Only one wheel on Anne's wheelie bin... and the refuse collectors won't empty it

The Bolton News: Only one wheel on Anne's wheelie bin... and the refuse collectors won't empty it Only one wheel on Anne's wheelie bin... and the refuse collectors won't empty it

THINGS certainly did not run smoothly for pensioner Anne Hobson when one of the wheels fell off her grey bin as she was putting it out for collection.

The 71-year-old just about managed to haul the heavy bin 50ft to the end of her driveway, only for waste collectors to refused to empty it — because of the missing wheel.

Now, mother-of-three Mrs Hobson, of Larkhill, Farnworth, has branded the binmen “lazy” and will have to wait until Friday before she receives a replacement.

In the meantime she says she has no idea where she will store the excess waste she will accumulate.

She said: “I was putting out the grey bin but, one of the wheels dropped off. With the other wheel still attached, I managed to drag the bin to the end of my long driveway.

“But later on, I discovered it hadn’t been emptied.”

She said: “I can drag the bin 50ft to the end of my driveway, but able-bodied men can’t take it from the kerbside and have it emptied into the wagon just a few feet away.

“They’re just lazy and it seems they want the job done for them.”

She is also unhappy that a new grey bin won’t be delivered until Friday to coincide with the next collection day. I’ve nowhere now to put rubbish and excess waste. And I’m annoyed that I can’t get a new bin until the end of the week.”

Her son, Andrew added: “It’s absolutely ridiculous that a 71-year-old woman can drag a bin with one wheel to the end of her long driveway when 6ft tall, 15-stone binmen can’t empty it.

“And I’m also upset that she won’t get another bin earlier. It seems to be all about what suits them.”

A Bolton Council spokeswoman said: “The bin was not emptied due to the missing wheel.

“It will be replaced free of charge next Friday, the delivery day for this area, and any excess waste will also be removed next Friday.”

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9:19am Mon 4 Feb 13

InFocus2012 says...

God help you when you are elderly or disabled with these Bolton Binmen. They ARE lazy, they IGNORE the yellow stickers that are put on for the disabled.
Remember the days when binmen used to lift bins up on their backs, and tip into the wagon, That WAS hard work, not like how easy these pampered binmen have it!!
God help you when you are elderly or disabled with these Bolton Binmen. They ARE lazy, they IGNORE the yellow stickers that are put on for the disabled. Remember the days when binmen used to lift bins up on their backs, and tip into the wagon, That WAS hard work, not like how easy these pampered binmen have it!! InFocus2012

9:28am Mon 4 Feb 13

xxenigmaxx says...

Poor love, this wouldn't have happened when back when our Binmen use to be 'MEN' and could hoist them old galvinised bins sometimes two at a time onto their backs and carry them to the van, then bring them back and put them back in your backyard with a smile on their face. No now they're much to soft, and have to follow H&S, granted the bins are bigger but come on Men stand up and show some common decency its not all about money at the end of the day.
Poor love, this wouldn't have happened when back when our Binmen use to be 'MEN' and could hoist them old galvinised bins sometimes two at a time onto their backs and carry them to the van, then bring them back and put them back in your backyard with a smile on their face. No now they're much to soft, and have to follow H&S, granted the bins are bigger but come on Men stand up and show some common decency its not all about money at the end of the day. xxenigmaxx

9:54am Mon 4 Feb 13

MarkAllRead says...

If one of those binmen wrecks their back pulling that bin around and can't work for 6 weeks, do you think Mrs Hobson will be interested in paying his loss of earnings? Nah.. didn't think so. Mrs Hobson needs to stop being a victim.
If one of those binmen wrecks their back pulling that bin around and can't work for 6 weeks, do you think Mrs Hobson will be interested in paying his loss of earnings? Nah.. didn't think so. Mrs Hobson needs to stop being a victim. MarkAllRead

10:10am Mon 4 Feb 13

magic dragon says...

We are all victims of the binmen in one way or another. Missed collections, can't go out because of the weather, didn't see the disabled sticker, bins weren't put out according to them. It is about time the binmen stopped being victims. So you may put your back out or not. The Council will pay your wages on full pay for 6 months, then help you ease back in to work by working part time for so many months.
Mrs Hobson, stick by your guns. You are the victim of the binmen's lack of any compassion or even common sense.
We are all victims of the binmen in one way or another. Missed collections, can't go out because of the weather, didn't see the disabled sticker, bins weren't put out according to them. It is about time the binmen stopped being victims. So you may put your back out or not. The Council will pay your wages on full pay for 6 months, then help you ease back in to work by working part time for so many months. Mrs Hobson, stick by your guns. You are the victim of the binmen's lack of any compassion or even common sense. magic dragon

10:27am Mon 4 Feb 13

zoomzam says...

Blue bins,purple bins,green bins,black bins,yellow bins, brown bins....sick and tired of bins! Where the heck do you put them???
Blue bins,purple bins,green bins,black bins,yellow bins, brown bins....sick and tired of bins! Where the heck do you put them??? zoomzam

11:24am Mon 4 Feb 13

steveG says...

I can remember when binmen were men.
Slung the bin over their back carried it to the wagon and emptied it - no need to worry about which day they came as they came onto your property to get it.

My Grandma could do the job these days,
wheels or no wheels!.
I can remember when binmen were men. Slung the bin over their back carried it to the wagon and emptied it - no need to worry about which day they came as they came onto your property to get it. My Grandma could do the job these days, wheels or no wheels!. steveG

11:36am Mon 4 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

MarkAllRead wrote:
If one of those binmen wrecks their back pulling that bin around and can't work for 6 weeks, do you think Mrs Hobson will be interested in paying his loss of earnings? Nah.. didn't think so. Mrs Hobson needs to stop being a victim.
they dont need to pull their back out, is that not what bolton council use our taxes for to buy state of the art trucks so that the pampered employees dont have to do any lifting.They just cant get round their quick enough for an early finish.
[quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: If one of those binmen wrecks their back pulling that bin around and can't work for 6 weeks, do you think Mrs Hobson will be interested in paying his loss of earnings? Nah.. didn't think so. Mrs Hobson needs to stop being a victim.[/p][/quote]they dont need to pull their back out, is that not what bolton council use our taxes for to buy state of the art trucks so that the pampered employees dont have to do any lifting.They just cant get round their quick enough for an early finish. binmanbilly

11:42am Mon 4 Feb 13

berushka says...

zoomzam wrote:
Blue bins,purple bins,green bins,black bins,yellow bins, brown bins....sick and tired of bins! Where the heck do you put them???
put that to music and you could win Britain's Got Talent! Better than most of the rubbish being churned out by the high-voiced squeaky wanna be's.
[quote][p][bold]zoomzam[/bold] wrote: Blue bins,purple bins,green bins,black bins,yellow bins, brown bins....sick and tired of bins! Where the heck do you put them???[/p][/quote]put that to music and you could win Britain's Got Talent! Better than most of the rubbish being churned out by the high-voiced squeaky wanna be's. berushka

11:59am Mon 4 Feb 13

mdavies11 says...

Moaning old cow. And why can't her son help her out?

Note“It will be replaced free of charge next Friday, the delivery day for this area, and any excess waste will also be removed next Friday.” What more does she want?
Moaning old cow. And why can't her son help her out? Note“It will be replaced free of charge next Friday, the delivery day for this area, and any excess waste will also be removed next Friday.” What more does she want? mdavies11

12:27pm Mon 4 Feb 13

llcoolwayne says...

An elderly Lady can pull/drag her bin 50 mtrs but a bin person cant manage 5 mtrs, what are these people being paid for??? They need to do what we pay them for!!!
An elderly Lady can pull/drag her bin 50 mtrs but a bin person cant manage 5 mtrs, what are these people being paid for??? They need to do what we pay them for!!! llcoolwayne

12:36pm Mon 4 Feb 13

boltoncity says...

mdavies11 wrote:
Moaning old cow. And why can't her son help her out?

Note“It will be replaced free of charge next Friday, the delivery day for this area, and any excess waste will also be removed next Friday.” What more does she want?
oh nothing much apart from her rubbish collected when she has paid tax for it to be done for her!!
[quote][p][bold]mdavies11[/bold] wrote: Moaning old cow. And why can't her son help her out? Note“It will be replaced free of charge next Friday, the delivery day for this area, and any excess waste will also be removed next Friday.” What more does she want?[/p][/quote]oh nothing much apart from her rubbish collected when she has paid tax for it to be done for her!! boltoncity

12:58pm Mon 4 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

mdavies11 wrote:
Moaning old cow. And why can't her son help her out?

Note“It will be replaced free of charge next Friday, the delivery day for this area, and any excess waste will also be removed next Friday.” What more does she want?
Not a moaning old cow at all. Look at the facts you ignorant C!?t . The council tell you not to leave out your bin due to theft and fire hazard. Don't pile rubbish at side of bin ,it won't be moved, yet when it suits them its okay to leave bin out and pile waste at side for a week.
All she is asking for is a bit of common sense . How will the bin be moved next Friday? Is it going to mend itself?
Just wondering
[quote][p][bold]mdavies11[/bold] wrote: Moaning old cow. And why can't her son help her out? Note“It will be replaced free of charge next Friday, the delivery day for this area, and any excess waste will also be removed next Friday.” What more does she want?[/p][/quote]Not a moaning old cow at all. Look at the facts you ignorant C!?t . The council tell you not to leave out your bin due to theft and fire hazard. Don't pile rubbish at side of bin ,it won't be moved, yet when it suits them its okay to leave bin out and pile waste at side for a week. All she is asking for is a bit of common sense . How will the bin be moved next Friday? Is it going to mend itself? Just wondering binmanbilly

1:38pm Mon 4 Feb 13

boltonnut says...

What happened to community spirit?Surely someone could have assisted this lady,not a binman though.
What happened to community spirit?Surely someone could have assisted this lady,not a binman though. boltonnut

1:51pm Mon 4 Feb 13

MarkAllRead says...

llcoolwayne wrote:
An elderly Lady can pull/drag her bin 50 mtrs but a bin person cant manage 5 mtrs, what are these people being paid for??? They need to do what we pay them for!!!
Er... the point is that we *don't* pay them to pull loaded bins that have a wheel missing. If this was an ongoing situation then she might have a point, but when they've asked her to just miss a week before the new bin arrives at the end of the week, then why's she moaning so much? Victim complex, that's what. I'm in a family of 4 and since we use all the recycling bins, we often don't put out our grey bin because there's very little in it. How mich rubbish is this woman really going to produce in a week?
[quote][p][bold]llcoolwayne[/bold] wrote: An elderly Lady can pull/drag her bin 50 mtrs but a bin person cant manage 5 mtrs, what are these people being paid for??? They need to do what we pay them for!!![/p][/quote]Er... the point is that we *don't* pay them to pull loaded bins that have a wheel missing. If this was an ongoing situation then she might have a point, but when they've asked her to just miss a week before the new bin arrives at the end of the week, then why's she moaning so much? Victim complex, that's what. I'm in a family of 4 and since we use all the recycling bins, we often don't put out our grey bin because there's very little in it. How mich rubbish is this woman really going to produce in a week? MarkAllRead

2:03pm Mon 4 Feb 13

llcoolwayne says...

