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1 hour ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

You fuckin gout ridden disaster

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3 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

She made it possible for a specific generation by means of giving them access to the private housing market. 
 

Not worked out so well for my generation. Not that the old, dead, ugly cunt ever thought about consequences of policy. 

The houses bought will pass down the generations, every generation will benefit.

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9 minutes ago, daytripping said:

Brings minks to the area, no one would want that on their doorstep.

Typical example.

The social housing blocks of flats beside BP Dyce.

The rest of that estate are not happy.

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2 minutes ago, The Boofon said:

A very small part to blame. 
 

The reason most people rent is because they don’t earn enough money to buy a house where they want to live. You’ve said this already. That’s not the fault of a landlord. They give people the opportunity to live where they want to live. 

Before my current house I rented in an area I couldn't afford to buy, suited me fine, anything goes wrong you just shout the landlord. Would still be there now if Covid hadn't cut my income stream. Was expensive but hey ho, no one forced me to rent it.

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1 hour ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

Re read what I've said. 
 

My point was at least shops offer cheap, affordable products. 
 

The same can't be said generally for housing. 
 

 

If you can't afford Heinz you buy smartprice.

If you can't afford a flat rent a bedsit or a caravan.

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1 minute ago, Joe pike said:

Typical example.

The social housing blocks of flats beside BP Dyce.

The rest of that estate are not happy.

That will be a shambles when it opens, the BP building and the office block next to it will fall to social housing next, will be like going through the Bronx getting from Bucksburn to Asda. Watch crime rocket in the area, will be a bad area to live. 

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1 minute ago, daytripping said:

That will be a shambles when it opens, the BP building and the office block next to it will fall to social housing next, will be like going through the Bronx getting from Bucksburn to Asda. Watch crime rocket in the area, will be a bad area to live. 

Drive by shootings ‘n’ shit 

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1 hour ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

Again. If you're going to comment on anything I'm saying actually read what I'm writing. 
 

I know you ignore information when it's convenient for you. Try read this time, though. 

You flip flop so often it's hard to keep up.

 

First it's "fuck all landlords" swiftly followed by "could make an argument for any number, for me it's two" and the revelation your grunny is a fat cat slum landlord 

 

 

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40 minutes ago, Henry said:

#humblebrag

Ha! 

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11 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

So you don't think society would be infinitely better if we could guarantee everyone a place to call their own, of a decent standard, so they can improve their quality of life? 
 

You also say all of the above like it's an easy thing to do. Like you can just find these things for you and your family (if you have one) like a piece of piss. 
 

Another person who's forgotten what it's like to struggle. 

If you work hard a mortgage is achievable on shite wages. Its not easy but worth the 60/70hr weeks if they're available.


 

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27 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

She's not a slum landlord, she has one property that she charges the going rate for, which is still IMO, too much. 
 

Fuck all landlords is more saying fuck the landlord as a "profession." 
 

You'll get folk who simply don't understand how what they are doing is fundamentally wrong, and are blissfully ignorant, hard to dislike that kind of person. 
 

Then you get the folk who try to justify it when challenged, like they are doing the renters a favour, then you get slum landlords etc. 
 

Letting agencies are also swine. I know someone who works for one and tells us all the secrets, proper scum. All weighed in the favour of the landlord. 

Jesus H Christ

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7 minutes ago, Simply Red said:

If you work hard a mortgage is achievable on shite wages. Its not easy but worth the 60/70hr weeks if they're available.


 

Full time job and just eat driver in the evenings and weekends are enough for anyone to get on the property market, people are just too lazy these days.

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12 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

There should be some guarantees in life, housing is one of them. 
 

Should all houses be the exact same ?

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I quite fancied being a slum landlord. 

Buy up a block of flats downtown, minimal repair, rent out at outrageous prices that the city will supplement, go round collecting rent and affect an Eastern European accent... because I always imagine slumlords to be Eastern European... and tell the single mother renters, "Well, if pretty lady can't pay rent... maybe we come to some... other... arrangement, eh?  Eh? Hehehehehe!"

Fucking topper of a job. Wouldn't even all it a job. Pure recreation for profit. 

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25 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

Why should someone have to absolutely pan their cunt in for something viewed as a necessity to live? There should be some guarantees in life, housing is one of them. 
 

Different if you want a new car, bigger house, etc etc, then I take your point. 

Free houses for everybody. That’ll fix it. 

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You’re right about the Boof though at least. Lost touch with reality a long time ago. 
 

