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Dr WHO

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  1. I will be stopping on the Isle during my hectic voyage this xmas, so guess the Tardis will be making a visit to the NS and beyond, the twilight zone is about to begin.
  2. I have heard that Frank Watt from Vidlin in the best in Shetland, does anyone else know anyone in this field?
  3. Sire, I assure you no aggression was intended. Since back on this topic I do wonder if being unable to pay for the tv licence at the post offices will make much difference. After all there are few "pay points" (the new place to pay) in Shetland. Forgiveness is granted.
  4. This is an interesting topic!!! Why do you have to have the heading WARNING to people in this forum? I have many properties and have a TV licence for every one of them, there is no need to feel sorry for anyone who has been caught for not having a TV licence....it is simply their problem, they know the law if they don’t want a licence don’t get a TV SIMPLE. It is these types of inconsiderate people that cost me and everyone else more money each year from the taxman, for their lack of responsibility to pay for what they are due, unlike all the other millions of TV viewers who do. I fo
  5. This is an interesting topic!!! Why do you have to have the heading WARNING to people in this forum? I have many properties and have a TV licence for every one of them, there is no need to feel sorry for anyone who has been caught for not having a TV licence....it is simply their problem, they know the law if they don’t want a licence don’t get a TV SIMPLE. It is these types of inconsiderate people that cost me and everyone else more money each year from the taxman, for their lack of responsibility to pay for what they are due, unlike all the other millions of TV viewers who do. I fo
  6. There is never ending breakthroughs with dogs against drugs, as you say Perrie Brian indeed much of the time the Police rely on tip offs and the fact remains open as to whether the dogs would have pulled out the low life, drug pushing, money grabbing, scum bag criminal ( Rant over sorry ), but I feel I must share this amazing information with you!!! Sniffer Wasps it’s true, watch out Dogs, you have a challenge, http://www.vnunet.com/vnunet/news/2144494/sniffer-wasps-dogs-redundant [/b]
  7. Has this become the "Most Hysterical Imaginary Tabloid Headline Competition" thread? I think not McFly, there are some great discussions from well informed people here.
  8. I should take you for a ride in the Tardis (Time and Relative Dimensions in Space) sometime, the paranormal will then becomes relavant.
  9. You got it in one Njugle you mythical creature you...
  10. I think that has already happened tattie man....but you appear to have hit the nail on the head here.
  11. I hear they are also great for night Golf.
  12. Simple. It is the fact that some substances are illegal that means the users operate in the blackmarket. Operating in this nasty, profit driven, secretive, blackmarket is the lifestyle I am talking about. It promotes a poor quality, irregular supply of substances which, when addictive, or used improperly, can be dangerous. This is bad for us all, users and non-users. Poor quality, improperly used, dangerous substances can lead to poor health (or even death ). In the case of addictive substances it leads to further crime such as robbery. I totaly agree with you there...
  13. Distortio wrote, "when you start off by attributing a moral alleigance to inanimate objects the debate is not going anywhere" Only the participants develop a moral alleigance to their inanimate object of choice so their contribution can be neglected.
  14. Junior I do not wish to rephrase anything I have said, I would not have the ingnornce to ask anyone else this question, however seeing as you have made such a long reply to my remarks, I feel I must ask you to expand on your point....."The lifestyle is caused by the law"? WHAT?
  15. Sure, nobody would choose to be a heroin addict but the actual fact is that being a heroin addict is a much smaller problem if the supply is readily available and well regulated. I've seen many nicotine addicts (was one myself) get very unpleasant to be around when their supply is removed - otherwise they just function like normal people. Valid point Fjool-however I do not regard myself a professional as I stated in this subject my professional subject is one quiet different. This does not restrict me to voice my opinion only, in an open forum, in which is evedant to see, a subject that r
  16. IF IS A GREAT WORD! Unfortunately we are living in a country which offers so much emphasis on freedom of choice ideas, and strong opinions on the lets legalize all the drugs theory, when the reality is, this will take years to pass through our government. So this leaves us with today and tomorrow with the laws we must abide with until they change, if indeed they ever will.....and the big question!! What happens now...how do we stop the deterioration of an Island being affected more so with class A drugs, as many people in this forum have highlighted? Indeed if anyone qualified can of
  17. I don't think concentrating on how the drugs get here is the answer. If we can't keep drugs out of prisons, we're never going to keep them out of Shetland. Prisons and drugs indeed is a problem as highlighted on the BBC news today. But you appear to have a narrow view on this point; every angle must be explored in the fight against this evil drug and its misuse. It is ignorant to presume that the Prison issue is the only factor encouraging the use of drugs, What first leads innocent people to try the drug?.....how do they get the drug?.......and when they are hooked, where do they k
  18. Evil Inky you may be right, but I don't know the stats on Alcohol versus Drugs...I do know Alcohol is legal and drugs are not, this is the point I think is trying to be discussed on this forum. Everyone knows the channels Alcohol comes through to the Isles.....freight by northlink ferries from the billion pound brewery industry, but the billion pound drug industry is a completely different ball game.
  19. Where do the drugs come from? There are only three possibilities to consider on how the drug gets into Shetland, do the official need to drive this area harder….what are the recourses needed to deal with this problem? Heroin and crack addicts in Shetland, is a horrible fact, but they are everywhere, the demographics of the world are changing so are the risks that the new age drug takers are taking.....it is sad that that is the goal of their life. Some could say so what let them go to an early grave...but these people are someone’s sons or daughters, mothers or fathers, someone’s s
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