Richard Brunstrom v Kay Burley

#2
Ah yes.. the Mad Mullah of the North Wales Police!!!! Legalise drugs... but hammer the sh1t out of anyone who may stray 1 or 2 miles an hour over the speed limit. Anyone else think that there's yet another mix up of priorities here?? :twisted:
 
#3
Ah yes.. the Mad Mullah of the North Wales Police!!!! Legalise drugs... but hammer the sh1t out of anyone who may stray 1 or 2 miles an hour over the speed limit. Anyone else think that there's yet another mix up of priorities here?? :twisted:
 
#4
I know which one would get it though - and its not the traffic Nazi.

On an earlier thread I agreed with legalizing all drugs by making them available through the NHS with strict controls - and killing drug dealers legally!

Without wishing to stray off the thread - if this looney supports it I may have a second thought. Alternatively, we should all speed through his patch and refuse to pay - using HIS logic speeding could then be legalised
 
#5
FrankIG said:
Ah yes.. the Mad Mullah of the North Wales Police!!!! Legalise drugs... but hammer the sh1t out of anyone who may stray 1 or 2 miles an hour over the speed limit. Anyone else think that there's yet another mix up of priorities here?? :twisted:
Pretty basic really, speeding motorists seldom resort to the use of exteme violence or firearms, typical terrorist tactics to go for the soft targets. Sorry, did I say terrorist then?, you know what I meant.
 
#6
How do guys like the 'Traffic Taleban' get appointed? They must show signs of instability before being appointed.

We must all remember in our Maoist and Stalinist state that the 'powers that be' are always right, even when they are hopelessly wrong. We must also remember that 'Bottler' Brown likes to have his hands on all things, especially lots of forms relating to 'targets' and spending his (our FFS) money.
 
#7
For some unknown reason the sight of the name Bottler Brown caused me to feed a certain string of words into an anagram finder, that spewed out the result;

Seaman Itch Nut

The usual prize to the person to correctly deduce the input string...
 
#8
rickshaw-major said:
I know which one would get it though - and its not the traffic Nazi.

On an earlier thread I agreed with legalizing all drugs by making them available through the NHS with strict controls - and killing drug dealers legally!

Without wishing to stray off the thread - if this looney supports it I may have a second thought. Alternatively, we should all speed through his patch and refuse to pay - using HIS logic speeding could then be legalised
Would these drugs be available "free"?
If so, when I get out I will sign up for some "free" entertainment before I go out on the pop.
If not, where will the druggies get the money to pay for them?
 
#11
EX_REME said:
rickshaw-major said:
I know which one would get it though - and its not the traffic Nazi.

On an earlier thread I agreed with legalizing all drugs by making them available through the NHS with strict controls - and killing drug dealers legally!

Without wishing to stray off the thread - if this looney supports it I may have a second thought. Alternatively, we should all speed through his patch and refuse to pay - using HIS logic speeding could then be legalised
Would these drugs be available "free"?
If so, when I get out I will sign up for some "free" entertainment before I go out on the pop.
If not, where will the druggies get the money to pay for them?
Ex REME

There is a seperate thread on this and I haven't got time to find it at present as I am off into the sticks. I will try and find it when I am away and send you the link.
 
#12
He was on Radio 5 live late last night. He pushed for the legalisation of drugs, and agreed with a bloke who rang in and said he had a 10 year heroin habit- AND DROVE TO WORK EVERY DAY, after a fix. The chief had no complaints there - but he would have you executed for driving 1 mph over the limit. What hypocrisy
 

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#13
This madman, this luntatic, power mad despot is the tw@t that had a 67 year old bloke done for speeding, actuiallyy for going 3 miles over limit in order to pass a tractor, safely, then published his photo (the old guy) on tv with the information that this blaggard who had committed the heinous crime of speeding was "as bad as if not worse than any terrorist!"
This chief Cunstable is obsessed with cameras, his force has an abysmal clear-uo rate for crime, and in a just an ordered world, would be the old-style car park attendant, with a limp and peaked cap. A petty-minded tyrant!


Kay burley can interview my soft bits anytime!
 
#14
As well as being a top level tw*t for his views on speeding and drugs it was reported in one of the papers at the weekend (Sunday Times I think) that his police force is the worst in England and Wales for crashing into civvies and paying out compensation. So he is not only a tool with crazy ideas, but a tool that his own police officers don't listen to. Good luck to those living in his part of Wales.
 
#15
I think that all drugs should be legal. What good is being done by having substances on a banned list anyway?
 

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#16
Perturbed said:
I think that all drugs should be legal. What good is being done by having substances on a banned list anyway?
By the same token, what good is making murder, rape, robbery, burglary etc illegal? Since the crime figures for those are rising, then might as well de-criminialise the offences, along with drugs. Would make life so much easier for plod. Could then concentrate on real criminals. Old ladies who drop bread for pigeons, working blokes who exceed speed limit on empty road at night (about the only time you can do it round our way!), and mums who eat an apple when driving. Those hardened villians, and the eco-criminals who mix up their rubbish bags in one of the many bins that are now graciously collected, whenever anyone can bother!
 
#17
old_fat_and_hairy said:
Perturbed said:
I think that all drugs should be legal. What good is being done by having substances on a banned list anyway?
By the same token, what good is making murder, rape, robbery, burglary etc illegal? Since the crime figures for those are rising, then might as well de-criminialise the offences, along with drugs. Would make life so much easier for plod. Could then concentrate on real criminals. Old ladies who drop bread for pigeons, working blokes who exceed speed limit on empty road at night (about the only time you can do it round our way!), and mums who eat an apple when driving. Those hardened villians, and the eco-criminals who mix up their rubbish bags in one of the many bins that are now graciously collected, whenever anyone can bother!
Murder, rape, robbery and burglary all have victims of criminals. Drugs do not need to have that.

By having drugs ilegal it means by default that anyone using them is a criminal and even worse the only source to get them is to fund organised crime. Should drugs be legalised they could be produced in controled sterile environments and sold for a fraction of the price that they are available on the streets. You could even tax them and so offset any cost to the NHS in treating drug problems/injuries.
 
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