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Then Fazersharp, you go on to suggest that the Asian community as a whole is a problem, that only Asians should be in lockdown, because apparently in your view they are “cockroaches”
Yes you are right its only the areas with an outbreak that to be locked down, what's wrong with that, it's a perfectly reasonable scientific approach.
And as you know the cockroaches was an eye witness description of how the ilegal immigrants/ Visa overstayers ran out the back when the cops went in the front of the factory.






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So now we can expect the entire country to be littered with discarded face masks.
yeh , a few weeks ago I was already seeing discarded blue gloves.

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Face coverings mandated in shops from the 24th. Why the foc don't they do it from today? They say its so people can prepare but how long does it take to grab a scarf or something to cover your face, you don't need to go and buy surgical masks for foc sake.
I thought the same but then came to the conclusion it was to give people time but then again as you say how long does it take to grab a scarf or something to cover your face.
Does this mean the end of "please remove your helmet" in the petrol station. Or will we have to remove our helmets and then put on a mask  :rolleyes - or can I put a mask on over my helmet  :lol

Haha well I would argue that a full face helmet can be classed as a face covering.... so might have to wear that to Tesco 🤣
Im gonna try it in the bank

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Face coverings mandated in shops from the 24th. Why the foc don't they do it from today? They say its so people can prepare but how long does it take to grab a scarf or something to cover your face, you don't need to go and buy surgical masks for foc sake.
I thought the same but then came to the conclusion it was to give people time but then again as you say how long does it take to grab a scarf or something to cover your face.
Does this mean the end of "please remove your helmet" in the petrol station. Or will we have to remove our helmets and then put on a mask  :rolleyes - or can I put a mask on over my helmet  :lol   

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Anyone who dares to hold an opinion that differs with their far left view of the world is instantly vilified and verbally beaten into submission :\ .
No submission by me but I thought wank had been over triggered and seemed to of got his little tartan knickers in a bit of a twist, thought it best to leave him to untangle them from his sporran. 

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General / Re: winter maintence ,what you got planned ?
« on: 13 July 2020, 06:34:12 PM »
got the O ring on saturday, good service from FOWLERS  :thumbup ...i struggled a bit when i removed the oil/waterpump last time so i had a damn good clear up in the garage, chucked a lot of stuff out and made a bit more room to make the job a little easier...just need the motivation now to get out there and make a start.....lunchtime now though  :rolleyes
Why have you got a weather balloon in your garage, or is it actually a crashed and recovered UFO  :lol

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General / Re: COVID-19 AKA Coronavirus - A sense of proportion...
« on: 13 July 2020, 01:54:04 PM »
Rather than playing the race card, calling Asians cockroaches (which is racist) and suggesting that people be locked down according to skin colour (which is racist), why are you not asking the obvious question, why is the Johnson government not acting on known exploitative employment issues and human rights issues in Leicestershire?
Gareth the only one shit stirring is you but it wont work on me.
Ok I am asking the question why is the Johnson government not acting on known exploitative employment issues and human rights issues in Leicestershire?

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General / Re: This is NOT an attempt to start a discussion...
« on: 13 July 2020, 12:45:33 PM »

Now that Sir Keir Starmer leads Labour, their leader is, according to Fazersharp the wrong man,   
 
Wrong I think Keir is the first Labour Leader in years to have any chance of beating the Conservatives.

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General / Re: This is NOT an attempt to start a discussion...
« on: 13 July 2020, 12:43:03 PM »
Yeah, I remember Fazersharp banging on and on about Sir Winston Churchill, Baron Alec Douglas Home and all the others.  :)
No wrong facts - I have never mentioned any of those people ---- go search.

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General / Re: COVID-19 AKA Coronavirus - A sense of proportion...
« on: 13 July 2020, 12:39:04 PM »
These are the facts on the ground in Leicester and I am getting the info first hand from an eye witness who has seen at least one of the raids take place. So yes I was wrong to suggest that of all the factories that were raided the visa over-stayers scattered like cockroaches, perhaps in the other raided factories they formed an orderly queue and filed out neatly and then stood outside patiently waiting to be arrested. 
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and instead concentrate on one ethnic group.
I'm sorry you do not like the facts but that is the case in Leicester, there are areas in Leicester that are 90-99% Asian - this is whenever you hear "East Leicester". It is well known that these are Asian areas and these are also the areas of the outbreak. Whatever the reason for it - be it language, poverty, "visa over-stayers" that is the fact and its not my fault you don't like it.
You are actually part of the problem because by denying the fact of where the outbreak has happened and trying to silence any voice pointing out the bleedin obvious you are denying the community involved proper targeted help.Here is a link to an Asian news agency based in Leicester.   https://www.pukaarnews.com/exploited-worker-shares-experience-in-leicester-factory/20745/  they are quite open about it. If only the lefty champagne socialist started to accept it too then we could begin to target and help the communities involved . 

