Teams prepare to tackle the Big Beach Clean-up

Teams prepare to tackle the Big Beach Clean-up

Teams prepare to tackle the Big Beach Clean-up

First published in News

The city’s beach lovers are pledging their support to help clean up after the bank holiday.

The Big Beach Clean-up, being organised by The Argus, will see teams of volunteers from across the city meeting up on Tuesday morning.

James Cryer, media partnership manager for the Mears Group, said staff are looking forward to being involved to benefit the city.

He said: “We’ll be taking down a team of 10 volunteers, from apprentices to people who work in the office.

“We’ll be going down with a team from the council housing department, with whom we have a partnership, so it will be a good chance to get both teams working together.

“The volunteers enjoyed it last year. They were all surprised by just how much litter they all managed to collect.

“Everybody cares about the beach, it’s our best asset.”

The Big Beach Clean-up will be the start of the City Makers Initiative led by The Argus, inviting readers to come up with projects for volunteers to help with.

Glyn Edwards, the man behind the Punch and Judy show opposite the fishing museum, revealed that the cast of Punch and Judy would be doing their bit to help out with the beach clean.

He said: “The beach is Mr Punch’s auditorium so he wants it to be clean at all times.

“Mr Punch will do his bit for the public – after all, a happy audience is a good audience.”

Students from the University of Sussex will also be up early to help with the clean-up.

Emily Holliday, operation officer at The University of Sussex Students Union, said: “It’s a great project. Protecting the environment is really important as well as helping our local community.”

If you would like to volunteer for the Big Beach Clean-Up simply turn up at The Palace Pier on Tuesday at 8.30am.

The clean-up is scheduled to run from 8.30am to 10.30am, with equipment and bags being provided by Cityclean.

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1:58pm Sat 24 May 14

Mr chock says...

this will be the perfect time to clean up the beach . will they go on to clean up other parts or will the clean up team walk around then ignoring other litter " "with eyes closed" i am keen to know if they will clean the area around dukes mound of condoms and other nasty detritus scattered there almost every day the people that frequent that area know who theat are carrying out sexual activity in public on a regular basis
this will be the perfect time to clean up the beach . will they go on to clean up other parts or will the clean up team walk around then ignoring other litter " "with eyes closed" i am keen to know if they will clean the area around dukes mound of condoms and other nasty detritus scattered there almost every day the people that frequent that area know who theat are carrying out sexual activity in public on a regular basis Mr chock
  • Score: -1

2:32pm Sat 24 May 14

monkeymoo says...

Can i volunteer the council to employ people to clean the beach please.... ?

It's what i pay council tax for, and i would like someone to have a job!
Can i volunteer the council to employ people to clean the beach please.... ? It's what i pay council tax for, and i would like someone to have a job! monkeymoo
  • Score: 22

3:04pm Sat 24 May 14

Reporter1 says...

It is a shame that this has to be done. Perhaps if there were as many litter wardens as parking wardens the council could make it pay. Oh and it is illegal to drop litter.
It is a shame that this has to be done. Perhaps if there were as many litter wardens as parking wardens the council could make it pay. Oh and it is illegal to drop litter. Reporter1
  • Score: 18

4:37pm Sat 24 May 14

Goldenwight says...

Mr chock wrote:
this will be the perfect time to clean up the beach . will they go on to clean up other parts or will the clean up team walk around then ignoring other litter " "with eyes closed" i am keen to know if they will clean the area around dukes mound of condoms and other nasty detritus scattered there almost every day the people that frequent that area know who theat are carrying out sexual activity in public on a regular basis
They are volunteers who give their time to help keep our environment beautiful. I suggest that you do the same rather than spouting rubbing on here.
[quote][p][bold]Mr chock[/bold] wrote: this will be the perfect time to clean up the beach . will they go on to clean up other parts or will the clean up team walk around then ignoring other litter " "with eyes closed" i am keen to know if they will clean the area around dukes mound of condoms and other nasty detritus scattered there almost every day the people that frequent that area know who theat are carrying out sexual activity in public on a regular basis[/p][/quote]They are volunteers who give their time to help keep our environment beautiful. I suggest that you do the same rather than spouting rubbing on here. Goldenwight
  • Score: 1

5:09pm Sat 24 May 14

worthingite says...

Last year about twenty people turned up, how many this year?
Last year about twenty people turned up, how many this year? worthingite
  • Score: 0

7:21pm Sat 24 May 14

HJarrs says...

Well done Argus for backing the clean up of the beach. Exactly the sort of campaign a local paper should be doing and a great reason why we should back the Argus strikers in trying to keep the paper locally based.
Well done Argus for backing the clean up of the beach. Exactly the sort of campaign a local paper should be doing and a great reason why we should back the Argus strikers in trying to keep the paper locally based. HJarrs
  • Score: -10

1:23am Sun 25 May 14

Mr chock says...

