UPDATED: Driver smashes into three walls and flips car onto roof

The Bolton News: The scene of the crash in Tonge Moor Road. Pictures by Andrew Reid The scene of the crash in Tonge Moor Road. Pictures by Andrew Reid

A DRIVER destroyed three garden walls before flipping his car onto its roof.

The 26-year-old man lost control of his car in Tonge Moor Road but managed to walk away from the crash with minor scratches to his legs.

The incident happened at 3.45pm as the young man was driving his blue Volkswagen Golf along Tonge Moor Road, near the Starkie Arms pub.

It is thought that the car hit a kerb before ploughing into the garden walls and landing on its roof.

It also took out a lampost as it crashed.

Police, fire and ambulance crews were called to the scene but the man had managed to remove himself from the vehicle.

Neil Mercer, watch manager at Bolton North Fire Station, said: “He is very lucky to have escaped without any serious injuries and it is very important that he was wearing his seat belt and that the airbag deployed correctly.”

Andrew Reid, aged 40, lives in one of the houses that had its front wall destroyed.

He said: "I was upstairs and I just heard my partner scream for me to come downstairs.

"I ran outside and saw the car on its roof and the wall smashed up, I'm a student nurse so my first thought was for the driver and I called the emergency services.

"Then I saw a man wandering around with blood coming from his knee, I realised it was the driver and invited him in so I could check him over while we waited for the ambulance.

"The whole house shook when it happened, its not what you expect on a Sunday afternoon."

Stephen Jones, aged 52, lives next door to Mr Reid where the front garden wall was also destroyed.

He said: "Well I'm pretty annoyed, the house is actually up for sale and I don't think this is going to help, I've no idea how it happened, this is a pretty straight bit of road."

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6:01pm Sun 15 Jun 14

lancashiregirl says...

More than likely on his phone, or showing off, you don't loose control for nothing, it's always young lads., could have killed someone.
More than likely on his phone, or showing off, you don't loose control for nothing, it's always young lads., could have killed someone. lancashiregirl
  • Score: 46

6:33pm Sun 15 Jun 14

MalcM59 says...

Drove past it... Very lucky driver, but more to the point, even luckier there was nobody walking along that stretch of pavement- would have stood no chance.
Christ knows what speed the idiot must have been doing to flip a car along that bit of road ?
Drove past it... Very lucky driver, but more to the point, even luckier there was nobody walking along that stretch of pavement- would have stood no chance. Christ knows what speed the idiot must have been doing to flip a car along that bit of road ? MalcM59
  • Score: 55

7:13pm Sun 15 Jun 14

Harold 1 says...

Victim of his own stupidity most likely ..fortunately nobody hurt
Victim of his own stupidity most likely ..fortunately nobody hurt Harold 1
  • Score: 37

7:27pm Sun 15 Jun 14

lv8151 says...

you watch i bet you there are no charges against this idiot .... anyone with a driving lisence that cant take that stretch of road at the speed limt should be instantly banned !!!!!!!!!!!
you watch i bet you there are no charges against this idiot .... anyone with a driving lisence that cant take that stretch of road at the speed limt should be instantly banned !!!!!!!!!!! lv8151
  • Score: 38

8:17pm Sun 15 Jun 14

doogle1965 says...

cant believe this accident has happened and no one was injured but thank god as theres usually kids parents with prams people walking there dogs kids on bikes on this stretch all the time..cant believe the driver walked away from this it looked terrible I think god was on his side today...I feel for all the people who have all this damage to there properties and not just that they will be all very shaken up...
cant believe this accident has happened and no one was injured but thank god as theres usually kids parents with prams people walking there dogs kids on bikes on this stretch all the time..cant believe the driver walked away from this it looked terrible I think god was on his side today...I feel for all the people who have all this damage to there properties and not just that they will be all very shaken up... doogle1965
  • Score: 14

9:47pm Sun 15 Jun 14

clitheroe blue boy says...