MarkAllRead wrote:
llcoolwayne wrote:
An elderly Lady can pull/drag her bin 50 mtrs but a bin person cant manage 5 mtrs, what are these people being paid for??? They need to do what we pay them for!!!
Er... the point is that we *don't* pay them to pull loaded bins that have a wheel missing. If this was an ongoing situation then she might have a point, but when they've asked her to just miss a week before the new bin arrives at the end of the week, then why's she moaning so much? Victim complex, that's what. I'm in a family of 4 and since we use all the recycling bins, we often don't put out our grey bin because there's very little in it. How mich rubbish is this woman really going to produce in a week?
it doesnt actually say that she put her bin out the week before, it might have been several weeks since it was last out out, so it may well have been full, markallread is not reading the story very well!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]llcoolwayne[/bold] wrote: An elderly Lady can pull/drag her bin 50 mtrs but a bin person cant manage 5 mtrs, what are these people being paid for??? They need to do what we pay them for!!![/p][/quote]Er... the point is that we *don't* pay them to pull loaded bins that have a wheel missing. If this was an ongoing situation then she might have a point, but when they've asked her to just miss a week before the new bin arrives at the end of the week, then why's she moaning so much? Victim complex, that's what. I'm in a family of 4 and since we use all the recycling bins, we often don't put out our grey bin because there's very little in it. How mich rubbish is this woman really going to produce in a week?[/p][/quote]it doesnt actually say that she put her bin out the week before, it might have been several weeks since it was last out out, so it may well have been full, markallread is not reading the story very well!!!!! llcoolwayne

2:34pm Mon 4 Feb 13

grimtown says...

dump it on the town hall steps or the leader of the councils front lawn. always some excuse.
dump it on the town hall steps or the leader of the councils front lawn. always some excuse. grimtown

2:59pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Rememberscarborough says...

Hold on, if it was my mum that this had happened to I'd have tried to fix the bin or arrange for the waste to be bagged up and taken to the tip or shoved in my own bin. Yes, it's an inconvenience for a short period of time but sometimes it's family that has to look after each other rather than relying on the council/government.
Hold on, if it was my mum that this had happened to I'd have tried to fix the bin or arrange for the waste to be bagged up and taken to the tip or shoved in my own bin. Yes, it's an inconvenience for a short period of time but sometimes it's family that has to look after each other rather than relying on the council/government. Rememberscarborough

3:10pm Mon 4 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

Rememberscarborough wrote:
Hold on, if it was my mum that this had happened to I'd have tried to fix the bin or arrange for the waste to be bagged up and taken to the tip or shoved in my own bin. Yes, it's an inconvenience for a short period of time but sometimes it's family that has to look after each other rather than relying on the council/government.
Why don't you get your tools out and go and mend it then? Maybe the bin is beyond repair and that they have tried . Read the facts.
[quote][p][bold]Rememberscarborough[/bold] wrote: Hold on, if it was my mum that this had happened to I'd have tried to fix the bin or arrange for the waste to be bagged up and taken to the tip or shoved in my own bin. Yes, it's an inconvenience for a short period of time but sometimes it's family that has to look after each other rather than relying on the council/government.[/p][/quote]Why don't you get your tools out and go and mend it then? Maybe the bin is beyond repair and that they have tried . Read the facts. binmanbilly

3:12pm Mon 4 Feb 13

mdavies11 says...

binmanbilly "Look at the facts you ignorant C!?t " - No, you look at the facts you ignorant poo face.
binmanbilly "Look at the facts you ignorant C!?t " - No, you look at the facts you ignorant poo face. mdavies11

3:17pm Mon 4 Feb 13

macauley says...

MarkAllRead wrote:
If one of those binmen wrecks their back pulling that bin around and can't work for 6 weeks, do you think Mrs Hobson will be interested in paying his loss of earnings? Nah.. didn't think so. Mrs Hobson needs to stop being a victim.
correct,its all down to health and safety.
[quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: If one of those binmen wrecks their back pulling that bin around and can't work for 6 weeks, do you think Mrs Hobson will be interested in paying his loss of earnings? Nah.. didn't think so. Mrs Hobson needs to stop being a victim.[/p][/quote]correct,its all down to health and safety. macauley

3:20pm Mon 4 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

mdavies11 wrote:
binmanbilly "Look at the facts you ignorant C!?t " - No, you look at the facts you ignorant poo face.
Very grown up. how old are you ? 12
[quote][p][bold]mdavies11[/bold] wrote: binmanbilly "Look at the facts you ignorant C!?t " - No, you look at the facts you ignorant poo face.[/p][/quote]Very grown up. how old are you ? 12 binmanbilly

3:32pm Mon 4 Feb 13

mdavies11 says...

Sorry for you calling a poo face binmanbilly. I'll be a grown up and call you an "ignorant C!?t ", like you called me. So much more mature.
Sorry for you calling a poo face binmanbilly. I'll be a grown up and call you an "ignorant C!?t ", like you called me. So much more mature. mdavies11

4:12pm Mon 4 Feb 13

MarkAllRead says...

llcoolwayne wrote:
MarkAllRead wrote:
llcoolwayne wrote:
An elderly Lady can pull/drag her bin 50 mtrs but a bin person cant manage 5 mtrs, what are these people being paid for??? They need to do what we pay them for!!!
Er... the point is that we *don't* pay them to pull loaded bins that have a wheel missing. If this was an ongoing situation then she might have a point, but when they've asked her to just miss a week before the new bin arrives at the end of the week, then why's she moaning so much? Victim complex, that's what. I'm in a family of 4 and since we use all the recycling bins, we often don't put out our grey bin because there's very little in it. How mich rubbish is this woman really going to produce in a week?
it doesnt actually say that she put her bin out the week before, it might have been several weeks since it was last out out, so it may well have been full, markallread is not reading the story very well!!!!!
Given the moaning tone of the story, if this had been going on for several weeks I feel sure that the story or Mrs Hobson would have made this perfectly clear. As it is, the story strongly suggests that this has only happened once and she has a replacement bin coming at the end of the week. This really wasn't even much to complain about, least of all end up in the paper moaning about it.
[quote][p][bold]llcoolwayne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]llcoolwayne[/bold] wrote: An elderly Lady can pull/drag her bin 50 mtrs but a bin person cant manage 5 mtrs, what are these people being paid for??? They need to do what we pay them for!!![/p][/quote]Er... the point is that we *don't* pay them to pull loaded bins that have a wheel missing. If this was an ongoing situation then she might have a point, but when they've asked her to just miss a week before the new bin arrives at the end of the week, then why's she moaning so much? Victim complex, that's what. I'm in a family of 4 and since we use all the recycling bins, we often don't put out our grey bin because there's very little in it. How mich rubbish is this woman really going to produce in a week?[/p][/quote]it doesnt actually say that she put her bin out the week before, it might have been several weeks since it was last out out, so it may well have been full, markallread is not reading the story very well!!!!![/p][/quote]Given the moaning tone of the story, if this had been going on for several weeks I feel sure that the story or Mrs Hobson would have made this perfectly clear. As it is, the story strongly suggests that this has only happened once and she has a replacement bin coming at the end of the week. This really wasn't even much to complain about, least of all end up in the paper moaning about it. MarkAllRead

4:35pm Mon 4 Feb 13

MarkAllRead says...

And when her new bin turns up, can I suggest that the first thing she puts in it is that godawful coat.
And when her new bin turns up, can I suggest that the first thing she puts in it is that godawful coat. MarkAllRead

4:50pm Mon 4 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

MarkAllRead wrote:
And when her new bin turns up, can I suggest that the first thing she puts in it is that godawful coat.
it seems that MarkAllRead has a lot of time on his hands.
Should his name not be "Markreadsall,commen
tsoneverything,butkn
owsf**kall"
[quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: And when her new bin turns up, can I suggest that the first thing she puts in it is that godawful coat.[/p][/quote]it seems that MarkAllRead has a lot of time on his hands. Should his name not be "Markreadsall,commen tsoneverything,butkn owsf**kall" binmanbilly

5:15pm Mon 4 Feb 13

MarkAllRead says...

binmanbilly wrote:
MarkAllRead wrote:
And when her new bin turns up, can I suggest that the first thing she puts in it is that godawful coat.
it seems that MarkAllRead has a lot of time on his hands.
Should his name not be "Markreadsall,c
ommen
tsoneverything,butkn

owsf**kall"
Jeez mate, calm down.
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: And when her new bin turns up, can I suggest that the first thing she puts in it is that godawful coat.[/p][/quote]it seems that MarkAllRead has a lot of time on his hands. Should his name not be "Markreadsall,c ommen tsoneverything,butkn owsf**kall"[/p][/quote]Jeez mate, calm down. MarkAllRead

5:43pm Mon 4 Feb 13

127001 says...

Even without wheels the binmen don't even have to lift it. They only need to slide it along the ground (2 man job) then lever it onto the bin lorry which then would lift/empty the bin for them.

and whilst I'm at it, week in... week out our bins are never where they were placed originally - instead they are half way down the bloody road. Is it that hard to do a job properly?
Even without wheels the binmen don't even have to lift it. They only need to slide it along the ground (2 man job) then lever it onto the bin lorry which then would lift/empty the bin for them. and whilst I'm at it, week in... week out our bins are never where they were placed originally - instead they are half way down the bloody road. Is it that hard to do a job properly? 127001

6:20pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Beyond News Forum says...

I'm selling stickers for bins - I can't be ars@d recycling if you can't be ars@d walking up my path to collect my bin!

Give and take people give and take.

The council want us to do the hard work for them so they can earn millions from our recycled waste and collect grants plus avoid fines. We should all just start weighing in our own aluminum, glass etc. Take some cash away from this hard done to sub-standard council.
I'm selling stickers for bins - I can't be ars@d recycling if you can't be ars@d walking up my path to collect my bin! Give and take people give and take. The council want us to do the hard work for them so they can earn millions from our recycled waste and collect grants plus avoid fines. We should all just start weighing in our own aluminum, glass etc. Take some cash away from this hard done to sub-standard council. Beyond News Forum

7:45pm Mon 4 Feb 13

JustBecause says...

Lazy bastards regularly make a mess oour street by dropping stuff out of the back of the wagon, god help they actually pick it it......

It would have taken 5 mins for 2 of them to drag it to the wagon and throw it it, lazy jobs worth.
Lazy bastards regularly make a mess oour street by dropping stuff out of the back of the wagon, god help they actually pick it it...... It would have taken 5 mins for 2 of them to drag it to the wagon and throw it it, lazy jobs worth. JustBecause

8:22pm Mon 4 Feb 13

onlyinbolton says...

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... onlyinbolton

8:33pm Mon 4 Feb 13

onlyinbolton says...

when i was at school , if you was classed as "thick " or to use another politically incorrect term a "dunce" the teacher would say .... if you dont pass your exams you will end up as a binman.....
how wrong she was...i mean .maybe 50 years ago .. But now its got to rank right up their in employment !!!!
>>> Mark all read i think you should sort this bin out and personally place it on the bin kart... stick a skate board under it and slide it within 1 inch of these militant workers... as for pulling backs out .... LOL..good job they not in Construction......bu
nch of militant T@rts
when i was at school , if you was classed as "thick " or to use another politically incorrect term a "dunce" the teacher would say .... if you dont pass your exams you will end up as a binman..... how wrong she was...i mean .maybe 50 years ago .. But now its got to rank right up their in employment !!!! >>> Mark all read i think you should sort this bin out and personally place it on the bin kart... stick a skate board under it and slide it within 1 inch of these militant workers... as for pulling backs out .... LOL..good job they not in Construction......bu nch of militant T@rts onlyinbolton

8:34pm Mon 4 Feb 13

onlyinbolton says...

