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Local Issues and Matters / Re: The Great Wall of Hartlepool.
« Last post by Inspector Knacker on March 17, 2019, 11: PM »
The wall was there for a reason, no doubt a flyover without walls on the side look nicer too, but that’s not the point.
A great fuss was made at the time the wall was erected after problems with people trying to cross the dual carriageway. It looks like it did it’s job.
From an aesthetic viewpoint it looks like they’re trying to recreate that windswept look they achieved in Church Street.
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: The Great Wall of Hartlepool.
« Last post by Mr H on March 17, 2019, 09: PM »
I drove that road today past the college for the first time in months, I actually think it looks a lot nicer without the wall
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: The Great Wall of Hartlepool.
« Last post by pieface on March 17, 2019, 08: PM »
Perhaps they over ordered the block paving when they did Church Street and there was no room in the mythical warehouse to store the excess ,it being full of carpets,the old shopping centre clock and half the contents of the old museum,so they needed a new project to use them up on.
Been using some of them or buying more also on the king oswy drive shops revamp project by the looks of it. Way overpriced brand used. Covered in gum and big belly expensive bins already.
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: The Great Wall of Hartlepool.
« Last post by Inspector Knacker on March 17, 2019, 07: PM »
From recent glamour shots of our leaders, the background leads me to believe the civic walls are stuffed with art that was intended for public viewing.
I doubt they’d know what ‘art’ is.
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: The Great Wall of Hartlepool.
« Last post by Land Phil on March 17, 2019, 06: PM »
From recent glamour shots of our leaders, the background leads me to believe the civic walls are stuffed with art that was intended for public viewing.
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: The Great Wall of Hartlepool.
« Last post by Lucy Lass-Tick on March 17, 2019, 06: PM »
The mythical warehouse? More like the Tardis.
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: Mike Hill, Hartlepool’s MP
« Last post by mk1 on March 17, 2019, 04: PM »
This woman's comment sums up the problem with current  Brexit 'debate' :
https://youtu.be/MtZJe1r3zr0?t=3398


Note that while she was talking about people not listening to the other side one of the Brexit loonies tried to interrupt her.

Its a cult now. Common sense has gone out the window and its a simple dick-measuring competition.

As someone who has lived through dozens of elections I look forward to this new Nirvana where true democracy rules, the elite are curbed and the rights of the common people respected and promoted. I have heard it promised at every election and it never ever came about. I hope those who dream fondly of blue passports, the Empire and straight bananas don't expire in their rapture when (if?) liberation day arrives.

Reminds me of the slanging match at Hartlepool where we showed the country we was real men by audience members 'offering each other out' live on national television.  This Youtube clip has had the threats removed..

https://youtu.be/qpCUGEkctK0?t=1896


Argh......Jim lad.....

https://youtu.be/qpCUGEkctK0?t=2731

Anyone know the woman?

https://youtu.be/qpCUGEkctK0?t=432

Or this ginger?

https://youtu.be/qpCUGEkctK0?t=702
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: ofca closure
« Last post by jawsbbc on March 17, 2019, 03: PM »
I suppose that by the time HBC take action it will be stripped of any assets.

I suggest that anybody who sees any removal of assists take photos/videos and call the police.
they are down there again this morning  cranneys mrs has told residents that all that belonged to ofca will be given to other charities ?? wonder which ones?  they could not see what had/is being removed  pics taken
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: Nuclear storage facility.
« Last post by Inspector Knacker on March 17, 2019, 02: PM »
 Is it true the Brains Trust are busy buying up redundant narrowboats and storing them in the mythical warehouse next to the carpets ? Then if/when the nuclear waste comes here they can fill the boats with it and sink the boats in Ward Jackson, Rossmere ponds and the marina..... oh and the paddling pool on the headland.

DISCLAIMER..... REFERENCE TO FILLING NARROWBOATS WITH NUCLEAR WASTE AND SCUTTLING THEM IS A JOKE/MICK TAKE.
THIS DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A VIABLE PLAN OR BLUEPRINT FOR THE DISPOSAL OF NUCLEAR WASTE WITHIN THE BOROUGH. ANY PERSON OR PERSONS SO DUMB/ BEFUDDLED TO THINK THAT SUCH A LUDICROUS SOLUTION IS VIABLE, CAN SAFELY BE DESCRIBED IN LEGAL TERMS AS NOT A FULL SHILLING.
HOPE THAT HELPS! ;D
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: The Great Wall of Hartlepool.
« Last post by Inspector Knacker on March 17, 2019, 01: PM »
Perhaps they over ordered the block paving when they did Church Street and there was no room in the mythical warehouse to store the excess ,it being full of carpets,the old shopping centre clock and half the contents of the old museum,so they needed a new project to use them up on.
I bet that mythical warehouse is the size of the one on Indiana Jones
I did notice the central reservation has been block paved but they kept the old kerbs in place.
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