Police from two forces called to search for youths on railway in Chapelford

Two-force police team called to search for youths on railway in Chapelford

Two-force police team called to search for youths on railway in Chapelford

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POLICE were called to reports of youths playing on the railway in Chapelford at the bridge off Sunset Boulevard.

Officers from Cheshire Police and British Transport Police were contacted by concerned residents who say they saw two boys and a girl on the line underneath the bridge, close to Farmleigh Gardens.

Calls were made at 8.20pm and 9pm on Thursday, police say.

When officers arrived to search the area, they did not find anyone on the tracks.

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1:50pm Mon 28 Apr 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge.

There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.
The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge. There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway. SAC_in_Warrington
  • Score: 8

4:25pm Mon 28 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge.

There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.
Blame the local pot heads, that always works.
[quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge. There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.[/p][/quote]Blame the local pot heads, that always works. GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: -1

5:53pm Mon 28 Apr 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge.

There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.
Blame the local pot heads, that always works.
Obviously you didn't see them. I cast no blame like you now have as I merely stated what I experienced from both a Visual and Olfactometry perspective.
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge. There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.[/p][/quote]Blame the local pot heads, that always works.[/p][/quote]Obviously you didn't see them. I cast no blame like you now have as I merely stated what I experienced from both a Visual and Olfactometry perspective. SAC_in_Warrington
  • Score: 5

2:37pm Tue 29 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge.

There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.
Blame the local pot heads, that always works.
Obviously you didn't see them. I cast no blame like you now have as I merely stated what I experienced from both a Visual and Olfactometry perspective.
No SAC you just grassed a few kids up for, allegedly, smoking something that should be legalised as it is currently in most of the U.S. Never mind we are never far behind the U.S.
Olfactometry perspective, was you hid in a bush with your big nose having a sniff for yourself. Strange person!!
[quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge. There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.[/p][/quote]Blame the local pot heads, that always works.[/p][/quote]Obviously you didn't see them. I cast no blame like you now have as I merely stated what I experienced from both a Visual and Olfactometry perspective.[/p][/quote]No SAC you just grassed a few kids up for, allegedly, smoking something that should be legalised as it is currently in most of the U.S. Never mind we are never far behind the U.S. Olfactometry perspective, was you hid in a bush with your big nose having a sniff for yourself. Strange person!! GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: -13

5:57pm Tue 29 Apr 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge.

There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.
Blame the local pot heads, that always works.
Obviously you didn't see them. I cast no blame like you now have as I merely stated what I experienced from both a Visual and Olfactometry perspective.
No SAC you just grassed a few kids up for, allegedly, smoking something that should be legalised as it is currently in most of the U.S. Never mind we are never far behind the U.S.
Olfactometry perspective, was you hid in a bush with your big nose having a sniff for yourself. Strange person!!
No grumpy parent I had no need to do the hiding in bushes thing as you enthusiastically suggest, as I just happen to stroll past on one of my Warrington Walkabouts. The group of older youths could be seen clearly from the pavement skinning-up and the characteristic weed aroma was definitely drifting in the breeze and across the footpath..
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge. There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.[/p][/quote]Blame the local pot heads, that always works.[/p][/quote]Obviously you didn't see them. I cast no blame like you now have as I merely stated what I experienced from both a Visual and Olfactometry perspective.[/p][/quote]No SAC you just grassed a few kids up for, allegedly, smoking something that should be legalised as it is currently in most of the U.S. Never mind we are never far behind the U.S. Olfactometry perspective, was you hid in a bush with your big nose having a sniff for yourself. Strange person!![/p][/quote]No grumpy parent I had no need to do the hiding in bushes thing as you enthusiastically suggest, as I just happen to stroll past on one of my Warrington Walkabouts. The group of older youths could be seen clearly from the pavement skinning-up and the characteristic weed aroma was definitely drifting in the breeze and across the footpath.. SAC_in_Warrington
  • Score: 8

10:06pm Tue 29 Apr 14

PageA says...

Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis
Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis PageA
  • Score: 3

8:19am Wed 30 Apr 14

Nick Tessla says...

PageA wrote:
Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis
Why bother waiting for facts - when you can suggest a correlation between one act and another one.

I bet he went to church

I bet he once watched a horror video

He liked eating sprouts, I imagine.
[quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis[/p][/quote]Why bother waiting for facts - when you can suggest a correlation between one act and another one. I bet he went to church I bet he once watched a horror video He liked eating sprouts, I imagine. Nick Tessla
  • Score: 4

10:34am Wed 30 Apr 14

PageA says...

