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Cats die in terrible pain after poisoning

Swindon Advertiser: Heather Willis, who lost her cat through anti-freeze poisoning Heather Willis, who lost her cat through anti-freeze poisoning

FEARS are growing for household pets after five cats on a small street have died from anti-freeze poisoning in recent weeks.

The animals of various ages, who lived in a small cul-de-sac in Abbey Meads, have all died of renal failure since May 18.

Two of the cats belonged to 43-year-old Heather Willis, of Gable Close. She is concerned there may be someone intentionally poisoning animals in the area after having to bury her beloved pets.

“If it was just one or two that would be different, but for five cats to come down with the same thing is too much of a coincidence,” she said.

“The first was my cat Tigger. He got a bit lethargic at first and I didn’t think anything of it. I took him to the vets because I thought it was just a viral thing. He came back home for a couple of days and there was no improvement. He was going downhill and his breathing wasn’t very good at all. He went into renal failure quite quickly and had to be put to sleep.

“Five days later my next-door neighbour’s cat came down with the very same thing. She took him to her vet to have a blood test. It came back that he had been poisoned with antifreeze, “Their cat had exactly the same symptoms as mine, lethargic and having problems breathing. Her cat died soon after and she brought him back home and buried him in the back garden.

“Another neighbour who lives three doors away from me, her cat also went into renal failure and had to be put to sleep. That was three dead in five days.

“Nothing happened then for a couple of weeks until last Monday. My cat Misty was completely fine. I went off to bed and he usually sleeps on the bed with me. I woke up in the middle of the night and he was on the bathroom floor. I picked him up and he was all limp. I rang the vet, who said it sounded like he had minutes to live. We just sat with him while he passed away.”

Twelve hours after the death of Misty, Heather heard of another cat on the street falling victim to renal failure.

“They have all died from exactly the same thing, breathing difficulties and renal failure,” she said. “Every cat has died the same way. One of them was only a year old when they found crystals in her blood. The vet has said that in the SN25 area there have been reports of 12 cases they know about.

“In my opinion people are putting antifreeze down. It is like catnip for cats, they are attracted to the taste and the smell, but it’s fatal. It could be someone feeding them.”

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9:12am Wed 11 Jun 14

benzss says...

Don't let your cats out, then. This will also have the added bonuses of protecting local wildlife and preventing cats defecating in my garden.
Don't let your cats out, then. This will also have the added bonuses of protecting local wildlife and preventing cats defecating in my garden. benzss
  • Score: -25

9:19am Wed 11 Jun 14

BCDR99 says...

Or maybe someone has accidentally spilt some and the cats have consumed it? Or a bottle stored in someone's shed has leaked?

Why do we always think the worst of people?
Or maybe someone has accidentally spilt some and the cats have consumed it? Or a bottle stored in someone's shed has leaked? Why do we always think the worst of people? BCDR99
  • Score: 21

9:43am Wed 11 Jun 14

Davey Gravey says...

BCDR99 wrote:
Or maybe someone has accidentally spilt some and the cats have consumed it? Or a bottle stored in someone's shed has leaked?

Why do we always think the worst of people?
What?like numerous cats would just drink the stuff?
Highly unlikely
[quote][p][bold]BCDR99[/bold] wrote: Or maybe someone has accidentally spilt some and the cats have consumed it? Or a bottle stored in someone's shed has leaked? Why do we always think the worst of people?[/p][/quote]What?like numerous cats would just drink the stuff? Highly unlikely Davey Gravey
  • Score: -11

10:02am Wed 11 Jun 14

BCDR99 says...

Davey Gravey wrote:
BCDR99 wrote:
Or maybe someone has accidentally spilt some and the cats have consumed it? Or a bottle stored in someone's shed has leaked?

Why do we always think the worst of people?
What?like numerous cats would just drink the stuff?
Highly unlikely
The article says that it is like Catnip to them.
[quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BCDR99[/bold] wrote: Or maybe someone has accidentally spilt some and the cats have consumed it? Or a bottle stored in someone's shed has leaked? Why do we always think the worst of people?[/p][/quote]What?like numerous cats would just drink the stuff? Highly unlikely[/p][/quote]The article says that it is like Catnip to them. BCDR99
  • Score: 19

10:10am Wed 11 Jun 14

TJG2907 says...

It's very naive to think people wouldn't purposely do it there are some twisted individuals out there. There's a lot of proof that you can expect the worst of certain This is no accident, this is probably someone getting there own back for them **** in their garden or just enjoy that kind of stuff
It's very naive to think people wouldn't purposely do it there are some twisted individuals out there. There's a lot of proof that you can expect the worst of certain This is no accident, this is probably someone getting there own back for them **** in their garden or just enjoy that kind of stuff TJG2907
  • Score: 10

10:47am Wed 11 Jun 14

Eastcott says...

Is that a photo of Sooty she's looking at?
Is that a photo of Sooty she's looking at? Eastcott
  • Score: -12

10:53am Wed 11 Jun 14

Oldtownmum says...

Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.
Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats. Oldtownmum
  • Score: -29

11:05am Wed 11 Jun 14

ChannelX says...

BCDR99 wrote:
Or maybe someone has accidentally spilt some and the cats have consumed it? Or a bottle stored in someone's shed has leaked?

Why do we always think the worst of people?
You are quite correct.

Unfortunately, some contributors here like to rush in and post about what they THINK is (or would like to be) the reality without actually having any clue about what they're talking about.


The active ingredient in antifreeze is ethylene glycol, a syrupy liquid that is highly attractive to cats and other pets.

Unfortunately, ethylene glycol is actually an alcohol converted, by enzymes in the liver, particularly alcohol dehydrogenase, into oxalic acid. The oxalic acid combines with calcium in the blood to form calcium oxalate crystals that block the nephrons in the kidneys and result in kidney failure.

It is possible for a cat to poison itself by walking through a small amount of the liquid and then licking its paws.
[quote][p][bold]BCDR99[/bold] wrote: Or maybe someone has accidentally spilt some and the cats have consumed it? Or a bottle stored in someone's shed has leaked? Why do we always think the worst of people?[/p][/quote]You are quite correct. Unfortunately, some contributors here like to rush in and post about what they THINK is (or would like to be) the reality without actually having any clue about what they're talking about. [quote] The active ingredient in antifreeze is ethylene glycol, a syrupy liquid that is highly attractive to cats and other pets. Unfortunately, ethylene glycol is actually an alcohol converted, by enzymes in the liver, particularly alcohol dehydrogenase, into oxalic acid. The oxalic acid combines with calcium in the blood to form calcium oxalate crystals that block the nephrons in the kidneys and result in kidney failure. It is possible for a cat to poison itself by walking through a small amount of the liquid and then licking its paws. [/quote] ChannelX
  • Score: 19

11:09am Wed 11 Jun 14

ManWithCar says...

