyed-loons ’.
Keep going Dave, keep going!

All your posts serve to do is humiliate yourself and demonstrate the vinegar your blood has become.

Your credibility is at the same level as Gobbag's. Could you be one and the same? Vinegar on those curry and chips twice?
[quote][p][bold]samuels david[/bold] wrote: Gobbag, don’t allow the bullying tactics of thugs such as King Chaser tthwart any view you may have, it seems to me his thuggish attack on you means only one thing, which is that your truth has annoyed him, as it does to all bullies in the world.. That the nasty vicious KTC Walter Mitty types, have in my view, problems of mental health issues I think is justified by comments by, King Chaser, who with another of his blatant lies has asserted I have stated Keighley Town Council are Nazi's. His critiques of all others who refuse to bow down to his own interpretation of what is right is typical of KTC. I believe the Walter Mitty character, King Chaser, and the ‘doppelgangers’ in his mind, deliberately chooses to totally ignore facts and figures’, or even debate the issues of transparency, as it is, I believe a concept unknown to him and his friends within KTC. Keighley Town Council is I believe, most certainly at fault in many of the fifty-four cases before the Audit Commission, one way or another, minor or major! As such I’m suspicious and astounded, that when basic financial analysis suggest KTC has not followed correct procedures, or indeed, still insist on following its policy of denying full and open transparency, as demanded in a free society, such as abolishing the sham of committees, committees its hierarchy controls, insults are delivered by the storm troopers of KTC . One has come to expect lies and gross insults to be directed at those members of the public, who simply require explanations, without KT council ‘bull’, but bringing ‘Nazi’s’ into your argument King Chaser is a typical KTC ploy! However, leaving your insults to one side, and trying to get to get back to the nitty gritty of the KC reality, may I suggest Graham Mitchell stands down as a prospective Mayor of Keighley and leave it to somebody who was never involved in creating the situation this town now finds itself involved in, for whatever reason. Graham Mitchell had his shot once before at being Mayor, and I’m of the opinion he lead Keighley into a situation that now involves the British Parliament etc, and I believe could create more unnecessary tensions within the town. All of us, of whatever race, religion or political dogma we espouse, I believe, simply require the truth of the facts and figures provided the Council for inspection to the Audit Commission. I have watched and listened to Cllr Pedley in and out of Keighley Town Hall, and he seems to have a grasp of what is needed to solve the transparency problems of KTC and possibly able to bring back some semblance of democracy. Cllr Rogan also seems an able candidate for the job, but for heaven’s sake, not a candidate who I and members of the public have no faith in, and especially when he was reported to have stated that some members of the public were ‘swivel-eyed-loons ’.[/p][/quote]Keep going Dave, keep going! All your posts serve to do is humiliate yourself and demonstrate the vinegar your blood has become. Your credibility is at the same level as Gobbag's. Could you be one and the same? Vinegar on those curry and chips twice? Kingchaser
  • Score: 0

10:41am Wed 26 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

legsman writes-
" It's bordering on stalking and may even be actionable in court. I'm no supporter of the council but I hope one of them does take him to court over his behaviour."

More hope from the Hope and Pray committee.
I look forward to presenting my evidence, Research isn't stalking legsman, surely you know that?
Not surprising which research got you all fired up legsman. read any good books lately?
legsman writes- " It's bordering on stalking and may even be actionable in court. I'm no supporter of the council but I hope one of them does take him to court over his behaviour." More hope from the Hope and Pray committee. I look forward to presenting my evidence, Research isn't stalking legsman, surely you know that? Not surprising which research got you all fired up legsman. read any good books lately? Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 0

10:47am Wed 26 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Oh dear. It seems credibility is the word of the day for some on this thread.
Swinging and missing as usual.
I think we all know who really lacks credibility and this thread has highlighted it.
The illustrious Keighley Town council has once again shown what little power or effect it actually has on anything around the Town.
They can't even manage to organise the Bus Station toilets to stay open on perhaps the busiest day Keighley will have seen in a long time.
All this for only 800 grand a year.
KTc credibility = less than zero.
Oh dear. It seems credibility is the word of the day for some on this thread. Swinging and missing as usual. I think we all know who really lacks credibility and this thread has highlighted it. The illustrious Keighley Town council has once again shown what little power or effect it actually has on anything around the Town. They can't even manage to organise the Bus Station toilets to stay open on perhaps the busiest day Keighley will have seen in a long time. All this for only 800 grand a year. KTc credibility = less than zero. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 1

10:57am Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Oh dear. It seems credibility is the word of the day for some on this thread.
Swinging and missing as usual.
I think we all know who really lacks credibility and this thread has highlighted it.
The illustrious Keighley Town council has once again shown what little power or effect it actually has on anything around the Town.
They can't even manage to organise the Bus Station toilets to stay open on perhaps the busiest day Keighley will have seen in a long time.
All this for only 800 grand a year.
KTc credibility = less than zero.
but still more than yours!
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. It seems credibility is the word of the day for some on this thread. Swinging and missing as usual. I think we all know who really lacks credibility and this thread has highlighted it. The illustrious Keighley Town council has once again shown what little power or effect it actually has on anything around the Town. They can't even manage to organise the Bus Station toilets to stay open on perhaps the busiest day Keighley will have seen in a long time. All this for only 800 grand a year. KTc credibility = less than zero.[/p][/quote]but still more than yours! Little Green Man
  • Score: -4

11:03am Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Oh dear. It seems credibility is the word of the day for some on this thread. Swinging and missing as usual. I think we all know who really lacks credibility and this thread has highlighted it. The illustrious Keighley Town council has once again shown what little power or effect it actually has on anything around the Town. They can't even manage to organise the Bus Station toilets to stay open on perhaps the busiest day Keighley will have seen in a long time. All this for only 800 grand a year. KTc credibility = less than zero.
So....back to the topic.

I'm a big believer in the free-market, Simon. If there were demands for lots of hard-standing for stalls and what-not then I'm sure Metro would be first to be offering up plots and arranging for toilets etc on a commercial basis. Maybe KTC have realised that there may not be as big a demand for toilets as they originally expected. Especially in the bus-station. I see that the two hubs are now announced as Vic Park and Haworth Central Park. So probably no demand for toilets at all in the bus-station.

Which might lead to the question of why Mr Mitchell is getting so worked up, I guess?

Personally, and I have no evidence to support this admittedly, I don't see hordes descending on Haworth or Keighley despite these 'hubs'. Most people will, if interested, find a nice roadside spot on the route (there's miles and miles of it) and plant their deckchairs and have a picnic whilst waiting for the bikes to pass by.

It would be interesting to see what demand Haworth and Keighley have for pitches for stalls in their parks.

I honestly can't see why anyone would want to be wandering around Haworth Park when the bikes are going up Main Street anyhow.....

Bit of a rambling post this one.....apologies.
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Oh dear. It seems credibility is the word of the day for some on this thread. Swinging and missing as usual. I think we all know who really lacks credibility and this thread has highlighted it. The illustrious Keighley Town council has once again shown what little power or effect it actually has on anything around the Town. They can't even manage to organise the Bus Station toilets to stay open on perhaps the busiest day Keighley will have seen in a long time. All this for only 800 grand a year. KTc credibility = less than zero.[/p][/quote]So....back to the topic. I'm a big believer in the free-market, Simon. If there were demands for lots of hard-standing for stalls and what-not then I'm sure Metro would be first to be offering up plots and arranging for toilets etc on a commercial basis. Maybe KTC have realised that there may not be as big a demand for toilets as they originally expected. Especially in the bus-station. I see that the two hubs are now announced as Vic Park and Haworth Central Park. So probably no demand for toilets at all in the bus-station. Which might lead to the question of why Mr Mitchell is getting so worked up, I guess? Personally, and I have no evidence to support this admittedly, I don't see hordes descending on Haworth or Keighley despite these 'hubs'. Most people will, if interested, find a nice roadside spot on the route (there's miles and miles of it) and plant their deckchairs and have a picnic whilst waiting for the bikes to pass by. It would be interesting to see what demand Haworth and Keighley have for pitches for stalls in their parks. I honestly can't see why anyone would want to be wandering around Haworth Park when the bikes are going up Main Street anyhow..... Bit of a rambling post this one.....apologies. Kingchaser
  • Score: 0

11:11am Wed 26 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Victoria Park, in Keighley, and Central Park at Haworth – plus Riverside Gardens, Ilkley – will all be official spectator hubs for the July 5 and 6 weekend.

The Victoria Park site, which can hold around 4,500 people, will be organised for July 5 and 6. As well as the big screen, it will feature a funfair and disabled facilities and toilets.

Kingchaser says-
"Which might lead to the question of why Mr Mitchell is getting so worked up, I guess?"


All worked up KC? Perhaps you don't know me as well as I thought you did.
More the kind of question I would expect from the likes of LGM.

No matter. We live and learn.
Victoria Park, in Keighley, and Central Park at Haworth – plus Riverside Gardens, Ilkley – will all be official spectator hubs for the July 5 and 6 weekend. The Victoria Park site, which can hold around 4,500 people, will be organised for July 5 and 6. As well as the big screen, it will feature a funfair and disabled facilities and toilets. Kingchaser says- "Which might lead to the question of why Mr Mitchell is getting so worked up, I guess?" All worked up KC? Perhaps you don't know me as well as I thought you did. More the kind of question I would expect from the likes of LGM. No matter. We live and learn. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 0

11:15am Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Victoria Park, in Keighley, and Central Park at Haworth – plus Riverside Gardens, Ilkley – will all be official spectator hubs for the July 5 and 6 weekend. The Victoria Park site, which can hold around 4,500 people, will be organised for July 5 and 6. As well as the big screen, it will feature a funfair and disabled facilities and toilets. Kingchaser says- "Which might lead to the question of why Mr Mitchell is getting so worked up, I guess?" All worked up KC? Perhaps you don't know me as well as I thought you did. More the kind of question I would expect from the likes of LGM. No matter. We live and learn.
I meant the bus museum Mr Mitchell actually.
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Victoria Park, in Keighley, and Central Park at Haworth – plus Riverside Gardens, Ilkley – will all be official spectator hubs for the July 5 and 6 weekend. The Victoria Park site, which can hold around 4,500 people, will be organised for July 5 and 6. As well as the big screen, it will feature a funfair and disabled facilities and toilets. Kingchaser says- "Which might lead to the question of why Mr Mitchell is getting so worked up, I guess?" All worked up KC? Perhaps you don't know me as well as I thought you did. More the kind of question I would expect from the likes of LGM. No matter. We live and learn.[/p][/quote]I meant the bus museum Mr Mitchell actually. Kingchaser
  • Score: -1

