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Old 30 July 2006, 16:20   #11
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There was a time when you could deal with such things yourself. Of course now the Nanny State and Mr Blair with his 3000 new laws every year is in charge all these problems have been solved!!!
Exactly the problem, they seem to be the protected ones! <shock>
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Old 30 July 2006, 16:28   #12
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Too right - if you can't beat em join them!!!
Thats why they do it. Your just encouraging them.
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Old 30 July 2006, 16:56   #13
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The only person its harming is them so why bother making a fuss .. just laugh and let them get on with it! Cos thats chavs 4 ya
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Old 30 July 2006, 17:47   #14
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Thats why they do it. Your just encouraging them.
Nah they would soon go - a farmer friend was having some real trouble with scramblers wrecking his fields on the weekends and making loads of noise - so I turned up in my Landie a few times - they didn't like it much when I started driving sideways around "their" course - especially as I was beating them as the mud was so thick. After a few near misses they never came back. He was going to plough the fields anyway!!!
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Old 30 July 2006, 17:49   #15
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it would have been easier and safer for all concerned if he had just got his muck spreader out and given the fields a good dose of slurry.
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Old 30 July 2006, 17:54   #16
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it would have been easier and safer for all concerned if he had just got his muck spreader out and given the fields a good dose of slurry.
Would love to have seen that!!! I remember one farmer doing that to his local townhall in some dispute or other - classic.
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The only person its harming is them so why bother making a fuss .. just laugh and let them get on with it! Cos thats chavs 4 ya
"Whatever"
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Old 30 July 2006, 19:02   #18
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especially as I was beating them as the mud was so thick.
Yeah right, and I've got an 18" dick!

I take it these 'scramblers' were like the one in your vid, spinning the merry-go.

I think you're letting your imagination get the better of you again Codders.
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Old 30 July 2006, 22:01   #19
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Yeah right, and I've got an 18" dick!

I take it these 'scramblers' were like the one in your vid, spinning the merry-go.

I think you're letting your imagination get the better of you again Codders.
I can assure you in REALLY deep mud and water my Landie was leaving them!!! My new mud pluggers helped a lot - throwing mud 20' into the air - awesome!!!
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... REALLY deep mud and water .......
And you say this is a field that your ‘farmer mate’ is going to plough
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