We Got A Prezzie!

A very thoughtful person got us a present for the site's birthday. It will help greatly when you meet someone who does not know about us. Instead of saying go to this site ... nothing, hyphen, the number two, hyphen, declare, dot, blogspot, dot, co, dot, uk ...... all you have to say is :-



Thanks Mate ... appreciated!

8 comments:

  1. Diamond Geezer :)
    (Hope you've recovered from the 'ahem' birthday celebrations....and the 'fallout' thus incurred) :P

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    1. Thanks Alcantara ... have 'sort of' recovered, l think :) xxx

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    2. It works!
      Bloody good idea!
      It makes it much easier to spread the word.

      We still keep hearing from people who only found us AFTER they got their stuff seized, and they didn't know the golden rules.

      There are some real evil, spiteful people working for Customs, I don't know how they justify their behaviour to themselves when they're alone at night. Parasites.

      Thanks, Secret Stranger!
      (Why is it a secret?)

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    3. "Why is it a secret?"

      It ain't, a quick whois search brings up that it was our own IBS -C Suffering Person Of Restricted Growth.

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    4. Good things come in little packages ... as my mum used to say ... and still does!

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    1. Well folk it may work in England but when I said N2D.ME to an old blonde having a smoke outside a popular Glasgow bar, She started some sort of negotiations which would involve the transfering of liquadable funds from my wallet to her handbag.
      Maybe something lost in the translation.
      So Run this past old George, I just google N2D.ME And I get connected to your site, I will try it if the UKBA let me have my computers back, but at the moment the punishment for winning is still ongoing

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"In the eyes of the Tribunal the review letter contained several preconceptions, prejudgments and non-sequiturs"

"the absurdity of this reason is demonstrated by simply stating it"

"We therefore find that Mr Sked misdirected himself as to the Policy in carrying out the review and his decision is therefore one that no reasonable review officer could have arrived at."

... commonly known here at N2D as 'Skeds' ... that is to say these are Judges comments regarding UKBA Review Officer Ian Sked's reasons for rejecting peoples appeals against seizures.

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