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East London? Nope, Kent (the nice part near the south coast, not the crappy part that is basically Greater London). Filth, scum, rozzers, scuffers etc., terms in common usage across the country
Not much respect given to traffic fuzz.
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East London? Nope, Kent (the nice part near the south coast, not the crappy part that is basically Greater London). Filth, scum, rozzers, scuffers etc., terms in common usage across the country
Not much respect given to traffic fuzz.
"Common" being the operative term.
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Indeed, but we digress
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Westport, Canoe Cove if they replace the lift that ended up in the drink on Monday.
With a nice boat on it too!
Operator did everything as normal, but the remote control link had a bit of a fail.
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