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In Or Out Of The EU Garden?

Posted: 05/03/2016 at 12:14
Opting out of the EU doesn't allow individuals the right to make their own descisions. We all have to abide by laws, rules and regulations. I suspect that should we vote to leave the EU there will be a long time before anything that affects how we garden is changed. There will be bigger fish to fry.

In Or Out Of The EU Garden?

Posted: 05/03/2016 at 09:34

Being a UKIP thinker does not necessarily make you a UKIP supporter and being older doesn't necessarily make you wiser or have a better perspective, it only makes you think you do.

By the way, I'm no spring chicken.

In Or Out Of The EU Garden?

Posted: 05/03/2016 at 09:09

When I saw the title of this thread I thought I'd not bother with it. However, curiosity got the better of me in the end and I had a read. Just as I suspected it would be, it is a mishmash of opinions, very little actual fact and a good dose of downright racist bigotry. 

Seems strange on a forum, where so many members are so tolerant of all living things, that intolerance of other human beings is so prolific.

Oh, Steve, I am not in the least surprised that much of the forum are quite UKIP thinking and yes, it's very disappointing.

Which subjects............

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 22:48

mollis, forgive me but if you don't want to see any more contributions to this thread then don't look at them. However, if you've a key sticking on your keypad, accept my apology. 

No good asking nicely...

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 22:44

Well Tetley, I can tell you a not good deterent. My 8 stone Labrador who, last summer, sat in his basket wagging his tail while a heron ate half my fish!

Which subjects............

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 22:39

It seems I was wrong Wonky, there was room for sensible posts. 

Which subjects............

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 22:27

I don't want to be seen to be dragging this thread on and I do believe it's probably run it's course, in terms of sensible posts. However, Hollie Hock, I fully understand where you are coming from regarding flame bait and, for what it's worth, I think you are right. I suspect many more think you are right too but will keep quiet for the sake of peace and quiet. Respect to you for not toeing the line and for voicing your opinion.

 

David Bowie

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 09:34

Clarice,

I just read your post on the Forkers thread and it seems all may not be as it first appeared. I still hold firm to the my opinion of malicious PMers but if,as you say, you have not sent one, clearly this does not apply to you and I sincerely apologise.

Someone is out to cause trouble. He/She needs to GROW UP!

David Bowie

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 08:47

Sending malicious PM's is childish, sneaky and cowardly. Why some people think it's an acceptable way to behave is beyond me! The best way to deal with it, if you receive one, is to name and shame the sender, as per Verdun.

Well done Verd.

Which subjects............

Posted: 11/01/2016 at 19:53

People who send malicious PM's ought to be ashamed of themselves. If they haven't the balls to post in public then they ought not to post at all. You should name and shame them punkdoc and expose the blighters for what they are!

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