Beyond News Forum wrote:
I'm selling stickers for bins - I can't be ars@d recycling if you can't be ars@d walking up my path to collect my bin!

Give and take people give and take.

The council want us to do the hard work for them so they can earn millions from our recycled waste and collect grants plus avoid fines. We should all just start weighing in our own aluminum, glass etc. Take some cash away from this hard done to sub-standard council.
i can shift atleast 1000 of these .....Nice 1
[quote][p][bold]Beyond News Forum[/bold] wrote: I'm selling stickers for bins - I can't be ars@d recycling if you can't be ars@d walking up my path to collect my bin! Give and take people give and take. The council want us to do the hard work for them so they can earn millions from our recycled waste and collect grants plus avoid fines. We should all just start weighing in our own aluminum, glass etc. Take some cash away from this hard done to sub-standard council.[/p][/quote]i can shift atleast 1000 of these .....Nice 1 onlyinbolton

8:34pm Mon 4 Feb 13

tr1kky says...

They didn't empty mine one week, And when I enquired why? I was told it had 'concrete' in and this damages the crusher. The 'concrete' was actually cat litter!!!!
My grandad used to empty bins when you had to carry them on your back and had hot ashes in, he would laugh at what excuses they use not to empty bins now!!!
They didn't empty mine one week, And when I enquired why? I was told it had 'concrete' in and this damages the crusher. The 'concrete' was actually cat litter!!!! My grandad used to empty bins when you had to carry them on your back and had hot ashes in, he would laugh at what excuses they use not to empty bins now!!! tr1kky

9:06pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-)
People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-) Denis Tuborg

9:25pm Mon 4 Feb 13

bettybolton says...

most people commenting seem to be on the same page, they can't all be wrong - -jobsworths spring to mind, one less bin to empty the shorter their working day.
most people commenting seem to be on the same page, they can't all be wrong - -jobsworths spring to mind, one less bin to empty the shorter their working day. bettybolton

9:30pm Mon 4 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

Denis Tuborg wrote:
People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-)
Sound like you know a lot about it. Are you one of these jobsworths by anychance?
[quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-)[/p][/quote]Sound like you know a lot about it. Are you one of these jobsworths by anychance? binmanbilly

9:32pm Mon 4 Feb 13

onlyinbolton says...

Denis Tuborg wrote:
People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-)
den,,,shut up !
[quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-)[/p][/quote]den,,,shut up ! onlyinbolton

9:34pm Mon 4 Feb 13

onlyinbolton says...

7k more than some who work their fingers to the bone ...do you work for bolton council old chap ?
7k more than some who work their fingers to the bone ...do you work for bolton council old chap ? onlyinbolton

9:44pm Mon 4 Feb 13

Undetectableman says...

Funny but we have a binperson who comes round our patch before the wagon arrives on the scene and his sole aim in life is to empty as many wheelie bins into one by physically lifting and tipping them into each other yet they cannot it seems between several of them manage to lift one bin into position to get it emptied into the wagon So this clown that does the one bin into another one can only assume is looking to put in a substantial personal injury claim to this employers and screw them (and us the taxpayer) for as much compensation as he can get!! Health and Safety is a complete nonsense at times and this is undoubtedly one of them!!! what a sad world we are now heading into where common sense is replaced by "compensationitis"
Funny but we have a binperson who comes round our patch before the wagon arrives on the scene and his sole aim in life is to empty as many wheelie bins into one by physically lifting and tipping them into each other yet they cannot it seems between several of them manage to lift one bin into position to get it emptied into the wagon So this clown that does the one bin into another one can only assume is looking to put in a substantial personal injury claim to this employers and screw them (and us the taxpayer) for as much compensation as he can get!! Health and Safety is a complete nonsense at times and this is undoubtedly one of them!!! what a sad world we are now heading into where common sense is replaced by "compensationitis" Undetectableman

9:49pm Mon 4 Feb 13

hatonfire says...

What is the world coming too. Someone didn't have their bin emptied and it's in the local paper. Not only that but a photographer was sent out to take her picture. Looking at the result of his (no doubt expensive days work) he didn't say 'Smile' but 'Look as miserable as you can'.

Ah well it's the councils fault all this.

Has anyone questioned the ridiculous waste of time this is?

Some poster said 'When bin men were bin men they put the bins on their back and emptied them'. Very true, but lets hope that times have moved on since then and life is easier for us all'

Talking about how life used to be. Can you imagine if 20yr- 30yrs ago someone rang the BEN and said 'My bin's not been emptied' and the BEN editor thought 'Hell fire this is one big story. Hold the front page. Get the guy with the camera out there double quick'.

Why on earth is this non-story considered newsworthy?
I think it's just a silly attempt to criticise the council.
What is the world coming too. Someone didn't have their bin emptied and it's in the local paper. Not only that but a photographer was sent out to take her picture. Looking at the result of his (no doubt expensive days work) he didn't say 'Smile' but 'Look as miserable as you can'. Ah well it's the councils fault all this. Has anyone questioned the ridiculous waste of time this is? Some poster said 'When bin men were bin men they put the bins on their back and emptied them'. Very true, but lets hope that times have moved on since then and life is easier for us all' Talking about how life used to be. Can you imagine if 20yr- 30yrs ago someone rang the BEN and said 'My bin's not been emptied' and the BEN editor thought 'Hell fire this is one big story. Hold the front page. Get the guy with the camera out there double quick'. Why on earth is this non-story considered newsworthy? I think it's just a silly attempt to criticise the council. hatonfire

9:56pm Mon 4 Feb 13

bwfc58 says...

I am sick to my back teeth with these lazy Binmen Well i would not call them men more like little boys. i leave my bins in Line at the side of my Fence then when i come home from Work i find them all over the place . once i caught the little boy putting the Garden Waste of next door into Mine as i was on Holiday that day and he put lots of it on my drive well lets say i went out and made him pick it up and put it in the Bin . and i bet they get a big wage for doing such an easy job .what the saying not bad if you can get it
I am sick to my back teeth with these lazy Binmen Well i would not call them men more like little boys. i leave my bins in Line at the side of my Fence then when i come home from Work i find them all over the place . once i caught the little boy putting the Garden Waste of next door into Mine as i was on Holiday that day and he put lots of it on my drive well lets say i went out and made him pick it up and put it in the Bin . and i bet they get a big wage for doing such an easy job .what the saying not bad if you can get it bwfc58

10:17pm Mon 4 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

hatonfire wrote:
What is the world coming too. Someone didn't have their bin emptied and it's in the local paper. Not only that but a photographer was sent out to take her picture. Looking at the result of his (no doubt expensive days work) he didn't say 'Smile' but 'Look as miserable as you can'. Ah well it's the councils fault all this. Has anyone questioned the ridiculous waste of time this is? Some poster said 'When bin men were bin men they put the bins on their back and emptied them'. Very true, but lets hope that times have moved on since then and life is easier for us all' Talking about how life used to be. Can you imagine if 20yr- 30yrs ago someone rang the BEN and said 'My bin's not been emptied' and the BEN editor thought 'Hell fire this is one big story. Hold the front page. Get the guy with the camera out there double quick'. Why on earth is this non-story considered newsworthy? I think it's just a silly attempt to criticise the council.
Another Bolton council jobsworth?
[quote][p][bold]hatonfire[/bold] wrote: What is the world coming too. Someone didn't have their bin emptied and it's in the local paper. Not only that but a photographer was sent out to take her picture. Looking at the result of his (no doubt expensive days work) he didn't say 'Smile' but 'Look as miserable as you can'. Ah well it's the councils fault all this. Has anyone questioned the ridiculous waste of time this is? Some poster said 'When bin men were bin men they put the bins on their back and emptied them'. Very true, but lets hope that times have moved on since then and life is easier for us all' Talking about how life used to be. Can you imagine if 20yr- 30yrs ago someone rang the BEN and said 'My bin's not been emptied' and the BEN editor thought 'Hell fire this is one big story. Hold the front page. Get the guy with the camera out there double quick'. Why on earth is this non-story considered newsworthy? I think it's just a silly attempt to criticise the council.[/p][/quote]Another Bolton council jobsworth? binmanbilly

11:36pm Mon 4 Feb 13

pecky2k says...

One of my neighbours had a recovery truck outside his house, my car has been parked outside my house for last 6 years without issue. The binman was banging hell out of my door at 7am asking me to move my car. Asked him why and he pointed to the recovery truck saying he couldnt get through. I had serious problems that morning and said that he should approach my neighbour instead, he then yelled at me that he wouldnt empty my bin, I gave him a mouthful back and thought that was the end of it. Not so, later that same night I got a takeaway sent to my house that I had not ordered, so not only did he not empty my bin that week, possibly sent takeaway to me but they missed the following week too. The binmen are pampered now, if the lids open by more than 2 inches to leave it, if it feels heavy leave it, needless to say I am not surprised at Mrs Hobson's situation, hope the binmen's collections trouble them in the same way!
One of my neighbours had a recovery truck outside his house, my car has been parked outside my house for last 6 years without issue. The binman was banging hell out of my door at 7am asking me to move my car. Asked him why and he pointed to the recovery truck saying he couldnt get through. I had serious problems that morning and said that he should approach my neighbour instead, he then yelled at me that he wouldnt empty my bin, I gave him a mouthful back and thought that was the end of it. Not so, later that same night I got a takeaway sent to my house that I had not ordered, so not only did he not empty my bin that week, possibly sent takeaway to me but they missed the following week too. The binmen are pampered now, if the lids open by more than 2 inches to leave it, if it feels heavy leave it, needless to say I am not surprised at Mrs Hobson's situation, hope the binmen's collections trouble them in the same way! pecky2k

4:33am Tue 5 Feb 13

joeski says...

