Author Topic: A Better Class of Person  (Read 1287 times)

MarkT

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Re: A Better Class of Person
« Reply #15 on: 20:32:40, 17/09/19 »
Apology accepted  :)


I do understand your post but maybe your opening thread could have been written better/clearer on what you actually meant. I love the countryside, I hate the cities but don't judge others on their lifestyles.


Maybe I would chat with you now on a summit  :)

Percy

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Re: A Better Class of Person
« Reply #16 on: 22:11:12, 17/09/19 »
If I have touched any nerves with my comments then I apologise. I accept that some people are not out of work by choice but then there are those for whom it is a lifestyle decision. It is they I abhor.I too have been unemployed involuntarily.
What a mealy mouthed non-apology. Rubbish.

jimbob

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Re: A Better Class of Person
« Reply #17 on: 23:08:15, 17/09/19 »
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Deleted comments as I agree wholeheartedly with Mel.

I must remember this is a walking Forum and not fall into those trollish traps
« Last Edit: 23:53:07, 17/09/19 by jimbob »
Too little, too late, too bad......

Mel

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Re: A Better Class of Person
« Reply #18 on: 23:13:54, 17/09/19 »
I'm asking for this topic to be locked.  Apart from one sentence in the opening post it has got NOTHING TO DO WITH WALKING and is rapidly turning into a vitriolic rant.



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tonyk

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Re: A Better Class of Person
« Reply #19 on: 00:07:21, 18/09/19 »
If I have touched any nerves with my comments then I apologise. I accept that some people are not out of work by choice but then there are those for whom it is a lifestyle decision. It is they I abhor.I too have been unemployed involuntarily.

 No need to apologise,everyone has different life experiences and their opinion is based on that.In my experience those who are professional claimants are in a  minority and not even worth bothering about.When you have a welfare system you will always have this minority who abuse it.The DWP actually loses more money through incompetence than fraud.

Dread

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Re: A Better Class of Person
« Reply #20 on: 07:06:02, 18/09/19 »
The DWP actually loses more money through incompetence than fraud.


Also the amount of benefit cash that goes unclaimed far outweighs the amount claimed illegally.

Chris

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Re: A Better Class of Person
« Reply #21 on: 08:58:21, 18/09/19 »
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The forum is for walking discussions only, apart from the Hikers Bar which is for light hearted chat and banter.