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Old 27 September 2011, 11:27 AM   #91  
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I'm with you, Suresh.

Evil triumphs when good people stand idly by. Turning a blind eye to serious wrongdoing will never make this country a better place.

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Old 27 September 2011, 11:41 AM   #92  
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Originally Posted by alloy View Post
What's that then, rational and pragmatic as opposed to hysterical and self righteous....

Live and let live
The real question is, how would you fell about the whole business if you were chopped up dangerously on the road by some wrong headed prat who thought he was being a bit of a star on the road, but you decided not to inform the coppers, only to find next day that he had killed someone very close to you because of his dangerous behaviour?

Do you really not care about the risk to other peoples' lives with a ******** like that prancing around?

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Old 27 September 2011, 12:36 PM   #93  
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I'm totally with you Suresh.

I can't believe all the comments about being a "grass". What are you, 8?
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Old 27 September 2011, 09:50 PM   #94  
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I think some people don't know what a grass is, there is a big difference between letting the police know there is some tool that is driving in a manner that is very dangerous and will probably cause an accident sooner or later, fine if he/she is alone and they wrap their car around a tree, but if others are involved then it's a very sad.

A grass is someone that is a police informer and does so about his mates with whom he committed crimes, to currie favour with the prosecution.

Which is totally different to performing a public service for the benefit of your local community.

And if it were me and i saw him on a regular basis then i would have a quiet word
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Old 27 September 2011, 10:26 PM   #95  
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Originally Posted by RobJenks View Post
I agree never grass

Grow up....

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