Goldenwight wrote:
Mr chock wrote:
this will be the perfect time to clean up the beach . will they go on to clean up other parts or will the clean up team walk around then ignoring other litter " "with eyes closed" i am keen to know if they will clean the area around dukes mound of condoms and other nasty detritus scattered there almost every day the people that frequent that area know who theat are carrying out sexual activity in public on a regular basis
They are volunteers who give their time to help keep our environment beautiful. I suggest that you do the same rather than spouting rubbing on here.
if your not aware of the actively open sexual acts going on there then please go and take a look , the amount of "deviant activity on Dukes mound has been known about and seemingly tolerated for years and years , did you know GoldWright its still against the law in the uk to practice a sexual act and urinate in public place ...
[quote][p][bold]Goldenwight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mr chock[/bold] wrote: this will be the perfect time to clean up the beach . will they go on to clean up other parts or will the clean up team walk around then ignoring other litter " "with eyes closed" i am keen to know if they will clean the area around dukes mound of condoms and other nasty detritus scattered there almost every day the people that frequent that area know who theat are carrying out sexual activity in public on a regular basis[/p][/quote]They are volunteers who give their time to help keep our environment beautiful. I suggest that you do the same rather than spouting rubbing on here.[/p][/quote]if your not aware of the actively open sexual acts going on there then please go and take a look , the amount of "deviant activity on Dukes mound has been known about and seemingly tolerated for years and years , did you know GoldWright its still against the law in the uk to practice a sexual act and urinate in public place ... Mr chock
  • Score: -1

6:40am Sun 25 May 14

We love Red Billy says...

HJarrs wrote:
Well done Argus for backing the clean up of the beach. Exactly the sort of campaign a local paper should be doing and a great reason why we should back the Argus strikers in trying to keep the paper locally based.
Lets hope you step off the green gravy train for a moment Steve and practice what you preach. See you there!
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: Well done Argus for backing the clean up of the beach. Exactly the sort of campaign a local paper should be doing and a great reason why we should back the Argus strikers in trying to keep the paper locally based.[/p][/quote]Lets hope you step off the green gravy train for a moment Steve and practice what you preach. See you there! We love Red Billy
  • Score: 12

8:55am Sun 25 May 14

pachallis says...

We love Red Billy wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
Well done Argus for backing the clean up of the beach. Exactly the sort of campaign a local paper should be doing and a great reason why we should back the Argus strikers in trying to keep the paper locally based.
Lets hope you step off the green gravy train for a moment Steve and practice what you preach. See you there!
@We love Red Billy - do you mean that HJarrs / Steve actually receives financial recompense directly or indirectly for the psychophantic green supporing rubbish he posts?

Could this be the same progressive left-wing activist who earlier in the week was slandering The Argus on the Brighton & Hove News website for not promoting the 'wonderful' work that the run council does and instead encouraging the reporters to strike?

Why doesn't HJarrs attack the council for not providing the services that they are paid to do?
[quote][p][bold]We love Red Billy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: Well done Argus for backing the clean up of the beach. Exactly the sort of campaign a local paper should be doing and a great reason why we should back the Argus strikers in trying to keep the paper locally based.[/p][/quote]Lets hope you step off the green gravy train for a moment Steve and practice what you preach. See you there![/p][/quote]@We love Red Billy - do you mean that HJarrs / Steve actually receives financial recompense directly or indirectly for the psychophantic green supporing rubbish he posts? Could this be the same progressive left-wing activist who earlier in the week was slandering The Argus on the Brighton & Hove News website for not promoting the 'wonderful' work that the run council does and instead encouraging the reporters to strike? Why doesn't HJarrs attack the council for not providing the services that they are paid to do? pachallis
  • Score: 10

10:33am Sun 25 May 14

HJarrs says...

pachallis wrote:
We love Red Billy wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
Well done Argus for backing the clean up of the beach. Exactly the sort of campaign a local paper should be doing and a great reason why we should back the Argus strikers in trying to keep the paper locally based.
Lets hope you step off the green gravy train for a moment Steve and practice what you preach. See you there!
@We love Red Billy - do you mean that HJarrs / Steve actually receives financial recompense directly or indirectly for the psychophantic green supporing rubbish he posts?

Could this be the same progressive left-wing activist who earlier in the week was slandering The Argus on the Brighton & Hove News website for not promoting the 'wonderful' work that the run council does and instead encouraging the reporters to strike?

Why doesn't HJarrs attack the council for not providing the services that they are paid to do?
Patchy and Adam should get together. You would make a great double act.

I criticise where I see fit and likewise commend where I see fit. That is what normal people do. Good on the Argus for promoting the cleanliness of the beach.

