Blackburn road to be fixed for Queen's visit

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DARWEN Street will be resurfaced by the time the Queen makes her visit to Blackburn Cathedral just before Easter.

The work, starting on March 31, brings the council’s £17.5 million four-year scheme to tackle potholes and upgrade the condition of borough roads to the centre of the town.

The street, between the Cathedral and Radio Lancashire to the traffic lights at St Peter Street, will close during the week-long works between 7pm and 2am.

There will be disruption to bus services and nearby residents have been advised to keep windows closed.

A diversion will be in place, with St Peter Street reversed to allow traffic to access businesses. The work, which involves lifting the stone setts, will be complete before the Queen comes to deliver her traditional Easter cash gifts to pensioners on Maundy Thursday — April 17.

Dean of Blackburn Christopher Armstrong said: “The road surface needs improving and it will be nice it will done before the Queen visits.”

Borough highways chief Jim Smith said “Darwen Street is one of the main routes in the town centre and the repairs are necessary. The works will be carried out overnight to keep disruption to a minimum.

“Rather than do the repairs in the run-up to Christmas, we temporarily covered the setts and are carrying out the work at the end of March.

“It is a bonus that the work will be completed in time for the historic visit to the Cathedral by the Queen.”

The scheme is part of the ‘Network Recovery Programme’, currently on schedule with work completed in Barbara Castle Way and Stancliffe Street.

Projects due to start soon include Stopes Brow, Whalley Range, Whalley Old Road, Granville Street and Aqueduct Street.

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9:51am Thu 20 Mar 14

M.DANNY says...

I heard The Queen is making her way from Audley Range Copy Nook and Eanam so can the BwD council make sure that Audley Range from Accrington Road to Bennington Street and Copy Nook ,Botomgate to Further gate which are one of the busiest roads in Blackburn will be resurfaced in time for Queen's visit. The Queen is inspecting the roads around the town cause she was told by the Beetles of 4000 holes in Blackburn Lancashire.
I heard The Queen is making her way from Audley Range Copy Nook and Eanam so can the BwD council make sure that Audley Range from Accrington Road to Bennington Street and Copy Nook ,Botomgate to Further gate which are one of the busiest roads in Blackburn will be resurfaced in time for Queen's visit. The Queen is inspecting the roads around the town cause she was told by the Beetles of 4000 holes in Blackburn Lancashire. M.DANNY
  • Score: 22

10:42am Thu 20 Mar 14

woolywords says...

M.DANNY wrote:
I heard The Queen is making her way from Audley Range Copy Nook and Eanam so can the BwD council make sure that Audley Range from Accrington Road to Bennington Street and Copy Nook ,Botomgate to Further gate which are one of the busiest roads in Blackburn will be resurfaced in time for Queen's visit. The Queen is inspecting the roads around the town cause she was told by the Beetles of 4000 holes in Blackburn Lancashire.
Well, I heard that..
They are coming by Royal train, arriving at Platform 1 and then going to the cafe on the Boulevard, for a bacon butty and a cuppa, before going on to the Cathedral, by taxi..
[quote][p][bold]M.DANNY[/bold] wrote: I heard The Queen is making her way from Audley Range Copy Nook and Eanam so can the BwD council make sure that Audley Range from Accrington Road to Bennington Street and Copy Nook ,Botomgate to Further gate which are one of the busiest roads in Blackburn will be resurfaced in time for Queen's visit. The Queen is inspecting the roads around the town cause she was told by the Beetles of 4000 holes in Blackburn Lancashire.[/p][/quote]Well, I heard that.. They are coming by Royal train, arriving at Platform 1 and then going to the cafe on the Boulevard, for a bacon butty and a cuppa, before going on to the Cathedral, by taxi.. woolywords
  • Score: 8

10:49am Thu 20 Mar 14

burner says...

I heard it was Weatherspoons.
I heard it was Weatherspoons. burner
  • Score: 9

1:30pm Thu 20 Mar 14

phil kernot says...

