Oakdale driver who caused 'catastrophic' crash which left two people in intensive care is jailed for six years

JAILED: Nathan Jenkins

JAILED: Nathan Jenkins

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A DRIVER has been jailed for six years for causing a 'catastrophic' crash which left two people in intensive care.

Newport crown court sitting heard Nathan Jenkins, 27, of Bronwydd, Oakdale, did not have a full driving licence, was unsupervised, uninsured, and was driving his ex-girlfriend's car at over 70 miles per hour in a 30mph zone at the time of the crash.

The court heard that at around 8pm on May 14 last year, married couple Sian and Alan Williams were driving home on the B4251 in their Rover car towards Oakdale from Pengam when the collision occurred.

Eye witness PC Jenny Barret, an off duty police officer travelling in the opposite direction, saw the defendant driving 'really fast' at about 60mph on the 30mph road.

In her statement, she said she saw the back of the car starting to skid out towards the middle of the road. There had been heavy rain at the time of the incident.

Mr Williams estimated he was driving at around 27mph, in third gear, when he came around a bend and saw the defendant's car coming towards him in the opposite direction.

In his statement Mr Williams said he saw the car drifted into his lane.

There was a head on collision, which was described by eyewitnesses as 'horrific'.

The police officer who had earlier seen the defendant driving arrived at the scene and found both Mr And Mrs Williams trapped in their vehicle.

It took the fire service over an hour to get them both out, where they were both taken to the intensive care unit at the Royal Gwent Hospital.

A crash investigator found the head on collision was so catastrophic the Williams' car was crushed 6.3m backwards at the point of impact.

CCTV footage from a nearby house captured Jenkins as he drove past, and through that police were able to determine that just before the crash he was driving at 73 mph. Experts found the 'closing speed' was 90 to 100mph.

Mrs Williams suffered a broken right arm, a punctured lung, several broken ribs, a ruptured breast, nerve damage, internal bleeding and other serious injuries. She may never be able to use her right arm properly.

Mr Williams suffered a broken right arm, an open fracture below the knee, his ankle required surgery and pins, part of his calf muscle was removed and he had a skin graft. He also had two fractured ribs, a fracture to his hip, and was confined to a wheelchair from some time. He still struggles to walk and may have to have his leg amputated.

Jenkins had previously pleaded guilty to two counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

The court heard six weeks before the crash and in similar circumstances Jenkins had been illegally driving his ex-girlfriend's car when he crashed it, before running away from the scene. He was charged with driving without due care and attention and failing to stop after an accident – although he was not charged until after the incident with Mrs and Mrs Williams.

The court heard when Jenkins was interviewed by police he confirmed he was uninsured and unlicensed, but that he didn’t think he was driving fast.

In her harrowing victim impact statement, which she read aloud to the court, Mrs Williams said the event had affected them both irreversibly – from being two healthy people who worked full time, both have restricted movement and struggle to perform everyday tasks.

She said both struggle to sleep and have terrifying nightmares about the crash, and Mr Williams suffers from traumatic flashbacks.

She said the excruciating pain they suffered while in the car and in hospital after was ‘ unbelievable agony’ and they were both ‘terrified’ the other had died.

She said they feel they are now ‘burdens’ on their three children and five grandchildren and added her husband, a former boxer and body builder who worked in construction is finding it particularly hard to adjust to a life where he cannot walk without the help of two crutches.

In mitigation, barrister Andrew Taylor said his client was remorseful and never wanted to drive again, that Jenkins pleaded guilty in December, the car was not stolen and his client was not on drugs a the time of the incident.

He said: “He was clearly driving too quickly. But it is not a case where there was a flagrant abuse.

“There are no winners in this case, only losers. The biggest losers are the Williams family, but that does not mean it has not had a big impact on Mr Jenkins and his family.”

Judge Stephen Hopkins said: “The Williams were trapped in their car for some time in agony and I am sure that they thought they were going to die.

“The way you behaved suggests you were showing off in the sense you were attempting to gain a thrill from driving that way. You must have been aware of the danger of that. But weeks earlier you caused an accident in the same way, and ran from the scene.

“I have listened with care and anguish from the statement given with such dignity by Mrs Williams.

“The emotional consequences have been very great indeed. The affect on the whole family’s lives has been catastrophic.

“All of this is because of what you did that day.”

He was given six years in prison and disqualified from driving for 10 years. Before he can drive again he will have to take an extended driving test and his licence will be endorsed with points for driving uninsured.

Speaking after the sentencing, Mrs Williams told the Argus that she was pleased with the sentence, and she hopes her family can now gain some closure.

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8:38am Mon 16 Jun 14

Dai Rear says...

Section 143 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 created an offence of causing serious injury by dangerous driving by amending the RTA 1988 and inserting a new section 1A. This amendment came into force on 3 December 2012. Maximum sentence 5 years.
Injuries occur at the same time, so can't give consecutives and has pleaded guilty. I don't understand how he can get more than 3 years. Does this newspaper understand?
Section 143 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 created an offence of causing serious injury by dangerous driving by amending the RTA 1988 and inserting a new section 1A. This amendment came into force on 3 December 2012. Maximum sentence 5 years. Injuries occur at the same time, so can't give consecutives and has pleaded guilty. I don't understand how he can get more than 3 years. Does this newspaper understand? Dai Rear
  • Score: -40

8:55am Mon 16 Jun 14

Thor at the door says...