The Argus is continuing to be hollowed out. I support the Argus employees in trying to keep the paper local and maintain their meagre terms and conditions. Sad to see you do not.
[quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]We love Red Billy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: Well done Argus for backing the clean up of the beach. Exactly the sort of campaign a local paper should be doing and a great reason why we should back the Argus strikers in trying to keep the paper locally based.[/p][/quote]Lets hope you step off the green gravy train for a moment Steve and practice what you preach. See you there![/p][/quote]@We love Red Billy - do you mean that HJarrs / Steve actually receives financial recompense directly or indirectly for the psychophantic green supporing rubbish he posts? Could this be the same progressive left-wing activist who earlier in the week was slandering The Argus on the Brighton & Hove News website for not promoting the 'wonderful' work that the run council does and instead encouraging the reporters to strike? Why doesn't HJarrs attack the council for not providing the services that they are paid to do?[/p][/quote]Patchy and Adam should get together. You would make a great double act. I criticise where I see fit and likewise commend where I see fit. That is what normal people do. Good on the Argus for promoting the cleanliness of the beach. The Argus is continuing to be hollowed out. I support the Argus employees in trying to keep the paper local and maintain their meagre terms and conditions. Sad to see you do not. HJarrs
  • Score: -8

11:29am Sun 25 May 14

pachallis says...

@HJarrs - wrong - I support The Argus and the reporters - what I don't support are your left-wing activist antics in support of the immature, ideological, incompetent greens.

I (nor Eugenius apparently) do not receive any support - we are just local citizens who have a strong beliefs and want to ensure that all MEPs, MPs, councillors, and council workers are held to account for the actions they take (or don't take). In my case I particulars want to expose the left-wing anti-capitalist green-left group that controls the Green party and wants to return Britain to the socialist 60s, but that want to create the impression they are centre pro-environment group in order to win votes.

If you do work for a real company I am really surprised they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member?

Why don't you come clean about whether or not you receive financial recompense directly or indirectly for your work 'supporting' the green party?

P.S. Looking forward to seeing the MEP results tonight - I really hope the Alex Philips and Jason Kitcat do get to join the European Gravy Train; that this forces a full local government election in Brighton & Hove and we then get a council that takes responsibility to the city rather than chasing idealistic and badly implemented vanity projects.
@HJarrs - wrong - I support The Argus and the reporters - what I don't support are your left-wing activist antics in support of the immature, ideological, incompetent greens. I (nor Eugenius apparently) do not receive any support - we are just local citizens who have a strong beliefs and want to ensure that all MEPs, MPs, councillors, and council workers are held to account for the actions they take (or don't take). In my case I particulars want to expose the left-wing anti-capitalist green-left group that controls the Green party and wants to return Britain to the socialist 60s, but that want to create the impression they are centre pro-environment group in order to win votes. If you do work for a real company I am really surprised they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member? Why don't you come clean about whether or not you receive financial recompense directly or indirectly for your work 'supporting' the green party? P.S. Looking forward to seeing the MEP results tonight - I really hope the Alex Philips and Jason Kitcat do get to join the European Gravy Train; that this forces a full local government election in Brighton & Hove and we then get a council that takes responsibility to the city rather than chasing idealistic and badly implemented vanity projects. pachallis
  • Score: 5

12:04pm Sun 25 May 14

HJarrs says...

pachallis wrote:
@HJarrs - wrong - I support The Argus and the reporters - what I don't support are your left-wing activist antics in support of the immature, ideological, incompetent greens.

I (nor Eugenius apparently) do not receive any support - we are just local citizens who have a strong beliefs and want to ensure that all MEPs, MPs, councillors, and council workers are held to account for the actions they take (or don't take). In my case I particulars want to expose the left-wing anti-capitalist green-left group that controls the Green party and wants to return Britain to the socialist 60s, but that want to create the impression they are centre pro-environment group in order to win votes.

If you do work for a real company I am really surprised they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member?

Why don't you come clean about whether or not you receive financial recompense directly or indirectly for your work 'supporting' the green party?

P.S. Looking forward to seeing the MEP results tonight - I really hope the Alex Philips and Jason Kitcat do get to join the European Gravy Train; that this forces a full local government election in Brighton & Hove and we then get a council that takes responsibility to the city rather than chasing idealistic and badly implemented vanity projects.
What are you talking about? Of course I don't gain any recompense from the greens, though it will admit an indirect non-monetary recompense as we now have better cycle infrastructure and make much use of the Level, which you like. As for posting, I think you will find it is you that posts in normal working hours, not me! I am surprised you and others can get away with it! Why don't you come clean about it!

At least we agree that we should support the Argus employees. I want to see a better paper, not one produced in Weymouth!
[quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: @HJarrs - wrong - I support The Argus and the reporters - what I don't support are your left-wing activist antics in support of the immature, ideological, incompetent greens. I (nor Eugenius apparently) do not receive any support - we are just local citizens who have a strong beliefs and want to ensure that all MEPs, MPs, councillors, and council workers are held to account for the actions they take (or don't take). In my case I particulars want to expose the left-wing anti-capitalist green-left group that controls the Green party and wants to return Britain to the socialist 60s, but that want to create the impression they are centre pro-environment group in order to win votes. If you do work for a real company I am really surprised they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member? Why don't you come clean about whether or not you receive financial recompense directly or indirectly for your work 'supporting' the green party? P.S. Looking forward to seeing the MEP results tonight - I really hope the Alex Philips and Jason Kitcat do get to join the European Gravy Train; that this forces a full local government election in Brighton & Hove and we then get a council that takes responsibility to the city rather than chasing idealistic and badly implemented vanity projects.[/p][/quote]What are you talking about? Of course I don't gain any recompense from the greens, though it will admit an indirect non-monetary recompense as we now have better cycle infrastructure and make much use of the Level, which you like. As for posting, I think you will find it is you that posts in normal working hours, not me! I am surprised you and others can get away with it! Why don't you come clean about it! At least we agree that we should support the Argus employees. I want to see a better paper, not one produced in Weymouth! HJarrs
  • Score: -4

12:26pm Sun 25 May 14

pachallis says...

