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frostbite
26th Jul 2006, 15:44
We seem to be specialising in breeding creatures like this

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/wiltshire/5216422.stm

Pan Pan Splash
26th Jul 2006, 15:49
Fat git.. thinks ee's 'ard... w:mad: r.

AcroChik
26th Jul 2006, 15:57
"...he got addicted to heroin, but it's the cars he's really hooked on..."

Okaaaaaaaaay

rotated
26th Jul 2006, 16:07
We seem to be specialising in breeding creatures like this

Does this refer to the poor retarded prick hopped up on H, or the feckwit magistrates that keep turning him loose on the public? :hmm:

Buster Cherry
26th Jul 2006, 16:18
Jamie is a likeable idiot, really

Really? I wonder if he is as well liked by that ambulance chaser when, for the 49th time whilst high on that filthy s**t he puts in his body, knocks over & kills an innocent child? :mad:
Drown the Bas**rd.

ORAC
26th Jul 2006, 16:19
Does this refer to the poor retarded prick hopped up on H, or the feckwit magistrates that keep turning him loose on the public?
No, I think it must refer to his lawyer who can say with a straight face, "Jamie is a likeable idiot, really."

He´d done his job defending him in court, fair enough, its what he´s paid to do. But to find him defending him in such terms outside beggars belief... :rolleyes:

UniFoxOs
26th Jul 2006, 16:26
[QUOTE=Mike Jenvey]Amputate his bl**dy legs & one arm, let him try to nick cars then - leaving one arm is my soft side showing through, so he can carry on injecting drugs!*** :E QUOTE]

Er - no, we leave him one arm so no other poor fcuker has to wipe his @rse for him, also it's a torture - with one arm he can hold the syringe - but where does he inject it???

ORAC
26th Jul 2006, 16:40
Why does the word "prick" come to mind...... :E

rotated
26th Jul 2006, 17:02
Why does the word "prick" come to mind
...it must refer to his lawyer...

...for whom the taxpayer is no doubt paying the bill...:hmm:


Quotes not exactly in context, I know, getting too lazy to type...

tilewood
26th Jul 2006, 17:10
Put him in the stocks outside Sainsburys and let everyone throw things at him.

The trouble is in our country of Blairite values half would throw him
money, and the other half would throw him their car keys!! :ugh:

SOPS
26th Jul 2006, 17:22
so you can do this 47 times and not go to jail????!!!!! I thought madness like this only went on in Oz.....seems to be spreading

Krystal n chips
26th Jul 2006, 17:24
"He just doesn't understand the words "don't drive" ".
Well to be fair to him, this is a rather complex statement given that he may not have studied English in such detail during his one day per year at school.

:hmm: However, DO NOT DRIVE = 10 letters. Therefore 4 fingers per hand plus 2 thumbs = 10 in total ---so------"D" ( crack) etc---just a passing thought to enhance his further education in Maths and English. :E

colmac747
26th Jul 2006, 18:39
Manderson has an "addiction to cars", the court heard

Give him a scaletrix set then:ugh:

frostbite
26th Jul 2006, 21:25
With his previous he would still have been inside in a civilised country!

Also, he is described as a "club bouncer" - don't they have to be licenced and without a significant police record?

BlooMoo
26th Jul 2006, 21:27
Jamie Manderson, 33, from Swindon, has been disqualified from driving each year since 1988, when he was 15.
Magistrate Mamie Beasant told Manderson: "If you keep on disobeying court orders, you will keep being brought back to this court and, I can promise you, you will go to prison."
She imposed an additional two-year driving ban.
I wonder what kind of future Orwell and Huxley would have written about had they been around these days ? Maybe the HG Wells vision of the Eloi and the Morlocks is a better extrapolation of the 'devloped' world today...

BM:(

reynoldsno1
26th Jul 2006, 23:22
Well, he's obviously no good at heroin addiction either - he should be about 7st 4lb by now .......