Should be birched every day for six years the idiot! Too many clowns on the roads. Every day there is some idiot speeding, bullying people out of the way and tail gating.

All cars should be limited to 60mph by law.
Should be birched every day for six years the idiot! Too many clowns on the roads. Every day there is some idiot speeding, bullying people out of the way and tail gating. All cars should be limited to 60mph by law. Thor at the door
  • Score: 13

9:00am Mon 16 Jun 14

bobbajob says...

Clearly he was convicted of the previous offence as we'll not to mention two counts of driving without insurance and no licence. He is quite clear a disgusting individual. Let's hope he serves all his sentence.
Clearly he was convicted of the previous offence as we'll not to mention two counts of driving without insurance and no licence. He is quite clear a disgusting individual. Let's hope he serves all his sentence. bobbajob
  • Score: 46

9:09am Mon 16 Jun 14

Dai Rear says...

bobbajob wrote:
Clearly he was convicted of the previous offence as we'll not to mention two counts of driving without insurance and no licence. He is quite clear a disgusting individual. Let's hope he serves all his sentence.
Fail to stop-max 6 months, but wouldn't have been custodial as described. Insurance and licence non-imprisonable.
He is an inadequate who mistakes an elderly motor vehicle for his tiny member, but nonetheless how is his appeal to fail?
His ex-girlfriend has permitted him to drive uninsured-twice, so is presumably as inadequate as he and , one presumes, will have been disqualified a minimum of 6 months as a totter.
[quote][p][bold]bobbajob[/bold] wrote: Clearly he was convicted of the previous offence as we'll not to mention two counts of driving without insurance and no licence. He is quite clear a disgusting individual. Let's hope he serves all his sentence.[/p][/quote]Fail to stop-max 6 months, but wouldn't have been custodial as described. Insurance and licence non-imprisonable. He is an inadequate who mistakes an elderly motor vehicle for his tiny member, but nonetheless how is his appeal to fail? His ex-girlfriend has permitted him to drive uninsured-twice, so is presumably as inadequate as he and , one presumes, will have been disqualified a minimum of 6 months as a totter. Dai Rear
  • Score: -12

9:11am Mon 16 Jun 14

Magor says...

Should have got 10 or more.I bet he will be out in a couple of years.
Should have got 10 or more.I bet he will be out in a couple of years. Magor
  • Score: 25

9:14am Mon 16 Jun 14

jimmysmith says...

Dai Rear wrote:
Section 143 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 created an offence of causing serious injury by dangerous driving by amending the RTA 1988 and inserting a new section 1A. This amendment came into force on 3 December 2012. Maximum sentence 5 years.
Injuries occur at the same time, so can't give consecutives and has pleaded guilty. I don't understand how he can get more than 3 years. Does this newspaper understand?
delete your post dai before the maggot or his drain on the taxpayer legal aid funded barrister reads this and gets mr maggot out in 18 mths or less on appeal
[quote][p][bold]Dai Rear[/bold] wrote: Section 143 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 created an offence of causing serious injury by dangerous driving by amending the RTA 1988 and inserting a new section 1A. This amendment came into force on 3 December 2012. Maximum sentence 5 years. Injuries occur at the same time, so can't give consecutives and has pleaded guilty. I don't understand how he can get more than 3 years. Does this newspaper understand?[/p][/quote]delete your post dai before the maggot or his drain on the taxpayer legal aid funded barrister reads this and gets mr maggot out in 18 mths or less on appeal jimmysmith
  • Score: 25

10:33am Mon 16 Jun 14

NakedDancer says...

Thor at the door wrote:
Should be birched every day for six years the idiot! Too many clowns on the roads. Every day there is some idiot speeding, bullying people out of the way and tail gating.

All cars should be limited to 60mph by law.
This idiot was driving at 70 in a 30 limit. If the car was physically restricted to 60 he would still be driving at 60 in a 30. Also, limiting the maximum speed of vehicles would increase tailgating. Nutters like this have nothing in common with the vast majority of drivers.

There will always be low life scumbags. 27 years old, no insurance, no licence, borrowed car and a similar offence just weeks earlier. No doubt he'll so the same again when released. Just throw the key to the cell away.

I hope someone was charged with letting him use the vehicle knowing he was uninsured and had no licence.
[quote][p][bold]Thor at the door[/bold] wrote: Should be birched every day for six years the idiot! Too many clowns on the roads. Every day there is some idiot speeding, bullying people out of the way and tail gating. All cars should be limited to 60mph by law.[/p][/quote]This idiot was driving at 70 in a 30 limit. If the car was physically restricted to 60 he would still be driving at 60 in a 30. Also, limiting the maximum speed of vehicles would increase tailgating. Nutters like this have nothing in common with the vast majority of drivers. There will always be low life scumbags. 27 years old, no insurance, no licence, borrowed car and a similar offence just weeks earlier. No doubt he'll so the same again when released. Just throw the key to the cell away. I hope someone was charged with letting him use the vehicle knowing he was uninsured and had no licence. NakedDancer
  • Score: 29

12:49pm Mon 16 Jun 14

golfer says...