The council is a disgrace for letting the roads get like this ,,, then thay have a cheek to put a big sign up saying at the bottom of montegue st , we're fixing your roads , so what we've paid years of road tax , wondered why outside capitas offices is being resurfaced too ,,, it's a fact that high band council tax areas get priorety on road repairs ,,,
The council is a disgrace for letting the roads get like this ,,, then thay have a cheek to put a big sign up saying at the bottom of montegue st , we're fixing your roads , so what we've paid years of road tax , wondered why outside capitas offices is being resurfaced too ,,, it's a fact that high band council tax areas get priorety on road repairs ,,, phil kernot
  • Score: 2

1:45pm Thu 20 Mar 14

woolywords says...

burner wrote:
I heard it was Weatherspoons.
No, No..That's after the service at the Cathedral.
As Phillip, a Greek by birth and a bit partial to a drink, doesn't like the Turkish style kebabs on Darwen St.
Plus HRH, The Queen won't eat any meat feast pizza, if she can't get any Reggae-Reggae sauce to go with it.
And, because of his family roots in the Holstein region (he's called Schleswig-Holstein-S
onderburg-Glucksburg really but changed it to Windsor, so as to get it on a credit card), will be having a bottle of Pils with his luncheon.

I think it's Curry Club, on Thursdays.
[quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: I heard it was Weatherspoons.[/p][/quote]No, No..That's after the service at the Cathedral. As Phillip, a Greek by birth and a bit partial to a drink, doesn't like the Turkish style kebabs on Darwen St. Plus HRH, The Queen won't eat any meat feast pizza, if she can't get any Reggae-Reggae sauce to go with it. And, because of his family roots in the Holstein region (he's called Schleswig-Holstein-S onderburg-Glucksburg really but changed it to Windsor, so as to get it on a credit card), will be having a bottle of Pils with his luncheon. I think it's Curry Club, on Thursdays. woolywords
  • Score: -1

2:14pm Thu 20 Mar 14

burner says...

. . " Blackburn MP takes part in shoot-out " . . . . headline from further down !!!
. . " Blackburn MP takes part in shoot-out " . . . . headline from further down !!! burner
  • Score: -3

4:11pm Thu 20 Mar 14

anonymous11111 says...

why can't she drive on crappy back breaking roads like we have too??
why can't she drive on crappy back breaking roads like we have too?? anonymous11111
  • Score: 17

5:32pm Thu 20 Mar 14

Noiticer says...

There's still a forlorn stretch of bunting hanging from a lampost outside Morrisons since her last visit. Perhaps she will also enjoy Blackburn's on-going litter festival which features on railway embankments especially in Mill Hill, along raodside verges and open spaces in many parts of the town as well as several gardens in the Skew Bridge area. I hope she doesn't leave a s depressed by and despairing of the town as many do.
There's still a forlorn stretch of bunting hanging from a lampost outside Morrisons since her last visit. Perhaps she will also enjoy Blackburn's on-going litter festival which features on railway embankments especially in Mill Hill, along raodside verges and open spaces in many parts of the town as well as several gardens in the Skew Bridge area. I hope she doesn't leave a s depressed by and despairing of the town as many do. Noiticer
  • Score: 11

5:48pm Thu 20 Mar 14

god Im bored says...

Why not take her on a "real tour of Blackburn" & show her what a real mess this down has become, that her ministers & council have presided over?
Then again, she will probably be introduced to the great & the good of the town, (not many of those) & she will be told that this is Jack Straw who will be either Knighted, or made a Lord once her retires from being an MP at the next election.
I bet there is not much parking that I have to contend with on her route through my town!
Bitter?, not really, I just wish I had left years ago!
Why not take her on a "real tour of Blackburn" & show her what a real mess this down has become, that her ministers & council have presided over? Then again, she will probably be introduced to the great & the good of the town, (not many of those) & she will be told that this is Jack Straw who will be either Knighted, or made a Lord once her retires from being an MP at the next election. I bet there is not much parking that I have to contend with on her route through my town! Bitter?, not really, I just wish I had left years ago! god Im bored
  • Score: 17

5:53pm Thu 20 Mar 14

Benpupdog says...