11:20am Wed 26 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Victoria Park, in Keighley, and Central Park at Haworth – plus Riverside Gardens, Ilkley – will all be official spectator hubs for the July 5 and 6 weekend. The Victoria Park site, which can hold around 4,500 people, will be organised for July 5 and 6. As well as the big screen, it will feature a funfair and disabled facilities and toilets. Kingchaser says- "Which might lead to the question of why Mr Mitchell is getting so worked up, I guess?" All worked up KC? Perhaps you don't know me as well as I thought you did. More the kind of question I would expect from the likes of LGM. No matter. We live and learn.
I meant the bus museum Mr Mitchell actually.
My apologies Kingchaser.
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Victoria Park, in Keighley, and Central Park at Haworth – plus Riverside Gardens, Ilkley – will all be official spectator hubs for the July 5 and 6 weekend. The Victoria Park site, which can hold around 4,500 people, will be organised for July 5 and 6. As well as the big screen, it will feature a funfair and disabled facilities and toilets. Kingchaser says- "Which might lead to the question of why Mr Mitchell is getting so worked up, I guess?" All worked up KC? Perhaps you don't know me as well as I thought you did. More the kind of question I would expect from the likes of LGM. No matter. We live and learn.[/p][/quote]I meant the bus museum Mr Mitchell actually.[/p][/quote]My apologies Kingchaser. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 0

11:29am Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Apology accepted.

The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by.

Likely answers at the moment:

Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury.
Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle.
Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better.
Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer).

I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station! Kingchaser
  • Score: 0

11:41am Wed 26 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Apology accepted.

The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by.

Likely answers at the moment:

Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury.
Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle.
Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better.
Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer).

I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
I have to ask..... do you think it will rain?
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]I have to ask..... do you think it will rain? Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 1

11:48am Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Kingchaser wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
I have to ask..... do you think it will rain?
I would hope not. Although it could add to the excitement for those watching the cyclists negotiate the notorious Haworth cobbles.
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]I have to ask..... do you think it will rain?[/p][/quote]I would hope not. Although it could add to the excitement for those watching the cyclists negotiate the notorious Haworth cobbles. Kingchaser
  • Score: 0

12:20pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Gobbag Vooar says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote:
The hate generating on these sites is a disgrace Green Man, a disgrace to Keighley,
As a person who originally came on these sites to get the other side of the story, after reading all the negative publicity about KTC, all that I have found is a catalogue of vile from those who have attempted to blame, and ridicule the people who have both objected to KTCs accounts, and further, demanded openness and transparency. What is remarkable here is that these people claim not to live in Keighley Parish.
Requests for an alternative view, with facts to support such have fallen on death ears from those who seem to support KTC, again insults, etc. seems to be the norm.
No Kingchasser, I pay precept to KTC, and I take it you do not, so I will not pipe down, more to the point will be looking for more answers, you bet !
So no denouncement of Reverend Dave's bile, Gobbag??

Your credibility is at ground zero.

This isn't about KTC. It's about an old man who spews such vile words he should really be locked up.
I believe that Mr Samuels is a gentleman in his 80s, who you and others, bait, ridicule, make fun, wind up till he retaliates. Just youths that I have often seen annoying older people so that they get stressed, and when they lash out, that's the funny bit eh ?
I have repeatedly seen you all do this, and frankly it's sad.

No good sirs, my credibility is in tact, your last posting is a clear demonstration of such.
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: The hate generating on these sites is a disgrace Green Man, a disgrace to Keighley, As a person who originally came on these sites to get the other side of the story, after reading all the negative publicity about KTC, all that I have found is a catalogue of vile from those who have attempted to blame, and ridicule the people who have both objected to KTCs accounts, and further, demanded openness and transparency. What is remarkable here is that these people claim not to live in Keighley Parish. Requests for an alternative view, with facts to support such have fallen on death ears from those who seem to support KTC, again insults, etc. seems to be the norm. No Kingchasser, I pay precept to KTC, and I take it you do not, so I will not pipe down, more to the point will be looking for more answers, you bet ![/p][/quote]So no denouncement of Reverend Dave's bile, Gobbag?? Your credibility is at ground zero. This isn't about KTC. It's about an old man who spews such vile words he should really be locked up.[/p][/quote]I believe that Mr Samuels is a gentleman in his 80s, who you and others, bait, ridicule, make fun, wind up till he retaliates. Just youths that I have often seen annoying older people so that they get stressed, and when they lash out, that's the funny bit eh ? I have repeatedly seen you all do this, and frankly it's sad. No good sirs, my credibility is in tact, your last posting is a clear demonstration of such. Gobbag Vooar
  • Score: 3

12:33pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Apology accepted.

The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by.

Likely answers at the moment:

Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury.
Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle.
Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better.
Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer).

I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Pie with HP sauce - good man!
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]Pie with HP sauce - good man! Little Green Man
  • Score: -1

12:34pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Apology accepted.

The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by.

Likely answers at the moment:

Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury.
Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle.
Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better.
Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer).

I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Pie with HP sauce - good man!
I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine!
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]Pie with HP sauce - good man![/p][/quote]I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine! MarkPullen
  • Score: -3

12:42pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Apology accepted.

The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by.

Likely answers at the moment:

Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury.
Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle.
Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better.
Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer).

I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Pie with HP sauce - good man!
I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine!
No ketchup munchers allowed sorry :P
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]Pie with HP sauce - good man![/p][/quote]I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine![/p][/quote]No ketchup munchers allowed sorry :P Little Green Man
  • Score: -1

12:44pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

Little Green Man wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Apology accepted.

The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by.

Likely answers at the moment:

Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury.
Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle.
Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better.
Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer).

I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Pie with HP sauce - good man!
I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine!
No ketchup munchers allowed sorry :P
Then I'll stick to watching the bikes from outside the Bronte Hotel then!
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]Pie with HP sauce - good man![/p][/quote]I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine![/p][/quote]No ketchup munchers allowed sorry :P[/p][/quote]Then I'll stick to watching the bikes from outside the Bronte Hotel then! MarkPullen
  • Score: -3

12:48pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Gobbag Vooar wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Gobbag Vooar wrote: The hate generating on these sites is a disgrace Green Man, a disgrace to Keighley, As a person who originally came on these sites to get the other side of the story, after reading all the negative publicity about KTC, all that I have found is a catalogue of vile from those who have attempted to blame, and ridicule the people who have both objected to KTCs accounts, and further, demanded openness and transparency. What is remarkable here is that these people claim not to live in Keighley Parish. Requests for an alternative view, with facts to support such have fallen on death ears from those who seem to support KTC, again insults, etc. seems to be the norm. No Kingchasser, I pay precept to KTC, and I take it you do not, so I will not pipe down, more to the point will be looking for more answers, you bet !
So no denouncement of Reverend Dave's bile, Gobbag?? Your credibility is at ground zero. This isn't about KTC. It's about an old man who spews such vile words he should really be locked up.
I believe that Mr Samuels is a gentleman in his 80s, who you and others, bait, ridicule, make fun, wind up till he retaliates. Just youths that I have often seen annoying older people so that they get stressed, and when they lash out, that's the funny bit eh ? I have repeatedly seen you all do this, and frankly it's sad. No good sirs, my credibility is in tact, your last posting is a clear demonstration of such.
Did somebody say something? Ah, probably. But then he has no credibility so I won't bother reading it.
[quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gobbag Vooar[/bold] wrote: The hate generating on these sites is a disgrace Green Man, a disgrace to Keighley, As a person who originally came on these sites to get the other side of the story, after reading all the negative publicity about KTC, all that I have found is a catalogue of vile from those who have attempted to blame, and ridicule the people who have both objected to KTCs accounts, and further, demanded openness and transparency. What is remarkable here is that these people claim not to live in Keighley Parish. Requests for an alternative view, with facts to support such have fallen on death ears from those who seem to support KTC, again insults, etc. seems to be the norm. No Kingchasser, I pay precept to KTC, and I take it you do not, so I will not pipe down, more to the point will be looking for more answers, you bet ![/p][/quote]So no denouncement of Reverend Dave's bile, Gobbag?? Your credibility is at ground zero. This isn't about KTC. It's about an old man who spews such vile words he should really be locked up.[/p][/quote]I believe that Mr Samuels is a gentleman in his 80s, who you and others, bait, ridicule, make fun, wind up till he retaliates. Just youths that I have often seen annoying older people so that they get stressed, and when they lash out, that's the funny bit eh ? I have repeatedly seen you all do this, and frankly it's sad. No good sirs, my credibility is in tact, your last posting is a clear demonstration of such.[/p][/quote]Did somebody say something? Ah, probably. But then he has no credibility so I won't bother reading it. Kingchaser
  • Score: -4

12:50pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Pie with HP sauce - good man!
I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine!
Of course!!

Is brown ketchup out of a bottle with a picture of the Houses Of Parliament on it ok?
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]Pie with HP sauce - good man![/p][/quote]I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine![/p][/quote]Of course!! Is brown ketchup out of a bottle with a picture of the Houses Of Parliament on it ok? Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

12:54pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

Kingchaser wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Pie with HP sauce - good man!
I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine!
Of course!!

Is brown ketchup out of a bottle with a picture of the Houses Of Parliament on it ok?
Now you're being pedantic and trying to make me angry so that I'll launch into an uncontrollable rant that will be then cut and pasted over every story on this website that allows comments! ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]Pie with HP sauce - good man![/p][/quote]I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine![/p][/quote]Of course!! Is brown ketchup out of a bottle with a picture of the Houses Of Parliament on it ok?[/p][/quote]Now you're being pedantic and trying to make me angry so that I'll launch into an uncontrollable rant that will be then cut and pasted over every story on this website that allows comments! ;-) MarkPullen
  • Score: -2

12:59pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Pie with HP sauce - good man!
I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine!
No ketchup munchers allowed sorry :P
Then I'll stick to watching the bikes from outside the Bronte Hotel then!
Mark,

Please do not react to LGM. In your quest for Ketchup truth the research that you are doing will, I believe, result in the HP Nazis being swept away in the detritus that is their lives. I believe that their fixation with HP demonstrates their lying nature and thuggishness and that their tastes have not developed one iota since the creation of life.