Such a poor sentence ..the innocent has to suffer way beyond six years
Such a poor sentence ..the innocent has to suffer way beyond six years golfer
  • Score: 18

12:57pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Dai Rear says...

golfer wrote:
Such a poor sentence ..the innocent has to suffer way beyond six years
If you'd read the above (8.38 am) you'd have said it was a draconian sentence in light of the law-unless the report has missed something out. Perfectly appropriate, in light of harm done, but there's been a very big gap between appropriate and legally permissible for upwards of 3 decades.
[quote][p][bold]golfer[/bold] wrote: Such a poor sentence ..the innocent has to suffer way beyond six years[/p][/quote]If you'd read the above (8.38 am) you'd have said it was a draconian sentence in light of the law-unless the report has missed something out. Perfectly appropriate, in light of harm done, but there's been a very big gap between appropriate and legally permissible for upwards of 3 decades. Dai Rear
  • Score: -12

4:16pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Mudvayne says...

This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless! Mudvayne
  • Score: -51

4:37pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Dai Rear says...

Mudvayne wrote:
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
Is this what they call "alternative comedy"? It does sound a bit like the 2 horrible men who rang up Leonard Sachs. If it's meant to be funny can anyone explain why?
[quote][p][bold]Mudvayne[/bold] wrote: This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless![/p][/quote]Is this what they call "alternative comedy"? It does sound a bit like the 2 horrible men who rang up Leonard Sachs. If it's meant to be funny can anyone explain why? Dai Rear
  • Score: 9

4:44pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Explainitplease says...

No not funny, deluded.
The man is blight on society.

If he's such a fantastic father how come he's ended up in prison for 6 years?
Is that what fantastic fathers do nowadays?
No not funny, deluded. The man is blight on society. If he's such a fantastic father how come he's ended up in prison for 6 years? Is that what fantastic fathers do nowadays? Explainitplease
  • Score: 23

4:54pm Mon 16 Jun 14

DDDog1 says...

should be banned for life when he gets out
should be banned for life when he gets out DDDog1
  • Score: 14

5:12pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Dai Rear says...

DDDog1 wrote:
should be banned for life when he gets out
In effect he will be . His driving ability clearly won't ever get him through an extended test and thus he'll remain banned should he drive without insurance, L-plates, a qualified driver etc. Since he's uninsurable that's it-or would be for anyone who respected the law.
[quote][p][bold]DDDog1[/bold] wrote: should be banned for life when he gets out[/p][/quote]In effect he will be . His driving ability clearly won't ever get him through an extended test and thus he'll remain banned should he drive without insurance, L-plates, a qualified driver etc. Since he's uninsurable that's it-or would be for anyone who respected the law. Dai Rear
  • Score: 7

5:20pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Brrup! says...

Mitigating circumstances -not on drugs at the time! Involved in a recent similar incident - obviously used to driving other peoples cars with no regard to safety or legislation. . And he is 'fantastic father'!!!! Fantastically where he belongs I think - not that he will ever bother taking that extended test or even learn to change his scally disrespectful ways! !!!!!
Mitigating circumstances -not on drugs at the time! Involved in a recent similar incident - obviously used to driving other peoples cars with no regard to safety or legislation. . And he is 'fantastic father'!!!! Fantastically where he belongs I think - not that he will ever bother taking that extended test or even learn to change his scally disrespectful ways! !!!!! Brrup!
  • Score: 16

6:23pm Mon 16 Jun 14

little friend12 says...

The people who's lives he ruined are two of the nicest people I know. They can barely cope with the trauma they suffered. Mr Williams is a 'fantastic father'. They are both suffering still from these horrific injuries as are their children. They were told that night that both their parents may die. If this man is so fantastic how did it take him until December to plead guilty. The longer he is off the roads the safer we will be.
The people who's lives he ruined are two of the nicest people I know. They can barely cope with the trauma they suffered. Mr Williams is a 'fantastic father'. They are both suffering still from these horrific injuries as are their children. They were told that night that both their parents may die. If this man is so fantastic how did it take him until December to plead guilty. The longer he is off the roads the safer we will be. little friend12
  • Score: 25

6:56pm Mon 16 Jun 14

westender says...

Mudvayne wrote:
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
Golly gosh you are a remarkable person aren't you?, to tell you the truth if I drove like that while unlicensed and uninsured , no don't bother with the license or insurance bit, if I drove like that then I would deserve everything I got
and more.
[quote][p][bold]Mudvayne[/bold] wrote: This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless![/p][/quote]Golly gosh you are a remarkable person aren't you?, to tell you the truth if I drove like that while unlicensed and uninsured , no don't bother with the license or insurance bit, if I drove like that then I would deserve everything I got and more. westender
  • Score: 20

7:06pm Mon 16 Jun 14

jimmysmith says...

Mudvayne wrote:
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
another one of societies misfits .you are either family to this piece of garbage or a partner .you defend this sort of garbage ,but decent folk condemn it .so take your grunting back to the gutter where you belong moron
[quote][p][bold]Mudvayne[/bold] wrote: This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless![/p][/quote]another one of societies misfits .you are either family to this piece of garbage or a partner .you defend this sort of garbage ,but decent folk condemn it .so take your grunting back to the gutter where you belong moron jimmysmith
  • Score: 26

9:25pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Shazwil says...

