Man 'in agony with crumbling spine' forced to attend job interviews and courses

Man 'in agony with crumbling spine' forced to attend job interviews and courses

Simon Tupper has been told to look for work despite his degenerative disk disease

Mr Tupper's partner is pregnant and they also have a two-year-old son

Erith and Thamesmead MP Teresa Pearce is helping the couple appeal the decision

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An Erith woman has described her family’s "nightmare" as her bedbound husband is forced to attend job interviews despite the fact his spine is "crumbling".

Simon Tupper, 42, has degenerative disk disease, as well as a trapped nerve and a crushed nerve which leaves him in permanent agony. 

The former electrician normally only leaves his bed to use the toilet and his partner, Gina Nash, 30, has to help him in their home in West Street, Erith, as well as care for their two-year-old son.

His only hope of a cure is a 10-hour operation - involving a metal cage being inserted around his spine - which he is due to have in a few months but could leave him paralysed for life.

When he was assessed in June for Employment and Support Allowance the assessor for ATOS - the healthcare firm which judges whether benefit claimants are fit for work - allegedly refused to let him complete the physical tasks in case it caused him pain. 

However in July the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) told Mr Tupper and Ms Nash he is being put in the work-related activity group which means he must attend job interviews and courses or lose his benefits.

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Mother-of-three Ms Nash told News Shopper through her tears:  "The last two years have been a nightmare. Simon’s in agony all the time.

"He doesn’t have good days anymore. 

"My two-year-old, James, is very active and likes to jump on you and he doesn’t understand it hurts Simon, who will wince in pain.

"Apart from going to the toilet he’s in bed each day, every day, if he ever ventures to the shop it puts him in agony. I have to help him out of bed each time.

"I had my two other children living with us from my previous relationship but now they’ve had to move in with my ex-partner because we can’t cope. 

"We are a five minute walk from the town centre but if he tries that he’ll be exhausted for days. He’d only venture out once a week and had to use crutches but I won’t let him now.

"He went into in the Job Centre Lowfield Street, Darford for the work-focused interview, the ESA advisor took one look and said, ‘no you’re not fit for work.’

"He should have this operation in a few months but it will take three to six months to heal and he won’t be allowed out of bed.

"In June, when he had the assessment the ATOS woman wouldn’t even let him do the physical part of it because it would put him in too much pain. She said ‘I’m not putting you through this’.

"We explained about his condition which causes the discs in the spine to crumble and the last option is major surgery, a ten hour operation in which they will release the nerve, fuse his vertebrae together and put a metal cage around his spine. 

Ms Nash, who is pregnant, added: "This will take up to six months to heal but there is no guarantee it will work and we may have to cancel it because of the benefits situation."

Earlier this year the government confirmed it would end its contract with ATOS early following "significant quality failures" identified by DWP.

The couple have appealed to Erith and Thamesmead MP Teresa Pearce for help and her caseworker is working with them to appeal the decision.

This Is Local London: MP Teresa Pearce

Ms Pearce said: "I deal with numerous cases like this each month. I think most people would agree those who can work should work and those who cannot should be supported. 

"But the current system of testing people for their ability to work is failing day in, day out. 

"This chaos is costing taxpayers millions in assessments and tribunals and it is causing distress and anxiety for thousands of sick and disabled people." 

A DWP spokeswoman said: "A decision on whether someone is well enough to work is taken following a thorough assessment and after consideration of all the supporting medical evidence provided by the claimant. 

"Anyone who disagrees with their decision can ask for it to be reconsidered."

 

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12:45pm Fri 5 Sep 14

swanleyperson says...

First of all i admire there bravery for going public with this in the news shopper, unfortunetly the majority of people whome read this paper have very little understanding of sympathy on any kind of benifits. Secondly i am a sad git who is a bit of an expert on disability rights. And i can almost certainly tell you where you wrong at a guess. In a nut shell when you turned up for your esa assessment you went with your wife and child which is your right to do so especially if she is your carer however, im gussing ether they asked or you or your wife informed them that she was pregnent and that your 2 year old and your unborn child were yours biologically there for they have put that in your assessment and the dwp have decided not to award you the support group due to fact that you can have sex and conceive naturally with a spine condition and there for can work. What they should of taken into consideration is the thought that you do not have to put alot of "effort" and "vigor" in order to conceive. you had no obligation to inform them that she was pregnent as its not part of the official assessment to know this. you can ask for your assessment that atos sent to the dwp too see what they had wrote about you and there opinion on your disability.
First of all i admire there bravery for going public with this in the news shopper, unfortunetly the majority of people whome read this paper have very little understanding of sympathy on any kind of benifits. Secondly i am a sad git who is a bit of an expert on disability rights. And i can almost certainly tell you where you wrong at a guess. In a nut shell when you turned up for your esa assessment you went with your wife and child which is your right to do so especially if she is your carer however, im gussing ether they asked or you or your wife informed them that she was pregnent and that your 2 year old and your unborn child were yours biologically there for they have put that in your assessment and the dwp have decided not to award you the support group due to fact that you can have sex and conceive naturally with a spine condition and there for can work. What they should of taken into consideration is the thought that you do not have to put alot of "effort" and "vigor" in order to conceive. you had no obligation to inform them that she was pregnent as its not part of the official assessment to know this. you can ask for your assessment that atos sent to the dwp too see what they had wrote about you and there opinion on your disability. swanleyperson
  • Score: 27

1:09pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Dean ambrose says...

Maybe it was the sex that caused his spine to crumble,either way the poor fella can't work.leave him alone,I'm guessing it's a pain in the arse popping out to sign on every week.
Maybe it was the sex that caused his spine to crumble,either way the poor fella can't work.leave him alone,I'm guessing it's a pain in the arse popping out to sign on every week. Dean ambrose
  • Score: -34

1:29pm Fri 5 Sep 14

MrsJ2012 says...

In agony all the time yet manages to get his missus up the duff twice in 2 years?? Surely the last thing you are thinking about doing is that if you are genuinely in so much pain? Plus they say had to send her other 2 kids away because they couldn't cope due to his condition - another baby isn't going to help now is it!
In agony all the time yet manages to get his missus up the duff twice in 2 years?? Surely the last thing you are thinking about doing is that if you are genuinely in so much pain? Plus they say had to send her other 2 kids away because they couldn't cope due to his condition - another baby isn't going to help now is it! MrsJ2012
  • Score: 36

2:17pm Fri 5 Sep 14

white rabbit9 says...