Nick Tessla wrote:
PageA wrote:
Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis
Why bother waiting for facts - when you can suggest a correlation between one act and another one.

I bet he went to church

I bet he once watched a horror video

He liked eating sprouts, I imagine.
Nick I've sat here for 10 minutes now and I cant find a single line on the internet linking sprouts to psychosis. You cant move for papers about cannabis use and psychosis. I have personally experienced short burst of lets say...extreme, aggressive and potentially dangerous behaviour accompanied by dark thoughts following a spell of cannabis use as a young man. This was more than teenage angst and to this day It still troubles me. Michael Adebolajo wasn't a terrorist, he was a user of skunk cannabis. Look at the concerns raised regarding Brandon Goode and more locally Anthony Ogburn. This drug has got a fantastic PR company but it's not legal for a reason.
[quote][p][bold]Nick Tessla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis[/p][/quote]Why bother waiting for facts - when you can suggest a correlation between one act and another one. I bet he went to church I bet he once watched a horror video He liked eating sprouts, I imagine.[/p][/quote]Nick I've sat here for 10 minutes now and I cant find a single line on the internet linking sprouts to psychosis. You cant move for papers about cannabis use and psychosis. I have personally experienced short burst of lets say...extreme, aggressive and potentially dangerous behaviour accompanied by dark thoughts following a spell of cannabis use as a young man. This was more than teenage angst and to this day It still troubles me. Michael Adebolajo wasn't a terrorist, he was a user of skunk cannabis. Look at the concerns raised regarding Brandon Goode and more locally Anthony Ogburn. This drug has got a fantastic PR company but it's not legal for a reason. PageA
  • Score: 1

3:18pm Wed 30 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

PageA wrote:
Nick Tessla wrote:
PageA wrote:
Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis
Why bother waiting for facts - when you can suggest a correlation between one act and another one.

I bet he went to church

I bet he once watched a horror video

He liked eating sprouts, I imagine.
Nick I've sat here for 10 minutes now and I cant find a single line on the internet linking sprouts to psychosis. You cant move for papers about cannabis use and psychosis. I have personally experienced short burst of lets say...extreme, aggressive and potentially dangerous behaviour accompanied by dark thoughts following a spell of cannabis use as a young man. This was more than teenage angst and to this day It still troubles me. Michael Adebolajo wasn't a terrorist, he was a user of skunk cannabis. Look at the concerns raised regarding Brandon Goode and more locally Anthony Ogburn. This drug has got a fantastic PR company but it's not legal for a reason.
Legal in many other countries though PageA. Canabis is no different to many other (legal) drugs, including alcohol, my own daughter can not take co-codamol as they have an adverse affect on her. I can take them like Smarties. Lets not forget that even video games are linked to mass murders and psychotic behaviour. I was quite addicted to Black Ops on the Xbox at one time to the point I was ranked in the top 100 in the world I was offered sponsorship from gaming companies and made a lot of money from Youtube videos. I stopped playing as I found my aggression levels had gone through the roof shouting at kids etc so I know how these games have an affect. Just because a minority can not handle weed doesn't mean the majority won't.
[quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick Tessla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis[/p][/quote]Why bother waiting for facts - when you can suggest a correlation between one act and another one. I bet he went to church I bet he once watched a horror video He liked eating sprouts, I imagine.[/p][/quote]Nick I've sat here for 10 minutes now and I cant find a single line on the internet linking sprouts to psychosis. You cant move for papers about cannabis use and psychosis. I have personally experienced short burst of lets say...extreme, aggressive and potentially dangerous behaviour accompanied by dark thoughts following a spell of cannabis use as a young man. This was more than teenage angst and to this day It still troubles me. Michael Adebolajo wasn't a terrorist, he was a user of skunk cannabis. Look at the concerns raised regarding Brandon Goode and more locally Anthony Ogburn. This drug has got a fantastic PR company but it's not legal for a reason.[/p][/quote]Legal in many other countries though PageA. Canabis is no different to many other (legal) drugs, including alcohol, my own daughter can not take co-codamol as they have an adverse affect on her. I can take them like Smarties. Lets not forget that even video games are linked to mass murders and psychotic behaviour. I was quite addicted to Black Ops on the Xbox at one time to the point I was ranked in the top 100 in the world I was offered sponsorship from gaming companies and made a lot of money from Youtube videos. I stopped playing as I found my aggression levels had gone through the roof shouting at kids etc so I know how these games have an affect. Just because a minority can not handle weed doesn't mean the majority won't. GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: -3

3:57pm Wed 30 Apr 14

PageA says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
PageA wrote:
Nick Tessla wrote:
PageA wrote:
Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis
Why bother waiting for facts - when you can suggest a correlation between one act and another one.