lancashiregirl wrote:
More than likely on his phone, or showing off, you don't loose control for nothing, it's always young lads., could have killed someone.
Surely this must have been witnessed? It's a busy stretch of road. Yet again poor reporting from the BN. Did they not seek out and speak to any witnesses about what caused it, speed, mobile phone, poor driving or even ask the Police about the incident for a qoute? Obviously not.
[quote][p][bold]lancashiregirl[/bold] wrote: More than likely on his phone, or showing off, you don't loose control for nothing, it's always young lads., could have killed someone.[/p][/quote]Surely this must have been witnessed? It's a busy stretch of road. Yet again poor reporting from the BN. Did they not seek out and speak to any witnesses about what caused it, speed, mobile phone, poor driving or even ask the Police about the incident for a qoute? Obviously not. clitheroe blue boy
  • Score: 12

10:08pm Sun 15 Jun 14

calvin street says...

lancashiregirl wrote:
More than likely on his phone, or showing off, you don't loose control for nothing, it's always young lads., could have killed someone.
im glad you have already sorted this out, you were there. I hope you reported what YOU SAW to the police, if so well done. Have you any other MORE THAN LIKELY MOMENTS. I Suggest a large ****, it will MORE THAN LIKELY do the job.
[quote][p][bold]lancashiregirl[/bold] wrote: More than likely on his phone, or showing off, you don't loose control for nothing, it's always young lads., could have killed someone.[/p][/quote]im glad you have already sorted this out, you were there. I hope you reported what YOU SAW to the police, if so well done. Have you any other MORE THAN LIKELY MOMENTS. I Suggest a large ****, it will MORE THAN LIKELY do the job. calvin street
  • Score: -20

10:11pm Sun 15 Jun 14

Citizen Cane says...

It's hard to lose control when driving on a straight road without ice or snow and it's not always just young lads who lose control.
It's hard to lose control when driving on a straight road without ice or snow and it's not always just young lads who lose control. Citizen Cane
  • Score: 4

12:24am Mon 16 Jun 14

willis6969 says...

Well i disagree last week me and my hubby was driving down a road in dean road.. and a stupid driver in a black car came speeding past trying to over take a bus.. we was behind the bus.. we swerved!! a car on coming on the opposite side of the road.. had to mount the pavement.. and the idiot in the black car raced past.. so things can happen.. like loosing control but if there was any witness then things can be ruled out.. and if this guy was speeding then lock him up and throw away the key..
Well i disagree last week me and my hubby was driving down a road in dean road.. and a stupid driver in a black car came speeding past trying to over take a bus.. we was behind the bus.. we swerved!! a car on coming on the opposite side of the road.. had to mount the pavement.. and the idiot in the black car raced past.. so things can happen.. like loosing control but if there was any witness then things can be ruled out.. and if this guy was speeding then lock him up and throw away the key.. willis6969
  • Score: 10

9:48am Mon 16 Jun 14

Comment777 says...

willis6969 wrote:
Well i disagree last week me and my hubby was driving down a road in dean road.. and a stupid driver in a black car came speeding past trying to over take a bus.. we was behind the bus.. we swerved!! a car on coming on the opposite side of the road.. had to mount the pavement.. and the idiot in the black car raced past.. so things can happen.. like loosing control but if there was any witness then things can be ruled out.. and if this guy was speeding then lock him up and throw away the key..
The standard of written English in England is egregious. It is painful to read this comment.
[quote][p][bold]willis6969[/bold] wrote: Well i disagree last week me and my hubby was driving down a road in dean road.. and a stupid driver in a black car came speeding past trying to over take a bus.. we was behind the bus.. we swerved!! a car on coming on the opposite side of the road.. had to mount the pavement.. and the idiot in the black car raced past.. so things can happen.. like loosing control but if there was any witness then things can be ruled out.. and if this guy was speeding then lock him up and throw away the key..[/p][/quote]The standard of written English in England is egregious. It is painful to read this comment. Comment777
  • Score: 17

10:07am Mon 16 Jun 14

Comment777 says...

Innocent until proven guilty.

The previous comments prove that the jury system is flawed by the actual jury members who jump to conclusions before having the facts.

The scenarios in which this accident may have occurred are numerous.

