Safespeed

Discussion in 'UK and Europe' started by spindrift, Apr 6, 2006.

  1. spindrift

    spindrift Guest

    Is about to suffer a humiliating public exposure.

    Watch this space.
     
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  2. spindrift wrote:

    > Is about to suffer a humiliating public exposure.
    >


    Correction : *another* humiliating public exposure.
     
  3. spindrift

    spindrift Guest

    Anyone involved in road safety knows that Smith's mad dribbling pile of
    pants website is a dangerous and dishonest pro-speeding apologist for
    criminal behaviour.


    Anyone who has looked at his risible website realises that it is the
    workings of an amateur crank hopelessly out of his depth.


    Anyone involved with making the roads safer is aware of Smith's history
    of dishonesty and perversion of justice.

    But this time Smith's gone too far.

    Highly placed people are investigating serious offences connected with
    Smith, a very public disgrace is following shortly, not a moment too
    soon as far as I'm concerned, the man's a dangerous menace, a fraud and
    a charlatan.
     
  4. Richard

    Richard Guest

    spindrift wrote:

    > Highly placed people are investigating


    Highly placed people? Chris Bonington? Pope Benedict? Fred Dibnah?

    R.
     
  5. spindrift

    spindrift Guest

    Don't be silly, Pope Bendict was in The A Team, Chris Bonnington was
    the shouty beardy king in Blackadder 1 and Dibnah's dead.


    Said too much already. You ain't seen me, right?

    It's flipping funny, actually, wait and see.
     
  6. spindrift wrote:

    > Don't be silly, Pope Bendict was in The A Team


    How come the Popemobile isn't black with a red stripe, then? ;-)

    > Chris Bonnington was
    > the shouty beardy king in Blackadder 1


    Was going to joke that shouty + beardy should automatically = Brian
    Blessed. But now I think about it, it actually *was* him in The Black
    Adder, wasn't it?

    David Belcher
     
  7. Tosspot

    Tosspot Guest

    spindrift wrote:
    > Is about to suffer a humiliating public exposure.
    >
    > Watch this space.


    BOOOOH! I like Paul. He has motivation, conviction and like Lord
    Sutch, is barmy to the point of amusement.

    We need more people like him in uk.rec.cycling.


    <thinks> We need more uk.rec.cycling in people like Paul.
     
  8. Tosspot wrote:

    > spindrift wrote:
    > > Is about to suffer a humiliating public exposure.
    > >
    > > Watch this space.

    >
    > BOOOOH! I like Paul. He has motivation, conviction and like Lord
    > Sutch, is barmy to the point of amusement.
    >
    > We need more people like him in uk.rec.cycling.


    Surely Boris Johnson would be a better choice? All of the above
    qualities, *and* rides a bike.

    David Belcher
     
  9. Graeme Dods

    Graeme Dods Guest

    On 6 Apr 2006 01:01:03 -0700, spindrift wrote:

    > Is about to suffer a humiliating public exposure.


    Surely the vast majority of Safespeed exposure is humiliating, just PS
    seems totally unaware of it.

    Graeme
     
  10. POHB

    POHB Guest

    >
    > Watch this space.
    >


    Still watching and waiting. Like to give us a clue?
     
  11. POHB wrote:

    > >
    > > Watch this space.
    > >

    >
    > Still watching and waiting. Like to give us a clue?


    "Give us a clue"? Sorry, all I can now think of are the innuendo-laden
    "Sound Charades" intros from ISIHAC [1] ;-)

    David Belcher

    [1] Speaking of which, anyone see Mastermind last night - Mornington
    Crescent got a mention!
     
  12. Bryan

    Bryan New Member

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    I can see it now 'And your specialist subject is 'the rules of Mornington Cresent 1500 to the present day''

    Bryan
     
  13. spindrift

    spindrift Guest

    I can't say anything about Smith's imminent humiliation because it's
    still ongoing.



    Speaking of "Give Us A Clue", who can forget the magical moment when
    Una Stubbs finished off One Man And His Dog in under thirty seconds?
     
  14. Tony B

    Tony B Guest

    David E. Belcher wrote:

    > Was going to joke that shouty + beardy should automatically = Brian
    > Blessed. But now I think about it, it actually *was* him in The Black
    > Adder, wasn't it?


    prolly, but he was/is (dead at present???) much more than that, saw him
    read Dulce et decorum est once, incredibly moving.

    Tony B
     
  15. > Was going to joke that shouty + beardy should automatically = Brian
    > Blessed.


    <www.fatdrunkandstupid.com/chobb/b3ta_brian_01.htm>

    There's more, but I couldn't find it again :-(
     
  16. Mark McNeill

    Mark McNeill Guest

    Response to Mark Thompson:
    > > Was going to joke that shouty + beardy should automatically = Brian
    > > Blessed.

    >
    > <www.fatdrunkandstupid.com/chobb/b3ta_brian_01.htm>
    >
    > There's more, but I couldn't find it again :-(


    Brian Blessed makes an early appearance in

    http://www2.b3ta.com/namethatbeard/

    Pretty safe for work, oddly enough, given the source.


    I was once stuck in a fairly small dressing-room with Brian Blessed.
    Yes, he actually *is* like that.


    --
    Mark, UK
    "Nothing sets a person up more than having something turn out just the
    way it's supposed to be, like falling into a Swiss snowdrift and seeing
    a big dog come up with a little cask of brandy round its neck."
     
  17. spindrift wrote:
    > I can't say anything about Smith's imminent humiliation because it's
    > still ongoing.
    >
    >
    >
    > Speaking of "Give Us A Clue", who can forget the magical moment when
    > Una Stubbs finished off One Man And His Dog in under thirty seconds?
    >


    Oh give us a tiny hint!!!

    We want to know where to be looking to see this!!

    ExG
     
  18. smeggy

    smeggy Guest

    Yeah, this'll be so great - I really can't wait.....



    ........for you admit you have shot yourself in the foot in full
    attention of everyone here - it's very imminent!

    (PS, I'm privy to info you clearly are not)
     
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