The big storm: Rain hits all of Essex, stronger winds on the way

Halstead Gazette: Weather latest: Warnings still in place for storms in Essex Weather latest: Warnings still in place for storms in Essex

HEAVY rain has now reached all of Essex and is set to continue for several hours.

Winds will strengthen after midnight.

Flooding and winds of 80mph could hit the region over the next few hours.

Emergency services are on standby in Essex and public transport chiefs have made changes to rail timetables to make allowances for predicted disruption.

Insurance companies have advised households to take steps to protect themselves and their property.

People should also establish evacuation plans, place valuable items upstairs to limit flood damage and ensure gutters are clear so water can drain away.

The storm has been named St Jude after the patron saint of lost causes, whose feast day is tomorrow.

The latest from the Met Office: A very intense low pressure system is forecast to run northeastwards across England and Wales early on Monday, bringing the potential for an exceptionally windy spell for southern parts of the UK.

At the same time, persistent, heavy rain could cause some surface water flooding, while the winds will lead to some very large waves around our coasts. There remains slight uncertainty in the timing, intensity and track of the low as well as the northern limit of the strongest winds.

However, the public should be prepared for the risk of falling trees as well as damage to buildings and other structures, bringing disruption to transport and power supplies. The public should also consider adjusting travel plans. This warning has been updated to bring forward the end time.

The public are advised to monitor the website for possible further updates.
The public is advised to take extra care.

 

This is the latest satellite image showing the storm heading to the UK

Halstead Gazette:

 

c2c has issued the following statement: Based on advice received by Network Rail regarding the strong storm expected overnight, c2c services will be suspended until at least 9am tomorrow. We therefore advise customers not to attempt to travel.

Once the storm has passed, we will be helping Network Rail to check the lines are clear and that no damage has been caused to the overhead wires that supply power.

We will then do our best to resume services as soon as possible, but this may be late morning at the earliest.

When we are able to resume train services, they may still be subject to disruption, short notice alteration and running at reduced speed.

Tickets purchased for travel tomorrow will be valid for travel on Tuesday.

Greater Anglia is cancelling rush-hour services tomorrow.

A spokeswoman said: “These plans are based on advise that high winds of up to 75mph are forecast across our region early on Monday morning. This presents a significant risk of falling trees/branches, damage to railway equipment and will severely limit our ability to safely and quickly respond to any incidents which may occur.

“We will be working with Network Rail throughout the night to ensure that the railway is open as soon as possible on Monday morning and that additional staff are deployed across the route.

“As soon as we are able we will run checks across all routes in order to ensure that services can run safely before we run any passenger services.”

A tree lining the A127 has been blown down, blocking the Dunton exit. Reader Joy Watkin sent us this picture 

Halstead Gazette:

Police are on the scene of the London-bound carriageway clearing the area.

Motorists are being asked to find alternative routes.

The tree was blown over shortly before 3.30pm as strong winds gain pace ahead of the predicted storm tonight.


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7:43am Sun 27 Oct 13

supermadmax says...

Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation. supermadmax
  • Score: -104

8:15am Sun 27 Oct 13

Bigmama1 says...

supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
I suppose you have proof that there has been a mass exodus for a weekend away? You are a sad person getting excited over an expected storm. I don't know your age but I can remember the 1987 storm clearly. I was at work when I received a telephone call from my neighbour telling me my chimney stack had gone through my roof. That was NOT exciting. IF you work, I trust you will go in?
[quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]I suppose you have proof that there has been a mass exodus for a weekend away? You are a sad person getting excited over an expected storm. I don't know your age but I can remember the 1987 storm clearly. I was at work when I received a telephone call from my neighbour telling me my chimney stack had gone through my roof. That was NOT exciting. IF you work, I trust you will go in? Bigmama1
  • Score: 56

8:52am Sun 27 Oct 13

supermadmax says...

Bigmama1 wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
I suppose you have proof that there has been a mass exodus for a weekend away? You are a sad person getting excited over an expected storm. I don't know your age but I can remember the 1987 storm clearly. I was at work when I received a telephone call from my neighbour telling me my chimney stack had gone through my roof. That was NOT exciting. IF you work, I trust you will go in?
See my first comment has go lots of thumbs down because I hit the nail on the head. Its the exact same with snow, people in this country think its an automatic day off! Its makes the UK a laughing stock !

If you not even mildly excited with the prospect of storm hitting despite it being constantly on all news forums for the past week then I suggest you are the "sad person". Excitement is linked to anticipation so its a natural response to feel either excited or scared ( to various degrees) about an unpredictable event. I'm not scared as I dont believe I will be in danger so I am looking forward to the storm and I hope its a goodun!

"I can remember the 1987 storm clearly" Oh Please ? Your not reminiscing over the Blitz ! Yes I was a little un and yes I remember it and yes I found that exciting aswell (although I remember being sad about someone dying, I think they were hit by a tree) Since then I have lived in various locations most notably for this story, in mid western usa (Ohio and briefly in Indiana) whilst there we would regularly get tornadoes, a warning would come on the news and we had to go into the basement (virtually every house has a basement as the best and largest room due to storms) It was great. I use to find that exciting aswell.
Then again if I was deeply mentally scarred like you appear to have been as a result of a storm in the 80's I to would be a little fearful, I guess Im just lucky I didnt experience a traumatic event like you , I mean your neighbour telling you that a chinmy fell through, you brave man, this week must have bough back some petrifying memories ?
[quote][p][bold]Bigmama1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]I suppose you have proof that there has been a mass exodus for a weekend away? You are a sad person getting excited over an expected storm. I don't know your age but I can remember the 1987 storm clearly. I was at work when I received a telephone call from my neighbour telling me my chimney stack had gone through my roof. That was NOT exciting. IF you work, I trust you will go in?[/p][/quote]See my first comment has go lots of thumbs down because I hit the nail on the head. Its the exact same with snow, people in this country think its an automatic day off! Its makes the UK a laughing stock ! If you not even mildly excited with the prospect of storm hitting despite it being constantly on all news forums for the past week then I suggest you are the "sad person". Excitement is linked to anticipation so its a natural response to feel either excited or scared ( to various degrees) about an unpredictable event. I'm not scared as I dont believe I will be in danger so I am looking forward to the storm and I hope its a goodun! "I can remember the 1987 storm clearly" Oh Please ? Your not reminiscing over the Blitz ! Yes I was a little un and yes I remember it and yes I found that exciting aswell (although I remember being sad about someone dying, I think they were hit by a tree) Since then I have lived in various locations most notably for this story, in mid western usa (Ohio and briefly in Indiana) whilst there we would regularly get tornadoes, a warning would come on the news and we had to go into the basement (virtually every house has a basement as the best and largest room due to storms) It was great. I use to find that exciting aswell. Then again if I was deeply mentally scarred like you appear to have been as a result of a storm in the 80's I to would be a little fearful, I guess Im just lucky I didnt experience a traumatic event like you , I mean your neighbour telling you that a chinmy fell through, you brave man, this week must have bough back some petrifying memories ? supermadmax
  • Score: -54

9:09am Sun 27 Oct 13

Noah4x4 says...

I can; with reasonable authority (having been a wind catastrophe derivative specialist) confirm that the image used by the Gazette is almost certainly that of the category three Hurricane Floyd just before it smashes into the US Gulf of Mexico coast states on September 16th 1999 causing $billions of damage. I was sheltering in an underground bunker in central Florida on that day.

If one like that hits an unprepared Essex; we are perhaps doomed!
I can; with reasonable authority (having been a wind catastrophe derivative specialist) confirm that the image used by the Gazette is almost certainly that of the category three Hurricane Floyd just before it smashes into the US Gulf of Mexico coast states on September 16th 1999 causing $billions of damage. I was sheltering in an underground bunker in central Florida on that day. If one like that hits an unprepared Essex; we are perhaps doomed! Noah4x4
  • Score: 17

9:34am Sun 27 Oct 13

pembury53 says...

supermadmax wrote:
Bigmama1 wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
I suppose you have proof that there has been a mass exodus for a weekend away? You are a sad person getting excited over an expected storm. I don't know your age but I can remember the 1987 storm clearly. I was at work when I received a telephone call from my neighbour telling me my chimney stack had gone through my roof. That was NOT exciting. IF you work, I trust you will go in?
See my first comment has go lots of thumbs down because I hit the nail on the head. Its the exact same with snow, people in this country think its an automatic day off! Its makes the UK a laughing stock !

If you not even mildly excited with the prospect of storm hitting despite it being constantly on all news forums for the past week then I suggest you are the "sad person". Excitement is linked to anticipation so its a natural response to feel either excited or scared ( to various degrees) about an unpredictable event. I'm not scared as I dont believe I will be in danger so I am looking forward to the storm and I hope its a goodun!

"I can remember the 1987 storm clearly" Oh Please ? Your not reminiscing over the Blitz ! Yes I was a little un and yes I remember it and yes I found that exciting aswell (although I remember being sad about someone dying, I think they were hit by a tree) Since then I have lived in various locations most notably for this story, in mid western usa (Ohio and briefly in Indiana) whilst there we would regularly get tornadoes, a warning would come on the news and we had to go into the basement (virtually every house has a basement as the best and largest room due to storms) It was great. I use to find that exciting aswell.
Then again if I was deeply mentally scarred like you appear to have been as a result of a storm in the 80's I to would be a little fearful, I guess Im just lucky I didnt experience a traumatic event like you , I mean your neighbour telling you that a chinmy fell through, you brave man, this week must have bough back some petrifying memories ?
thumbs up from me...... extreme weather is exciting and we don't get much of it here so you should enjoy the spectacle..... there will be some victims... chimneys down, trees on cars and a ton of fences gone, but that's life.....
[quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bigmama1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]I suppose you have proof that there has been a mass exodus for a weekend away? You are a sad person getting excited over an expected storm. I don't know your age but I can remember the 1987 storm clearly. I was at work when I received a telephone call from my neighbour telling me my chimney stack had gone through my roof. That was NOT exciting. IF you work, I trust you will go in?[/p][/quote]See my first comment has go lots of thumbs down because I hit the nail on the head. Its the exact same with snow, people in this country think its an automatic day off! Its makes the UK a laughing stock ! If you not even mildly excited with the prospect of storm hitting despite it being constantly on all news forums for the past week then I suggest you are the "sad person". Excitement is linked to anticipation so its a natural response to feel either excited or scared ( to various degrees) about an unpredictable event. I'm not scared as I dont believe I will be in danger so I am looking forward to the storm and I hope its a goodun! "I can remember the 1987 storm clearly" Oh Please ? Your not reminiscing over the Blitz ! Yes I was a little un and yes I remember it and yes I found that exciting aswell (although I remember being sad about someone dying, I think they were hit by a tree) Since then I have lived in various locations most notably for this story, in mid western usa (Ohio and briefly in Indiana) whilst there we would regularly get tornadoes, a warning would come on the news and we had to go into the basement (virtually every house has a basement as the best and largest room due to storms) It was great. I use to find that exciting aswell. Then again if I was deeply mentally scarred like you appear to have been as a result of a storm in the 80's I to would be a little fearful, I guess Im just lucky I didnt experience a traumatic event like you , I mean your neighbour telling you that a chinmy fell through, you brave man, this week must have bough back some petrifying memories ?[/p][/quote]thumbs up from me...... extreme weather is exciting and we don't get much of it here so you should enjoy the spectacle..... there will be some victims... chimneys down, trees on cars and a ton of fences gone, but that's life..... pembury53
  • Score: -5

9:35am Sun 27 Oct 13

Noah4x4 says...