I'm suspicious and astounded that they are allowed to stomp their jackboots all over the plain Ketchup truth abd obviously the local police are in league with them. As an old-age pensioner I have fought them on the HP beaches and I will never surrender. The HP lovers are obviously of lower mental faculties and my learned friend (insert Doctor, Psychiatrist, Forensic Police Officer, Religious Minister as you see fit) concurs with my analysis that anyone loving HP is suffering from some form of mental illness.

Fight the good fight, Mark. The truth will out! HP is the spawn of the devil!!

Hold on! But I like HP and Ketchup! No matter! Fight the good fight!
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]Pie with HP sauce - good man![/p][/quote]I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine![/p][/quote]No ketchup munchers allowed sorry :P[/p][/quote]Then I'll stick to watching the bikes from outside the Bronte Hotel then![/p][/quote]Mark, Please do not react to LGM. In your quest for Ketchup truth the research that you are doing will, I believe, result in the HP Nazis being swept away in the detritus that is their lives. I believe that their fixation with HP demonstrates their lying nature and thuggishness and that their tastes have not developed one iota since the creation of life. I'm suspicious and astounded that they are allowed to stomp their jackboots all over the plain Ketchup truth abd obviously the local police are in league with them. As an old-age pensioner I have fought them on the HP beaches and I will never surrender. The HP lovers are obviously of lower mental faculties and my learned friend (insert Doctor, Psychiatrist, Forensic Police Officer, Religious Minister as you see fit) concurs with my analysis that anyone loving HP is suffering from some form of mental illness. Fight the good fight, Mark. The truth will out! HP is the spawn of the devil!! Hold on! But I like HP and Ketchup! No matter! Fight the good fight! Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

1:02pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

MarkPullen wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Pie with HP sauce - good man!
I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine!
Of course!! Is brown ketchup out of a bottle with a picture of the Houses Of Parliament on it ok?
Now you're being pedantic and trying to make me angry so that I'll launch into an uncontrollable rant that will be then cut and pasted over every story on this website that allows comments! ;-)
There are already 54 objections to this post. 22 of a legal nature.

Tick Tock!
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]Pie with HP sauce - good man![/p][/quote]I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine![/p][/quote]Of course!! Is brown ketchup out of a bottle with a picture of the Houses Of Parliament on it ok?[/p][/quote]Now you're being pedantic and trying to make me angry so that I'll launch into an uncontrollable rant that will be then cut and pasted over every story on this website that allows comments! ;-)[/p][/quote]There are already 54 objections to this post. 22 of a legal nature. Tick Tock! Kingchaser
  • Score: -3

1:10pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Kingchaser wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Pie with HP sauce - good man!
I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine!
Of course!! Is brown ketchup out of a bottle with a picture of the Houses Of Parliament on it ok?
Now you're being pedantic and trying to make me angry so that I'll launch into an uncontrollable rant that will be then cut and pasted over every story on this website that allows comments! ;-)
There are already 54 objections to this post. 22 of a legal nature. Tick Tock!
Esteemed auditors (from a big town down south called, London, I think) have been engaged to investigate the HP fixation of certain individuals around Keighley. There have been 54 objections, 22 of a legal nature and the auditors (very esteemed and from down south) will be investigating the complaints (54, 22 of a legal nature) and the esteemed auditors from down south way are very, very concerned.

Tick Tock

Pious Eatus No HPus!
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]Pie with HP sauce - good man![/p][/quote]I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine![/p][/quote]Of course!! Is brown ketchup out of a bottle with a picture of the Houses Of Parliament on it ok?[/p][/quote]Now you're being pedantic and trying to make me angry so that I'll launch into an uncontrollable rant that will be then cut and pasted over every story on this website that allows comments! ;-)[/p][/quote]There are already 54 objections to this post. 22 of a legal nature. Tick Tock![/p][/quote]Esteemed auditors (from a big town down south called, London, I think) have been engaged to investigate the HP fixation of certain individuals around Keighley. There have been 54 objections, 22 of a legal nature and the auditors (very esteemed and from down south) will be investigating the complaints (54, 22 of a legal nature) and the esteemed auditors from down south way are very, very concerned. Tick Tock Pious Eatus No HPus! Kingchaser
  • Score: -3

1:12pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Kingchaser wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Pie with HP sauce - good man!
I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine!
No ketchup munchers allowed sorry :P
Then I'll stick to watching the bikes from outside the Bronte Hotel then!
Mark,

Please do not react to LGM. In your quest for Ketchup truth the research that you are doing will, I believe, result in the HP Nazis being swept away in the detritus that is their lives. I believe that their fixation with HP demonstrates their lying nature and thuggishness and that their tastes have not developed one iota since the creation of life.

I'm suspicious and astounded that they are allowed to stomp their jackboots all over the plain Ketchup truth abd obviously the local police are in league with them. As an old-age pensioner I have fought them on the HP beaches and I will never surrender. The HP lovers are obviously of lower mental faculties and my learned friend (insert Doctor, Psychiatrist, Forensic Police Officer, Religious Minister as you see fit) concurs with my analysis that anyone loving HP is suffering from some form of mental illness.

Fight the good fight, Mark. The truth will out! HP is the spawn of the devil!!

Hold on! But I like HP and Ketchup! No matter! Fight the good fight!
I really thought this was Dave for a second :P
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]Pie with HP sauce - good man![/p][/quote]I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine![/p][/quote]No ketchup munchers allowed sorry :P[/p][/quote]Then I'll stick to watching the bikes from outside the Bronte Hotel then![/p][/quote]Mark, Please do not react to LGM. In your quest for Ketchup truth the research that you are doing will, I believe, result in the HP Nazis being swept away in the detritus that is their lives. I believe that their fixation with HP demonstrates their lying nature and thuggishness and that their tastes have not developed one iota since the creation of life. I'm suspicious and astounded that they are allowed to stomp their jackboots all over the plain Ketchup truth abd obviously the local police are in league with them. As an old-age pensioner I have fought them on the HP beaches and I will never surrender. The HP lovers are obviously of lower mental faculties and my learned friend (insert Doctor, Psychiatrist, Forensic Police Officer, Religious Minister as you see fit) concurs with my analysis that anyone loving HP is suffering from some form of mental illness. Fight the good fight, Mark. The truth will out! HP is the spawn of the devil!! Hold on! But I like HP and Ketchup! No matter! Fight the good fight![/p][/quote]I really thought this was Dave for a second :P Little Green Man
  • Score: -1

1:15pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Well done Gobbag. Your credibility remains intact.
Those who never had any in the first place continue in their misguided attempts at bringing you down to their level rather than achieve that which is unattainable to them.

I hope Mr Samuels sleeps well tonight in the knowledge that imitation is the finest form of flattery and sarcasm is the lowest form of wit.

Surely by know you must all realise that whether it is HP or Red sauce you use, it is only to disguise the true taste of the meal you are eating.
Some people don't have the stomach for the real thing.
Well done Gobbag. Your credibility remains intact. Those who never had any in the first place continue in their misguided attempts at bringing you down to their level rather than achieve that which is unattainable to them. I hope Mr Samuels sleeps well tonight in the knowledge that imitation is the finest form of flattery and sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. Surely by know you must all realise that whether it is HP or Red sauce you use, it is only to disguise the true taste of the meal you are eating. Some people don't have the stomach for the real thing. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: 0

1:17pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

Kingchaser wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station!
Pie with HP sauce - good man!
I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine!
Of course!! Is brown ketchup out of a bottle with a picture of the Houses Of Parliament on it ok?
Now you're being pedantic and trying to make me angry so that I'll launch into an uncontrollable rant that will be then cut and pasted over every story on this website that allows comments! ;-)
There are already 54 objections to this post. 22 of a legal nature.

Tick Tock!
But there are 57 varieties!
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Apology accepted. The major questions for me about that particular weekend is which part of the route do we walk to, how will I keep my beer cold. What should I have in the sandwiches. And which pub will I go to after they've passed by. Likely answers at the moment: Somewhere on the outskirts of Haworth - probably towards Stanbury. Have to make lots of ice in the freezer and find some suitable watertight receptacle. Maybe a nice big Gala pie with HP would be better. Possibly The Friendly at Stanbury. (Big telly, not likely to be too busy and good beer). I certainly won't be at the bus-station![/p][/quote]Pie with HP sauce - good man![/p][/quote]I'd join you if I could have ketchup with mine![/p][/quote]Of course!! Is brown ketchup out of a bottle with a picture of the Houses Of Parliament on it ok?[/p][/quote]Now you're being pedantic and trying to make me angry so that I'll launch into an uncontrollable rant that will be then cut and pasted over every story on this website that allows comments! ;-)[/p][/quote]There are already 54 objections to this post. 22 of a legal nature. Tick Tock![/p][/quote]But there are 57 varieties! MarkPullen
  • Score: -3

1:20pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Well done Gobbag. Your credibility remains intact. Those who never had any in the first place continue in their misguided attempts at bringing you down to their level rather than achieve that which is unattainable to them. I hope Mr Samuels sleeps well tonight in the knowledge that imitation is the finest form of flattery and sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. Surely by know you must all realise that whether it is HP or Red sauce you use, it is only to disguise the true taste of the meal you are eating. Some people don't have the stomach for the real thing.
I'm only having a bit of fun Simon. Don't take it personally.

Actually, HP and Ketchup enhance the flavours of some foods, in my opinion. But individual taste is exactly that, individual. I certainly have a stomach (rather a little too big at the moment) for most real food. (And real ale!)
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Well done Gobbag. Your credibility remains intact. Those who never had any in the first place continue in their misguided attempts at bringing you down to their level rather than achieve that which is unattainable to them. I hope Mr Samuels sleeps well tonight in the knowledge that imitation is the finest form of flattery and sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. Surely by know you must all realise that whether it is HP or Red sauce you use, it is only to disguise the true taste of the meal you are eating. Some people don't have the stomach for the real thing.[/p][/quote]I'm only having a bit of fun Simon. Don't take it personally. Actually, HP and Ketchup enhance the flavours of some foods, in my opinion. But individual taste is exactly that, individual. I certainly have a stomach (rather a little too big at the moment) for most real food. (And real ale!) Kingchaser
  • Score: -1

1:23pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Well done Gobbag. Your credibility remains intact. Those who never had any in the first place continue in their misguided attempts at bringing you down to their level rather than achieve that which is unattainable to them. I hope Mr Samuels sleeps well tonight in the knowledge that imitation is the finest form of flattery and sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. Surely by know you must all realise that whether it is HP or Red sauce you use, it is only to disguise the true taste of the meal you are eating. Some people don't have the stomach for the real thing.
I'm only having a bit of fun Simon. Don't take it personally.