1. Driver speeding, not concentrating or both

2. Inappropriate use of mobile phone, navigation system or radio controls

3. Oil or other oleaginous material on the road surface.

4. Undiagnosed health condition relating to the driver eg diabetic seizure, heart infarct or epileptic fit

5. Mechanical failure Eg steering, brakes

6. Third party involvement ie child stepping into the path of the vehicle

7. Sudden loss of tyre pressure

I would list more reasons to make my point, but I believe that is unnecessary as I have shown that until the accident is investigated thoroughly, without having a preconception as to its cause (doubt this will happen if the police's past record is considered) ,no-one should or is actually able to criticise the driver or his actions.
Innocent until proven guilty. The previous comments prove that the jury system is flawed by the actual jury members who jump to conclusions before having the facts. The scenarios in which this accident may have occurred are numerous. 1. Driver speeding, not concentrating or both 2. Inappropriate use of mobile phone, navigation system or radio controls 3. Oil or other oleaginous material on the road surface. 4. Undiagnosed health condition relating to the driver eg diabetic seizure, heart infarct or epileptic fit 5. Mechanical failure Eg steering, brakes 6. Third party involvement ie child stepping into the path of the vehicle 7. Sudden loss of tyre pressure I would list more reasons to make my point, but I believe that is unnecessary as I have shown that until the accident is investigated thoroughly, without having a preconception as to its cause (doubt this will happen if the police's past record is considered) ,no-one should or is actually able to criticise the driver or his actions. Comment777
  • Score: 6

11:03am Mon 16 Jun 14

Don Kiddick says...

Comment777 wrote:
Innocent until proven guilty. The previous comments prove that the jury system is flawed by the actual jury members who jump to conclusions before having the facts. The scenarios in which this accident may have occurred are numerous. 1. Driver speeding, not concentrating or both 2. Inappropriate use of mobile phone, navigation system or radio controls 3. Oil or other oleaginous material on the road surface. 4. Undiagnosed health condition relating to the driver eg diabetic seizure, heart infarct or epileptic fit 5. Mechanical failure Eg steering, brakes 6. Third party involvement ie child stepping into the path of the vehicle 7. Sudden loss of tyre pressure I would list more reasons to make my point, but I believe that is unnecessary as I have shown that until the accident is investigated thoroughly, without having a preconception as to its cause (doubt this will happen if the police's past record is considered) ,no-one should or is actually able to criticise the driver or his actions.
. . . or he's just a k n o b . . .
[quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: Innocent until proven guilty. The previous comments prove that the jury system is flawed by the actual jury members who jump to conclusions before having the facts. The scenarios in which this accident may have occurred are numerous. 1. Driver speeding, not concentrating or both 2. Inappropriate use of mobile phone, navigation system or radio controls 3. Oil or other oleaginous material on the road surface. 4. Undiagnosed health condition relating to the driver eg diabetic seizure, heart infarct or epileptic fit 5. Mechanical failure Eg steering, brakes 6. Third party involvement ie child stepping into the path of the vehicle 7. Sudden loss of tyre pressure I would list more reasons to make my point, but I believe that is unnecessary as I have shown that until the accident is investigated thoroughly, without having a preconception as to its cause (doubt this will happen if the police's past record is considered) ,no-one should or is actually able to criticise the driver or his actions.[/p][/quote]. . . or he's just a k n o b . . . Don Kiddick
  • Score: 7

1:03pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Dusty87 says...

Can anyone on this site actually spell? the word i think most of you are looking for is losing, not loosing.
Can anyone on this site actually spell? the word i think most of you are looking for is losing, not loosing. Dusty87
  • Score: 9

1:04pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Rememberscarborough says...

Avoiding a deer?
Avoiding a deer? Rememberscarborough
  • Score: 8

1:41pm Mon 16 Jun 14

oftbewildered2 says...

Comment777 wrote:
Innocent until proven guilty.

The previous comments prove that the jury system is flawed by the actual jury members who jump to conclusions before having the facts.

The scenarios in which this accident may have occurred are numerous.

