That's not very nice. Of course I didn't. If you click on the link to 'posts' it brings up a screen with a breakdown of the posters and how many posts they've made on that thread.You actually went through and counted them? That's rather sad actually.
You'd only give your willy the shocks if you managed to provide a constant, solid stream to the rail. If you're splashing it all over the place sten gun stylee you should be fine, but it's not a nice thing to do anyway.Has anybody answered the question about if you would kill yourself by weeing onto the live rail on the underground tracks yet ?
Lol, if it is, then DotCommunist was nearer than he realised:that is one of the factors that means that I never fly on these airlines - Virgin and BA still offer free drink and both are good for me.
On another matter ajdown are you this person: <editor: URL removed> ?
I'd already found that myspace and assumed it was heLol, if it is, then DotCommunist was nearer than he realised:
At one point BA were giving out two of those little bottles of wine without asking... Delta have shit service, anyway.that is one of the factors that means that I never fly on these airlines - Virgin and BA still offer free drink and both are good for me.
On another matter ajdown are you this person: <editor: URL removed>
I could easily re-register a new name should I choose to, but I don't see that I have anything in particular to hide, after all it's not like I'm involved in anything illegal.You really shouldn't use your real name as a board name, aj. Want a different one?
Putting the Tube booze ban to the test
The booze ban on the capital's transport network has been slammed as an unenforceable "half-baked gimmick designed solely as a publicity stunt".
To test this theory the Times sent me on the London Underground network to see what would happen if I drank openly as I made my way around the Tube stations in Richmond upon Thames and Hounslow.
The rules were simple. I was only to drink while on the network and was to make no effort to hide what I was doing.
To be as indiscreet as possible I bought three large bottles.
I would stop whenever I was told to by police or underground workers and my journey would come to an end.
It was not big or clever but it was certainly enlightening.
The trip started last Thursday about 9pm at Richmond station and the plan was to go to Heathrow and back.
...I made the round-trip, which took almost three hours on the District and Piccadilly lines, without any confrontation from police or Tube staff and met two other drinkers who both thought the ban was folly.
One, a 48-year-old from Hounslow, said the ban was pointless, did nothing to stop drunkenness on the Tube and was a waste of rail staff's time.
I passed at least five members of staff, none of whom approached me or asked me to stop.
It all left me thinking: If nothing was done to stop an individual openly flouting the ban, what effect will they have on the groups of yobs that are supposedly simultaneously drinking openly while terrorising our Tube network? - never mind the clever ones who hide their alcohol in bottles of fizzy drinks.