I bet he went to church

I bet he once watched a horror video

He liked eating sprouts, I imagine.
Nick I've sat here for 10 minutes now and I cant find a single line on the internet linking sprouts to psychosis. You cant move for papers about cannabis use and psychosis. I have personally experienced short burst of lets say...extreme, aggressive and potentially dangerous behaviour accompanied by dark thoughts following a spell of cannabis use as a young man. This was more than teenage angst and to this day It still troubles me. Michael Adebolajo wasn't a terrorist, he was a user of skunk cannabis. Look at the concerns raised regarding Brandon Goode and more locally Anthony Ogburn. This drug has got a fantastic PR company but it's not legal for a reason.
Legal in many other countries though PageA. Canabis is no different to many other (legal) drugs, including alcohol, my own daughter can not take co-codamol as they have an adverse affect on her. I can take them like Smarties. Lets not forget that even video games are linked to mass murders and psychotic behaviour. I was quite addicted to Black Ops on the Xbox at one time to the point I was ranked in the top 100 in the world I was offered sponsorship from gaming companies and made a lot of money from Youtube videos. I stopped playing as I found my aggression levels had gone through the roof shouting at kids etc so I know how these games have an affect. Just because a minority can not handle weed doesn't mean the majority won't.
mmm...shouting at the kids after playing video games on one hand....removing a total strangers head in the street with a meat cleaver on the other. You're right, there's no difference
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick Tessla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis[/p][/quote]Why bother waiting for facts - when you can suggest a correlation between one act and another one. I bet he went to church I bet he once watched a horror video He liked eating sprouts, I imagine.[/p][/quote]Nick I've sat here for 10 minutes now and I cant find a single line on the internet linking sprouts to psychosis. You cant move for papers about cannabis use and psychosis. I have personally experienced short burst of lets say...extreme, aggressive and potentially dangerous behaviour accompanied by dark thoughts following a spell of cannabis use as a young man. This was more than teenage angst and to this day It still troubles me. Michael Adebolajo wasn't a terrorist, he was a user of skunk cannabis. Look at the concerns raised regarding Brandon Goode and more locally Anthony Ogburn. This drug has got a fantastic PR company but it's not legal for a reason.[/p][/quote]Legal in many other countries though PageA. Canabis is no different to many other (legal) drugs, including alcohol, my own daughter can not take co-codamol as they have an adverse affect on her. I can take them like Smarties. Lets not forget that even video games are linked to mass murders and psychotic behaviour. I was quite addicted to Black Ops on the Xbox at one time to the point I was ranked in the top 100 in the world I was offered sponsorship from gaming companies and made a lot of money from Youtube videos. I stopped playing as I found my aggression levels had gone through the roof shouting at kids etc so I know how these games have an affect. Just because a minority can not handle weed doesn't mean the majority won't.[/p][/quote]mmm...shouting at the kids after playing video games on one hand....removing a total strangers head in the street with a meat cleaver on the other. You're right, there's no difference PageA
  • Score: 3

4:23pm Wed 30 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

PageA wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
PageA wrote:
Nick Tessla wrote:
PageA wrote:
Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis
Why bother waiting for facts - when you can suggest a correlation between one act and another one.

