Owner of dirty Whitehawk chip shop fined £1k

"Deep fried cockroach" found in bag of chips

A plastic container containing brown slimy liquid

Congealed grease and polystyrene cups

Contaminated internal surfaces of microwave

Rodent droppings and large insect in area used to store refuse bins

Rodent droppings found in internal food store

Cod Plus, Whitehawk Road, Brighton

First published in News
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by , Chief reporter

A chip shop was found to be infested with rats after a customer found a deep fried cockroach in a bag of chips.

Health inspectors found rat droppings at the Cod+ takeaway in Whitehawk Road, Brighton after the customer complained.

Owner Asif Javaid, who lives above the shop, denied breaching food hygiene regulations but was found guilty of not keeping the takeaway clean, not taking measures to prevent rats from infesting the premises and not properly supervising staff in food hygiene measures.

He was fined £1,000 and ordered to pay a further £1,600. But he said he already had plans to sell the business.

Len Batten, prosecuting, told Brighton Magistrates’ Court yesterday: “A customer Joanne Pope stopped on her way home to buy a bag of chips from Cod+. She got on the bus home then ate the chips.

“As she got to the bottom of the bag she found what she thought was a bone. Then she noticed it had legs. Then she realised it was what she thought was a cockroach.

“She put it in a plastic bag and informed the environmental health department.”

Brighton and Hove City Council food safety officer Kevin Newman inspected the premises on October 13, 2013.

He told the court that he found rat droppings in a storage area, a filthy microwave, greasy tiles and a huge build ups of grease during the inspection.

He said the takeaway had been served warning notices on previous occasions.

After being found guilty of three counts of breaching food hygiene regulations Javaid told the court: “Since this case was reported my family has been subjected to all kinds of abuse.

“As a result of that I had a heart attack. I'm a 43-year-old man and it was entirely because of the tension of it.

“We have suffered abuse and my wife has also had two miscarriages.” Father-of-three Javaid was found not guilty of a fourth count of failing to put in place processes to prevent infestations of rodents.

The magistrates said: “It’s clear there were several problems with the way you managed your premises.”

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11:30am Tue 5 Aug 14

monkeymoo says...

Hmmm.....
...This all sounds a bit fishy to me!
Hmmm..... ...This all sounds a bit fishy to me! monkeymoo
  • Score: 9

11:33am Tue 5 Aug 14

Quiterie says...

Deep Fried Cockroaches are a Speciality in Thailand.
Deep Fried Cockroaches are a Speciality in Thailand. Quiterie
  • Score: 11

11:35am Tue 5 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

So only one cockroach was found?

Why would a rat-infested establishment have only one cockroach, one which wasn't even on the premises when discovered?
So only one cockroach was found? Why would a rat-infested establishment have only one cockroach, one which wasn't even on the premises when discovered? stevo!!
  • Score: -37

11:43am Tue 5 Aug 14

s&k says...

Cod only knows what you'll find in there.
Cod only knows what you'll find in there. s&k
  • Score: 7

11:50am Tue 5 Aug 14

We love Red Billy says...

Waiter, waiter there's a cockroach in my chips. Quiet sir or every one will
want one.
Waiter, waiter there's a cockroach in my chips. Quiet sir or every one will want one. We love Red Billy
  • Score: -7

11:58am Tue 5 Aug 14

BURIRAM says...

Quiterie wrote:
Deep Fried Cockroaches are a Speciality in Thailand.
But they are specialy breed they don't just pick them up off the floor and cook them and most Thais don't eat them anyway.
Even KFC London road was done recently for bad food hygiene, these places should be made to shut done immediately then the public would be safer and staff not open to abuse.
[quote][p][bold]Quiterie[/bold] wrote: Deep Fried Cockroaches are a Speciality in Thailand.[/p][/quote]But they are specialy breed they don't just pick them up off the floor and cook them and most Thais don't eat them anyway. Even KFC London road was done recently for bad food hygiene, these places should be made to shut done immediately then the public would be safer and staff not open to abuse. BURIRAM
  • Score: 24

12:01pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Mrs Newcastle says...

stevo!! wrote:
So only one cockroach was found?

Why would a rat-infested establishment have only one cockroach, one which wasn't even on the premises when discovered?
Cockroaches hide during the day and come out at night, maybe there was signs of them (like their droppings ) at the premises if they were visited during the day?
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: So only one cockroach was found? Why would a rat-infested establishment have only one cockroach, one which wasn't even on the premises when discovered?[/p][/quote]Cockroaches hide during the day and come out at night, maybe there was signs of them (like their droppings ) at the premises if they were visited during the day? Mrs Newcastle
  • Score: 17

12:02pm Tue 5 Aug 14

firemanste says...

only fined 1 k.he got off lightly and as for getting abuse.he deserves it as he didnt care when serving food from the said premises ans he aha had several warnings.he should leave town a.s.a.p
only fined 1 k.he got off lightly and as for getting abuse.he deserves it as he didnt care when serving food from the said premises ans he aha had several warnings.he should leave town a.s.a.p firemanste
  • Score: 44

12:04pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Bugzy84 says...

Wasn't this place in the paper for the same reason a while back.
No sympathy for this guy, if he had run his business properly he wouldn't have had the fines and abused from the people he put in danger just because he was too lazy to clean.
Should be banned from ever operating a food business again.
Wasn't this place in the paper for the same reason a while back. No sympathy for this guy, if he had run his business properly he wouldn't have had the fines and abused from the people he put in danger just because he was too lazy to clean. Should be banned from ever operating a food business again. Bugzy84
  • Score: 53

12:04pm Tue 5 Aug 14

firemanste says...

BURIRAM wrote:
Quiterie wrote:
Deep Fried Cockroaches are a Speciality in Thailand.
But they are specialy breed they don't just pick them up off the floor and cook them and most Thais don't eat them anyway.
Even KFC London road was done recently for bad food hygiene, these places should be made to shut done immediately then the public would be safer and staff not open to abuse.
well said as they dont care as long as they take the money
[quote][p][bold]BURIRAM[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Quiterie[/bold] wrote: Deep Fried Cockroaches are a Speciality in Thailand.[/p][/quote]But they are specialy breed they don't just pick them up off the floor and cook them and most Thais don't eat them anyway. Even KFC London road was done recently for bad food hygiene, these places should be made to shut done immediately then the public would be safer and staff not open to abuse.[/p][/quote]well said as they dont care as long as they take the money firemanste
  • Score: 37

12:16pm Tue 5 Aug 14

stevensavage says...

its made him ill he says.he brought it on himself.anyone could of been ill through his actions innocent people could of suffered through his dirty hygene.as long as its not one of his relatives who buy it
its made him ill he says.he brought it on himself.anyone could of been ill through his actions innocent people could of suffered through his dirty hygene.as long as its not one of his relatives who buy it stevensavage
  • Score: 35

12:17pm Tue 5 Aug 14

stevensavage says...

Quiterie wrote:
Deep Fried Cockroaches are a Speciality in Thailand.
and in whitehawk
[quote][p][bold]Quiterie[/bold] wrote: Deep Fried Cockroaches are a Speciality in Thailand.[/p][/quote]and in whitehawk stevensavage
  • Score: 22

12:18pm Tue 5 Aug 14

RootyRoo says...