Actually, HP and Ketchup enhance the flavours of some foods, in my opinion. But individual taste is exactly that, individual. I certainly have a stomach (rather a little too big at the moment) for most real food. (And real ale!)
I never take anything here personally kc, it certainly would take the fun out of it.
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Well done Gobbag. Your credibility remains intact. Those who never had any in the first place continue in their misguided attempts at bringing you down to their level rather than achieve that which is unattainable to them. I hope Mr Samuels sleeps well tonight in the knowledge that imitation is the finest form of flattery and sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. Surely by know you must all realise that whether it is HP or Red sauce you use, it is only to disguise the true taste of the meal you are eating. Some people don't have the stomach for the real thing.[/p][/quote]I'm only having a bit of fun Simon. Don't take it personally. Actually, HP and Ketchup enhance the flavours of some foods, in my opinion. But individual taste is exactly that, individual. I certainly have a stomach (rather a little too big at the moment) for most real food. (And real ale!)[/p][/quote]I never take anything here personally kc, it certainly would take the fun out of it. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: -1

1:24pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Always a 708 Skinhead wrote: Well done Gobbag. Your credibility remains intact. Those who never had any in the first place continue in their misguided attempts at bringing you down to their level rather than achieve that which is unattainable to them. I hope Mr Samuels sleeps well tonight in the knowledge that imitation is the finest form of flattery and sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. Surely by know you must all realise that whether it is HP or Red sauce you use, it is only to disguise the true taste of the meal you are eating. Some people don't have the stomach for the real thing.
I'm only having a bit of fun Simon. Don't take it personally. Actually, HP and Ketchup enhance the flavours of some foods, in my opinion. But individual taste is exactly that, individual. I certainly have a stomach (rather a little too big at the moment) for most real food. (And real ale!)
I never take anything here personally kc, it certainly would take the fun out of it.
Good. A bit of parody never did anyone any harm.
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: Well done Gobbag. Your credibility remains intact. Those who never had any in the first place continue in their misguided attempts at bringing you down to their level rather than achieve that which is unattainable to them. I hope Mr Samuels sleeps well tonight in the knowledge that imitation is the finest form of flattery and sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. Surely by know you must all realise that whether it is HP or Red sauce you use, it is only to disguise the true taste of the meal you are eating. Some people don't have the stomach for the real thing.[/p][/quote]I'm only having a bit of fun Simon. Don't take it personally. Actually, HP and Ketchup enhance the flavours of some foods, in my opinion. But individual taste is exactly that, individual. I certainly have a stomach (rather a little too big at the moment) for most real food. (And real ale!)[/p][/quote]I never take anything here personally kc, it certainly would take the fun out of it.[/p][/quote]Good. A bit of parody never did anyone any harm. Kingchaser
  • Score: 0

1:30pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

At times these pages are more fun than playing with my Tamagotchi pet.
At times these pages are more fun than playing with my Tamagotchi pet. MarkPullen
  • Score: -3

1:34pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

MarkPullen wrote:
At times these pages are more fun than playing with my Tamagotchi pet.
You have a Thai bride??
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: At times these pages are more fun than playing with my Tamagotchi pet.[/p][/quote]You have a Thai bride?? Kingchaser
  • Score: 0

2:11pm Wed 26 Mar 14

samuels david says...

‘Always a 708 Skinhead’: My astonishment at the offensiveness and dishonest rhetoric which emanates from the Walter Mitty types, such as King Chaser etc is tempered by the knowledge of who he is.

It is now publically accepted his tantrums are a part of his childish lifestyle, and consequently, his style of self-important pomposity can’t be helped until he grows up.

I often wonder if at any time if these immature people reread the insults and lies they state.
When attacking, women, old people, such as myself, (whom King Chaser believes should be locked up, because of my defence regarding his latest lies about me.) does it give them a psychological boost, as it does to the drug user? Probably it does!

If these immure people had the ability to think. even slightly rationally, it would make a make a difference when debating facts and figures as issued by KTC.

Gobbag Vooar, I assure you dear lady that I do sleep soundly, as I’ve no fear of others who probably have no time to contemplate truth.

As I’ve previously stated these children have no understanding or even the ability to realise others such as yourself, who once had only a passing interest in the finances of the KTC and its lack of transparency, now realise the Walter Mitty types, such as King Chaser, are trying to defend the indefensible, and the question is Why!
The answer I believe is that if found guilty of maladministration at any level, those within the KTC heiriacry will have all their toys taken away, and will have sit on the naughty step, in public, and you know what children are like with such threats !

David Samuels
‘Always a 708 Skinhead’: My astonishment at the offensiveness and dishonest rhetoric which emanates from the Walter Mitty types, such as King Chaser etc is tempered by the knowledge of who he is. It is now publically accepted his tantrums are a part of his childish lifestyle, and consequently, his style of self-important pomposity can’t be helped until he grows up. I often wonder if at any time if these immature people reread the insults and lies they state. When attacking, women, old people, such as myself, (whom King Chaser believes should be locked up, because of my defence regarding his latest lies about me.) does it give them a psychological boost, as it does to the drug user? Probably it does! If these immure people had the ability to think. even slightly rationally, it would make a make a difference when debating facts and figures as issued by KTC. Gobbag Vooar, I assure you dear lady that I do sleep soundly, as I’ve no fear of others who probably have no time to contemplate truth. As I’ve previously stated these children have no understanding or even the ability to realise others such as yourself, who once had only a passing interest in the finances of the KTC and its lack of transparency, now realise the Walter Mitty types, such as King Chaser, are trying to defend the indefensible, and the question is Why! The answer I believe is that if found guilty of maladministration at any level, those within the KTC heiriacry will have all their toys taken away, and will have sit on the naughty step, in public, and you know what children are like with such threats ! David Samuels samuels david
  • Score: -1

2:20pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

My astonishment at the offensiveness and dishonest rhetoric which emanates from the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david etc is tempered by the knowledge of who he is.

It is now publically accepted his tantrums are a part of his childish lifestyle, and consequently, his style of self-important pomposity can’t be helped until he grows up.

I often wonder if at any time if these immature people reread the insults and stories they state.
When attacking, penguins, young people, such as myself, (whom Always a Skinhead believes should be dismissed, because of my unwillingness to research his latest assumption about me.) does it give them a psychological boost, as it does to the drug user? Probably it does!

If these insane people had the ability to think. even slightly rationally, it would make a make a difference when debating facts and figures such as HP and ketchup.

I assure you all that I do sleep soundly, as I’ve no fear of others who probably have no time to contemplate condiments. I do worry though that I might not wake up the next morning and therefore be unable to concoct yet another lengthy post that is so similar to all the rest I generate.

As I’ve previously stated these ASBO dodgers have no understanding or even the ability to realise others such as yourself, who once had only a passing interest in the type of sauce preferred and its lack of taste, now realise the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david, are trying to defend the indefensible...mayon
naise, and the question is Why!
The answer I believe is that if found guilty of misreading of bottle labels at any level, those within the sauce industry will have all their plastic caps taken away, and will have sit on the naughty step, in public, and you know what children are like with such threats !
My astonishment at the offensiveness and dishonest rhetoric which emanates from the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david etc is tempered by the knowledge of who he is. It is now publically accepted his tantrums are a part of his childish lifestyle, and consequently, his style of self-important pomposity can’t be helped until he grows up. I often wonder if at any time if these immature people reread the insults and stories they state. When attacking, penguins, young people, such as myself, (whom Always a Skinhead believes should be dismissed, because of my unwillingness to research his latest assumption about me.) does it give them a psychological boost, as it does to the drug user? Probably it does! If these insane people had the ability to think. even slightly rationally, it would make a make a difference when debating facts and figures such as HP and ketchup. I assure you all that I do sleep soundly, as I’ve no fear of others who probably have no time to contemplate condiments. I do worry though that I might not wake up the next morning and therefore be unable to concoct yet another lengthy post that is so similar to all the rest I generate. As I’ve previously stated these ASBO dodgers have no understanding or even the ability to realise others such as yourself, who once had only a passing interest in the type of sauce preferred and its lack of taste, now realise the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david, are trying to defend the indefensible...mayon naise, and the question is Why! The answer I believe is that if found guilty of misreading of bottle labels at any level, those within the sauce industry will have all their plastic caps taken away, and will have sit on the naughty step, in public, and you know what children are like with such threats ! MarkPullen
  • Score: -1

2:27pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

MarkPullen wrote:
My astonishment at the offensiveness and dishonest rhetoric which emanates from the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david etc is tempered by the knowledge of who he is. It is now publically accepted his tantrums are a part of his childish lifestyle, and consequently, his style of self-important pomposity can’t be helped until he grows up. I often wonder if at any time if these immature people reread the insults and stories they state. When attacking, penguins, young people, such as myself, (whom Always a Skinhead believes should be dismissed, because of my unwillingness to research his latest assumption about me.) does it give them a psychological boost, as it does to the drug user? Probably it does! If these insane people had the ability to think. even slightly rationally, it would make a make a difference when debating facts and figures such as HP and ketchup. I assure you all that I do sleep soundly, as I’ve no fear of others who probably have no time to contemplate condiments. I do worry though that I might not wake up the next morning and therefore be unable to concoct yet another lengthy post that is so similar to all the rest I generate. As I’ve previously stated these ASBO dodgers have no understanding or even the ability to realise others such as yourself, who once had only a passing interest in the type of sauce preferred and its lack of taste, now realise the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david, are trying to defend the indefensible...mayon naise, and the question is Why! The answer I believe is that if found guilty of misreading of bottle labels at any level, those within the sauce industry will have all their plastic caps taken away, and will have sit on the naughty step, in public, and you know what children are like with such threats !
Brilliant! Quite brilliant!
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: My astonishment at the offensiveness and dishonest rhetoric which emanates from the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david etc is tempered by the knowledge of who he is. It is now publically accepted his tantrums are a part of his childish lifestyle, and consequently, his style of self-important pomposity can’t be helped until he grows up. I often wonder if at any time if these immature people reread the insults and stories they state. When attacking, penguins, young people, such as myself, (whom Always a Skinhead believes should be dismissed, because of my unwillingness to research his latest assumption about me.) does it give them a psychological boost, as it does to the drug user? Probably it does! If these insane people had the ability to think. even slightly rationally, it would make a make a difference when debating facts and figures such as HP and ketchup. I assure you all that I do sleep soundly, as I’ve no fear of others who probably have no time to contemplate condiments. I do worry though that I might not wake up the next morning and therefore be unable to concoct yet another lengthy post that is so similar to all the rest I generate. As I’ve previously stated these ASBO dodgers have no understanding or even the ability to realise others such as yourself, who once had only a passing interest in the type of sauce preferred and its lack of taste, now realise the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david, are trying to defend the indefensible...mayon naise, and the question is Why! The answer I believe is that if found guilty of misreading of bottle labels at any level, those within the sauce industry will have all their plastic caps taken away, and will have sit on the naughty step, in public, and you know what children are like with such threats ![/p][/quote]Brilliant! Quite brilliant! Kingchaser
  • Score: 0