I bet he went to church

I bet he once watched a horror video

He liked eating sprouts, I imagine.
Nick I've sat here for 10 minutes now and I cant find a single line on the internet linking sprouts to psychosis. You cant move for papers about cannabis use and psychosis. I have personally experienced short burst of lets say...extreme, aggressive and potentially dangerous behaviour accompanied by dark thoughts following a spell of cannabis use as a young man. This was more than teenage angst and to this day It still troubles me. Michael Adebolajo wasn't a terrorist, he was a user of skunk cannabis. Look at the concerns raised regarding Brandon Goode and more locally Anthony Ogburn. This drug has got a fantastic PR company but it's not legal for a reason.
Legal in many other countries though PageA. Canabis is no different to many other (legal) drugs, including alcohol, my own daughter can not take co-codamol as they have an adverse affect on her. I can take them like Smarties. Lets not forget that even video games are linked to mass murders and psychotic behaviour. I was quite addicted to Black Ops on the Xbox at one time to the point I was ranked in the top 100 in the world I was offered sponsorship from gaming companies and made a lot of money from Youtube videos. I stopped playing as I found my aggression levels had gone through the roof shouting at kids etc so I know how these games have an affect. Just because a minority can not handle weed doesn't mean the majority won't.
mmm...shouting at the kids after playing video games on one hand....removing a total strangers head in the street with a meat cleaver on the other. You're right, there's no difference
You miss the point, shouting at kids down a headset is one thing but the game gets you that aggressive if the kid, or adult for that matter, had been in front of me, then it probably would have been a different story. Games, weed, alcohol, driving a car and many other things can all, at one point, be linked to aggressive and psychotic behaviour and turn a perfectly sane individual insane.
I quote your own words "I have personally experienced short burst of lets say...extreme, aggressive and potentially dangerous behaviour accompanied by dark thoughts following a spell of cannabis use as a young man".
And you already know I respect your intelligence! Certain things affect people in different ways always has and always will, so lets not put everything that goes wrong down to a few teenagers smoking a bit of weed.
[quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick Tessla[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: Shot in the dark here...I bet the boy that's just stabbed his teacher in Leeds smoked canabis[/p][/quote]Why bother waiting for facts - when you can suggest a correlation between one act and another one. I bet he went to church I bet he once watched a horror video He liked eating sprouts, I imagine.[/p][/quote]Nick I've sat here for 10 minutes now and I cant find a single line on the internet linking sprouts to psychosis. You cant move for papers about cannabis use and psychosis. I have personally experienced short burst of lets say...extreme, aggressive and potentially dangerous behaviour accompanied by dark thoughts following a spell of cannabis use as a young man. This was more than teenage angst and to this day It still troubles me. Michael Adebolajo wasn't a terrorist, he was a user of skunk cannabis. Look at the concerns raised regarding Brandon Goode and more locally Anthony Ogburn. This drug has got a fantastic PR company but it's not legal for a reason.[/p][/quote]Legal in many other countries though PageA. Canabis is no different to many other (legal) drugs, including alcohol, my own daughter can not take co-codamol as they have an adverse affect on her. I can take them like Smarties. Lets not forget that even video games are linked to mass murders and psychotic behaviour. I was quite addicted to Black Ops on the Xbox at one time to the point I was ranked in the top 100 in the world I was offered sponsorship from gaming companies and made a lot of money from Youtube videos. I stopped playing as I found my aggression levels had gone through the roof shouting at kids etc so I know how these games have an affect. Just because a minority can not handle weed doesn't mean the majority won't.[/p][/quote]mmm...shouting at the kids after playing video games on one hand....removing a total strangers head in the street with a meat cleaver on the other. You're right, there's no difference[/p][/quote]You miss the point, shouting at kids down a headset is one thing but the game gets you that aggressive if the kid, or adult for that matter, had been in front of me, then it probably would have been a different story. Games, weed, alcohol, driving a car and many other things can all, at one point, be linked to aggressive and psychotic behaviour and turn a perfectly sane individual insane. I quote your own words "I have personally experienced short burst of lets say...extreme, aggressive and potentially dangerous behaviour accompanied by dark thoughts following a spell of cannabis use as a young man". And you already know I respect your intelligence! Certain things affect people in different ways always has and always will, so lets not put everything that goes wrong down to a few teenagers smoking a bit of weed. GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: -1

4:33pm Wed 30 Apr 14

The Maestro says...

Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article. The Maestro
  • Score: -1

4:45pm Wed 30 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
It was Sac who mentioned weed, read my earlier post's I am all for the legalisation of weed.
[quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]It was Sac who mentioned weed, read my earlier post's I am all for the legalisation of weed. GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: -2

5:37pm Wed 30 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

PageA says "Nick I've sat here for 10 minutes now and I cant find a single line on the internet linking sprouts to psychosis".

Grumpy says " the proof is in your comment PageA".
PageA says "Nick I've sat here for 10 minutes now and I cant find a single line on the internet linking sprouts to psychosis". Grumpy says " the proof is in your comment PageA". GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: 2

6:00pm Wed 30 Apr 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
[quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course. SAC_in_Warrington
  • Score: 2

6:03pm Wed 30 Apr 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...
[quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ... SAC_in_Warrington
  • Score: 0

6:20pm Wed 30 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...
Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course!
[quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...[/p][/quote]Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course! GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: -1

7:06pm Wed 30 Apr 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...
Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course!
No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...[/p][/quote]Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course![/p][/quote]No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it. SAC_in_Warrington
  • Score: 3

7:23pm Wed 30 Apr 14

The Maestro says...

SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity
[quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity The Maestro
  • Score: 0

7:51pm Wed 30 Apr 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity
I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.
[quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity[/p][/quote]I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man. SAC_in_Warrington
  • Score: 0

8:17pm Wed 30 Apr 14

PageA says...

ooh ello! bit more egg for da puddin!

http://www.psycholog
ytoday.com/blog/the-
athletes-way/201404/
casual-marijuana-use
-linked-brain-change
s-in-young-adults

http://www.medicalne
wstoday.com/articles
/275516.php

http://www.reuters.c
om/article/2014/04/1
6/us-usa-marijuana-s
tudy-idUSBREA3F04F20
140416

http://www.suntimes.
com/news/metro/26886
186-418/even-casual-
marijuana-use-can-al
ter-the-brain-new-st
udy-shows.html

http://www.northwest
ern.edu/newscenter/s
tories/2014/04/casua
l-marijuana-use-link
ed-to-brain-abnormal
ities-in-students.ht
ml

http://www.scienceda
ily.com/releases/201
4/04/140415181156.ht
m
ooh ello! bit more egg for da puddin! http://www.psycholog ytoday.com/blog/the- athletes-way/201404/ casual-marijuana-use -linked-brain-change s-in-young-adults http://www.medicalne wstoday.com/articles /275516.php http://www.reuters.c om/article/2014/04/1 6/us-usa-marijuana-s tudy-idUSBREA3F04F20 140416 http://www.suntimes. com/news/metro/26886 186-418/even-casual- marijuana-use-can-al ter-the-brain-new-st udy-shows.html http://www.northwest ern.edu/newscenter/s tories/2014/04/casua l-marijuana-use-link ed-to-brain-abnormal ities-in-students.ht ml http://www.scienceda ily.com/releases/201 4/04/140415181156.ht m PageA
  • Score: -3

8:25pm Wed 30 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...
Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course!
No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.
What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are.
[quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...[/p][/quote]Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course![/p][/quote]No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.[/p][/quote]What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are. GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: 0

8:34pm Wed 30 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

PageA wrote:
ooh ello! bit more egg for da puddin!

http://www.psycholog

ytoday.com/blog/the-

athletes-way/201404/

casual-marijuana-use

-linked-brain-change

s-in-young-adults

http://www.medicalne

wstoday.com/articles

/275516.php

http://www.reuters.c

om/article/2014/04/1

6/us-usa-marijuana-s

tudy-idUSBREA3F04F20

140416

http://www.suntimes.

com/news/metro/26886

186-418/even-casual-

marijuana-use-can-al

ter-the-brain-new-st

udy-shows.html

http://www.northwest

ern.edu/newscenter/s

tories/2014/04/casua

l-marijuana-use-link

ed-to-brain-abnormal

ities-in-students.ht

ml

http://www.scienceda

ily.com/releases/201

4/04/140415181156.ht

m
Lost you PageA who side you on here?
[quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: ooh ello! bit more egg for da puddin! http://www.psycholog ytoday.com/blog/the- athletes-way/201404/ casual-marijuana-use -linked-brain-change s-in-young-adults http://www.medicalne wstoday.com/articles /275516.php http://www.reuters.c om/article/2014/04/1 6/us-usa-marijuana-s tudy-idUSBREA3F04F20 140416 http://www.suntimes. com/news/metro/26886 186-418/even-casual- marijuana-use-can-al ter-the-brain-new-st udy-shows.html http://www.northwest ern.edu/newscenter/s tories/2014/04/casua l-marijuana-use-link ed-to-brain-abnormal ities-in-students.ht ml http://www.scienceda ily.com/releases/201 4/04/140415181156.ht m[/p][/quote]Lost you PageA who side you on here? GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: 0

8:36pm Wed 30 Apr 14

PageA says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...
Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course!
No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.
What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are.
Grumpy, have a look at the study release this week. I've posted a few links above. It's hot off the press. Let me know if you have a problem with any of the big words.

Here..try this one for free

http://www.psycholog
ytoday.com/blog/endi
ng-addiction-good/20
1404/studies-show-lo
ng-term-effects-cann
abis-the-brain

If you want any more..you know where to come
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...[/p][/quote]Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course![/p][/quote]No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.[/p][/quote]What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are.[/p][/quote]Grumpy, have a look at the study release this week. I've posted a few links above. It's hot off the press. Let me know if you have a problem with any of the big words. Here..try this one for free http://www.psycholog ytoday.com/blog/endi ng-addiction-good/20 1404/studies-show-lo ng-term-effects-cann abis-the-brain If you want any more..you know where to come PageA
  • Score: 1

8:46pm Wed 30 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

PageA wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...
Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course!
No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.
What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are.
Grumpy, have a look at the study release this week. I've posted a few links above. It's hot off the press. Let me know if you have a problem with any of the big words.

