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by JGD
8 Aug 2020 13:49
Forum: Town Asylum
Topic: The Censor in RTW Speaks Again
Replies: 24
Views: 3799

Re: The Censor in RTW Speaks Again

I have commented elsewhere that it would seem Mr Beach has joined a mass exodus of like-minded British Twitter malcontents flocking to a fringe social media company that is becoming a haven for Twitter's ousted right-wingers called parler.com. Mr Beach in a tweet a few days ago reveals his right-win...
by JGD
6 Aug 2020 11:01
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: Are we lacking moderators
Replies: 4
Views: 391

Re: Are we lacking moderators

Not forgetting the fake driving license and passport guy who has peppered every section of the forum. Fairs fair though - it is holiday season - so who knows if Admin and/or @Stuart has taken some leave for a week or so. A few people we know have taken post-lockdown trips within the UK to visit fami...
by JGD
4 Aug 2020 20:32
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: New Bistro in Perry Village’s Foodie Quarter
Replies: 7
Views: 683

Re: New Bistro in Perry Village’s Foodie Quarter

Vale, Rise, Hill and Streete all have the name Perry associated with them. Not to forget the nearby Pearfield. All rooted in the history of the pear orchards in the area. So Perry Village is a balanced and all-embracing nomenclature for the wider commune. I might agree that Foodie Quarter still has ...
by JGD
1 Aug 2020 09:08
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: New Bistro in Perry Village’s Foodie Quarter
Replies: 7
Views: 683

Re: New Bistro in Perry Village’s Foodie Quarter

I know and trust a fellow poster who lives there and who has reliably informed me that this is its new moniker. He has used the terms in earlier posts - so I am only following the trend. Trust me - no payment or commission involved from estate agents or others. And I don't bet normally - but would y...
by JGD
31 Jul 2020 14:07
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: New Bistro in Perry Village’s Foodie Quarter
Replies: 7
Views: 683

New Bistro in Perry Village’s Foodie Quarter

Have taken our first opportunity to have a long liquid lunch in the nascent Foodie Quarter of Perry Village. Hottest day of the year and the first break the BH has had since lockdown. The Forest Cafe and Bistro, near the Old Fire Station on Perry Vale, has a delicate balanced and extensive menu suit...
by JGD
25 Jul 2020 09:48
Forum: Town Asylum
Topic: The Censor in RTW Speaks Again
Replies: 24
Views: 3799

Re: The Censor in RTW Speaks Again

To give him (dubious) credit, he can be quite convincing and it worked for a few hours. Anyway let me put on record here that it was me who accompanied Nic to the police station to help her get to the bottom of these ‘reports’ and I was there when, after an exhaustive search, the police confirmed t...
by JGD
22 Jul 2020 20:54
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: a 60 foot (5G?) mast is coming to Newlands Park
Replies: 6
Views: 1024

Re: a 60 foot (5G?) mast is coming to Newlands Park

An update following a little more detailed scrutiny of the submitted drawings and Equipment Schedules from Hutchison 3G UK Limited. it would appear that at least some of the proposed and specified equipment is undoubtedly supplied by Huawei. The antennae specifications are unambiguously Huawei as ar...
by JGD
21 Jul 2020 08:31
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: a 60 foot (5G?) mast is coming to Newlands Park
Replies: 6
Views: 1024

Re: a 60 foot (5G?) mast is coming to Newlands Park

The new rules require that Huawei kit must be removed within the next few years. So we don't really know what components are being commissioned in installations now. However a few relevant extracts including a revelation that this is a mast to be shared by two providers. The 5G antennas are some 3 t...
by JGD
17 Jul 2020 09:24
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: Heathrow Airport uses ultraviolet robots to kill viruses
Replies: 2
Views: 445

Heathrow Airport uses ultraviolet robots to kill viruses

If this is accurate and not a spoof - every home should have one. https://www.airlive.net/heathrow-airport-is-deploying-ultraviolet-robots-to-kill-viruses-at-night/?utm_source=airlive.net_internal&utm_medium=internal&utm_campaign=airlive.net_internal&utm_content=41772524&utm_term=325717&ce=DIV.mctit...
by JGD
17 Jul 2020 08:23
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: Consultation on Proposal to Close Silverdale/Bishopsthorpe Road to traffic
Replies: 84
Views: 8768

