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RE: Monday

#5461 by Sheldonboy , Mon Sep 05, 2011 7:40 am

Now who needs a calculator


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RE: Monday

#5462 by Voltman , Mon Sep 05, 2011 8:17 am

One thing that should worry burger eaters with cars is that M can send you a fine through the post if you overstay your welcome on one of their car parks.
So how do they get your address? What evidence do they have to furnish when obtaining addresses?


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RE: Monday

#5463 by Frothy , Mon Sep 05, 2011 8:47 am

Just dropped the wife off at work. Blimey, you can tell the kids are back at school. The traffic is horrendous[Frowning]


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RE: Monday

#5464 by phil ( deleted ) , Mon Sep 05, 2011 8:59 am

Posted by Voltman
One thing that should worry burger eaters with cars is that M can send you a fine through the post if you overstay your welcome on one of their car parks.
So how do they get your address? What evidence do they have to furnish when obtaining addresses?




They obviously have access to the Government Vehicle registration files if they have the ability to do this. Then obviously the Data Protection Act is just a farce.

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RE: Monday

#5465 by Sheldonboy , Mon Sep 05, 2011 9:10 am

Volty
Macs probably get adresses from weightwatchers


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RE: Monday

#5466 by mikejee , Mon Sep 05, 2011 9:59 am

Its not macdonalds that charge you for parking too long, but another company who work for them. On watchdog a few months ago someone (poor idiot) went back for a second happy meal a short time later and was charged because the cameras saw him twice in a two hour period and thought he had been there all the time.


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RE: Monday

#5467 by phil ( deleted ) , Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:31 am

Mike

Like clamping firms and supermarket parking firms the firm used by MacDonalds pay for the contract, this parking firm obviously pay MacDonalds a commission from every fine that they issue. So in reality if the parking firm is contracted by MacDonalds then they are the ones charging you. Most supermarkets donate their portion of the fine to charity, are MacDonalds doing the same?

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RE: Monday

#5468 by phil ( deleted ) , Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:52 am

Posted by signman
SB, If I drink 15 pints a week I'm doing well.



If I drink 15 pints a year, I think myself lucky!

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RE: Monday

#5469 by Frothy , Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:54 am

Posted by phil
Mike

Like clamping firms and supermarket parking firms the firm used by MacDonalds pay for the contract, this parking firm obviously pay MacDonalds a commission from every fine that they issue. So in reality if the parking firm is contracted by MacDonalds then they are the ones charging you. Most supermarkets donate their portion of the fine to charity, are MacDonalds doing the same?

Phil



Actually MacDonalds do a lot for charitys.This is just one http://www.mcdonalds.co.uk/ourworld/rmhc/rmhc.shtml


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RE: Monday

#5470 by Deleted User , Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:44 pm

Well they don't want you sat there all day do they?How long does it take to eat a burger?

All if not most Supermarkets etc have a time limit.



RE: Monday

#5471 by signman ( deleted ) , Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:47 pm

Well that's it put my flooring down, 3 hours start to finish, total cost with fibreboard underlay £72.72.
No more bloody vaccing.
Will let it settle for a couple of days and put the edge trim round, just waiting for my new bed now.

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RE: Monday

#5472 by Deleted User , Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:56 pm

Good work John,come round here and do a bit will you LOL



RE: Monday

#5473 by phil ( deleted ) , Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:58 pm

Well done John you have earned a pint.

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RE: Monday

#5474 by signman ( deleted ) , Mon Sep 05, 2011 4:02 pm

Hallway tomorrow, I bought 4 packs 10 panels in each I still have 14 panels, more than enough to do the hall.

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RE: Monday

#5475 by phil ( deleted ) , Mon Sep 05, 2011 4:11 pm

John

If you had seen me a few years back I could have let you have enough maple flooring to do your whole flat. With the added attraction that it had previously been trod by some of the biggest bands in the rock world. It was the floor and stage of Mothers night club.

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