Everything that has been said in this story is 100% true. And thank you to those of you who think he deserves everything he got and more. Wasn't long enough in my opinion but at least he's behind bars. Some people don't think 'what if this happened to their parents' would they be sticking up for the person who seriously injured/or even killed them then, I don't think so. Obviously he ain't gonna learn his lesson, good father lets hope he never has his kids in the car when he next slips up.
Everything that has been said in this story is 100% true. And thank you to those of you who think he deserves everything he got and more. Wasn't long enough in my opinion but at least he's behind bars. Some people don't think 'what if this happened to their parents' would they be sticking up for the person who seriously injured/or even killed them then, I don't think so. Obviously he ain't gonna learn his lesson, good father lets hope he never has his kids in the car when he next slips up. Shazwil
  • Score: 19

11:14pm Mon 16 Jun 14

bobbajob says...

Mudvayne, do you know what deluded means? Look it up (in a dictionary). Pity the children
Mudvayne, do you know what deluded means? Look it up (in a dictionary). Pity the children bobbajob
  • Score: 6

5:23am Tue 17 Jun 14

rover100rich says...

SLANDER?
SLANDER? rover100rich
  • Score: -5

8:57am Tue 17 Jun 14

Thomas O'Malley says...

rover100rich wrote:
SLANDER?
I think you mean Libel ie written defamation. Slander is verbal defamation. For both libel and slander the statement has to be false. Which statement do you think is false ?
[quote][p][bold]rover100rich[/bold] wrote: SLANDER?[/p][/quote]I think you mean Libel ie written defamation. Slander is verbal defamation. For both libel and slander the statement has to be false. Which statement do you think is false ? Thomas O'Malley
  • Score: 2

11:24am Tue 17 Jun 14

Independentvoter says...

If the car was not stolen Barrister Andrew Taylor, then he was given full permission to drive the vehicle by his ex-partner who knew full well that he was not insured and she allowed this accident to happen in the first place therefore she should be rightly charged too.

The sentencing reflects the previous crash too where he cowardly run off whist being uninsured again 6 weeks prior to this accident.

When we drive a vehicle we all know that we have a legal 'Duty of Care' to others. The injuries sustained to this couple were horrific.
When his Barrister said there were no winners only losers I think he got that wrong. The defendant driver did not sustain any injuries - he just lost a couple of years of freedom - the couple will have to live with their injuries for the rest of their lives.

As for being a fantastic father his children must be so proud of him.
If the car was not stolen Barrister Andrew Taylor, then he was given full permission to drive the vehicle by his ex-partner who knew full well that he was not insured and she allowed this accident to happen in the first place therefore she should be rightly charged too. The sentencing reflects the previous crash too where he cowardly run off whist being uninsured again 6 weeks prior to this accident. When we drive a vehicle we all know that we have a legal 'Duty of Care' to others. The injuries sustained to this couple were horrific. When his Barrister said there were no winners only losers I think he got that wrong. The defendant driver did not sustain any injuries - he just lost a couple of years of freedom - the couple will have to live with their injuries for the rest of their lives. As for being a fantastic father his children must be so proud of him. Independentvoter
  • Score: 10

12:49pm Tue 17 Jun 14

taffymark says...

Mudvayne wrote:
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
illiterate cretin, enough said!
[quote][p][bold]Mudvayne[/bold] wrote: This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless![/p][/quote]illiterate cretin, enough said! taffymark
  • Score: 7

1:31pm Tue 17 Jun 14

stevey says...

Mudvayne, he is also an atrocious human being for subjecting the public to reckless, dangerous driving. If he was a fantastic father he would behave responsibly so he could look after his kids and not be rightfully sentenced to prison. taffymark got you spot on!
Mudvayne, he is also an atrocious human being for subjecting the public to reckless, dangerous driving. If he was a fantastic father he would behave responsibly so he could look after his kids and not be rightfully sentenced to prison. taffymark got you spot on! stevey
  • Score: 7

3:18pm Tue 17 Jun 14

wynbar says...

Six years in prison (I doubt it) and ten year driving ban. This isn't justice for ruining two lives. The quality of life for the couple concerned will never be the same again. It's a shame the idiot who did this to them didn't sustain the same serious injuries as his victims so he would have a better idea of what they are going through.
Six years in prison (I doubt it) and ten year driving ban. This isn't justice for ruining two lives. The quality of life for the couple concerned will never be the same again. It's a shame the idiot who did this to them didn't sustain the same serious injuries as his victims so he would have a better idea of what they are going through. wynbar
  • Score: 6

3:42pm Tue 17 Jun 14

Oldnightrun says...

Six years. With remission what is that? They may as send him to Bermuda for a months holiday. What is wrong the justice system in this pathetic country? He should 60 years. NO REMISSION!
Six years. With remission what is that? They may as send him to Bermuda for a months holiday. What is wrong the justice system in this pathetic country? He should 60 years. NO REMISSION! Oldnightrun
  • Score: 6

4:50pm Tue 17 Jun 14

Dai Rear says...