I should perhaps add.....don't be alarmed (nor by my nickname Noah4x4!).

From its shape and track and the outline of the coastline depicted I am pretty sure that isn't Canvey Island that you can see in the Gazette's picture and it is Hurricane Floyd.

The predicted storms tonight should be trivial by comparison to Floyd; but still be prepared; as some structural damage is possible and some tree branches may be dislodged causing a nuisance. Injuries or worse are also possible at its peak. So still be careful. But the most likely impact is perhaps delays on the railway if they have to remove any fallen debris.
I should perhaps add.....don't be alarmed (nor by my nickname Noah4x4!). From its shape and track and the outline of the coastline depicted I am pretty sure that isn't Canvey Island that you can see in the Gazette's picture and it is Hurricane Floyd. The predicted storms tonight should be trivial by comparison to Floyd; but still be prepared; as some structural damage is possible and some tree branches may be dislodged causing a nuisance. Injuries or worse are also possible at its peak. So still be careful. But the most likely impact is perhaps delays on the railway if they have to remove any fallen debris. Noah4x4
  • Score: 9

9:35am Sun 27 Oct 13

sweetpea22 says...

supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
my hubby works at heathrow airport ......he drives 160miles round trip every day . in 1987 he worked a late shift and it took him 12 hours, yes 12 hours to get home to southend . he is doing an early shift today and has cancelled the booked overtime time which would have been a16 hour day. if he does not get to work on monday and is sacked( after 30 years service ) quite frankly i don't give a monkeys ......... i value my husbands life more than any job on this planet !!!! shame on you supermadmax!!!!
[quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]my hubby works at heathrow airport ......he drives 160miles round trip every day . in 1987 he worked a late shift and it took him 12 hours, yes 12 hours to get home to southend . he is doing an early shift today and has cancelled the booked overtime time which would have been a16 hour day. if he does not get to work on monday and is sacked( after 30 years service ) quite frankly i don't give a monkeys ......... i value my husbands life more than any job on this planet !!!! shame on you supermadmax!!!! sweetpea22
  • Score: 47

9:52am Sun 27 Oct 13

tomtheDJ says...

Its a funny old world, as we get air heads spouting rubbish plus this-
"Oh Please ? Your not reminiscing over the Blitz !"
then someone comes along with a calm sense of ease and makes the spouter look so silly with this-
"I can; with reasonable authority (having been a wind catastrophe derivative specialist) confirm that the image used by the Gazette is almost certainly that of the category three Hurricane Floyd just before it smashes into the US Gulf of Mexico coast states on September 16th 1999 causing $billions of damage."
from the demonstrated cluelesness of "supermadmax"
his foolishness towards older persons real life stories,
one can assume he has not quite grown up yet, sadly.....lol

I too slept through the `87 storm, only to find my drive into work blocked by many fallen trees and other storm clutter, but I made it,
to give out work duties for those in my charge as transport foreman in one of Londons biggest councils.

We of our generation just get on with things,
no matter what happens..

while others spout cr&p about happenings in there short outlook & life.
Its a funny old world, as we get air heads spouting rubbish plus this- "Oh Please ? Your not reminiscing over the Blitz !" then someone comes along with a calm sense of ease and makes the spouter look so silly with this- "I can; with reasonable authority (having been a wind catastrophe derivative specialist) confirm that the image used by the Gazette is almost certainly that of the category three Hurricane Floyd just before it smashes into the US Gulf of Mexico coast states on September 16th 1999 causing $billions of damage." from the demonstrated cluelesness of "supermadmax" his foolishness towards older persons real life stories, one can assume he has not quite grown up yet, sadly.....lol I too slept through the `87 storm, only to find my drive into work blocked by many fallen trees and other storm clutter, but I made it, to give out work duties for those in my charge as transport foreman in one of Londons biggest councils. We of our generation just get on with things, no matter what happens.. while others spout cr&p about happenings in there short outlook & life. tomtheDJ
  • Score: 4

10:00am Sun 27 Oct 13

Rob-C100 says...

160 miles a day??!! Why not get a job at Southend Airport?
160 miles a day??!! Why not get a job at Southend Airport? Rob-C100
  • Score: 7

10:36am Sun 27 Oct 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
Spot on, and don't let the usual lazy, mamby pamby, whingers, grind you down. Not only should they be sacked, but don't give them any dole. Those of you who have long commutes, simples, travel tonight, and sleep overnight in your car. THERE IS NEVER, EVER, AN EXCUSE.

As was said after the storm of '87, if it had happened a few hours later, during the rush hour, the death toll would not have been 19, but in the many hundreds. Those that are so bone idle that they want to get killed by a collapsing building just to skip work, or just can't be bothered to move out of the way of a falling tree, they must be first in the line for the chop, AND I REPEAT, NO DOLE!

But it won't work like that, will it? Oh no, not in commie Cameron's Britain, with all these gay, Islamist, Marxist, feminists, in charge. Oh no, these lazy, dead, scroungers, they'll be given a massive council house, a thousand pounds a week,, and then paid hundreds more for every next lazy, dead, scrounger, they'll reproduce, while I have to go out and work for a living. Why should I work all hours that god sends, just to pay for these shirkers? We've gone bloody soft in this country. It's political correctness gone mad.
[quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]Spot on, and don't let the usual lazy, mamby pamby, whingers, grind you down. Not only should they be sacked, but don't give them any dole. Those of you who have long commutes, simples, travel tonight, and sleep overnight in your car. THERE IS NEVER, EVER, AN EXCUSE. As was said after the storm of '87, if it had happened a few hours later, during the rush hour, the death toll would not have been 19, but in the many hundreds. Those that are so bone idle that they want to get killed by a collapsing building just to skip work, or just can't be bothered to move out of the way of a falling tree, they must be first in the line for the chop, AND I REPEAT, NO DOLE! But it won't work like that, will it? Oh no, not in commie Cameron's Britain, with all these gay, Islamist, Marxist, feminists, in charge. Oh no, these lazy, dead, scroungers, they'll be given a massive council house, a thousand pounds a week,, and then paid hundreds more for every next lazy, dead, scrounger, they'll reproduce, while I have to go out and work for a living. Why should I work all hours that god sends, just to pay for these shirkers? We've gone bloody soft in this country. It's political correctness gone mad. Mail Member 4 Colchester
  • Score: -21

10:37am Sun 27 Oct 13

Pragmaticus says...

Met Office currently predicting severe gale force 9 to violent storm force 11 with gusts in excess of hurricane force 12 between 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. That is more than enough to send a few roof tiles flying through the air and if one of those hits you it will put the smile on the other side of your face, literally. I have been at sea in weather like this and frankly I'd rather be out there than on land cos water isn't as hard as roof tiles. Anyone who goes out in this is frankly mad and stupid because people will DIE tomorrow morning..


http://www.iossc.org
.uk/weather/
Met Office currently predicting severe gale force 9 to violent storm force 11 with gusts in excess of hurricane force 12 between 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. That is more than enough to send a few roof tiles flying through the air and if one of those hits you it will put the smile on the other side of your face, literally. I have been at sea in weather like this and frankly I'd rather be out there than on land cos water isn't as hard as roof tiles. Anyone who goes out in this is frankly mad and stupid because people will DIE tomorrow morning.. http://www.iossc.org .uk/weather/ Pragmaticus
  • Score: 8

10:41am Sun 27 Oct 13

sweetpea22 says...

Rob-C100 wrote:
160 miles a day??!! Why not get a job at Southend Airport?
he used to..... straight out of school for 7 years, born and bred in southend , but unfortunately BA don't run services from southend airport ......he also would not get the wages given by some " local aircraft" companies and cannot afford to give up his well earned pension , but i hate that he has to do this journey every day , especially when constant overtime of 16 hours a day (without the journeys !!!) at least 2-3 times a week !! he never missed a day of work due to snow , but if this storm develops as predicted it is FAR more dangerous than the white stuff !! ..... he IS my hero !!!
[quote][p][bold]Rob-C100[/bold] wrote: 160 miles a day??!! Why not get a job at Southend Airport?[/p][/quote]he used to..... straight out of school for 7 years, born and bred in southend , but unfortunately BA don't run services from southend airport ......he also would not get the wages given by some " local aircraft" companies and cannot afford to give up his well earned pension , but i hate that he has to do this journey every day , especially when constant overtime of 16 hours a day (without the journeys !!!) at least 2-3 times a week !! he never missed a day of work due to snow , but if this storm develops as predicted it is FAR more dangerous than the white stuff !! ..... he IS my hero !!! sweetpea22
  • Score: 16

10:49am Sun 27 Oct 13

rootshallarmy says...

sweetpea22 wrote:
Rob-C100 wrote:
160 miles a day??!! Why not get a job at Southend Airport?
he used to..... straight out of school for 7 years, born and bred in southend , but unfortunately BA don't run services from southend airport ......he also would not get the wages given by some " local aircraft" companies and cannot afford to give up his well earned pension , but i hate that he has to do this journey every day , especially when constant overtime of 16 hours a day (without the journeys !!!) at least 2-3 times a week !! he never missed a day of work due to snow , but if this storm develops as predicted it is FAR more dangerous than the white stuff !! ..... he IS my hero !!!
"especially when constant overtime of 16 hours a day at least 2-3 times a week !! "

You make it sound like he is partaking in extra marital activities.
[quote][p][bold]sweetpea22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rob-C100[/bold] wrote: 160 miles a day??!! Why not get a job at Southend Airport?[/p][/quote]he used to..... straight out of school for 7 years, born and bred in southend , but unfortunately BA don't run services from southend airport ......he also would not get the wages given by some " local aircraft" companies and cannot afford to give up his well earned pension , but i hate that he has to do this journey every day , especially when constant overtime of 16 hours a day (without the journeys !!!) at least 2-3 times a week !! he never missed a day of work due to snow , but if this storm develops as predicted it is FAR more dangerous than the white stuff !! ..... he IS my hero !!![/p][/quote]"especially when constant overtime of 16 hours a day at least 2-3 times a week !! " You make it sound like he is partaking in extra marital activities. rootshallarmy
  • Score: 0

10:58am Sun 27 Oct 13

Pragmaticus says...

Take no notice of the trolls sweetpea, these sad individuals get their rocks off by upsetting people. And please stay indoors during the worst of the storm.
Take no notice of the trolls sweetpea, these sad individuals get their rocks off by upsetting people. And please stay indoors during the worst of the storm. Pragmaticus
  • Score: 24

11:17am Sun 27 Oct 13

Rich;'Carol says...