2:28pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

samuels david wrote:
‘Always a 708 Skinhead’: My astonishment at the offensiveness and dishonest rhetoric which emanates from the Walter Mitty types, such as King Chaser etc is tempered by the knowledge of who he is. It is now publically accepted his tantrums are a part of his childish lifestyle, and consequently, his style of self-important pomposity can’t be helped until he grows up. I often wonder if at any time if these immature people reread the insults and lies they state. When attacking, women, old people, such as myself, (whom King Chaser believes should be locked up, because of my defence regarding his latest lies about me.) does it give them a psychological boost, as it does to the drug user? Probably it does! If these immure people had the ability to think. even slightly rationally, it would make a make a difference when debating facts and figures as issued by KTC. Gobbag Vooar, I assure you dear lady that I do sleep soundly, as I’ve no fear of others who probably have no time to contemplate truth. As I’ve previously stated these children have no understanding or even the ability to realise others such as yourself, who once had only a passing interest in the finances of the KTC and its lack of transparency, now realise the Walter Mitty types, such as King Chaser, are trying to defend the indefensible, and the question is Why! The answer I believe is that if found guilty of maladministration at any level, those within the KTC heiriacry will have all their toys taken away, and will have sit on the naughty step, in public, and you know what children are like with such threats ! David Samuels
Now everyone is parodying Reverend Asbo Dave Samuals!

Who is this one by..........oh! It's by Dave himself! Thanks for joining in!
[quote][p][bold]samuels david[/bold] wrote: ‘Always a 708 Skinhead’: My astonishment at the offensiveness and dishonest rhetoric which emanates from the Walter Mitty types, such as King Chaser etc is tempered by the knowledge of who he is. It is now publically accepted his tantrums are a part of his childish lifestyle, and consequently, his style of self-important pomposity can’t be helped until he grows up. I often wonder if at any time if these immature people reread the insults and lies they state. When attacking, women, old people, such as myself, (whom King Chaser believes should be locked up, because of my defence regarding his latest lies about me.) does it give them a psychological boost, as it does to the drug user? Probably it does! If these immure people had the ability to think. even slightly rationally, it would make a make a difference when debating facts and figures as issued by KTC. Gobbag Vooar, I assure you dear lady that I do sleep soundly, as I’ve no fear of others who probably have no time to contemplate truth. As I’ve previously stated these children have no understanding or even the ability to realise others such as yourself, who once had only a passing interest in the finances of the KTC and its lack of transparency, now realise the Walter Mitty types, such as King Chaser, are trying to defend the indefensible, and the question is Why! The answer I believe is that if found guilty of maladministration at any level, those within the KTC heiriacry will have all their toys taken away, and will have sit on the naughty step, in public, and you know what children are like with such threats ! David Samuels[/p][/quote]Now everyone is parodying Reverend Asbo Dave Samuals! Who is this one by..........oh! It's by Dave himself! Thanks for joining in! Kingchaser
  • Score: -1

2:42pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

MarkPullen wrote:
My astonishment at the offensiveness and dishonest rhetoric which emanates from the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david etc is tempered by the knowledge of who he is. It is now publically accepted his tantrums are a part of his childish lifestyle, and consequently, his style of self-important pomposity can’t be helped until he grows up. I often wonder if at any time if these immature people reread the insults and stories they state. When attacking, penguins, young people, such as myself, (whom Always a Skinhead believes should be dismissed, because of my unwillingness to research his latest assumption about me.) does it give them a psychological boost, as it does to the drug user? Probably it does! If these insane people had the ability to think. even slightly rationally, it would make a make a difference when debating facts and figures such as HP and ketchup. I assure you all that I do sleep soundly, as I’ve no fear of others who probably have no time to contemplate condiments. I do worry though that I might not wake up the next morning and therefore be unable to concoct yet another lengthy post that is so similar to all the rest I generate. As I’ve previously stated these ASBO dodgers have no understanding or even the ability to realise others such as yourself, who once had only a passing interest in the type of sauce preferred and its lack of taste, now realise the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david, are trying to defend the indefensible...mayon naise, and the question is Why! The answer I believe is that if found guilty of misreading of bottle labels at any level, those within the sauce industry will have all their plastic caps taken away, and will have sit on the naughty step, in public, and you know what children are like with such threats !
The matter of HP and Ketchup has now reached the Houses Of Parliament themselves. Eric Branston Pickles has brought an early day motion describing the Keighley Ketchup eaters as having 'lost the chop'. It is not the fault of our local parishioners group that has cost the town so much money by involving the Condiment scandal that has engulfed our town in this sticky mess. There are 54 objections (22 of a legal nature) to having been fed a diet of Ketchup on or pies. The esteemed auditors (Experts in sauce) have visited the town and inspected condiments in question. They travelled all the way from down south London town and let me assure you, they really cut the mustard!

Tick Tock!

Tuna Mayonnaiseus!
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: My astonishment at the offensiveness and dishonest rhetoric which emanates from the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david etc is tempered by the knowledge of who he is. It is now publically accepted his tantrums are a part of his childish lifestyle, and consequently, his style of self-important pomposity can’t be helped until he grows up. I often wonder if at any time if these immature people reread the insults and stories they state. When attacking, penguins, young people, such as myself, (whom Always a Skinhead believes should be dismissed, because of my unwillingness to research his latest assumption about me.) does it give them a psychological boost, as it does to the drug user? Probably it does! If these insane people had the ability to think. even slightly rationally, it would make a make a difference when debating facts and figures such as HP and ketchup. I assure you all that I do sleep soundly, as I’ve no fear of others who probably have no time to contemplate condiments. I do worry though that I might not wake up the next morning and therefore be unable to concoct yet another lengthy post that is so similar to all the rest I generate. As I’ve previously stated these ASBO dodgers have no understanding or even the ability to realise others such as yourself, who once had only a passing interest in the type of sauce preferred and its lack of taste, now realise the Walter Mitty types, such as samuels david, are trying to defend the indefensible...mayon naise, and the question is Why! The answer I believe is that if found guilty of misreading of bottle labels at any level, those within the sauce industry will have all their plastic caps taken away, and will have sit on the naughty step, in public, and you know what children are like with such threats ![/p][/quote]The matter of HP and Ketchup has now reached the Houses Of Parliament themselves. Eric Branston Pickles has brought an early day motion describing the Keighley Ketchup eaters as having 'lost the chop'. It is not the fault of our local parishioners group that has cost the town so much money by involving the Condiment scandal that has engulfed our town in this sticky mess. There are 54 objections (22 of a legal nature) to having been fed a diet of Ketchup on or pies. The esteemed auditors (Experts in sauce) have visited the town and inspected condiments in question. They travelled all the way from down south London town and let me assure you, they really cut the mustard! Tick Tock! Tuna Mayonnaiseus! Kingchaser
  • Score: -1

2:58pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Who mentioned mayonnaise? Since when was that the subject of this thread? Really you people are beyond belief - you'll be tell me you have mayo with chips next - please no!!!
Who mentioned mayonnaise? Since when was that the subject of this thread? Really you people are beyond belief - you'll be tell me you have mayo with chips next - please no!!! Little Green Man
  • Score: -2

3:22pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Who mentioned mayonnaise? Since when was that the subject of this thread? Really you people are beyond belief - you'll be tell me you have mayo with chips next - please no!!!
My wife does. But it's a special type of Belgian Mayo especially for "frites".

She applies a thin film.

Doh! Filming is not allowed is it!
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: Who mentioned mayonnaise? Since when was that the subject of this thread? Really you people are beyond belief - you'll be tell me you have mayo with chips next - please no!!![/p][/quote]My wife does. But it's a special type of Belgian Mayo especially for "frites". She applies a thin film. Doh! Filming is not allowed is it! Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

4:05pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Who mentioned mayonnaise? Since when was that the subject of this thread? Really you people are beyond belief - you'll be tell me you have mayo with chips next - please no!!!
My wife does. But it's a special type of Belgian Mayo especially for "frites".

She applies a thin film.

Doh! Filming is not allowed is it!
I'm not sure whether being Belgian makes it any better - but you know those continentals can be a funny bunch...
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: Who mentioned mayonnaise? Since when was that the subject of this thread? Really you people are beyond belief - you'll be tell me you have mayo with chips next - please no!!![/p][/quote]My wife does. But it's a special type of Belgian Mayo especially for "frites". She applies a thin film. Doh! Filming is not allowed is it![/p][/quote]I'm not sure whether being Belgian makes it any better - but you know those continentals can be a funny bunch... Little Green Man
  • Score: -3

4:48pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Who would want to Belgian? The only famous one waxes his moustache and walks like a ........ Er, well, walks a bit strange.

However HP sauce is now Dutch.
Who would want to Belgian? The only famous one waxes his moustache and walks like a ........ Er, well, walks a bit strange. However HP sauce is now Dutch. Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

5:05pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Who would want to Belgian? The only famous one waxes his moustache and walks like a ........ Er, well, walks a bit strange.

However HP sauce is now Dutch.
Nothing against the Dutch, a Dutchman got me started on Pink Floyd a long time ago so they're ok for me :)
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Who would want to Belgian? The only famous one waxes his moustache and walks like a ........ Er, well, walks a bit strange. However HP sauce is now Dutch.[/p][/quote]Nothing against the Dutch, a Dutchman got me started on Pink Floyd a long time ago so they're ok for me :) Little Green Man
  • Score: -1

5:10pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Who would want to Belgian? The only famous one waxes his moustache and walks like a ........ Er, well, walks a bit strange.

