Jump to content
  • Sign Up

TinfoilTopHat

 Citizen
  • Content count

    15
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

2 Neutral

About TinfoilTopHat

  • Rank
    Newbie

Personal Information

  • Gender
    Male
  1. The whole admiralty law thing is bs, it doesn’t have any legal meaning and you will be laughed out of court for trying. “Without prejudice” has a specific function. If something is declared as without prejudice it means the content of discussions with an aim to settling a dispute can not be held against the person in court (unless such statement is a threat of violence or admission of an illegal act). It does nothing when you’re just signing a contract.
  2. Adding such a phrase before or after your signature is meaningless. Duress depends on the actual facts and circumstances and if you really were under duress, I imagine the guy making you sign wouldn’t be to happy with you putting that in your signature.... Much mike stating in an employment contract “the worker confirms he is self employed”. Means nothing if the reality of the situation is different. A signature is just a way of showing your consent to the terms and condition. Contracts don’t need to be written, they can be verbal. The issue then is if something goes wrong, proving what was agreed. If if you don’t agree to the terms, you don’t sign. The alcohol/drugs point is all about capacity. You can still have capacity whilst under the influence, there is not “set limit” of where you lose it. Again, is fact and circumstance dependant.
  3. I bet you any anount you care to name that this wont happen.
  4. TinfoilTopHat

    Falcon Heavy live feed

    This was cool. I liked that they put a copy of Hitchhikers Guide to The Galaxy in the glovebox...
  5. It’s clearly a sign of the Armageddon. The Powers That Be are signalling to us. They have clearly decreed that the cross section of World of Warcraft, and Rick and Morty fans are to be the sole survivors of the coming siege. You are right to be worried about sharing this, who knows what the repercussions will be for unveiling Their plot! Or...you know, it’s a pretty easy design to come up with for a game and cartoon. Could be that as well I suppose.
  6. TinfoilTopHat

    The Real Name of the Devil?

    I have it on good authority his real name is Clancy.
  7. Yeah....maybe lay off the meth for a while.
  8. TinfoilTopHat

    Is the world going to end on September 23?

    I'm gonna go ahead and say it probably isn't....
  9. "I know about two weeks ago he was arrested by police at Parsons Green, for what I don't know and returned back to Penny and Ron" We don't know why he was arrested or what for. Plus this is pure hearsay. Let's get the facts before going steaming ahead. Would you rather live where the police arrest you and you go to jail without due process, rule of law, or any evidence of an actual crime? Orwell would be proud....
  10. TinfoilTopHat

    More About September 23rd

    I honestly don't even know where to begin with this....
  11. Okay... just going to go straight in there then. I think we disagree on "facts." Please, attack his views, his decisions and his policies but at least back it up with something. What you have said is impressive in that you have managed to use so many words to say absolutely nothing.
  12. Okay, fair enough if you don't like him because of his policies or politics, but I still don't see why you should take umbridge with this. Like I said, it was a pretty standard political tatement in reaction to a major catastrophe. It's practically boilerplate. I just don't see the need to attack himniver nothing. Part of my problem with people in general is that they try to shoehorn things into events and circumstances that have no real place there. They make something out of nothing, for no reason other than trying to justify their position for whatever reason. Let's focus on seeing what actually happened, analysing the story and producing logical, reasoned arguments rather than blanketly criticising someone for essentially no reason. Also, on the fire escapes issue. It's actually pretty uncommon in the U.K. to have external fire escapes. Especially on older residential buildings of this size. Seems America is maybe ahead of us there.
  13. So, should he not make a statement then and just remain totally quiet?
  14. I fail to see anything wrong with Khan's comments. He is the Mayor of a city where a catastrophic event happened. Of course he's going to make a statement, it would be weird if he didn't. And, he didn't mention anything to do with religion or extremism, so I don't know where that's coming from. It was a pretty standard statement for any politician to make following such an incident. These types of buildings were built back in the seventies when health and safety "regulations" weren't exactly stringent. Portly designed from pretty shoddy materials. They're packed to the rafters with insukating materials, and the cladding in the outside doesn't help. There was a report not too long ago about this very building that said it was a potential hazard. Let's stick to facts where we can and avoid conjecture. And as for the comment above "hoping they all die," that's exactly the kind of attitude that fuels the fire. There's nothing to suggest any form of foul play. Frankly, it's disgusting that you would wish such a thing.
×

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.