ATOS pure evil, that compny will kill as many people as it has to and is ordered too.

http://www.intmensor
g.info/atosmurders.h
tm

http://www.scriptoni
tedaily.com/2013/06/
25/atos-boss-earns-4
4k-a-week-while-disa
bled-fight-to-keep-j
ust-131/

PURE EVIL!

https://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=mVTyGz7C
Rs8
ATOS pure evil, that compny will kill as many people as it has to and is ordered too. http://www.intmensor g.info/atosmurders.h tm http://www.scriptoni tedaily.com/2013/06/ 25/atos-boss-earns-4 4k-a-week-while-disa bled-fight-to-keep-j ust-131/ PURE EVIL! https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=mVTyGz7C Rs8 white rabbit9
  • Score: 29

2:24pm Fri 5 Sep 14

molsey says...

Sparky should say not a lot of "effort" and "vigor" was required as she always gets on top.
Sparky should say not a lot of "effort" and "vigor" was required as she always gets on top. molsey
  • Score: 10

4:22pm Fri 5 Sep 14

swanleyperson says...

I was conceived useing a can of special brew and a tesco mop.
I was conceived useing a can of special brew and a tesco mop. swanleyperson
  • Score: 12

4:42pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Gypo.Joe says...

swanleyperson wrote:
I was conceived useing a can of special brew and a tesco mop.
Well that's better than your muvver who was inseminated with a turkey baster at the bar in the Lully one Sunday lunch session.
[quote][p][bold]swanleyperson[/bold] wrote: I was conceived useing a can of special brew and a tesco mop.[/p][/quote]Well that's better than your muvver who was inseminated with a turkey baster at the bar in the Lully one Sunday lunch session. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -14

6:27pm Fri 5 Sep 14

swanleyperson says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
swanleyperson wrote:
I was conceived useing a can of special brew and a tesco mop.
Well that's better than your muvver who was inseminated with a turkey baster at the bar in the Lully one Sunday lunch session.
The lully Dont do lunch on sundays. Thats mop the shet and blood off the floor day.
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swanleyperson[/bold] wrote: I was conceived useing a can of special brew and a tesco mop.[/p][/quote]Well that's better than your muvver who was inseminated with a turkey baster at the bar in the Lully one Sunday lunch session.[/p][/quote]The lully Dont do lunch on sundays. Thats mop the shet and blood off the floor day. swanleyperson
  • Score: 9

7:45pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Gypo.Joe says...

swanleyperson wrote:
Gypo.Joe wrote:
swanleyperson wrote:
I was conceived useing a can of special brew and a tesco mop.
Well that's better than your muvver who was inseminated with a turkey baster at the bar in the Lully one Sunday lunch session.
The lully Dont do lunch on sundays. Thats mop the shet and blood off the floor day.
Perhaps it was the CIU club then, me memory aint what it wuz boi.
[quote][p][bold]swanleyperson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]swanleyperson[/bold] wrote: I was conceived useing a can of special brew and a tesco mop.[/p][/quote]Well that's better than your muvver who was inseminated with a turkey baster at the bar in the Lully one Sunday lunch session.[/p][/quote]The lully Dont do lunch on sundays. Thats mop the shet and blood off the floor day.[/p][/quote]Perhaps it was the CIU club then, me memory aint what it wuz boi. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -15

12:15am Sat 6 Sep 14

jenny01 says...

Strange that,as when the 2 year old was born,it was him that walked the older boys to school while pushing the pram until they went to live with their dad for different reasons than has been told.
Strange that,as when the 2 year old was born,it was him that walked the older boys to school while pushing the pram until they went to live with their dad for different reasons than has been told. jenny01
  • Score: 17

11:41am Sat 6 Sep 14

nearly right all the time says...

ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up! nearly right all the time
  • Score: 14

1:52pm Sat 6 Sep 14

sarfflondonbird says...

nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible).
Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit.
It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day.
I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce.
I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?
[quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible). Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit. It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day. I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce. I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin? sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 26

3:21pm Sat 6 Sep 14

Gypo.Joe says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible).
Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit.
It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day.
I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce.
I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?
You drama queen, yes you take this weeks first prize as the Shoppers very own D Q Twunt for the week.

A little roll on drums maestro please and a fanfare of trumpets if you would be so kind.

Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
nnnnnn !
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible). Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit. It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day. I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce. I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?[/p][/quote]You drama queen, yes you take this weeks first prize as the Shoppers very own D Q Twunt for the week. A little roll on drums maestro please and a fanfare of trumpets if you would be so kind. Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nnnnnn ! Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -21

3:41pm Sat 6 Sep 14

white rabbit9 says...

nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Are you the one that walks into graves and say, "lazy bar stewards".
[quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Are you the one that walks into graves and say, "lazy bar stewards". white rabbit9
  • Score: 18

3:44pm Sat 6 Sep 14

white rabbit9 says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible).
Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit.
It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day.
I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce.
I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?
You drama queen, yes you take this weeks first prize as the Shoppers very own D Q Twunt for the week.

A little roll on drums maestro please and a fanfare of trumpets if you would be so kind.

Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

nnnnnn !
I would say you are middle class, sat behind an office desk all your life. What a waste of a human being.
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible). Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit. It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day. I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce. I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?[/p][/quote]You drama queen, yes you take this weeks first prize as the Shoppers very own D Q Twunt for the week. A little roll on drums maestro please and a fanfare of trumpets if you would be so kind. Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nnnnnn ![/p][/quote]I would say you are middle class, sat behind an office desk all your life. What a waste of a human being. white rabbit9
  • Score: 14

9:47pm Sat 6 Sep 14

Dean ambrose says...

Sarflondonbird you are an utter mess.if you were a dog you would be put down,oh hold on.....
Sarflondonbird you are an utter mess.if you were a dog you would be put down,oh hold on..... Dean ambrose
  • Score: -20

9:49pm Sat 6 Sep 14

nearly right all the time says...

Mr White Muppet 9

Most people work hard for their money, they overcome all kinds of
difficulty to go to work, they don't moan, they just get on with it.