22 people died in the 1987 storms. lets hope it will break up before its classed as a hurricane
22 people died in the 1987 storms. lets hope it will break up before its classed as a hurricane Rich;'Carol
  • Score: 10

11:19am Sun 27 Oct 13

stackerman says...

Rob-C100 wrote:
160 miles a day??!! Why not get a job at Southend Airport?
you Muppet Rob i had to commute to Brighton from Colchester 6 days a week which is 220 mile round trip to travel to work so why de mean somebody who is doing there best ?
[quote][p][bold]Rob-C100[/bold] wrote: 160 miles a day??!! Why not get a job at Southend Airport?[/p][/quote]you Muppet Rob i had to commute to Brighton from Colchester 6 days a week which is 220 mile round trip to travel to work so why de mean somebody who is doing there best ? stackerman
  • Score: 14

11:36am Sun 27 Oct 13

Pragmaticus says...

Rich;'Carol wrote:
22 people died in the 1987 storms. lets hope it will break up before its classed as a hurricane
Hurricanes are tropical revolving storms, we don't get them here but we almost certainly will get gusts of hurricane f12.
[quote][p][bold]Rich;'Carol[/bold] wrote: 22 people died in the 1987 storms. lets hope it will break up before its classed as a hurricane[/p][/quote]Hurricanes are tropical revolving storms, we don't get them here but we almost certainly will get gusts of hurricane f12. Pragmaticus
  • Score: 0

12:14pm Sun 27 Oct 13

irememberwhen says...

Bit of a dramatic picture for the breeze that will occur tomorrow - picture pulled of off google was it.......=]
Bit of a dramatic picture for the breeze that will occur tomorrow - picture pulled of off google was it.......=] irememberwhen
  • Score: 2

12:24pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Agelink says...

36 mph winds predicted for Colchester, Clacton & Harwich tomorrow morning, We have nothing to worry about. A normal boring day i'm afraid.
36 mph winds predicted for Colchester, Clacton & Harwich tomorrow morning, We have nothing to worry about. A normal boring day i'm afraid. Agelink
  • Score: 5

12:27pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Biker One says...

Check out the following satellite imagery link.
http://www.yr.no/sat
ellitt/europa_animas
jon.html
What you see is an anticlockwise rotating low pressure area to the NW of Ireland. This low is in the polar air mass. The disorganised mess below that is the equatorial air mass. As the sequence moves on you can see a seperation and approaching mid-day today you can see to the far west a clear line developing between the two. This is the location of the jet stream.
Now, as the jet tracks into the east it gets squeezed between two low pressure areas, the big one to the north west and a smaller one to the south west. It's the smaller one that's gonna be the problem.
I suspect as the jet moves further eastwards (later than when I have posted this) the straight line forming to the west will become more clearly defined.
The difference between this system and a Hurricane is that the latter is powered by warm seas, and generally dies overland. This storm is a unique situation, combing the jetstream and low and high pressure areas to create the squeeze and produce the subsequent high winds. It will not die overland but will track across the UK to threaten countries across the channel.
And if you're thinking that was a cut and paste job, no I didn't google that, meteorology is a hobby of mine.
Stay safe all!!
Check out the following satellite imagery link. http://www.yr.no/sat ellitt/europa_animas jon.html What you see is an anticlockwise rotating low pressure area to the NW of Ireland. This low is in the polar air mass. The disorganised mess below that is the equatorial air mass. As the sequence moves on you can see a seperation and approaching mid-day today you can see to the far west a clear line developing between the two. This is the location of the jet stream. Now, as the jet tracks into the east it gets squeezed between two low pressure areas, the big one to the north west and a smaller one to the south west. It's the smaller one that's gonna be the problem. I suspect as the jet moves further eastwards (later than when I have posted this) the straight line forming to the west will become more clearly defined. The difference between this system and a Hurricane is that the latter is powered by warm seas, and generally dies overland. This storm is a unique situation, combing the jetstream and low and high pressure areas to create the squeeze and produce the subsequent high winds. It will not die overland but will track across the UK to threaten countries across the channel. And if you're thinking that was a cut and paste job, no I didn't google that, meteorology is a hobby of mine. Stay safe all!! Biker One
  • Score: 2

12:31pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Agelink says...

Biker One wrote:
Check out the following satellite imagery link.
http://www.yr.no/sat

ellitt/europa_animas

jon.html
What you see is an anticlockwise rotating low pressure area to the NW of Ireland. This low is in the polar air mass. The disorganised mess below that is the equatorial air mass. As the sequence moves on you can see a seperation and approaching mid-day today you can see to the far west a clear line developing between the two. This is the location of the jet stream.
Now, as the jet tracks into the east it gets squeezed between two low pressure areas, the big one to the north west and a smaller one to the south west. It's the smaller one that's gonna be the problem.
I suspect as the jet moves further eastwards (later than when I have posted this) the straight line forming to the west will become more clearly defined.
The difference between this system and a Hurricane is that the latter is powered by warm seas, and generally dies overland. This storm is a unique situation, combing the jetstream and low and high pressure areas to create the squeeze and produce the subsequent high winds. It will not die overland but will track across the UK to threaten countries across the channel.
And if you're thinking that was a cut and paste job, no I didn't google that, meteorology is a hobby of mine.
Stay safe all!!
36 mph winds, stay safe????? i will.
[quote][p][bold]Biker One[/bold] wrote: Check out the following satellite imagery link. http://www.yr.no/sat ellitt/europa_animas jon.html What you see is an anticlockwise rotating low pressure area to the NW of Ireland. This low is in the polar air mass. The disorganised mess below that is the equatorial air mass. As the sequence moves on you can see a seperation and approaching mid-day today you can see to the far west a clear line developing between the two. This is the location of the jet stream. Now, as the jet tracks into the east it gets squeezed between two low pressure areas, the big one to the north west and a smaller one to the south west. It's the smaller one that's gonna be the problem. I suspect as the jet moves further eastwards (later than when I have posted this) the straight line forming to the west will become more clearly defined. The difference between this system and a Hurricane is that the latter is powered by warm seas, and generally dies overland. This storm is a unique situation, combing the jetstream and low and high pressure areas to create the squeeze and produce the subsequent high winds. It will not die overland but will track across the UK to threaten countries across the channel. And if you're thinking that was a cut and paste job, no I didn't google that, meteorology is a hobby of mine. Stay safe all!![/p][/quote]36 mph winds, stay safe????? i will. Agelink
  • Score: 0

1:23pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
[quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence. Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 17

1:27pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Pragmaticus says...

Then you are a fool Agelink. I repeat ...
.
The Met Office is currently predicting severe gale force 9 to violent storm force 11 with gusts in excess of hurricane force 12 between 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. That is more than enough to send a few roof tiles flying through the air and if one of those hits you it will put the smile on the other side of your face, literally. I have been at sea in weather like this and frankly I'd rather be out there than on land cos water isn't as hard as roof tiles. Anyone who goes out in this is frankly mad and stupid because people will DIE tomorrow morning..
.
http://www.iossc.org
.uk/weather/
.
High five Biker One, we sailors also follow the weather very closely.
Then you are a fool Agelink. I repeat ... . The Met Office is currently predicting severe gale force 9 to violent storm force 11 with gusts in excess of hurricane force 12 between 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. That is more than enough to send a few roof tiles flying through the air and if one of those hits you it will put the smile on the other side of your face, literally. I have been at sea in weather like this and frankly I'd rather be out there than on land cos water isn't as hard as roof tiles. Anyone who goes out in this is frankly mad and stupid because people will DIE tomorrow morning.. . http://www.iossc.org .uk/weather/ . High five Biker One, we sailors also follow the weather very closely. Pragmaticus
  • Score: -2

1:31pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
That said, according to some unintelligent individuals, people who fail to make it into work tomorrow because of the adverse weather, should be sacked.
[quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]That said, according to some unintelligent individuals, people who fail to make it into work tomorrow because of the adverse weather, should be sacked. Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 0

1:44pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

Some people are just missing the important point here, while it might all seem very exciting for those that dont really have much excitement in their lives, other sensible people will do the right thing and stay at home. Spare a thought for those who risking their lives to rescue others, those deciding to take unnecessary risks by travelling in the predicted conditions also put emergency service personnel lives at risk as they are the ones that will have no choice but to go out and rescue these people.
So think before travelling and dont travel just for the hell of it, try finding something else to excite that single brain cell so evident with some posters on here..
Some people are just missing the important point here, while it might all seem very exciting for those that dont really have much excitement in their lives, other sensible people will do the right thing and stay at home. Spare a thought for those who risking their lives to rescue others, those deciding to take unnecessary risks by travelling in the predicted conditions also put emergency service personnel lives at risk as they are the ones that will have no choice but to go out and rescue these people. So think before travelling and dont travel just for the hell of it, try finding something else to excite that single brain cell so evident with some posters on here.. iknowbetter
  • Score: 15

1:46pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Rob-C100 says...

220-miles every day - I think I prefer being a muppet whilst working from home................
.
220-miles every day - I think I prefer being a muppet whilst working from home................ . Rob-C100
  • Score: -1

1:52pm Sun 27 Oct 13

DogsMessInLeigh says...

1.52 pm Wind has picked up in Leigh..my hat just blew off, but its ok i got it back.
1.52 pm Wind has picked up in Leigh..my hat just blew off, but its ok i got it back. DogsMessInLeigh
  • Score: 18

1:52pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

iknowbetter wrote:
Some people are just missing the important point here, while it might all seem very exciting for those that dont really have much excitement in their lives, other sensible people will do the right thing and stay at home. Spare a thought for those who risking their lives to rescue others, those deciding to take unnecessary risks by travelling in the predicted conditions also put emergency service personnel lives at risk as they are the ones that will have no choice but to go out and rescue these people.
So think before travelling and dont travel just for the hell of it, try finding something else to excite that single brain cell so evident with some posters on here..
Which is the exact advice David Cameron has given. He's not the most credible of people, but thankfully employers will be taking his advice rather than take notice of a handful of morons on websites calling for people to be sacked because they fail to show for work tomorrow.
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: Some people are just missing the important point here, while it might all seem very exciting for those that dont really have much excitement in their lives, other sensible people will do the right thing and stay at home. Spare a thought for those who risking their lives to rescue others, those deciding to take unnecessary risks by travelling in the predicted conditions also put emergency service personnel lives at risk as they are the ones that will have no choice but to go out and rescue these people. So think before travelling and dont travel just for the hell of it, try finding something else to excite that single brain cell so evident with some posters on here..[/p][/quote]Which is the exact advice David Cameron has given. He's not the most credible of people, but thankfully employers will be taking his advice rather than take notice of a handful of morons on websites calling for people to be sacked because they fail to show for work tomorrow. Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 5

2:06pm Sun 27 Oct 13

ganjaman says...

