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4 hours ago, Organgrinder said:

If you read my middle line it says speaking  to the forum and not to me.

Don't bother wondering why I do anything because I'm busy pleasing myself and not you. 

I'm not ranting and you are starting to look a little silly now   and  you are harvey alright.

 

It’s my good self looking silly is it?  Hmmm.

 

And nope I am not harvey19.

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Just now, pfifes said:

It’s my good self looking silly is it?  Hmmm.

 

And nope I am not harvey19.

Look how you like.  It's not my problem.  

Not particularly interested who or even what you are

 

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15 minutes ago, Organgrinder said:

Look how you like.  It's not my problem.  

Not particularly interested who or even what you are

 

But .....

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2 minutes ago, hackey lad said:

But .....

The replies keep coming….

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23 minutes ago, Organgrinder said:

Look how you like.  It's not my problem.  

Not particularly interested who or even what you are

 

Why insist he's harvey then? 

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Their bull dogs always look well fed for someone that's supposedly homeless and penniless.

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5 minutes ago, Irene Swaine said:

Their bull dogs always look well fed for someone that's supposedly homeless and penniless.

To be fair, genuine homeless people are more likely to ensure their pooch is fed first before they are. 

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1 hour ago, The_DADDY said:

Why insist he's harvey then? 

Because it is.

I know from talking to you that there are those who don't know what the truth is.

Remember you said I fought in an illegal war ?

 

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28 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

To be fair, genuine homeless people are more likely to ensure their pooch is fed first before they are. 

I don't understand why anyone who is actually homeless would get a dog. If they supposedly can't look after themselves, how could they look after an animal? If a dog was kept in an unfit home, the RSPCA would take it away. The pavement is an unfit home. Hmmm.

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36 minutes ago, Irene Swaine said:

I don't understand why anyone who is actually homeless would get a dog. If they supposedly can't look after themselves, how could they look after an animal? If a dog was kept in an unfit home, the RSPCA would take it away. The pavement is an unfit home. Hmmm.

Well, some say it could be a homeless person’s only comfort.  Others say it’s a deliberate ploy for extra sympathy.  Either way, it seems a sad life for the poor dogs even if they are adequately fed.

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6 minutes ago, pfifes said:

Well, some say it could be a homeless person’s only comfort.  Others say it’s a deliberate ploy for extra sympathy.  Either way, it seems a sad life for the poor dogs even if they are adequately fed.

Yes and given the bull dog type breeds too, a lot of them are aggressive, not helped by the boredom of being on the street all day whilst the owner begs for heroin money. 2 of them were fighting on The Moor the other daym a woman who was passing said they should be on a lead (and she was right), she was told by one of these "street people" to " **** off ", charming!

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