However HP sauce is now Dutch.
Nothing against the Dutch, a Dutchman got me started on Pink Floyd a long time ago so they're ok for me :)
Dutch Edam cheese on toast .... the bees knees!
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: Who would want to Belgian? The only famous one waxes his moustache and walks like a ........ Er, well, walks a bit strange. However HP sauce is now Dutch.[/p][/quote]Nothing against the Dutch, a Dutchman got me started on Pink Floyd a long time ago so they're ok for me :)[/p][/quote]Dutch Edam cheese on toast .... the bees knees! MarkPullen
  • Score: -2

5:14pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.
I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got. Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

5:16pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Kingchaser wrote:
I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.
or what you say...
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.[/p][/quote]or what you say... Little Green Man
  • Score: -1

5:17pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

Okay guys (and gals) it's that time of the week again - Wednesday evening.

Just wanted to wish you all the best and thanks for this weeks contributions - we've laughed, we've cried, we've insulted, we've denied, and best of all some have ranted.

I might catch you later but the real world beckons so see you on the next story that is deemed safe enough to allow comments .... for now!

Keep smiling - even if you're Simon.
Okay guys (and gals) it's that time of the week again - Wednesday evening. Just wanted to wish you all the best and thanks for this weeks contributions - we've laughed, we've cried, we've insulted, we've denied, and best of all some have ranted. I might catch you later but the real world beckons so see you on the next story that is deemed safe enough to allow comments .... for now! Keep smiling - even if you're Simon. MarkPullen
  • Score: -2

5:39pm Wed 26 Mar 14

samuels david says...

It seems that Mark Pullen has reached his level of incompetence, and is now on par with his childish compatriots, it’s what I’d expected. What a pity he could have reached puberty if he had had the intelligenge to have grown up!
Oh well! It seems the Devil has claimed yet another poor soul!
David Samuels
It seems that Mark Pullen has reached his level of incompetence, and is now on par with his childish compatriots, it’s what I’d expected. What a pity he could have reached puberty if he had had the intelligenge to have grown up! Oh well! It seems the Devil has claimed yet another poor soul! David Samuels samuels david
  • Score: 1

5:47pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

samuels david wrote:
It seems that Mark Pullen has reached his level of incompetence, and is now on par with his childish compatriots, it’s what I’d expected. What a pity he could have reached puberty if he had had the intelligenge to have grown up!
Oh well! It seems the Devil has claimed yet another poor soul!
David Samuels
Nope, Dave. The devil has not claimed another one. Mark is still on our side not yours.

Go on! Give me a bit of a rant! I'm looking forward to it Reverend. Why not tell me what your learned friends think? Why not accuse me of being mad or bad? Why not accuse me of being a councillor? Why not accuse me of being a thug? Why not tell me how old you are? Why not accuse me of being a councillor? Why not accuse me of having several pseudonyms?

Go on! Have a ball!

Paranoid old s0d!
[quote][p][bold]samuels david[/bold] wrote: It seems that Mark Pullen has reached his level of incompetence, and is now on par with his childish compatriots, it’s what I’d expected. What a pity he could have reached puberty if he had had the intelligenge to have grown up! Oh well! It seems the Devil has claimed yet another poor soul! David Samuels[/p][/quote]Nope, Dave. The devil has not claimed another one. Mark is still on our side not yours. Go on! Give me a bit of a rant! I'm looking forward to it Reverend. Why not tell me what your learned friends think? Why not accuse me of being mad or bad? Why not accuse me of being a councillor? Why not accuse me of being a thug? Why not tell me how old you are? Why not accuse me of being a councillor? Why not accuse me of having several pseudonyms? Go on! Have a ball! Paranoid old s0d! Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

5:56pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.
or what you say...
They actually do care what I say. And I care what they say too.

Pink Floyd eh?

We actually do have quite a bit in common LGM.

Outside the remit of KTC
Pie!
HP Sauce
Real Ale.
Recipients of ASBO's bile.
Both councillors....not.
And now Pink Floyd.

Are we twins separated at birth?
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.[/p][/quote]or what you say...[/p][/quote]They actually do care what I say. And I care what they say too. Pink Floyd eh? We actually do have quite a bit in common LGM. Outside the remit of KTC Pie! HP Sauce Real Ale. Recipients of ASBO's bile. Both councillors....not. And now Pink Floyd. Are we twins separated at birth? Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

6:31pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.
or what you say...
They actually do care what I say. And I care what they say too.

Pink Floyd eh?

We actually do have quite a bit in common LGM.

Outside the remit of KTC
Pie!
HP Sauce
Real Ale.
Recipients of ASBO's bile.
Both councillors....not.
And now Pink Floyd.

Are we twins separated at birth?
Maybe! Are you 5 foot 3 inches, 17 stone, ginger and have David Bowie style different coloured eyes?
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.[/p][/quote]or what you say...[/p][/quote]They actually do care what I say. And I care what they say too. Pink Floyd eh? We actually do have quite a bit in common LGM. Outside the remit of KTC Pie! HP Sauce Real Ale. Recipients of ASBO's bile. Both councillors....not. And now Pink Floyd. Are we twins separated at birth?[/p][/quote]Maybe! Are you 5 foot 3 inches, 17 stone, ginger and have David Bowie style different coloured eyes? Little Green Man
  • Score: -1

6:40pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

It seems that samuels david has reached his level of incontinence, and is now on par with his churlish compatriots, it’s what I’d expected. What a pity he could have reached sanity if he had had the impotence to have grown a pair!
Oh well! It seems the nursing home has claimed yet another poor soul!
It seems that samuels david has reached his level of incontinence, and is now on par with his churlish compatriots, it’s what I’d expected. What a pity he could have reached sanity if he had had the impotence to have grown a pair! Oh well! It seems the nursing home has claimed yet another poor soul! MarkPullen
  • Score: -3

6:54pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.
or what you say...
They actually do care what I say. And I care what they say too.

Pink Floyd eh?

We actually do have quite a bit in common LGM.

Outside the remit of KTC
Pie!
HP Sauce
Real Ale.
Recipients of ASBO's bile.
Both councillors....not.
And now Pink Floyd.

Are we twins separated at birth?
Maybe! Are you 5 foot 3 inches, 17 stone, ginger and have David Bowie style different coloured eyes?
Flipping Eck! Obviously not! I'm six foot two! Grey, and my eyes are blue. But DSOTM is obviously the best album ever.
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.[/p][/quote]or what you say...[/p][/quote]They actually do care what I say. And I care what they say too. Pink Floyd eh? We actually do have quite a bit in common LGM. Outside the remit of KTC Pie! HP Sauce Real Ale. Recipients of ASBO's bile. Both councillors....not. And now Pink Floyd. Are we twins separated at birth?[/p][/quote]Maybe! Are you 5 foot 3 inches, 17 stone, ginger and have David Bowie style different coloured eyes?[/p][/quote]Flipping Eck! Obviously not! I'm six foot two! Grey, and my eyes are blue. But DSOTM is obviously the best album ever. Kingchaser
  • Score: -4

7:03pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

MarkPullen wrote:
It seems that samuels david has reached his level of incontinence, and is now on par with his churlish compatriots, it’s what I’d expected. What a pity he could have reached sanity if he had had the impotence to have grown a pair!
Oh well! It seems the nursing home has claimed yet another poor soul!
Well Mark,

I've always enjoyed most of your comments. But this week you've let your sense of humour off the leash and you've made me laugh out loud!

Thanks.

Am I right in saying that you know my real name? I think I emailed you and told you a couple of years ago. IHR knows it too. And he's kept his promise to keep it confidential. Honourable man that IHR. Twice I've had the pleasure of his company in Rossi's although it seems I was lucky the second time.

Wish I had a method of contacting him directly so that I can arrange a chat with a bit more certainty. If Mr or Mrs Roberts are reading.....? Teas are on me.
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: It seems that samuels david has reached his level of incontinence, and is now on par with his churlish compatriots, it’s what I’d expected. What a pity he could have reached sanity if he had had the impotence to have grown a pair! Oh well! It seems the nursing home has claimed yet another poor soul![/p][/quote]Well Mark, I've always enjoyed most of your comments. But this week you've let your sense of humour off the leash and you've made me laugh out loud! Thanks. Am I right in saying that you know my real name? I think I emailed you and told you a couple of years ago. IHR knows it too. And he's kept his promise to keep it confidential. Honourable man that IHR. Twice I've had the pleasure of his company in Rossi's although it seems I was lucky the second time. Wish I had a method of contacting him directly so that I can arrange a chat with a bit more certainty. If Mr or Mrs Roberts are reading.....? Teas are on me. Kingchaser
  • Score: -3

7:46pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.
or what you say...
They actually do care what I say. And I care what they say too.

Pink Floyd eh?

We actually do have quite a bit in common LGM.

Outside the remit of KTC
Pie!
HP Sauce
Real Ale.
Recipients of ASBO's bile.
Both councillors....not.
And now Pink Floyd.

Are we twins separated at birth?
Maybe! Are you 5 foot 3 inches, 17 stone, ginger and have David Bowie style different coloured eyes?
Flipping Eck! Obviously not! I'm six foot two! Grey, and my eyes are blue. But DSOTM is obviously the best album ever.
Haha - ok so we're not identical twins then but we could still be fraternal and you got the good set of genes!!

Have you noticed that no matter what time of day any post by you, Mark or myself automatically gets a -1? Somebody really has got too much time on their hands!

Now speaking of Time - I'm going to be controversial now and say that its very close but I prefer The Wall to DSOTM!! Comfortably Numb and Hey You are stand out tracks for me whereas DSOTM is probably a better album overall it doesn't (for me) have any tracks that really stand out.

feel free to downvote me :)
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.[/p][/quote]or what you say...[/p][/quote]They actually do care what I say. And I care what they say too. Pink Floyd eh? We actually do have quite a bit in common LGM. Outside the remit of KTC Pie! HP Sauce Real Ale. Recipients of ASBO's bile. Both councillors....not. And now Pink Floyd. Are we twins separated at birth?[/p][/quote]Maybe! Are you 5 foot 3 inches, 17 stone, ginger and have David Bowie style different coloured eyes?[/p][/quote]Flipping Eck! Obviously not! I'm six foot two! Grey, and my eyes are blue. But DSOTM is obviously the best album ever.[/p][/quote]Haha - ok so we're not identical twins then but we could still be fraternal and you got the good set of genes!! Have you noticed that no matter what time of day any post by you, Mark or myself automatically gets a -1? Somebody really has got too much time on their hands! Now speaking of Time - I'm going to be controversial now and say that its very close but I prefer The Wall to DSOTM!! Comfortably Numb and Hey You are stand out tracks for me whereas DSOTM is probably a better album overall it doesn't (for me) have any tracks that really stand out. feel free to downvote me :) Little Green Man
  • Score: -2

8:12pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Kingchaser wrote:
I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.
or what you say...
They actually do care what I say. And I care what they say too.

