Fire in Park Crescent, Brighton

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8:29am Fri 14 Dec 12

Crystal Ball says...

What does the man love? His flat? The fire? Firemen?
What does the man love? His flat? The fire? Firemen? Crystal Ball
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8:32am Fri 14 Dec 12

Pitviper says...

Loves alone, is that a euphamism for something else????
Loves alone, is that a euphamism for something else???? Pitviper
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8:33am Fri 14 Dec 12

John Keenan says...

Quick off the mark Crystal Ball. Have you been waiting by your laptop all night?
Quick off the mark Crystal Ball. Have you been waiting by your laptop all night? John Keenan
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8:35am Fri 14 Dec 12

John Keenan says...

Just to be clear, 'waiting' isn't a typo. Or a euphemism (note spelling).
Just to be clear, 'waiting' isn't a typo. Or a euphemism (note spelling). John Keenan
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9:49am Fri 14 Dec 12

NickBrt says...

isnt it time badly parked cars were dealt with by Police before someone loses their life just so some driver can park immediately outside their house?
isnt it time badly parked cars were dealt with by Police before someone loses their life just so some driver can park immediately outside their house? NickBrt
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9:50am Fri 14 Dec 12

heartthrob says...

This is not the first time, can the highways people not get involved here with appropriate parking controls. they cant ignore their responsibilitoes and blame inconsiderate parking as the problems are known here by the council and next time it could be more serious.
This is not the first time, can the highways people not get involved here with appropriate parking controls. they cant ignore their responsibilitoes and blame inconsiderate parking as the problems are known here by the council and next time it could be more serious. heartthrob
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1:34pm Fri 14 Dec 12

PorkBoat says...

Turn the hoses on them!
Turn the hoses on them! PorkBoat
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2:56pm Fri 14 Dec 12

pekkers says...

NickBrt wrote:
isnt it time badly parked cars were dealt with by Police before someone loses their life just so some driver can park immediately outside their house?
Police only have very limited remit to deal with this. The council privatised the parking regulations, sold it for a profit, and now we have this situation. I suggest the issue lies in council hands. The fault however sits with the driver.......
[quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: isnt it time badly parked cars were dealt with by Police before someone loses their life just so some driver can park immediately outside their house?[/p][/quote]Police only have very limited remit to deal with this. The council privatised the parking regulations, sold it for a profit, and now we have this situation. I suggest the issue lies in council hands. The fault however sits with the driver....... pekkers
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2:57pm Fri 14 Dec 12

pekkers says...

X4! Sorry!!
X4! Sorry!! pekkers
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6:56pm Fri 14 Dec 12

col' says...

NickBrt says...
9:49am Fri 14 Dec 12

isnt it time badly parked cars were dealt with by Police before someone loses their life just so some driver can park immediately outside their house?”

Sometime in the late 1960s residents with cars living in Rochester, Bute, and Hendon Street were asked to park their cars on Odd Numbered house sides on Odd Numbered days of the week - and on Even numbered sides on even days. This meant that ALL cars were parked on the SAME side of the street - and the emergency services always had access. It was something advised by the police - it made sense - and everyone complied with it. Now of course it's different.
Different people , different times...
NickBrt says... 9:49am Fri 14 Dec 12 isnt it time badly parked cars were dealt with by Police before someone loses their life just so some driver can park immediately outside their house?” Sometime in the late 1960s residents with cars living in Rochester, Bute, and Hendon Street were asked to park their cars on Odd Numbered house sides on Odd Numbered days of the week - and on Even numbered sides on even days. This meant that ALL cars were parked on the SAME side of the street - and the emergency services always had access. It was something advised by the police - it made sense - and everyone complied with it. Now of course it's different. Different people , different times... col'
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