Really looking forward to this storm, mother nature at its best. If we die in the storm so be it. Obviously our time was up.
Really looking forward to this storm, mother nature at its best. If we die in the storm so be it. Obviously our time was up. ganjaman
  • Score: -6

2:16pm Sun 27 Oct 13

pembury53 says...

DogsMessInLeigh wrote:
1.52 pm Wind has picked up in Leigh..my hat just blew off, but its ok i got it back.
LOL... brilliant
[quote][p][bold]DogsMessInLeigh[/bold] wrote: 1.52 pm Wind has picked up in Leigh..my hat just blew off, but its ok i got it back.[/p][/quote]LOL... brilliant pembury53
  • Score: 13

2:16pm Sun 27 Oct 13

supermadmax says...

Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
[quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont). supermadmax
  • Score: -11

2:24pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Agelink says...

Pragmaticus wrote:
Then you are a fool Agelink. I repeat ...
.
The Met Office is currently predicting severe gale force 9 to violent storm force 11 with gusts in excess of hurricane force 12 between 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. That is more than enough to send a few roof tiles flying through the air and if one of those hits you it will put the smile on the other side of your face, literally. I have been at sea in weather like this and frankly I'd rather be out there than on land cos water isn't as hard as roof tiles. Anyone who goes out in this is frankly mad and stupid because people will DIE tomorrow morning..
.
http://www.iossc.org

.uk/weather/
.
High five Biker One, we sailors also follow the weather very closely.
You may call me a fool, as always there is massive hype over what 'THE MET OFFICE'. When have they ever got it wright! ooh people die every day, mainly through stupid errors of their own or by others.
[quote][p][bold]Pragmaticus[/bold] wrote: Then you are a fool Agelink. I repeat ... . The Met Office is currently predicting severe gale force 9 to violent storm force 11 with gusts in excess of hurricane force 12 between 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. That is more than enough to send a few roof tiles flying through the air and if one of those hits you it will put the smile on the other side of your face, literally. I have been at sea in weather like this and frankly I'd rather be out there than on land cos water isn't as hard as roof tiles. Anyone who goes out in this is frankly mad and stupid because people will DIE tomorrow morning.. . http://www.iossc.org .uk/weather/ . High five Biker One, we sailors also follow the weather very closely.[/p][/quote]You may call me a fool, as always there is massive hype over what 'THE MET OFFICE'. When have they ever got it wright! ooh people die every day, mainly through stupid errors of their own or by others. Agelink
  • Score: -3

2:30pm Sun 27 Oct 13

The Macduffian says...

Just to let you all know lovely afternoon up here, shame the gentle breeze you are going to get gets so newsworthy, if it occurred up here it would not get a mention, for your information 142 mph was recorded in 1989 at sea level just down the road at Fraserburgh, , anyway everybody keep safe, put all your outside stuff away, saves wheelie bins flying everywhere, and let the panic stories keep coming
Just to let you all know lovely afternoon up here, shame the gentle breeze you are going to get gets so newsworthy, if it occurred up here it would not get a mention, for your information 142 mph was recorded in 1989 at sea level just down the road at Fraserburgh, , anyway everybody keep safe, put all your outside stuff away, saves wheelie bins flying everywhere, and let the panic stories keep coming The Macduffian
  • Score: 4

2:33pm Sun 27 Oct 13

supermadmax says...

The Macduffian wrote:
Just to let you all know lovely afternoon up here, shame the gentle breeze you are going to get gets so newsworthy, if it occurred up here it would not get a mention, for your information 142 mph was recorded in 1989 at sea level just down the road at Fraserburgh, , anyway everybody keep safe, put all your outside stuff away, saves wheelie bins flying everywhere, and let the panic stories keep coming
Haha Scotland says we are only talking about the storm because it impacts the south east. Then they shouted 'I hate you' and slammed their bedroom door.
[quote][p][bold]The Macduffian[/bold] wrote: Just to let you all know lovely afternoon up here, shame the gentle breeze you are going to get gets so newsworthy, if it occurred up here it would not get a mention, for your information 142 mph was recorded in 1989 at sea level just down the road at Fraserburgh, , anyway everybody keep safe, put all your outside stuff away, saves wheelie bins flying everywhere, and let the panic stories keep coming[/p][/quote]Haha Scotland says we are only talking about the storm because it impacts the south east. Then they shouted 'I hate you' and slammed their bedroom door. supermadmax
  • Score: 7

2:35pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

pembury53 wrote:
DogsMessInLeigh wrote:
1.52 pm Wind has picked up in Leigh..my hat just blew off, but its ok i got it back.
LOL... brilliant
Thankfully, people won't be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense.
[quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DogsMessInLeigh[/bold] wrote: 1.52 pm Wind has picked up in Leigh..my hat just blew off, but its ok i got it back.[/p][/quote]LOL... brilliant[/p][/quote]Thankfully, people won't be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: -12

2:37pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
[quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head. Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: -4

2:39pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Agelink says...

Look at you all :-) getting so excited Lol
Look at you all :-) getting so excited Lol Agelink
  • Score: 1

2:40pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

Agelink wrote:
Look at you all :-) getting so excited Lol
This is better than Elaine Paige on Radio 2 ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: Look at you all :-) getting so excited Lol[/p][/quote]This is better than Elaine Paige on Radio 2 ;-) Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 1

2:42pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
[quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!! iknowbetter
  • Score: 0

2:45pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
Which explains his idiocy!
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!![/p][/quote]Which explains his idiocy! Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 1

2:45pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Agelink says...

Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
Agelink wrote:
Look at you all :-) getting so excited Lol
This is better than Elaine Paige on Radio 2 ;-)
LOL, Nice :-)
[quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: Look at you all :-) getting so excited Lol[/p][/quote]This is better than Elaine Paige on Radio 2 ;-)[/p][/quote]LOL, Nice :-) Agelink
  • Score: 0

2:48pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
Which explains his idiocy!
Delusional is a more appropriate word!!
[quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!![/p][/quote]Which explains his idiocy![/p][/quote]Delusional is a more appropriate word!! iknowbetter
  • Score: 3

2:51pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Agelink says...

iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
Which explains his idiocy!
Delusional is a more appropriate word!!
Ha, Genius!
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!![/p][/quote]Which explains his idiocy![/p][/quote]Delusional is a more appropriate word!![/p][/quote]Ha, Genius! Agelink
  • Score: -1

2:53pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

He's clearly the Sunday pub bore.
He's clearly the Sunday pub bore. Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 4

2:57pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
He's clearly the Sunday pub bore.
I wouldnt even credit him with that!!!
[quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: He's clearly the Sunday pub bore.[/p][/quote]I wouldnt even credit him with that!!! iknowbetter
  • Score: 4

2:59pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

Well, when the moron commutes to work tomorrow and a tree falls on top of him, he can't accuse us of saying "we told you so".
Well, when the moron commutes to work tomorrow and a tree falls on top of him, he can't accuse us of saying "we told you so". Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 3

3:02pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Agelink says...

A big tree for a big head....
A big tree for a big head.... Agelink
  • Score: 2

3:04pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

Or a pile of bricks off a chimney stack!
Or a pile of bricks off a chimney stack! Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 0

3:05pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

Agelink wrote:
A big tree for a big head....
"big head" Seems like a waste of space to me. after all what would someone with one brain cell want a large head for?
[quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: A big tree for a big head....[/p][/quote]"big head" Seems like a waste of space to me. after all what would someone with one brain cell want a large head for? iknowbetter
  • Score: 4

3:08pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Agelink says...

I've a question for you all.

Do you think THE MET OFFICE has got it wright? (for the first time)
or is it a typical british hype up?
I've a question for you all. Do you think THE MET OFFICE has got it wright? (for the first time) or is it a typical british hype up? Agelink
  • Score: 1

3:08pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

iknowbetter wrote:
Agelink wrote:
A big tree for a big head....
"big head" Seems like a waste of space to me. after all what would someone with one brain cell want a large head for?
Doh!! I got it, its to accommodate his big MOUTH!!
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: A big tree for a big head....[/p][/quote]"big head" Seems like a waste of space to me. after all what would someone with one brain cell want a large head for?[/p][/quote]Doh!! I got it, its to accommodate his big MOUTH!! iknowbetter
  • Score: 2

3:12pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

Agelink wrote:
I've a question for you all.

Do you think THE MET OFFICE has got it wright? (for the first time)
or is it a typical british hype up?
I think they should ask Steve or Matthew Wright ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: I've a question for you all. Do you think THE MET OFFICE has got it wright? (for the first time) or is it a typical british hype up?[/p][/quote]I think they should ask Steve or Matthew Wright ;-) Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 1

3:23pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

Agelink wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
Which explains his idiocy!
Delusional is a more appropriate word!!
Ha, Genius!
Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER!

And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here.

THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.
[quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!![/p][/quote]Which explains his idiocy![/p][/quote]Delusional is a more appropriate word!![/p][/quote]Ha, Genius![/p][/quote]Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER! And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here. THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I. Mail Member 4 Colchester
  • Score: -9

3:33pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
Agelink wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
Which explains his idiocy!
Delusional is a more appropriate word!!
Ha, Genius!
Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER!

And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here.

THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.
By the way, that was addressed to the highly intelligent, completely sane, marvellous, extraordinary, witty, and good looking, Super Mad Max.
[quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!![/p][/quote]Which explains his idiocy![/p][/quote]Delusional is a more appropriate word!![/p][/quote]Ha, Genius![/p][/quote]Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER! And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here. THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.[/p][/quote]By the way, that was addressed to the highly intelligent, completely sane, marvellous, extraordinary, witty, and good looking, Super Mad Max. Mail Member 4 Colchester
  • Score: -6

3:34pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

What has the weather got to do with the unemployed? :-/
What has the weather got to do with the unemployed? :-/ Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 10

3:34pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
Agelink wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
Which explains his idiocy!
Delusional is a more appropriate word!!
Ha, Genius!
Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER!

And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here.

THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.
Every Village has one!!!
[quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!![/p][/quote]Which explains his idiocy![/p][/quote]Delusional is a more appropriate word!![/p][/quote]Ha, Genius![/p][/quote]Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER! And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here. THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.[/p][/quote]Every Village has one!!! iknowbetter
  • Score: 5

3:36pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Agelink says...

iknowbetter wrote:
Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
Agelink wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
Which explains his idiocy!
Delusional is a more appropriate word!!
Ha, Genius!
Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER!

And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here.

THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.
Every Village has one!!!
LOL, i heard it all now.....
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!![/p][/quote]Which explains his idiocy![/p][/quote]Delusional is a more appropriate word!![/p][/quote]Ha, Genius![/p][/quote]Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER! And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here. THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.[/p][/quote]Every Village has one!!![/p][/quote]LOL, i heard it all now..... Agelink
  • Score: 1

3:43pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
Agelink wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
Which explains his idiocy!
Delusional is a more appropriate word!!
Ha, Genius!
Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER!