Here..try this one for free

http://www.psycholog

ytoday.com/blog/endi

ng-addiction-good/20

1404/studies-show-lo

ng-term-effects-cann

abis-the-brain

If you want any more..you know where to come
Not bothered PageA but take a look at this guy who had a few alcoholic drinks. Same scenario.
http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=yWfetF1jC
O4

By the way PageA show me actual medical evidence please, not some ones thoughts on the subject. Did Armstrong land on the moon? Prove it!
[quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...[/p][/quote]Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course![/p][/quote]No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.[/p][/quote]What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are.[/p][/quote]Grumpy, have a look at the study release this week. I've posted a few links above. It's hot off the press. Let me know if you have a problem with any of the big words. Here..try this one for free http://www.psycholog ytoday.com/blog/endi ng-addiction-good/20 1404/studies-show-lo ng-term-effects-cann abis-the-brain If you want any more..you know where to come[/p][/quote]Not bothered PageA but take a look at this guy who had a few alcoholic drinks. Same scenario. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=yWfetF1jC O4 By the way PageA show me actual medical evidence please, not some ones thoughts on the subject. Did Armstrong land on the moon? Prove it! GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: -4

8:49pm Wed 30 Apr 14

PageA says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
PageA wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...
Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course!
No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.
What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are.
Grumpy, have a look at the study release this week. I've posted a few links above. It's hot off the press. Let me know if you have a problem with any of the big words.

Here..try this one for free

http://www.psycholog


ytoday.com/blog/endi


ng-addiction-good/20


1404/studies-show-lo


ng-term-effects-cann


abis-the-brain

If you want any more..you know where to come
Not bothered PageA but take a look at this guy who had a few alcoholic drinks. Same scenario.
http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=yWfetF1jC

O4

By the way PageA show me actual medical evidence please, not some ones thoughts on the subject. Did Armstrong land on the moon? Prove it!
I forgot what a fool you are for a minute, sorry for bothering you. Anyhow it makes interesting reading for anyone who is interested. Regards
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...[/p][/quote]Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course![/p][/quote]No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.[/p][/quote]What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are.[/p][/quote]Grumpy, have a look at the study release this week. I've posted a few links above. It's hot off the press. Let me know if you have a problem with any of the big words. Here..try this one for free http://www.psycholog ytoday.com/blog/endi ng-addiction-good/20 1404/studies-show-lo ng-term-effects-cann abis-the-brain If you want any more..you know where to come[/p][/quote]Not bothered PageA but take a look at this guy who had a few alcoholic drinks. Same scenario. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=yWfetF1jC O4 By the way PageA show me actual medical evidence please, not some ones thoughts on the subject. Did Armstrong land on the moon? Prove it![/p][/quote]I forgot what a fool you are for a minute, sorry for bothering you. Anyhow it makes interesting reading for anyone who is interested. Regards PageA
  • Score: 2

9:02pm Wed 30 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

PageA wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
PageA wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...
Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course!
No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.
What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are.
Grumpy, have a look at the study release this week. I've posted a few links above. It's hot off the press. Let me know if you have a problem with any of the big words.

Here..try this one for free

http://www.psycholog



ytoday.com/blog/endi



ng-addiction-good/20



1404/studies-show-lo



ng-term-effects-cann



abis-the-brain

If you want any more..you know where to come
Not bothered PageA but take a look at this guy who had a few alcoholic drinks. Same scenario.
http://www.youtube.c


om/watch?v=yWfetF1jC


O4

By the way PageA show me actual medical evidence please, not some ones thoughts on the subject. Did Armstrong land on the moon? Prove it!
I forgot what a fool you are for a minute, sorry for bothering you. Anyhow it makes interesting reading for anyone who is interested. Regards
Yeh you bored me to sleep didn't even have the energy to copy and paste your links, seriously PageA you are getting as boring as SAC and her dog s**t recycling food feast.
Bored.com
[quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PageA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...[/p][/quote]Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course![/p][/quote]No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.[/p][/quote]What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are.[/p][/quote]Grumpy, have a look at the study release this week. I've posted a few links above. It's hot off the press. Let me know if you have a problem with any of the big words. Here..try this one for free http://www.psycholog ytoday.com/blog/endi ng-addiction-good/20 1404/studies-show-lo ng-term-effects-cann abis-the-brain If you want any more..you know where to come[/p][/quote]Not bothered PageA but take a look at this guy who had a few alcoholic drinks. Same scenario. http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=yWfetF1jC O4 By the way PageA show me actual medical evidence please, not some ones thoughts on the subject. Did Armstrong land on the moon? Prove it![/p][/quote]I forgot what a fool you are for a minute, sorry for bothering you. Anyhow it makes interesting reading for anyone who is interested. Regards[/p][/quote]Yeh you bored me to sleep didn't even have the energy to copy and paste your links, seriously PageA you are getting as boring as SAC and her dog s**t recycling food feast. Bored.com GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: -2