For Cod's hake, won't be using this plaice again!
For Cod's hake, won't be using this plaice again! RootyRoo
  • Score: -2

12:28pm Tue 5 Aug 14

TIMBURRY says...

How much does he want for the shop and what's the name of the selling agent
How much does he want for the shop and what's the name of the selling agent TIMBURRY
  • Score: 6

12:34pm Tue 5 Aug 14

TIMBURRY says...

I've just looked at the picture of the shop and noticed an ad for JUST EAT home delivery and I'm wondering why they aren't in court.
I've just looked at the picture of the shop and noticed an ad for JUST EAT home delivery and I'm wondering why they aren't in court. TIMBURRY
  • Score: 6

12:38pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Fairfax Aches says...

look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it. Fairfax Aches
  • Score: 113

12:45pm Tue 5 Aug 14

ThinkBrighton says...

If you want your stomach to churn, take a walk up Little Preston Street in Brighton and have a look at the rear entrances to most of the "ethnic "
restaurants up there, and they are inspected by the council - not!
With all the take aways opening in the City where the owners can barely speak english how can the council expect them to uphold our UK standards of hygeine
If you want your stomach to churn, take a walk up Little Preston Street in Brighton and have a look at the rear entrances to most of the "ethnic " restaurants up there, and they are inspected by the council - not! With all the take aways opening in the City where the owners can barely speak english how can the council expect them to uphold our UK standards of hygeine ThinkBrighton
  • Score: 150

12:45pm Tue 5 Aug 14

sussexram40 says...

That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean. sussexram40
  • Score: 34

1:01pm Tue 5 Aug 14

TheDrive says...

Shut him down and give the shop to someone else. Simple.
Shut him down and give the shop to someone else. Simple. TheDrive
  • Score: 22

2:48pm Tue 5 Aug 14

gazzamagoo says...

Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
Lazines and a lack of education?
[quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]Lazines and a lack of education? gazzamagoo
  • Score: -166

3:20pm Tue 5 Aug 14

missPgreen says...

ThinkBrighton wrote:
If you want your stomach to churn, take a walk up Little Preston Street in Brighton and have a look at the rear entrances to most of the "ethnic "
restaurants up there, and they are inspected by the council - not!
With all the take aways opening in the City where the owners can barely speak english how can the council expect them to uphold our UK standards of hygeine
Precisely. And authorities up and down the country are allowing these types to drag British hygeine standatrds down to third world country levels. Seems to me many of those in authority must practice low standards themselves: eg. food safety officer Kevin Newman says he found the takeaway disgustinly dirty in October last year, and several times previous to that the takeaway had been served health safety warnings. Why no closure? And still today Mr Javaid is, with the blessing of Brighton & Hove Council, open for business selling the speciality dish of cod chips and sprinkling of cockcroach. Says it all!
[quote][p][bold]ThinkBrighton[/bold] wrote: If you want your stomach to churn, take a walk up Little Preston Street in Brighton and have a look at the rear entrances to most of the "ethnic " restaurants up there, and they are inspected by the council - not! With all the take aways opening in the City where the owners can barely speak english how can the council expect them to uphold our UK standards of hygeine[/p][/quote]Precisely. And authorities up and down the country are allowing these types to drag British hygeine standatrds down to third world country levels. Seems to me many of those in authority must practice low standards themselves: eg. food safety officer Kevin Newman says he found the takeaway disgustinly dirty in October last year, and several times previous to that the takeaway had been served health safety warnings. Why no closure? And still today Mr Javaid is, with the blessing of Brighton & Hove Council, open for business selling the speciality dish of cod chips and sprinkling of cockcroach. Says it all! missPgreen
  • Score: 56

3:55pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Nikski says...

I could see this catching on, kind of a quirky Brighton thing! Plate of tempura battered cockroach with crispy rats droppings....mmmm. The place could be called Bugsy's!
I could see this catching on, kind of a quirky Brighton thing! Plate of tempura battered cockroach with crispy rats droppings....mmmm. The place could be called Bugsy's! Nikski
  • Score: 11

3:56pm Tue 5 Aug 14

winewomenandsong says...

Which reminds me.
A mum and dad were out picnicking with their children when suddenly their little girl swotted a butterfly dead. Very naughty to kill the butterfly said dad, and for doing so you will have no butter on your bread for a whole month. A moment later their little boy swotted a bee dead, and again dad handed down punishment, telling the boy he would have no honey on his bread for a whole month. Not long after that a cockcroach landed on the table and bang, mum killed it stone dead. With that the boy shouted across to his dad "will you tell mum or shall I"?
Which reminds me. A mum and dad were out picnicking with their children when suddenly their little girl swotted a butterfly dead. Very naughty to kill the butterfly said dad, and for doing so you will have no butter on your bread for a whole month. A moment later their little boy swotted a bee dead, and again dad handed down punishment, telling the boy he would have no honey on his bread for a whole month. Not long after that a cockcroach landed on the table and bang, mum killed it stone dead. With that the boy shouted across to his dad "will you tell mum or shall I"? winewomenandsong
  • Score: 10

3:59pm Tue 5 Aug 14

NickBrt says...

He had a heart attack and she had two miscarriages?! In such a short space of time !!
He had a heart attack and she had two miscarriages?! In such a short space of time !! NickBrt
  • Score: 40

4:15pm Tue 5 Aug 14

lizzy1 says...

sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
[quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!! lizzy1
  • Score: 27

4:27pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Mrbrightside1 says...

lizzy1 wrote:
sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
touchie touchie!!
[quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!![/p][/quote]touchie touchie!! Mrbrightside1
  • Score: -12

4:51pm Tue 5 Aug 14

monkeymoo says...

lizzy1 wrote:
sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk!
[quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!![/p][/quote]Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk! monkeymoo
  • Score: -26

4:59pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Telscombe Cliffy says...

But the shop sign clearly says Cod plus
But the shop sign clearly says Cod plus Telscombe Cliffy
  • Score: 11

5:09pm Tue 5 Aug 14

hellohonkytonks says...

Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
[quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech. hellohonkytonks
  • Score: 16

5:27pm Tue 5 Aug 14

NickBrt says...

Common denominator that gets a thread removed? Do travellers run the chip shop then?
Common denominator that gets a thread removed? Do travellers run the chip shop then? NickBrt
  • Score: -2

6:31pm Tue 5 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

ThinkBrighton wrote:
If you want your stomach to churn, take a walk up Little Preston Street in Brighton and have a look at the rear entrances to most of the "ethnic "
restaurants up there, and they are inspected by the council - not!
With all the take aways opening in the City where the owners can barely speak english how can the council expect them to uphold our UK standards of hygeine
Well said!!

The elephant in the room in these cases relates to ethnicity, but people are scared to death about being slammed for being 'racist' for mentioning it.