They don't think the Queen is a lizard or David Icke has got the inside track

Benefits are there to give working people a helping hand when they fell on hard times (after they had paid in, paid their taxes)

Not for idle layabouts like our correspondent in the article
Mr White Muppet 9 Most people work hard for their money, they overcome all kinds of difficulty to go to work, they don't moan, they just get on with it. They don't think the Queen is a lizard or David Icke has got the inside track Benefits are there to give working people a helping hand when they fell on hard times (after they had paid in, paid their taxes) Not for idle layabouts like our correspondent in the article nearly right all the time
  • Score: -11

10:42pm Sat 6 Sep 14

white rabbit9 says...

nearly right all the time wrote:
Mr White Muppet 9

Most people work hard for their money, they overcome all kinds of
difficulty to go to work, they don't moan, they just get on with it.

They don't think the Queen is a lizard or David Icke has got the inside track

Benefits are there to give working people a helping hand when they fell on hard times (after they had paid in, paid their taxes)

Not for idle layabouts like our correspondent in the article
People work hard for piece's of paper that belong to a (corporation, bank of england) the reason people are working hard is because the creators of the paper don't want you to figure it out that you are a slave.

"Getting on with it" when you don't question nothing you don't learn anything. There is plenty to learn.

The queen is an inter dimensional lizard and drinks human blood. As Crazy as this sounds to someone who has never looked into this subject of genetics DNA and the fact the planet we live on is a hologram, i can understand your skeptism. The royals all breed amoung themselves to keep the power and wealth, the queen could pay for the countries debt and we all live happy lives, but she would lose her power, they need power and control. The world has been manipulated for thousands of years and now the time has come where they are going to be exposed. This is why this is happening now and why david icke incarnated at this time to wake the human race up out of it's coma/trance. If he didn't do what he was here to do and this new epoch was to enter ( a new vibration) we would all die of massive overload of energy. Remember we are biological robots and we have fuses too. He is not a god he is not jesus christ he is part of what is know as te GODHEAD! Go do some research; because what we have been taught in school is lies lies lieslies lies and more lies. You know nothing of how the system works except what everyone knows, sorry mate I know different. By the way the man is sick because of his back and so not scrounging. If you want scroungers see the royal family, see your government, there the real scroungers, without us feeding them debt money they wouldn't exist.
A computer and the interent is not there to winge and moan, it actually has other information if only your mind would reach out to it.
[quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: Mr White Muppet 9 Most people work hard for their money, they overcome all kinds of difficulty to go to work, they don't moan, they just get on with it. They don't think the Queen is a lizard or David Icke has got the inside track Benefits are there to give working people a helping hand when they fell on hard times (after they had paid in, paid their taxes) Not for idle layabouts like our correspondent in the article[/p][/quote]People work hard for piece's of paper that belong to a (corporation, bank of england) the reason people are working hard is because the creators of the paper don't want you to figure it out that you are a slave. "Getting on with it" when you don't question nothing you don't learn anything. There is plenty to learn. The queen is an inter dimensional lizard and drinks human blood. As Crazy as this sounds to someone who has never looked into this subject of genetics DNA and the fact the planet we live on is a hologram, i can understand your skeptism. The royals all breed amoung themselves to keep the power and wealth, the queen could pay for the countries debt and we all live happy lives, but she would lose her power, they need power and control. The world has been manipulated for thousands of years and now the time has come where they are going to be exposed. This is why this is happening now and why david icke incarnated at this time to wake the human race up out of it's coma/trance. If he didn't do what he was here to do and this new epoch was to enter ( a new vibration) we would all die of massive overload of energy. Remember we are biological robots and we have fuses too. He is not a god he is not jesus christ he is part of what is know as te GODHEAD! Go do some research; because what we have been taught in school is lies lies lieslies lies and more lies. You know nothing of how the system works except what everyone knows, sorry mate I know different. By the way the man is sick because of his back and so not scrounging. If you want scroungers see the royal family, see your government, there the real scroungers, without us feeding them debt money they wouldn't exist. A computer and the interent is not there to winge and moan, it actually has other information if only your mind would reach out to it. white rabbit9
  • Score: 18

1:18pm Sun 7 Sep 14

nearly right all the time says...

Mr White Muppet 9

You are as mad as a hatter!

Are you Icke is disguise?
Mr White Muppet 9 You are as mad as a hatter! Are you Icke is disguise? nearly right all the time
  • Score: -14

1:59pm Sun 7 Sep 14

swanleyperson says...

This is as about sympathetic as they get......
This is as about sympathetic as they get...... swanleyperson
  • Score: 3

2:42pm Sun 7 Sep 14

sarfflondonbird says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible).
Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit.
It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day.
I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce.
I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?
You drama queen, yes you take this weeks first prize as the Shoppers very own D Q Twunt for the week.

A little roll on drums maestro please and a fanfare of trumpets if you would be so kind.

Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

nnnnnn !
Not a drama queen at all, when have I ever mentioned my condition in the past or played on it? Just saying that if what the fella above is going through is the same as I have then I sympathise with him. Degenerative Spinal discs is not just about back ache, it affects other parts to the body as well.
Mind you, what do you know????? I swear blind you must have had a lobotomy for your condition at some point in your life to come out with the crap you do, they must have removed the common sense and switched it with the funny humour gene in your brain I reckon. But fun you are not.
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible). Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit. It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day. I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce. I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?[/p][/quote]You drama queen, yes you take this weeks first prize as the Shoppers very own D Q Twunt for the week. A little roll on drums maestro please and a fanfare of trumpets if you would be so kind. Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nnnnnn ![/p][/quote]Not a drama queen at all, when have I ever mentioned my condition in the past or played on it? Just saying that if what the fella above is going through is the same as I have then I sympathise with him. Degenerative Spinal discs is not just about back ache, it affects other parts to the body as well. Mind you, what do you know????? I swear blind you must have had a lobotomy for your condition at some point in your life to come out with the crap you do, they must have removed the common sense and switched it with the funny humour gene in your brain I reckon. But fun you are not. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 25

2:45pm Sun 7 Sep 14

sarfflondonbird says...

Dean ambrose wrote:
Sarflondonbird you are an utter mess.if you were a dog you would be put down,oh hold on.....
I agree with you, it is debilitating, and if I were a dog they would have me put down, but alas I am all human and apparently a drama queen at one too.................
.! So no change there then. You will just have to put up with me, or not, whatever rocks yer boat!
[quote][p][bold]Dean ambrose[/bold] wrote: Sarflondonbird you are an utter mess.if you were a dog you would be put down,oh hold on.....[/p][/quote]I agree with you, it is debilitating, and if I were a dog they would have me put down, but alas I am all human and apparently a drama queen at one too................. .! So no change there then. You will just have to put up with me, or not, whatever rocks yer boat! sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 22

3:23pm Sun 7 Sep 14

white rabbit9 says...

nearly right all the time wrote:
Mr White Muppet 9

You are as mad as a hatter!