HJarrs wrote:
pachallis wrote:
@HJarrs - wrong - I support The Argus and the reporters - what I don't support are your left-wing activist antics in support of the immature, ideological, incompetent greens.

I (nor Eugenius apparently) do not receive any support - we are just local citizens who have a strong beliefs and want to ensure that all MEPs, MPs, councillors, and council workers are held to account for the actions they take (or don't take). In my case I particulars want to expose the left-wing anti-capitalist green-left group that controls the Green party and wants to return Britain to the socialist 60s, but that want to create the impression they are centre pro-environment group in order to win votes.

If you do work for a real company I am really surprised they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member?

Why don't you come clean about whether or not you receive financial recompense directly or indirectly for your work 'supporting' the green party?

P.S. Looking forward to seeing the MEP results tonight - I really hope the Alex Philips and Jason Kitcat do get to join the European Gravy Train; that this forces a full local government election in Brighton & Hove and we then get a council that takes responsibility to the city rather than chasing idealistic and badly implemented vanity projects.
What are you talking about? Of course I don't gain any recompense from the greens, though it will admit an indirect non-monetary recompense as we now have better cycle infrastructure and make much use of the Level, which you like. As for posting, I think you will find it is you that posts in normal working hours, not me! I am surprised you and others can get away with it! Why don't you come clean about it!

At least we agree that we should support the Argus employees. I want to see a better paper, not one produced in Weymouth!
It's easy why I can post during working hours - I'm retired!

What about all your posts on Thursday - the day of the MEP elections?

Now just answer the question - do you work for a real company and do they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member?
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: @HJarrs - wrong - I support The Argus and the reporters - what I don't support are your left-wing activist antics in support of the immature, ideological, incompetent greens. I (nor Eugenius apparently) do not receive any support - we are just local citizens who have a strong beliefs and want to ensure that all MEPs, MPs, councillors, and council workers are held to account for the actions they take (or don't take). In my case I particulars want to expose the left-wing anti-capitalist green-left group that controls the Green party and wants to return Britain to the socialist 60s, but that want to create the impression they are centre pro-environment group in order to win votes. If you do work for a real company I am really surprised they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member? Why don't you come clean about whether or not you receive financial recompense directly or indirectly for your work 'supporting' the green party? P.S. Looking forward to seeing the MEP results tonight - I really hope the Alex Philips and Jason Kitcat do get to join the European Gravy Train; that this forces a full local government election in Brighton & Hove and we then get a council that takes responsibility to the city rather than chasing idealistic and badly implemented vanity projects.[/p][/quote]What are you talking about? Of course I don't gain any recompense from the greens, though it will admit an indirect non-monetary recompense as we now have better cycle infrastructure and make much use of the Level, which you like. As for posting, I think you will find it is you that posts in normal working hours, not me! I am surprised you and others can get away with it! Why don't you come clean about it! At least we agree that we should support the Argus employees. I want to see a better paper, not one produced in Weymouth![/p][/quote]It's easy why I can post during working hours - I'm retired! What about all your posts on Thursday - the day of the MEP elections? Now just answer the question - do you work for a real company and do they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member? pachallis
  • Score: 4

12:42pm Sun 25 May 14

HJarrs says...

pachallis wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
pachallis wrote:
@HJarrs - wrong - I support The Argus and the reporters - what I don't support are your left-wing activist antics in support of the immature, ideological, incompetent greens.

I (nor Eugenius apparently) do not receive any support - we are just local citizens who have a strong beliefs and want to ensure that all MEPs, MPs, councillors, and council workers are held to account for the actions they take (or don't take). In my case I particulars want to expose the left-wing anti-capitalist green-left group that controls the Green party and wants to return Britain to the socialist 60s, but that want to create the impression they are centre pro-environment group in order to win votes.

If you do work for a real company I am really surprised they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member?

Why don't you come clean about whether or not you receive financial recompense directly or indirectly for your work 'supporting' the green party?

P.S. Looking forward to seeing the MEP results tonight - I really hope the Alex Philips and Jason Kitcat do get to join the European Gravy Train; that this forces a full local government election in Brighton & Hove and we then get a council that takes responsibility to the city rather than chasing idealistic and badly implemented vanity projects.
What are you talking about? Of course I don't gain any recompense from the greens, though it will admit an indirect non-monetary recompense as we now have better cycle infrastructure and make much use of the Level, which you like. As for posting, I think you will find it is you that posts in normal working hours, not me! I am surprised you and others can get away with it! Why don't you come clean about it!

