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Dirty Buggane

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  1. Sat at St Ninnians traffic lights this afternoon (before ride-out) and heading towards me from St Mary's school looked like some one with there head out of a car sunroof. But low and behold it was some one on a stand up scooter. Not entirely sure if it was electric but if it was petrol the motor must of been tiny. The two main things I did notice as it was tailgating the car ahead at about 25/30 mph. If the said car decided to emergency stop I doubt the single cable operated 3.5" front wheel disc brakes chances of preventing a sudden and violent stop as it proceeded into the rear of the v
  2. Seen Howard at the hospital on Monday so he is back on island, he was chatting to the young lady who mans/womans the desk as you come through the revolving door. Unless he liked it so much he jumped back on plane and went back
  3. (I feel that the job itself is progressing as well as it can be, considering the DoI are involved) Realy
  4. And what fuckwit thought that would be a good idea. The event's are near enough a polar opposite to each other as one is mainly a car based hill climb with various static displays. And in the good old days the MGP was for the amateur back street spanner man to run his shuttle worth snap he had knocked together in a garage and then squeeze 19 stone into the leathers he had purchased in the sixty's when he was 10 stone soaking wet and get to ride on the glorious mountain circuit. the one and only time in the year his ACU licence seen the light of day Probabley rose tinted glasses, But sti
  5. I hope to god this is not true. After the way opportunist burglers ran rings around the local keystone cops, Nobody's gold fillings will be safe. How can you tell if a local is selling drugs, That will be the guy driving round in the new £40,000 pound car whilst claiming job seekers
  6. Yeah but if you let them get away with it once your making a rod for your own back. I worked it out get with the program.
  7. Thought everybody should be used to new road layout at governors bridge by now apart from the tosser nearly side swiping me as I was heading in to Douglas, when they after being in the left turn lane decided they wanted to go straight ahead. Oh and the other tosser who thought it was still a roundabout and as I was going along towards Onchan and they were coming up Victoria rd and I should be giving way to them.
  8. They now seem to have been messing with the light timings. Coming up Bray hill to St Ninnians, Though there must of been an RTC as long tailback to where road turns into two lanes. Traffic moving in short hops, Then got closer lights giving approx 3 to 4 cars time to get through lights. This is on a quite sunday afternoon good luck at normal traffic flow.
  9. If every body who is intending to turn left at the lights, starts indicating left as soon as they enter the center lane maybe the muppets would realize just how many vehicles are turning left and could easily clear the junction allowing the buses to actually access the bus lane instead of being held up at the armco by the grand stand..
  10. Check what Hissing Sid says before Quoting me
  11. The two that went before the bench were in work the next day saying they had been watching the footie in two pubs and some one reported them. No checks or balances by this Government
  12. Talking about key workers I see a maroon tanker that is an English registered company but on Manx plates about once to twice a week around the place. I think it is on the island to deal with some process of the incinerator that leaves a liquid waste that can not be dealt with on island. My question is, is the tanker loaded on board the Ben my Cree in Heysham by an English driver and then driven to site by a Manx driver this side. Question is because it was coming out of B&Q last week and was parked on the pavement opposite cycle 360 at the business park, is this because no shops are open i
  13. The Governors Hill estate fatality was just down from the entrance and was a Visiting biker ( do not quote me on that) who lost control and slid down the road and under the DBC gully cleaner sadly losing his life in the process
  14. I also thought that the two things on the road that you do not want to be lane sharing would be a stonking big bus and a soft squidgy cyclist. Edited and spell cheacked
  15. Seen a bunch of numpty's at the control box for the lights at the top of Peel Road / Athol Street / Bank Hill so they will be part of the bigger fuck up. Its amazing that these people can find there own ass in the dark with both there hands.
  16. There are more managers and support managers, assistants to managers , office workers, assistants to office workers. Over one hundred personal in the Town Hall alone. and about 85 workers on the front line actually producing/providing a service you actually need
  17. Said it before so will repeat myself, Them there people in the big house on the hill are gone all power mad I tel's ya, no election for 2020 under emergency powers. Howard's dictator ship rumbles on, it's for our own good don't ya know
  18. They are saying this would only be as a long as emergency powers are in force, but I for one do not see them ending anytime soon. Still waiting for the announcement that 2021 elections are to be postponed whilst the emergency is still ongoing. Under emergency powers of course.
  19. Wonder what excuse they will come up with to prolong emergency powers next time. They have all got punch drunk on power and it will be hard to give up
  20. My take on the new prom seawall is that it was already purchased when it first raised its ugly head many moons ago. They just gave the impression that public demand to scrap it was showing that democracy was alive and kicking in the island. Now it is ready for delivery baron boot gives it the nod through to safe guard life and limb and cure all the proms problems. Is it like a lego brick so when the stones reach the top they can just add another 1.2 metres
  21. So that means Regulars 526 786 posts Report post Posted 2 hours ago That will be because we're allowed to have people round in the garden now. Although howard Quayle said "only 2 people" and "only from the same household" it seems that bit was guidance only as it is not mentioned in any of the legislation. So that means two people from the same household decided to visit, but each of
  22. I think Howard has got every confused, in that most people seem to think everything is back to normal judging by the barbecues and house party's going on around the estates. Government and private. Been out for a drive in the evenings over the last few days and all is hunky dorry
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