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Good job Ian Curtis never danced in Jaks

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5 minutes ago, finlo said:

Was Ian Curtis the painter dude from Laxey?

He’d have been imprisoned for an awful long time in the IOM for erratic dancing. 

 

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1 minute ago, thesultanofsheight said:

He’d have been imprisoned for an awful long time in the IOM 

 

I just looked him up silly me, I was thinking back to the little bald dude who used to break dance etc in the Cave!

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The F is this sh!t? If ever you needed BLATANT proof that the Isle of Man's legal profession (and all the public sector parasites who are attached to that) were a bunch of self-serving tossers just looking to criminalize everyone so they can simultaneously prosecute and defend, look no further.

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Somebody who was there said the guy was being a complete arsehole and not impressing anyone. Pissed to the point he could not control his limbs even knocking peoples drinks over and banging into people.

That is not the behaviour of someone who is not a complete idiot.

Then had to be thrown out under protest and resisted every attempt to control him.

Maybe everyone else was wrong and he was just having a nice little dance. ?

 Other side of coin.

Edit to add that I don't think the Isle of Man or the TT need these people.

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2 minutes ago, dilligaf said:

Somebody who was there said the guy was being a complete arsehole and not impressing anyone.

Really. Well, as an "anonymous" poster on here who regularly goads people who speak out about corruption and tells them to name names and specify what took place (knowing full well people can't do that for obvious reasons) I'd love to see you post the name of the "somebody", just to be fair. If not, you're a total hypocrite and should shut your gob on the corruption threads in future. Kind regards. xx

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So even though the out of touch Mrs Hughes stated there was nothing malicious, she still fined him. Incredible. Those Neanderthals currently employed as security more than likely caused more problems than they resolved

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1 minute ago, dilligaf said:

Somebody who was there said the guy was being a complete arsehole and not impressing anyone. Pissed to the point he could not control his limbs even knocking peoples drinks over and banging into people.

Sounds like most nights down the Saddle. Is it really £600 worth of being a drunken twat? It was TT week after all. Aren’t people supposed to go out and enjoy themselves in TT week? 

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1 minute ago, Rushen Spy said:
2 minutes ago, dilligaf said:

Somebody who was there said the guy was being a complete arsehole and not impressing anyone.

Really. Well, as an "anonymous" poster on here who regularly goads people who speak out about corruption and tells them to name names and specify what took place (knowing full well people can't do that for obvious reasons) I'd love to see you post the name of the "somebody", just to be fair. If not, you're a total hypocrite and should your gob on the corruption threads in future. Kind regards. xx

Don't be a DH, TJ

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5 minutes ago, Rushen Spy said:

The F is this sh!t? If ever you needed BLATANT proof that the Isle of Man's legal profession (and all the public sector parasites who are attached to that) were a bunch of self-serving tossers just looking to criminalize everyone so they can simultaneously prosecute and defend, look no further.

Calm down, calm down.  It wasn't the erratic dancing he was done for but the fact he knocked over someone's drink when he was doing it, got into a argument about and was then asked to leave by the bouncers which he resisted.

He lost control (again).

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1 minute ago, Rushen Spy said:

Really. Well, as an "anonymous" poster on here who regularly goads people who speak out about corruption and tells them to name names and specify what took place (knowing full well people can't do that for obvious reasons) I'd love to see you post the name of the "somebody", just to be fair. If not, you're a total hypocrite and should your gob on the corruption threads in future. Kind regards. xx

Bit rich coming from you TJ...

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1 minute ago, thesultanofsheight said:

Sounds like most nights down the Saddle. Is it really £600 worth of being a drunken twat? It was TT week after all. Aren’t people supposed to go out and enjoy themselves in TT week? 

Yes. Without arseholes like him about.

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