At least we agree that we should support the Argus employees. I want to see a better paper, not one produced in Weymouth!
It's easy why I can post during working hours - I'm retired!

What about all your posts on Thursday - the day of the MEP elections?

Now just answer the question - do you work for a real company and do they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member?
On Thursday? When you worked did you ever have something called holiday?
[quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: @HJarrs - wrong - I support The Argus and the reporters - what I don't support are your left-wing activist antics in support of the immature, ideological, incompetent greens. I (nor Eugenius apparently) do not receive any support - we are just local citizens who have a strong beliefs and want to ensure that all MEPs, MPs, councillors, and council workers are held to account for the actions they take (or don't take). In my case I particulars want to expose the left-wing anti-capitalist green-left group that controls the Green party and wants to return Britain to the socialist 60s, but that want to create the impression they are centre pro-environment group in order to win votes. If you do work for a real company I am really surprised they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member? Why don't you come clean about whether or not you receive financial recompense directly or indirectly for your work 'supporting' the green party? P.S. Looking forward to seeing the MEP results tonight - I really hope the Alex Philips and Jason Kitcat do get to join the European Gravy Train; that this forces a full local government election in Brighton & Hove and we then get a council that takes responsibility to the city rather than chasing idealistic and badly implemented vanity projects.[/p][/quote]What are you talking about? Of course I don't gain any recompense from the greens, though it will admit an indirect non-monetary recompense as we now have better cycle infrastructure and make much use of the Level, which you like. As for posting, I think you will find it is you that posts in normal working hours, not me! I am surprised you and others can get away with it! Why don't you come clean about it! At least we agree that we should support the Argus employees. I want to see a better paper, not one produced in Weymouth![/p][/quote]It's easy why I can post during working hours - I'm retired! What about all your posts on Thursday - the day of the MEP elections? Now just answer the question - do you work for a real company and do they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member?[/p][/quote]On Thursday? When you worked did you ever have something called holiday? HJarrs
  • Score: -4

1:47pm Sun 25 May 14

pachallis says...

@HJarrs - Did you actually take the day off as holiday? Or is this you just refusing to answer the question?

If you did then what a sad way to spend a holiday - and you must get a lot of holidays based on your postings over the past year!

Now just answer the frigging question - do you work for a real company and do they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member?
@HJarrs - Did you actually take the day off as holiday? Or is this you just refusing to answer the question? If you did then what a sad way to spend a holiday - and you must get a lot of holidays based on your postings over the past year! Now just answer the frigging question - do you work for a real company and do they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member? pachallis
  • Score: 6

4:58pm Sun 25 May 14

FatherTed11 says...

Don't these people have real jobs to go to?
Don't these people have real jobs to go to? FatherTed11
  • Score: 1

6:38pm Sun 25 May 14

HJarrs says...

pachallis wrote:
@HJarrs - Did you actually take the day off as holiday? Or is this you just refusing to answer the question?

If you did then what a sad way to spend a holiday - and you must get a lot of holidays based on your postings over the past year!

Now just answer the frigging question - do you work for a real company and do they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member?
You find the posts I made during normal offices hours and I will telling you whether I was on holiday or not. My employer does not pay for my posts, unlike some. What employment is not a "real" job?
[quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: @HJarrs - Did you actually take the day off as holiday? Or is this you just refusing to answer the question? If you did then what a sad way to spend a holiday - and you must get a lot of holidays based on your postings over the past year! Now just answer the frigging question - do you work for a real company and do they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member?[/p][/quote]You find the posts I made during normal offices hours and I will telling you whether I was on holiday or not. My employer does not pay for my posts, unlike some. What employment is not a "real" job? HJarrs
  • Score: -3

7:23pm Sun 25 May 14

We love Red Billy says...

HJarrs wrote:
pachallis wrote:
@HJarrs - wrong - I support The Argus and the reporters - what I don't support are your left-wing activist antics in support of the immature, ideological, incompetent greens.

I (nor Eugenius apparently) do not receive any support - we are just local citizens who have a strong beliefs and want to ensure that all MEPs, MPs, councillors, and council workers are held to account for the actions they take (or don't take). In my case I particulars want to expose the left-wing anti-capitalist green-left group that controls the Green party and wants to return Britain to the socialist 60s, but that want to create the impression they are centre pro-environment group in order to win votes.

If you do work for a real company I am really surprised they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member?

Why don't you come clean about whether or not you receive financial recompense directly or indirectly for your work 'supporting' the green party?

P.S. Looking forward to seeing the MEP results tonight - I really hope the Alex Philips and Jason Kitcat do get to join the European Gravy Train; that this forces a full local government election in Brighton & Hove and we then get a council that takes responsibility to the city rather than chasing idealistic and badly implemented vanity projects.
What are you talking about? Of course I don't gain any recompense from the greens, though it will admit an indirect non-monetary recompense as we now have better cycle infrastructure and make much use of the Level, which you like. As for posting, I think you will find it is you that posts in normal working hours, not me! I am surprised you and others can get away with it! Why don't you come clean about it!