Are you Icke is disguise?
It is the kings and queens that have ruled over it's peasant's. This cabal which consist's of the kings and queens moved all over europe bringing in there control systemto every country. what is happening now is the "corporations" are now taking over the sovereigns of each country. There is just the middle east left and once that sovereign has gone and the 'corporations' get there land then an army of darkness will reign and they will put every single human being in debt making it impossible to ever fight out of the system of pure evil.

GO RESEARCH!

or

http://www.redicecre
ations.com/radio/201
4/09/RIR-140904.php

I have checked out the information and know the man is correct in this interview. Or just stick your head in the sand.
[quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: Mr White Muppet 9 You are as mad as a hatter! Are you Icke is disguise?[/p][/quote]It is the kings and queens that have ruled over it's peasant's. This cabal which consist's of the kings and queens moved all over europe bringing in there control systemto every country. what is happening now is the "corporations" are now taking over the sovereigns of each country. There is just the middle east left and once that sovereign has gone and the 'corporations' get there land then an army of darkness will reign and they will put every single human being in debt making it impossible to ever fight out of the system of pure evil. GO RESEARCH! or http://www.redicecre ations.com/radio/201 4/09/RIR-140904.php I have checked out the information and know the man is correct in this interview. Or just stick your head in the sand. white rabbit9
  • Score: 12

5:48pm Sun 7 Sep 14

white rabbit9 says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
Dean ambrose wrote:
Sarflondonbird you are an utter mess.if you were a dog you would be put down,oh hold on.....
I agree with you, it is debilitating, and if I were a dog they would have me put down, but alas I am all human and apparently a drama queen at one too.................

.! So no change there then. You will just have to put up with me, or not, whatever rocks yer boat!
We'll put up with ya, life is just an experience.
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dean ambrose[/bold] wrote: Sarflondonbird you are an utter mess.if you were a dog you would be put down,oh hold on.....[/p][/quote]I agree with you, it is debilitating, and if I were a dog they would have me put down, but alas I am all human and apparently a drama queen at one too................. .! So no change there then. You will just have to put up with me, or not, whatever rocks yer boat![/p][/quote]We'll put up with ya, life is just an experience. white rabbit9
  • Score: 11

9:02pm Sun 7 Sep 14

Gypo.Joe says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
Gypo.Joe wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible).
Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit.
It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day.
I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce.
I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?
You drama queen, yes you take this weeks first prize as the Shoppers very own D Q Twunt for the week.

A little roll on drums maestro please and a fanfare of trumpets if you would be so kind.

Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn


nnnnnn !
Not a drama queen at all, when have I ever mentioned my condition in the past or played on it? Just saying that if what the fella above is going through is the same as I have then I sympathise with him. Degenerative Spinal discs is not just about back ache, it affects other parts to the body as well.
Mind you, what do you know????? I swear blind you must have had a lobotomy for your condition at some point in your life to come out with the crap you do, they must have removed the common sense and switched it with the funny humour gene in your brain I reckon. But fun you are not.
Listen can you hear that squealing noise ?

It's only me playing the worlds smallest violin for you.

Your old man must have a younger bit on the side, you do know that don't you. No man should have to live with a raspberry and idiot like you.

Love Joe boi. ♥ ( oh my aching sides )
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible). Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit. It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day. I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce. I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?[/p][/quote]You drama queen, yes you take this weeks first prize as the Shoppers very own D Q Twunt for the week. A little roll on drums maestro please and a fanfare of trumpets if you would be so kind. Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nnnnnn ![/p][/quote]Not a drama queen at all, when have I ever mentioned my condition in the past or played on it? Just saying that if what the fella above is going through is the same as I have then I sympathise with him. Degenerative Spinal discs is not just about back ache, it affects other parts to the body as well. Mind you, what do you know????? I swear blind you must have had a lobotomy for your condition at some point in your life to come out with the crap you do, they must have removed the common sense and switched it with the funny humour gene in your brain I reckon. But fun you are not.[/p][/quote]Listen can you hear that squealing noise ? It's only me playing the worlds smallest violin for you. Your old man must have a younger bit on the side, you do know that don't you. No man should have to live with a raspberry and idiot like you. Love Joe boi. ♥ ( oh my aching sides ) Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -16

9:36am Mon 8 Sep 14

PaulErith says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
Gypo.Joe wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible).
Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit.
It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day.
I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce.
I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?
You drama queen, yes you take this weeks first prize as the Shoppers very own D Q Twunt for the week.

A little roll on drums maestro please and a fanfare of trumpets if you would be so kind.

Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn


nnnnnn !
I would say you are middle class, sat behind an office desk all your life. What a waste of a human being.
Who the fcuk are you to judge other people's lives based on what they do for a living? Also, there's a certain hypocrisy in saying that someone in an office is wasting their life when you spend 24/7 commenting on this site!
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible). Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit. It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day. I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce. I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?[/p][/quote]You drama queen, yes you take this weeks first prize as the Shoppers very own D Q Twunt for the week. A little roll on drums maestro please and a fanfare of trumpets if you would be so kind. Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nnnnnn ![/p][/quote]I would say you are middle class, sat behind an office desk all your life. What a waste of a human being.[/p][/quote]Who the fcuk are you to judge other people's lives based on what they do for a living? Also, there's a certain hypocrisy in saying that someone in an office is wasting their life when you spend 24/7 commenting on this site! PaulErith
  • Score: -10

9:53am Mon 8 Sep 14

the wall says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible).
Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit.
It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day.
I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce.
I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?
So this is the real reason why you are full of hate. You're ill and subconsciously blame non whites and anyone not from the UK. Thanks for letting us know.
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible). Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit. It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day. I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce. I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?[/p][/quote]So this is the real reason why you are full of hate. You're ill and subconsciously blame non whites and anyone not from the UK. Thanks for letting us know. the wall
  • Score: -21

10:21am Mon 8 Sep 14

Gypo.Joe says...

SLturd is ill aright boi, it needs is a check up from the neck up fer a start.