Yeh she could also meet the right honourable Lord Parel.
Yeh she could also meet the right honourable Lord Parel. Benpupdog
  • Score: 3

6:55pm Thu 20 Mar 14

ikap22 says...

I heard she might be buying a house in Blackburn.
I heard she might be buying a house in Blackburn. ikap22
  • Score: -2

7:11pm Thu 20 Mar 14

East_lancs_lad says...

Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen.

As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions.

She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley.

Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions.

At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English
Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen. As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions. She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley. Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions. At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English East_lancs_lad
  • Score: 3

7:23pm Thu 20 Mar 14

BIGGLESTOE says...

East_lancs_lad wrote:
Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen.

As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions.

She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley.

Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions.

At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English
Whoo, you are awful!
[quote][p][bold]East_lancs_lad[/bold] wrote: Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen. As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions. She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley. Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions. At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English[/p][/quote]Whoo, you are awful! BIGGLESTOE
  • Score: 4

7:52pm Thu 20 Mar 14

ikap22 says...

BIGGLESTOE wrote:
East_lancs_lad wrote:
Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen.

As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions.

She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley.

Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions.

At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English
Whoo, you are awful!
Racist.
[quote][p][bold]BIGGLESTOE[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]East_lancs_lad[/bold] wrote: Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen. As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions. She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley. Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions. At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English[/p][/quote]Whoo, you are awful![/p][/quote]Racist. ikap22
  • Score: -11

8:06pm Thu 20 Mar 14

East_lancs_lad says...

ikap22 wrote:
BIGGLESTOE wrote:
East_lancs_lad wrote:
Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen.

As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions.

She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley.

Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions.

At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English
Whoo, you are awful!
Racist.
Please explain why the comments are racist, that is a very strong word to use.
[quote][p][bold]ikap22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BIGGLESTOE[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]East_lancs_lad[/bold] wrote: Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen. As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions. She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley. Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions. At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English[/p][/quote]Whoo, you are awful![/p][/quote]Racist.[/p][/quote]Please explain why the comments are racist, that is a very strong word to use. East_lancs_lad
  • Score: 6

8:55pm Thu 20 Mar 14

sallycinamon says...

East_lancs_lad wrote:
ikap22 wrote:
BIGGLESTOE wrote:
East_lancs_lad wrote:
Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen.

As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions.

She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley.

Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions.

At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English
Whoo, you are awful!
Racist.
Please explain why the comments are racist, that is a very strong word to use.
Village idiot then?
[quote][p][bold]East_lancs_lad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ikap22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BIGGLESTOE[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]East_lancs_lad[/bold] wrote: Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen. As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions. She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley. Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions. At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English[/p][/quote]Whoo, you are awful![/p][/quote]Racist.[/p][/quote]Please explain why the comments are racist, that is a very strong word to use.[/p][/quote]Village idiot then? sallycinamon
  • Score: -10

9:35pm Thu 20 Mar 14

soap opera says...

how do i get a ticket to get the Maundy money. and will any of them receiving it be from Blackburn or just someone who knows someone who can get them on the list
how do i get a ticket to get the Maundy money. and will any of them receiving it be from Blackburn or just someone who knows someone who can get them on the list soap opera
  • Score: 0

9:47pm Thu 20 Mar 14

Anal Revenge says...

The word 'racism' is like ketchup. It can be put on practically anything - and demanding evidence makes you a 'racist.'
The word 'racism' is like ketchup. It can be put on practically anything - and demanding evidence makes you a 'racist.' Anal Revenge
  • Score: 8

12:03am Fri 21 Mar 14

Saj143 says...

East_lancs_lad wrote:
Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen.

As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions.

She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley.

Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions.

At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English
...or even take her around Shad and see how the other half live , obviously make sure she has her shots before she visits and a translator in tow.

Or even around rubbish strewn Mill Hill.