BCDR99 wrote:
Or maybe someone has accidentally spilt some and the cats have consumed it? Or a bottle stored in someone's shed has leaked?

Why do we always think the worst of people?
Possible, but unlikely because cats have their own territory and rarely "cross" into others unless they are spoiling for a fight. If someone is putting down antifreeze deliberately perhaps they ought to drink some themselves and see how tasty it is, just before it starts shutting down their internal organs.

Cats are wanderers by nature - they are completely different to dogs so shutting them in all day is quite frankly, cruel. Shooing them out of your garden is something they deal with daily. Poisoning any animal is to my mind, quite vile and should be dealt with severely.

Unfortunately I DO think the worst of people - you only have to read the story above about the braindead teenage girl ringing up 999 and hurling abuse at operators when they are trying to respond to real emergency calls. Why would anyone with any sense do that?
[quote][p][bold]BCDR99[/bold] wrote: Or maybe someone has accidentally spilt some and the cats have consumed it? Or a bottle stored in someone's shed has leaked? Why do we always think the worst of people?[/p][/quote]Possible, but unlikely because cats have their own territory and rarely "cross" into others unless they are spoiling for a fight. If someone is putting down antifreeze deliberately perhaps they ought to drink some themselves and see how tasty it is, just before it starts shutting down their internal organs. Cats are wanderers by nature - they are completely different to dogs so shutting them in all day is quite frankly, cruel. Shooing them out of your garden is something they deal with daily. Poisoning any animal is to my mind, quite vile and should be dealt with severely. Unfortunately I DO think the worst of people - you only have to read the story above about the braindead teenage girl ringing up 999 and hurling abuse at operators when they are trying to respond to real emergency calls. Why would anyone with any sense do that? ManWithCar
  • Score: 17

12:30pm Wed 11 Jun 14

A.Baron-Cohen says...

Says a lot about the mental IQ of the population
Says a lot about the mental IQ of the population A.Baron-Cohen
  • Score: -3

1:24pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Davey Gravey says...

As the cats died at different times a spillage is unlikely. It would have been washed away or evaporated had a spillage occurred. The gaps between the poisoning looks suspicious to me.
As the cats died at different times a spillage is unlikely. It would have been washed away or evaporated had a spillage occurred. The gaps between the poisoning looks suspicious to me. Davey Gravey
  • Score: -2

2:10pm Wed 11 Jun 14

The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man says...

Oldtownmum wrote:
Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.
I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people.

Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them.
[quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.[/p][/quote]I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people. Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them. The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man
  • Score: 31

2:15pm Wed 11 Jun 14

ChannelX says...

The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man wrote:
Oldtownmum wrote:
Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.
I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people.

Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them.
Clearly, you've never experienced the delightful phenomena of cats deciding to use your garden as a litter tray.

It's hardly surprising that some people aren't overly keen on their neighbour's little darlings shting all over their backgardens and presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather.
[quote][p][bold]The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.[/p][/quote]I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people. Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them.[/p][/quote]Clearly, you've never experienced the delightful phenomena of cats deciding to use your garden as a litter tray. It's hardly surprising that some people aren't overly keen on their neighbour's little darlings shting all over their backgardens and presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather. ChannelX
  • Score: 3

2:32pm Wed 11 Jun 14

A.Baron-Cohen says...

ChannelX wrote:
The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man wrote:
Oldtownmum wrote:
Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.
I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people.

Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them.
Clearly, you've never experienced the delightful phenomena of cats deciding to use your garden as a litter tray.

It's hardly surprising that some people aren't overly keen on their neighbour's little darlings shting all over their backgardens and presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather.
Not a nice thing.....just like bird droppings, but at least cats bury their waste
There is a difference being not keen on cats and going on killing them.......I guess we can call it intelligence, which one are you?
[quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.[/p][/quote]I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people. Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them.[/p][/quote]Clearly, you've never experienced the delightful phenomena of cats deciding to use your garden as a litter tray. It's hardly surprising that some people aren't overly keen on their neighbour's little darlings shting all over their backgardens and presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather.[/p][/quote]Not a nice thing.....just like bird droppings, but at least cats bury their waste There is a difference being not keen on cats and going on killing them.......I guess we can call it intelligence, which one are you? A.Baron-Cohen
  • Score: 5

2:36pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Davey Gravey says...

CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual. Davey Gravey
  • Score: -14

2:38pm Wed 11 Jun 14

BCDR99 says...

presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather.

Not true. Toxoplasmosis is what you're thinking of, I believe and 85% of the world's population is completely immune to it. You pretty much have to eat the droppings to catch it and in most cases you get nothing worse than flu-like symptoms.
Only cats that have eaten the parasite will have the bacteria so the majority of domesticated moggies in this country won't have done because they're fed on prepared foods from tins.
E-coli is a possibility as well but most of us have got e-coli but we're essentially immune to it.
presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather. Not true. Toxoplasmosis is what you're thinking of, I believe and 85% of the world's population is completely immune to it. You pretty much have to eat the droppings to catch it and in most cases you get nothing worse than flu-like symptoms. Only cats that have eaten the parasite will have the bacteria so the majority of domesticated moggies in this country won't have done because they're fed on prepared foods from tins. E-coli is a possibility as well but most of us have got e-coli but we're essentially immune to it. BCDR99
  • Score: 13

2:55pm Wed 11 Jun 14

adamsaye says...

People are worse than cats, I happily hurt a person over an animal, animals have instinct, people just have hatred and enjoy seeing suffering. Why can't we make some of the people in Swindon drink anti-freeze like the person who tried to commit robbery today in Swindon
People are worse than cats, I happily hurt a person over an animal, animals have instinct, people just have hatred and enjoy seeing suffering. Why can't we make some of the people in Swindon drink anti-freeze like the person who tried to commit robbery today in Swindon adamsaye
  • Score: 3

2:56pm Wed 11 Jun 14

SwindonWatcher says...

Cats do not always bury their cr4p......it is always on the surface of my lawn and quite frankly I am fed up with it. Whilst I agree poisoning them is cruel I do feel for those that have this issue.
Cats do not always bury their cr4p......it is always on the surface of my lawn and quite frankly I am fed up with it. Whilst I agree poisoning them is cruel I do feel for those that have this issue. SwindonWatcher
  • Score: 10

3:04pm Wed 11 Jun 14

ChannelX says...

BCDR99 wrote:
presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather.

Not true. Toxoplasmosis is what you're thinking of, I believe and 85% of the world's population is completely immune to it. You pretty much have to eat the droppings to catch it and in most cases you get nothing worse than flu-like symptoms.
Only cats that have eaten the parasite will have the bacteria so the majority of domesticated moggies in this country won't have done because they're fed on prepared foods from tins.
E-coli is a possibility as well but most of us have got e-coli but we're essentially immune to it.
That's the whole point, children playing outside tend to touch things. Children also then tend to put food in their mouths without washing their hands.