1. Driver speeding, not concentrating or both

2. Inappropriate use of mobile phone, navigation system or radio controls

3. Oil or other oleaginous material on the road surface.

4. Undiagnosed health condition relating to the driver eg diabetic seizure, heart infarct or epileptic fit

5. Mechanical failure Eg steering, brakes

6. Third party involvement ie child stepping into the path of the vehicle

7. Sudden loss of tyre pressure

I would list more reasons to make my point, but I believe that is unnecessary as I have shown that until the accident is investigated thoroughly, without having a preconception as to its cause (doubt this will happen if the police's past record is considered) ,no-one should or is actually able to criticise the driver or his actions.
in the end the Police will decide on what caused this accident - they are the experts in doing this type of thing
[quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: Innocent until proven guilty. The previous comments prove that the jury system is flawed by the actual jury members who jump to conclusions before having the facts. The scenarios in which this accident may have occurred are numerous. 1. Driver speeding, not concentrating or both 2. Inappropriate use of mobile phone, navigation system or radio controls 3. Oil or other oleaginous material on the road surface. 4. Undiagnosed health condition relating to the driver eg diabetic seizure, heart infarct or epileptic fit 5. Mechanical failure Eg steering, brakes 6. Third party involvement ie child stepping into the path of the vehicle 7. Sudden loss of tyre pressure I would list more reasons to make my point, but I believe that is unnecessary as I have shown that until the accident is investigated thoroughly, without having a preconception as to its cause (doubt this will happen if the police's past record is considered) ,no-one should or is actually able to criticise the driver or his actions.[/p][/quote]in the end the Police will decide on what caused this accident - they are the experts in doing this type of thing oftbewildered2
  • Score: 1

2:16pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Don Kiddick says...

Dusty87 wrote:
Can anyone on this site actually spell? the word i think most of you are looking for is losing, not loosing.
I think you'll find "the word . . . " should really be "The word . . .". I may be a cotton-headed ninny-muggins but I'm pretty sure, along with most primary school children, that sentences should start with a capital letter.
[quote][p][bold]Dusty87[/bold] wrote: Can anyone on this site actually spell? the word i think most of you are looking for is losing, not loosing.[/p][/quote]I think you'll find "the word . . . " should really be "The word . . .". I may be a cotton-headed ninny-muggins but I'm pretty sure, along with most primary school children, that sentences should start with a capital letter. Don Kiddick
  • Score: 19

4:12pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Phlema says...

Oh, dear God. Your comments are pathetic.

Do any of you really give a hoot about the news story? Or are you just out to 'troll' those that have already commented?

Here's hoping my grammar, punctuation, spelling and capitalisation are correct.
Oh, dear God. Your comments are pathetic. Do any of you really give a hoot about the news story? Or are you just out to 'troll' those that have already commented? Here's hoping my grammar, punctuation, spelling and capitalisation are correct. Phlema
  • Score: 6

4:28pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Don Kiddick says...

Ummmm, not sure it's acceptable to start a sentence with "Or" to be honest, it's a conjunction.
Ummmm, not sure it's acceptable to start a sentence with "Or" to be honest, it's a conjunction. Don Kiddick
  • Score: 6

4:43pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Phlema says...

Don Kiddick wrote:
Ummmm, not sure it's acceptable to start a sentence with "Or" to be honest, it's a conjunction.
Well spotted. That was just a test ;)
[quote][p][bold]Don Kiddick[/bold] wrote: Ummmm, not sure it's acceptable to start a sentence with "Or" to be honest, it's a conjunction.[/p][/quote]Well spotted. That was just a test ;) Phlema
  • Score: 0

5:02pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Don Kiddick says...

Phlema wrote:
Don Kiddick wrote: Ummmm, not sure it's acceptable to start a sentence with "Or" to be honest, it's a conjunction.
Well spotted. That was just a test ;)
I wouldn't normally do it, I think you'd be correcting every comment, my own included, but when you get a sanctimonious know-it-all like our friend Dusty pulling people up on their spelling whilst dropping a huge clanger of their own in the very same comment - I think they're fair game.
[quote][p][bold]Phlema[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Don Kiddick[/bold] wrote: Ummmm, not sure it's acceptable to start a sentence with "Or" to be honest, it's a conjunction.[/p][/quote]Well spotted. That was just a test ;)[/p][/quote]I wouldn't normally do it, I think you'd be correcting every comment, my own included, but when you get a sanctimonious know-it-all like our friend Dusty pulling people up on their spelling whilst dropping a huge clanger of their own in the very same comment - I think they're fair game. Don Kiddick
  • Score: 3

7:34pm Mon 16 Jun 14

tr1kky says...

He said: "Well I'm pretty annoyed, the house is actually up for sale and I don't think this is going to help, I've no idea how it happened, this is a pretty straight bit of road."