Dare she venture into the Ribble Valley , backs against the wall Ma'am !
[quote][p][bold]East_lancs_lad[/bold] wrote: Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen. As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions. She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley. Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions. At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English[/p][/quote]...or even take her around Shad and see how the other half live , obviously make sure she has her shots before she visits and a translator in tow. Or even around rubbish strewn Mill Hill. Dare she venture into the Ribble Valley , backs against the wall Ma'am ! Saj143
  • Score: -3

12:53am Fri 21 Mar 14

izzitbecaseeamblack says...

East_lancs_lad wrote:
Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen.

As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions.

She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley.

Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions.

At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English
RACIST
Low life
[quote][p][bold]East_lancs_lad[/bold] wrote: Now then you reprobates this is our monarch you are talking about, show some respect God Save The Queen. As she progresses through the borough she will see our new species of vegetable gleaming brightly above the roof tops our very own home grown onions. She may feel slightly embarresed thinking that she is in the wrong country whilst passing through the slum districts of Audley. Glad she's not coming on a Friday as the roads in Blackburn are not accessible due to double parked cars taking all the spaces whilst their occupants admire the onions. At least there is one thing she may get introduced to one of the local teachers that was found guilty for assaulting one of his school pupils at least the Queen may be able to teach his wife to speak English[/p][/quote]RACIST Low life izzitbecaseeamblack
  • Score: -4

3:44am Fri 21 Mar 14

ikap22 says...

Anal Revenge wrote:
The word 'racism' is like ketchup. It can be put on practically anything - and demanding evidence makes you a 'racist.'
Anal Revenge, you spending far to much time with East Lancs Lad.
[quote][p][bold]Anal Revenge[/bold] wrote: The word 'racism' is like ketchup. It can be put on practically anything - and demanding evidence makes you a 'racist.'[/p][/quote]Anal Revenge, you spending far to much time with East Lancs Lad. ikap22
  • Score: -1

8:23am Fri 21 Mar 14

greenscreener says...

The monarch she may be, but she's also one of the people, she'll feel quite at home here. She's lived on the state all her life, married a foreigner, raised a brood of kids who have failed marriages, and I bet she doesn't pick up her own dogs poo either !
The monarch she may be, but she's also one of the people, she'll feel quite at home here. She's lived on the state all her life, married a foreigner, raised a brood of kids who have failed marriages, and I bet she doesn't pick up her own dogs poo either ! greenscreener
  • Score: 7

10:44am Fri 21 Mar 14

Saj143 says...

greenscreener wrote:
The monarch she may be, but she's also one of the people, she'll feel quite at home here. She's lived on the state all her life, married a foreigner, raised a brood of kids who have failed marriages, and I bet she doesn't pick up her own dogs poo either !
Superb !
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: The monarch she may be, but she's also one of the people, she'll feel quite at home here. She's lived on the state all her life, married a foreigner, raised a brood of kids who have failed marriages, and I bet she doesn't pick up her own dogs poo either ![/p][/quote]Superb ! Saj143
  • Score: 2

11:51pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Steven11 says...

ikap22 wrote:
I heard she might be buying a house in Blackburn.
Where possibly a terraced in Blackburn , on the dark side ?
[quote][p][bold]ikap22[/bold] wrote: I heard she might be buying a house in Blackburn.[/p][/quote]Where possibly a terraced in Blackburn , on the dark side ? Steven11
  • Score: 1

12:01am Sat 22 Mar 14

Steven11 says...

woolywords wrote:
burner wrote:
I heard it was Weatherspoons.
No, No..That's after the service at the Cathedral.
As Phillip, a Greek by birth and a bit partial to a drink, doesn't like the Turkish style kebabs on Darwen St.
Plus HRH, The Queen won't eat any meat feast pizza, if she can't get any Reggae-Reggae sauce to go with it.
And, because of his family roots in the Holstein region (he's called Schleswig-Holstein-S

onderburg-Glucksburg really but changed it to Windsor, so as to get it on a credit card), will be having a bottle of Pils with his luncheon.

