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editor

hiraethified
The subject of the threads in question is completely irrelevant. The issue here is the completely opposite treatment of a new poster in here, seemly depending on whether you agree or disagree with their viewpoint..
No, the issue is the new bars and food establishments in Brixton.

If you wish to discuss 'the treatment of new posters' and 'CASE 1,' start a thread in the feedback forum where you might possibly find someone remotely interested in trawling through threads containing hundreds of posts and cross-referencing them on other threads to see whatever point it is you're trying to make.

Good luck with that, but you will be banned from this thread if you continue this off-topic disruption.
 

T & P

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Well. Happy New Year to all of you.

Less beef folks. Its a forum about Brixtons food places, not Judge Rinder :thumbs:
I completely agree, and I wish nothing more going forward than members new and old using this thread for nothing more than giving their opinions or feedback on Brixton’s bars and eateries, and of course for their opinion on any given venue to be treated with due respect even if it’s something one does not agree with.So line drawn here, everyone... And Happy New Year to all.
 

Marilla

New Member
I completely agree, and I wish nothing more going forward than members new and old using this thread for nothing more than giving their opinions or feedback on Brixton’s bars and eateries, and of course for their opinion on any given venue to be treated with due respect even if it’s something one does not agree with.So line drawn here, everyone... And Happy New Year to all.
:thumbs:


Happy new year to you all!
 

jimbarkanoodle

Well-Known Member
Looks like Brew Dog are doing free refills of draft alcohol free beer during January.
Goes to show how cheap this booze free beer is to produce if they are advertising giving it away for free. I wonder how much a pint of it is? Clearly they have worked out that if a person buys 1 pint of this at full price but drinks 3 they are still making enough money for it to be a worthwhile promotion.
 

alex_

Well-Known Member
Goes to show how cheap this booze free beer is to produce if they are advertising giving it away for free. I wonder how much a pint of it is? Clearly they have worked out that if a person buys 1 pint of this at full price but drinks 3 they are still making enough money for it to be a worthwhile promotion.
Plus they aren’t paying any alcohol duty on it which is about 42p on a 5% pint.
 

editor

hiraethified
This isn't Fight Club.
Neither is it the softy-wofty-touchy-feely club. Now I'd like to know why the exclusive, upmarket Laundry is allowed to shove this big wooden sign advertising their unaffordable cocktails in the street. It's already a narrow pavement as it is.

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aka

Brixton Hill
Breaking the first rule of 'softy-wofty-touchy-feely club', yer Editor says the gloves can come off! Wooop.

Anyway - back OT. The very least that Laundry will need is Public Liability Insurance. Always fun posting about insurance.

Laundry will also need to get permission from Lambeth Council under their planning regulations. There is no national specific legislation preventing it though. Laundry are most likely from the 'forgiveness not permission' school. HTH.
 

editor

hiraethified
Breaking the first rule of 'softy-wofty-touchy-feely club', yer Editor says the gloves can come off! Wooop.

Anyway - back OT. The very least that Laundry will need is Public Liability Insurance. Always fun posting about insurance.

Laundry will also need to get permission from Lambeth Council under their planning regulations. There is no national specific legislation preventing it though. Laundry are most likely from the 'forgiveness not permission' school. HTH.
It seems they 'must leave at least 1.8 metres of clear space on the pavement so that people can pass, including those with disabilities. ' I'm not seeing 1.8m here. How about you?

Oh and seeing as it's in a conservation area, this rule applies:
You must get consent from the appropriate planning authority if you want to place an A Board in a conservation area.
But this lot don't give a fuck.
 

aka

Brixton Hill
It seems they 'must leave at least 1.8 metres of clear space on the pavement so that people can pass, including those with disabilities. ' I'm not seeing 1.8m here. How about you?

Oh and seeing as it's in a conservation area, this rule applies:

But this lot don't give a fuck.
Like I posted - Laundry need permission. No idea if they have it.
 

CH1

"Red Guard"(NLYL)
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Yet another fucking chain is moving into Electric Avenue selling yet more fucking fried chicken.
I think the Green Party should push for a vegan quota. The thought of all those electrocuted fowls is disgusting.
Did you know the the pioneer of factory farming in Britain was a co-founder of loopy right-wing think tank, the IEA?
 

alex_

Well-Known Member
I think the Green Party should push for a vegan quota. The thought of all those electrocuted fowls is disgusting.
Did you know the the pioneer of factory farming in Britain was a co-founder of loopy right-wing think tank, the IEA?
Otoh it meant the working class could afford meat more than once a week.

meat rationing didn’t end until 1954, factory farms was what the uk needed in the 1950’s

Alex
 

CH1

"Red Guard"(NLYL)
Otoh it meant the working class could afford meat more than once a week.

meat rationing didn’t end until 1954, factory farms was what the uk needed in the 1950’s

Alex
alex_ Eating electrically stunned chicken is more aesthetically pleasing than Horsemeat from Coldharbour Lane - mainly because the mechanics are hidden.

I was trying to argue ad hominem. Like the pioneer of English factory farming consorted with Hayek and that lot.
Normally on here ad hominem accusations go down a treat. Are you a Libertarian, a Blairite or simply a Contrarian?
I think we should be told.
 

editor

hiraethified
Otoh it meant the working class could afford meat more than once a week.

meat rationing didn’t end until 1954, factory farms was what the uk needed in the 1950’s

Alex
Pretty sure that the 'factory farms' of the 1950s bear little relation to the industrial complexes that are utilised for mass slaughter these days.
 
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