Crumbling spine my arse, it don't stop it from getting its ankles behind its ears though.
SLturd is ill aright boi, it needs is a check up from the neck up fer a start. Crumbling spine my arse, it don't stop it from getting its ankles behind its ears though. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -13

1:00pm Mon 8 Sep 14

sarfflondonbird says...

the wall wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible).
Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit.
It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day.
I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce.
I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?
So this is the real reason why you are full of hate. You're ill and subconsciously blame non whites and anyone not from the UK. Thanks for letting us know.
What an idiotic remark...........go and stand at the back of the class with gypo joe and put your hands on your head (or inside your head would be preferable) for the next quarter of a century.
I shall be writing to both your parents about your abominable progress to grow up.
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible). Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit. It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day. I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce. I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?[/p][/quote]So this is the real reason why you are full of hate. You're ill and subconsciously blame non whites and anyone not from the UK. Thanks for letting us know.[/p][/quote]What an idiotic remark...........go and stand at the back of the class with gypo joe and put your hands on your head (or inside your head would be preferable) for the next quarter of a century. I shall be writing to both your parents about your abominable progress to grow up. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 27

1:01pm Mon 8 Sep 14

sarfflondonbird says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
SLturd is ill aright boi, it needs is a check up from the neck up fer a start.

Crumbling spine my arse, it don't stop it from getting its ankles behind its ears though.
and how would you know ...................d
o enlighten all. Idiot.
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: SLturd is ill aright boi, it needs is a check up from the neck up fer a start. Crumbling spine my arse, it don't stop it from getting its ankles behind its ears though.[/p][/quote]and how would you know ...................d o enlighten all. Idiot. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 18

1:49pm Mon 8 Sep 14

Crayman says...

He's got this issue, can't work, but still she managed to get pregnant ? So who do they think pays for the kids upbringing ?
He's got this issue, can't work, but still she managed to get pregnant ? So who do they think pays for the kids upbringing ? Crayman
  • Score: 9

6:34pm Mon 8 Sep 14

molsey says...

the wall wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible).
Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit.
It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day.
I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce.
I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?
So this is the real reason why you are full of hate. You're ill and subconsciously blame non whites and anyone not from the UK. Thanks for letting us know.
Wall, got the driving school open yet, don't mug yourself by using Smart's.
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible). Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit. It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day. I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce. I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?[/p][/quote]So this is the real reason why you are full of hate. You're ill and subconsciously blame non whites and anyone not from the UK. Thanks for letting us know.[/p][/quote]Wall, got the driving school open yet, don't mug yourself by using Smart's. molsey
  • Score: 10

6:50pm Mon 8 Sep 14

Gypo.Joe says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
Gypo.Joe wrote:
SLturd is ill aright boi, it needs is a check up from the neck up fer a start.

Crumbling spine my arse, it don't stop it from getting its ankles behind its ears though.
and how would you know ...................d

o enlighten all. Idiot.
I've seen the phota's dahn the club Turd.

You're on Mingers.com
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: SLturd is ill aright boi, it needs is a check up from the neck up fer a start. Crumbling spine my arse, it don't stop it from getting its ankles behind its ears though.[/p][/quote]and how would you know ...................d o enlighten all. Idiot.[/p][/quote]I've seen the phota's dahn the club Turd. You're on Mingers.com Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -10

8:43pm Mon 8 Sep 14

flea_in_ear says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
ATOS pure evil, that compny will kill as many people as it has to and is ordered too.

http://www.intmensor

g.info/atosmurders.h

tm

http://www.scriptoni

tedaily.com/2013/06/

25/atos-boss-earns-4

4k-a-week-while-disa

bled-fight-to-keep-j

ust-131/

PURE EVIL!

https://www.youtube.

com/watch?v=mVTyGz7C

Rs8
Don't blame ATOS. They will write letters confirming that time is required in order to recuperate, or that someone is unfit for work. They are sympathetic. Don't be misled. The DWP provides them with tick boxes. The letters ATOS write are ignored. Only the tick boxes matter. Can you move an empty cardboard box from one end of the table to the other? You only have to do it once. That is the level of ability required by the DWP. The government is trying to blame ATOS when it is the government's ridiculous system which s to blame.
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: ATOS pure evil, that compny will kill as many people as it has to and is ordered too. http://www.intmensor g.info/atosmurders.h tm http://www.scriptoni tedaily.com/2013/06/ 25/atos-boss-earns-4 4k-a-week-while-disa bled-fight-to-keep-j ust-131/ PURE EVIL! https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=mVTyGz7C Rs8[/p][/quote]Don't blame ATOS. They will write letters confirming that time is required in order to recuperate, or that someone is unfit for work. They are sympathetic. Don't be misled. The DWP provides them with tick boxes. The letters ATOS write are ignored. Only the tick boxes matter. Can you move an empty cardboard box from one end of the table to the other? You only have to do it once. That is the level of ability required by the DWP. The government is trying to blame ATOS when it is the government's ridiculous system which s to blame. flea_in_ear
  • Score: 15

8:47pm Mon 8 Sep 14

flea_in_ear says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible).
Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit.
It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day.
I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce.
I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?
Painkillers don't cure. They simply hide symptoms. Cocodomol can cause major gastic problems.
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible). Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit. It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day. I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce. I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?[/p][/quote]Painkillers don't cure. They simply hide symptoms. Cocodomol can cause major gastic problems. flea_in_ear
  • Score: 13

3:54am Tue 9 Sep 14

sarfflondonbird says...

flea_in_ear wrote:
white rabbit9 wrote:
ATOS pure evil, that compny will kill as many people as it has to and is ordered too.

http://www.intmensor


g.info/atosmurders.h


tm

http://www.scriptoni


tedaily.com/2013/06/


25/atos-boss-earns-4


4k-a-week-while-disa


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PURE EVIL!

https://www.youtube.