 

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10 minutes ago, Poodler said:

You’re right about the Boof though at least. Lost touch with reality a long time ago. 
 

 

Hahaha. 

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2 hours ago, Henry said:

#humblebrag

I thought of you while I typed that. Knew it was coming 😂

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7 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

That second paragraph is laughable rubbish. 
 

They don't "give them" the opportunity, they exploit their necessity for a place to live. The reason most people rent is because they don't earn enough money to save for a house. 
 

Most renters are people under 35, many of which will be on low wages, crap contracts, etc etc. I know from experience. 
 

What do you say to gentrification? Whereby people go into traditionally 'poorer' areas, buy up property, and raise the rental prices? People being forced to move out of places they grew up because they can't afford it. Should they just live somewhere different? 

The poor should stay in poor areas, spreading them out just brings down more areas, it's something I feel strongly about, leave people in areas they know and love, this move them to better areas doesn't make the mink a better person, it simply plants minks in good areas, they then start eroding where they are.

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9 minutes ago, daytripping said:

The poor should stay in poor areas, spreading them out just brings down more areas, it's something I feel strongly about, leave people in areas they know and love, this move them to better areas doesn't make the mink a better person, it simply plants minks in good areas, they then start eroding where they are.

I don't know if you're trolling or not, but I agree with that anyway. 

You take minks and put them in a decent area, and they're not going to start acting like normal people... if anything they'll immediately start work on a pile of used car tyres, let their garden go to shit, and generally act like they were still in a minky area where mink behaviour is acceptable. 

Wall them into their mink areas. 

This is not speculation, btw... I've had a series of neighbours who rented the adjacent property, and despite them now living in a nice area they take their abject minkery with them. 

The best neighbours we had were the Syrians, who at least appreciated not living in a war zone. 

They'd no fucking idea how to deal with a cold climate, but they were brilliant neighbours. 

They did help themselves to the leaves off my grapevines, though... the scallywags. And they'd no idea how driveways work.

Their first encounter with snow was legendary. Absolutely terrified, excited, and confused all at once. 

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Minks are lazy bastards. Leaving a load of shite eg kids toys, old flat pack furniture etc outside their front door for months at a time because they cant be bothered doing anything about it. 

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5 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

Again. You, by many people's definition, would be a mink. 

Who would know me as a mink, genuinely puzzled by that? You've said it twice now.

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7 minutes ago, Sooper-hanz said:

Minks are lazy bastards. Leaving a load of shite eg kids toys, old flat pack furniture etc outside their front door for months at a time because they cant be bothered doing anything about it. 

On the nose. 

You can tell a mink by the state they keep their house in. 

If outside looks like a jungle, and inside looks like a jumble sale, you can guarantee the bird's getting battered and bidey-in is on the rob. 

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3 minutes ago, Ke1t said:

On the nose. 

You can tell a mink by the state they keep their house in. 

If outside looks like a jungle, and inside looks like a jumble sale, you can guarantee the bird's getting battered and bidey-in is on the rob. 

Without a shadow of doubt . Tidy surroundings ,tidy mind. 

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Old Vauxhall cavaliers etc in the garden, long grass all around them, absolute 100% mink behaviour. Can only imagine the nick of their bathrooms. 
 

my life is a mess but need a clean bathroom like 

 

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25 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

That second paragraph is laughable rubbish. 
 

They don't "give them" the opportunity, they exploit their necessity for a place to live. The reason most people rent is because they don't earn enough money to save for a house. 
 

Most renters are people under 35, many of which will be on low wages, crap contracts, etc etc. I know from experience. 
 

What do you say to gentrification? Whereby people go into traditionally 'poorer' areas, buy up property, and raise the rental prices? People being forced to move out of places they grew up because they can't afford it. Should they just live somewhere different? 

They do give them the opportunity. Without the rental property they’d have to live somewhere else. 
 

I’ve no view on gentrification as it’s something I’ve got no experience on. It doesn’t sound a nice thing to do. Seems you’re trying to deflect a bit. 
 

End of the day your views on landlords are clear (inherited wealth ones) and the rest is just complete waffle  

 

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8 minutes ago, ConsiCanBoogie1903 said:

A guy who used to go up and down the country scrapping other men on the weekend. 
 

To some folks, that would be mink behaviour. 
 

 

Bloody good honest fun, cleaning the streets of vermin while supporting the team through thick and thin, I think most people would call it ledge behaviour. Made it safe for your average supporter away from home as well, was dangerous in the 70's/80's.

The club are bending over backwards to accommodate the reunion,  they don't see it as mink behaviour.

 

 

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