Oldnightrun wrote:
Six years. With remission what is that? They may as send him to Bermuda for a months holiday. What is wrong the justice system in this pathetic country? He should 60 years. NO REMISSION!
You might get even crosser when it's reduced on appeal but you should bear in mind that it is only actually the hated coalition that increased the sentence for this offence from the basic dangerous driving sentence, which was either 2 years or 3 years, can't quite recall
[quote][p][bold]Oldnightrun[/bold] wrote: Six years. With remission what is that? They may as send him to Bermuda for a months holiday. What is wrong the justice system in this pathetic country? He should 60 years. NO REMISSION![/p][/quote]You might get even crosser when it's reduced on appeal but you should bear in mind that it is only actually the hated coalition that increased the sentence for this offence from the basic dangerous driving sentence, which was either 2 years or 3 years, can't quite recall Dai Rear
  • Score: -2

6:15pm Tue 17 Jun 14

rover100rich says...

i was questioning what this mudvayne person thought was slanderous in the article not making a statement, it looked like the true facts were stated to me,so please mudvayne which part is slanderous?
i was questioning what this mudvayne person thought was slanderous in the article not making a statement, it looked like the true facts were stated to me,so please mudvayne which part is slanderous? rover100rich
  • Score: 7

6:18pm Tue 17 Jun 14

rover100rich says...

who pays for the vehicle written off and the rightly deserved compensation that the victims here deserve and i hope will get ,probably from the insurance companies fund to cover events where non insured drivers are involved ,ie all the rest of us who pay insurance on our cars
who pays for the vehicle written off and the rightly deserved compensation that the victims here deserve and i hope will get ,probably from the insurance companies fund to cover events where non insured drivers are involved ,ie all the rest of us who pay insurance on our cars rover100rich
  • Score: 4

6:45pm Tue 17 Jun 14

cer6757 says...

Mudvayne wrote:
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
Mudvayne I think u got the spineless a bit mixed up spineless is running away from a previous accident he caused. Mr an Mrs Williams are a fantastic couple whose lives av been ruined by scum of the earth. Get YOUR facts straight no insurance no licence says it all. And as for a fantastic father no doubt his kids av been in the car with him at one time or another . He's where he belongs an shud av had longer
[quote][p][bold]Mudvayne[/bold] wrote: This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless![/p][/quote]Mudvayne I think u got the spineless a bit mixed up spineless is running away from a previous accident he caused. Mr an Mrs Williams are a fantastic couple whose lives av been ruined by scum of the earth. Get YOUR facts straight no insurance no licence says it all. And as for a fantastic father no doubt his kids av been in the car with him at one time or another . He's where he belongs an shud av had longer cer6757
  • Score: 13

11:19pm Tue 17 Jun 14

cymruamblyth says...

Mudvayne wrote:
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
I'm not sure what depresses my the most

Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly!

Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is!

How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised

He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy..

P.S. tell us what really happens?
[quote][p][bold]Mudvayne[/bold] wrote: This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless![/p][/quote]I'm not sure what depresses my the most Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly! Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is! How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy.. P.S. tell us what really happens? cymruamblyth
  • Score: 4

12:27am Wed 18 Jun 14

taffymark says...

cymruamblyth wrote:
Mudvayne wrote:
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
I'm not sure what depresses my the most

Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly!

Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is!

How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised

He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy..

P.S. tell us what really happens?
Hate to say this but you need to get a spell checker and also check your punctuation before posting.
[quote][p][bold]cymruamblyth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mudvayne[/bold] wrote: This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless![/p][/quote]I'm not sure what depresses my the most Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly! Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is! How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy.. P.S. tell us what really happens?[/p][/quote]Hate to say this but you need to get a spell checker and also check your punctuation before posting. taffymark
  • Score: -2

12:38pm Wed 18 Jun 14

cymruamblyth says...

taffymark wrote:
cymruamblyth wrote:
Mudvayne wrote:
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
I'm not sure what depresses my the most

Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly!

Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is!

How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised

He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy..

P.S. tell us what really happens?
Hate to say this but you need to get a spell checker and also check your punctuation before posting.
If correcting a few grammatical errors made in the heat of the moment is your best/only defence of your friend Jenkins, then you should take your own advice and "try harder"!

I hate to say this but, the first time you actually write a sentence consisting of more than 4 words you fail to use correct spelling and grammar(kettle calling teapot black). I would suggest spell checking your owns posts!
[quote][p][bold]taffymark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cymruamblyth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mudvayne[/bold] wrote: This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless![/p][/quote]I'm not sure what depresses my the most Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly! Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is! How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy.. P.S. tell us what really happens?[/p][/quote]Hate to say this but you need to get a spell checker and also check your punctuation before posting.[/p][/quote]If correcting a few grammatical errors made in the heat of the moment is your best/only defence of your friend Jenkins, then you should take your own advice and "try harder"! I hate to say this but, the first time you actually write a sentence consisting of more than 4 words you fail to use correct spelling and grammar(kettle calling teapot black). I would suggest spell checking your owns posts! cymruamblyth
  • Score: -3

12:57pm Wed 18 Jun 14

cymruamblyth says...