At least we agree that we should support the Argus employees. I want to see a better paper, not one produced in Weymouth!
Steve, you are an eco consultant with B&H contracts, so yes you are on the gravy train. Your wheels are coming of in less than a year though. Oh how we will laugh. Vote Gzunder!
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: @HJarrs - wrong - I support The Argus and the reporters - what I don't support are your left-wing activist antics in support of the immature, ideological, incompetent greens. I (nor Eugenius apparently) do not receive any support - we are just local citizens who have a strong beliefs and want to ensure that all MEPs, MPs, councillors, and council workers are held to account for the actions they take (or don't take). In my case I particulars want to expose the left-wing anti-capitalist green-left group that controls the Green party and wants to return Britain to the socialist 60s, but that want to create the impression they are centre pro-environment group in order to win votes. If you do work for a real company I am really surprised they allow you the amount of time you spend blogging - or are you possibly a council funded trade union member? Why don't you come clean about whether or not you receive financial recompense directly or indirectly for your work 'supporting' the green party? P.S. Looking forward to seeing the MEP results tonight - I really hope the Alex Philips and Jason Kitcat do get to join the European Gravy Train; that this forces a full local government election in Brighton & Hove and we then get a council that takes responsibility to the city rather than chasing idealistic and badly implemented vanity projects.[/p][/quote]What are you talking about? Of course I don't gain any recompense from the greens, though it will admit an indirect non-monetary recompense as we now have better cycle infrastructure and make much use of the Level, which you like. As for posting, I think you will find it is you that posts in normal working hours, not me! I am surprised you and others can get away with it! Why don't you come clean about it! At least we agree that we should support the Argus employees. I want to see a better paper, not one produced in Weymouth![/p][/quote]Steve, you are an eco consultant with B&H contracts, so yes you are on the gravy train. Your wheels are coming of in less than a year though. Oh how we will laugh. Vote Gzunder! We love Red Billy
  • Score: 4

7:39pm Sun 25 May 14

HJarrs says...

You may have changed your posting name, but last time you posted this rubbish you failed to respond when I asked you to put up or shut up over posting some evidence. Tell me which contracts? Where is the proof? Off you go.
You may have changed your posting name, but last time you posted this rubbish you failed to respond when I asked you to put up or shut up over posting some evidence. Tell me which contracts? Where is the proof? Off you go. HJarrs
  • Score: -4

7:47pm Sun 25 May 14

pachallis says...

@HJarrs - please tell us what time you leave your home in Elm Grove to cycle past the Level along the Lewes Road cycle lanes to go to your office and what time you get home. Then if you post anything within these times we'll be able to identify the days when you are on 'holiday'.
@HJarrs - please tell us what time you leave your home in Elm Grove to cycle past the Level along the Lewes Road cycle lanes to go to your office and what time you get home. Then if you post anything within these times we'll be able to identify the days when you are on 'holiday'. pachallis
  • Score: 3

7:52pm Sun 25 May 14

HJarrs says...

pachallis wrote:
@HJarrs - please tell us what time you leave your home in Elm Grove to cycle past the Level along the Lewes Road cycle lanes to go to your office and what time you get home. Then if you post anything within these times we'll be able to identify the days when you are on 'holiday'.
Tell you what Patchy, why don't I give you my inside leg measurement and bank account details while I am at it! You are very intrusive for someone who is so coy about there voting intentions.
[quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: @HJarrs - please tell us what time you leave your home in Elm Grove to cycle past the Level along the Lewes Road cycle lanes to go to your office and what time you get home. Then if you post anything within these times we'll be able to identify the days when you are on 'holiday'.[/p][/quote]Tell you what Patchy, why don't I give you my inside leg measurement and bank account details while I am at it! You are very intrusive for someone who is so coy about there voting intentions. HJarrs
  • Score: -3

8:23pm Sun 25 May 14

pachallis says...

HJarrs wrote:
pachallis wrote:
@HJarrs - please tell us what time you leave your home in Elm Grove to cycle past the Level along the Lewes Road cycle lanes to go to your office and what time you get home. Then if you post anything within these times we'll be able to identify the days when you are on 'holiday'.
Tell you what Patchy, why don't I give you my inside leg measurement and bank account details while I am at it! You are very intrusive for someone who is so coy about there voting intentions.
Which is a bit strange for a green party supporter who is so embarrassed of what he does that he has to keep his identity so secret? Typical of you that if we ask a detailed question you never actually answer it - instead reverting to reason to not answer?

I guess if your identity was found out then you'd never get a contract as an eco-consultant ever again based on the ridicule you regularly receive for the pro-left wing pro-green rubbish you regularly spout.

Strange that you think telling us your work hours so we can tell when you must be blogging at work is intrusive?

Even stranger that you actually take a holiday for posting during the day? You must lead a very sad existence. I guess you'll be busy posting tomorrow when the MEP results are revealed.

We all know who you voted for, but you are so embarrassed you can't reveal your identity? We don't have to tell you how we voted - other than it would never be for immature ideological incompetent green party.