This is newsworthy? I want to use words like !?*% in my following entry but I will have to paraphrase. Our bin has been emptied only 3 times in the last 11 weeks - we have bin bags stacking up in our back yard because some ignorant 'neighbour' (paraphrase 1) parks their car in the back street and the bin 'men' (paraphrase 2) can't get past. I have phoned the council and the 'gentleman' (paraphrase 3) I get through to usually tells me that he doesn't know why. I have fronted the bin 'men' (parahrrase 4) about this many times and they point to the parked car and say that's why they won't empty the bin I have ended up taking Christmas waste to the tip in my car even though I pay council tax just like the 'lady' (paraphrase 5) in this 'story'(paraphrase 6). I long for the old days when binmen were men and took pride in theier jobs but those days are gone, we live in a society where most people whether they are council employees or not are look ing for a quick compensation claim. It's sad but it's the way it is and it will just get worse. I really can't believe that people actually took the time to write on here that thier bin wasn't put back where it was left and they had to walk a few yards extra to fetch it in. Dear me, I really feel for you...
This is newsworthy? I want to use words like !?*% in my following entry but I will have to paraphrase. Our bin has been emptied only 3 times in the last 11 weeks - we have bin bags stacking up in our back yard because some ignorant 'neighbour' (paraphrase 1) parks their car in the back street and the bin 'men' (paraphrase 2) can't get past. I have phoned the council and the 'gentleman' (paraphrase 3) I get through to usually tells me that he doesn't know why. I have fronted the bin 'men' (parahrrase 4) about this many times and they point to the parked car and say that's why they won't empty the bin I have ended up taking Christmas waste to the tip in my car even though I pay council tax just like the 'lady' (paraphrase 5) in this 'story'(paraphrase 6). I long for the old days when binmen were men and took pride in theier jobs but those days are gone, we live in a society where most people whether they are council employees or not are look ing for a quick compensation claim. It's sad but it's the way it is and it will just get worse. I really can't believe that people actually took the time to write on here that thier bin wasn't put back where it was left and they had to walk a few yards extra to fetch it in. Dear me, I really feel for you... joeski

4:56am Tue 5 Feb 13

127001 says...

joeski wrote:
This is newsworthy? I want to use words like !?*% in my following entry but I will have to paraphrase. Our bin has been emptied only 3 times in the last 11 weeks - we have bin bags stacking up in our back yard because some ignorant 'neighbour' (paraphrase 1) parks their car in the back street and the bin 'men' (paraphrase 2) can't get past. I have phoned the council and the 'gentleman' (paraphrase 3) I get through to usually tells me that he doesn't know why. I have fronted the bin 'men' (parahrrase 4) about this many times and they point to the parked car and say that's why they won't empty the bin I have ended up taking Christmas waste to the tip in my car even though I pay council tax just like the 'lady' (paraphrase 5) in this 'story'(paraphrase 6). I long for the old days when binmen were men and took pride in theier jobs but those days are gone, we live in a society where most people whether they are council employees or not are look ing for a quick compensation claim. It's sad but it's the way it is and it will just get worse. I really can't believe that people actually took the time to write on here that thier bin wasn't put back where it was left and they had to walk a few yards extra to fetch it in. Dear me, I really feel for you...
" I really can't believe that people actually took the time to write on here that thier bin wasn't put back where it was left and they had to walk a few yards extra to fetch it in. Dear me, I really feel for you..."

sorry, but it's called having pride in your job. It's not difficult to put things back where they came from is it? Not only does it make the pavements a mess it also causes an obstruction for pedestrians - some of whom end up walking in the road (pensioners/folk with prams etc)

The council harp on about keeping Bolton clean/tidy... then why cant some of their employees?
[quote][p][bold]joeski[/bold] wrote: This is newsworthy? I want to use words like !?*% in my following entry but I will have to paraphrase. Our bin has been emptied only 3 times in the last 11 weeks - we have bin bags stacking up in our back yard because some ignorant 'neighbour' (paraphrase 1) parks their car in the back street and the bin 'men' (paraphrase 2) can't get past. I have phoned the council and the 'gentleman' (paraphrase 3) I get through to usually tells me that he doesn't know why. I have fronted the bin 'men' (parahrrase 4) about this many times and they point to the parked car and say that's why they won't empty the bin I have ended up taking Christmas waste to the tip in my car even though I pay council tax just like the 'lady' (paraphrase 5) in this 'story'(paraphrase 6). I long for the old days when binmen were men and took pride in theier jobs but those days are gone, we live in a society where most people whether they are council employees or not are look ing for a quick compensation claim. It's sad but it's the way it is and it will just get worse. I really can't believe that people actually took the time to write on here that thier bin wasn't put back where it was left and they had to walk a few yards extra to fetch it in. Dear me, I really feel for you...[/p][/quote]" I really can't believe that people actually took the time to write on here that thier bin wasn't put back where it was left and they had to walk a few yards extra to fetch it in. Dear me, I really feel for you..." sorry, but it's called having pride in your job. It's not difficult to put things back where they came from is it? Not only does it make the pavements a mess it also causes an obstruction for pedestrians - some of whom end up walking in the road (pensioners/folk with prams etc) The council harp on about keeping Bolton clean/tidy... then why cant some of their employees? 127001

6:23am Tue 5 Feb 13

leesa marie says...

one rule for one, one rule for another,i know few binlads and i know the corners they cut through tell me there own stories and very wrong they are,this poor lady has evey right to be upset, alot these binlads are lazy lumps,such tiring job they ave hooking a bin on to waggon then dumping the bin not where it was collected from ,start at 7am and finish by 12pm ,good pay for doing what? back in the day where real binmen humped and lumped the bins on there back had more respect and it was given back to them ,i wouldnt let this drop if it was my mum id be fuming to .
one rule for one, one rule for another,i know few binlads and i know the corners they cut through tell me there own stories and very wrong they are,this poor lady has evey right to be upset, alot these binlads are lazy lumps,such tiring job they ave hooking a bin on to waggon then dumping the bin not where it was collected from ,start at 7am and finish by 12pm ,good pay for doing what? back in the day where real binmen humped and lumped the bins on there back had more respect and it was given back to them ,i wouldnt let this drop if it was my mum id be fuming to . leesa marie

8:09am Tue 5 Feb 13

hoboh2o says...

Undetectableman wrote:
Funny but we have a binperson who comes round our patch before the wagon arrives on the scene and his sole aim in life is to empty as many wheelie bins into one by physically lifting and tipping them into each other yet they cannot it seems between several of them manage to lift one bin into position to get it emptied into the wagon So this clown that does the one bin into another one can only assume is looking to put in a substantial personal injury claim to this employers and screw them (and us the taxpayer) for as much compensation as he can get!! Health and Safety is a complete nonsense at times and this is undoubtedly one of them!!! what a sad world we are now heading into where common sense is replaced by "compensationit
is"
One of them does that round here, emptys the contents of the purple bin into someone elses or at least did until the wife caught him and demanded what the hell he was doing putting someone elses rubbish in her bin. Guess what, he couldn't give a legit answer. One body too many on that crew if you ask me no wonder the poor are about to get polltaxed on property, come on fat controller give us the answer why this is happening or just resign!
[quote][p][bold]Undetectableman[/bold] wrote: Funny but we have a binperson who comes round our patch before the wagon arrives on the scene and his sole aim in life is to empty as many wheelie bins into one by physically lifting and tipping them into each other yet they cannot it seems between several of them manage to lift one bin into position to get it emptied into the wagon So this clown that does the one bin into another one can only assume is looking to put in a substantial personal injury claim to this employers and screw them (and us the taxpayer) for as much compensation as he can get!! Health and Safety is a complete nonsense at times and this is undoubtedly one of them!!! what a sad world we are now heading into where common sense is replaced by "compensationit is"[/p][/quote]One of them does that round here, emptys the contents of the purple bin into someone elses or at least did until the wife caught him and demanded what the hell he was doing putting someone elses rubbish in her bin. Guess what, he couldn't give a legit answer. One body too many on that crew if you ask me no wonder the poor are about to get polltaxed on property, come on fat controller give us the answer why this is happening or just resign! hoboh2o

8:32am Tue 5 Feb 13

yonmons says...

Dont set me off on Binmen, had many a run in with them over the years, and their bosses. Just another tail of how it is with them. Any excuse not to empty a bin. What is it with Bolton and his sad excuse for a bin collection service, I live in Portsmouth now and have to say they are excellent round here, even collect on Monday if its a PUBLIC holiday. No issues weekly collections no whinging about them in the local press, so it can be done.
Dont set me off on Binmen, had many a run in with them over the years, and their bosses. Just another tail of how it is with them. Any excuse not to empty a bin. What is it with Bolton and his sad excuse for a bin collection service, I live in Portsmouth now and have to say they are excellent round here, even collect on Monday if its a PUBLIC holiday. No issues weekly collections no whinging about them in the local press, so it can be done. yonmons

12:22pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Changing times says...

Exemplifies the current problems were people expect the Council to solve everything and immediately.

Either wait a week for your new bin or go to the tip yourself rather than moan or store a few bags of waste and put them in the new bin when it arrives....... It's not going to kill you.
Exemplifies the current problems were people expect the Council to solve everything and immediately. Either wait a week for your new bin or go to the tip yourself rather than moan or store a few bags of waste and put them in the new bin when it arrives....... It's not going to kill you. Changing times

12:54pm Tue 5 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

Changing times wrote:
Exemplifies the current problems were people expect the Council to solve everything and immediately.

Either wait a week for your new bin or go to the tip yourself rather than moan or store a few bags of waste and put them in the new bin when it arrives....... It's not going to kill you.
Is this not what we pay our council tax for? When you phone the call centre you are told "you have to wait a week ,that's the system". Yet when the press become involved and there's a chance a of a bit of adverse publicity suddenly the system can be altered and the new bin arrives and the broken bin and contents are removed within 4 hours.
JOBSWORTHS
[quote][p][bold]Changing times[/bold] wrote: Exemplifies the current problems were people expect the Council to solve everything and immediately. Either wait a week for your new bin or go to the tip yourself rather than moan or store a few bags of waste and put them in the new bin when it arrives....... It's not going to kill you.[/p][/quote]Is this not what we pay our council tax for? When you phone the call centre you are told "you have to wait a week ,that's the system". Yet when the press become involved and there's a chance a of a bit of adverse publicity suddenly the system can be altered and the new bin arrives and the broken bin and contents are removed within 4 hours. JOBSWORTHS binmanbilly

3:24pm Tue 5 Feb 13

MarkAllRead says...

Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?
Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen? MarkAllRead

3:54pm Tue 5 Feb 13

steveG says...

MarkAllRead wrote:
Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?
Long waiting list and always has been.
Any job ending in men has a lot of people wanting that job.
Firemen,Policemen,Am
bulance men, Bin men, store men,doormen, Foremen, all well paid and sought after jobs.
[quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?[/p][/quote]Long waiting list and always has been. Any job ending in men has a lot of people wanting that job. Firemen,Policemen,Am bulance men, Bin men, store men,doormen, Foremen, all well paid and sought after jobs. steveG

4:22pm Tue 5 Feb 13

maz1492 says...

♫♪ You picked a fine time to leave me ♪ loosewheel ♪♫
♫♪ You picked a fine time to leave me ♪ loosewheel ♪♫ maz1492

6:36pm Tue 5 Feb 13

MOANYMUM says...

OMG why is this even NEWS!!
And I can't believe how many people just wanted to use this story to slag off the binmen! Personally I wouldn't do their job for a gold pig.
I do agree though that they could have still emptied the bin with one wheel but the fact this lady has to wait for a new bin and will miss a collection can't be that much of a problem, surely it wouldn't be that full anyway. Mother of 3 but surely these people are adults now?? Do they live at home??
We sometimes don't put ours out because it's not even half full. We tend to recycle most rubbish so there is very little actually goes in my grey bin.
OMG why is this even NEWS!! And I can't believe how many people just wanted to use this story to slag off the binmen! Personally I wouldn't do their job for a gold pig. I do agree though that they could have still emptied the bin with one wheel but the fact this lady has to wait for a new bin and will miss a collection can't be that much of a problem, surely it wouldn't be that full anyway. Mother of 3 but surely these people are adults now?? Do they live at home?? We sometimes don't put ours out because it's not even half full. We tend to recycle most rubbish so there is very little actually goes in my grey bin. MOANYMUM

7:00pm Tue 5 Feb 13

hatonfire says...