I don't like bullies and this forum is full of bullies!
I don't like bullies and this forum is full of bullies! cymruamblyth
  • Score: -2

4:05pm Wed 18 Jun 14

taffymark says...

cymruamblyth wrote:
taffymark wrote:
cymruamblyth wrote:
Mudvayne wrote:
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
I'm not sure what depresses my the most

Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly!

Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is!

How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised

He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy..

P.S. tell us what really happens?
Hate to say this but you need to get a spell checker and also check your punctuation before posting.
If correcting a few grammatical errors made in the heat of the moment is your best/only defence of your friend Jenkins, then you should take your own advice and "try harder"!

I hate to say this but, the first time you actually write a sentence consisting of more than 4 words you fail to use correct spelling and grammar(kettle calling teapot black). I would suggest spell checking your owns posts!
If you are inferring to me as being a friend of anyone on here you are totally misguided. Referring to the cretin who ruined that couples lives (Jenkins) I think he should be hung drawn and quartered then fed to the pigs! Sorry if you are offended by my pointing out that your English Grammar is not the best in the heat of the moment, but I was merely pointing out some of your words were misspelled whilst you were criticizing other posts for misspelling or punctuation regardless of who they are. If you have seen improper spelling or punctuation by me please feel free to point it out and I will endure to do better in future!
[quote][p][bold]cymruamblyth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]taffymark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cymruamblyth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mudvayne[/bold] wrote: This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless![/p][/quote]I'm not sure what depresses my the most Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly! Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is! How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy.. P.S. tell us what really happens?[/p][/quote]Hate to say this but you need to get a spell checker and also check your punctuation before posting.[/p][/quote]If correcting a few grammatical errors made in the heat of the moment is your best/only defence of your friend Jenkins, then you should take your own advice and "try harder"! I hate to say this but, the first time you actually write a sentence consisting of more than 4 words you fail to use correct spelling and grammar(kettle calling teapot black). I would suggest spell checking your owns posts![/p][/quote]If you are inferring to me as being a friend of anyone on here you are totally misguided. Referring to the cretin who ruined that couples lives (Jenkins) I think he should be hung drawn and quartered then fed to the pigs! Sorry if you are offended by my pointing out that your English Grammar is not the best in the heat of the moment, but I was merely pointing out some of your words were misspelled whilst you were criticizing other posts for misspelling or punctuation regardless of who they are. If you have seen improper spelling or punctuation by me please feel free to point it out and I will endure to do better in future! taffymark
  • Score: 2

2:32pm Fri 20 Jun 14

Raymond Luxury-Yacht says...

taffymark wrote:
cymruamblyth wrote:
taffymark wrote:
cymruamblyth wrote:
Mudvayne wrote:
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
I'm not sure what depresses my the most

Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly!

Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is!

How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised

He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy..

P.S. tell us what really happens?
Hate to say this but you need to get a spell checker and also check your punctuation before posting.
If correcting a few grammatical errors made in the heat of the moment is your best/only defence of your friend Jenkins, then you should take your own advice and "try harder"!

I hate to say this but, the first time you actually write a sentence consisting of more than 4 words you fail to use correct spelling and grammar(kettle calling teapot black). I would suggest spell checking your owns posts!
If you are inferring to me as being a friend of anyone on here you are totally misguided. Referring to the cretin who ruined that couples lives (Jenkins) I think he should be hung drawn and quartered then fed to the pigs! Sorry if you are offended by my pointing out that your English Grammar is not the best in the heat of the moment, but I was merely pointing out some of your words were misspelled whilst you were criticizing other posts for misspelling or punctuation regardless of who they are. If you have seen improper spelling or punctuation by me please feel free to point it out and I will endure to do better in future!
"Inferring to me" ?
[quote][p][bold]taffymark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cymruamblyth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]taffymark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cymruamblyth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mudvayne[/bold] wrote: This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless![/p][/quote]I'm not sure what depresses my the most Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly! Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is! How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy.. P.S. tell us what really happens?[/p][/quote]Hate to say this but you need to get a spell checker and also check your punctuation before posting.[/p][/quote]If correcting a few grammatical errors made in the heat of the moment is your best/only defence of your friend Jenkins, then you should take your own advice and "try harder"! I hate to say this but, the first time you actually write a sentence consisting of more than 4 words you fail to use correct spelling and grammar(kettle calling teapot black). I would suggest spell checking your owns posts![/p][/quote]If you are inferring to me as being a friend of anyone on here you are totally misguided. Referring to the cretin who ruined that couples lives (Jenkins) I think he should be hung drawn and quartered then fed to the pigs! Sorry if you are offended by my pointing out that your English Grammar is not the best in the heat of the moment, but I was merely pointing out some of your words were misspelled whilst you were criticizing other posts for misspelling or punctuation regardless of who they are. If you have seen improper spelling or punctuation by me please feel free to point it out and I will endure to do better in future![/p][/quote]"Inferring to me" ? Raymond Luxury-Yacht
  • Score: 1

11:25pm Fri 20 Jun 14

taffymark says...

Raymond Luxury-Yacht wrote:
taffymark wrote:
cymruamblyth wrote:
taffymark wrote:
cymruamblyth wrote:
Mudvayne wrote:
This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless!
I'm not sure what depresses my the most

Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly!

Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is!

How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised

He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy..

P.S. tell us what really happens?
Hate to say this but you need to get a spell checker and also check your punctuation before posting.
If correcting a few grammatical errors made in the heat of the moment is your best/only defence of your friend Jenkins, then you should take your own advice and "try harder"!

I hate to say this but, the first time you actually write a sentence consisting of more than 4 words you fail to use correct spelling and grammar(kettle calling teapot black). I would suggest spell checking your owns posts!
If you are inferring to me as being a friend of anyone on here you are totally misguided. Referring to the cretin who ruined that couples lives (Jenkins) I think he should be hung drawn and quartered then fed to the pigs! Sorry if you are offended by my pointing out that your English Grammar is not the best in the heat of the moment, but I was merely pointing out some of your words were misspelled whilst you were criticizing other posts for misspelling or punctuation regardless of who they are. If you have seen improper spelling or punctuation by me please feel free to point it out and I will endure to do better in future!
"Inferring to me" ?
"Inferring to me" ? To conclude or Imply, supposition, to hint or Imply, now shut up and go back to bed!
[quote][p][bold]Raymond Luxury-Yacht[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]taffymark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cymruamblyth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]taffymark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cymruamblyth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mudvayne[/bold] wrote: This is **** disgusting, you spineless cretins are believing everything shoved down your throat by a bunch of hypocritical, narrow minded people who make money by lieing and falsifying the truth through slander. Just so it's ready to be spoon fed to people like you. This man is a fantastic father, friend and family man. So next time you fall from grace, don't forget that you will get exactly the same treatment so when you have to go through that. Then you are capable of having your opinion, until then your opinion is invalid on the basis of your god-**** spineless![/p][/quote]I'm not sure what depresses my the most Your illiterate text speak and your inability to spell or punctuate correctly! Defending this sad and loathsome creature thinking that everybody would see the error of there ways about what a great guy he is! How he has a kid/kids. His ex girlfriend isn't the sharpest knife in the draw lets him drive here car uninsured.. Pity all three of you can;t be sterilised He ruins two peoples live but yes but what a great guy.. P.S. tell us what really happens?[/p][/quote]Hate to say this but you need to get a spell checker and also check your punctuation before posting.[/p][/quote]If correcting a few grammatical errors made in the heat of the moment is your best/only defence of your friend Jenkins, then you should take your own advice and "try harder"! I hate to say this but, the first time you actually write a sentence consisting of more than 4 words you fail to use correct spelling and grammar(kettle calling teapot black). I would suggest spell checking your owns posts![/p][/quote]If you are inferring to me as being a friend of anyone on here you are totally misguided. Referring to the cretin who ruined that couples lives (Jenkins) I think he should be hung drawn and quartered then fed to the pigs! Sorry if you are offended by my pointing out that your English Grammar is not the best in the heat of the moment, but I was merely pointing out some of your words were misspelled whilst you were criticizing other posts for misspelling or punctuation regardless of who they are. If you have seen improper spelling or punctuation by me please feel free to point it out and I will endure to do better in future![/p][/quote]"Inferring to me" ?[/p][/quote]"Inferring to me" ? To conclude or Imply, supposition, to hint or Imply, now shut up and go back to bed! taffymark
  • Score: -1

9:14pm Sat 21 Jun 14

The bunny says...

Pardon my English, but it cracks me up that so many people on here are criticising others spelling, grammar, or punctuation, only to go on and commit the very same errors themselves.
Please learn the various uses of 'there' 'their' and 'they're', and you can't have "inferring to me as".. it's 'referring', as inferring has a totally different meaning. You could have said "If you are inferring that I am a friend", or "Are you referring to me as a friend", but not a mixture of the two. Also, the word is 'quote' not 'quot'. The correct phrase is "The pot calling the kettle black"... the word 'teapot' isn't involved.
Mudvayne probably made fewer mistakes than the people that are pulling him/her up on his/her English, so... be careful of stones that you throw. By the way, the things I've mentioned aren't the only things wrong, there are mis-spellings, and mis-use of words throughout.

I have no comment to make about the crime or sentence, and I would like to apologise for any errors in my grammar or spelling.
Pardon my English, but it cracks me up that so many people on here are criticising others spelling, grammar, or punctuation, only to go on and commit the very same errors themselves. Please learn the various uses of 'there' 'their' and 'they're', and you can't have "inferring to me as".. it's 'referring', as inferring has a totally different meaning. You could have said "If you are inferring that I am a friend", or "Are you referring to me as a friend", but not a mixture of the two. Also, the word is 'quote' not 'quot'. The correct phrase is "The pot calling the kettle black"... the word 'teapot' isn't involved. Mudvayne probably made fewer mistakes than the people that are pulling him/her up on his/her English, so... be careful of stones that you throw. By the way, the things I've mentioned aren't the only things wrong, there are mis-spellings, and mis-use of words throughout. I have no comment to make about the crime or sentence, and I would like to apologise for any errors in my grammar or spelling. The bunny
  • Score: 1

11:21am Sun 22 Jun 14

taffymark says...