Pink Floyd eh?

We actually do have quite a bit in common LGM.

Outside the remit of KTC
Pie!
HP Sauce
Real Ale.
Recipients of ASBO's bile.
Both councillors....not.
And now Pink Floyd.

Are we twins separated at birth?
Maybe! Are you 5 foot 3 inches, 17 stone, ginger and have David Bowie style different coloured eyes?
Flipping Eck! Obviously not! I'm six foot two! Grey, and my eyes are blue. But DSOTM is obviously the best album ever.
Haha - ok so we're not identical twins then but we could still be fraternal and you got the good set of genes!!

Have you noticed that no matter what time of day any post by you, Mark or myself automatically gets a -1? Somebody really has got too much time on their hands!

Now speaking of Time - I'm going to be controversial now and say that its very close but I prefer The Wall to DSOTM!! Comfortably Numb and Hey You are stand out tracks for me whereas DSOTM is probably a better album overall it doesn't (for me) have any tracks that really stand out.

feel free to downvote me :)
Consider yourself down voted (only joking) I consider most of the songs on DSOTM as stand out. That's stand out versus the general music scene. Stand out against other Pink Floyd songs is a different matter. The Wall is a great album. I've been privileged enough to see RW do that album Live three times on two different continents and it's an emotional experience. My personal favourite PF song is Interstellar Overdrive but I can see why others don't like it. I like the arranged bit at the start, the musical anarchy in the middle, and then the way the musicians come together at trend.

But for me DSOTM is the nearest ever perfect blend of music, lyrics and concept. Sorry! :-)
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: I love the Dutch. Worked there for a long time. My sons Godfather is Dutch, I will be the only Englishman (as usual) on an annual trip with 13 Dutch guys in May which this year happens to be in York. Lots of drinking, lots of cards for pennies, lots of banter, lots of activities including a museum or two. The Dutch I know are quality. They like me for who I am and not what I have or haven't got.[/p][/quote]or what you say...[/p][/quote]They actually do care what I say. And I care what they say too. Pink Floyd eh? We actually do have quite a bit in common LGM. Outside the remit of KTC Pie! HP Sauce Real Ale. Recipients of ASBO's bile. Both councillors....not. And now Pink Floyd. Are we twins separated at birth?[/p][/quote]Maybe! Are you 5 foot 3 inches, 17 stone, ginger and have David Bowie style different coloured eyes?[/p][/quote]Flipping Eck! Obviously not! I'm six foot two! Grey, and my eyes are blue. But DSOTM is obviously the best album ever.[/p][/quote]Haha - ok so we're not identical twins then but we could still be fraternal and you got the good set of genes!! Have you noticed that no matter what time of day any post by you, Mark or myself automatically gets a -1? Somebody really has got too much time on their hands! Now speaking of Time - I'm going to be controversial now and say that its very close but I prefer The Wall to DSOTM!! Comfortably Numb and Hey You are stand out tracks for me whereas DSOTM is probably a better album overall it doesn't (for me) have any tracks that really stand out. feel free to downvote me :)[/p][/quote]Consider yourself down voted (only joking) I consider most of the songs on DSOTM as stand out. That's stand out versus the general music scene. Stand out against other Pink Floyd songs is a different matter. The Wall is a great album. I've been privileged enough to see RW do that album Live three times on two different continents and it's an emotional experience. My personal favourite PF song is Interstellar Overdrive but I can see why others don't like it. I like the arranged bit at the start, the musical anarchy in the middle, and then the way the musicians come together at trend. But for me DSOTM is the nearest ever perfect blend of music, lyrics and concept. Sorry! :-) Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

8:14pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

Kingchaser wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
It seems that samuels david has reached his level of incontinence, and is now on par with his churlish compatriots, it’s what I’d expected. What a pity he could have reached sanity if he had had the impotence to have grown a pair!
Oh well! It seems the nursing home has claimed yet another poor soul!
Well Mark,

I've always enjoyed most of your comments. But this week you've let your sense of humour off the leash and you've made me laugh out loud!

Thanks.

Am I right in saying that you know my real name? I think I emailed you and told you a couple of years ago. IHR knows it too. And he's kept his promise to keep it confidential. Honourable man that IHR. Twice I've had the pleasure of his company in Rossi's although it seems I was lucky the second time.

Wish I had a method of contacting him directly so that I can arrange a chat with a bit more certainty. If Mr or Mrs Roberts are reading.....? Teas are on me.
Kingchaser

Now that I've made you laugh I'm going to have to find a man cave to hide from the apocalypse (once he awakens from his slumber)!

Not wanting to sound awful but I'd totally forgotten about you exposing your true identity in the past - though now I'm also expecting samuels david to provide ample evidence of our partnership.

I don't hide and FB is my regular haunt - at least in the areas that aren't private and full of hatred!
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: It seems that samuels david has reached his level of incontinence, and is now on par with his churlish compatriots, it’s what I’d expected. What a pity he could have reached sanity if he had had the impotence to have grown a pair! Oh well! It seems the nursing home has claimed yet another poor soul![/p][/quote]Well Mark, I've always enjoyed most of your comments. But this week you've let your sense of humour off the leash and you've made me laugh out loud! Thanks. Am I right in saying that you know my real name? I think I emailed you and told you a couple of years ago. IHR knows it too. And he's kept his promise to keep it confidential. Honourable man that IHR. Twice I've had the pleasure of his company in Rossi's although it seems I was lucky the second time. Wish I had a method of contacting him directly so that I can arrange a chat with a bit more certainty. If Mr or Mrs Roberts are reading.....? Teas are on me.[/p][/quote]Kingchaser Now that I've made you laugh I'm going to have to find a man cave to hide from the apocalypse (once he awakens from his slumber)! Not wanting to sound awful but I'd totally forgotten about you exposing your true identity in the past - though now I'm also expecting samuels david to provide ample evidence of our partnership. I don't hide and FB is my regular haunt - at least in the areas that aren't private and full of hatred! MarkPullen
  • Score: -1

8:48pm Wed 26 Mar 14

samuels david says...

Walter Mitty, whilst in Keighley late this afternoon, a woman and her daughter, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss on the cheek, and then shook both my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s disgust of KTC, which was only surpassed by the news, when her husband revealed ‘villains’ (her words) were allowed to post insults on the KN sites without revealing who they were. Both mother and daughter, from Oakworth, seemed pleased when I revealed your names.
At the mention of Mark Pullen, both admitted the name was known vaguely, but not the person, so Mark I describe you, so that both ladies could ovoid you.
PS. Walter Mitty, Mark Pullen I’ve no idea who these two ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they are now aware of all of you.
As we parted this afternoon, the daughter made the comment. ‘No wonder Keighley has sunk so low, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but they just don’t care!’
To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of Keighley Town Council, telephone the Town Clerk Mrs M.E, Bailey, Deputy Clerk. Mrs D Spinks, Mayor S Walker on 01536 518252 or try to find the phone number of your Local Keighley Town Councillor. (Don’t bother with Bradford Councillors as they stay well away from the chaos and bedlam that is KTC.

David Samuels
Walter Mitty, whilst in Keighley late this afternoon, a woman and her daughter, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss on the cheek, and then shook both my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s disgust of KTC, which was only surpassed by the news, when her husband revealed ‘villains’ (her words) were allowed to post insults on the KN sites without revealing who they were. Both mother and daughter, from Oakworth, seemed pleased when I revealed your names. At the mention of Mark Pullen, both admitted the name was known vaguely, but not the person, so Mark I describe you, so that both ladies could ovoid you. PS. Walter Mitty, Mark Pullen I’ve no idea who these two ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they are now aware of all of you. As we parted this afternoon, the daughter made the comment. ‘No wonder Keighley has sunk so low, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but they just don’t care!’ To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of Keighley Town Council, telephone the Town Clerk Mrs M.E, Bailey, Deputy Clerk. Mrs D Spinks, Mayor S Walker on 01536 518252 or try to find the phone number of your Local Keighley Town Councillor. (Don’t bother with Bradford Councillors as they stay well away from the chaos and bedlam that is KTC. David Samuels samuels david
  • Score: 0

8:52pm Wed 26 Mar 14

samuels david says...

PS. Both ladies were aware of Graham Mitchell!

David Samuels
PS. Both ladies were aware of Graham Mitchell! David Samuels samuels david
  • Score: 3

9:37pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Seems we're all councillors again!

Nothing against DSOTM KC, as you say it is most definitely a stand out piece of work in the face of popular music in general. Here's another opinion splitter - what do you think of The Division Bell?
Seems we're all councillors again! Nothing against DSOTM KC, as you say it is most definitely a stand out piece of work in the face of popular music in general. Here's another opinion splitter - what do you think of The Division Bell? Little Green Man
  • Score: -3

9:42pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Mark - beware!! According to Dave two ladies are aware of you, I suspect they are his hench-women and he's sent them to take you out. If that happens make sure they pay for their own drinks :)
Mark - beware!! According to Dave two ladies are aware of you, I suspect they are his hench-women and he's sent them to take you out. If that happens make sure they pay for their own drinks :) Little Green Man
  • Score: -1

9:49pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

We don't need no eggs and bacon.
We don't need no sausage rolls.
There's lotts of salad in the kitchen.
Greedy leave then chips alone.
Hey. Greedy. Leave then chips alone.
All in all its not a meal. If you forget red sauce.
We don't need no eggs and bacon. We don't need no sausage rolls. There's lotts of salad in the kitchen. Greedy leave then chips alone. Hey. Greedy. Leave then chips alone. All in all its not a meal. If you forget red sauce. Always a 708 Skinhead
  • Score: -3

9:56pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Always a 708 Skinhead wrote:
We don't need no eggs and bacon.
We don't need no sausage rolls.
There's lotts of salad in the kitchen.
Greedy leave then chips alone.
Hey. Greedy. Leave then chips alone.
All in all its not a meal. If you forget red sauce.
Sausage rolls - now your talking but red sauce? Come on!!
[quote][p][bold]Always a 708 Skinhead[/bold] wrote: We don't need no eggs and bacon. We don't need no sausage rolls. There's lotts of salad in the kitchen. Greedy leave then chips alone. Hey. Greedy. Leave then chips alone. All in all its not a meal. If you forget red sauce.[/p][/quote]Sausage rolls - now your talking but red sauce? Come on!! Little Green Man
  • Score: -2

10:22pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name.
At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid you.
PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you.
As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!"
To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.
Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name. At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid [sic] you. PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you. As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!" To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC. MarkPullen
  • Score: -1

10:26pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

MarkPullen wrote:
Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name.
At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid you.
PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you.
As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!"
To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.
ovoid - lol :)
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name. At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid [sic] you. PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you. As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!" To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.[/p][/quote]ovoid - lol :) Little Green Man
  • Score: -1

10:27pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

Little Green Man wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name.
At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid you.
PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you.
As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!"
To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.
ovoid - lol :)
Don't egg him on!
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name. At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid [sic] you. PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you. As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!" To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.[/p][/quote]ovoid - lol :)[/p][/quote]Don't egg him on! MarkPullen
  • Score: -1

10:31pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name.
At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid you.
PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you.
As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!"
To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.
ovoid - lol :)
Don't egg him on!
Don't worry he won't get the yolk...
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name. At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid [sic] you. PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you. As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!" To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.[/p][/quote]ovoid - lol :)[/p][/quote]Don't egg him on![/p][/quote]Don't worry he won't get the yolk... Little Green Man
  • Score: -2

10:33pm Wed 26 Mar 14

MarkPullen says...

