Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by bluestreak, May 8, 2008.
it's just that i would rather not have ANYTHING banned unless there is a proven reason to ban it.
S'cool, mate. You know I'm not sXe in my "recovery". I just can't do booze anymore.
Ban banning! When do we want it? Now!
I was there for a bit. Guilty as being white, but not particularly middle class, not a yuppie, never been to the Glastonbury festival... where do I fit in?
Aye. And their well-heeled pillar-of-the-community parents are the Daily Fail and sub-standard's target audience.
Funny how it all turns out in the wash.
Ooh, she's a card ain't she?
Puts us in our place and no mistake.
I bet some of them really were called Rupert and Tarquin.
Weren't you there so you could "tut"?
Okay. That is kinda funny!
Well he appears to be condemning it an awful lot for someone who seems desperate to be seen as part of the action...
Not at all, I was in fits of laughter at the stupidity of these morons not only for their behaviour but for thinking they could have even got away with it in the first place without something going tits up.
**thinks about getting deckchair, donkey rides and snack concession stalls out of storage**
Sounds like you had a hoot of a saturday night then!
You had no other plans I take it...?
Some of them looked like they could have done with one as well. Dirty fuckers.
i don't really get your idea of a good night out!
You never get this sort of behaviour at Flashmob either.
This really ought to be political common sense - not just on moral grounds but on pragmatic grounds. Someone actually has to enforce laws for them to work.
Yes you do.
He's posted the most on this thread too by by a country mile.
He just *Had to be there!*
I tend not to go out in the evenings, by choice. There's plenty of things we can do at home without having to go out that we can enjoy, although I accept these things may not be someone else's choice of fun.
But thousands of them did, more than were on the concourse at Liverpool Street.
Which again suggests to me that the people who really care about banning booze have some serious hang-ups.
I'm sorry they do but I'd really rather they didn't demand that the stage legislate that everyone else fall into line with them.
Ajdown has, in my mind, the status of a anti gay rights campaigners who feels drawn to the subject and insists on getting first hand 'on the ground' knowledge of that which offends him so. Tragic and irritating in equal measure.
But on this particular weekend you thought you'd stretch the purse-strings to the price of a travel card so you could guffaw at rebellious teenagers getting sozzled in a train station?
wuhh... so you are saying you were forced to go out to this tube party thing? it looks as though you were the only person posting on here who went, or am i confused
Who are you to decide what's "appropriate"? So long as you're not bothering anyone or putting yourself or others at risk, you should be able to drink where and when you like.
Perhaps because all the London Transport signs say that "drinking alcohol is prohibited."
I have an annual travelcard for work purposes so it didn't cost me anything extra actually.
No, I chose to pop along for the start to see whether the chaos about to ensue was as bad as, or worse, than I had predicted. Hung around for half an hour, got bored looking at the idiots, and went home.
Maybe nobody else that normally posts here did go, I'm not sure.
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