The concern for the poor driver mr jones showed touched me!
His compassion was tear jerking! NOT!!!
When you think a life could have been lost or the driver left with life changing injuries, a garden wall would be a definite priority.
I'm surprised the paramedics/police that turned up weren't as annoyed as mr jones and prioritised rebuilding the garden wall before checking on the driver!
Get a grip! Garden walls can be rebuilt.
I hope the driver is ok and wish him well.
He said: "Well I'm pretty annoyed, the house is actually up for sale and I don't think this is going to help, I've no idea how it happened, this is a pretty straight bit of road." The concern for the poor driver mr jones showed touched me! His compassion was tear jerking! NOT!!! When you think a life could have been lost or the driver left with life changing injuries, a garden wall would be a definite priority. I'm surprised the paramedics/police that turned up weren't as annoyed as mr jones and prioritised rebuilding the garden wall before checking on the driver! Get a grip! Garden walls can be rebuilt. I hope the driver is ok and wish him well. tr1kky
  • Score: 0

11:58pm Mon 16 Jun 14

boltonnut says...

Phlema wrote:
Oh, dear God. Your comments are pathetic.

Do any of you really give a hoot about the news story? Or are you just out to 'troll' those that have already commented?

Here's hoping my grammar, punctuation, spelling and capitalisation are correct.
You have to pluralise capitalisation to use the word are,other wise the word should be is.Eye ARE pretty sure of that.
[quote][p][bold]Phlema[/bold] wrote: Oh, dear God. Your comments are pathetic. Do any of you really give a hoot about the news story? Or are you just out to 'troll' those that have already commented? Here's hoping my grammar, punctuation, spelling and capitalisation are correct.[/p][/quote]You have to pluralise capitalisation to use the word are,other wise the word should be is.Eye ARE pretty sure of that. boltonnut
  • Score: -2

7:17am Tue 17 Jun 14

Comment777 says...

oftbewildered2 wrote:
Comment777 wrote:
Innocent until proven guilty.

The previous comments prove that the jury system is flawed by the actual jury members who jump to conclusions before having the facts.

The scenarios in which this accident may have occurred are numerous.

1. Driver speeding, not concentrating or both

2. Inappropriate use of mobile phone, navigation system or radio controls

3. Oil or other oleaginous material on the road surface.

4. Undiagnosed health condition relating to the driver eg diabetic seizure, heart infarct or epileptic fit

5. Mechanical failure Eg steering, brakes

6. Third party involvement ie child stepping into the path of the vehicle

7. Sudden loss of tyre pressure

I would list more reasons to make my point, but I believe that is unnecessary as I have shown that until the accident is investigated thoroughly, without having a preconception as to its cause (doubt this will happen if the police's past record is considered) ,no-one should or is actually able to criticise the driver or his actions.
in the end the Police will decide on what caused this accident - they are the experts in doing this type of thing
No they are not experts. Only the people charged with investigating accidents.
Numerous other agencies are the experts. It is very rare that a vehicle is checked for mechanical failure. That the driver is given a full medical check. That the road is checked.

A nephew of mine was arrested after a heavy impact with a tree. The police officer who attended was convinced it was my nephew's driving at speed that had caused the accident. It transpired that a local authority vehicle had lost a large quantity of diesel from its poorly sealed fuel tank. This had been witnessed by several persons. The driver of the refuse truck was aware he had lost fuel,but took no action to warn drivers or remove the fuel from the road surface. My nephew was exonerated and Blackburn council received a large invoice
[quote][p][bold]oftbewildered2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: Innocent until proven guilty. The previous comments prove that the jury system is flawed by the actual jury members who jump to conclusions before having the facts. The scenarios in which this accident may have occurred are numerous. 1. Driver speeding, not concentrating or both 2. Inappropriate use of mobile phone, navigation system or radio controls 3. Oil or other oleaginous material on the road surface. 4. Undiagnosed health condition relating to the driver eg diabetic seizure, heart infarct or epileptic fit 5. Mechanical failure Eg steering, brakes 6. Third party involvement ie child stepping into the path of the vehicle 7. Sudden loss of tyre pressure I would list more reasons to make my point, but I believe that is unnecessary as I have shown that until the accident is investigated thoroughly, without having a preconception as to its cause (doubt this will happen if the police's past record is considered) ,no-one should or is actually able to criticise the driver or his actions.[/p][/quote]in the end the Police will decide on what caused this accident - they are the experts in doing this type of thing[/p][/quote]No they are not experts. Only the people charged with investigating accidents. Numerous other agencies are the experts. It is very rare that a vehicle is checked for mechanical failure. That the driver is given a full medical check. That the road is checked. A nephew of mine was arrested after a heavy impact with a tree. The police officer who attended was convinced it was my nephew's driving at speed that had caused the accident. It transpired that a local authority vehicle had lost a large quantity of diesel from its poorly sealed fuel tank. This had been witnessed by several persons. The driver of the refuse truck was aware he had lost fuel,but took no action to warn drivers or remove the fuel from the road surface. My nephew was exonerated and Blackburn council received a large invoice Comment777
  • Score: -1

7:19am Tue 17 Jun 14

Comment777 says...