10:47pm Wed 30 Apr 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...
Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course!
No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.
What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are.
This is your hypothesis not mine. You clearly don't understand me as you state and the reason is because you do not know me. No body, absolutely no one wants to develop cancer however they get through life's trials and tribulations. Culpepper's Herbal lists all the natural pharmaceutical plants and warns against the correct useage in an unbiased way. I can tell you are loosing the arguments, particularly when you start the personal attacks on reasonable commentators.
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Please excuse the typo it should have said ...at about the same time as the reported incident ...[/p][/quote]Makes me wonder if you made the call SAC, metaphorically speaking of course![/p][/quote]No, not at all my dear. But if the Police want a statement I'll consider it.[/p][/quote]What and waste, more police time wasted on your nonsensical, metaphorical, Olfactometry nonsense. You recently stated to me that you was receiving Chemotherapy, we all know what that is for. So you are against smoking, drinking and anything else that abuses the body. You also stated you "live a humble life" making jam, re-using peels for soup and the likes. I don't understand you, thee who gets struck down by the worse disease known to man who has never put them self in harms way, defends the thesis if you don't put yourself in harms way you will be ok!. Weed, canabis whatever you want to call it was given to us as a natural resource by the maker of this world as we know it. For a reason, I presume, but natural not man made as alcohol, cars, etc are.[/p][/quote]This is your hypothesis not mine. You clearly don't understand me as you state and the reason is because you do not know me. No body, absolutely no one wants to develop cancer however they get through life's trials and tribulations. Culpepper's Herbal lists all the natural pharmaceutical plants and warns against the correct useage in an unbiased way. I can tell you are loosing the arguments, particularly when you start the personal attacks on reasonable commentators. SAC_in_Warrington
  • Score: -1

11:32am Thu 1 May 14

The Maestro says...

SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity
I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.
Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.
[quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity[/p][/quote]I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.[/p][/quote]Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand. The Maestro
  • Score: 1

11:47am Thu 1 May 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity
I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.
Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.
My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.

Here is a reminder of the comment I started with:

The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge.

There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.
[quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity[/p][/quote]I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.[/p][/quote]Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.[/p][/quote]My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way. Here is a reminder of the comment I started with: The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge. There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway. SAC_in_Warrington
  • Score: -1

3:26pm Thu 1 May 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity
I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.
Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.
My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.

Here is a reminder of the comment I started with:

The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge.

There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.
Think you may have got The Meastro mixed up with myself in this comment SAC never did The Maestro say anything about being bored. You must have been down to Burtonwood Road Bridge sniffing the kids weed again!
[quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity[/p][/quote]I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.[/p][/quote]Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.[/p][/quote]My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way. Here is a reminder of the comment I started with: The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge. There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.[/p][/quote]Think you may have got The Meastro mixed up with myself in this comment SAC never did The Maestro say anything about being bored. You must have been down to Burtonwood Road Bridge sniffing the kids weed again! GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: -1

4:39pm Thu 1 May 14

The Maestro says...

SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.
Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.
Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity
I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.
Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.
My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.

Here is a reminder of the comment I started with:

The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge.

There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.
"There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way." How did I link blame? You seem to think there's a link not me, as do you link alcohol with all the worlds problems.
[quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity[/p][/quote]I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.[/p][/quote]Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.[/p][/quote]My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way. Here is a reminder of the comment I started with: The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge. There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.[/p][/quote]"There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way." How did I link blame? You seem to think there's a link not me, as do you link alcohol with all the worlds problems. The Maestro
  • Score: 0

5:04pm Thu 1 May 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidityI wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.

Here is a reminder of the comment I started with:

The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge.

There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway."There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.You certainly did cast blame on those youngsters by clearly stating in your very own words and I quote:

"Blame the local pot heads, that always works"
[quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity[/p][/quote]I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.[/p][/quote]Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.[/p][/quote]My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way. Here is a reminder of the comment I started with: The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge. There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.[/p][/quote]"There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.You certainly did cast blame on those youngsters by clearly stating in your very own words and I quote: "Blame the local pot heads, that always works" SAC_in_Warrington
  • Score: 0

5:38pm Thu 1 May 14

The Maestro says...

SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidityI wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.

Here is a reminder of the comment I started with:

The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge.