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General / Re: This is NOT an attempt to start a discussion...
« on: 12 July 2020, 11:58:02 PM »
'peer of the realm'?
What the foc are you on about?
I cannot believe you are so stupid you did not know what a peer of the realm was. Or you are just in denial that you dumped 4 women and a black man in favour of the only white man on offer ~ a member of the aristocracy no less.





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General / Re: COVID-19 AKA Coronavirus - A sense of proportion...
« on: 12 July 2020, 11:48:30 PM »
But you haven't mentioned :
The mainly white British population who buy cheap clothes, and don't care how they are made
The mainly white British owned chain stores and labels that turn a blind eye to unsafe practices
The Tory government that underfunds factory inspections and discourages Union membership
The mainly white British people who attended the Cheltenham Festival and the Liverpool game which accelerated the virus in the first place


But then you wouldn't, would you?  :rolleyes
Correct all of that is true.
As well as the fact the spike that caused the leicester lockdown which is what I am taking  about originated in the Asian area of Leicester. The Asian clothes factories have been working all through the original lockdown. They can get away with paying under min wage as they employ ilegal immigrants and pay cash. Some factories have been raided and arrests made others the occupants scatter like cockroaches out the back when the police go in the front.
You are not hearing that on the news.

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General / Re: Focer font of knowledge Cycling
« on: 12 July 2020, 01:00:32 PM »
Interesting stuff Slaninar. My new 1.75 tyres arriv an al fitted and I am very pleased with them at £8.99 each.
I now think I would like to raise the handlebars but problem is its tight height where the bike is stored so I am looking at adjustable ones I can just drop down for storage but if I buy these  https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/110mm-Adjustable-Mountain-Bike-Handlebar-Riser-Angle-Bicycle-Stem-Extender/293625040556?hash=item445d6a8eac%3Ag%3AP8QAAOSwgtpe8vai&LH_All=1 will they just snap and kill me. Chinese crap.


Metal parts generally show signs of breaking on the outside (unlike carbon fibre ones). Thin - like a strand of hair, but visible.
"Zoom" make is sold here, locally, and works fine. Costing about 20 euros a piece.


However, I've never seen anyone use it to often change the position.


My main worry would be the bolt that holds the adjusted position (angle).
Would have to check - but I think that even if the bolt for fixing it snaps, it won't come apart immediately. It will start going up/down, but think that it's attached in a way that it won't immediately get completely detached.
I've seen some models with another bolt holding it tight from below, once tightened. It can't be seen in those pictures, even if it is included.
This one https://www.amazon.co.uk/Zoom-Adjustable-Stem-Ahead-Clamp/dp/B001RB21W6

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General / Re: This is NOT an attempt to start a discussion...
« on: 12 July 2020, 12:53:38 PM »
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The racist misogynistic labour party out of 4 women and 1 black man and one white establishment peer of the realm choose the peer. Meanwhile the conservatives have had 2 women prime ministers. And a probable Hindu Indian prime minster in the waiting. 
How many women are there in the Government's Cabinet, compared with Labour's Shadow Cabinet?
As you well know there is a massive difference between a shadow cabinet and a cabinet when a party get into power those same people will not be there.

 You had your chance, out of 6 leader candidates you managed to pick the only white man - an establishment peer of the realm.  :rolleyes   

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General / Re: COVID-19 AKA Coronavirus - A sense of proportion...
« on: 12 July 2020, 12:49:37 PM »
There is no agenda those are the facts on the ground in Leicester

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General / Re: COVID-19 AKA Coronavirus - A sense of proportion...
« on: 11 July 2020, 07:26:51 PM »
Research Determines Protests Did Not Cause Spike In Coronavirus Cases


What complete and utter crap.


Look at the London protests for example, hardly anyone was from London, they just come here so that they don't shit on their own doorstep. So there is no way you can tell who or where the spread has come from.
Leicester on the other hand prove what happens when the local Labour authorities fail to prevent illegal gatherings. And turn a blind eye to Asian sweat factories which in Leicester are a well know worst kept secret. It smacks of the grooming gangs where the authorities did not want to upset the communities involved.
I am told that the "indigenous population" of Leicester are furious of being forced to lock down when it should only be the Asian areas which are the cause of it.     

