Sunday, 15 January 2012

Deliberate Mistakes

Pictured below is Alex Norris. He doesn't like mistakes being made and he's none to happy about the way you put your bins out.

No, seriously, they were fucking out here! Her bloody cans were all the fucking way out here!

"There will still be a fine there for people who deliberately make a mistake but it's going to be proportionate and if people settle it early it will be as little as £40." - Nottingham City Councillor Alex Norris

Deliberately make a mistake, eh?

Deliberately: Done with or marked by full consciousness of the nature and effects; intentional.

Mistake: An error or fault resulting from defective judgement, deficient knowledge, or carelessness.

Good grief! Is that an oxymoron?

Anyway, Alex also goes on to say:

"The Government talks about £1,000 prosecutions for people who leave bins out by accident. Now actually to have been given a fixed penalty notice [£110] in the first instance you must have left your bin out four times and to get the £1,000 fine you must have not paid that notice.

No one seems to pay much notice these days, Alex. No one.

Now then, where was I?

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