It's a very real problem:


Severe toxoplasmosis can cause damage to the brain, eyes and other organs.

The primary modes of transmission are through consuming undercooked meat that has been contaminated with the parasite, drinking contaminated water or accidentally swallowing infected cat feces.

This accidental "hand to mouth" transmission most commonly occurs after cleaning a litter box or being exposed to contaminated soil.

This problem generally involves outdoor cats; for this reason, the researchers advise gardeners to wear gloves and parents to be especially vigilant about covering sandboxes and other dirt play areas, especially since young children often put their hands in their mouths.

"Cats selectively relieve themselves in areas with loose soil or sand. In the studies we reviewed, we found very high concentrations of Toxoplasma gondii oocysts in these areas"

“It should give you pause before you put your child in a public sandbox,”

said Dr. E. Fuller Torrey from Johns Hopkins University Medical Center.


You may well be happy for your kids to eat other people's pet's sht, but it may surprise you to learn that some people aren't keen on it happening.

Of course, this is no justification for deliberately killing cats.
[quote][p][bold]BCDR99[/bold] wrote: presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather. Not true. Toxoplasmosis is what you're thinking of, I believe and 85% of the world's population is completely immune to it. You pretty much have to eat the droppings to catch it and in most cases you get nothing worse than flu-like symptoms. Only cats that have eaten the parasite will have the bacteria so the majority of domesticated moggies in this country won't have done because they're fed on prepared foods from tins. E-coli is a possibility as well but most of us have got e-coli but we're essentially immune to it.[/p][/quote]That's the whole point, children playing outside tend to touch things. Children also then tend to put food in their mouths without washing their hands. It's a very real problem: [quote] Severe toxoplasmosis can cause damage to the brain, eyes and other organs. The primary modes of transmission are through consuming undercooked meat that has been contaminated with the parasite, drinking contaminated water or accidentally swallowing infected cat feces. This accidental "hand to mouth" transmission most commonly occurs after cleaning a litter box or being exposed to contaminated soil. This problem generally involves outdoor cats; for this reason, the researchers advise gardeners to wear gloves and parents to be especially vigilant about covering sandboxes and other dirt play areas, especially since young children often put their hands in their mouths. "Cats selectively relieve themselves in areas with loose soil or sand. In the studies we reviewed, we found very high concentrations of Toxoplasma gondii oocysts in these areas" “It should give you pause before you put your child in a public sandbox,” said Dr. E. Fuller Torrey from Johns Hopkins University Medical Center. [/quote] You may well be happy for your kids to eat other people's pet's sht, but it may surprise you to learn that some people aren't keen on it happening. Of course, this is no justification for deliberately killing cats. ChannelX
  • Score: 14

3:07pm Wed 11 Jun 14

ChannelX says...

Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual.

It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.
[quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual. It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day. ChannelX
  • Score: 7

3:24pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Hearditallbefore says...

adamsaye wrote:
People are worse than cats, I happily hurt a person over an animal, animals have instinct, people just have hatred and enjoy seeing suffering. Why can't we make some of the people in Swindon drink anti-freeze like the person who tried to commit robbery today in Swindon
Really!
[quote][p][bold]adamsaye[/bold] wrote: People are worse than cats, I happily hurt a person over an animal, animals have instinct, people just have hatred and enjoy seeing suffering. Why can't we make some of the people in Swindon drink anti-freeze like the person who tried to commit robbery today in Swindon[/p][/quote]Really! Hearditallbefore
  • Score: 0

3:26pm Wed 11 Jun 14

SwindonWatcher says...

adamsaye wrote:
People are worse than cats, I happily hurt a person over an animal, animals have instinct, people just have hatred and enjoy seeing suffering. Why can't we make some of the people in Swindon drink anti-freeze like the person who tried to commit robbery today in Swindon
You first....pillock!!!!
[quote][p][bold]adamsaye[/bold] wrote: People are worse than cats, I happily hurt a person over an animal, animals have instinct, people just have hatred and enjoy seeing suffering. Why can't we make some of the people in Swindon drink anti-freeze like the person who tried to commit robbery today in Swindon[/p][/quote]You first....pillock!!!! SwindonWatcher
  • Score: 1

3:27pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Davey Gravey says...

ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual.

It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.
Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty"
Weirdo
[quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual. It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.[/p][/quote]Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty" Weirdo Davey Gravey
  • Score: -11

3:30pm Wed 11 Jun 14

BCDR99 says...

Toxoplasmosis: "It's a very real problem:"

It isn't though because it isn't very common in this country, despite all the cats pooing all over the place. Most cats in this country don't have the parasite anyway because they eat cooked, prepared, tinned or packaged food. If a cat did get the parasite they pass it through their system in about 2 weeks anyway.

As with a lot of things, the fear of it is worse than the reality. Yes, it CAN be a horrible parasite causing a lot of damage. But the chances of it doing that are very minimal. Only 10-15% of people that catch it will display any symptoms and the vast majority of those will get mild symptoms. It is mainly those with compromised immune systems that are at any greater risk of severe symptoms.
Toxoplasmosis: "It's a very real problem:" It isn't though because it isn't very common in this country, despite all the cats pooing all over the place. Most cats in this country don't have the parasite anyway because they eat cooked, prepared, tinned or packaged food. If a cat did get the parasite they pass it through their system in about 2 weeks anyway. As with a lot of things, the fear of it is worse than the reality. Yes, it CAN be a horrible parasite causing a lot of damage. But the chances of it doing that are very minimal. Only 10-15% of people that catch it will display any symptoms and the vast majority of those will get mild symptoms. It is mainly those with compromised immune systems that are at any greater risk of severe symptoms. BCDR99
  • Score: 0

3:46pm Wed 11 Jun 14

The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man says...

ChannelX wrote:
The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man wrote:
Oldtownmum wrote:
Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.
I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people.

Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them.
Clearly, you've never experienced the delightful phenomena of cats deciding to use your garden as a litter tray.

It's hardly surprising that some people aren't overly keen on their neighbour's little darlings shting all over their backgardens and presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather.
My name isn't Clearly, and I have experienced that. I just happen to think tormenting an animal in such a way is not a particularly nice thing to do.
[quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.[/p][/quote]I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people. Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them.[/p][/quote]Clearly, you've never experienced the delightful phenomena of cats deciding to use your garden as a litter tray. It's hardly surprising that some people aren't overly keen on their neighbour's little darlings shting all over their backgardens and presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather.[/p][/quote]My name isn't Clearly, and I have experienced that. I just happen to think tormenting an animal in such a way is not a particularly nice thing to do. The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man
  • Score: 2

3:53pm Wed 11 Jun 14

ChannelX says...

The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man wrote:
Oldtownmum wrote:
Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.
I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people.

Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them.
Clearly, you've never experienced the delightful phenomena of cats deciding to use your garden as a litter tray.

It's hardly surprising that some people aren't overly keen on their neighbour's little darlings shting all over their backgardens and presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather.
My name isn't Clearly, and I have experienced that. I just happen to think tormenting an animal in such a way is not a particularly nice thing to do.
I agree with you, it's not a nice thing to do.
[quote][p][bold]The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.[/p][/quote]I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people. Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them.[/p][/quote]Clearly, you've never experienced the delightful phenomena of cats deciding to use your garden as a litter tray. It's hardly surprising that some people aren't overly keen on their neighbour's little darlings shting all over their backgardens and presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather.[/p][/quote]My name isn't Clearly, and I have experienced that. I just happen to think tormenting an animal in such a way is not a particularly nice thing to do.[/p][/quote]I agree with you, it's not a nice thing to do. ChannelX
  • Score: 3

3:56pm Wed 11 Jun 14

ChannelX says...

BCDR99 wrote:
Toxoplasmosis: "It's a very real problem:"

It isn't though because it isn't very common in this country, despite all the cats pooing all over the place. Most cats in this country don't have the parasite anyway because they eat cooked, prepared, tinned or packaged food. If a cat did get the parasite they pass it through their system in about 2 weeks anyway.

As with a lot of things, the fear of it is worse than the reality. Yes, it CAN be a horrible parasite causing a lot of damage. But the chances of it doing that are very minimal. Only 10-15% of people that catch it will display any symptoms and the vast majority of those will get mild symptoms. It is mainly those with compromised immune systems that are at any greater risk of severe symptoms.
Yes, yes, you've said all that before.

Unfortunately, very young children are amongst the groups who are most at risk from the dangers... and also the most likely to be rolling around in said cat sht left behind by neighbour's little Fluffikinz.

I'll say it again, you might not have a problem with your kids eating your neighbours' pet's poo, some people aren't quite so keen. Personally, I don't blame them. It is disgusting, however you try and paint moggy to be the poor innocent.
[quote][p][bold]BCDR99[/bold] wrote: Toxoplasmosis: "It's a very real problem:" It isn't though because it isn't very common in this country, despite all the cats pooing all over the place. Most cats in this country don't have the parasite anyway because they eat cooked, prepared, tinned or packaged food. If a cat did get the parasite they pass it through their system in about 2 weeks anyway. As with a lot of things, the fear of it is worse than the reality. Yes, it CAN be a horrible parasite causing a lot of damage. But the chances of it doing that are very minimal. Only 10-15% of people that catch it will display any symptoms and the vast majority of those will get mild symptoms. It is mainly those with compromised immune systems that are at any greater risk of severe symptoms.[/p][/quote]Yes, yes, you've said all that before. Unfortunately, very young children are amongst the groups who are most at risk from the dangers... and also the most likely to be rolling around in said cat sht left behind by neighbour's little Fluffikinz. I'll say it again, you might not have a problem with your kids eating your neighbours' pet's poo, some people aren't quite so keen. Personally, I don't blame them. It is disgusting, however you try and paint moggy to be the poor innocent. ChannelX
  • Score: 8

3:57pm Wed 11 Jun 14

ChannelX says...

Davey Gravey wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual.

It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.
Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty"
Weirdo
Again, more lies.

I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname..
. because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner.

Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.
[quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual. It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.[/p][/quote]Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty" Weirdo[/p][/quote]Again, more lies. I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname.. . because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner. Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it. ChannelX
  • Score: 2

4:03pm Wed 11 Jun 14

SwindonWatcher says...

Now now ladies....calm down!!!
Now now ladies....calm down!!! SwindonWatcher
  • Score: 12

4:03pm Wed 11 Jun 14

The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man says...

ChannelX wrote:
BCDR99 wrote:
Toxoplasmosis: "It's a very real problem:"

It isn't though because it isn't very common in this country, despite all the cats pooing all over the place. Most cats in this country don't have the parasite anyway because they eat cooked, prepared, tinned or packaged food. If a cat did get the parasite they pass it through their system in about 2 weeks anyway.

As with a lot of things, the fear of it is worse than the reality. Yes, it CAN be a horrible parasite causing a lot of damage. But the chances of it doing that are very minimal. Only 10-15% of people that catch it will display any symptoms and the vast majority of those will get mild symptoms. It is mainly those with compromised immune systems that are at any greater risk of severe symptoms.
Yes, yes, you've said all that before.

Unfortunately, very young children are amongst the groups who are most at risk from the dangers... and also the most likely to be rolling around in said cat sht left behind by neighbour's little Fluffikinz.

I'll say it again, you might not have a problem with your kids eating your neighbours' pet's poo, some people aren't quite so keen. Personally, I don't blame them. It is disgusting, however you try and paint moggy to be the poor innocent.
Well I don't know about you, but when my kids were little we would supervise them when they went outside, which somewhat reduced the chances of them eating pets, foxes, birds or anything else's poo!
[quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BCDR99[/bold] wrote: Toxoplasmosis: "It's a very real problem:" It isn't though because it isn't very common in this country, despite all the cats pooing all over the place. Most cats in this country don't have the parasite anyway because they eat cooked, prepared, tinned or packaged food. If a cat did get the parasite they pass it through their system in about 2 weeks anyway. As with a lot of things, the fear of it is worse than the reality. Yes, it CAN be a horrible parasite causing a lot of damage. But the chances of it doing that are very minimal. Only 10-15% of people that catch it will display any symptoms and the vast majority of those will get mild symptoms. It is mainly those with compromised immune systems that are at any greater risk of severe symptoms.[/p][/quote]Yes, yes, you've said all that before. Unfortunately, very young children are amongst the groups who are most at risk from the dangers... and also the most likely to be rolling around in said cat sht left behind by neighbour's little Fluffikinz. I'll say it again, you might not have a problem with your kids eating your neighbours' pet's poo, some people aren't quite so keen. Personally, I don't blame them. It is disgusting, however you try and paint moggy to be the poor innocent.[/p][/quote]Well I don't know about you, but when my kids were little we would supervise them when they went outside, which somewhat reduced the chances of them eating pets, foxes, birds or anything else's poo! The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man
  • Score: 6

4:32pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Mukkin says...

The world's a wonderful place, it's just people that spoil it ;-D
The world's a wonderful place, it's just people that spoil it ;-D Mukkin
  • Score: 8

4:51pm Wed 11 Jun 14

twasadawf says...