Little Green Man wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name.
At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid you.
PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you.
As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!"
To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.
ovoid - lol :)
Don't egg him on!
Don't worry he won't get the yolk...
He'll be eggsaperated at these puns - but I bet he won't crack a smile.
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name. At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid [sic] you. PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you. As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!" To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.[/p][/quote]ovoid - lol :)[/p][/quote]Don't egg him on![/p][/quote]Don't worry he won't get the yolk...[/p][/quote]He'll be eggsaperated at these puns - but I bet he won't crack a smile. MarkPullen
  • Score: -4

10:36pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

samuels david wrote:
Walter Mitty, whilst in Keighley late this afternoon, a woman and her daughter, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss on the cheek, and then shook both my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s disgust of KTC, which was only surpassed by the news, when her husband revealed ‘villains’ (her words) were allowed to post insults on the KN sites without revealing who they were. Both mother and daughter, from Oakworth, seemed pleased when I revealed your names.
At the mention of Mark Pullen, both admitted the name was known vaguely, but not the person, so Mark I describe you, so that both ladies could ovoid you.
PS. Walter Mitty, Mark Pullen I’ve no idea who these two ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they are now aware of all of you.
As we parted this afternoon, the daughter made the comment. ‘No wonder Keighley has sunk so low, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but they just don’t care!’
To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of Keighley Town Council, telephone the Town Clerk Mrs M.E, Bailey, Deputy Clerk. Mrs D Spinks, Mayor S Walker on 01536 518252 or try to find the phone number of your Local Keighley Town Councillor. (Don’t bother with Bradford Councillors as they stay well away from the chaos and bedlam that is KTC.

David Samuels
Does the Mayor live in Kettering Dave?
[quote][p][bold]samuels david[/bold] wrote: Walter Mitty, whilst in Keighley late this afternoon, a woman and her daughter, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss on the cheek, and then shook both my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s disgust of KTC, which was only surpassed by the news, when her husband revealed ‘villains’ (her words) were allowed to post insults on the KN sites without revealing who they were. Both mother and daughter, from Oakworth, seemed pleased when I revealed your names. At the mention of Mark Pullen, both admitted the name was known vaguely, but not the person, so Mark I describe you, so that both ladies could ovoid you. PS. Walter Mitty, Mark Pullen I’ve no idea who these two ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they are now aware of all of you. As we parted this afternoon, the daughter made the comment. ‘No wonder Keighley has sunk so low, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but they just don’t care!’ To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of Keighley Town Council, telephone the Town Clerk Mrs M.E, Bailey, Deputy Clerk. Mrs D Spinks, Mayor S Walker on 01536 518252 or try to find the phone number of your Local Keighley Town Councillor. (Don’t bother with Bradford Councillors as they stay well away from the chaos and bedlam that is KTC. David Samuels[/p][/quote]Does the Mayor live in Kettering Dave? Little Green Man
  • Score: -5

10:37pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
MarkPullen wrote:
Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name.
At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid you.
PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you.
As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!"
To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.
ovoid - lol :)
Don't egg him on!
Don't worry he won't get the yolk...
He'll be eggsaperated at these puns - but I bet he won't crack a smile.
Sure he will - he always sees the sunny side...
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name. At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid [sic] you. PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you. As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!" To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.[/p][/quote]ovoid - lol :)[/p][/quote]Don't egg him on![/p][/quote]Don't worry he won't get the yolk...[/p][/quote]He'll be eggsaperated at these puns - but I bet he won't crack a smile.[/p][/quote]Sure he will - he always sees the sunny side... Little Green Man
  • Score: -3

12:51am Thu 27 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Seems we're all councillors again!

Nothing against DSOTM KC, as you say it is most definitely a stand out piece of work in the face of popular music in general. Here's another opinion splitter - what do you think of The Division Bell?
The Division Bell. Not Pink Floyds best LGM in. My opinion . However . Keep Talking has great qualities and even by inviting my hero Stephen Hawking gives me great pleasure.

Just my personal opinion LGM. Others are equally valid. Do you give any credence to the Oz theory?
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: Seems we're all councillors again! Nothing against DSOTM KC, as you say it is most definitely a stand out piece of work in the face of popular music in general. Here's another opinion splitter - what do you think of The Division Bell?[/p][/quote]The Division Bell. Not Pink Floyds best LGM in. My opinion . However . Keep Talking has great qualities and even by inviting my hero Stephen Hawking gives me great pleasure. Just my personal opinion LGM. Others are equally valid. Do you give any credence to the Oz theory? Kingchaser
  • Score: -4

1:12am Thu 27 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

MarkPullen wrote:
Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name.
At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid you.
PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you.
As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!"
To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.
Pi$$ing myself laughing.

David Samuels. What a tIthe@d!

Best regards, Walter!
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name. At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid [sic] you. PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you. As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!" To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.[/p][/quote]Pi$$ing myself laughing. David Samuels. What a tIthe@d! Best regards, Walter! Kingchaser
  • Score: -2

1:12am Thu 27 Mar 14

Kingchaser says...

MarkPullen wrote:
Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name.
At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid you.
PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you.
As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!"
To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.
Pi$$ing myself laughing.

David Samuels. What a tIthe@d!

Best regards, Walter!
[quote][p][bold]MarkPullen[/bold] wrote: Walter Mitty, whilst in Elland late this morning, a woman and her eight daughters, stopped me. the mother gave me a kiss (no tongues), and then took my hands, and most surprisingly told me of her husband’s denial that he was their children's father, which was only surpassed by the news that they are still awaiting your DNA test results. Both mother and daughters, from Oxenhope, seemed pleased when I revealed your name. At the mention of samuels david, all admitted the name was known intimately, but it was dark that night, so Rev I described you, so that all the ladies and their friends could ovoid [sic] you. PS. Walter Mitty, samuels david I’ve no idea who these ladies were, but you’ll be pleased to note that they were sporting tattoos on their foreheads with your initials and are now aware of you. As we parted this morning, one of the daughters (the one with a beard) made the comment. ‘No wonder I look just like a shrunken councillor, don’t these people realise that they do this town such a disservice having watched him run away.’ My answer was, ‘Oh yes, but he didn't run fast!" To all members of the public who wish to make comments regarding the attitude of KFC, telephone the Duty Manager on 01535 691708 or try to find the phone number of your local restaurant. (Don’t bother with McDonalds or Burger King as they stay well away from the chicken and secret spices that is KFC.[/p][/quote]Pi$$ing myself laughing. David Samuels. What a tIthe@d! Best regards, Walter! Kingchaser
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6:11am Thu 27 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

Kingchaser wrote:
Little Green Man wrote:
Seems we're all councillors again!

Nothing against DSOTM KC, as you say it is most definitely a stand out piece of work in the face of popular music in general. Here's another opinion splitter - what do you think of The Division Bell?
The Division Bell. Not Pink Floyds best LGM in. My opinion . However . Keep Talking has great qualities and even by inviting my hero Stephen Hawking gives me great pleasure.

Just my personal opinion LGM. Others are equally valid. Do you give any credence to the Oz theory?
Don't see it myself - file it with playing songs backwards to hear secret messages from the devil.
[quote][p][bold]Kingchaser[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: Seems we're all councillors again! Nothing against DSOTM KC, as you say it is most definitely a stand out piece of work in the face of popular music in general. Here's another opinion splitter - what do you think of The Division Bell?[/p][/quote]The Division Bell. Not Pink Floyds best LGM in. My opinion . However . Keep Talking has great qualities and even by inviting my hero Stephen Hawking gives me great pleasure. Just my personal opinion LGM. Others are equally valid. Do you give any credence to the Oz theory?[/p][/quote]Don't see it myself - file it with playing songs backwards to hear secret messages from the devil. Little Green Man
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10:17am Thu 27 Mar 14

legsman says...

There's been no mention of Daddies Sauce yet. This could be a conspiracy to hide the fact that KTC's corned beef sandwiches are laced with the stuff at public expense.
There's been no mention of Daddies Sauce yet. This could be a conspiracy to hide the fact that KTC's corned beef sandwiches are laced with the stuff at public expense. legsman
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10:59am Thu 27 Mar 14

Little Green Man says...

You can't have corned beef sandwiches with sauce! Mustard only and it has to be Colemans English of course :)
You can't have corned beef sandwiches with sauce! Mustard only and it has to be Colemans English of course :) Little Green Man
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11:43am Thu 27 Mar 14

legsman says...

Apparently it was decided by committee and most of the councillors waved it throughout on the vote without realising that there was no mustard option.
Apparently it was decided by committee and most of the councillors waved it throughout on the vote without realising that there was no mustard option. legsman
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12:31pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Always a 708 Skinhead says...

No mention of gravy then? KTC did suggest it was on the menu. Now where are those till receipts?

Tick tock
No mention of gravy then? KTC did suggest it was on the menu. Now where are those till receipts? Tick tock Always a 708 Skinhead
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