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  1. Easy money as there a so "few" people about they can target areas to send their guys to to top up the coffers by spotting little known rules that carry a fine for breaking. Pity they can't do the same for those people who dump old beds, fridges,sofas and the like rather than take them to the local tip or arranging the council to collect. Next thing you know they will be fining campers for loitering within tent....
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  2. sounds like our street davy. i am parked mostly outside my neighbour. mainly because the neighbour on the other side has a disabled space that covers my front door and has a people carrier that fits the space. most of the rest of the street also have people carriers, so although i have the smallest car in the street i have difficulty getting in and out if i don't leave enough space at the front , hence parking mostly outside the other neighbours house. there are 27 cars parked in our street, considering there are only twelve houses in the terrace that is a lot of cars. add electric
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  3. Ah but. The amount of electrical power needed to create hydrogen from water using electricity is three times the power that the hydrogen can give so it sort of doesn't make any sense to do that. Without batteries and until perpetual motion is invented, you'd need a petrol engine driving a generator to produce electricity to produce hydrogen to feed into a fuel cell that generates electricity. The only real benefit of hydrogen is that it's power density gives increased range. New battery technologies are constantly evolving that will no doubt bring them closer to this goal.
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  4. "Pity they can't do the same for those people who dump old beds, fridges,sofas..." The thing is Sid.......... That would entail some hard detective work and possible confrontation . 58 year old Grandmothers out in the park are so much easier 🤕
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  5. Nothing's impossible Davy, we've just not yet worked out how solve that one but some bright spark will come up with a solution eventually. Where's my thinking cap Bill
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  6. That's just nuts! The thing is that everyone knows it’s illegal do drop litter but not many know about silly local rules, especially when as they say, it’s ok in some parks but not others. Bill
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  7. Not going to belabor the point Asp, but this is what has happened in Democrat controlled States all over the country. It happened in Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan etc. Michigan is a perfect example of what happened in those places. Trump was ahead close to the end of voting to the point where he confidently declared the State won. Then suddenly the vote counters, all Democrats, miraculously 'found' 138,000 'lost' votes, no Republican witnesses. There were four people on the Presidential ballot in Michigan, Trump, Biden and two eco nuts. Again miraculously, all 138,000 'lost' votes were for
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