Oldtownmum wrote:
Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.
Always nice to see a few Birds in the garden,maybe they stand a chance now
[quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.[/p][/quote]Always nice to see a few Birds in the garden,maybe they stand a chance now twasadawf
  • Score: 6

4:59pm Wed 11 Jun 14

beach1e says...

people that abuse /kill animals and those that enjoy hearing or seeing such things are in the same league as paedophiles, rapists, murderers etc,,,they all get a perverse delight in inflicting, fear, harm, pain ,abuse or death on others whether it be people or creatures...somethin
g is very wrong with them.there is always a possibility that its a terrible accident in this case...but there are perverts out there .
people that abuse /kill animals and those that enjoy hearing or seeing such things are in the same league as paedophiles, rapists, murderers etc,,,they all get a perverse delight in inflicting, fear, harm, pain ,abuse or death on others whether it be people or creatures...somethin g is very wrong with them.there is always a possibility that its a terrible accident in this case...but there are perverts out there . beach1e
  • Score: -3

5:30pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Oldtownmum says...

Why is the pet owner in her dressing gown and looking like she's just got out of bed? It's a known fact that cats are a lazy person's pet but still....!!
Why is the pet owner in her dressing gown and looking like she's just got out of bed? It's a known fact that cats are a lazy person's pet but still....!! Oldtownmum
  • Score: -4

5:39pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Davey Gravey says...

ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual.

It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.
Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty"
Weirdo
Again, more lies.

I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname..

. because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner.

Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.
It is you who gets called out on it. When you do you just try to blame it on those who note your odd behaviour. I am not lying as well you know. We both know what you are up to don't we?
[quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual. It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.[/p][/quote]Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty" Weirdo[/p][/quote]Again, more lies. I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname.. . because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner. Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.[/p][/quote]It is you who gets called out on it. When you do you just try to blame it on those who note your odd behaviour. I am not lying as well you know. We both know what you are up to don't we? Davey Gravey
  • Score: -14

5:44pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Oldtownmum says...

Davey Gravey wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual.

It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.
Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty"
Weirdo
Again, more lies.

I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname..


. because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner.

Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.
It is you who gets called out on it. When you do you just try to blame it on those who note your odd behaviour. I am not lying as well you know. We both know what you are up to don't we?
FGS grow up. You lot are so pathetic
[quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual. It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.[/p][/quote]Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty" Weirdo[/p][/quote]Again, more lies. I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname.. . because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner. Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.[/p][/quote]It is you who gets called out on it. When you do you just try to blame it on those who note your odd behaviour. I am not lying as well you know. We both know what you are up to don't we?[/p][/quote]FGS grow up. You lot are so pathetic Oldtownmum
  • Score: 0

5:55pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Amberflame says...

SwindonWatcher wrote:
adamsaye wrote:
People are worse than cats, I happily hurt a person over an animal, animals have instinct, people just have hatred and enjoy seeing suffering. Why can't we make some of the people in Swindon drink anti-freeze like the person who tried to commit robbery today in Swindon
You first....pillock!!!!
Made me chuckle!
[quote][p][bold]SwindonWatcher[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]adamsaye[/bold] wrote: People are worse than cats, I happily hurt a person over an animal, animals have instinct, people just have hatred and enjoy seeing suffering. Why can't we make some of the people in Swindon drink anti-freeze like the person who tried to commit robbery today in Swindon[/p][/quote]You first....pillock!!!![/p][/quote]Made me chuckle! Amberflame
  • Score: 0

5:58pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Amberflame says...

Oldtownmum wrote:
Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.
A tennis ball is also handy!

Let's see if I can beat your thumbs down count?
[quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.[/p][/quote]A tennis ball is also handy! Let's see if I can beat your thumbs down count? Amberflame
  • Score: 4

6:04pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Amberflame says...

beach1e wrote:
people that abuse /kill animals and those that enjoy hearing or seeing such things are in the same league as paedophiles, rapists, murderers etc,,,they all get a perverse delight in inflicting, fear, harm, pain ,abuse or death on others whether it be people or creatures...somethin

g is very wrong with them.there is always a possibility that its a terrible accident in this case...but there are perverts out there .
Cat perverts? That's a new one on me!
[quote][p][bold]beach1e[/bold] wrote: people that abuse /kill animals and those that enjoy hearing or seeing such things are in the same league as paedophiles, rapists, murderers etc,,,they all get a perverse delight in inflicting, fear, harm, pain ,abuse or death on others whether it be people or creatures...somethin g is very wrong with them.there is always a possibility that its a terrible accident in this case...but there are perverts out there .[/p][/quote]Cat perverts? That's a new one on me! Amberflame
  • Score: 2

6:05pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Amberflame says...

Oldtownmum wrote:
Why is the pet owner in her dressing gown and looking like she's just got out of bed? It's a known fact that cats are a lazy person's pet but still....!!
Meowwww!
[quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Why is the pet owner in her dressing gown and looking like she's just got out of bed? It's a known fact that cats are a lazy person's pet but still....!![/p][/quote]Meowwww! Amberflame
  • Score: 6

6:34pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Fox in Exile says...

Thanks for the tip. Just off to buy the antifreeze
Thanks for the tip. Just off to buy the antifreeze Fox in Exile
  • Score: 8

6:50pm Wed 11 Jun 14

leafy1 says...

If any of you have ever tasted anti-freeze it is sweet.This is the way you can see if there is any in your radiator "And before you start I don't mean drink it"just dip your finger in it and taste.....This could be the reason why they may like it and consume large amounts of it.....and cats could quite easily get in an open window of a garage to a container .
If any of you have ever tasted anti-freeze it is sweet.This is the way you can see if there is any in your radiator "And before you start I don't mean drink it"just dip your finger in it and taste.....This could be the reason why they may like it and consume large amounts of it.....and cats could quite easily get in an open window of a garage to a container . leafy1
  • Score: 0

7:15pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Amberflame says...

leafy1 wrote:
If any of you have ever tasted anti-freeze it is sweet.This is the way you can see if there is any in your radiator "And before you start I don't mean drink it"just dip your finger in it and taste.....This could be the reason why they may like it and consume large amounts of it.....and cats could quite easily get in an open window of a garage to a container .
I was going to say, "My husband doesn't seem to mind the taste and I've given him lots of it!" But judging by some of the hysterical and irrational comments on here, I might have to Police knocking at my door!
[quote][p][bold]leafy1[/bold] wrote: If any of you have ever tasted anti-freeze it is sweet.This is the way you can see if there is any in your radiator "And before you start I don't mean drink it"just dip your finger in it and taste.....This could be the reason why they may like it and consume large amounts of it.....and cats could quite easily get in an open window of a garage to a container .[/p][/quote]I was going to say, "My husband doesn't seem to mind the taste and I've given him lots of it!" But judging by some of the hysterical and irrational comments on here, I might have to Police knocking at my door! Amberflame
  • Score: 5

9:55pm Wed 11 Jun 14

timt1964 says...

Oldtownmum wrote:
Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.
horrible things.humans
[quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.[/p][/quote]horrible things.humans timt1964
  • Score: -2

9:58pm Wed 11 Jun 14

timt1964 says...

ChannelX wrote:
The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man wrote:
Oldtownmum wrote:
Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.
I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people.

Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them.
Clearly, you've never experienced the delightful phenomena of cats deciding to use your garden as a litter tray.

It's hardly surprising that some people aren't overly keen on their neighbour's little darlings shting all over their backgardens and presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather.
"health risks" people should supervise and teach their children properly.a cat is an ANIMAL a human knows better although some of the idiots around today make me wonder.a garden is outside,to a cat its a natural environment.typical narrow minded attitude of the swindon variety.
[quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Artist formally known as Grumpy Old Man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Five cats in one cul de sac? Think I'd be tempted to do something about it too!! There's only one in my area and even that one drives me mad by strolling through my garden, terrorising birds. I usually chuck a jug of water at it. Horrible things, cats.[/p][/quote]I don't like that people keep on using my private property as a shortcut, particularly other people's children that have been told repeatedly not to do it. Perhaps I'll just follow your lead and start throwing jugs of water at them. Horrible things, people. Cats on the other hand are fine and don't keep dropping footballs, cigarette packets, sweet wrappers, plastic bags and bottles in my garden for me to constantly have to clean up after them.[/p][/quote]Clearly, you've never experienced the delightful phenomena of cats deciding to use your garden as a litter tray. It's hardly surprising that some people aren't overly keen on their neighbour's little darlings shting all over their backgardens and presenting very serious health risks for children out playing in the warm weather.[/p][/quote]"health risks" people should supervise and teach their children properly.a cat is an ANIMAL a human knows better although some of the idiots around today make me wonder.a garden is outside,to a cat its a natural environment.typical narrow minded attitude of the swindon variety. timt1964
  • Score: -1

10:00pm Wed 11 Jun 14

timt1964 says...

live in a flat if you all want your precious lawns left alone.or just GET A LIFE!! theres better things to worry about than cat sht on your garden.
live in a flat if you all want your precious lawns left alone.or just GET A LIFE!! theres better things to worry about than cat sht on your garden. timt1964
  • Score: -7

10:25pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Phantom Poster says...

Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
FFS you just act like a sad paranoid prat and you wonder why people vote your posts down!

It's so amazing that you live in some sort of delusional world where you think that your posts are so important that people actively plot against you!
[quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]FFS you just act like a sad paranoid prat and you wonder why people vote your posts down! It's so amazing that you live in some sort of delusional world where you think that your posts are so important that people actively plot against you! Phantom Poster
  • Score: 12

11:19pm Wed 11 Jun 14

DanDant says...

Hi, thank you for giving me the opportunity to comment. I am on Google alert for (anti-freeze poisoning) and have come across this website devoted to ending anti-freeze poisoning. I would like to sign the petition, but being a Canadian citizen I cannot. Here is the website http://www.antifreez
e-kills.co.uk/index.
html thank you.
Sincerely Daniel Theriault
Hi, thank you for giving me the opportunity to comment. I am on Google alert for (anti-freeze poisoning) and have come across this website devoted to ending anti-freeze poisoning. I would like to sign the petition, but being a Canadian citizen I cannot. Here is the website http://www.antifreez e-kills.co.uk/index. html thank you. Sincerely Daniel Theriault DanDant
  • Score: 1

11:21pm Wed 11 Jun 14

DanDant says...

Hi, thank you for giving me the opportunity to comment. I am on Google alert for (anti-freeze poisoning) and have come across this website devoted to ending anti-freeze poisoning. I would like to sign the petition, but being a Canadian citizen I cannot. Here is the website http://www.antifreez
e-kills.co.uk/index.
html thank you.
Sincerely Daniel Theriault
Hi, thank you for giving me the opportunity to comment. I am on Google alert for (anti-freeze poisoning) and have come across this website devoted to ending anti-freeze poisoning. I would like to sign the petition, but being a Canadian citizen I cannot. Here is the website http://www.antifreez e-kills.co.uk/index. html thank you. Sincerely Daniel Theriault DanDant
  • Score: -1

11:31pm Wed 11 Jun 14

greenpacer says...

My cats don't poo on other people's lawns , unless they remain uncut for some time. So a message to these people get off your back sides and cut them. I provide my cats with a litter tray and they poo outside in my garden on any compost I put down which they love. I then promptly clean up and have no problems with that.
I have a neighbour chucking glass in my garden trying to hurt my cats . He had a dog who was kept in his back garden on it's own for long periods. When replacing a fence panel once you could smell the stench from the **** from this dog.
My cats don't wander very far especially my eldest. He clings to me.
My cats don't poo on other people's lawns , unless they remain uncut for some time. So a message to these people get off your back sides and cut them. I provide my cats with a litter tray and they poo outside in my garden on any compost I put down which they love. I then promptly clean up and have no problems with that. I have a neighbour chucking glass in my garden trying to hurt my cats . He had a dog who was kept in his back garden on it's own for long periods. When replacing a fence panel once you could smell the stench from the **** from this dog. My cats don't wander very far especially my eldest. He clings to me. greenpacer
  • Score: -7

8:11am Thu 12 Jun 14

ChannelX says...

Phantom Poster wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
FFS you just act like a sad paranoid prat and you wonder why people vote your posts down!

It's so amazing that you live in some sort of delusional world where you think that your posts are so important that people actively plot against you!
The only conclusion I can reach is that he's mentally unstable. It's just bizarre. He doesn't understand that people vote his posts down due to his attitude, the fact he insults everyone who disagrees with them, makes up complete lies and fantasies about people and, well, tends to post utter drivel.

He needs help.
[quote][p][bold]Phantom Poster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]FFS you just act like a sad paranoid prat and you wonder why people vote your posts down! It's so amazing that you live in some sort of delusional world where you think that your posts are so important that people actively plot against you![/p][/quote]The only conclusion I can reach is that he's mentally unstable. It's just bizarre. He doesn't understand that people vote his posts down due to his attitude, the fact he insults everyone who disagrees with them, makes up complete lies and fantasies about people and, well, tends to post utter drivel. He needs help. ChannelX
  • Score: 6

8:40am Thu 12 Jun 14

A.Baron-Cohen says...

greenpacer wrote:
My cats don't poo on other people's lawns , unless they remain uncut for some time. So a message to these people get off your back sides and cut them. I provide my cats with a litter tray and they poo outside in my garden on any compost I put down which they love. I then promptly clean up and have no problems with that.
I have a neighbour chucking glass in my garden trying to hurt my cats . He had a dog who was kept in his back garden on it's own for long periods. When replacing a fence panel once you could smell the stench from the **** from this dog.
My cats don't wander very far especially my eldest. He clings to me.
70% cocoa.......
[quote][p][bold]greenpacer[/bold] wrote: My cats don't poo on other people's lawns , unless they remain uncut for some time. So a message to these people get off your back sides and cut them. I provide my cats with a litter tray and they poo outside in my garden on any compost I put down which they love. I then promptly clean up and have no problems with that. I have a neighbour chucking glass in my garden trying to hurt my cats . He had a dog who was kept in his back garden on it's own for long periods. When replacing a fence panel once you could smell the stench from the **** from this dog. My cats don't wander very far especially my eldest. He clings to me.[/p][/quote]70% cocoa....... A.Baron-Cohen
  • Score: -2

9:26am Thu 12 Jun 14

Davey Gravey says...

