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slow and big vehicles.....

i got stuck behing a fcking tractor on the way to work this morning doing 15/20 mph. fcking joke.

why is there no law preventing them travelling between say 8-9.30 and 4.30-6pm when people are commuting?

road works.....

why cant road workers do shift work? work from 11am-4pm then 7pm-whenever. why have road works going on during the time when most cars on on the road. it does not make sense.

old people.....

old people should be banned from shopping between 12-2pm. they are so fcking slow when you want to get your lunch and go you get stuck behind them dilly dallying around.

rant over. your thoughts on these ideas please....

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Leave it out about the old people smallsy....

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SMALLSY, I thought being a country boy like yourself and playing for the Ramblers you would be used to a tractor and a bit of straw between the lips, ' you all right boy' <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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btw and a few sheep aswell or have you left them for Kais, <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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i dont live out in the sticks zody....just been playing football there.

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where do you live then, smallsy

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Road works p*ss me off as well... Lots of cones out to shut off a lane, and nothing going on! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/flame.gif" alt="" />

I live out in the sticks, and I know what its like being stuck behind a Tractor...
Luckily I have a quick enough car to dodge round them!!! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

Smallsy - stop driving like a fanny and you wont be stuck behind the grannies!!! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/tongue2.gif" alt="" />

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hi ya sheep shagger

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Zody...

1) I am not Welsh
2) That is derogatory, and out of order to Welsh people.
3) That is unfounded... You have no proof! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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Stop moaning oh vertically challenged one, don't drive, just drink..saves a multitude of problems!
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I agree with the diminutive custodian. I wouldn't mind the roadworks so much if they actually did something. You can pass miles - literally - of coned off bits of motorway with not a soul in sight.

Another thing - why do the dustbin lorries have to start their rounds so early - they block the roads in the rush hour. Madness. Why not start at say 9.30? (I know - it's so they can finish and get off to their second jobs).

The same applies to those Dial-a Ride mini buses. Nothing against providing transport for the elderly and/or infirm, great idea, but again why do it in the rush hour, when they have a habit of stopping for their pick-ups in the middel of the road due to parked cars, thus holding up queues of traffic.

And as for country bumpkins, tractors and combines are bad enough, but why are we expected to wait patiently for some rustic to shush a herd of bloody cows or sheep down the road? They should be made to pay road tax for each animal - clip the disc behind its ear ior something. Then they should be made to go back and clear all the pooh off the road.

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There's a profusion of wheeled mobility vehicles on the roads these days. I'd build them their own special lane and force 4x4s and those tw@ts who drive Humvees to share with them.




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