Well, I'm not scared, and it's time the aujthorities started applying the law to EVERYONE who comes to this country, because it's failures like this which encourage racism.
[quote][p][bold]ThinkBrighton[/bold] wrote: If you want your stomach to churn, take a walk up Little Preston Street in Brighton and have a look at the rear entrances to most of the "ethnic " restaurants up there, and they are inspected by the council - not! With all the take aways opening in the City where the owners can barely speak english how can the council expect them to uphold our UK standards of hygeine[/p][/quote]Well said!! The elephant in the room in these cases relates to ethnicity, but people are scared to death about being slammed for being 'racist' for mentioning it. Well, I'm not scared, and it's time the aujthorities started applying the law to EVERYONE who comes to this country, because it's failures like this which encourage racism. stevo!!
  • Score: -8

6:48pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Nikski says...

Telscombe Cliffy wrote:
But the shop sign clearly says Cod plus
It should be called 'Codpiece'
[quote][p][bold]Telscombe Cliffy[/bold] wrote: But the shop sign clearly says Cod plus[/p][/quote]It should be called 'Codpiece' Nikski
  • Score: 0

6:53pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Nikski says...

hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
[quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags! Nikski
  • Score: 0

7:26pm Tue 5 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome. stevo!!
  • Score: -23

7:56pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker!
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker! Nikski
  • Score: 6

8:16pm Tue 5 Aug 14

NickBrt says...

Stevo a sucker? Isn't that your perception and not necessarily true? Anyway, I went out for chips this evening. I was asked "salt and vinegar?" I said yes please. They said "cockroiach and rat droppings?" I said no thanks. How much simpler could it have been?!
Stevo a sucker? Isn't that your perception and not necessarily true? Anyway, I went out for chips this evening. I was asked "salt and vinegar?" I said yes please. They said "cockroiach and rat droppings?" I said no thanks. How much simpler could it have been?! NickBrt
  • Score: -1

8:22pm Tue 5 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker!
Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong.

You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect.

If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so.

We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact.

A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact.

Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact.

You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol.

You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker![/p][/quote]Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong. You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect. If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so. We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact. A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact. Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact. You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol. You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again. stevo!!
  • Score: -7

8:36pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker!
Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong.

You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect.

If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so.

We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact.

A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact.

Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact.

You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol.

You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.
Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker![/p][/quote]Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong. You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect. If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so. We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact. A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact. Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact. You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol. You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.[/p][/quote]Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown Nikski
  • Score: 13

8:41pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Nikski says...

NickBrt wrote:
Stevo a sucker? Isn't that your perception and not necessarily true? Anyway, I went out for chips this evening. I was asked "salt and vinegar?" I said yes please. They said "cockroiach and rat droppings?" I said no thanks. How much simpler could it have been?!
Well I take your point NickBrt, but it is a perception based on quite a weight of evidence, namely stevo's numerous posts....
It was also the title of a song by a band called Pop Will Eat Itself (PWEI) for those of a certain age, so I'm guessing you are not one of those?
[quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: Stevo a sucker? Isn't that your perception and not necessarily true? Anyway, I went out for chips this evening. I was asked "salt and vinegar?" I said yes please. They said "cockroiach and rat droppings?" I said no thanks. How much simpler could it have been?![/p][/quote]Well I take your point NickBrt, but it is a perception based on quite a weight of evidence, namely stevo's numerous posts.... It was also the title of a song by a band called Pop Will Eat Itself (PWEI) for those of a certain age, so I'm guessing you are not one of those? Nikski
  • Score: -6

8:46pm Tue 5 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker!
Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong.

You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect.

If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so.

We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact.

A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact.

Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact.

You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol.

You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.
Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown
Thank you for admitting that you weren't able to discuss the points I made.
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker![/p][/quote]Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong. You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect. If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so. We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact. A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact. Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact. You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol. You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.[/p][/quote]Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown[/p][/quote]Thank you for admitting that you weren't able to discuss the points I made. stevo!!
  • Score: -23

8:54pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Nikski says...

stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker!
Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong.

You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect.

If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so.

We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact.

A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact.

Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact.

You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol.

You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.
Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown
Thank you for admitting that you weren't able to discuss the points I made.
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker![/p][/quote]Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong. You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect. If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so. We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact. A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact. Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact. You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol. You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.[/p][/quote]Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown[/p][/quote]Thank you for admitting that you weren't able to discuss the points I made.[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Nikski
  • Score: 17

9:11pm Tue 5 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker!
Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong.

You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect.

If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so.

We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact.

A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact.

Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact.

You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol.

You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.
Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown
Thank you for admitting that you weren't able to discuss the points I made.
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Your first admission was sufficient, but keep them coming if you wish.
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker![/p][/quote]Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong. You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect. If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so. We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact. A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact. Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact. You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol. You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.[/p][/quote]Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown[/p][/quote]Thank you for admitting that you weren't able to discuss the points I made.[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz[/p][/quote]Your first admission was sufficient, but keep them coming if you wish. stevo!!
  • Score: -50

9:11pm Tue 5 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker!
Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong.

You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect.

If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so.

We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact.

A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact.

Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact.

You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol.

You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.
Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown
Thank you for admitting that you weren't able to discuss the points I made.
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Your first admission was sufficient, but keep them coming if you wish.
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker![/p][/quote]Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong. You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect. If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so. We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact. A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact. Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact. You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol. You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.[/p][/quote]Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown[/p][/quote]Thank you for admitting that you weren't able to discuss the points I made.[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz[/p][/quote]Your first admission was sufficient, but keep them coming if you wish. stevo!!
  • Score: -26

9:14pm Tue 5 Aug 14

JHunty says...

stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker!
Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong.

You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect.

If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so.

We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact.

A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact.

Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact.

You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol.

You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.
Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown
Thank you for admitting that you weren't able to discuss the points I made.
Perceptions can indeed be wrong. They are based on sensory input filtered through a persons understanding of or ability to interpret a situation and are therefore fallible and not absolute.
This establishment had been visited as a matter of course hence the previous failings pointed out by B and H council.
The statement that many dirty establishments are run by members of ethnic minorities may or may not be true but you are deliberately confusing correlation with causation and in so doing you betray your own prejudices.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker![/p][/quote]Perceptions cannot possibly be wrong. You're confusing them with 'assumptions', which can be incorrect. If a person perceives that a high number of these establishments are being successfully prosecuted, then that must be so. We also know that this estab ishment hadn't been examined as a matter of course, because it was a member of the public who blew the whistle. That is a fact......you can argue that all you like, but it will remaion a fact. A great many dirty establishments in B&H are run by ethnic minorities. That is also a fact. Claiming that someone is racist for poointing out such facts is your pathetic way of trying to defdlect attention to what is going on among the newcomers to these shores. That is also a fact. You'll be telling us next that it's 'racist' to celebrate a national saint's day, lol. You're pathetic, and I've caught you out again.[/p][/quote]Er, no stevo, you've just made yourself look extremely foolish in public again.......clown[/p][/quote]Thank you for admitting that you weren't able to discuss the points I made.[/p][/quote]Perceptions can indeed be wrong. They are based on sensory input filtered through a persons understanding of or ability to interpret a situation and are therefore fallible and not absolute. This establishment had been visited as a matter of course hence the previous failings pointed out by B and H council. The statement that many dirty establishments are run by members of ethnic minorities may or may not be true but you are deliberately confusing correlation with causation and in so doing you betray your own prejudices. JHunty
  • Score: 6

9:31pm Tue 5 Aug 14

lizzy1 says...

monkeymoo wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk!
And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.
[quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!![/p][/quote]Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk![/p][/quote]And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community. lizzy1
  • Score: 3

1:17am Wed 6 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

"The statement that many dirty establishments are run by members of ethnic minorities may or may not be true ..."