com/watch?v=mVTyGz7C


Rs8
Don't blame ATOS. They will write letters confirming that time is required in order to recuperate, or that someone is unfit for work. They are sympathetic. Don't be misled. The DWP provides them with tick boxes. The letters ATOS write are ignored. Only the tick boxes matter. Can you move an empty cardboard box from one end of the table to the other? You only have to do it once. That is the level of ability required by the DWP. The government is trying to blame ATOS when it is the government's ridiculous system which s to blame.
You are so right there. Then again any letters written to Dwp receive a nil response, it is too much for them to string a sentence together on a piece of paper, other than their bog standard letter produced. They are utterly rude, ignorant and contemptable to claimants full stop.
[quote][p][bold]flea_in_ear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: ATOS pure evil, that compny will kill as many people as it has to and is ordered too. http://www.intmensor g.info/atosmurders.h tm http://www.scriptoni tedaily.com/2013/06/ 25/atos-boss-earns-4 4k-a-week-while-disa bled-fight-to-keep-j ust-131/ PURE EVIL! https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=mVTyGz7C Rs8[/p][/quote]Don't blame ATOS. They will write letters confirming that time is required in order to recuperate, or that someone is unfit for work. They are sympathetic. Don't be misled. The DWP provides them with tick boxes. The letters ATOS write are ignored. Only the tick boxes matter. Can you move an empty cardboard box from one end of the table to the other? You only have to do it once. That is the level of ability required by the DWP. The government is trying to blame ATOS when it is the government's ridiculous system which s to blame.[/p][/quote]You are so right there. Then again any letters written to Dwp receive a nil response, it is too much for them to string a sentence together on a piece of paper, other than their bog standard letter produced. They are utterly rude, ignorant and contemptable to claimants full stop. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 15

4:01am Tue 9 Sep 14

sarfflondonbird says...

flea_in_ear wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
nearly right all the time wrote:
ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN!

Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour!

Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty
of room.

you couldn't make it up!
Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible).
Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit.
It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day.
I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce.
I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?
Painkillers don't cure. They simply hide symptoms. Cocodomol can cause major gastic problems.
You have a valid point there. I just didnt likethe possibility of ending up wheelchair bound if the operation was not successful so opted out. All pain killers hide the problem/s but what is the alternative?
[quote][p][bold]flea_in_ear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nearly right all the time[/bold] wrote: ALL ABOARD THE LAZY TRAIN! Fast to benefit town not stopping at Work, Hard work or Manual Labour! Join the last 4 coaches for Idle, move right down the train so their is plenty of room. you couldn't make it up![/p][/quote]Have to disagree with you there. If this man truly has degenerative spinal discs, I well sympathise with him, because I too have the same condition, diagnosed five years ago, which meant I had to give up working (as it was in a primary school at the time and meant a lot of bending and sitting and climbing stairs was becoming impossible). Although I refuse to lay in bed all day, and refused the operation on the grounds that I could have possibly ended up in a wheelchair, I would much rather struggle with trying to be able to get about on my own two feet , albeit in great pain and distress at times, than to land up in a wheelchair I must admit. It is a bloody painful condition to have; as well as the constant back pain itself, the trapped nerves causes no end of problems such as standing, sitting, walking, bending (something which I can no longer do at all), climbing stairs etc. not to mention the possibility of falling over just because the muscle spasms in the legs give way with no warning (which was how I got diagnosed in the first instance), there is also constant pins and needles effects in the muscle areas which is stressful as there is no relieving this. Then there is the added bonus of the condition creeping up the spine whereby it affects the use of your neck, turning your head left or right is a problem, it causes migraines and sickness; you are unable to carry heavy objects such as bags of shopping (plural not singular) without pain or muscle spasms causing you to drop items. Even with the pain management injections of steroids, they only last a couple of weeks and can add weight gain if not careful or in line with any other ailments/medication you may be taking at the time leading to painful joints. Lastly but not least, it can make you very depressed (well who wouldn't be coping with all that?) and inclined to stay at home and possibly in bed all day. I also was atos assessed and told I was fit for work. Lovely if you can get the work to fit around the ailments, not so if you cant. They dont actually come to your home and see how you have to cope with everyday situations. nor are they around when you wake up with screaming headaches, unable to move your arms or lift your head of the pillows, watch you having to struggle to sit down or stand up or even get into a bath/shower. They aren't present when you are trying to cope with housework, cooking meals, having to stand for long periods waiting for or on public transport itself trying not to be thrown about; They just ask the basic questions and assess on that whether or not you are fit for work and the questions asked were a farce. I hope when this man has his operation that it does relieve the pain somewhat, but by staying in bed all the time, he isnt doing himself any favours, and the muscles will only get weaker. Surely his gp can give him stronger pain killers such as co-codamol, or/napraxin?[/p][/quote]Painkillers don't cure. They simply hide symptoms. Cocodomol can cause major gastic problems.[/p][/quote]You have a valid point there. I just didnt likethe possibility of ending up wheelchair bound if the operation was not successful so opted out. All pain killers hide the problem/s but what is the alternative? sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 16

4:09am Tue 9 Sep 14

sarfflondonbird says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
Gypo.Joe wrote:
SLturd is ill aright boi, it needs is a check up from the neck up fer a start.

Crumbling spine my arse, it don't stop it from getting its ankles behind its ears though.
and how would you know ...................d


o enlighten all. Idiot.
I've seen the phota's dahn the club Turd.

You're on Mingers.com
I bet you subscribe to mingers.com, you must do to go rooting through the pictures, secretly matching photos to your missus are you by chance? Well if I do grace mingers.com, I will have achieved something over you...no site will dare expose a mug shot of you too the world, it would probably be very traumatising,to people, and need a graphic warning put in place.
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: SLturd is ill aright boi, it needs is a check up from the neck up fer a start. Crumbling spine my arse, it don't stop it from getting its ankles behind its ears though.[/p][/quote]and how would you know ...................d o enlighten all. Idiot.[/p][/quote]I've seen the phota's dahn the club Turd. You're on Mingers.com[/p][/quote]I bet you subscribe to mingers.com, you must do to go rooting through the pictures, secretly matching photos to your missus are you by chance? Well if I do grace mingers.com, I will have achieved something over you...no site will dare expose a mug shot of you too the world, it would probably be very traumatising,to people, and need a graphic warning put in place. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 15

10:52am Tue 9 Sep 14

Gypo.Joe says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
Gypo.Joe wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
Gypo.Joe wrote:
SLturd is ill aright boi, it needs is a check up from the neck up fer a start.

Crumbling spine my arse, it don't stop it from getting its ankles behind its ears though.
and how would you know ...................d



o enlighten all. Idiot.
I've seen the phota's dahn the club Turd.

You're on Mingers.com
I bet you subscribe to mingers.com, you must do to go rooting through the pictures, secretly matching photos to your missus are you by chance? Well if I do grace mingers.com, I will have achieved something over you...no site will dare expose a mug shot of you too the world, it would probably be very traumatising,to people, and need a graphic warning put in place.
Listen up clawf ears, I'm on FB. You can see me any time ya like, and the lovely Mrs G.

