Speaking of adolescent views, how is the political wing of AAM - The Responsible People's Party going? Is the time ripe yet for mass evictions and re-settlements?Boss don’t you realize that Wolfie like Shortie before him can’t stand the searing Purple common sense that confronts his adolescent world view on AAM?
Oh yes I can!I don't think that is fair when you know he can't respond to your jibes.
Thanks elacsaplau, wish you well also. A nice reminder of the posters on here who can see beyond their own self-centre.WolfeTone's views may well be in the minority in these here parts. For a discussion forum to be fully vibrant, alternate views should be welcomed and celebrated and WolfeTone should be applauded for trying to represent non-mainstream views.
The miaowlike comments (and their likes) are disappointing.
I would like to wish WolfeTone well for the future.
Rest assured Clamball my views were not ignored. I was banned for life, twice but Im still here.I miss when people leave because they feel their views are being ignored. We all do better when we hear different points of view.
Anyone who gives a fiddlers about comments written on an anonymous BB shouldn't be there imo. I personally couldn't care less and even more so in the real world. Grow a pair.Hey Bronte,
I accept your bona fides.
I just think WolfeTone deserves better. Just look at the gratuitously nasty/ugly post, immediately above....
In terms of service provision in trying circumstances, public sector employees in Ireland have proven on multiple occasions not to be any more resilient than private companies. Look at the amount of fuss that bus and train driver's unions cause about minuscule issues, absolutely zero commitment to anyone other than the employees themselves. I'm also looking at Local Authority snow plough and gritter drivers not being willing to work during snow storms while the private companies were etc. Other than minimising congestion on the roads, I can't see one argument for waste collection to be a public sector role againalmost all rubbish collection is privatised but what if this stops due to covid19 because who on a min wage will try to keep going if the pandemic takes off. Waste collection limits spread of disease so should it be nationalised again?
I never recall reading any of his posts, in general though I rarely look at the name of who I'm replying to , I mostly just reply to the comment . I'm going to have to read through all his posts and find out why he is so controversial .WolfeTone's views may well be in the minority in these here parts.
Does he not just click on his name and click on logout???? Or are you keeping everyone prisoner on AAM now...Hi Wolfie
I can't log you out as far as I know.
But if you like, I can change your password, log in as you, and then log you out?
If you would like me to do that, let me know.