So:

1) You admit you have no idea what the facts are.

2) You accept that it is possible that the ethnics run filthy establishments

Isn't it more a case of YOU bringing your prejudices into this discussion? That you attack people for bringing facts to the discussion which are at odds with YOUR bigoted view of the situation?
"The statement that many dirty establishments are run by members of ethnic minorities may or may not be true ..." So: 1) You admit you have no idea what the facts are. 2) You accept that it is possible that the ethnics run filthy establishments Isn't it more a case of YOU bringing your prejudices into this discussion? That you attack people for bringing facts to the discussion which are at odds with YOUR bigoted view of the situation? stevo!!
  • Score: -25

1:33am Wed 6 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

lizzy1 wrote:
monkeymoo wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk!
And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.
It's a sh*thole.

Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas.

And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?
[quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!![/p][/quote]Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk![/p][/quote]And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.[/p][/quote]It's a sh*thole. Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas. And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides? stevo!!
  • Score: -31

1:38am Wed 6 Aug 14

whatevernext2013 says...

monkeymoo wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk!
have you taken a walk around the once great town brighton thats now a filthy dirty city that s full of homeless people sleeping in the doorways of half the city s streets ,there is not one clean well kept street in brighton city as i type ,there are food outlets in hove that made the pages of this rag for getting a zreo food rating for hygiene in the not too distant past ,one in whitehawk and i think it was five in hove ,it says a lot about hove and its standards
[quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!![/p][/quote]Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk![/p][/quote]have you taken a walk around the once great town brighton thats now a filthy dirty city that s full of homeless people sleeping in the doorways of half the city s streets ,there is not one clean well kept street in brighton city as i type ,there are food outlets in hove that made the pages of this rag for getting a zreo food rating for hygiene in the not too distant past ,one in whitehawk and i think it was five in hove ,it says a lot about hove and its standards whatevernext2013
  • Score: 15

6:42am Wed 6 Aug 14

lizzy1 says...

stevo!! wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
monkeymoo wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk!
And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.
It's a sh*thole.

Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas.

And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?
Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!![/p][/quote]Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk![/p][/quote]And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.[/p][/quote]It's a sh*thole. Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas. And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?[/p][/quote]Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower lizzy1
  • Score: 22

8:05am Wed 6 Aug 14

cookie_brighton says...

firemanste wrote:
BURIRAM wrote:
Quiterie wrote:
Deep Fried Cockroaches are a Speciality in Thailand.
But they are specialy breed they don't just pick them up off the floor and cook them and most Thais don't eat them anyway.
Even KFC London road was done recently for bad food hygiene, these places should be made to shut done immediately then the public would be safer and staff not open to abuse.
well said as they dont care as long as they take the money
most of these fast sood outlats are owned/worked by foreigners......they do not like us Brits....they just see the pound signs......I never use these outlets, you never know how the food was prepared/cooked or even what the contents are...........some people have received items in their curry which they did not order.
[quote][p][bold]firemanste[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BURIRAM[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Quiterie[/bold] wrote: Deep Fried Cockroaches are a Speciality in Thailand.[/p][/quote]But they are specialy breed they don't just pick them up off the floor and cook them and most Thais don't eat them anyway. Even KFC London road was done recently for bad food hygiene, these places should be made to shut done immediately then the public would be safer and staff not open to abuse.[/p][/quote]well said as they dont care as long as they take the money[/p][/quote]most of these fast sood outlats are owned/worked by foreigners......they do not like us Brits....they just see the pound signs......I never use these outlets, you never know how the food was prepared/cooked or even what the contents are...........some people have received items in their curry which they did not order. cookie_brighton
  • Score: -10

8:28am Wed 6 Aug 14

AlanPare says...

stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
Stevo!! - I think if you would just admit to being racist then people would actually have more respect for you. I think it's thefact that you make racist posts and comments, and defend others that do the same, whilst not being able to admit your prejudice that makes you look like like a bit of an a**e. Embrace your bigotry my friend. I fundamentally disagree with your views on such matters, but would respect you for standing up and proudly stating "I am a racist, and all of this country's ills are caused by foreigners." Cheers chap. AP
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]Stevo!! - I think if you would just admit to being racist then people would actually have more respect for you. I think it's thefact that you make racist posts and comments, and defend others that do the same, whilst not being able to admit your prejudice that makes you look like like a bit of an a**e. Embrace your bigotry my friend. I fundamentally disagree with your views on such matters, but would respect you for standing up and proudly stating "I am a racist, and all of this country's ills are caused by foreigners." Cheers chap. AP AlanPare
  • Score: 74

8:46am Wed 6 Aug 14

hoveguyactually says...

Stevo is a realist and is one of the few who has the courage to tell the truth. For that he is called a racist. Such is the problem in this country that political correctness has taken such a hold that there is a perpetual fear of speaking out, for fear of prosecution. Not very far removed from the Stasi, are we?

Meanwhile, why was the owner of the shop given such a paltry fine? He complains about the effect this has had on his health and that of his family. What about the health of his victims - the customers who have probably suffered all kinds of health problems, as a result of his neglect of hygiene. And why, in the 21st century, are there still so many getting away with this crime? Unfortunately one reads about this so often in the Argus.
Stevo is a realist and is one of the few who has the courage to tell the truth. For that he is called a racist. Such is the problem in this country that political correctness has taken such a hold that there is a perpetual fear of speaking out, for fear of prosecution. Not very far removed from the Stasi, are we? Meanwhile, why was the owner of the shop given such a paltry fine? He complains about the effect this has had on his health and that of his family. What about the health of his victims - the customers who have probably suffered all kinds of health problems, as a result of his neglect of hygiene. And why, in the 21st century, are there still so many getting away with this crime? Unfortunately one reads about this so often in the Argus. hoveguyactually
  • Score: -27

9:30am Wed 6 Aug 14

Ground Sky Ground Sky says...

Large Roach and Chips Please
Large Roach and Chips Please Ground Sky Ground Sky
  • Score: 0

9:52am Wed 6 Aug 14

SmileyD says...

Packed with protein - so probably better for you than the chips. Surprised Heston Blumenthal hasn't been in touch for the recipe!
Packed with protein - so probably better for you than the chips. Surprised Heston Blumenthal hasn't been in touch for the recipe! SmileyD
  • Score: 0

9:58am Wed 6 Aug 14

Ambo Guy says...