Don Kiddick wrote:
Comment777 wrote:
Innocent until proven guilty. The previous comments prove that the jury system is flawed by the actual jury members who jump to conclusions before having the facts. The scenarios in which this accident may have occurred are numerous. 1. Driver speeding, not concentrating or both 2. Inappropriate use of mobile phone, navigation system or radio controls 3. Oil or other oleaginous material on the road surface. 4. Undiagnosed health condition relating to the driver eg diabetic seizure, heart infarct or epileptic fit 5. Mechanical failure Eg steering, brakes 6. Third party involvement ie child stepping into the path of the vehicle 7. Sudden loss of tyre pressure I would list more reasons to make my point, but I believe that is unnecessary as I have shown that until the accident is investigated thoroughly, without having a preconception as to its cause (doubt this will happen if the police's past record is considered) ,no-one should or is actually able to criticise the driver or his actions.
. . . or he's just a k n o b . . .
Exactly my point , people jump to conclusions. You can not support your opinion without the facts
[quote][p][bold]Don Kiddick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: Innocent until proven guilty. The previous comments prove that the jury system is flawed by the actual jury members who jump to conclusions before having the facts. The scenarios in which this accident may have occurred are numerous. 1. Driver speeding, not concentrating or both 2. Inappropriate use of mobile phone, navigation system or radio controls 3. Oil or other oleaginous material on the road surface. 4. Undiagnosed health condition relating to the driver eg diabetic seizure, heart infarct or epileptic fit 5. Mechanical failure Eg steering, brakes 6. Third party involvement ie child stepping into the path of the vehicle 7. Sudden loss of tyre pressure I would list more reasons to make my point, but I believe that is unnecessary as I have shown that until the accident is investigated thoroughly, without having a preconception as to its cause (doubt this will happen if the police's past record is considered) ,no-one should or is actually able to criticise the driver or his actions.[/p][/quote]. . . or he's just a k n o b . . .[/p][/quote]Exactly my point , people jump to conclusions. You can not support your opinion without the facts Comment777
  • Score: 2

7:21am Tue 17 Jun 14

Comment777 says...

Phlema wrote:
Oh, dear God. Your comments are pathetic.

Do any of you really give a hoot about the news story? Or are you just out to 'troll' those that have already commented?

Here's hoping my grammar, punctuation, spelling and capitalisation are correct.
'this' news story...
[quote][p][bold]Phlema[/bold] wrote: Oh, dear God. Your comments are pathetic. Do any of you really give a hoot about the news story? Or are you just out to 'troll' those that have already commented? Here's hoping my grammar, punctuation, spelling and capitalisation are correct.[/p][/quote]'this' news story... Comment777
  • Score: 0

7:28am Tue 17 Jun 14

Comment777 says...

I am

you are

he/she is

We are

you are

they are
I am you are he/she is We are you are they are Comment777
  • Score: -1

7:55am Tue 17 Jun 14

Phlema says...

Comment777 wrote:
I am

you are

he/she is

We are

you are

they are
I am unphased.

you are pathetic

he/she is thinking the same as me

We are all thinking you are a k.n.o.b

you are a k.n.o.b.

they are correct in thinking that you are a k.n.o.b

:)
[quote][p][bold]Comment777[/bold] wrote: I am you are he/she is We are you are they are[/p][/quote]I am unphased. you are pathetic he/she is thinking the same as me We are all thinking you are a k.n.o.b you are a k.n.o.b. they are correct in thinking that you are a k.n.o.b :) Phlema
  • Score: 4

8:16am Tue 17 Jun 14

Stevejj says...

tr1kky wrote:
He said: "Well I'm pretty annoyed, the house is actually up for sale and I don't think this is going to help, I've no idea how it happened, this is a pretty straight bit of road."