Joe Gypo on FB....I am there I am there.
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: SLturd is ill aright boi, it needs is a check up from the neck up fer a start. Crumbling spine my arse, it don't stop it from getting its ankles behind its ears though.[/p][/quote]and how would you know ...................d o enlighten all. Idiot.[/p][/quote]I've seen the phota's dahn the club Turd. You're on Mingers.com[/p][/quote]I bet you subscribe to mingers.com, you must do to go rooting through the pictures, secretly matching photos to your missus are you by chance? Well if I do grace mingers.com, I will have achieved something over you...no site will dare expose a mug shot of you too the world, it would probably be very traumatising,to people, and need a graphic warning put in place.[/p][/quote]Listen up clawf ears, I'm on FB. You can see me any time ya like, and the lovely Mrs G. Joe Gypo on FB....I am there I am there. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -12

2:20pm Tue 9 Sep 14

annam85 says...

Just to let you know, whilst on ESA you cannot be penalised for declining a job or job interview, however being in work related activity group, you will need to attend occasional mandatory training and courses.
Either you have not been informed correctly, or you are just trying to exaggerate your situation.
Just to let you know, whilst on ESA you cannot be penalised for declining a job or job interview, however being in work related activity group, you will need to attend occasional mandatory training and courses. Either you have not been informed correctly, or you are just trying to exaggerate your situation. annam85
  • Score: 6

11:13am Wed 10 Sep 14

MrsJ2012 says...

annam85 wrote:
Just to let you know, whilst on ESA you cannot be penalised for declining a job or job interview, however being in work related activity group, you will need to attend occasional mandatory training and courses. Either you have not been informed correctly, or you are just trying to exaggerate your situation.
The whole story is exaggeration and fabrication no doubt. Why on earth would you decide to have another child if you have already had 2 taken away from you because you 'couldn't cope'?!

Ahhhh yes, more kids = more benefits....silly me
[quote][p][bold]annam85[/bold] wrote: Just to let you know, whilst on ESA you cannot be penalised for declining a job or job interview, however being in work related activity group, you will need to attend occasional mandatory training and courses. Either you have not been informed correctly, or you are just trying to exaggerate your situation.[/p][/quote]The whole story is exaggeration and fabrication no doubt. Why on earth would you decide to have another child if you have already had 2 taken away from you because you 'couldn't cope'?! Ahhhh yes, more kids = more benefits....silly me MrsJ2012
  • Score: 3

1:05pm Wed 10 Sep 14

annam85 says...

MrsJ2012 wrote:
annam85 wrote: Just to let you know, whilst on ESA you cannot be penalised for declining a job or job interview, however being in work related activity group, you will need to attend occasional mandatory training and courses. Either you have not been informed correctly, or you are just trying to exaggerate your situation.
The whole story is exaggeration and fabrication no doubt. Why on earth would you decide to have another child if you have already had 2 taken away from you because you 'couldn't cope'?! Ahhhh yes, more kids = more benefits....silly me
Honestly, I feel the same. If I was to write a post about my own personal feelings on the situation, it would probably be removed by NS.

Too many people like this family...Beyond help, using every public resource possible.. and then still complaining about it. Its the attitude of too many now days. People have got used to it thanks to the overgenerous welfare system. The people that are sensible, hard working, live within their means and save money are basically doing all that for the rest of the population who don’t do any of those things. Also, the only people who can really afford to reproduce without having to plan/worry financially are either the very rich, or those on benefits. What a great future for the country eh? Something has to change.
[quote][p][bold]MrsJ2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]annam85[/bold] wrote: Just to let you know, whilst on ESA you cannot be penalised for declining a job or job interview, however being in work related activity group, you will need to attend occasional mandatory training and courses. Either you have not been informed correctly, or you are just trying to exaggerate your situation.[/p][/quote]The whole story is exaggeration and fabrication no doubt. Why on earth would you decide to have another child if you have already had 2 taken away from you because you 'couldn't cope'?! Ahhhh yes, more kids = more benefits....silly me[/p][/quote]Honestly, I feel the same. If I was to write a post about my own personal feelings on the situation, it would probably be removed by NS. Too many people like this family...Beyond help, using every public resource possible.. and then still complaining about it. Its the attitude of too many now days. People have got used to it thanks to the overgenerous welfare system. The people that are sensible, hard working, live within their means and save money are basically doing all that for the rest of the population who don’t do any of those things. Also, the only people who can really afford to reproduce without having to plan/worry financially are either the very rich, or those on benefits. What a great future for the country eh? Something has to change. annam85
  • Score: 6

1:30pm Wed 10 Sep 14

PaulErith says...

annam85 wrote:
MrsJ2012 wrote:
annam85 wrote: Just to let you know, whilst on ESA you cannot be penalised for declining a job or job interview, however being in work related activity group, you will need to attend occasional mandatory training and courses. Either you have not been informed correctly, or you are just trying to exaggerate your situation.
The whole story is exaggeration and fabrication no doubt. Why on earth would you decide to have another child if you have already had 2 taken away from you because you 'couldn't cope'?! Ahhhh yes, more kids = more benefits....silly me
Honestly, I feel the same. If I was to write a post about my own personal feelings on the situation, it would probably be removed by NS.