Phantom Poster wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
FFS you just act like a sad paranoid prat and you wonder why people vote your posts down!

It's so amazing that you live in some sort of delusional world where you think that your posts are so important that people actively plot against you!
Nothing to say about the article topic as usual. Just innacurate insults again. Pay more attention and you'd see for yourself.
[quote][p][bold]Phantom Poster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]FFS you just act like a sad paranoid prat and you wonder why people vote your posts down! It's so amazing that you live in some sort of delusional world where you think that your posts are so important that people actively plot against you![/p][/quote]Nothing to say about the article topic as usual. Just innacurate insults again. Pay more attention and you'd see for yourself. Davey Gravey
  • Score: -10

9:57am Thu 12 Jun 14

ChannelX says...

Davey Gravey wrote:
Phantom Poster wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
FFS you just act like a sad paranoid prat and you wonder why people vote your posts down!

It's so amazing that you live in some sort of delusional world where you think that your posts are so important that people actively plot against you!
Nothing to say about the article topic as usual. Just innacurate insults again. Pay more attention and you'd see for yourself.
What he's said is absolutely true. It's the reality. No surprise that you can't see that.

People are thoroughly fed up with your paranoia, constant references to 'thumb fiddling' and insulting everyone.

Stop ruining threads.
[quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Phantom Poster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]FFS you just act like a sad paranoid prat and you wonder why people vote your posts down! It's so amazing that you live in some sort of delusional world where you think that your posts are so important that people actively plot against you![/p][/quote]Nothing to say about the article topic as usual. Just innacurate insults again. Pay more attention and you'd see for yourself.[/p][/quote]What he's said is absolutely true. It's the reality. No surprise that you can't see that. People are thoroughly fed up with your paranoia, constant references to 'thumb fiddling' and insulting everyone. Stop ruining threads. ChannelX
  • Score: 5

11:26am Thu 12 Jun 14

Craig Lyus says...

ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual.

It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.
Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty"
Weirdo
Again, more lies.

I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname..

. because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner.

Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.
Can I ask you both to play nicely please? The obsession with thumbs and personal attacks is boring and pointless. This is a final warning. Any further baiting and the individual responsible will be banned. If any of you have issues with any comments on the website please report the post. Thanks.
- Craig Lyus, digital editor
[quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual. It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.[/p][/quote]Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty" Weirdo[/p][/quote]Again, more lies. I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname.. . because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner. Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.[/p][/quote]Can I ask you both to play nicely please? The obsession with thumbs and personal attacks is boring and pointless. This is a final warning. Any further baiting and the individual responsible will be banned. If any of you have issues with any comments on the website please report the post. Thanks. - Craig Lyus, digital editor Craig Lyus
  • Score: 13

11:32am Thu 12 Jun 14

ChannelX says...

Craig Lyus wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual.

It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.
Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty"
Weirdo
Again, more lies.

I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname..


. because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner.

Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.
Can I ask you both to play nicely please? The obsession with thumbs and personal attacks is boring and pointless. This is a final warning. Any further baiting and the individual responsible will be banned. If any of you have issues with any comments on the website please report the post. Thanks.
- Craig Lyus, digital editor
Absolutely agree, Craig.

Let's hope the 'thumb fiddling' nonsense ends here. Assuming it does, I'll have no need to call Davey Gravey out on his lies.

Happy to go along with your request.
[quote][p][bold]Craig Lyus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual. It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.[/p][/quote]Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty" Weirdo[/p][/quote]Again, more lies. I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname.. . because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner. Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.[/p][/quote]Can I ask you both to play nicely please? The obsession with thumbs and personal attacks is boring and pointless. This is a final warning. Any further baiting and the individual responsible will be banned. If any of you have issues with any comments on the website please report the post. Thanks. - Craig Lyus, digital editor[/p][/quote]Absolutely agree, Craig. Let's hope the 'thumb fiddling' nonsense ends here. Assuming it does, I'll have no need to call Davey Gravey out on his lies. Happy to go along with your request. ChannelX
  • Score: 1

11:38am Thu 12 Jun 14

alwaysannoyed11 says...

SwindonWatcher wrote:
adamsaye wrote: People are worse than cats, I happily hurt a person over an animal, animals have instinct, people just have hatred and enjoy seeing suffering. Why can't we make some of the people in Swindon drink anti-freeze like the person who tried to commit robbery today in Swindon
You first....pillock!!!!
Ha, i agree........ with the top comment, a person chooses between right and wrong, animals don't. Annyone who wants to hurt an animal is a disgrace to the human race. Why can't we all just get along!!!
[quote][p][bold]SwindonWatcher[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]adamsaye[/bold] wrote: People are worse than cats, I happily hurt a person over an animal, animals have instinct, people just have hatred and enjoy seeing suffering. Why can't we make some of the people in Swindon drink anti-freeze like the person who tried to commit robbery today in Swindon[/p][/quote]You first....pillock!!!![/p][/quote]Ha, i agree........ with the top comment, a person chooses between right and wrong, animals don't. Annyone who wants to hurt an animal is a disgrace to the human race. Why can't we all just get along!!! alwaysannoyed11
  • Score: 3

11:39am Thu 12 Jun 14

Moth says...

SwindonWatcher wrote:
Cats do not always bury their cr4p......it is always on the surface of my lawn and quite frankly I am fed up with it. Whilst I agree poisoning them is cruel I do feel for those that have this issue.
That is more likely to be fox poo which looks very similar to cat poo. My neighbour thought cats were messing on her lawn too - until we caught the real culprit on CCTV in the act - a fox. Cats, by instinct, bury their mess. They do this to stop would-be predators finding them. It's an instinct that goes back thousands of years.

As for anti-freeze, there have been calls to get it banned from general sale to the public. With car engines all having sealed units and running on coolant I thought anti-freeze was more or less a thing of the past.

I've had my car 12 years and have never put anti-freeze in it once. Any top up of coolant it needs gets done by the garage at MOT time.