The concern for the poor driver mr jones showed touched me!
His compassion was tear jerking! NOT!!!
When you think a life could have been lost or the driver left with life changing injuries, a garden wall would be a definite priority.
I'm surprised the paramedics/police that turned up weren't as annoyed as mr jones and prioritised rebuilding the garden wall before checking on the driver!
Get a grip! Garden walls can be rebuilt.
I hope the driver is ok and wish him well.
I had already checked on the driver. He had minor injuries and walked away. Of course the driver comes before a garden wall and if I came across as unfeeling I apologies unreservedly to the driver.
[quote][p][bold]tr1kky[/bold] wrote: He said: "Well I'm pretty annoyed, the house is actually up for sale and I don't think this is going to help, I've no idea how it happened, this is a pretty straight bit of road." The concern for the poor driver mr jones showed touched me! His compassion was tear jerking! NOT!!! When you think a life could have been lost or the driver left with life changing injuries, a garden wall would be a definite priority. I'm surprised the paramedics/police that turned up weren't as annoyed as mr jones and prioritised rebuilding the garden wall before checking on the driver! Get a grip! Garden walls can be rebuilt. I hope the driver is ok and wish him well.[/p][/quote]I had already checked on the driver. He had minor injuries and walked away. Of course the driver comes before a garden wall and if I came across as unfeeling I apologies unreservedly to the driver. Stevejj
  • Score: 2

8:37am Tue 17 Jun 14

Dusty87 says...

Don Kiddick wrote:
Phlema wrote:
Don Kiddick wrote: Ummmm, not sure it's acceptable to start a sentence with "Or" to be honest, it's a conjunction.
Well spotted. That was just a test ;)
I wouldn't normally do it, I think you'd be correcting every comment, my own included, but when you get a sanctimonious know-it-all like our friend Dusty pulling people up on their spelling whilst dropping a huge clanger of their own in the very same comment - I think they're fair game.
I'm just trying to help people out with their spelling that is all. It is pretty hard to understand comments when you're actually reading another word altogether, but hey ho I must be loosing the plot (see what I did there).
[quote][p][bold]Don Kiddick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Phlema[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Don Kiddick[/bold] wrote: Ummmm, not sure it's acceptable to start a sentence with "Or" to be honest, it's a conjunction.[/p][/quote]Well spotted. That was just a test ;)[/p][/quote]I wouldn't normally do it, I think you'd be correcting every comment, my own included, but when you get a sanctimonious know-it-all like our friend Dusty pulling people up on their spelling whilst dropping a huge clanger of their own in the very same comment - I think they're fair game.[/p][/quote]I'm just trying to help people out with their spelling that is all. It is pretty hard to understand comments when you're actually reading another word altogether, but hey ho I must be loosing the plot (see what I did there). Dusty87
  • Score: 1

3:50pm Tue 17 Jun 14

Don Kiddick says...

Dusty87 wrote:
Don Kiddick wrote:
Phlema wrote:
Don Kiddick wrote: Ummmm, not sure it's acceptable to start a sentence with "Or" to be honest, it's a conjunction.
Well spotted. That was just a test ;)
I wouldn't normally do it, I think you'd be correcting every comment, my own included, but when you get a sanctimonious know-it-all like our friend Dusty pulling people up on their spelling whilst dropping a huge clanger of their own in the very same comment - I think they're fair game.
I'm just trying to help people out with their spelling that is all. It is pretty hard to understand comments when you're actually reading another word altogether, but hey ho I must be loosing the plot (see what I did there).
" . . . what I did there?"
[quote][p][bold]Dusty87[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Don Kiddick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Phlema[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Don Kiddick[/bold] wrote: Ummmm, not sure it's acceptable to start a sentence with "Or" to be honest, it's a conjunction.[/p][/quote]Well spotted. That was just a test ;)[/p][/quote]I wouldn't normally do it, I think you'd be correcting every comment, my own included, but when you get a sanctimonious know-it-all like our friend Dusty pulling people up on their spelling whilst dropping a huge clanger of their own in the very same comment - I think they're fair game.[/p][/quote]I'm just trying to help people out with their spelling that is all. It is pretty hard to understand comments when you're actually reading another word altogether, but hey ho I must be loosing the plot (see what I did there).[/p][/quote]" . . . what I did there?" Don Kiddick
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3:51am Wed 18 Jun 14

Ilovebolton says...