Too many people like this family...Beyond help, using every public resource possible.. and then still complaining about it. Its the attitude of too many now days. People have got used to it thanks to the overgenerous welfare system. The people that are sensible, hard working, live within their means and save money are basically doing all that for the rest of the population who don’t do any of those things. Also, the only people who can really afford to reproduce without having to plan/worry financially are either the very rich, or those on benefits. What a great future for the country eh? Something has to change.
Absolutely. I had the conversation with a good friend a few weeks ago who has one child of the age of 2. Him and his wife would love to have another child now, but financially it would be too much of a strain. They're both reasonable earners, but are unable to afford a second child. Therefore, they don't have one. The 'benefits people' on the other hand don't have such concerns! Knock out another kid and then moan that you need a bigger house. It's disgusting.
[quote][p][bold]annam85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MrsJ2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]annam85[/bold] wrote: Just to let you know, whilst on ESA you cannot be penalised for declining a job or job interview, however being in work related activity group, you will need to attend occasional mandatory training and courses. Either you have not been informed correctly, or you are just trying to exaggerate your situation.[/p][/quote]The whole story is exaggeration and fabrication no doubt. Why on earth would you decide to have another child if you have already had 2 taken away from you because you 'couldn't cope'?! Ahhhh yes, more kids = more benefits....silly me[/p][/quote]Honestly, I feel the same. If I was to write a post about my own personal feelings on the situation, it would probably be removed by NS. Too many people like this family...Beyond help, using every public resource possible.. and then still complaining about it. Its the attitude of too many now days. People have got used to it thanks to the overgenerous welfare system. The people that are sensible, hard working, live within their means and save money are basically doing all that for the rest of the population who don’t do any of those things. Also, the only people who can really afford to reproduce without having to plan/worry financially are either the very rich, or those on benefits. What a great future for the country eh? Something has to change.[/p][/quote]Absolutely. I had the conversation with a good friend a few weeks ago who has one child of the age of 2. Him and his wife would love to have another child now, but financially it would be too much of a strain. They're both reasonable earners, but are unable to afford a second child. Therefore, they don't have one. The 'benefits people' on the other hand don't have such concerns! Knock out another kid and then moan that you need a bigger house. It's disgusting. PaulErith
  • Score: 3

12:45pm Thu 11 Sep 14

concerned.erith says...

This is just typical of the state of things today. Not working, getting benefit but still decide to have another child so you and I as taxpayers have to pay to support them!

He might have had a good day to have the rumpy pumpy for sex but to bring another child into the world and expect us to support them beggars belieft!
This is just typical of the state of things today. Not working, getting benefit but still decide to have another child so you and I as taxpayers have to pay to support them! He might have had a good day to have the rumpy pumpy for sex but to bring another child into the world and expect us to support them beggars belieft! concerned.erith
  • Score: 4

1:00pm Thu 11 Sep 14

Grant2436 says...

Ive just read this through and see as usual people getting personal and nasty.
It seems some people have nothing better to do but troll through these articles just to slate people.
Get a life, or a job would be nice and dont spend all day commenting on everything you read.
I really feel for people that do have problems with their back and are unable to work and dont listen to idiots on here
ie: Gypo Joe......
Oh well thats my break over so back to work for some off us.
Ive just read this through and see as usual people getting personal and nasty. It seems some people have nothing better to do but troll through these articles just to slate people. Get a life, or a job would be nice and dont spend all day commenting [nastily] on everything you read. I really feel for people that do have problems with their back and are unable to work and dont listen to idiots on here ie: Gypo Joe...... Oh well thats my break over so back to work for some off us. Grant2436
  • Score: 19

4:38pm Thu 11 Sep 14

1Anon1 says...

I too admire these two people for selling their story, they must of had no idea as to how they would have been Portrayed, next time think before the reporter comes to see you. Being a few months pregnant and saying that his practically bed bound isn't going to look good to honest hard working people and people honestly claiming benefits. This mans partner claims he cannot walk to the shops, his back does not cause him any agony when he walks to the shops for his cigarettes carrying bags of shopping. This mans back seems to always cause problems when he is being assessed for benefits. I just wish that the mother would have put all the energy from doing this story into seeing her sons who are not living with Dad because of her "partners back problems"
I too admire these two people for selling their story, they must of had no idea as to how they would have been Portrayed, next time think before the reporter comes to see you. Being a few months pregnant and saying that his practically bed bound isn't going to look good to honest hard working people and people honestly claiming benefits. This mans partner claims he cannot walk to the shops, his back does not cause him any agony when he walks to the shops for his cigarettes carrying bags of shopping. This mans back seems to always cause problems when he is being assessed for benefits. I just wish that the mother would have put all the energy from doing this story into seeing her sons who are not living with Dad because of her "partners back problems" 1Anon1
  • Score: 3

8:52pm Thu 11 Sep 14

Gypo.Joe says...

Grant2436 wrote:
Ive just read this through and see as usual people getting personal and nasty.
It seems some people have nothing better to do but troll through these articles just to slate people.
Get a life, or a job would be nice and dont spend all day commenting on everything you read.
I really feel for people that do have problems with their back and are unable to work and dont listen to idiots on here
ie: Gypo Joe......
Oh well thats my break over so back to work for some off us.
Will some one call old Bill for Grant2436 please, someone MADE him read through all the comments.

Hold on there boi they'll be there shortly to save you.

You muvers twunt !!
[quote][p][bold]Grant2436[/bold] wrote: Ive just read this through and see as usual people getting personal and nasty. It seems some people have nothing better to do but troll through these articles just to slate people. Get a life, or a job would be nice and dont spend all day commenting [nastily] on everything you read. I really feel for people that do have problems with their back and are unable to work and dont listen to idiots on here ie: Gypo Joe...... Oh well thats my break over so back to work for some off us.[/p][/quote]Will some one call old Bill for Grant2436 please, someone MADE him read through all the comments. Hold on there boi they'll be there shortly to save you. You muvers twunt !! Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -10

8:08am Fri 12 Sep 14

Grant2436 says...

Boi (plural: bois) is a term used within LGBT and butch and femme communities to refer to a person's sexual and/or gender identities.

Well done Gypo Joe

And FYO im female
Boi (plural: bois) is a term used within LGBT and butch and femme communities to refer to a person's sexual and/or gender identities. Well done Gypo Joe And FYO im female Grant2436
  • Score: 0

11:02am Fri 12 Sep 14

Gypo.Joe says...

Grant2436 wrote:
Boi (plural: bois) is a term used within LGBT and butch and femme communities to refer to a person's sexual and/or gender identities.

Well done Gypo Joe

And FYO im female
Are you OK though ? I've been worried all night and this morning that you were being held hostage and made to read the Shopper on line comments.

If you cant comment because you are being held hostage, just nod or give us a wink. ;)

I will be so relieved to hear back from you, I've even got a migraine worrying.

Joe Boi x
[quote][p][bold]Grant2436[/bold] wrote: Boi (plural: bois) is a term used within LGBT and butch and femme communities to refer to a person's sexual and/or gender identities. Well done Gypo Joe And FYO im female[/p][/quote]Are you OK though ? I've been worried all night and this morning that you were being held hostage and made to read the Shopper on line comments. If you cant comment because you are being held hostage, just nod or give us a wink. ;) I will be so relieved to hear back from you, I've even got a migraine worrying. Joe Boi x Gypo.Joe
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