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24/05/2019 15:23
DulwichLondoner
That's interesting. I have, in fact, often wondered if we have too many minicabs, and if reducing the number wouldn't improve congestion and pollution, especially in zone 1. Minicabs are currently exe
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
24/05/2019 09:22
DulwichLondoner
lilolil Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Maybe I'm missing something. Perhaps someone on > the forum can enlighten me... > Why, when I didn't have a polling card an
Forum: The Lounge
23/05/2019 18:17
DulwichLondoner
keano77 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I do understand the point you are trying to make > DL If you did, you would have admitted from the beginning that leave
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23/05/2019 17:42
DulwichLondoner
keano77 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What is the question you are trying to ask DL? > > If it is ‘Do you want to stay here or leave here?’ > It is a simple bi
Forum: The Lounge
23/05/2019 17:38
DulwichLondoner
ashleywlkr Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I was very nearly injured yesterday when a BMW > sped past my drive as I was pulling out in my car. > he was travelling
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
23/05/2019 17:10
DulwichLondoner
keano77 Wrote: > > Depends what the question was. If the question was > binary, ie do you want to stay put or not stay > put, then not stay put won. Are you serious? Are you in bad faith
Forum: The Lounge
23/05/2019 16:36
DulwichLondoner
exdulwicher Wrote: > > At no point in any of the previous 3 pages have I > specifically said "I am in favour of them". exdulwicher, I confused you with the other user who replied "says me". I
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23/05/2019 15:41
DulwichLondoner
One has to love the Brexiter's logic, and their insistence in repeating the same old drivel while refusing to answer very clear questions. Was leave vs remain ever a binary choice? Yes or no? Can
Forum: The Lounge
23/05/2019 13:25
DulwichLondoner
So you are in favour of 20mph limits even though you have no idea: if they really reduce accidents (the DfT report says the evidence is inconclusive) what the environmental impact of longer jour
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23/05/2019 13:11
DulwichLondoner
JohnL Wrote: > > https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/kings-colle > ge-london-probe-after-senior-lecturer-in-mental-he > alth-filmed-poking-remain-campaigner-a4149331.html That kind of beh
Forum: The Lounge
23/05/2019 12:18
DulwichLondoner
The fact that the average journey is short is a technically true but practically often irrelevant piece of information the cycle lobby loves to spit out whenever it can, typically to claim that more p
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23/05/2019 10:31
DulwichLondoner
keano77 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Beautifully put DF. > > To use some Remainer logic (sic) if Man City and > Liverpool both win tomorrow and City get 98 po
Forum: The Lounge
23/05/2019 10:22
DulwichLondoner
renard Wrote: > It's a report on the impact of their > implementations in these area (the 20mph > signposts)- Of course - that's the whole point of the study! >it's not a safety study of t
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22/05/2019 23:25
DulwichLondoner
exdulwicher Wrote: > You don't count the number of people swimming > across the river before you decide whether or not > to build a bridge over it - it's fairly self > evident that building a br
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22/05/2019 10:52
DulwichLondoner
Penguin68 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ...So, the jury is still out. However I think > there are no doubts that impacts on pedestrians or > cyclists at 20mph ar
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
22/05/2019 09:58
DulwichLondoner
KidKruger Wrote: > > A 20mph restriction makes roads for drivers and > > > pedestrians safer. > > Says who? > > Says me. > As a driver, pedestrian and cyclist. It's hard to argue with s
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21/05/2019 17:23
DulwichLondoner
KidKruger Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > A 20mph restriction makes roads for drivers and > pedestrians safer. Says who? There were a few discussions about 2 yea
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21/05/2019 17:20
DulwichLondoner
malumbu Wrote: > I did some research a few years ago based on the > ksi (killed and seriously injured) published by > DfT. Cyclists causing injury to pedestrians is > pretty rare and the data d
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24/07/2018 09:49
DulwichLondoner
On a related topic, what I find insane is that so many bus lane signs all over London are almost hidden from view. Take this one, coming from Camberwell rd towards Denmark Hill: it is almost always hi
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24/07/2018 09:35
DulwichLondoner
@ianr, no, I'd never do it, I was just saying it to rant! @zebedee, yes, that's very frustrating. Many of us now wait on the footbridge for that very reason, but older people, people with disabilit
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24/07/2018 09:26
DulwichLondoner
ed26 Wrote: > A more equitable model would be to agree a listing > fee for a price that any monkey could sell for > (say £800K in this example) and then, say, 10%-15% > of every £1 above this le
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01/07/2018 08:17
DulwichLondoner
It's happened to me 3 times over the last 6 months or so, always between 6 and 8pm. A few more times I avoided it because I had already boarded the train but noticed people leaving in a hurry: someon
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29/06/2018 20:17
DulwichLondoner
Oh, and while waiting for the train back, I noticed someone outside the station peeing into a corner, from a distance of about 10 cms from me (he was just outside the fence of platform 3). Thank you,
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29/06/2018 19:49
DulwichLondoner
I got on the train at Victoria and the display showed "calling at Denmark Hill". I then learnt the train calls only at beautiful Lewisham. Why they couldn't make the announcement from the train is be
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26/06/2018 14:16
DulwichLondoner
rendelharris Wrote: > A brisk walk? A short bicycle ride? How did our > grandparents manage when almost nobody had a car? > This is the level we've reached, when people can't > see an alterna
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26/06/2018 13:13
DulwichLondoner
Those statistics, like those on the average income or the average wealth of Londoners, are close to meaningless because of the huge variability underlying those numbers. I know quite a few families
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26/06/2018 12:01
DulwichLondoner
rendelharris Wrote: --------------------------------------------- > Apart from four trains an hour to ED station, > right by Sainsbury's, taking two minutes, the 42 > bus every ten minutes, or (wi
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
26/06/2018 10:41
DulwichLondoner
It depends on where you live. If you live by the Dulwich library you have plenty of frequent buses to get to the big Sainsbury on Dog Kennel Hill. If you live, say, near the North Dulwich Station,
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26/06/2018 08:13
DulwichLondoner
A game changer is if you have kids Public transport in SE London sucks. Many stations are not accessible. If, on an infrequent bus route like the 37,all the buggy spaces are occupied, it may take you
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18/06/2018 21:34
DulwichLondoner
Someone please remind me again why our supposedly privatised rail services are better than the non-privatised ones in continental Europe?
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