I think it's Curry Club, on Thursdays.
So , I take your comment , you are white , English , not a councillor , not claiming benefits , paying your taxes , your car is taxed and insured , and not wearing white robes and sandals , then I accept your comments !
[quote][p][bold]woolywords[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: I heard it was Weatherspoons.[/p][/quote]No, No..That's after the service at the Cathedral. As Phillip, a Greek by birth and a bit partial to a drink, doesn't like the Turkish style kebabs on Darwen St. Plus HRH, The Queen won't eat any meat feast pizza, if she can't get any Reggae-Reggae sauce to go with it. And, because of his family roots in the Holstein region (he's called Schleswig-Holstein-S onderburg-Glucksburg really but changed it to Windsor, so as to get it on a credit card), will be having a bottle of Pils with his luncheon. I think it's Curry Club, on Thursdays.[/p][/quote]So , I take your comment , you are white , English , not a councillor , not claiming benefits , paying your taxes , your car is taxed and insured , and not wearing white robes and sandals , then I accept your comments ! Steven11
  • Score: 2

12:14am Sat 22 Mar 14

Steven11 says...

greenscreener wrote:
The monarch she may be, but she's also one of the people, she'll feel quite at home here. She's lived on the state all her life, married a foreigner, raised a brood of kids who have failed marriages, and I bet she doesn't pick up her own dogs poo either !
We're you born in this country , or just here for your free handouts , **** .
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: The monarch she may be, but she's also one of the people, she'll feel quite at home here. She's lived on the state all her life, married a foreigner, raised a brood of kids who have failed marriages, and I bet she doesn't pick up her own dogs poo either ![/p][/quote]We're you born in this country , or just here for your free handouts , **** . Steven11
  • Score: 1

8:59am Sat 22 Mar 14

greenscreener says...

Steven11 wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
The monarch she may be, but she's also one of the people, she'll feel quite at home here. She's lived on the state all her life, married a foreigner, raised a brood of kids who have failed marriages, and I bet she doesn't pick up her own dogs poo either !
We're you born in this country , or just here for your free handouts , **** .
Not only born here but unlike you, well educated here, and blessed with a sense of humour. Jog on, numb nuts.
[quote][p][bold]Steven11[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: The monarch she may be, but she's also one of the people, she'll feel quite at home here. She's lived on the state all her life, married a foreigner, raised a brood of kids who have failed marriages, and I bet she doesn't pick up her own dogs poo either ![/p][/quote]We're you born in this country , or just here for your free handouts , **** .[/p][/quote]Not only born here but unlike you, well educated here, and blessed with a sense of humour. Jog on, numb nuts. greenscreener
  • Score: 0

6:46pm Sat 22 Mar 14

M.DANNY says...

Steven11 wrote:
woolywords wrote:
burner wrote:
I heard it was Weatherspoons.
No, No..That's after the service at the Cathedral.
As Phillip, a Greek by birth and a bit partial to a drink, doesn't like the Turkish style kebabs on Darwen St.
Plus HRH, The Queen won't eat any meat feast pizza, if she can't get any Reggae-Reggae sauce to go with it.
And, because of his family roots in the Holstein region (he's called Schleswig-Holstein-S


onderburg-Glucksburg really but changed it to Windsor, so as to get it on a credit card), will be having a bottle of Pils with his luncheon.

I think it's Curry Club, on Thursdays.
So , I take your comment , you are white , English , not a councillor , not claiming benefits , paying your taxes , your car is taxed and insured , and not wearing white robes and sandals , then I accept your comments !
White Robes and sandals that was Jesus ? Muhammad ? Moses ?
Abraham ? they were all Arabs wearing robes and sandals ?
[quote][p][bold]Steven11[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]woolywords[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: I heard it was Weatherspoons.[/p][/quote]No, No..That's after the service at the Cathedral. As Phillip, a Greek by birth and a bit partial to a drink, doesn't like the Turkish style kebabs on Darwen St. Plus HRH, The Queen won't eat any meat feast pizza, if she can't get any Reggae-Reggae sauce to go with it. And, because of his family roots in the Holstein region (he's called Schleswig-Holstein-S onderburg-Glucksburg really but changed it to Windsor, so as to get it on a credit card), will be having a bottle of Pils with his luncheon. I think it's Curry Club, on Thursdays.[/p][/quote]So , I take your comment , you are white , English , not a councillor , not claiming benefits , paying your taxes , your car is taxed and insured , and not wearing white robes and sandals , then I accept your comments ![/p][/quote]White Robes and sandals that was Jesus ? Muhammad ? Moses ? Abraham ? they were all Arabs wearing robes and sandals ? M.DANNY
  • Score: -3