Were are the trolls, so who was this idiot, i bet he was white thats why no race, no religion and no names mentioned. Talk about news report double standards like everything else.
Were are the trolls, so who was this idiot, i bet he was white thats why no race, no religion and no names mentioned. Talk about news report double standards like everything else. Ilovebolton
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12:24pm Sat 21 Jun 14

Replytohatersandscum says...

he just came out of the pub needed to go shoops for more cider was in a hurry **** happens
maybe they should hold them safety driving classes in the pubs bookies churches
he just came out of the pub needed to go shoops for more cider was in a hurry **** happens maybe they should hold them safety driving classes in the pubs bookies churches Replytohatersandscum
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5:39pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Ilovebolton says...

wow a white guy and nobody mentioning a white Christian church lover just trashed the hell out his car without a due care for his other Christian church going followers.
IS this HOW BNP and UKIP drivers drive.
wow a white guy and nobody mentioning a white Christian church lover just trashed the hell out his car without a due care for his other Christian church going followers. IS this HOW BNP and UKIP drivers drive. Ilovebolton
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5:39pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Ilovebolton says...

Why is that Bolton News makes a mockery of being able to comment on ethnic issues but when it comes to the so called white issues it is not open.
Bolton News is becoming like a sore thumb. Most people from all races and religion just want a normal peaceful life, but the sore thumbs from each race and creed are there to create hatred. The Muslims get the brunt of it because that's what the media wants to portray as the worst set of people. Why is that of all of a sudden issues like mosques and Halal meat have been brought about. Do Hindus not make temples, there are plenty of them around in Bolton, what about Sikhs and there guradwara.
As for churches if the English or should i say christian people actually went to watch at least on Sundays there would be more. The Christians many would rather go out drinking on Saturday night and then be wasted to even bother waking up and making an effort. i see more polish people making use of the churches than the whites.
As for issues like Halal meat Muslims did not ask supermarkets or pubs to sell em they are selling it for their interest.
Also i think i would rather have halal meat than the so called pure meat which is combined with horse and donkey meat.

Its amazing a Muslim does something and his religion and name and everything else is highlighted, yet a white person is only mentioned as white and many times just by name.
This paper reported on the teachers that have done wrong and suspended yet there religion or being atheist was not mentioned.
The Boltons Most wanted are SURPRISE SURPRISE white and guess what no religion mentioned yet again.
If these are not scums of society and Bolton then id be surprised at people supporting these dirt bags.
Why is that Bolton News makes a mockery of being able to comment on ethnic issues but when it comes to the so called white issues it is not open. Bolton News is becoming like a sore thumb. Most people from all races and religion just want a normal peaceful life, but the sore thumbs from each race and creed are there to create hatred. The Muslims get the brunt of it because that's what the media wants to portray as the worst set of people. Why is that of all of a sudden issues like mosques and Halal meat have been brought about. Do Hindus not make temples, there are plenty of them around in Bolton, what about Sikhs and there guradwara. As for churches if the English or should i say christian people actually went to watch at least on Sundays there would be more. The Christians many would rather go out drinking on Saturday night and then be wasted to even bother waking up and making an effort. i see more polish people making use of the churches than the whites. As for issues like Halal meat Muslims did not ask supermarkets or pubs to sell em they are selling it for their interest. Also i think i would rather have halal meat than the so called pure meat which is combined with horse and donkey meat. Its amazing a Muslim does something and his religion and name and everything else is highlighted, yet a white person is only mentioned as white and many times just by name. This paper reported on the teachers that have done wrong and suspended yet there religion or being atheist was not mentioned. The Boltons Most wanted are SURPRISE SURPRISE white and guess what no religion mentioned yet again. If these are not scums of society and Bolton then id be surprised at people supporting these dirt bags. Ilovebolton
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5:41pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Ilovebolton says...

Why no Comment on the driver from Farnworth who killed those innocent people. SHAME ON YOU BOLTON NEWS.
He should have a muslim driver and would have got slaughtered on here.
Why no Comment on the driver from Farnworth who killed those innocent people. SHAME ON YOU BOLTON NEWS. He should have a muslim driver and would have got slaughtered on here. Ilovebolton
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