Welcome to the crazy club m8,,,lol....omg....l
mao!
Welcome to the crazy club m8,,,lol....omg....l mao! taffymark
  • Score: 1

5:24pm Sun 22 Jun 14

taffymark says...

The bunny wrote:
Pardon my English, but it cracks me up that so many people on here are criticising others spelling, grammar, or punctuation, only to go on and commit the very same errors themselves.
Please learn the various uses of 'there' 'their' and 'they're', and you can't have "inferring to me as".. it's 'referring', as inferring has a totally different meaning. You could have said "If you are inferring that I am a friend", or "Are you referring to me as a friend", but not a mixture of the two. Also, the word is 'quote' not 'quot'. The correct phrase is "The pot calling the kettle black"... the word 'teapot' isn't involved.
Mudvayne probably made fewer mistakes than the people that are pulling him/her up on his/her English, so... be careful of stones that you throw. By the way, the things I've mentioned aren't the only things wrong, there are mis-spellings, and mis-use of words throughout.

I have no comment to make about the crime or sentence, and I would like to apologise for any errors in my grammar or spelling.
It's a good job you had a dictionary and a few days to work that out Sherlock...
[quote][p][bold]The bunny[/bold] wrote: Pardon my English, but it cracks me up that so many people on here are criticising others spelling, grammar, or punctuation, only to go on and commit the very same errors themselves. Please learn the various uses of 'there' 'their' and 'they're', and you can't have "inferring to me as".. it's 'referring', as inferring has a totally different meaning. You could have said "If you are inferring that I am a friend", or "Are you referring to me as a friend", but not a mixture of the two. Also, the word is 'quote' not 'quot'. The correct phrase is "The pot calling the kettle black"... the word 'teapot' isn't involved. Mudvayne probably made fewer mistakes than the people that are pulling him/her up on his/her English, so... be careful of stones that you throw. By the way, the things I've mentioned aren't the only things wrong, there are mis-spellings, and mis-use of words throughout. I have no comment to make about the crime or sentence, and I would like to apologise for any errors in my grammar or spelling.[/p][/quote]It's a good job you had a dictionary and a few days to work that out Sherlock... taffymark
  • Score: 0

9:13pm Sun 22 Jun 14

The bunny says...

taffymark wrote:
The bunny wrote:
Pardon my English, but it cracks me up that so many people on here are criticising others spelling, grammar, or punctuation, only to go on and commit the very same errors themselves.
Please learn the various uses of 'there' 'their' and 'they're', and you can't have "inferring to me as".. it's 'referring', as inferring has a totally different meaning. You could have said "If you are inferring that I am a friend", or "Are you referring to me as a friend", but not a mixture of the two. Also, the word is 'quote' not 'quot'. The correct phrase is "The pot calling the kettle black"... the word 'teapot' isn't involved.
Mudvayne probably made fewer mistakes than the people that are pulling him/her up on his/her English, so... be careful of stones that you throw. By the way, the things I've mentioned aren't the only things wrong, there are mis-spellings, and mis-use of words throughout.

I have no comment to make about the crime or sentence, and I would like to apologise for any errors in my grammar or spelling.
It's a good job you had a dictionary and a few days to work that out Sherlock...
"It's a good job you had a dictionary and a few days to work that out Sherlock..."

Actually, it took me ten minutes and no dictionary. So where do we go now?
[quote][p][bold]taffymark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The bunny[/bold] wrote: Pardon my English, but it cracks me up that so many people on here are criticising others spelling, grammar, or punctuation, only to go on and commit the very same errors themselves. Please learn the various uses of 'there' 'their' and 'they're', and you can't have "inferring to me as".. it's 'referring', as inferring has a totally different meaning. You could have said "If you are inferring that I am a friend", or "Are you referring to me as a friend", but not a mixture of the two. Also, the word is 'quote' not 'quot'. The correct phrase is "The pot calling the kettle black"... the word 'teapot' isn't involved. Mudvayne probably made fewer mistakes than the people that are pulling him/her up on his/her English, so... be careful of stones that you throw. By the way, the things I've mentioned aren't the only things wrong, there are mis-spellings, and mis-use of words throughout. I have no comment to make about the crime or sentence, and I would like to apologise for any errors in my grammar or spelling.[/p][/quote]It's a good job you had a dictionary and a few days to work that out Sherlock...[/p][/quote]"It's a good job you had a dictionary and a few days to work that out Sherlock..." Actually, it took me ten minutes and no dictionary. So where do we go now? The bunny
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1:06pm Tue 24 Jun 14

taffymark says...

mis-spellings or misspelling?
mis-spellings or misspelling? taffymark
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2:21pm Tue 24 Jun 14

The bunny says...

On reflection, I think misspelling could, and should be used, but the straw has certainly been clutched at for that one. I'll get me coat...
On reflection, I think misspelling could, and should be used, but the straw has certainly been clutched at for that one. I'll get me coat... The bunny
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3:51pm Wed 25 Jun 14

taffymark says...

As long as we don't kill each other a bit of this won't hurt, and by the way who's cort is tha jaket? Mine is on, take care.
As long as we don't kill each other a bit of this won't hurt, and by the way who's cort is tha jaket? Mine is on, take care. taffymark
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