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  1. 8 points
    My post wasn't about the harassment by CRT I was just trying to understand her logic or lack thereof. The video opens with her stating that diesels are dirty and polluting and shows her pedalling her boat. CRT revoke her licence due to not moving enough and threaten to oik her boat out of the water and destroy it. Rather than move the boat she sells it and moves into a van, which one can only assume she is going to travel in, the van has a dirty polluting Diesel engine. So her argument for not wanting to pollute is a bit on the weak side. Logically if you are going to end up with a Diesel engine why not just put one in the boat and comply with the cruising rules. I suspect the only movement this boat made was a weekly trip to the water point and back again, how far is a pedal powered narrowboat actually going to get? I further suspect that she didn't want to cruise and wanted to stay in exactly the same spot with the same little community. Just because someone wants to live a hippy lifestyle doesn't mean they are exempt from the rules especially when they are basically saying "look at me aren't I good to the environment by having a pedal powered boat, no dirty diesel here, oh woe is me I can't move far because I only have pedal power." And then they show their hypocracy by moving into a diesel powered van; the argument starts to fall apart somewhat.
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  3. 4 points
    Nothing wrong with being weird! It's being weird and disrupting everyone else's harmony that's the problem. Ironic though that if you are a bit odd and poor you are weird but if you come from money you are the great British eccentric.
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  8. 1 point
    For some reason I am not able to reply to the other thread about this. It is available in the UK https://www.marinetuft.co.uk/carpet-bindingand there are loads of posts going round on Facebook
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  11. 1 point
    All valves are troublesome. Some leak, some won't turn off. Some do both. Which is your preference?
  12. 1 point
    Another bulb or resistor in parallel with the original lamp can be used if a higher wattage bulb of the same style can't be found to fit the existing lamp holder.
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  16. 1 point
    And if it doesnt just remember if you live in a house you dont have to you can bin it and live on a boat in a wig wam or bus or tent or..............???? house dwelling and associated costs are not yet mandatory
  17. 1 point
    Quite right when she could have one of these....
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  19. 1 point
    Damn can't get away from kids Buy a boat to get rid of her She follows me online! Only kidding welcome Kim this mean if there is any issues with the boat you have a place to goto rather than dad Tat
  20. 1 point
    Sorry if my post was a little 'obscure' I support your statement and sentiments fully - I was suggesting that if you search you will find that a number of other boaters make similar claims to justify their non-nomadic lifestyle, from..... "my little boy has made friends with a squirrel, we couldn't possibly move, he would be heart broken, I just don't know what to do, C&RT are so uncaring" to the anarchist claim that "property is theft, we do not need to move, its a free country", and "I am a freeman of the land and the police and courts have no authority over me and I am not bound by UK laws". There are so many weirdo's about !! (in my opinion)
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  25. 1 point
    I would have thought that if the money was donated for "repairing the boat", then using it to replace the goods and chattels of the 'renter' is not within the spirit of the donations. Maybe I could set up a fund as I want to bring a couple of orphan refugee kids into the country, but then once I have the money I'll use it to go on holiday instead. There are too many folks happy to take advantage of the generosity of others.
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