And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here.

THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.
By the way, that was addressed to the highly intelligent, completely sane, marvellous, extraordinary, witty, and good looking, Super Mad Max.
Gasp!! Not the supermadmax, the sort of person that blames an old granny for getting the sh*t kicked out of her by some hard up mugger, all because she dared to have £5 in her purse. Not that supermadmax surely!!
[quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!![/p][/quote]Which explains his idiocy![/p][/quote]Delusional is a more appropriate word!![/p][/quote]Ha, Genius![/p][/quote]Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER! And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here. THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.[/p][/quote]By the way, that was addressed to the highly intelligent, completely sane, marvellous, extraordinary, witty, and good looking, Super Mad Max.[/p][/quote]Gasp!! Not the supermadmax, the sort of person that blames an old granny for getting the sh*t kicked out of her by some hard up mugger, all because she dared to have £5 in her purse. Not that supermadmax surely!! iknowbetter
  • Score: 1

3:43pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

iknowbetter wrote:
Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
Agelink wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
Which explains his idiocy!
Delusional is a more appropriate word!!
Ha, Genius!
Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER!

And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here.

THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.
Every Village has one!!!
Indeed. The moron who made the first post on this thread, for example!
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!![/p][/quote]Which explains his idiocy![/p][/quote]Delusional is a more appropriate word!![/p][/quote]Ha, Genius![/p][/quote]Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER! And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here. THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.[/p][/quote]Every Village has one!!![/p][/quote]Indeed. The moron who made the first post on this thread, for example! Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 4

3:44pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Blind Haze says...

I'm thinking of having a barbecue tonight - anyone fancy joining me on the patio for a burger and beer?

Ps - no vegetarians.
I'm thinking of having a barbecue tonight - anyone fancy joining me on the patio for a burger and beer? Ps - no vegetarians. Blind Haze
  • Score: 8

3:46pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
Agelink wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
Which explains his idiocy!
Delusional is a more appropriate word!!
Ha, Genius!
Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER!

And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here.

THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.
Every Village has one!!!
Indeed. The moron who made the first post on this thread, for example!
Indeed!!
[quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!![/p][/quote]Which explains his idiocy![/p][/quote]Delusional is a more appropriate word!![/p][/quote]Ha, Genius![/p][/quote]Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER! And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here. THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.[/p][/quote]Every Village has one!!![/p][/quote]Indeed. The moron who made the first post on this thread, for example![/p][/quote]Indeed!! iknowbetter
  • Score: 3

3:47pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Pragmaticus says...

Agelink wrote:
Pragmaticus wrote:
Then you are a fool Agelink. I repeat ...
.
The Met Office is currently predicting severe gale force 9 to violent storm force 11 with gusts in excess of hurricane force 12 between 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. That is more than enough to send a few roof tiles flying through the air and if one of those hits you it will put the smile on the other side of your face, literally. I have been at sea in weather like this and frankly I'd rather be out there than on land cos water isn't as hard as roof tiles. Anyone who goes out in this is frankly mad and stupid because people will DIE tomorrow morning..
.
http://www.iossc.org


.uk/weather/
.
High five Biker One, we sailors also follow the weather very closely.
You may call me a fool, as always there is massive hype over what 'THE MET OFFICE'. When have they ever got it wright! ooh people die every day, mainly through stupid errors of their own or by others.
You ARE a fool Agelink. I have been an offshore sailor for half a century and we have seen weather forecasts go from near guesswork to a fine science. The Met Office admit they still find it hard to forecast exactly what will fall out of the sky but their forecasts for wind levels are usually spot on now especially for this close to the event itself. Watch out for the flying corrugated and roof tiles, ha ha
[quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pragmaticus[/bold] wrote: Then you are a fool Agelink. I repeat ... . The Met Office is currently predicting severe gale force 9 to violent storm force 11 with gusts in excess of hurricane force 12 between 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. That is more than enough to send a few roof tiles flying through the air and if one of those hits you it will put the smile on the other side of your face, literally. I have been at sea in weather like this and frankly I'd rather be out there than on land cos water isn't as hard as roof tiles. Anyone who goes out in this is frankly mad and stupid because people will DIE tomorrow morning.. . http://www.iossc.org .uk/weather/ . High five Biker One, we sailors also follow the weather very closely.[/p][/quote]You may call me a fool, as always there is massive hype over what 'THE MET OFFICE'. When have they ever got it wright! ooh people die every day, mainly through stupid errors of their own or by others.[/p][/quote]You ARE a fool Agelink. I have been an offshore sailor for half a century and we have seen weather forecasts go from near guesswork to a fine science. The Met Office admit they still find it hard to forecast exactly what will fall out of the sky but their forecasts for wind levels are usually spot on now especially for this close to the event itself. Watch out for the flying corrugated and roof tiles, ha ha Pragmaticus
  • Score: 2

3:48pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

Blind Haze wrote:
I'm thinking of having a barbecue tonight - anyone fancy joining me on the patio for a burger and beer?

Ps - no vegetarians.
I think it might rain, I have a gazebo you can borrow!!
[quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: I'm thinking of having a barbecue tonight - anyone fancy joining me on the patio for a burger and beer? Ps - no vegetarians.[/p][/quote]I think it might rain, I have a gazebo you can borrow!! iknowbetter
  • Score: 4

3:51pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Blind Haze says...

Pragmaticus wrote:
Agelink wrote:
Pragmaticus wrote:
Then you are a fool Agelink. I repeat ...
.
The Met Office is currently predicting severe gale force 9 to violent storm force 11 with gusts in excess of hurricane force 12 between 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. That is more than enough to send a few roof tiles flying through the air and if one of those hits you it will put the smile on the other side of your face, literally. I have been at sea in weather like this and frankly I'd rather be out there than on land cos water isn't as hard as roof tiles. Anyone who goes out in this is frankly mad and stupid because people will DIE tomorrow morning..
.
http://www.iossc.org



.uk/weather/
.
High five Biker One, we sailors also follow the weather very closely.
You may call me a fool, as always there is massive hype over what 'THE MET OFFICE'. When have they ever got it wright! ooh people die every day, mainly through stupid errors of their own or by others.
You ARE a fool Agelink. I have been an offshore sailor for half a century and we have seen weather forecasts go from near guesswork to a fine science. The Met Office admit they still find it hard to forecast exactly what will fall out of the sky but their forecasts for wind levels are usually spot on now especially for this close to the event itself. Watch out for the flying corrugated and roof tiles, ha ha
If you sail into international waters then there's no one to stop you smoking your wacky baccy.
[quote][p][bold]Pragmaticus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pragmaticus[/bold] wrote: Then you are a fool Agelink. I repeat ... . The Met Office is currently predicting severe gale force 9 to violent storm force 11 with gusts in excess of hurricane force 12 between 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. That is more than enough to send a few roof tiles flying through the air and if one of those hits you it will put the smile on the other side of your face, literally. I have been at sea in weather like this and frankly I'd rather be out there than on land cos water isn't as hard as roof tiles. Anyone who goes out in this is frankly mad and stupid because people will DIE tomorrow morning.. . http://www.iossc.org .uk/weather/ . High five Biker One, we sailors also follow the weather very closely.[/p][/quote]You may call me a fool, as always there is massive hype over what 'THE MET OFFICE'. When have they ever got it wright! ooh people die every day, mainly through stupid errors of their own or by others.[/p][/quote]You ARE a fool Agelink. I have been an offshore sailor for half a century and we have seen weather forecasts go from near guesswork to a fine science. The Met Office admit they still find it hard to forecast exactly what will fall out of the sky but their forecasts for wind levels are usually spot on now especially for this close to the event itself. Watch out for the flying corrugated and roof tiles, ha ha[/p][/quote]If you sail into international waters then there's no one to stop you smoking your wacky baccy. Blind Haze
  • Score: 0

3:53pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

I need help, about an hour ago I sent my Son out with his stunt kite and he hasnt come home!! do you think I should call the Police? I'm worried he might of had it stolen by some big kids and he is frightened to come home and tell me!!
I need help, about an hour ago I sent my Son out with his stunt kite and he hasnt come home!! do you think I should call the Police? I'm worried he might of had it stolen by some big kids and he is frightened to come home and tell me!! iknowbetter
  • Score: 1

3:55pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Blind Haze says...

iknowbetter wrote:
Blind Haze wrote:
I'm thinking of having a barbecue tonight - anyone fancy joining me on the patio for a burger and beer?

Ps - no vegetarians.
I think it might rain, I have a gazebo you can borrow!!
I've not seen the forecast so don't know about that but I have some patio heaters if needs be.

I'll get the missus to prep the salad and bake some rolls - whilst she's doing that, we can get a sharpener in the pub. They've just done up the beer garden so we can catch some rays too.
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Blind Haze[/bold] wrote: I'm thinking of having a barbecue tonight - anyone fancy joining me on the patio for a burger and beer? Ps - no vegetarians.[/p][/quote]I think it might rain, I have a gazebo you can borrow!![/p][/quote]I've not seen the forecast so don't know about that but I have some patio heaters if needs be. I'll get the missus to prep the salad and bake some rolls - whilst she's doing that, we can get a sharpener in the pub. They've just done up the beer garden so we can catch some rays too. Blind Haze
  • Score: 3

4:22pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

iknowbetter wrote:
Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
Agelink wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Haha I love sunday session on the Echo.

Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point.
Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services.

Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ?

Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments.

To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).
Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris.

Something could hit you on the head.
I think something already has!!!
Which explains his idiocy!
Delusional is a more appropriate word!!
Ha, Genius!
Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER!

And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here.

THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.
By the way, that was addressed to the highly intelligent, completely sane, marvellous, extraordinary, witty, and good looking, Super Mad Max.
Gasp!! Not the supermadmax, the sort of person that blames an old granny for getting the sh*t kicked out of her by some hard up mugger, all because she dared to have £5 in her purse. Not that supermadmax surely!!
HE'S CLEARLY AS SANE AS I AM (places underpants on head and sticks a pencil in each nostril).
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Agelink[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Haha I love sunday session on the Echo. Its widely agreed that the less smart among us resort to insults when they lack the wit to construct a valid response illustrating their point. Its seems to me like you have already planned your day's 'holiday' ? I hope you are sacked if you fail to attend work unless their is a genuine safety risk confirmed by official advise to stay at home by the emergency services. Do you have any proof of your false claims that "David Cameron today warned people to stay at home" ? Alternatively would you please admit that you have made it up ? Well done to Pembury, Mail and the others for your sensible comments. To reiterate I looking forward to it and I hope that any one who fails to attend work is sacked with immediate effect unless official advise tells people to stay at home (which is wont).[/p][/quote]Thankfully no one will be taking any notice of your mundane nonsense. Be careful when commuting to work tomorrow, and watch out for those falling trees and flying debris. Something could hit you on the head.[/p][/quote]I think something already has!!![/p][/quote]Which explains his idiocy![/p][/quote]Delusional is a more appropriate word!![/p][/quote]Ha, Genius![/p][/quote]Thank-you, there's no fooling you, not like all these Muslim loving, mamby pamby, trendy, liberal-lefties. They're just a lazy bunch of worthless free-loaders, wanting the day off. As you SACK THEM! AND NO DOLE EITHER! And what's the point of dole, either? The unemployed are all lazy, bone-idle, scroungers, living off my money. I'm bloody sick of it. Unemployment figures are just a measure of laziness, like all this I'm not going to work in 80MPH winds, nonsense. Wasn't like this in the 80s (not in the south, though that's when all the northerners first got lazy), when people got to work through a hurricane, and hardly anybody died. Now, bloody laziness everywhere (even in the south). As said (AND THANKS FOR AGREEING ABOUT THIS 'SENSIBLE' POINT ON DEAD SCROUNGERS), it's so ridiculous, you'll have people dying tomorrow, because they're too lazy to get out of the way of a falling tree. And we know what will happen then, don't we (AS YOU SAY, THIS IS JUST SO 'SENSIBLE')? These dead will then get benefits, be given a massive 53 bedroom council house, a thousand pound a week in welfare, hundreds more for every dead scrounger offspring they reproduce, and then free counselling for all the trauma caused by their death, because they were too lazy to get out of the way of the tree. And who's bloody paying for it? Us taxpayers, it makes me so angry, it's bloody political correctness gone mad. We're too soft in this country, and I've had it up to here. THANK-YOU, I'M SO GLAD SOMEONE CAN SPOT A 'SENSIBLE' COMMENT. WE'RE CLEARLY NOT MAD, YOU AND I.[/p][/quote]By the way, that was addressed to the highly intelligent, completely sane, marvellous, extraordinary, witty, and good looking, Super Mad Max.[/p][/quote]Gasp!! Not the supermadmax, the sort of person that blames an old granny for getting the sh*t kicked out of her by some hard up mugger, all because she dared to have £5 in her purse. Not that supermadmax surely!![/p][/quote]HE'S CLEARLY AS SANE AS I AM (places underpants on head and sticks a pencil in each nostril). Mail Member 4 Colchester
  • Score: 2

5:07pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Colonel Kurtz says...

Lets not get hysterical about it. Certainly not a hurricaine. BBC still says winds only 19mph on Monday. Hardly worth worrying about.
Lets not get hysterical about it. Certainly not a hurricaine. BBC still says winds only 19mph on Monday. Hardly worth worrying about. Colonel Kurtz
  • Score: 0

5:34pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

Colonel Kurtz wrote:
Lets not get hysterical about it. Certainly not a hurricaine. BBC still says winds only 19mph on Monday. Hardly worth worrying about.
The weather reports I saw earlier on BBC News and Sky News said gusts of wind up to 90mph.
[quote][p][bold]Colonel Kurtz[/bold] wrote: Lets not get hysterical about it. Certainly not a hurricaine. BBC still says winds only 19mph on Monday. Hardly worth worrying about.[/p][/quote]The weather reports I saw earlier on BBC News and Sky News said gusts of wind up to 90mph. Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 0

5:36pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Steve H says...

Times like this I hate being a homeowner...

*checks house insurance is in order*
Times like this I hate being a homeowner... *checks house insurance is in order* Steve H
  • Score: 2

5:52pm Sun 27 Oct 13

leighsteve says...

c2c and Greater Anglia have cancelled all services until at least 9am
c2c and Greater Anglia have cancelled all services until at least 9am leighsteve
  • Score: 2

5:58pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Royr says...

Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Why on earth should we take notice of Cameron - he ignores us!
If people fail to turn up to work without a VALID reason, then they should be disciplined.
I am sure that we would all be very annoyed (to say the least) if police, firemen, ambulance, hospital staff, train/bus drivers, delivery men, dustmen, postmen and so on failed to turn up
Let's get some perspective on this
[quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Why on earth should we take notice of Cameron - he ignores us! If people fail to turn up to work without a VALID reason, then they should be disciplined. I am sure that we would all be very annoyed (to say the least) if police, firemen, ambulance, hospital staff, train/bus drivers, delivery men, dustmen, postmen and so on failed to turn up Let's get some perspective on this Royr
  • Score: -4

6:21pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

Royr wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Why on earth should we take notice of Cameron - he ignores us!
If people fail to turn up to work without a VALID reason, then they should be disciplined.
I am sure that we would all be very annoyed (to say the least) if police, firemen, ambulance, hospital staff, train/bus drivers, delivery men, dustmen, postmen and so on failed to turn up
Let's get some perspective on this
Yeah lets put this in perspective shall we, Not being able to get on a train, or have your latest ebay item delivered is hardly the same as comparing it to not having a Policeman, Fireman or Ambulance driver turn up for work now is it.
The point is the warnings are there, ignor if you wish but dont complain when you need help because you have ignored the warnings. If it happens then sensible people will be prepared, if it dosnt all the better, pre warned is pre armed..
[quote][p][bold]Royr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Why on earth should we take notice of Cameron - he ignores us! If people fail to turn up to work without a VALID reason, then they should be disciplined. I am sure that we would all be very annoyed (to say the least) if police, firemen, ambulance, hospital staff, train/bus drivers, delivery men, dustmen, postmen and so on failed to turn up Let's get some perspective on this[/p][/quote]Yeah lets put this in perspective shall we, Not being able to get on a train, or have your latest ebay item delivered is hardly the same as comparing it to not having a Policeman, Fireman or Ambulance driver turn up for work now is it. The point is the warnings are there, ignor if you wish but dont complain when you need help because you have ignored the warnings. If it happens then sensible people will be prepared, if it dosnt all the better, pre warned is pre armed.. iknowbetter
  • Score: 3

6:27pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

You lot ain't got it yet. It was dark at 5'o'clock. Lou Reed's dead. And tomorrow morning we face the apocalypse storm. We are all doomed. It's why the Daily Mail is such a good read.
You lot ain't got it yet. It was dark at 5'o'clock. Lou Reed's dead. And tomorrow morning we face the apocalypse storm. We are all doomed. It's why the Daily Mail is such a good read. Mail Member 4 Colchester
  • Score: 4

6:36pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
You lot ain't got it yet. It was dark at 5'o'clock. Lou Reed's dead. And tomorrow morning we face the apocalypse storm. We are all doomed. It's why the Daily Mail is such a good read.
I got it straight away, who the Feck is Lou Reed?? lol
[quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: You lot ain't got it yet. It was dark at 5'o'clock. Lou Reed's dead. And tomorrow morning we face the apocalypse storm. We are all doomed. It's why the Daily Mail is such a good read.[/p][/quote]I got it straight away, who the Feck is Lou Reed?? lol iknowbetter
  • Score: -1

6:38pm Sun 27 Oct 13

iknowbetter says...

You last comment makes this World sound like a "perfect world"
You last comment makes this World sound like a "perfect world" iknowbetter
  • Score: 3

7:48pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

iknowbetter wrote:
You last comment makes this World sound like a "perfect world"
It would be ('a perfect world'), if it only consisted of white, Anglo-Saxon, rich, protestant, men (like it used to, in the good old days). But the world is full of these minorities, these days - like poor people, women, and blacks - thanks to the Marxist, politically correct gone mad, takeover of this country. We're too soft in Britain, and I'm bloody sick of it.
[quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: You last comment makes this World sound like a "perfect world"[/p][/quote]It would be ('a perfect world'), if it only consisted of white, Anglo-Saxon, rich, protestant, men (like it used to, in the good old days). But the world is full of these minorities, these days - like poor people, women, and blacks - thanks to the Marxist, politically correct gone mad, takeover of this country. We're too soft in Britain, and I'm bloody sick of it. Mail Member 4 Colchester
  • Score: -1

7:55pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Spyglass says...

Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
You last comment makes this World sound like a "perfect world"
It would be ('a perfect world'), if it only consisted of white, Anglo-Saxon, rich, protestant, men (like it used to, in the good old days). But the world is full of these minorities, these days - like poor people, women, and blacks - thanks to the Marxist, politically correct gone mad, takeover of this country. We're too soft in Britain, and I'm bloody sick of it.
Is this storm going to happen because of the Islamic/Papist/limp wristed leftie plot?
Using their ray guns to whip up a storm?
[quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: You last comment makes this World sound like a "perfect world"[/p][/quote]It would be ('a perfect world'), if it only consisted of white, Anglo-Saxon, rich, protestant, men (like it used to, in the good old days). But the world is full of these minorities, these days - like poor people, women, and blacks - thanks to the Marxist, politically correct gone mad, takeover of this country. We're too soft in Britain, and I'm bloody sick of it.[/p][/quote]Is this storm going to happen because of the Islamic/Papist/limp wristed leftie plot? Using their ray guns to whip up a storm? Spyglass
  • Score: 3

8:43pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

Spyglass wrote:
Mail Member 4 Colchester wrote:
iknowbetter wrote:
You last comment makes this World sound like a "perfect world"
It would be ('a perfect world'), if it only consisted of white, Anglo-Saxon, rich, protestant, men (like it used to, in the good old days). But the world is full of these minorities, these days - like poor people, women, and blacks - thanks to the Marxist, politically correct gone mad, takeover of this country. We're too soft in Britain, and I'm bloody sick of it.
Is this storm going to happen because of the Islamic/Papist/limp wristed leftie plot?
Using their ray guns to whip up a storm?
It's because of the EU - quite clearly - remember anything like this before we joined the common market? Of course not, it's bloody political correctness gone mad, is what it is. Don't forget, THIS ISN'T BRITISH WEATHER. THIS IS FOREIGN WEATHER ,INVADING US FROM OVERSEAS. THIS IS IMMIGRANT WEATHER.

And I'm not mad, AT ALL..
[quote][p][bold]Spyglass[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mail Member 4 Colchester[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]iknowbetter[/bold] wrote: You last comment makes this World sound like a "perfect world"[/p][/quote]It would be ('a perfect world'), if it only consisted of white, Anglo-Saxon, rich, protestant, men (like it used to, in the good old days). But the world is full of these minorities, these days - like poor people, women, and blacks - thanks to the Marxist, politically correct gone mad, takeover of this country. We're too soft in Britain, and I'm bloody sick of it.[/p][/quote]Is this storm going to happen because of the Islamic/Papist/limp wristed leftie plot? Using their ray guns to whip up a storm?[/p][/quote]It's because of the EU - quite clearly - remember anything like this before we joined the common market? Of course not, it's bloody political correctness gone mad, is what it is. Don't forget, THIS ISN'T BRITISH WEATHER. THIS IS FOREIGN WEATHER ,INVADING US FROM OVERSEAS. THIS IS IMMIGRANT WEATHER. And I'm not mad, AT ALL.. Mail Member 4 Colchester
  • Score: -2

10:28pm Sun 27 Oct 13

Sheridan Farquhar says...

Royr wrote:
Sheridan Farquhar wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel.

How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris?