Surely I'm not the only one here who's utterly sick of Stevo's constant bull**it on here? He just regurgitates the same stuff over and over and over again such as "thanks for admitting that I'm right" , "thumbs down show that I'm right" , "im not racist you are" and "you couldn't answer any of my points" etc etc (have I missed any?)
I just look forward to the day when his mum confiscates his laptop and he can't get on here and tops himself.
I'm expecting this post to be deleted but I genuinely hate how every story gets trolled by this dimwitted, racist nastly little cretin.
Surely I'm not the only one here who's utterly sick of Stevo's constant bull**it on here? He just regurgitates the same stuff over and over and over again such as "thanks for admitting that I'm right" , "thumbs down show that I'm right" , "im not racist you are" and "you couldn't answer any of my points" etc etc (have I missed any?) I just look forward to the day when his mum confiscates his laptop and he can't get on here and tops himself. I'm expecting this post to be deleted but I genuinely hate how every story gets trolled by this dimwitted, racist nastly little cretin. Ambo Guy
  • Score: 165

10:12am Wed 6 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Ambo Guy wrote:
Surely I'm not the only one here who's utterly sick of Stevo's constant bull**it on here? He just regurgitates the same stuff over and over and over again such as "thanks for admitting that I'm right" , "thumbs down show that I'm right" , "im not racist you are" and "you couldn't answer any of my points" etc etc (have I missed any?)
I just look forward to the day when his mum confiscates his laptop and he can't get on here and tops himself.
I'm expecting this post to be deleted but I genuinely hate how every story gets trolled by this dimwitted, racist nastly little cretin.
Is that the same alleged BS that you cannot argue against, AmboGay?

If the discussions are beyond you, I suggest you don't tell us that they are.

Your comment about suicide tells us everything about you.

You're welcome.
[quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: Surely I'm not the only one here who's utterly sick of Stevo's constant bull**it on here? He just regurgitates the same stuff over and over and over again such as "thanks for admitting that I'm right" , "thumbs down show that I'm right" , "im not racist you are" and "you couldn't answer any of my points" etc etc (have I missed any?) I just look forward to the day when his mum confiscates his laptop and he can't get on here and tops himself. I'm expecting this post to be deleted but I genuinely hate how every story gets trolled by this dimwitted, racist nastly little cretin.[/p][/quote]Is that the same alleged BS that you cannot argue against, AmboGay? If the discussions are beyond you, I suggest you don't tell us that they are. Your comment about suicide tells us everything about you. You're welcome. stevo!!
  • Score: -80

10:16am Wed 6 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

lizzy1 wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
monkeymoo wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk!
And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.
It's a sh*thole.

Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas.

And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?
Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower
You know nothing of my life, but thank you for admitting that you spend time thinking about it.
[quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!![/p][/quote]Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk![/p][/quote]And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.[/p][/quote]It's a sh*thole. Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas. And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?[/p][/quote]Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower[/p][/quote]You know nothing of my life, but thank you for admitting that you spend time thinking about it. stevo!!
  • Score: -55

1:35pm Wed 6 Aug 14

getThisCoalitionOut says...

How come the owner denied responsibility?!

He also says the abuse he's received has caused him to have a heart attack and his wife two miscarriages.

So he's not too ill to keep making his wife pregnant then?

Possibly he should spend more time cleaning and less time making his wife pregnant?
How come the owner denied responsibility?! He also says the abuse he's received has caused him to have a heart attack and his wife two miscarriages. So he's not too ill to keep making his wife pregnant then? Possibly he should spend more time cleaning and less time making his wife pregnant? getThisCoalitionOut
  • Score: 9

1:58pm Wed 6 Aug 14

ThinkBrighton says...

Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker!
Stevo has hit the nail on the head, it's not racist to tell the truth, it is fact.
It is people like nikski with their politicaly correct attitude that allow serial law breakers to laugh at the UK law sytem.
So before you make stupid self opinionated remarks, perhaps it would be best if you wised up
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker![/p][/quote]Stevo has hit the nail on the head, it's not racist to tell the truth, it is fact. It is people like nikski with their politicaly correct attitude that allow serial law breakers to laugh at the UK law sytem. So before you make stupid self opinionated remarks, perhaps it would be best if you wised up ThinkBrighton
  • Score: -13

2:05pm Wed 6 Aug 14

ThinkBrighton says...

It has obviously been going on for some time , thus the heart attack and the two miscarriages, perhaps if he had his hands on a cleaning cloth and not other things all this might not have happened
It has obviously been going on for some time , thus the heart attack and the two miscarriages, perhaps if he had his hands on a cleaning cloth and not other things all this might not have happened ThinkBrighton
  • Score: -6

2:07pm Wed 6 Aug 14

ThinkBrighton says...

It has obviously been going on for some time , thus the heart attack and the two miscarriages, perhaps if he had his hands on a cleaning cloth and not other things all this might not have happened
Only a £1000.00 Fine, if his wife had had the two children think of all the support they could have claimed
It has obviously been going on for some time , thus the heart attack and the two miscarriages, perhaps if he had his hands on a cleaning cloth and not other things all this might not have happened Only a £1000.00 Fine, if his wife had had the two children think of all the support they could have claimed ThinkBrighton
  • Score: -7

4:34pm Wed 6 Aug 14

lizzy1 says...

stevo!! wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
monkeymoo wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk!
And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.
It's a sh*thole.

Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas.

And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?
Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower
You know nothing of my life, but thank you for admitting that you spend time thinking about it.
You know nothing about mine love yet you felt the need to jump in and have you (yet again) boring and predictable say
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!![/p][/quote]Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk![/p][/quote]And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.[/p][/quote]It's a sh*thole. Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas. And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?[/p][/quote]Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower[/p][/quote]You know nothing of my life, but thank you for admitting that you spend time thinking about it.[/p][/quote]You know nothing about mine love yet you felt the need to jump in and have you (yet again) boring and predictable say lizzy1
  • Score: 9

4:34pm Wed 6 Aug 14

lizzy1 says...

stevo!! wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
monkeymoo wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk!
And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.
It's a sh*thole.

Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas.

And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?
Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower
You know nothing of my life, but thank you for admitting that you spend time thinking about it.
You know nothing about mine love yet you felt the need to jump in and have your (yet again) boring and predictable say
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!![/p][/quote]Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk![/p][/quote]And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.[/p][/quote]It's a sh*thole. Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas. And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?[/p][/quote]Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower[/p][/quote]You know nothing of my life, but thank you for admitting that you spend time thinking about it.[/p][/quote]You know nothing about mine love yet you felt the need to jump in and have your (yet again) boring and predictable say lizzy1
  • Score: 11

4:42pm Wed 6 Aug 14

Voice of Brighton says...

ThinkBrighton wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker!
Stevo has hit the nail on the head, it's not racist to tell the truth, it is fact.
It is people like nikski with their politicaly correct attitude that allow serial law breakers to laugh at the UK law sytem.
So before you make stupid self opinionated remarks, perhaps it would be best if you wised up
Hello Stevo.

