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 Post subject: Would you do this at home?
PostPosted: Wed Sep 18, 2019 2:07 pm 
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Scruffy bastards. I eat something at half time from sweets to fruit or the occasional pie..Whatever and always take my rubbish home or stick it in one of the many bins in the ground.

I wonder if the people who do this this would just drop it on the floor in their own house...Yeh! Some probably would.

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Gulls do a good job with the waste food though and normally start circling at around 85 minutes.

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Been going to the Vic for about 30 years, cant remember ever seeing a bin to be honest.

Then again i manage to go 2 hours without having to stuff my face or have a pint etc so never looked for one.

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Been going to the Vic for about 30 years, cant remember ever seeing a bin to be honest.

Then again i manage to go 2 hours without having to stuff my face or have a pint etc so never looked for one.


There are loads of wheely bins behind the Mill house stand, don,t know about the rest of the ground and by half time for some reason I.m always starving especially if we are winning :roll:

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Hartleblue wrote:

There are loads of wheely bins behind the Mill house stand, don,t know about the rest of the ground and by half time for some reason I.m always starving especially if we are winning :roll:



Cant see many people getting up from their seats etc during the game to walk behind the stand to put rubbish in a bin.

Is it still ok to rip the half time lottery tickets up into little pieces and throw them into the air?

Asking for a friend.

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I have just had skin removed from my buttocks to be grafted onto my best mates shoulder.
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You just have to look outside the ground on the approach from the pay and display car park, no bins and empty bottles and debris all over, unless the club can put bins in the passageways at the step entrances, then they are pissing in the wind!

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We need to recruit Japanese fans. Obvious commercial opportunity but they're being put off by the limited opening hours of the club shop. Sort it out Pools.


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We need to recruit Japanese fans. Obvious commercial opportunity but they're being put off by the limited opening hours of the club shop. Sort it out Pools.


Glad you`re on board, took a while but living in France has had an effect tenacity!

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[quote="Hartleblue"]https://www.hartlepoolunited.co.uk/club-appeals-for-help-with-litter-issue/

Scruffy bastards. I eat something at half time from sweets to fruit or the occasional pie..Whatever and always take my rubbish home or stick it in one of the many bins in the ground.

stockport county who get slightly higher gates than pools have solved the problem of litter to a certain extent by putting heany duty plastic bags all round the front of their ground as well as the little bins provided. they are tied up and fan volunteers empty em at the end of the game. think that if its known that fellow fans do this then the problem could be lessened.


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Sounds like a plan.

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Rubbish thread this.

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"took a while but living in France has had an effect tenacity!"

What does that even mean?


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born toulouse wrote:
"took a while but living in France has had an effect tenacity!"

What does that even mean?


The French are not known for their aggression, the flag has velcro blue and red in need of surrender!

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Rubbish thread this.


Good summing up, young man.

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I like being called young man it makes me think I am on of Brian Cloughs player's.

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Bluestreak wrote:
I like being called young man it makes me think I am on of Brian Cloughs player's.


Garbish

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Ok let's trash this thread

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Can we recycle it?


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 Post subject: Re: Would you do this at home?
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And make it into a plastic turd?

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 Post subject: Re: Would you do this at home?
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Unfortunately it's a fact of life. Some people think it's okay to do whatever they want in a Football Ground, Pub, street etc. I agree they wouldn't dare do it at home, "probably".

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We need to recruit Japanese fans. Obvious commercial opportunity but they're being put off by the limited opening hours of the club shop. Sort it out Pools.

Fun fact: I've been to a whole load of places in Asia and I like the Japanese a lot, but they are the most littering bastards I have ever encountered.
It's almost like they feel obliged to leave weird sweet (WEIRD SWEET) wrappers on the ground wherever they go.

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True to his word Hartleblue was seen depositing some litter into a bin and actually held the lid open whilst others did too.
I salute you sir :obscene-buttmoon:

Also a bloke gave me the finger as i walked along the concourse...not sure who he was sctatchinghead

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So the onus was on the fans to do their bit, no bins by the steps or bin bags or signs :roll:

I know this pale into insignificance due to the appalling scenes today but worth a mention.

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In a public place do you feel you have the right to litter if there's no bin immediately available? Of course the onus is on the individual, as it is everywhere else.
Anyone who litters anywhere is a bounder... End of.


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pooliecrab wrote:
In a public place do you feel you have the right to litter if there's no bin immediately available? Of course the onus is on the individual, as it is everywhere else.
Anyone who litters anywhere is a bounder... End of.



There are bins everywhere in Greatham and people still litter, upbringing and leading by example come to mind but if there were not any bins, do you think kids would take it home or dump it?

If you are asking people to help you out by not doing what they have done for the past 2 years without providing a recepticle near to them, then you are either on the council or drugged up!


Just move some of the big blue bins into the stand at the back of the stair wells and put signs up, simples!

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Montpoolier wrote:
Fun fact: I've been to a whole load of places in Asia and I like the Japanese a lot, but they are the most littering bastards I have ever encountered.


Must be some discussion before away matches and big tournaments. 'Listen, we're all scruffy bastards at home but there's no need for the world to know that. Win, lose or draw the stadium gets tidied '


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Montpoolier wrote:
Fun fact: I've been to a whole load of places in Asia and I like the Japanese a lot, but they are the most littering bastards I have ever encountered.


Must be some discussion before away matches and big tournaments. 'Listen, we're all scruffy bastards at home but there's no need for the world to know that. Win, lose or draw the stadium gets tidied '


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