It's clear you lack any intelligence.
Why on earth should we take notice of Cameron - he ignores us!
If people fail to turn up to work without a VALID reason, then they should be disciplined.
I am sure that we would all be very annoyed (to say the least) if police, firemen, ambulance, hospital staff, train/bus drivers, delivery men, dustmen, postmen and so on failed to turn up
Let's get some perspective on this
David Cameron is an absolute tit, but for once he's actually doing something right!
[quote][p][bold]Royr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheridan Farquhar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]You, are an absolute moron and you clearly don't have a clue about the potential this storm has. Even David Cameron today warned people to stay at home if it is too dangerous to travel. How on Earth do you expect people to commute to work if roads and railway lines are blocked with fallen trees and debris? Have you ever driven in winds in excess of 80mph? If people cannot got get into work what should they do? Walk and climb over fallen trees and debris? It's clear you lack any intelligence.[/p][/quote]Why on earth should we take notice of Cameron - he ignores us! If people fail to turn up to work without a VALID reason, then they should be disciplined. I am sure that we would all be very annoyed (to say the least) if police, firemen, ambulance, hospital staff, train/bus drivers, delivery men, dustmen, postmen and so on failed to turn up Let's get some perspective on this[/p][/quote]David Cameron is an absolute tit, but for once he's actually doing something right! Sheridan Farquhar
  • Score: 4

10:31am Mon 28 Oct 13

Kim Gandy says...

pembury53 wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Bigmama1 wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet.

I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.
I suppose you have proof that there has been a mass exodus for a weekend away? You are a sad person getting excited over an expected storm. I don't know your age but I can remember the 1987 storm clearly. I was at work when I received a telephone call from my neighbour telling me my chimney stack had gone through my roof. That was NOT exciting. IF you work, I trust you will go in?
See my first comment has go lots of thumbs down because I hit the nail on the head. Its the exact same with snow, people in this country think its an automatic day off! Its makes the UK a laughing stock !

If you not even mildly excited with the prospect of storm hitting despite it being constantly on all news forums for the past week then I suggest you are the "sad person". Excitement is linked to anticipation so its a natural response to feel either excited or scared ( to various degrees) about an unpredictable event. I'm not scared as I dont believe I will be in danger so I am looking forward to the storm and I hope its a goodun!

"I can remember the 1987 storm clearly" Oh Please ? Your not reminiscing over the Blitz ! Yes I was a little un and yes I remember it and yes I found that exciting aswell (although I remember being sad about someone dying, I think they were hit by a tree) Since then I have lived in various locations most notably for this story, in mid western usa (Ohio and briefly in Indiana) whilst there we would regularly get tornadoes, a warning would come on the news and we had to go into the basement (virtually every house has a basement as the best and largest room due to storms) It was great. I use to find that exciting aswell.
Then again if I was deeply mentally scarred like you appear to have been as a result of a storm in the 80's I to would be a little fearful, I guess Im just lucky I didnt experience a traumatic event like you , I mean your neighbour telling you that a chinmy fell through, you brave man, this week must have bough back some petrifying memories ?
thumbs up from me...... extreme weather is exciting and we don't get much of it here so you should enjoy the spectacle..... there will be some victims... chimneys down, trees on cars and a ton of fences gone, but that's life.....
....try telling that to the families of the two people who have died as a result.

For God's sake...
[quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bigmama1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Thats not a photo of the storm. It has not even formed fully yet. I'm excited its shame it wont hit until the early hours of Monday morning. I advise all employers to dismiss anyone who fails to turn up to work on Monday Many people are planning a long weekend around the storm and they need to be made an example of no matter who they are in your organisation.[/p][/quote]I suppose you have proof that there has been a mass exodus for a weekend away? You are a sad person getting excited over an expected storm. I don't know your age but I can remember the 1987 storm clearly. I was at work when I received a telephone call from my neighbour telling me my chimney stack had gone through my roof. That was NOT exciting. IF you work, I trust you will go in?[/p][/quote]See my first comment has go lots of thumbs down because I hit the nail on the head. Its the exact same with snow, people in this country think its an automatic day off! Its makes the UK a laughing stock ! If you not even mildly excited with the prospect of storm hitting despite it being constantly on all news forums for the past week then I suggest you are the "sad person". Excitement is linked to anticipation so its a natural response to feel either excited or scared ( to various degrees) about an unpredictable event. I'm not scared as I dont believe I will be in danger so I am looking forward to the storm and I hope its a goodun! "I can remember the 1987 storm clearly" Oh Please ? Your not reminiscing over the Blitz ! Yes I was a little un and yes I remember it and yes I found that exciting aswell (although I remember being sad about someone dying, I think they were hit by a tree) Since then I have lived in various locations most notably for this story, in mid western usa (Ohio and briefly in Indiana) whilst there we would regularly get tornadoes, a warning would come on the news and we had to go into the basement (virtually every house has a basement as the best and largest room due to storms) It was great. I use to find that exciting aswell. Then again if I was deeply mentally scarred like you appear to have been as a result of a storm in the 80's I to would be a little fearful, I guess Im just lucky I didnt experience a traumatic event like you , I mean your neighbour telling you that a chinmy fell through, you brave man, this week must have bough back some petrifying memories ?[/p][/quote]thumbs up from me...... extreme weather is exciting and we don't get much of it here so you should enjoy the spectacle..... there will be some victims... chimneys down, trees on cars and a ton of fences gone, but that's life.....[/p][/quote]....try telling that to the families of the two people who have died as a result. For God's sake... Kim Gandy
  • Score: 2

10:42am Mon 28 Oct 13

Kim Gandy says...

Some absolutely stupid remarks on here. Cannot believe the depths to which some people will think.

My daughter who works for a major bank in London has been told by her management to stay at home and work from her pc. She wouldn't be able to get in to work anyway.

I work from home so am not affected although going in to Basildon later to do some of my other work.

I remember the 1987 storm well. It was much worse and had it happened at rush hour like this one, the devastation would have been much much worse than this. I was working on the Daily Express then and did manage to get in despite the mess everywhere. And in those days I was able to drive into London.

People pretty much get on well with weather conditions in this country. Look at the bulldog spirit when whole communities are flooded so why there are idiots above slagging people off I cannot imagine. Maybe these are the same idiots who regularly gob off about lazy Brits who won't work. In other words "self haters". Yes there are people who won't work at all or who won't go out to work at the drop of a hat but the MAJority of the people struggle through. Let's get it in perspective.

It seems this website is becoming a playground for trolls who love to a) stir up trouble when there is no need at all; b) dredge up old and inaccurate rubbish about other individuals and c) do all this while hiding behind pseudonyms.

If you sooo believe in what you say, why hide behind your computer. Come out and say it loud and proud and sign it with your REAL name.

I have nothing to hide so it's no problem for me.

Now let's get back on the subject in hand shall we? I rather suspect the intention of putting up a story like this for comment is so that people can relate their own experiences of the storm rather than the usual wind up merchants having a pop at others for no apparently good reason.

And before you start caterwauling. I only do it when there IS good reason.

Now can you manage to post some reasoned, well researched or even interesting comments about the storm WITHOUT resorting to insults, personal or otherwise.... Let's see who is the first to start mudslinging this time shall we? Oh and if you are going to start slinging insults at me, do it under your own name or just shut the f... up yeah?

Honestly, it's like a playground here sometimes.
Some absolutely stupid remarks on here. Cannot believe the depths to which some people will think. My daughter who works for a major bank in London has been told by her management to stay at home and work from her pc. She wouldn't be able to get in to work anyway. I work from home so am not affected although going in to Basildon later to do some of my other work. I remember the 1987 storm well. It was much worse and had it happened at rush hour like this one, the devastation would have been much much worse than this. I was working on the Daily Express then and did manage to get in despite the mess everywhere. And in those days I was able to drive into London. People pretty much get on well with weather conditions in this country. Look at the bulldog spirit when whole communities are flooded so why there are idiots above slagging people off I cannot imagine. Maybe these are the same idiots who regularly gob off about lazy Brits who won't work. In other words "self haters". Yes there are people who won't work at all or who won't go out to work at the drop of a hat but the MAJority of the people struggle through. Let's get it in perspective. It seems this website is becoming a playground for trolls who love to a) stir up trouble when there is no need at all; b) dredge up old and inaccurate rubbish about other individuals and c) do all this while hiding behind pseudonyms. If you sooo believe in what you say, why hide behind your computer. Come out and say it loud and proud and sign it with your REAL name. I have nothing to hide so it's no problem for me. Now let's get back on the subject in hand shall we? I rather suspect the intention of putting up a story like this for comment is so that people can relate their own experiences of the storm rather than the usual wind up merchants having a pop at others for no apparently good reason. And before you start caterwauling. I only do it when there IS good reason. Now can you manage to post some reasoned, well researched or even interesting comments about the storm WITHOUT resorting to insults, personal or otherwise.... Let's see who is the first to start mudslinging this time shall we? Oh and if you are going to start slinging insults at me, do it under your own name or just shut the f... up yeah? Honestly, it's like a playground here sometimes. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 3

10:49am Mon 28 Oct 13

Kim Gandy says...

.....and how the hell can anybody even bring politics into what is a natural occurrence? Grow up for God's sake.

And if I hear just one limpwristed pc nutjob caterwauling about "global warming" I shall scream.
.....and how the hell can anybody even bring politics into what is a natural occurrence? Grow up for God's sake. And if I hear just one limpwristed pc nutjob caterwauling about "global warming" I shall scream. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 2

10:53am Mon 28 Oct 13

Pragmaticus says...

Like a playground on here Kim? You said it ...
.
"And if I hear just one limpwristed pc nutjob caterwauling about "global warming" I shall scream".
.
Your ignorance on such matters is appalling, and yet you no doubt think you are an intelligent lady. Sorry dear but bull in a china shop would be a more appropriate description of you.
.
A little tip for you, as my old Mum used to say, pleas engage brain before opening mouth.
Like a playground on here Kim? You said it ... . "And if I hear just one limpwristed pc nutjob caterwauling about "global warming" I shall scream". . Your ignorance on such matters is appalling, and yet you no doubt think you are an intelligent lady. Sorry dear but bull in a china shop would be a more appropriate description of you. . A little tip for you, as my old Mum used to say, pleas engage brain before opening mouth. Pragmaticus
  • Score: -2

11:35am Mon 28 Oct 13

Kim Gandy says...

Pragmaticus wrote:
Like a playground on here Kim? You said it ...
.
"And if I hear just one limpwristed pc nutjob caterwauling about "global warming" I shall scream".
.
Your ignorance on such matters is appalling, and yet you no doubt think you are an intelligent lady. Sorry dear but bull in a china shop would be a more appropriate description of you.
.
A little tip for you, as my old Mum used to say, pleas engage brain before opening mouth.
Do shut up you silly little man. I make some good points and my letters are printed regularly.