Why did this woman ring the BN news desk with this stupid 'Non-story'?. But more importantly why did the paper think it was worth devoting column inches and sending out a photographer who then told her to 'Frown now' before he took her pic.

I can only assume the reason the BN gave this 'Wheel falls off bin' story any credence is because the owners have a certain political bias, much the same as the rest of the media.
Why did this woman ring the BN news desk with this stupid 'Non-story'?. But more importantly why did the paper think it was worth devoting column inches and sending out a photographer who then told her to 'Frown now' before he took her pic. I can only assume the reason the BN gave this 'Wheel falls off bin' story any credence is because the owners have a certain political bias, much the same as the rest of the media. hatonfire

7:39pm Tue 5 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

hatonfire wrote:
Why did this woman ring the BN news desk with this stupid 'Non-story'?. But more importantly why did the paper think it was worth devoting column inches and sending out a photographer who then told her to 'Frown now' before he took her pic. I can only assume the reason the BN gave this 'Wheel falls off bin' story any credence is because the owners have a certain political bias, much the same as the rest of the media.
Another council employee?
[quote][p][bold]hatonfire[/bold] wrote: Why did this woman ring the BN news desk with this stupid 'Non-story'?. But more importantly why did the paper think it was worth devoting column inches and sending out a photographer who then told her to 'Frown now' before he took her pic. I can only assume the reason the BN gave this 'Wheel falls off bin' story any credence is because the owners have a certain political bias, much the same as the rest of the media.[/p][/quote]Another council employee? binmanbilly

8:02pm Tue 5 Feb 13

hatonfire says...

Definitely not nor ever have worked for the council (I'm now retired now if you must know).
I'm merely pointing out the feebleness of this 'Wheel falls of bin' story.
Definitely not nor ever have worked for the council (I'm now retired now if you must know). I'm merely pointing out the feebleness of this 'Wheel falls of bin' story. hatonfire

8:08pm Tue 5 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

hatonfire wrote:
Definitely not nor ever have worked for the council (I'm now retired now if you must know). I'm merely pointing out the feebleness of this 'Wheel falls of bin' story.
So feeble that you read it and took time to comment . I suppose you're not that interested really , just supporting the wonderful council
[quote][p][bold]hatonfire[/bold] wrote: Definitely not nor ever have worked for the council (I'm now retired now if you must know). I'm merely pointing out the feebleness of this 'Wheel falls of bin' story.[/p][/quote]So feeble that you read it and took time to comment . I suppose you're not that interested really , just supporting the wonderful council binmanbilly

8:54pm Tue 5 Feb 13

hatonfire says...

Yeah, I read this feeble and pathetic story, I read most articles, doesn't mean they are any good or not.
You don't know until you read them.
So are you telling me that this is a good piece of journalism.
Yeah, I read this feeble and pathetic story, I read most articles, doesn't mean they are any good or not. You don't know until you read them. So are you telling me that this is a good piece of journalism. hatonfire

12:25am Wed 6 Feb 13

Marzi30 says...

More importantly, will the Council be providing bins with sledge blades on for when it is snowing ?
More importantly, will the Council be providing bins with sledge blades on for when it is snowing ? Marzi30

12:31pm Wed 6 Feb 13

MarkAllRead says...

steveG wrote:
MarkAllRead wrote:
Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?
Long waiting list and always has been.
Any job ending in men has a lot of people wanting that job.
Firemen,Policemen,Am

bulance men, Bin men, store men,doormen, Foremen, all well paid and sought after jobs.
So this is just jealousy then yeah? And for the record, I don't think I'd want any of those jobs, especially a binman or a doorman.
[quote][p][bold]steveG[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?[/p][/quote]Long waiting list and always has been. Any job ending in men has a lot of people wanting that job. Firemen,Policemen,Am bulance men, Bin men, store men,doormen, Foremen, all well paid and sought after jobs.[/p][/quote]So this is just jealousy then yeah? And for the record, I don't think I'd want any of those jobs, especially a binman or a doorman. MarkAllRead

3:34pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Towny1981 says...

MarkAllRead wrote:
steveG wrote:
MarkAllRead wrote:
Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?
Long waiting list and always has been.
Any job ending in men has a lot of people wanting that job.
Firemen,Policemen,Am


bulance men, Bin men, store men,doormen, Foremen, all well paid and sought after jobs.
So this is just jealousy then yeah? And for the record, I don't think I'd want any of those jobs, especially a binman or a doorman.
What about Merman?
[quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steveG[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?[/p][/quote]Long waiting list and always has been. Any job ending in men has a lot of people wanting that job. Firemen,Policemen,Am bulance men, Bin men, store men,doormen, Foremen, all well paid and sought after jobs.[/p][/quote]So this is just jealousy then yeah? And for the record, I don't think I'd want any of those jobs, especially a binman or a doorman.[/p][/quote]What about Merman? Towny1981

4:23pm Wed 6 Feb 13

mralwayscorrect says...

Towny1981 wrote:
MarkAllRead wrote:
steveG wrote:
MarkAllRead wrote: Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?
Long waiting list and always has been. Any job ending in men has a lot of people wanting that job. Firemen,Policemen,Am bulance men, Bin men, store men,doormen, Foremen, all well paid and sought after jobs.
So this is just jealousy then yeah? And for the record, I don't think I'd want any of those jobs, especially a binman or a doorman.
What about Merman?
Merman - MEEERRRRMMMMAAAAANNN
N!
[quote][p][bold]Towny1981[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]steveG[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?[/p][/quote]Long waiting list and always has been. Any job ending in men has a lot of people wanting that job. Firemen,Policemen,Am bulance men, Bin men, store men,doormen, Foremen, all well paid and sought after jobs.[/p][/quote]So this is just jealousy then yeah? And for the record, I don't think I'd want any of those jobs, especially a binman or a doorman.[/p][/quote]What about Merman?[/p][/quote]Merman - MEEERRRRMMMMAAAAANNN N! mralwayscorrect

4:25pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Towny1981 says...

I think I got the Black Lung, pa!
I think I got the Black Lung, pa! Towny1981

6:15pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-)
Sound like you know a lot about it. Are you one of these jobsworths by anychance?
binmanbilly, lol just like a wheelie bin you are full of sh*t !!! wind your fkin neck in you Rsole :-)
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-)[/p][/quote]Sound like you know a lot about it. Are you one of these jobsworths by anychance?[/p][/quote]binmanbilly, lol just like a wheelie bin you are full of sh*t !!! wind your fkin neck in you Rsole :-) Denis Tuborg

6:22pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

onlyinbolton wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-)
den,,,shut up !
onlyinbolton!!!! No you shatttup !!!
[quote][p][bold]onlyinbolton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-)[/p][/quote]den,,,shut up ![/p][/quote]onlyinbolton!!!! No you shatttup !!! Denis Tuborg

6:31pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

hatonfire wrote:
What is the world coming too. Someone didn't have their bin emptied and it's in the local paper. Not only that but a photographer was sent out to take her picture. Looking at the result of his (no doubt expensive days work) he didn't say 'Smile' but 'Look as miserable as you can'.

Ah well it's the councils fault all this.

Has anyone questioned the ridiculous waste of time this is?

Some poster said 'When bin men were bin men they put the bins on their back and emptied them'. Very true, but lets hope that times have moved on since then and life is easier for us all'

Talking about how life used to be. Can you imagine if 20yr- 30yrs ago someone rang the BEN and said 'My bin's not been emptied' and the BEN editor thought 'Hell fire this is one big story. Hold the front page. Get the guy with the camera out there double quick'.

Why on earth is this non-story considered newsworthy?
I think it's just a silly attempt to criticise the council.
hatonfire, God bless you and thank goodness there are still some sensible people in Bolton :-)
[quote][p][bold]hatonfire[/bold] wrote: What is the world coming too. Someone didn't have their bin emptied and it's in the local paper. Not only that but a photographer was sent out to take her picture. Looking at the result of his (no doubt expensive days work) he didn't say 'Smile' but 'Look as miserable as you can'. Ah well it's the councils fault all this. Has anyone questioned the ridiculous waste of time this is? Some poster said 'When bin men were bin men they put the bins on their back and emptied them'. Very true, but lets hope that times have moved on since then and life is easier for us all' Talking about how life used to be. Can you imagine if 20yr- 30yrs ago someone rang the BEN and said 'My bin's not been emptied' and the BEN editor thought 'Hell fire this is one big story. Hold the front page. Get the guy with the camera out there double quick'. Why on earth is this non-story considered newsworthy? I think it's just a silly attempt to criticise the council.[/p][/quote]hatonfire, God bless you and thank goodness there are still some sensible people in Bolton :-) Denis Tuborg

6:31pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

hatonfire wrote:
What is the world coming too. Someone didn't have their bin emptied and it's in the local paper. Not only that but a photographer was sent out to take her picture. Looking at the result of his (no doubt expensive days work) he didn't say 'Smile' but 'Look as miserable as you can'.

Ah well it's the councils fault all this.

Has anyone questioned the ridiculous waste of time this is?

Some poster said 'When bin men were bin men they put the bins on their back and emptied them'. Very true, but lets hope that times have moved on since then and life is easier for us all'

Talking about how life used to be. Can you imagine if 20yr- 30yrs ago someone rang the BEN and said 'My bin's not been emptied' and the BEN editor thought 'Hell fire this is one big story. Hold the front page. Get the guy with the camera out there double quick'.