How on earth do you keep on top of so many usernames?!!!!
[quote][p][bold]ThinkBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker![/p][/quote]Stevo has hit the nail on the head, it's not racist to tell the truth, it is fact. It is people like nikski with their politicaly correct attitude that allow serial law breakers to laugh at the UK law sytem. So before you make stupid self opinionated remarks, perhaps it would be best if you wised up[/p][/quote]Hello Stevo. How on earth do you keep on top of so many usernames?!!!! Voice of Brighton
  • Score: 10

9:09pm Wed 6 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

lizzy1 wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
monkeymoo wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk!
And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.
It's a sh*thole.

Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas.

And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?
Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower
You know nothing of my life, but thank you for admitting that you spend time thinking about it.
You know nothing about mine love yet you felt the need to jump in and have your (yet again) boring and predictable say
I don't need to know or claim to know anything about your activities regarding thinking about my life.....you posted the admission on this page!

Here's your admission, for anyone (including you) too stupid to have spotted it:

" it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower"

You're welcome.
[quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!![/p][/quote]Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk![/p][/quote]And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.[/p][/quote]It's a sh*thole. Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas. And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?[/p][/quote]Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower[/p][/quote]You know nothing of my life, but thank you for admitting that you spend time thinking about it.[/p][/quote]You know nothing about mine love yet you felt the need to jump in and have your (yet again) boring and predictable say[/p][/quote]I don't need to know or claim to know anything about your activities regarding thinking about my life.....you posted the admission on this page! Here's your admission, for anyone (including you) too stupid to have spotted it: " it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower" You're welcome. stevo!!
  • Score: 0

9:13pm Wed 6 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Voice of Brighton wrote:
ThinkBrighton wrote:
Nikski wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Nikski wrote:
hellohonkytonks wrote:
Fairfax Aches wrote:
look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.
And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.
That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags!
But if it is perceived that:

1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities,

2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities,

then it isn't 'racist' to point that out.

Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are?

Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'.

Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post.

People like YOU are part of the problem.

You're welcome.
You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker!
Stevo has hit the nail on the head, it's not racist to tell the truth, it is fact.
It is people like nikski with their politicaly correct attitude that allow serial law breakers to laugh at the UK law sytem.
So before you make stupid self opinionated remarks, perhaps it would be best if you wised up
Hello Stevo.

How on earth do you keep on top of so many usernames?!!!!
I recognise a hard-core of about six who post utter sh*te and who I delight in tearing apart when they get either stupid or abusive.

Obviously, such a facility is only open to those with intelligence.

HTH
[quote][p][bold]Voice of Brighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThinkBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hellohonkytonks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fairfax Aches[/bold] wrote: look at the common denominator in all these food hygiene related stories...we all know what it is but no-one is allowed to say it.[/p][/quote]And if you do say it they remove your comment LOL So much for freedom of speech.[/p][/quote]That's because there are laws against racial discrimination in case you hadn't noticed (doubtful). That includes writing racist comments. Apart from breaking the law those sort of comments are lazy, ignorant and stereotypical and show a marked lack of intelligence. Freedom of speech is a very important principle and one which many decent people have died for, but that doesn't give thick bigots like you the right to make nasty and ill-informed comments about other races. Crawl back under your stones slimebags![/p][/quote]But if it is perceived that: 1) The majority of reported cases involve those of other ethnicities, 2) The authorities aren't investigating enough premises that are owned by those of other ethnicities, then it isn't 'racist' to point that out. Why, for instance, should it have been a chance encounter with vermin that led to this prosecution? Why aren't the authorities going round these places as a matter of course when any idiot can spot how unsavoury the premises are? Racism.....or the fear of being seen as 'racist'. Your accusation was a crude attempt to silence discussion of this important matter. We are either free to raise concerns or we aren't, and there was nothing bigoted in his post. People like YOU are part of the problem. You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You say 'perceived' and that is the whole point; a perception is not necessarily true, it is just how some people see things. There are all sorts of perceptions that used to be held that we now know we're wrong, because we are better educated and informed and have challenged these perceptions! You repeatedly make the same obvious mistake which is to state that your opinion, or a 'perception' is a fact...wrong again stevo. Wise up sucker![/p][/quote]Stevo has hit the nail on the head, it's not racist to tell the truth, it is fact. It is people like nikski with their politicaly correct attitude that allow serial law breakers to laugh at the UK law sytem. So before you make stupid self opinionated remarks, perhaps it would be best if you wised up[/p][/quote]Hello Stevo. How on earth do you keep on top of so many usernames?!!!![/p][/quote]I recognise a hard-core of about six who post utter sh*te and who I delight in tearing apart when they get either stupid or abusive. Obviously, such a facility is only open to those with intelligence. HTH stevo!!
  • Score: -1

9:54pm Wed 6 Aug 14

lizzy1 says...

stevo!! wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
monkeymoo wrote:
lizzy1 wrote:
sussexram40 wrote:
That's Whitehawk for you.
Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there.
Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.
When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!!
Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk!
And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.
It's a sh*thole.

Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas.

And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?
Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower
You know nothing of my life, but thank you for admitting that you spend time thinking about it.
You know nothing about mine love yet you felt the need to jump in and have your (yet again) boring and predictable say
I don't need to know or claim to know anything about your activities regarding thinking about my life.....you posted the admission on this page!

Here's your admission, for anyone (including you) too stupid to have spotted it:

" it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower"

You're welcome.
You really are a very odd person, I honestly believe that you may need to see someone professional about your very weird way of thinking. I have no interest in you or indeed your very sad little life. Let's go back to the beginning shall we, I made a comment, you jumped on it as you normally do with many others and then you become rude and personal towards people. Unfortunately for you I'm not the type of person who can be shot down but your, frankly, tedious,boring and immature responses. Now toddle off sunshine, get yourself some nice hot milk and tuck yourself in to bed, you never know, you may just wake up as a nice person!!!!
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lizzy1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: That's Whitehawk for you. Look at the place though - it's dirty and unkempt on the outside, so that should tell people what the inside is like. Some people are stupid. If I saw a tatty, grubby looking food outlet I wouldn't go there. Whatever the view on big food reailers like Tesco and Sainsbury, you can't deny their premises are always clean.[/p][/quote]When was the last time you even stepped foot in Whitehawk you ignoramus. It's a food premises which happens to be in Whitehawk, the area it is in is irrelevant to the story, you really think that other places in Brighton don't have these same issues? Please do take a moment to grow up my dear!!!![/p][/quote]Someone seems to be very protective about Shitehawk![/p][/quote]And why the hell shouldn't I be, I was born and bred here and I would much rather live here where we actually talk to and know the people in our community than live some place where you are all too snooty to even say good morning to your neighbours!!! It's a sure sign of the kind of people you are when you feel it's your right to put down another persons home and community.[/p][/quote]It's a sh*thole. Fine, the people may talk to each other, but hey guess what so do other people in Brighton areas. And are you discussing the previous night's crimes? How about the fencing of the proceeds? Or the latest line in jogging bottoms for the lardiest of backsides?[/p][/quote]Oh Stevo, it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower[/p][/quote]You know nothing of my life, but thank you for admitting that you spend time thinking about it.[/p][/quote]You know nothing about mine love yet you felt the need to jump in and have your (yet again) boring and predictable say[/p][/quote]I don't need to know or claim to know anything about your activities regarding thinking about my life.....you posted the admission on this page! Here's your admission, for anyone (including you) too stupid to have spotted it: " it must be so hard for you having no friends and having to spend your time home alone being a little keyboard warrior. Was you bullied as a child, is that why you feel the need to now be disgustingly rude and disrespectful to others from the safety of your little ivory tower" You're welcome.[/p][/quote]You really are a very odd person, I honestly believe that you may need to see someone professional about your very weird way of thinking. I have no interest in you or indeed your very sad little life. Let's go back to the beginning shall we, I made a comment, you jumped on it as you normally do with many others and then you become rude and personal towards people. Unfortunately for you I'm not the type of person who can be shot down but your, frankly, tedious,boring and immature responses. Now toddle off sunshine, get yourself some nice hot milk and tuck yourself in to bed, you never know, you may just wake up as a nice person!!!! lizzy1
  • Score: 0

9:59pm Wed 6 Aug 14

her professional says...