There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway."There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.You certainly did cast blame on those youngsters by clearly stating in your very own words and I quote:

"Blame the local pot heads, that always works"Can you quote the comment where I used the word pot head? I can't seem to find it or have you got me mixed up with someone else?
[quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity[/p][/quote]I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.[/p][/quote]Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.[/p][/quote]My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way. Here is a reminder of the comment I started with: The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge. There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.[/p][/quote]"There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.You certainly did cast blame on those youngsters by clearly stating in your very own words and I quote: "Blame the local pot heads, that always works"[/p][/quote]Can you quote the comment where I used the word pot head? I can't seem to find it or have you got me mixed up with someone else? The Maestro
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5:55pm Thu 1 May 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
SAC_in_Warrington wrote:
The Maestro wrote:
Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidityI wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.

Here is a reminder of the comment I started with:

The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge.

There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway."There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.You certainly did cast blame on those youngsters by clearly stating in your very own words and I quote:

"Blame the local pot heads, that always works"Can you quote the comment where I used the word pot head? I can't seem to find it or have you got me mixed up with someone else?My apologies it was grumpy parent who used those words and in doing so laying blame upon them.
[quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAC_in_Warrington[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Maestro[/bold] wrote: Why would someone smoking weed mean the trespass on the railway? If the bridge was mentioned as a location for a frenzied attack would that be because the kids gather nearby and par take in the devil nectar? Why is it you make a link between bad behaviour and drugs or alcohol, there's no mention of either in the article.[/p][/quote]Because the people I witnessed on one of my lovely scenic Warrington Walkabouts, were on land immediately adjacent to the said bridge at about the same as the reported incident; and they just happened to be skinning-up and smoking weed. It was as simple as that, as it was other commentators that over egged the pudding and milked it for all they could, metaphorically of course.[/p][/quote]Did you not think these people were committing a crime and to call the police? There's no evidence it was these youths so we can't link drugs to stupidity[/p][/quote]I wasn't linking illicit drugs to stupidity I didn't need to you as you have already done that young man.[/p][/quote]Young man? You have never met me to know how old I am, who I am, what I do for a living or what my past life was like. You are the one who said on your lovey walk you saw the youths smoking and it was possible linked, who I'm still to understand.[/p][/quote]My actual comment was just simply about an observation of mine specifically related the the main WG article and you have linked blame, condemned them as pot heads at least, created your own hypothesis about this situation and comment endlessly about being bored with the subject comments from other people. There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way. Here is a reminder of the comment I started with: The location and local name for this said bridge is Burtonwood Road Bridge. There is a clearing in the wood where Weed smoking 16-18 year olds gather and as a result there may be problems with them trespassing on the Railway.[/p][/quote]"There may be a link to the older teenagers and the trespass on the railway but you won't know either way.You certainly did cast blame on those youngsters by clearly stating in your very own words and I quote: "Blame the local pot heads, that always works"[/p][/quote]Can you quote the comment where I used the word pot head? I can't seem to find it or have you got me mixed up with someone else?[/p][/quote]My apologies it was grumpy parent who used those words and in doing so laying blame upon them. SAC_in_Warrington
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10:21am Fri 2 May 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

The penny drops SAC I did tell you that you had your posters mixed up!!
The penny drops SAC I did tell you that you had your posters mixed up!! GRUMPY PARENT
  • Score: -1

2:05pm Fri 2 May 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
The penny drops SAC I did tell you that you had your posters mixed up!!
You seemed to have forgotten then that the comments were about the alleged trespasser in the railway under Burtonwood Road bridge. I'll will just accept it as part of your apparent Attention Deficit Disorder.
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: The penny drops SAC I did tell you that you had your posters mixed up!![/p][/quote]You seemed to have forgotten then that the comments were about the alleged trespasser in the railway under Burtonwood Road bridge. I'll will just accept it as part of your apparent Attention Deficit Disorder. SAC_in_Warrington
  • Score: 2

7:22pm Fri 2 May 14

toodlepip1 says...

Can you all please stop copying and pasting the comments from the previous statements, its really getting on my nerves!!
Can you all please stop copying and pasting the comments from the previous statements, its really getting on my nerves!! toodlepip1
  • Score: 0

8:02pm Fri 2 May 14

SAC_in_Warrington says...

toodlepip1 wrote:
Can you all please stop copying and pasting the comments from the previous statements, its really getting on my nerves!!
It wouldn't make sense otherwise particularly if one comments on an others comment and quote it. like this one.
[quote][p][bold]toodlepip1[/bold] wrote: Can you all please stop copying and pasting the comments from the previous statements, its really getting on my nerves!![/p][/quote]It wouldn't make sense otherwise particularly if one comments on an others comment and quote it. like this one. SAC_in_Warrington
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