Jamie Carragher "I didn't see her"

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Jamie Carragher "I didn't see her"

Post by BRUCE225 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 1:45 pm

Not here to defend what the guy did, but if you watch the video I think the other driver was in a Astra K??

And must admit the seats are low on the passenger side with no height adjustments I can hardly see my daughter and she's sat next to me :lol: :lol:

What a way to highlight the fact that height adjustment should be standard. :D :D

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Re: Jamie Carragher "I didn't see her"

Post by PACMANIA » Mon Mar 12, 2018 2:46 pm

Yes it was a astra he had the r.4 I would off spat him just for having that


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Re: Jamie Carragher "I didn't see her"

Post by mattonecz » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:12 pm

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Re: Jamie Carragher "I didn't see her"

Post by Ivanzu » Mon Mar 12, 2018 4:24 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol:


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Re: Jamie Carragher "I didn't see her"

Post by Grumpy1954 » Tue Mar 13, 2018 12:33 pm

Allowing for it maybe being deliberate provocation (just happened to be filming it?) whether or not he saw the girl, I think it was disgusting behaviour, typical of todays superstar mega wage footballers, and he should have the book thrown at him.
Contrast that with the red coated, busby wearing Guards on London Government offices and the Queen, they have to stand absolutely still, despite provocation, insults and attempts to make them react. How does an comment about a team losing warrant this behaviour!


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Re: Jamie Carragher "I didn't see her"

Post by Onethumb1047 » Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:53 am

Yes it was a despicable thing to do to anyone. But let us not be too hasty to judge others under provocation. It cannot be condoned even under provocation but it can be understood.


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Re: Jamie Carragher "I didn't see her"

Post by Grumpy1954 » Mon Mar 19, 2018 3:23 pm

Onethumb1047 wrote:
Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:53 am
Yes it was a despicable thing to do to anyone. But let us not be too hasty to judge others under provocation. It cannot be condoned even under provocation but it can be understood.
Understand yes, but as you say, it cannot be condoned. I was in the military at one base in the 1980's where the "Greenham Common" protesters were picketing, and all ranks under Senior Officers were taking turns on the gates and the fence. The provocation we got was far more severe, and we were forbidden to react to it. Didn't help that a local, unfriendly newspaper had people and cameras there ready to scream the roof off at any implied offence on the RAF's side. They pilloried us for peacefully and politely stopping 2 women climbing a 15ft fence into a secure area "to go and look for a toilet" One of my colleagues was featured in the next edition as "the armed thug who prevented women from using a toilet".
Today, people take offence and react strongly for many petty reasons, I've had people try to ram me off the road because they didn't like me having right of way. I got punched in the face by a man who walked the length of a car park because he didn't like the space I chose to park in (public car park). This man crossed a line, it cannot be allowed to be let go as "understandable".


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