The way you respond to these posts just reinforces this in that you can't be trusted and you generate negativity for the greens rather than helping them. You really are a very poor green supporter. Please keep up the good work!
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: @HJarrs - please tell us what time you leave your home in Elm Grove to cycle past the Level along the Lewes Road cycle lanes to go to your office and what time you get home. Then if you post anything within these times we'll be able to identify the days when you are on 'holiday'.[/p][/quote]Tell you what Patchy, why don't I give you my inside leg measurement and bank account details while I am at it! You are very intrusive for someone who is so coy about there voting intentions.[/p][/quote]Which is a bit strange for a green party supporter who is so embarrassed of what he does that he has to keep his identity so secret? Typical of you that if we ask a detailed question you never actually answer it - instead reverting to reason to not answer? I guess if your identity was found out then you'd never get a contract as an eco-consultant ever again based on the ridicule you regularly receive for the pro-left wing pro-green rubbish you regularly spout. Strange that you think telling us your work hours so we can tell when you must be blogging at work is intrusive? Even stranger that you actually take a holiday for posting during the day? You must lead a very sad existence. I guess you'll be busy posting tomorrow when the MEP results are revealed. We all know who you voted for, but you are so embarrassed you can't reveal your identity? We don't have to tell you how we voted - other than it would never be for immature ideological incompetent green party. The way you respond to these posts just reinforces this in that you can't be trusted and you generate negativity for the greens rather than helping them. You really are a very poor green supporter. Please keep up the good work! pachallis
  • Score: 4

8:51pm Sun 25 May 14

HJarrs says...

pachallis wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
pachallis wrote:
@HJarrs - please tell us what time you leave your home in Elm Grove to cycle past the Level along the Lewes Road cycle lanes to go to your office and what time you get home. Then if you post anything within these times we'll be able to identify the days when you are on 'holiday'.
Tell you what Patchy, why don't I give you my inside leg measurement and bank account details while I am at it! You are very intrusive for someone who is so coy about there voting intentions.
Which is a bit strange for a green party supporter who is so embarrassed of what he does that he has to keep his identity so secret? Typical of you that if we ask a detailed question you never actually answer it - instead reverting to reason to not answer?

I guess if your identity was found out then you'd never get a contract as an eco-consultant ever again based on the ridicule you regularly receive for the pro-left wing pro-green rubbish you regularly spout.

Strange that you think telling us your work hours so we can tell when you must be blogging at work is intrusive?

Even stranger that you actually take a holiday for posting during the day? You must lead a very sad existence. I guess you'll be busy posting tomorrow when the MEP results are revealed.

We all know who you voted for, but you are so embarrassed you can't reveal your identity? We don't have to tell you how we voted - other than it would never be for immature ideological incompetent green party.

The way you respond to these posts just reinforces this in that you can't be trusted and you generate negativity for the greens rather than helping them. You really are a very poor green supporter. Please keep up the good work!
Look Patchy, sorry I won't play the game of telling you every detail of my life so you can throw it back. If you don't believe what I say, then I couldn't care less.

Bit worried you actually think I take holiday to post on the Argus website though!

I am sorry I got sucked in to this tedium instead of sticking to the subject of the article. It is taking away from the good work that the Argus volunteers carried out. They are a good example to us all.
[quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: @HJarrs - please tell us what time you leave your home in Elm Grove to cycle past the Level along the Lewes Road cycle lanes to go to your office and what time you get home. Then if you post anything within these times we'll be able to identify the days when you are on 'holiday'.[/p][/quote]Tell you what Patchy, why don't I give you my inside leg measurement and bank account details while I am at it! You are very intrusive for someone who is so coy about there voting intentions.[/p][/quote]Which is a bit strange for a green party supporter who is so embarrassed of what he does that he has to keep his identity so secret? Typical of you that if we ask a detailed question you never actually answer it - instead reverting to reason to not answer? I guess if your identity was found out then you'd never get a contract as an eco-consultant ever again based on the ridicule you regularly receive for the pro-left wing pro-green rubbish you regularly spout. Strange that you think telling us your work hours so we can tell when you must be blogging at work is intrusive? Even stranger that you actually take a holiday for posting during the day? You must lead a very sad existence. I guess you'll be busy posting tomorrow when the MEP results are revealed. We all know who you voted for, but you are so embarrassed you can't reveal your identity? We don't have to tell you how we voted - other than it would never be for immature ideological incompetent green party. The way you respond to these posts just reinforces this in that you can't be trusted and you generate negativity for the greens rather than helping them. You really are a very poor green supporter. Please keep up the good work![/p][/quote]Look Patchy, sorry I won't play the game of telling you every detail of my life so you can throw it back. If you don't believe what I say, then I couldn't care less. Bit worried you actually think I take holiday to post on the Argus website though! I am sorry I got sucked in to this tedium instead of sticking to the subject of the article. It is taking away from the good work that the Argus volunteers carried out. They are a good example to us all. HJarrs
  • Score: -3

11:08am Mon 26 May 14

pachallis says...