Why on earth is this non-story considered newsworthy?
I think it's just a silly attempt to criticise the council.
hatonfire, God bless you and thank goodness there are still some sensible people in Bolton :-)
[quote][p][bold]hatonfire[/bold] wrote: What is the world coming too. Someone didn't have their bin emptied and it's in the local paper. Not only that but a photographer was sent out to take her picture. Looking at the result of his (no doubt expensive days work) he didn't say 'Smile' but 'Look as miserable as you can'. Ah well it's the councils fault all this. Has anyone questioned the ridiculous waste of time this is? Some poster said 'When bin men were bin men they put the bins on their back and emptied them'. Very true, but lets hope that times have moved on since then and life is easier for us all' Talking about how life used to be. Can you imagine if 20yr- 30yrs ago someone rang the BEN and said 'My bin's not been emptied' and the BEN editor thought 'Hell fire this is one big story. Hold the front page. Get the guy with the camera out there double quick'. Why on earth is this non-story considered newsworthy? I think it's just a silly attempt to criticise the council.[/p][/quote]hatonfire, God bless you and thank goodness there are still some sensible people in Bolton :-) Denis Tuborg

6:37pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

bwfc58 wrote:
I am sick to my back teeth with these lazy Binmen Well i would not call them men more like little boys. i leave my bins in Line at the side of my Fence then when i come home from Work i find them all over the place . once i caught the little boy putting the Garden Waste of next door into Mine as i was on Holiday that day and he put lots of it on my drive well lets say i went out and made him pick it up and put it in the Bin . and i bet they get a big wage for doing such an easy job .what the saying not bad if you can get it
bwfc58!!! like a balloon your full of hot air geta life you sad tw*t.....
[quote][p][bold]bwfc58[/bold] wrote: I am sick to my back teeth with these lazy Binmen Well i would not call them men more like little boys. i leave my bins in Line at the side of my Fence then when i come home from Work i find them all over the place . once i caught the little boy putting the Garden Waste of next door into Mine as i was on Holiday that day and he put lots of it on my drive well lets say i went out and made him pick it up and put it in the Bin . and i bet they get a big wage for doing such an easy job .what the saying not bad if you can get it[/p][/quote]bwfc58!!! like a balloon your full of hot air geta life you sad tw*t..... Denis Tuborg

6:47pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

leesa marie wrote:
one rule for one, one rule for another,i know few binlads and i know the corners they cut through tell me there own stories and very wrong they are,this poor lady has evey right to be upset, alot these binlads are lazy lumps,such tiring job they ave hooking a bin on to waggon then dumping the bin not where it was collected from ,start at 7am and finish by 12pm ,good pay for doing what? back in the day where real binmen humped and lumped the bins on there back had more respect and it was given back to them ,i wouldnt let this drop if it was my mum id be fuming to .
Leesa marie..... you're a sad, sad, sad, little puppy, get a life, get a job and get over yourself ****
[quote][p][bold]leesa marie[/bold] wrote: one rule for one, one rule for another,i know few binlads and i know the corners they cut through tell me there own stories and very wrong they are,this poor lady has evey right to be upset, alot these binlads are lazy lumps,such tiring job they ave hooking a bin on to waggon then dumping the bin not where it was collected from ,start at 7am and finish by 12pm ,good pay for doing what? back in the day where real binmen humped and lumped the bins on there back had more respect and it was given back to them ,i wouldnt let this drop if it was my mum id be fuming to .[/p][/quote]Leesa marie..... you're a sad, sad, sad, little puppy, get a life, get a job and get over yourself **** Denis Tuborg

7:00pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

yonmons wrote:
Dont set me off on Binmen, had many a run in with them over the years, and their bosses. Just another tail of how it is with them. Any excuse not to empty a bin. What is it with Bolton and his sad excuse for a bin collection service, I live in Portsmouth now and have to say they are excellent round here, even collect on Monday if its a PUBLIC holiday. No issues weekly collections no whinging about them in the local press, so it can be done.
Yonmons!!! doh! Bolton binmen have worked bank holidays (except Christmas and Boxing day) for the last fifteen years so wind your neck in you "know nowt"!!!!
[quote][p][bold]yonmons[/bold] wrote: Dont set me off on Binmen, had many a run in with them over the years, and their bosses. Just another tail of how it is with them. Any excuse not to empty a bin. What is it with Bolton and his sad excuse for a bin collection service, I live in Portsmouth now and have to say they are excellent round here, even collect on Monday if its a PUBLIC holiday. No issues weekly collections no whinging about them in the local press, so it can be done.[/p][/quote]Yonmons!!! doh! Bolton binmen have worked bank holidays (except Christmas and Boxing day) for the last fifteen years so wind your neck in you "know nowt"!!!! Denis Tuborg

7:03pm Wed 6 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha binmanbilly

9:03pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

binmanbilly wrote:
Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!! Denis Tuborg

9:03pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

binmanbilly wrote:
Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!! Denis Tuborg

9:03pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

binmanbilly wrote:
Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!! Denis Tuborg

10:38pm Wed 6 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!!
[quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!![/p][/quote]Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!! binmanbilly

9:03am Thu 7 Feb 13

Towny1981 says...

My dad could have your dad.
My dad could have your dad. Towny1981

9:26am Thu 7 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

Towny1981 wrote:
My dad could have your dad.
Haha . Don't get Denis going, he's going to have a heart attack , but he'll post it 3 times so we all get the message .
[quote][p][bold]Towny1981[/bold] wrote: My dad could have your dad.[/p][/quote]Haha . Don't get Denis going, he's going to have a heart attack , but he'll post it 3 times so we all get the message . binmanbilly

7:36pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!!
ha ha where's that then billythebellend in billythebellend world!!! whats the company called? Billythebellends'R'u
s or billythebellend'R'so
les!!! hasta luago tu' campanilla fin :-)
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!![/p][/quote]Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!![/p][/quote]ha ha where's that then billythebellend in billythebellend world!!! whats the company called? Billythebellends'R'u s or billythebellend'R'so les!!! hasta luago tu' campanilla fin :-) Denis Tuborg

7:37pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!!
ha ha where's that then billythebellend in billythebellend world!!! whats the company called? Billythebellends'R'u
s or billythebellend'R'so
les!!! hasta luago tu' campanilla fin :-)
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!![/p][/quote]Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!![/p][/quote]ha ha where's that then billythebellend in billythebellend world!!! whats the company called? Billythebellends'R'u s or billythebellend'R'so les!!! hasta luago tu' campanilla fin :-) Denis Tuborg

9:14pm Thu 7 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

Why have you only posted your comment twice this time? Have you cracked up Denis?
Why have you only posted your comment twice this time? Have you cracked up Denis? binmanbilly

9:57pm Thu 7 Feb 13

FatMorrisOut says...

MarkAllRead wrote:
Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?
Course it's easy, I set off for Work at 7:20am bin at the end of the drive, sorry council, too early?? the bin men reverse their van right up to the drive, pull the bin a yard, attach it to a van an let the mechanism empty it, wow really hard.
[quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?[/p][/quote]Course it's easy, I set off for Work at 7:20am bin at the end of the drive, sorry council, too early?? the bin men reverse their van right up to the drive, pull the bin a yard, attach it to a van an let the mechanism empty it, wow really hard. FatMorrisOut

10:02pm Thu 7 Feb 13

FatMorrisOut says...

binmanbilly wrote:
Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Tuborg been ousted . . . . . . Morris yes man. Bin men are lazy, overpaid morons.
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Tuborg been ousted . . . . . . Morris yes man. Bin men are lazy, overpaid morons. FatMorrisOut

10:07pm Thu 7 Feb 13

MarkAllRead says...

FatMorrisOut wrote:
MarkAllRead wrote:
Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?
Course it's easy, I set off for Work at 7:20am bin at the end of the drive, sorry council, too early?? the bin men reverse their van right up to the drive, pull the bin a yard, attach it to a van an let the mechanism empty it, wow really hard.
So why aren't you a binman then?
[quote][p][bold]FatMorrisOut[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?[/p][/quote]Course it's easy, I set off for Work at 7:20am bin at the end of the drive, sorry council, too early?? the bin men reverse their van right up to the drive, pull the bin a yard, attach it to a van an let the mechanism empty it, wow really hard.[/p][/quote]So why aren't you a binman then? MarkAllRead

10:10pm Thu 7 Feb 13

before and after garden servies says...

she is lucky she didnt have to pay for a new bin
she is lucky she didnt have to pay for a new bin before and after garden servies

10:13pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

binmanbilly wrote:
Why have you only posted your comment twice this time? Have you cracked up Denis?
ha ha billy you absolute tube I have cracked up...... laughing at you, you silly silly man, you should be on the telly then at least I could switch you off....:-)
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Why have you only posted your comment twice this time? Have you cracked up Denis?[/p][/quote]ha ha billy you absolute tube I have cracked up...... laughing at you, you silly silly man, you should be on the telly then at least I could switch you off....:-) Denis Tuborg

10:15pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Lancashire always says...

OH DEAR ! I think someone may have forgot to mention to her that she will have to pay for the bin when it comes , Replacement bins are not free.
OH DEAR ! I think someone may have forgot to mention to her that she will have to pay for the bin when it comes , Replacement bins are not free. Lancashire always

10:55pm Thu 7 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

Lancashire always wrote:
OH DEAR ! I think someone may have forgot to mention to her that she will have to pay for the bin when it comes , Replacement bins are not free.
Another one who doesn't read the full story!
[quote][p][bold]Lancashire always[/bold] wrote: OH DEAR ! I think someone may have forgot to mention to her that she will have to pay for the bin when it comes , Replacement bins are not free.[/p][/quote]Another one who doesn't read the full story! binmanbilly

10:57pm Thu 7 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

Denis tuborg aka Cliff Morris !!
Denis tuborg aka Cliff Morris !! binmanbilly

10:57pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Jesusislord says...

binmanbilly wrote:
hatonfire wrote:
Why did this woman ring the BN news desk with this stupid 'Non-story'?. But more importantly why did the paper think it was worth devoting column inches and sending out a photographer who then told her to 'Frown now' before he took her pic. I can only assume the reason the BN gave this 'Wheel falls off bin' story any credence is because the owners have a certain political bias, much the same as the rest of the media.
Another council employee?
Yes! Exactly! Anyone who thinks binmen are ok is definitely a council employee!! We know coz billywhatshisface say!!

I can't believe we have to pay for this service?? Surely the council should do everything for free for us??

And as for this 'recycling'...how dare they assume we all want to leave a better world for our children?? If I wanted to pass on a decent world to my kids, I'd buy them school uniform instead of buying this lovely can of special brew!! Bolton Council, take note!!
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hatonfire[/bold] wrote: Why did this woman ring the BN news desk with this stupid 'Non-story'?. But more importantly why did the paper think it was worth devoting column inches and sending out a photographer who then told her to 'Frown now' before he took her pic. I can only assume the reason the BN gave this 'Wheel falls off bin' story any credence is because the owners have a certain political bias, much the same as the rest of the media.[/p][/quote]Another council employee?[/p][/quote]Yes! Exactly! Anyone who thinks binmen are ok is definitely a council employee!! We know coz billywhatshisface say!! I can't believe we have to pay for this service?? Surely the council should do everything for free for us?? And as for this 'recycling'...how dare they assume we all want to leave a better world for our children?? If I wanted to pass on a decent world to my kids, I'd buy them school uniform instead of buying this lovely can of special brew!! Bolton Council, take note!! Jesusislord

11:01pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Jesusislord says...

binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!!
I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!!
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!![/p][/quote]Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!![/p][/quote]I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!! Jesusislord

11:02pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Jesusislord says...

steveG wrote:
MarkAllRead wrote:
Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?
Long waiting list and always has been.
Any job ending in men has a lot of people wanting that job.
Firemen,Policemen,Am

bulance men, Bin men, store men,doormen, Foremen, all well paid and sought after jobs.
I've been waiting for job as a gingerbreadmen for years.....
[quote][p][bold]steveG[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MarkAllRead[/bold] wrote: Interesting how many people think that it's easy being a binman and they get paid a fortune. If that's the case, why aren't these people binmen?[/p][/quote]Long waiting list and always has been. Any job ending in men has a lot of people wanting that job. Firemen,Policemen,Am bulance men, Bin men, store men,doormen, Foremen, all well paid and sought after jobs.[/p][/quote]I've been waiting for job as a gingerbreadmen for years..... Jesusislord

9:00am Fri 8 Feb 13

wagstaff says...

