[access-uk] Re: Bt total broadband - was ISP providers

Oh he's here again, I thought he was in the importing business with his
container ship, the Shark bait, not the export business! perhaps they
are linked, a form of job creation scheme.
Well all I can say is I'm very happy with my legal immigrant! yes I have
a French model at home.  You know what they say about the grass always
being greener on the other side, well she found it greener here! it
rains more!

Dave

Roger,

Personally I believe that council's go out of their way to employ these
politically correct crack pots! 
I know of an episode in Rochdale, a few years ago, where an Asian girl
kept using white taxi's and not paying, one driver, who had been her
victim before, managed to catch her, who did she work for! the council!

When in Rome I do as the Romans do, and I expect them to do the same
here! as for anyone who takes offence every time the words coloured,
immigrants or any other word referring to anyone of a different race is
used, they can take a run and jump off the deep end with concrete boots
on!  What you don't like that! well D I L L I G A F !  not heard of
dilligaf before, well basically it means I couldn't give a rodents
rectum mate! yeap you can take political correctness and put it where
that coloured ball in the sky doesn't shine.

We work with immigrants every day, we deport illegal immigrants, and we
employ immigrants to do it! Myself and the SS, skeleton staff, run a
cheap and efficient service.  For further details, just contact:-

Mr Honest
Immigration officer
The Immigration centre
The cliff edge
Beachy head

Around the middle of last year I had occasion to phone my local
council's hackney carriage office to complain of a taxi driver who
refused to take my guide dog. In conversation I said that immigrants to
this country should be made aware that they will be expected to obey the
laws of this country That when in Rome do as Romans. The woman went mad
calling me the worse kind of racist and was going to report me then
slamming the phone down. A while later I received, unannounced, a visit
from the council department concerned with that sort of thing. They said
they were investigation to decide whether to prosecute me. They than
gave a list of the things I'd said which were twisted versions of what I
actually did say. I waited until they'd finished and simply asked if
they'd listened to the tape that was said about at the start of the
conversation on the phone. They admitted no so I told them to do so and
stop wasting my time. I didn't hear any more so I contacted them and was
told no further action was planned. I demanded an apology in writing or
I would start proceedings against them. I got it. So some people do jump
off the deep end without taking care to get their facts correct first.
So many people are so very over sensitive in finding reasons to be
offended.

Roger
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ray's Home" <rays-home@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Monday, February 18, 2008 6:53 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bt total broadband - was ISP providers


> Not sure Dave if it wouldn't have been better to refer to language 
> barriers, perhaps?  Maybe more a subject for Vi-gen, but I do get very

> anoyed when having to deal with people, whereever they might be from, 
> who's grasp of English leaves much to be desired, e.g. in a pub being 
> expected to point to what I want, rather than simply ask for it.
>
> Mind you much of the problem is also down to the mass-market habit of 
> selling things and not providing propper support to keep prices 
> artificially low, hence use of call centres with no knowledge or 
> comitment to anything they are providing support for.
>
> As I say, a subject more for vi-gen I think.
>
> Cheers,
>
>
>
> From Ray
> I can be contacted off-list at:
> mailto:ray-48@xxxxxxxx
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> Ankers, Dave (UK)
> Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bt total broadband - was ISP providers
>
>
>
> Kirsty,
>
> It's interesting, I used the word "Brainless" because the person on 
> the other end of the phone was unable to leave the script they have 
> been programmed with and have a conversation based on information 
> given.
> Is
> that Racist?
> I also stated that misunderstandings due to language differences, 
> meaning constantly having to repeat oneself was infuriating.  Does 
> that make me a racist? oh no I used the "C" word!! yes coloured! 
> Jackie stop laughing!
> It's interesting, whenever you use the word "Coloured" you must be a 
> racist.  If I was a racist, I wouldn't spend so much money in their 
> restaurants!
>
> Sure there are some I don't like, just imagine I lived in between two 
> neighbours, who both played agga bloody do at full volume, I would 
> want to shoot the pair of them, but one is Caucasian and the other 
> coloured!
> yes you know what I'm going to be called after shooting the coloured 
> one don't you!
>
> Kirsty, you said you didn't want to start a new conversation on the 
> subject, and it's not access related, but to someone who attended a 
> school which was 75% coloured, and I know who is the most racist! ever

> heard of the cast system?
> it's the proverbial red rag!
>
> Dave
>
> Dave,
>
> I'm of the opinion that your choice of words leaves a lot to be 
> desired, and goes no way to support your statement that you are not 
> xenophobic - your defining people by their skin colour and claiming 
> that they don't have a brain because they don't understand you being 
> two examples thereof.
>
> I find this list a useful and productive platform for sharing ideas 
> and information, and think it would be unfortunate if it became a 
> place where such discriminatory comments were unchallenged.
>
> I have no interest in opening up a new discussion on the subject, but 
> wanted to make the point that at least  one person here found the 
> racist comments about Indian call centres offensive.  Yes, I have had 
> my own frustrating experiences with a number of call centres, but I 
> believe there's a difference in being dissatisfied with a service and 
> writing so discourteously about a whole people group.
>
> Kirsty
>
>
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