Poisoning any animal is cruel and evil. Sadly, many people fall into the cruel category these days.
[quote][p][bold]SwindonWatcher[/bold] wrote: Cats do not always bury their cr4p......it is always on the surface of my lawn and quite frankly I am fed up with it. Whilst I agree poisoning them is cruel I do feel for those that have this issue.[/p][/quote]That is more likely to be fox poo which looks very similar to cat poo. My neighbour thought cats were messing on her lawn too - until we caught the real culprit on CCTV in the act - a fox. Cats, by instinct, bury their mess. They do this to stop would-be predators finding them. It's an instinct that goes back thousands of years. As for anti-freeze, there have been calls to get it banned from general sale to the public. With car engines all having sealed units and running on coolant I thought anti-freeze was more or less a thing of the past. I've had my car 12 years and have never put anti-freeze in it once. Any top up of coolant it needs gets done by the garage at MOT time. Poisoning any animal is cruel and evil. Sadly, many people fall into the cruel category these days. Moth
  • Score: 2

11:39am Thu 12 Jun 14

Davey Gravey says...

Craig Lyus wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual.

It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.
Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty"
Weirdo
Again, more lies.

I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname..


. because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner.

Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.
Can I ask you both to play nicely please? The obsession with thumbs and personal attacks is boring and pointless. This is a final warning. Any further baiting and the individual responsible will be banned. If any of you have issues with any comments on the website please report the post. Thanks.
- Craig Lyus, digital editor
Check your inbox please. Cheers.
[quote][p][bold]Craig Lyus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual. It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.[/p][/quote]Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty" Weirdo[/p][/quote]Again, more lies. I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname.. . because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner. Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.[/p][/quote]Can I ask you both to play nicely please? The obsession with thumbs and personal attacks is boring and pointless. This is a final warning. Any further baiting and the individual responsible will be banned. If any of you have issues with any comments on the website please report the post. Thanks. - Craig Lyus, digital editor[/p][/quote]Check your inbox please. Cheers. Davey Gravey
  • Score: -3

11:45am Thu 12 Jun 14

alwaysannoyed11 says...

Oldtownmum wrote:
Why is the pet owner in her dressing gown and looking like she's just got out of bed? It's a known fact that cats are a lazy person's pet but still....!!
Ha. Are cats really a lazy person's pet? I have struggled to find this little known fact but then I do have a cat and am just sitting here in my pants eating pringles in Old Town as well.
[quote][p][bold]Oldtownmum[/bold] wrote: Why is the pet owner in her dressing gown and looking like she's just got out of bed? It's a known fact that cats are a lazy person's pet but still....!![/p][/quote]Ha. Are cats really a lazy person's pet? I have struggled to find this little known fact but then I do have a cat and am just sitting here in my pants eating pringles in Old Town as well. alwaysannoyed11
  • Score: 4

11:45am Thu 12 Jun 14

Craig Lyus says...

Davey Gravey wrote:
Craig Lyus wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual.

It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.
Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty"
Weirdo
Again, more lies.

I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname..



. because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner.

Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.
Can I ask you both to play nicely please? The obsession with thumbs and personal attacks is boring and pointless. This is a final warning. Any further baiting and the individual responsible will be banned. If any of you have issues with any comments on the website please report the post. Thanks.
- Craig Lyus, digital editor
Check your inbox please. Cheers.
Email received, thanks. There was a fault in the system that meant I wasn't receiving comment complaints but this has now been fixed. If we can give the thumb chat a rest that would be great, and it would probably be for the best if the pair of you try to avoid direct interaction.
[quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Craig Lyus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual. It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.[/p][/quote]Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty" Weirdo[/p][/quote]Again, more lies. I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname.. . because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner. Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.[/p][/quote]Can I ask you both to play nicely please? The obsession with thumbs and personal attacks is boring and pointless. This is a final warning. Any further baiting and the individual responsible will be banned. If any of you have issues with any comments on the website please report the post. Thanks. - Craig Lyus, digital editor[/p][/quote]Check your inbox please. Cheers.[/p][/quote]Email received, thanks. There was a fault in the system that meant I wasn't receiving comment complaints but this has now been fixed. If we can give the thumb chat a rest that would be great, and it would probably be for the best if the pair of you try to avoid direct interaction. Craig Lyus
  • Score: 6

12:07pm Thu 12 Jun 14

Davey Gravey says...

Craig Lyus wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
Craig Lyus wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
ChannelX wrote:
Davey Gravey wrote:
CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.
Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual.

It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.
Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty"
Weirdo
Again, more lies.

I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname..




. because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner.

Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.
Can I ask you both to play nicely please? The obsession with thumbs and personal attacks is boring and pointless. This is a final warning. Any further baiting and the individual responsible will be banned. If any of you have issues with any comments on the website please report the post. Thanks.
- Craig Lyus, digital editor
Check your inbox please. Cheers.
Email received, thanks. There was a fault in the system that meant I wasn't receiving comment complaints but this has now been fixed. If we can give the thumb chat a rest that would be great, and it would probably be for the best if the pair of you try to avoid direct interaction.
No problem. Now you are aware of the issues raised I will leave it to you from now on. Thanks.
[quote][p][bold]Craig Lyus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Craig Lyus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ChannelX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Davey Gravey[/bold] wrote: CHANNELx thumb fiddling as usual.[/p][/quote]Davey Gravey being a liar - and exposing his pathological obsession - again, as usual. It's a real shame you feel the need to attempt to ruin just about every thread, just about every day.[/p][/quote]Lol. Says you who targets almost every post I make on here. This along with every other person who in your eyes is a "lefty" Weirdo[/p][/quote]Again, more lies. I don't have an issue with anyone here other than you, I Too and Badgersgetabadname.. . because you all engage in the same nonsense of telling lies, insulting people and generally acting in a fairly unstable manner. Stop your lies and insults and I'll not need to continually call you out on it.[/p][/quote]Can I ask you both to play nicely please? The obsession with thumbs and personal attacks is boring and pointless. This is a final warning. Any further baiting and the individual responsible will be banned. If any of you have issues with any comments on the website please report the post. Thanks. - Craig Lyus, digital editor[/p][/quote]Check your inbox please. Cheers.[/p][/quote]Email received, thanks. There was a fault in the system that meant I wasn't receiving comment complaints but this has now been fixed. If we can give the thumb chat a rest that would be great, and it would probably be for the best if the pair of you try to avoid direct interaction.[/p][/quote]No problem. Now you are aware of the issues raised I will leave it to you from now on. Thanks. Davey Gravey
  • Score: 1

11:33pm Thu 12 Jun 14

Phantom Poster says...

At long last, respite from 'thumb fiddling' accusations - unless anyone dares to vote this post down ;-)
At long last, respite from 'thumb fiddling' accusations - unless anyone dares to vote this post down ;-) Phantom Poster
  • Score: -3

12:45am Fri 13 Jun 14

Phantom Poster says...

Phantom Poster wrote:
At long last, respite from 'thumb fiddling' accusations - unless anyone dares to vote this post down ;-)
I just voted my own post down - irony, he, he!
[quote][p][bold]Phantom Poster[/bold] wrote: At long last, respite from 'thumb fiddling' accusations - unless anyone dares to vote this post down ;-)[/p][/quote]I just voted my own post down - irony, he, he! Phantom Poster
  • Score: 0

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