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General / Re: This is NOT an attempt to start a discussion...
« on: 11 July 2020, 07:14:04 PM »
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Could this English born man of  Punjabi Indian-East African Hindu descent become the Westminsters first ethnic minority and Hindu PM?

(Slightly) preferable to the first English born female Home Secretary of Gujarati Indian-East African Hindu descent.
You both seem to have an issue with minority bame.
The racist misogynistic labour party out of 4 women and 1 black man and one white establishment peer of the realm choose the peer. Meanwhile the conservatives have had 2 women prime ministers. And a probable Hindu Indian prime minster in the waiting. 

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General / Re: Focer font of knowledge Cycling
« on: 11 July 2020, 12:44:23 PM »
Interesting stuff Slaninar. My new 1.75 tyres arriv an al fitted and I am very pleased with them at £8.99 each.
I now think I would like to raise the handlebars but problem is its tight height where the bike is stored so I am looking at adjustable ones I can just drop down for storage but if I buy these  https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/110mm-Adjustable-Mountain-Bike-Handlebar-Riser-Angle-Bicycle-Stem-Extender/293625040556?hash=item445d6a8eac%3Ag%3AP8QAAOSwgtpe8vai&LH_All=1 will they just snap and kill me. Chinese crap.



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General / Re: wow! good job we won the war huh...
« on: 08 July 2020, 09:36:15 PM »
That, literally, sounds like one of the twerps round this way. It sounds like a loose connection in the ignition circuit that's breaking and connecting a hundred times a second. Just a constant wave of misfire. Surely that must damage the engine long-term?. Pity it don't foc it up short-term :rolleyes
That's it like a bin full of empty paint tine being tipped down a metal stair case --- it sounds stupid.

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General / Re: wow! good job we won the war huh...
« on: 08 July 2020, 07:58:00 PM »
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The people who sell and set up ‘crackle and pop’ tunes along with those that own such modified vehicles – well how about hang and quatre – foccin muppits.

Like this wqnker - why isnt his Mum getting a knock on the door from PC plod. The police need to get off their knees remove their nail varnish do some work.



There is some moron around where I live with it and it just sounds like the car is broken. 



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General / Re: Focer font of knowledge Cycling
« on: 08 July 2020, 01:38:28 PM »
I have found some Michelin Country Rock MTB Tyre for my mountain (full suspension bike ) but they are 26x 1.75. My tyres on the bike are 1.95 and 2.10 - will the 1.75 fit.These https://www.chainreactioncycles.com/michelin-country-rock-mtb-tyre/rp-prod8547 very cheap but seem just right for the riding I will be doing.



I would expect it to fit. A rather conservative chart of which tyres fit which rim width (1.75" is 47 mm when it comes to tyre sizing standards):


https://bike.bikegremlin.com/285/bicycle-tyre-dimensions/#2
I have just twigged your avatar.

Your site was very helpful, I have come across a few similar about sizing and widths but seem to confuse more than help, nowhere could I find that definitely told me that 47 was 1.75 especially when 1.50 is not 1 1/2.
My inside rim is 19.40 so I am good to get the 1.75s which are on order - so thank you for your help.   

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General / Re: What did you do with whatever else you've got?
« on: 07 July 2020, 10:33:17 PM »
Dummy - that's a fuel filter - you need an air filter :rolleyes

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General / Re: Focer font of knowledge Cycling
« on: 07 July 2020, 06:47:41 PM »
I have found some Michelin Country Rock MTB Tyre for my mountain (full suspension bike ) but they are 26x 1.75. My tyres on the bike are 1.95 and 2.10 - will the 1.75 fit.These https://www.chainreactioncycles.com/michelin-country-rock-mtb-tyre/rp-prod8547 very cheap but seem just right for the riding I will be doing.

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General / Re: what did you do with your fazer today ?
« on: 07 July 2020, 04:40:26 PM »
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Don't think I'll ever be caught out leaving the indicators on again  :D
Think you need your eyes testing mate

Postage: Item location: Barnard Castle, United Kingdom
 :rollin 

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General / Re: Focer font of knowledge Cycling
« on: 07 July 2020, 12:44:19 PM »
 :rollin :rollin That looks like emulsion paint put on with a roller. 

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