Well, political correctness gone mad, Stasi, can't say this, can't say that, can't say anything or you'll be clapped in irons blah blah blah. Yet here we are with a simple dirty food outlet story followed by the Argus Blogging Society and their dismal racist ramblings as per usual. So whilst whinging endlessly about all their freedom of speech being taken away, they continue to abuse the privilege with their drivelling. The only bright spot is that this handful of bigots and ignoramuses is totally unrepresentative of the general population.
As for this dirty food outlet and any others, I fully agree they should have the book thrown at them.
Well, political correctness gone mad, Stasi, can't say this, can't say that, can't say anything or you'll be clapped in irons blah blah blah. Yet here we are with a simple dirty food outlet story followed by the Argus Blogging Society and their dismal racist ramblings as per usual. So whilst whinging endlessly about all their freedom of speech being taken away, they continue to abuse the privilege with their drivelling. The only bright spot is that this handful of bigots and ignoramuses is totally unrepresentative of the general population. As for this dirty food outlet and any others, I fully agree they should have the book thrown at them. her professional
  • Score: 2

10:14pm Wed 6 Aug 14

Spennynash says...

How have the comments gone from 'what a disgrace' to 'Ethnic Minorities keep filthy food establishments?'. My second question is why are people opposed to racism now called 'politically correct?.
When you leave racist comments you are immedietly being racist. There is no grey area, no matter what 'Farage' would try and have you believe. Many of the comments in this paper are racist, right wing, mean spirited, vicious bile.
Still entertaining though!
I wonder if you all know each other or even better...work at The Argus. That would explain allot.
How have the comments gone from 'what a disgrace' to 'Ethnic Minorities keep filthy food establishments?'. My second question is why are people opposed to racism now called 'politically correct?. When you leave racist comments you are immedietly being racist. There is no grey area, no matter what 'Farage' would try and have you believe. Many of the comments in this paper are racist, right wing, mean spirited, vicious bile. Still entertaining though! I wonder if you all know each other or even better...work at The Argus. That would explain allot. Spennynash
  • Score: 1

10:17am Thu 7 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Spennynash wrote:
How have the comments gone from 'what a disgrace' to 'Ethnic Minorities keep filthy food establishments?'. My second question is why are people opposed to racism now called 'politically correct?.
When you leave racist comments you are immedietly being racist. There is no grey area, no matter what 'Farage' would try and have you believe. Many of the comments in this paper are racist, right wing, mean spirited, vicious bile.
Still entertaining though!
I wonder if you all know each other or even better...work at The Argus. That would explain allot.
It isn't racist to point out deficiencies in people of other nationalities who come to this country and fail to meet our food standards.

The Argus regularly reports on these establishments failing to keep within the law - it isn't racist' of The Argus to do so.

So your accusation of 'racism' doesn't hold water. Such accusations are usually made by those who are so bigoted, they see things which aren't there.
[quote][p][bold]Spennynash[/bold] wrote: How have the comments gone from 'what a disgrace' to 'Ethnic Minorities keep filthy food establishments?'. My second question is why are people opposed to racism now called 'politically correct?. When you leave racist comments you are immedietly being racist. There is no grey area, no matter what 'Farage' would try and have you believe. Many of the comments in this paper are racist, right wing, mean spirited, vicious bile. Still entertaining though! I wonder if you all know each other or even better...work at The Argus. That would explain allot.[/p][/quote]It isn't racist to point out deficiencies in people of other nationalities who come to this country and fail to meet our food standards. The Argus regularly reports on these establishments failing to keep within the law - it isn't racist' of The Argus to do so. So your accusation of 'racism' doesn't hold water. Such accusations are usually made by those who are so bigoted, they see things which aren't there. stevo!!
  • Score: 1

10:22am Thu 7 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

"I have no interest in you or indeed your very sad little life."

Plainly you do, lol.

" Let's go back to the beginning shall we, I made a comment, you jumped on it ...."

Yes, it's called 'debate'.....look it up.
"I have no interest in you or indeed your very sad little life." Plainly you do, lol. " Let's go back to the beginning shall we, I made a comment, you jumped on it ...." Yes, it's called 'debate'.....look it up. stevo!!
  • Score: 0

4:17pm Thu 7 Aug 14

Spennynash says...

stevo!! wrote:
Spennynash wrote:
How have the comments gone from 'what a disgrace' to 'Ethnic Minorities keep filthy food establishments?'. My second question is why are people opposed to racism now called 'politically correct?.
When you leave racist comments you are immedietly being racist. There is no grey area, no matter what 'Farage' would try and have you believe. Many of the comments in this paper are racist, right wing, mean spirited, vicious bile.
Still entertaining though!
I wonder if you all know each other or even better...work at The Argus. That would explain allot.
It isn't racist to point out deficiencies in people of other nationalities who come to this country and fail to meet our food standards.

The Argus regularly reports on these establishments failing to keep within the law - it isn't racist' of The Argus to do so.

So your accusation of 'racism' doesn't hold water. Such accusations are usually made by those who are so bigoted, they see things which aren't there.
'Fail to meet our food standards'!
Your argument is racist. What exactly are 'our food standards'. Marks and Spencer, KFC, Fish and chip shops everywhere, Heston Blumenthal's restaurant all of the above have failed UK Food trading standards at some point.
It is racist to think that a person is not clean if they come from another country and have a food establishment. What about 'our' establishments, are they exempt from your arguments.
The Argus is racist and so are you.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spennynash[/bold] wrote: How have the comments gone from 'what a disgrace' to 'Ethnic Minorities keep filthy food establishments?'. My second question is why are people opposed to racism now called 'politically correct?. When you leave racist comments you are immedietly being racist. There is no grey area, no matter what 'Farage' would try and have you believe. Many of the comments in this paper are racist, right wing, mean spirited, vicious bile. Still entertaining though! I wonder if you all know each other or even better...work at The Argus. That would explain allot.[/p][/quote]It isn't racist to point out deficiencies in people of other nationalities who come to this country and fail to meet our food standards. The Argus regularly reports on these establishments failing to keep within the law - it isn't racist' of The Argus to do so. So your accusation of 'racism' doesn't hold water. Such accusations are usually made by those who are so bigoted, they see things which aren't there.[/p][/quote]'Fail to meet our food standards'! Your argument is racist. What exactly are 'our food standards'. Marks and Spencer, KFC, Fish and chip shops everywhere, Heston Blumenthal's restaurant all of the above have failed UK Food trading standards at some point. It is racist to think that a person is not clean if they come from another country and have a food establishment. What about 'our' establishments, are they exempt from your arguments. The Argus is racist and so are you. Spennynash
  • Score: -2

10:27am Fri 8 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Spennynash wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Spennynash wrote:
How have the comments gone from 'what a disgrace' to 'Ethnic Minorities keep filthy food establishments?'. My second question is why are people opposed to racism now called 'politically correct?.
When you leave racist comments you are immedietly being racist. There is no grey area, no matter what 'Farage' would try and have you believe. Many of the comments in this paper are racist, right wing, mean spirited, vicious bile.
Still entertaining though!
I wonder if you all know each other or even better...work at The Argus. That would explain allot.
It isn't racist to point out deficiencies in people of other nationalities who come to this country and fail to meet our food standards.