Re: Consultation on Proposal to Close Silverdale/Bishopsthorpe Road to traffic

The officers are convinced that the installation of the planters at the top of Bishopsthorpe and near the top of Silverdale are the answer to stop the rat running and encourage the use of cycles as well as walking to the high street. I still have concerns with this view and await the outcome of the...
by JGD
14 Jul 2020 10:11
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: SCAMS
Replies: 24
Views: 5998

Re: SCAMS

A new very hostile scam call this morning and rather unusually to my mobile phone number. The scammers faked the CLI number to make it look like the call was coming from Bradford. It started with with an announcement that was a grave and very false warning that HMRC has instigated a fraud case again...
by JGD
13 Jul 2020 10:08
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: Lockdown Easement: WHO warn the worst is yet to come
Replies: 17
Views: 1608

Re: Lockdown Easement: WHO warn the worst is yet to come

I know of some extremely sad and very regrettable events locally, the passing of some people before their time and the recovery of many more thankfully. None of that knowledge is directly observed. It is information shared by loved ones, friends, acquaintances and colleagues. This picture will be ve...
by JGD
12 Jul 2020 15:30
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: Lockdown Easement: WHO warn the worst is yet to come
Replies: 17
Views: 1608

Re: Lockdown Easement: WHO warn the worst is yet to come

In short. HMG has been unable to demonstrate it can report and publish accurate numbers upon which we can rely. At nations level and at local authority level numbers appear to vary depending on who is making the announcement, in what circumstances and in which form. Politicians say one thing, scienc...
by JGD
9 Jul 2020 15:55
Forum: Town Asylum
Topic: The Censor in RTW Speaks Again
Replies: 24
Views: 3799

Re: The Censor in RTW Speaks Again

I had a negative view of you and his other critics. Oh how most people, who have not encountered one, are sceptical and smile or laugh when the concept of red-mist attacks are explained to them for the first time. The laughter stops when it happens to them. Most times for the most minimal or imperc...
by JGD
9 Jul 2020 09:27
Forum: Town Asylum
Topic: The Censor in RTW Speaks Again
Replies: 24
Views: 3799

Re: The Censor in RTW Speaks Again

It's difficult to not be inflamed when you are being defamed. Scots law and English law have different definitions with very different mixes of common law and statutory provisions. So when dealing with defamation, libel and slander it requires careful and distinctive consideration. Defamation occur...
by JGD
7 Jul 2020 21:20
Forum: Town Asylum
Topic: The Censor in RTW Speaks Again
Replies: 24
Views: 3799

Re: The Censor in RTW Speaks Again

Unfortunate is one word that CB does not understand and its not present in his lexicon of vitriolic expressions of hatred used in an outright and uncontrollable persecution of selected victims. Only one person doxed him - Chris Beach himself. It was he, if anyone was accountable, who may or may not ...
by JGD
2 Jul 2020 13:19
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: Lockdown Easement: WHO warn the worst is yet to come
Replies: 17
Views: 1608

Re: Lockdown Easement: WHO warn the worst is yet to come

A narrative that is almost 10 minutes long from Led By Donkeys. It describes a timeline and it says a lot. Some will undoubtedly see it as scaremongering. The more sensible will see it as a warning about how ineffective HMG have been mainly because they seem to be unable to make any decision on a ti...
by JGD
1 Jul 2020 19:38
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: Freeview reception problems?
Replies: 22
Views: 4855

Re: Freeview reception problems?

mosy wrote:
1 Jul 2020 17:49
Go on, you know you want to :wink:
:lol: :lol: :lol:
by JGD
1 Jul 2020 19:33
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: Local Government Boundary Commission - Lewisham final proposal for Wards
Replies: 3
Views: 486

Re: Local Government Boundary Commission - Lewisham final proposal for Wards

Perhaps I vested too much faith in the blurb. But then it seems to make sense as the effort to equalise councillor representation we see are made at ward level. Could it be assumed that constituency adjustments are made in parallel perhaps? Even be a function of the equalisation of wards ? I see fla...
by JGD
1 Jul 2020 12:47
Forum: Town Hall
Topic: Local Government Boundary Commission - Lewisham final proposal for Wards
Replies: 3
Views: 486

Local Government Boundary Commission - Lewisham final proposal for Wards

Local Government Boundary Commission yesterday (30 June 2020) published its final recommendations for new electoral arrangements with revisions for Lewisham ward boundaries. Only two wards remain unchanged and Lewisham will gain two new wards and lose one. It is estimated that the Lewisham electorat...