11:55pm Sat 22 Mar 14

Steven11 says...

greenscreener wrote:
Steven11 wrote:
greenscreener wrote:
The monarch she may be, but she's also one of the people, she'll feel quite at home here. She's lived on the state all her life, married a foreigner, raised a brood of kids who have failed marriages, and I bet she doesn't pick up her own dogs poo either !
We're you born in this country , or just here for your free handouts , **** .
Not only born here but unlike you, well educated here, and blessed with a sense of humour. Jog on, numb nuts.
So well educated in this country , you couldent answer a simple question .
[quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven11[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]greenscreener[/bold] wrote: The monarch she may be, but she's also one of the people, she'll feel quite at home here. She's lived on the state all her life, married a foreigner, raised a brood of kids who have failed marriages, and I bet she doesn't pick up her own dogs poo either ![/p][/quote]We're you born in this country , or just here for your free handouts , **** .[/p][/quote]Not only born here but unlike you, well educated here, and blessed with a sense of humour. Jog on, numb nuts.[/p][/quote]So well educated in this country , you couldent answer a simple question . Steven11
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12:02am Sun 23 Mar 14

Steven11 says...

M.DANNY wrote:
Steven11 wrote:
woolywords wrote:
burner wrote:
I heard it was Weatherspoons.
No, No..That's after the service at the Cathedral.
As Phillip, a Greek by birth and a bit partial to a drink, doesn't like the Turkish style kebabs on Darwen St.
Plus HRH, The Queen won't eat any meat feast pizza, if she can't get any Reggae-Reggae sauce to go with it.
And, because of his family roots in the Holstein region (he's called Schleswig-Holstein-S



onderburg-Glucksburg really but changed it to Windsor, so as to get it on a credit card), will be having a bottle of Pils with his luncheon.

I think it's Curry Club, on Thursdays.
So , I take your comment , you are white , English , not a councillor , not claiming benefits , paying your taxes , your car is taxed and insured , and not wearing white robes and sandals , then I accept your comments !
White Robes and sandals that was Jesus ? Muhammad ? Moses ?
Abraham ? they were all Arabs wearing robes and sandals ?
Hi , Danny . Just look around Blackburn , to see the sandalled wearing , robed , with silly green towels on their heads , and wonder what bloody country you are actually in .
[quote][p][bold]M.DANNY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven11[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]woolywords[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: I heard it was Weatherspoons.[/p][/quote]No, No..That's after the service at the Cathedral. As Phillip, a Greek by birth and a bit partial to a drink, doesn't like the Turkish style kebabs on Darwen St. Plus HRH, The Queen won't eat any meat feast pizza, if she can't get any Reggae-Reggae sauce to go with it. And, because of his family roots in the Holstein region (he's called Schleswig-Holstein-S onderburg-Glucksburg really but changed it to Windsor, so as to get it on a credit card), will be having a bottle of Pils with his luncheon. I think it's Curry Club, on Thursdays.[/p][/quote]So , I take your comment , you are white , English , not a councillor , not claiming benefits , paying your taxes , your car is taxed and insured , and not wearing white robes and sandals , then I accept your comments ![/p][/quote]White Robes and sandals that was Jesus ? Muhammad ? Moses ? Abraham ? they were all Arabs wearing robes and sandals ?[/p][/quote]Hi , Danny . Just look around Blackburn , to see the sandalled wearing , robed , with silly green towels on their heads , and wonder what bloody country you are actually in . Steven11
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8:15pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Plodder laner says...

That road has been waiting repair for ages, they did work months ago, in the night, another LT attempt to gee up a non story
That road has been waiting repair for ages, they did work months ago, in the night, another LT attempt to gee up a non story Plodder laner
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