@HJarrs - the thing you must remember is that in your official (or even unofficial) role of green party spokesperson on these postings is that you are representing the Green Party and their views and policies and it is, as such, a very responsible role.

You, IMHO, need to create the impression that the Greens are a responsible, honest, dependable party that residents can trust to represent us on the council, at parliament or in Europe.

If you must hide behind pseudonyms and attack other parties, institutions and posters, this generates a very negative image of what the Green Party are all about - a bit like the spineless UAF protestors that wear balaclavas to hide their identity whilst calling blood donors racists.

My party view is totally immaterial - I am, as I have said repeatedly before, pro-environment but anti-green and feel it is my civic duty to hold anyone in power to account - whichever party they represent.

Regarding postings during the working day - you said that you didn't do them and implied that you only did them outside working hours or when on holiday. You then get very defensive when I try to dig further. What are you hiding?

@We Love Billy Red says that 'you are an eco consultant with B&H contracts' - if that is so then why not act like a responsible honest adult and just come clean about it rather than becoming childishly abusive as usual? If it is not the case, then just honestly state what your relationship with the Council and Green Party is (like Eugenius)?
@HJarrs - the thing you must remember is that in your official (or even unofficial) role of green party spokesperson on these postings is that you are representing the Green Party and their views and policies and it is, as such, a very responsible role. You, IMHO, need to create the impression that the Greens are a responsible, honest, dependable party that residents can trust to represent us on the council, at parliament or in Europe. If you must hide behind pseudonyms and attack other parties, institutions and posters, this generates a very negative image of what the Green Party are all about - a bit like the spineless UAF protestors that wear balaclavas to hide their identity whilst calling blood donors racists. My party view is totally immaterial - I am, as I have said repeatedly before, pro-environment but anti-green and feel it is my civic duty to hold anyone in power to account - whichever party they represent. Regarding postings during the working day - you said that you didn't do them and implied that you only did them outside working hours or when on holiday. You then get very defensive when I try to dig further. What are you hiding? @We Love Billy Red says that 'you are an eco consultant with B&H contracts' - if that is so then why not act like a responsible honest adult and just come clean about it rather than becoming childishly abusive as usual? If it is not the case, then just honestly state what your relationship with the Council and Green Party is (like Eugenius)? pachallis
  • Score: 1

12:05pm Mon 26 May 14

HJarrs says...

pachallis wrote:
@HJarrs - the thing you must remember is that in your official (or even unofficial) role of green party spokesperson on these postings is that you are representing the Green Party and their views and policies and it is, as such, a very responsible role.

You, IMHO, need to create the impression that the Greens are a responsible, honest, dependable party that residents can trust to represent us on the council, at parliament or in Europe.

If you must hide behind pseudonyms and attack other parties, institutions and posters, this generates a very negative image of what the Green Party are all about - a bit like the spineless UAF protestors that wear balaclavas to hide their identity whilst calling blood donors racists.

My party view is totally immaterial - I am, as I have said repeatedly before, pro-environment but anti-green and feel it is my civic duty to hold anyone in power to account - whichever party they represent.

Regarding postings during the working day - you said that you didn't do them and implied that you only did them outside working hours or when on holiday. You then get very defensive when I try to dig further. What are you hiding?

@We Love Billy Red says that 'you are an eco consultant with B&H contracts' - if that is so then why not act like a responsible honest adult and just come clean about it rather than becoming childishly abusive as usual? If it is not the case, then just honestly state what your relationship with the Council and Green Party is (like Eugenius)?
Since when do I represent the Greens as a spokesperson? This is something you made up remember?
[quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: @HJarrs - the thing you must remember is that in your official (or even unofficial) role of green party spokesperson on these postings is that you are representing the Green Party and their views and policies and it is, as such, a very responsible role. You, IMHO, need to create the impression that the Greens are a responsible, honest, dependable party that residents can trust to represent us on the council, at parliament or in Europe. If you must hide behind pseudonyms and attack other parties, institutions and posters, this generates a very negative image of what the Green Party are all about - a bit like the spineless UAF protestors that wear balaclavas to hide their identity whilst calling blood donors racists. My party view is totally immaterial - I am, as I have said repeatedly before, pro-environment but anti-green and feel it is my civic duty to hold anyone in power to account - whichever party they represent. Regarding postings during the working day - you said that you didn't do them and implied that you only did them outside working hours or when on holiday. You then get very defensive when I try to dig further. What are you hiding? @We Love Billy Red says that 'you are an eco consultant with B&H contracts' - if that is so then why not act like a responsible honest adult and just come clean about it rather than becoming childishly abusive as usual? If it is not the case, then just honestly state what your relationship with the Council and Green Party is (like Eugenius)?[/p][/quote]Since when do I represent the Greens as a spokesperson? This is something you made up remember? HJarrs
  • Score: -1

12:08pm Mon 26 May 14

pachallis says...

@HJarrs - then all your postings are your own responsibility and we can now just treat you as a sad, dim-witted, fanbois!
@HJarrs - then all your postings are your own responsibility and we can now just treat you as a sad, dim-witted, fanbois! pachallis
  • Score: 2

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