Monday, 2 March 2009

So ... who died?

I think he was a bit of a cunt, to be fair:

"Setting aside the position of having your son on the back, there is a steady stream of traffic coming the other way, the road is wet, had you lost control, it would have become a missile.

"The potential consequences of which would have been a certain serious accident and at least highly possibly the death of at least one other road user."

He continued: "If you add to that the fact you had your son on the back, the level of lack of responsibility is almost unbelievable.

"The matter is so serious, the custodial sentence can't be avoided."


How is it serious? Who died? Who was hurt? Who was frightened? What went wrong?

As far as I can see, this bloke has been sent down for SIX MONTHS for riding a motorcycle irresponsibly.

Compare that to Lord Ahmed, who got THREE MONTHS after killing someone. Doesn't smell, does it?

11 comments:

Oldrightie said...

Yes it does, bet he was a Tory voter.

The Penguin said...

Lord Ahmend will be out in 18 days.

He has to comfort Jade Goody.

The Penguin

Man with Many Chins said...

Well, if his name was PC Mark Milton, he could have done 159mph and said he was testing the performance of his bike....and got away with it.
Although I don't condone riding at this speed with a kid on the back (I wouldn't to anywhere near that speed with my son on my bike), its time these retards on the bench woke up to the performance of modern bikes.
Braking and acceleration are both immense....in fact you can knock 30mph off just by sitting up in the saddle from behind the fairing.
The cunts think that something over 100mph is akin to raping virgins - a Suzuki GSXR1000 will achive 105mph in first gear...and get there in about 4-5 seconds from a standstill.

King Athelstan said...

Extrapolate the logic here. If You get in that car, if You drive it, if You drive it too fast. If You have your kids with You, if you get on the motorway, if You drive the wrong way, if You lose control, if You have a puncture, if, if, if.
He could always have gone down the supermarket ad punched some fucker fatally.
Do You think He'll get a tag?

John Pickworth said...

I noticed on the BBC News that they clipped the bottom off the police speed camera video... the part that displays the vehicles speed.

I can't help wondering just how long the bike was travelling at 120MPH? Given he was shown approaching a corner I suspect it was merely a few metres!

Tim W said...

'The potential consequences of which would have been a certain serious accident'

So a potential certianty? Doesn't sound that certian to me.

Guthrum said...

You idiot Obo ! He is not a Lord, nor does he have 10 000 warriors to back him up

an ex-apprentice said...

Dear Mr Chins,

"a Suzuki GSXR1000 will achive 105mph in first gear...and get there in about 4-5 seconds from a standstill."

I'd keep that quiet if I were you.

Beowulff said...

This is in line with what we should expect in our land accursed as it is by the canker within.
This lowly churle is lucky he wasn't tried in the Harpeople's Court of Public Opinion. He could have had his limbs broken on the wheel.
Whereas Lordly Folk are answerable to a different code of law. McSnotty's Rule.
Labour=Corruption

Man with Many Chins said...

Dear Mr Ex Apprentice
"Dear Mr Chins,

"a Suzuki GSXR1000 will achive 105mph in first gear...and get there in about 4-5 seconds from a standstill."

I'd keep that quiet if I were you."

On a track of course!

Tiresias said...

Moral luck: two examples.

1. Two motorists are breaking the speed limits along two parallel streets. One flattens an errant sprog; the other doesn't.

2. Let "murder" denote "intentionally causing the death of". A and B intend to kill X, who is about to set out across the desert the following morning. A locates X's camel at the dead of night, uncorks X's water bottle and adds a lethal dose of strychnine. B independently happens along one hour later, drills a tiny hole in X's water bottle.

A couple of days later, X is found dead half way across the desert. Cause of death: dehydration.

There are some learned references on this one which I can dredge up if you're interested. Meanwhile, you might want to chew it over.