The Argus regularly reports on these establishments failing to keep within the law - it isn't racist' of The Argus to do so.

So your accusation of 'racism' doesn't hold water. Such accusations are usually made by those who are so bigoted, they see things which aren't there.
'Fail to meet our food standards'!
Your argument is racist. What exactly are 'our food standards'. Marks and Spencer, KFC, Fish and chip shops everywhere, Heston Blumenthal's restaurant all of the above have failed UK Food trading standards at some point.
It is racist to think that a person is not clean if they come from another country and have a food establishment. What about 'our' establishments, are they exempt from your arguments.
The Argus is racist and so are you.
So you now have to add 'our' to simple English terms that you don't understand.

'Our' relates something that applies to a group etc of which the speaker considers himself a part.

The UK has food standards which are applicable to all. They are therefore 'ours'.

" It is racist to think that a person is not clean if they come from another country and have a food establishment. "

Correct.

Oddly enough, no-one has made that claim on this thread.

How stupid do you feel now, Mr Bigot?
[quote][p][bold]Spennynash[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spennynash[/bold] wrote: How have the comments gone from 'what a disgrace' to 'Ethnic Minorities keep filthy food establishments?'. My second question is why are people opposed to racism now called 'politically correct?. When you leave racist comments you are immedietly being racist. There is no grey area, no matter what 'Farage' would try and have you believe. Many of the comments in this paper are racist, right wing, mean spirited, vicious bile. Still entertaining though! I wonder if you all know each other or even better...work at The Argus. That would explain allot.[/p][/quote]It isn't racist to point out deficiencies in people of other nationalities who come to this country and fail to meet our food standards. The Argus regularly reports on these establishments failing to keep within the law - it isn't racist' of The Argus to do so. So your accusation of 'racism' doesn't hold water. Such accusations are usually made by those who are so bigoted, they see things which aren't there.[/p][/quote]'Fail to meet our food standards'! Your argument is racist. What exactly are 'our food standards'. Marks and Spencer, KFC, Fish and chip shops everywhere, Heston Blumenthal's restaurant all of the above have failed UK Food trading standards at some point. It is racist to think that a person is not clean if they come from another country and have a food establishment. What about 'our' establishments, are they exempt from your arguments. The Argus is racist and so are you.[/p][/quote]So you now have to add 'our' to simple English terms that you don't understand. 'Our' relates something that applies to a group etc of which the speaker considers himself a part. The UK has food standards which are applicable to all. They are therefore 'ours'. " It is racist to think that a person is not clean if they come from another country and have a food establishment. " Correct. Oddly enough, no-one has made that claim on this thread. How stupid do you feel now, Mr Bigot? stevo!!
  • Score: -1

10:28am Fri 8 Aug 14

ThinkBrighton says...

With all the slagging off of each other, might it be a good idea to get back to the original matter?
With all the slagging off of each other, might it be a good idea to get back to the original matter? ThinkBrighton
  • Score: 0

8:35pm Tue 12 Aug 14

Levent says...

With so many cockroaches living in Whitehawk it's bound to happen.

Now let's see how many of you bed wetting "libs" are offended?
My record is -200 so please make an effort,..have SOME decency after all!
With so many cockroaches living in Whitehawk it's bound to happen. Now let's see how many of you bed wetting "libs" are offended? My record is -200 so please make an effort,..have SOME decency after all! Levent
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8:38pm Tue 12 Aug 14

Levent says...

Spennynash wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Spennynash wrote:
How have the comments gone from 'what a disgrace' to 'Ethnic Minorities keep filthy food establishments?'. My second question is why are people opposed to racism now called 'politically correct?.
When you leave racist comments you are immedietly being racist. There is no grey area, no matter what 'Farage' would try and have you believe. Many of the comments in this paper are racist, right wing, mean spirited, vicious bile.
Still entertaining though!
I wonder if you all know each other or even better...work at The Argus. That would explain allot.
It isn't racist to point out deficiencies in people of other nationalities who come to this country and fail to meet our food standards.

The Argus regularly reports on these establishments failing to keep within the law - it isn't racist' of The Argus to do so.

So your accusation of 'racism' doesn't hold water. Such accusations are usually made by those who are so bigoted, they see things which aren't there.
'Fail to meet our food standards'!
Your argument is racist. What exactly are 'our food standards'. Marks and Spencer, KFC, Fish and chip shops everywhere, Heston Blumenthal's restaurant all of the above have failed UK Food trading standards at some point.
It is racist to think that a person is not clean if they come from another country and have a food establishment. What about 'our' establishments, are they exempt from your arguments.
The Argus is racist and so are you.
keep taking the meds buddy!!
[quote][p][bold]Spennynash[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spennynash[/bold] wrote: How have the comments gone from 'what a disgrace' to 'Ethnic Minorities keep filthy food establishments?'. My second question is why are people opposed to racism now called 'politically correct?. When you leave racist comments you are immedietly being racist. There is no grey area, no matter what 'Farage' would try and have you believe. Many of the comments in this paper are racist, right wing, mean spirited, vicious bile. Still entertaining though! I wonder if you all know each other or even better...work at The Argus. That would explain allot.[/p][/quote]It isn't racist to point out deficiencies in people of other nationalities who come to this country and fail to meet our food standards. The Argus regularly reports on these establishments failing to keep within the law - it isn't racist' of The Argus to do so. So your accusation of 'racism' doesn't hold water. Such accusations are usually made by those who are so bigoted, they see things which aren't there.[/p][/quote]'Fail to meet our food standards'! Your argument is racist. What exactly are 'our food standards'. Marks and Spencer, KFC, Fish and chip shops everywhere, Heston Blumenthal's restaurant all of the above have failed UK Food trading standards at some point. It is racist to think that a person is not clean if they come from another country and have a food establishment. What about 'our' establishments, are they exempt from your arguments. The Argus is racist and so are you.[/p][/quote]keep taking the meds buddy!! Levent
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3:20pm Fri 15 Aug 14

NickBrt says...

I drove past this place thisvcweek and it was open. Yeuck!
I drove past this place thisvcweek and it was open. Yeuck! NickBrt
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