50 foot drive way let her buy her own and save the rest of us a little cash
50 foot drive way let her buy her own and save the rest of us a little cash wagstaff

4:00pm Fri 8 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

Jesusislord wrote:
binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!!
I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!!
be careful jesusislord in "binmanbilly's world\" anyone using facts and numbers or even reasoned argument will blacklisted and outed as someone with a real job or even worse, The leader of the council. I think poor billy is a sad fantasist who bangs on on about the council's binmen because he secretly yearns to be one, has probably applied on several occassions and been rejected everytime, he then became MD of his own company "www.billy'sbullshit
factory.co.uk" with turnover of yadder yadder yadder yawn!!!!! Billy mate no one believes your BS not even you :-) and as for your alter ego "fatmorrisout" your tedious diatribe is not even worthy of a reponse.
[quote][p][bold]Jesusislord[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!![/p][/quote]Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!![/p][/quote]I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!![/p][/quote]be careful jesusislord in "binmanbilly's world\" anyone using facts and numbers or even reasoned argument will blacklisted and outed as someone with a real job or even worse, The leader of the council. I think poor billy is a sad fantasist who bangs on on about the council's binmen because he secretly yearns to be one, has probably applied on several occassions and been rejected everytime, he then became MD of his own company "www.billy'sbullshit factory.co.uk" with turnover of yadder yadder yadder yawn!!!!! Billy mate no one believes your BS not even you :-) and as for your alter ego "fatmorrisout" your tedious diatribe is not even worthy of a reponse. Denis Tuborg

4:56pm Fri 8 Feb 13

binmanbilly says...

Denis Tuborg wrote:
Jesusislord wrote:
binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!!
I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!!
be careful jesusislord in "binmanbilly's world\" anyone using facts and numbers or even reasoned argument will blacklisted and outed as someone with a real job or even worse, The leader of the council. I think poor billy is a sad fantasist who bangs on on about the council's binmen because he secretly yearns to be one, has probably applied on several occassions and been rejected everytime, he then became MD of his own company "www.billy'sbullshit

factory.co.uk" with turnover of yadder yadder yadder yawn!!!!! Billy mate no one believes your BS not even you :-) and as for your alter ego "fatmorrisout" your tedious diatribe is not even worthy of a reponse.
That's why you keep replying . Hook line, and sinker. Adios mr Morris I'm off to my holiday home in Florida for half term with my family, whilst you stay here and luck the councils arse.
[quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jesusislord[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!![/p][/quote]Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!![/p][/quote]I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!![/p][/quote]be careful jesusislord in "binmanbilly's world\" anyone using facts and numbers or even reasoned argument will blacklisted and outed as someone with a real job or even worse, The leader of the council. I think poor billy is a sad fantasist who bangs on on about the council's binmen because he secretly yearns to be one, has probably applied on several occassions and been rejected everytime, he then became MD of his own company "www.billy'sbullshit factory.co.uk" with turnover of yadder yadder yadder yawn!!!!! Billy mate no one believes your BS not even you :-) and as for your alter ego "fatmorrisout" your tedious diatribe is not even worthy of a reponse.[/p][/quote]That's why you keep replying . Hook line, and sinker. Adios mr Morris I'm off to my holiday home in Florida for half term with my family, whilst you stay here and luck the councils arse. binmanbilly

9:43pm Fri 8 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
Jesusislord wrote:
binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!!
I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!!
be careful jesusislord in "binmanbilly's world\" anyone using facts and numbers or even reasoned argument will blacklisted and outed as someone with a real job or even worse, The leader of the council. I think poor billy is a sad fantasist who bangs on on about the council's binmen because he secretly yearns to be one, has probably applied on several occassions and been rejected everytime, he then became MD of his own company "www.billy'sbullshit


factory.co.uk" with turnover of yadder yadder yadder yawn!!!!! Billy mate no one believes your BS not even you :-) and as for your alter ego "fatmorrisout" your tedious diatribe is not even worthy of a reponse.
That's why you keep replying . Hook line, and sinker. Adios mr Morris I'm off to my holiday home in Florida for half term with my family, whilst you stay here and luck the councils arse.
billy, billy,silly billy enjoy your holiday in fantasy land, I hope you and your imaginary family have a really great time and forget all about all your imagined problems with your imagined nemesis Cllr Morris. lets hope you're leaving your imagined company in good hands. can I suggest willy wonka, yes I know he only has experience of working in a chocolate factory, however chocolate and thebullshit that you produce could on cursory inspection be easily mistaken (same colour, but a much different smell) and just so you know I'd rather go to Caernarfon with my mate Dave (who by the way will kick your sad sorryarse if he ever finds out who you are) than go to your Micky Mouse fantasy home. so in conclusion cachau bent haliwr ti'n llawn :-)
[quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jesusislord[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!![/p][/quote]Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!![/p][/quote]I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!![/p][/quote]be careful jesusislord in "binmanbilly's world\" anyone using facts and numbers or even reasoned argument will blacklisted and outed as someone with a real job or even worse, The leader of the council. I think poor billy is a sad fantasist who bangs on on about the council's binmen because he secretly yearns to be one, has probably applied on several occassions and been rejected everytime, he then became MD of his own company "www.billy'sbullshit factory.co.uk" with turnover of yadder yadder yadder yawn!!!!! Billy mate no one believes your BS not even you :-) and as for your alter ego "fatmorrisout" your tedious diatribe is not even worthy of a reponse.[/p][/quote]That's why you keep replying . Hook line, and sinker. Adios mr Morris I'm off to my holiday home in Florida for half term with my family, whilst you stay here and luck the councils arse.[/p][/quote]billy, billy,silly billy enjoy your holiday in fantasy land, I hope you and your imaginary family have a really great time and forget all about all your imagined problems with your imagined nemesis Cllr Morris. lets hope you're leaving your imagined company in good hands. can I suggest willy wonka, yes I know he only has experience of working in a chocolate factory, however chocolate and thebullshit that you produce could on cursory inspection be easily mistaken (same colour, but a much different smell) and just so you know I'd rather go to Caernarfon with my mate Dave (who by the way will kick your sad sorryarse if he ever finds out who you are) than go to your Micky Mouse fantasy home. so in conclusion cachau bent haliwr ti'n llawn :-) Denis Tuborg

11:42pm Fri 8 Feb 13

Daisyhillbilly says...

How about a contest between Billybinbag and Denis Beergoogles ?
First to the top of Rivington Pike carrying a three pice suite wins the honour of wearing Mrs Hobsons coat for a year !! Well worth seeing them in action maybe some sponsorship from a well known furniture retailer or Primari
Cant wait for round 2 or is it 9 ?.

Off for my supper I think I have a findus lasagne left in the freezer ......
How about a contest between Billybinbag and Denis Beergoogles ? First to the top of Rivington Pike carrying a three pice suite wins the honour of wearing Mrs Hobsons coat for a year !! Well worth seeing them in action maybe some sponsorship from a well known furniture retailer or Primari Cant wait for round 2 or is it 9 ?. Off for my supper I think I have a findus lasagne left in the freezer ...... Daisyhillbilly

11:56am Sat 9 Feb 13

swager123 says...

maz1492 wrote:
♫♪ You picked a fine time to leave me ♪ loosewheel ♪♫
pmsfl!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]maz1492[/bold] wrote: ♫♪ You picked a fine time to leave me ♪ loosewheel ♪♫[/p][/quote]pmsfl!!!!! swager123

6:02pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Your average ninja says...

Jesusislord wrote:
binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!!
I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!!
Oh ohhh we got a badass over hear.

I know billy and he is a respectable business man.

+ I will start congratulating the council when they can be arsed doing their job without being pressured into doing so by the press.
[quote][p][bold]Jesusislord[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!![/p][/quote]Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!![/p][/quote]I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!![/p][/quote]Oh ohhh we got a badass over hear. I know billy and he is a respectable business man. + I will start congratulating the council when they can be arsed doing their job without being pressured into doing so by the press. Your average ninja

6:46pm Sat 9 Feb 13

Your average ninja says...

Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
Jesusislord wrote:
binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!!
I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!!
be careful jesusislord in "binmanbilly's world\" anyone using facts and numbers or even reasoned argument will blacklisted and outed as someone with a real job or even worse, The leader of the council. I think poor billy is a sad fantasist who bangs on on about the council's binmen because he secretly yearns to be one, has probably applied on several occassions and been rejected everytime, he then became MD of his own company "www.billy'sbullshit factory.co.uk" with turnover of yadder yadder yadder yawn!!!!! Billy mate no one believes your BS not even you :-) and as for your alter ego "fatmorrisout" your tedious diatribe is not even worthy of a reponse.
That's why you keep replying . Hook line, and sinker. Adios mr Morris I'm off to my holiday home in Florida for half term with my family, whilst you stay here and luck the councils arse.
billy, billy,silly billy enjoy your holiday in fantasy land, I hope you and your imaginary family have a really great time and forget all about all your imagined problems with your imagined nemesis Cllr Morris. lets hope you're leaving your imagined company in good hands. can I suggest willy wonka, yes I know he only has experience of working in a chocolate factory, however chocolate and thebullshit that you produce could on cursory inspection be easily mistaken (same colour, but a much different smell) and just so you know I'd rather go to Caernarfon with my mate Dave (who by the way will kick your sad sorryarse if he ever finds out who you are) than go to your Micky Mouse fantasy home. so in conclusion cachau bent haliwr ti'n llawn :-)
Willy wonker produces chocolate like you produce bullsh*t. By the truck load. Watch out bill he has a mate called dave who's a lean mean bullshitting machine. And I love how google translate comes into the equation. You clever boy.

By the way we aren't all peadophiles who own miky mouse holiday homes like you Dennis.

Yours truly, the truth.
[quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jesusislord[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!![/p][/quote]Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!![/p][/quote]I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!![/p][/quote]be careful jesusislord in "binmanbilly's world\" anyone using facts and numbers or even reasoned argument will blacklisted and outed as someone with a real job or even worse, The leader of the council. I think poor billy is a sad fantasist who bangs on on about the council's binmen because he secretly yearns to be one, has probably applied on several occassions and been rejected everytime, he then became MD of his own company "www.billy'sbullshit factory.co.uk" with turnover of yadder yadder yadder yawn!!!!! Billy mate no one believes your BS not even you :-) and as for your alter ego "fatmorrisout" your tedious diatribe is not even worthy of a reponse.[/p][/quote]That's why you keep replying . Hook line, and sinker. Adios mr Morris I'm off to my holiday home in Florida for half term with my family, whilst you stay here and luck the councils arse.[/p][/quote]billy, billy,silly billy enjoy your holiday in fantasy land, I hope you and your imaginary family have a really great time and forget all about all your imagined problems with your imagined nemesis Cllr Morris. lets hope you're leaving your imagined company in good hands. can I suggest willy wonka, yes I know he only has experience of working in a chocolate factory, however chocolate and thebullshit that you produce could on cursory inspection be easily mistaken (same colour, but a much different smell) and just so you know I'd rather go to Caernarfon with my mate Dave (who by the way will kick your sad sorryarse if he ever finds out who you are) than go to your Micky Mouse fantasy home. so in conclusion cachau bent haliwr ti'n llawn :-)[/p][/quote]Willy wonker produces chocolate like you produce bullsh*t. By the truck load. Watch out bill he has a mate called dave who's a lean mean bullshitting machine. And I love how google translate comes into the equation. You clever boy. By the way we aren't all peadophiles who own miky mouse holiday homes like you Dennis. Yours truly, the truth. Your average ninja