At least I post under my own name. That's one thing you cannot get over me,isn't it?
[quote][p][bold]Pragmaticus[/bold] wrote: Like a playground on here Kim? You said it ... . "And if I hear just one limpwristed pc nutjob caterwauling about "global warming" I shall scream". . Your ignorance on such matters is appalling, and yet you no doubt think you are an intelligent lady. Sorry dear but bull in a china shop would be a more appropriate description of you. . A little tip for you, as my old Mum used to say, pleas engage brain before opening mouth.[/p][/quote]Do shut up you silly little man. I make some good points and my letters are printed regularly. At least I post under my own name. That's one thing you cannot get over me,isn't it? Kim Gandy
  • Score: 2

11:37am Mon 28 Oct 13

Kim Gandy says...

Pragmaticus wrote:
Like a playground on here Kim? You said it ...
.
"And if I hear just one limpwristed pc nutjob caterwauling about "global warming" I shall scream".
.
Your ignorance on such matters is appalling, and yet you no doubt think you are an intelligent lady. Sorry dear but bull in a china shop would be a more appropriate description of you.
.
A little tip for you, as my old Mum used to say, pleas engage brain before opening mouth.
....as for ignorance.. my comments are put over in an informed way and most of what I comment on, I am experienced in. Unlike your trite little efforts.

Do pipe down, you're just jealous because your ill spelt, ill thought out comments pale into insignificance.

You ARE an insignificance on here - because you continue to mouth off WITHOUT having the guts to sign it with your own name.

Now do us all a favour and shut up eh
[quote][p][bold]Pragmaticus[/bold] wrote: Like a playground on here Kim? You said it ... . "And if I hear just one limpwristed pc nutjob caterwauling about "global warming" I shall scream". . Your ignorance on such matters is appalling, and yet you no doubt think you are an intelligent lady. Sorry dear but bull in a china shop would be a more appropriate description of you. . A little tip for you, as my old Mum used to say, pleas engage brain before opening mouth.[/p][/quote]....as for ignorance.. my comments are put over in an informed way and most of what I comment on, I am experienced in. Unlike your trite little efforts. Do pipe down, you're just jealous because your ill spelt, ill thought out comments pale into insignificance. You ARE an insignificance on here - because you continue to mouth off WITHOUT having the guts to sign it with your own name. Now do us all a favour and shut up eh Kim Gandy
  • Score: 2

11:43am Mon 28 Oct 13

Kim Gandy says...

oh and for somebody who isn't intelligent... I have worked on several national newspapers, written for a local one for four years and am now involved in another media organisation....

I have been a serving councillor and school governor and stood for parliament twice...

and what is your occupation? Apart from making ill informed, ill judged comments on here - and judging people you have never met. I have weathered a massive hate campaign organised by a local nutter and despite being attacked from all sides, have risen above it and bettered my situation..

I have held down some excellent jobs and am working in the media now, currently researching the appalling conditions in care homes...

and your great contribution to society - apart from gobbing off at your betters is..........???
oh and for somebody who isn't intelligent... I have worked on several national newspapers, written for a local one for four years and am now involved in another media organisation.... I have been a serving councillor and school governor and stood for parliament twice... and what is your occupation? Apart from making ill informed, ill judged comments on here - and judging people you have never met. I have weathered a massive hate campaign organised by a local nutter and despite being attacked from all sides, have risen above it and bettered my situation.. I have held down some excellent jobs and am working in the media now, currently researching the appalling conditions in care homes... and your great contribution to society - apart from gobbing off at your betters is..........??? Kim Gandy
  • Score: 3

11:53am Mon 28 Oct 13

Kim Gandy says...

Right, off to work now, if conditions are not good I will come back and work for home..

I haven't time to argue with a certified plum duff. I have things to do.
Right, off to work now, if conditions are not good I will come back and work for home.. I haven't time to argue with a certified plum duff. I have things to do. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 3

12:15pm Mon 28 Oct 13

Letmetryagain says...

I bet the head teachers are miffed that it's half term. They can't even close their schools.
I bet the head teachers are miffed that it's half term. They can't even close their schools. Letmetryagain
  • Score: 0

12:18pm Mon 28 Oct 13

Catchedicam says...

Carnage in Chelmsford, a wheelie bin blown over in the Springfield Road AND a small tree down at the University... how will we recover from this disaster? I bet the Council Tax will rise because of it..
Carnage in Chelmsford, a wheelie bin blown over in the Springfield Road AND a small tree down at the University... how will we recover from this disaster? I bet the Council Tax will rise because of it.. Catchedicam
  • Score: 0

12:39pm Mon 28 Oct 13

livingbyasmallgenepool says...

Catchedicam wrote:
Carnage in Chelmsford, a wheelie bin blown over in the Springfield Road AND a small tree down at the University... how will we recover from this disaster? I bet the Council Tax will rise because of it..
I woke up with wind this morning, no real damage done!
[quote][p][bold]Catchedicam[/bold] wrote: Carnage in Chelmsford, a wheelie bin blown over in the Springfield Road AND a small tree down at the University... how will we recover from this disaster? I bet the Council Tax will rise because of it..[/p][/quote]I woke up with wind this morning, no real damage done! livingbyasmallgenepool
  • Score: 3

12:41pm Mon 28 Oct 13

livingbyasmallgenepool says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Pragmaticus wrote:
Like a playground on here Kim? You said it ...
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"And if I hear just one limpwristed pc nutjob caterwauling about "global warming" I shall scream".
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Your ignorance on such matters is appalling, and yet you no doubt think you are an intelligent lady. Sorry dear but bull in a china shop would be a more appropriate description of you.
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A little tip for you, as my old Mum used to say, pleas engage brain before opening mouth.
Do shut up you silly little man. I make some good points and my letters are printed regularly.

At least I post under my own name. That's one thing you cannot get over me,isn't it?
I doubt anyone could get over you, without ladders ropes and a sherpa to guide the way!!!
Might go round you with a compass and enough supplies to last a while though!!
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pragmaticus[/bold] wrote: Like a playground on here Kim? You said it ... . "And if I hear just one limpwristed pc nutjob caterwauling about "global warming" I shall scream". . Your ignorance on such matters is appalling, and yet you no doubt think you are an intelligent lady. Sorry dear but bull in a china shop would be a more appropriate description of you. . A little tip for you, as my old Mum used to say, pleas engage brain before opening mouth.[/p][/quote]Do shut up you silly little man. I make some good points and my letters are printed regularly. At least I post under my own name. That's one thing you cannot get over me,isn't it?[/p][/quote]I doubt anyone could get over you, without ladders ropes and a sherpa to guide the way!!! Might go round you with a compass and enough supplies to last a while though!! livingbyasmallgenepool
  • Score: 2

12:42pm Mon 28 Oct 13

Mail Member 4 Colchester says...

The amazing Kim Gandy.

Any woman thrown out of UKIP for being too racist, is my kind of woman. And likewise, I'm Facebook friends with loads of EDL Nazis, what's wrong with that? She's being hounded for decent, British, patriotism.

If you want Britain to be about British, we are all Kim Gandy now.
The amazing Kim Gandy. Any woman thrown out of UKIP for being too racist, is my kind of woman. And likewise, I'm Facebook friends with loads of EDL Nazis, what's wrong with that? She's being hounded for decent, British, patriotism. If you want Britain to be about British, we are all Kim Gandy now. Mail Member 4 Colchester
  • Score: -4

4:39pm Mon 28 Oct 13

Pragmaticus says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
oh and for somebody who isn't intelligent... I have worked on several national newspapers, written for a local one for four years and am now involved in another media organisation....

I have been a serving councillor and school governor and stood for parliament twice...

and what is your occupation? Apart from making ill informed, ill judged comments on here - and judging people you have never met. I have weathered a massive hate campaign organised by a local nutter and despite being attacked from all sides, have risen above it and bettered my situation..

I have held down some excellent jobs and am working in the media now, currently researching the appalling conditions in care homes...

and your great contribution to society - apart from gobbing off at your betters is..........???
Oh do shut up you daft woman, I have also served a certain local Council and built an awful lot of good buildings round here in my prime, and all my friends know who I am on here. But unlike you I don't mouth off unless I know what I'm talking about. Your trite comments about global warming tell me you didn't even get on the GCE science course never mind knowing anything about climate, as opposed to weather. Your ignorance on the subject is appalling.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: oh and for somebody who isn't intelligent... I have worked on several national newspapers, written for a local one for four years and am now involved in another media organisation.... I have been a serving councillor and school governor and stood for parliament twice... and what is your occupation? Apart from making ill informed, ill judged comments on here - and judging people you have never met. I have weathered a massive hate campaign organised by a local nutter and despite being attacked from all sides, have risen above it and bettered my situation.. I have held down some excellent jobs and am working in the media now, currently researching the appalling conditions in care homes... and your great contribution to society - apart from gobbing off at your betters is..........???[/p][/quote]Oh do shut up you daft woman, I have also served a certain local Council and built an awful lot of good buildings round here in my prime, and all my friends know who I am on here. But unlike you I don't mouth off unless I know what I'm talking about. Your trite comments about global warming tell me you didn't even get on the GCE science course never mind knowing anything about climate, as opposed to weather. Your ignorance on the subject is appalling. Pragmaticus
  • Score: -2

6:49pm Mon 28 Oct 13

Joe Wildman-Clark says...

Funniest sight of the day...

The four people who were stood by the tree that blew down in Southchurch Park saying prayers out loud for it...!
Funniest sight of the day... The four people who were stood by the tree that blew down in Southchurch Park saying prayers out loud for it...! Joe Wildman-Clark
  • Score: 2

1:48pm Tue 29 Oct 13

livingbyasmallgenepool says...

Joe Wildman-Clark wrote:
Funniest sight of the day...

The four people who were stood by the tree that blew down in Southchurch Park saying prayers out loud for it...!
Funniets sight of the day will always be Kim Gandy blocking out the daylight or frightening small children... it is Halloween after all .
[quote][p][bold]Joe Wildman-Clark[/bold] wrote: Funniest sight of the day... The four people who were stood by the tree that blew down in Southchurch Park saying prayers out loud for it...![/p][/quote]Funniets sight of the day will always be Kim Gandy blocking out the daylight or frightening small children... it is Halloween after all . livingbyasmallgenepool
  • Score: 1

7:24pm Wed 30 Oct 13

Toomanypeople says...

A plank of wood was blown out of my fence. I was shattered.
A plank of wood was blown out of my fence. I was shattered. Toomanypeople
  • Score: 0

7:25pm Wed 30 Oct 13

Toomanypeople says...

A plank of wood was blown out of my fence. I was shattered.
A plank of wood was blown out of my fence. I was shattered. Toomanypeople
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2:37pm Thu 31 Oct 13

livingbyasmallgenepool says...

Toomanypeople wrote:
A plank of wood was blown out of my fence. I was shattered.
Yes and it hit me.... I was shuttered!
[quote][p][bold]Toomanypeople[/bold] wrote: A plank of wood was blown out of my fence. I was shattered.[/p][/quote]Yes and it hit me.... I was shuttered! livingbyasmallgenepool
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