9:57pm Sat 9 Feb 13

xyzxyz says...

wagstaff wrote:
50 foot drive way let her buy her own and save the rest of us a little cash
ahh ,,,so thats why ya mum gave u up for Adoption u ugly little sh1te
[quote][p][bold]wagstaff[/bold] wrote: 50 foot drive way let her buy her own and save the rest of us a little cash[/p][/quote]ahh ,,,so thats why ya mum gave u up for Adoption u ugly little sh1te xyzxyz

10:02pm Sat 9 Feb 13

xyzxyz says...

and tuborg is a complete and utter Bell end ...council in disguise
and tuborg is a complete and utter Bell end ...council in disguise xyzxyz

10:24pm Sat 9 Feb 13

xyzxyz says...

give the bin contract to an outside private contractor...See real work in action ...bout time this shower was binned .. they cant do the job,, muppets lead by donkeys
give the bin contract to an outside private contractor...See real work in action ...bout time this shower was binned .. they cant do the job,, muppets lead by donkeys xyzxyz

12:29am Sun 10 Feb 13

Your average ninja says...

xyzxyz wrote:
and tuborg is a complete and utter Bell end ...council in disguise
Finally someone who speaks sense
[quote][p][bold]xyzxyz[/bold] wrote: and tuborg is a complete and utter Bell end ...council in disguise[/p][/quote]Finally someone who speaks sense Your average ninja

5:56pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Jesusislord says...

xyzxyz wrote:
wagstaff wrote:
50 foot drive way let her buy her own and save the rest of us a little cash
ahh ,,,so thats why ya mum gave u up for Adoption u ugly little sh1te
This comments not in English!! You must be one of those immigrants!! Coming over here, writing on our messageboards!! Back to where you belong xyzxyz!!
[quote][p][bold]xyzxyz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wagstaff[/bold] wrote: 50 foot drive way let her buy her own and save the rest of us a little cash[/p][/quote]ahh ,,,so thats why ya mum gave u up for Adoption u ugly little sh1te[/p][/quote]This comments not in English!! You must be one of those immigrants!! Coming over here, writing on our messageboards!! Back to where you belong xyzxyz!! Jesusislord

5:59pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Jesusislord says...

Your average ninja wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
Jesusislord wrote:
binmanbilly wrote:
Denis Tuborg wrote:
binmanbilly wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha
Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!!
Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!!
I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!!
be careful jesusislord in "binmanbilly's world\" anyone using facts and numbers or even reasoned argument will blacklisted and outed as someone with a real job or even worse, The leader of the council. I think poor billy is a sad fantasist who bangs on on about the council's binmen because he secretly yearns to be one, has probably applied on several occassions and been rejected everytime, he then became MD of his own company "www.billy'sbullshit factory.co.uk" with turnover of yadder yadder yadder yawn!!!!! Billy mate no one believes your BS not even you :-) and as for your alter ego "fatmorrisout" your tedious diatribe is not even worthy of a reponse.
That's why you keep replying . Hook line, and sinker. Adios mr Morris I'm off to my holiday home in Florida for half term with my family, whilst you stay here and luck the councils arse.
billy, billy,silly billy enjoy your holiday in fantasy land, I hope you and your imaginary family have a really great time and forget all about all your imagined problems with your imagined nemesis Cllr Morris. lets hope you're leaving your imagined company in good hands. can I suggest willy wonka, yes I know he only has experience of working in a chocolate factory, however chocolate and thebullshit that you produce could on cursory inspection be easily mistaken (same colour, but a much different smell) and just so you know I'd rather go to Caernarfon with my mate Dave (who by the way will kick your sad sorryarse if he ever finds out who you are) than go to your Micky Mouse fantasy home. so in conclusion cachau bent haliwr ti'n llawn :-)
Willy wonker produces chocolate like you produce bullsh*t. By the truck load. Watch out bill he has a mate called dave who's a lean mean bullshitting machine. And I love how google translate comes into the equation. You clever boy.

By the way we aren't all peadophiles who own miky mouse holiday homes like you Dennis.

Yours truly, the truth.
That was a super-intelligent answer!! You must have gone to like, Smithills or somewhere posh like that!! How did you never become a super-ninja?? Must be a bit rubbish being average??
[quote][p][bold]Your average ninja[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jesusislord[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]binmanbilly[/bold] wrote: Looks like den tuborg has cracked up under the pressure of being outed as a council employee/ sympathiser !!!haha[/p][/quote]Ha ha and you've been outed as an absolute Rsole with no real understanding of a decent days work for a decent days pay, why would I lose it for being outed as someone who does an honest days work you sad sack of sh*te, get a life, get a job and/ or get off your high horse until you have something more constructive to say !!![/p][/quote]Why post it 3 times Bellend? And for your information I'm managing director of a company with a £2.5 million turnover . Adios bellend!!![/p][/quote]I'm a managing director of a company with a £2.6 billion pound turnover!! We should get together and talk about our imaginary worlds binmanbilly...we can slag off all those 'council sympathisers' who keep coming out with 'numbers' and 'facts'...idiots, the lot of them!![/p][/quote]be careful jesusislord in "binmanbilly's world\" anyone using facts and numbers or even reasoned argument will blacklisted and outed as someone with a real job or even worse, The leader of the council. I think poor billy is a sad fantasist who bangs on on about the council's binmen because he secretly yearns to be one, has probably applied on several occassions and been rejected everytime, he then became MD of his own company "www.billy'sbullshit factory.co.uk" with turnover of yadder yadder yadder yawn!!!!! Billy mate no one believes your BS not even you :-) and as for your alter ego "fatmorrisout" your tedious diatribe is not even worthy of a reponse.[/p][/quote]That's why you keep replying . Hook line, and sinker. Adios mr Morris I'm off to my holiday home in Florida for half term with my family, whilst you stay here and luck the councils arse.[/p][/quote]billy, billy,silly billy enjoy your holiday in fantasy land, I hope you and your imaginary family have a really great time and forget all about all your imagined problems with your imagined nemesis Cllr Morris. lets hope you're leaving your imagined company in good hands. can I suggest willy wonka, yes I know he only has experience of working in a chocolate factory, however chocolate and thebullshit that you produce could on cursory inspection be easily mistaken (same colour, but a much different smell) and just so you know I'd rather go to Caernarfon with my mate Dave (who by the way will kick your sad sorryarse if he ever finds out who you are) than go to your Micky Mouse fantasy home. so in conclusion cachau bent haliwr ti'n llawn :-)[/p][/quote]Willy wonker produces chocolate like you produce bullsh*t. By the truck load. Watch out bill he has a mate called dave who's a lean mean bullshitting machine. And I love how google translate comes into the equation. You clever boy. By the way we aren't all peadophiles who own miky mouse holiday homes like you Dennis. Yours truly, the truth.[/p][/quote]That was a super-intelligent answer!! You must have gone to like, Smithills or somewhere posh like that!! How did you never become a super-ninja?? Must be a bit rubbish being average?? Jesusislord

9:04pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Denis Tuborg says...

@ xyzxyz and your average ninja, lol billy we could all log in using different user names, you plonker you're supposed to be in Florida and if your going to call people names you should really learn how to spell. ps... don't worry yourself with the reference to "my mate Dave" it was an in joke which you couldn't possibly understand with your limited intelligence. pps just for your information I do really love peas :-)
@ xyzxyz and your average ninja, lol billy we could all log in using different user names, you plonker you're supposed to be in Florida and if your going to call people names you should really learn how to spell. ps... don't worry yourself with the reference to "my mate Dave" it was an in joke which you couldn't possibly understand with your limited intelligence. pps just for your information I do really love peas :-) Denis Tuborg

10:22pm Sun 10 Feb 13

Mossage82 says...

Denis Tuborg wrote:
People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-)
Here Here
[quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: People! people! people! "those lazy binmen" you're all complaining about remove between 1500-2000 wheelie bins, containing 12-15 Tonnes of refuse every day Monday to Friday (this tonnage is due to increase drastically when the council returns to fortnightly collections this coming May). They walk on average 11 miles during the course of working a day and do this in all weathers (unless the conditions are hazardous to public safety as was the case recently when heavy snow caused the service to be suspended for three days) In the past few years "Those lazy binmen" have lost their productivity bonus and had their job down graded, so that they're now paid approx £7000 below the national average wage. So please think again! The binmen can be described in lots of ways but "lazy" isn't one of them :-)[/p][/quote]Here Here Mossage82

9:55am Mon 11 Feb 13

Lindon says...

Binmen refused to remove my bin when i asked why they said on account of the body in there. They made me remove it.... can you believe it! So I put said body into the boot of car on my way to Rivington I was stopped by the police, the officer asked me "do you know why I have stopped you". I thought it better to own up so I replied is it the body in my boot, he laughed and said no your front left headlight needs replacing. I apologised and went on my way! So beware of job titles ending in "men" they are all useless!!!
Binmen refused to remove my bin when i asked why they said on account of the body in there. They made me remove it.... can you believe it! So I put said body into the boot of car on my way to Rivington I was stopped by the police, the officer asked me "do you know why I have stopped you". I thought it better to own up so I replied is it the body in my boot, he laughed and said no your front left headlight needs replacing. I apologised and went on my way! So beware of job titles ending in "men" they are all useless!!! Lindon

12:08pm Mon 11 Feb 13

wagstaff says...

xyzxyz wrote:
wagstaff wrote:
50 foot drive way let her buy her own and save the rest of us a little cash
ahh ,,,so thats why ya mum gave u up for Adoption u ugly little sh1te
oh here we go big hard man/woman/thing, bet your fingers are rock solid the amount of punching you do on a key pad,
is it to make up for a small d#ck or somthing in that bracket.
[quote][p][bold]xyzxyz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wagstaff[/bold] wrote: 50 foot drive way let her buy her own and save the rest of us a little cash[/p][/quote]ahh ,,,so thats why ya mum gave u up for Adoption u ugly little sh1te[/p][/quote]oh here we go big hard man/woman/thing, bet your fingers are rock solid the amount of punching you do on a key pad, is it to make up for a small d#ck or somthing in that bracket. wagstaff

10:36pm Wed 13 Feb 13

Your average ninja says...

Denis Tuborg wrote:
@ xyzxyz and your average ninja, lol billy we could all log in using different user names, you plonker you're supposed to be in Florida and if your going to call people names you should really learn how to spell. ps... don't worry yourself with the reference to "my mate Dave" it was an in joke which you couldn't possibly understand with your limited intelligence. pps just for your information I do really love peas :-)
"my mate Dave" it was an in joke.

did you really make this mistake while trying to correct someones grammar?
[quote][p][bold]Denis Tuborg[/bold] wrote: @ xyzxyz and your average ninja, lol billy we could all log in using different user names, you plonker you're supposed to be in Florida and if your going to call people names you should really learn how to spell. ps... don't worry yourself with the reference to "my mate Dave" it was an in joke which you couldn't possibly understand with your limited intelligence. pps just for your information I do really love peas :-)[/p][/quote]"my mate Dave" it was an in joke. did you really make this mistake while trying to correct someones grammar? Your average ninja

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