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Living on a council estate and paranoia

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Twokiwisandabanana

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Last night at 12 clock I put my dog out in the garden and there's just a group of people shouting in their gardens it just makes me feel really paranoid
I find living on a council estate really hard
It didn't help that I was walking my dog one day and my dog went up to another dog and this woman shouted SORT YOUR FUCKING DOG OUT
At me and kept shouting at me for about 15 minutes
Then she said she's going to send her mum around to beat me up
Then 7 people turn up in a car and all stand around me shouting
I said to the woman do you want to talk about what happened or do you just want to have a go at me?
She walked away and then said something about nbeating me up
I said come on then!!!!
( she was tiny and I am 5,11) and she said no not with that dog around LOL
Anyway all this havent helped cause they said we know where you live.
I talked to a woman at my grouo and she said that sounds like the...... Family and a
Prent ly they are well known for being dicks.
So just a vent
 
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Twokiwisandabanana

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Yeah you can't expect people to be nice
But next time any conflict happens im just going to leave
Walking away seems the best idea I think
 
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wheezey

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What a horrible experience you have had. I do not understand why some people are so rude. I hope this family leaves you alone from now on. It is not fair you cannot enjoy your own home. :hug:
 
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natalie

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HI,

What a rotten experience for you, and presumablyyour dog too.


Couldn't you when you have managed to calm down this is, contact the council, and let them know, they can then possibly get them evicted, or better still, contact the Police, mind you, the Police would have to have had actual acute evidence of the moment, all heated up, that this was happening, you could still report to the Police, explain, and suggest to the Police, if there is any more acute bothersome from, you'll phone them, this is, if you have a cell, or mobile phone to use.


Sounds very much like, this lot, do need to be evicted, and quick, this isn't helping out the statuses for your mental health welfare, at the moment.


i do hope things will get to be resolved, and do let us know, of any further developments, or improvements, down the line.


Take absolute care,


Natalie.
 
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ramboghettouk

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HI,

What a rotten experience for you, and presumablyyour dog too.


Couldn't you when you have managed to calm down this is, contact the council, and let them know, they can then possibly get them evicted, or better still, contact the Police, mind you, the Police would have to have had actual acute evidence of the moment, all heated up, that this was happening, you could still report to the Police, explain, and suggest to the Police, if there is any more acute bothersome from, you'll phone them, this is, if you have a cell, or mobile phone to use.


Sounds very much like, this lot, do need to be evicted, and quick, this isn't helping out the statuses for your mental health welfare, at the moment.


i do hope things will get to be resolved, and do let us know, of any further developments, or improvements, down the line.


Take absolute care,


Natalie.
the police aren't likely to do anything, unless your middle class and have a friend who plays golf with the cheif constable
 
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Per Ardua Ad Astra

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Chavs need 'sorting out' if you know what I mean.
What would Owen Wilson have to say about that? lol

Chavs: The Demonization of the Working Class by Owen Jones – review | Books | The Guardian

There are many game-players and piss-takers out there, in all walks of life, and in all environments - not least, the so-called public services etc etc :)

'Chavs' are just as much maligned as the rest of us, more so maybe. There are plenty of herberts and numpties around, who have had a hard trot, and are as much sinned against as sinning if you like - but then so are those who fall foul of them :)

It's a vicious circle, you might say.
 
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ramboghettouk

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What would Owen Wilson have to say about that? lol

Chavs: The Demonization of the Working Class by Owen Jones – review | Books | The Guardian

There are many game-players and piss-takers out there, in all walks of life, and in all environments - not least, the so-called public services etc etc :)

'Chavs' are just as much maligned as the rest of us, more so maybe. There are plenty of herberts and numpties around, who have had a hard trot, and are as much sinned against as sinning if you like - but then so are those who fall foul of them :)

It's a vicious circle, you might say.
read the book like owen jones, saw him at some meeting make a speech, typical guardian making excuses for them in my grumpie opinion, you want solutions, yes they're victims but it's not fun been the victim of victims
 
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ramboghettouk

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i'm not living on a council estate not many left, they've all been privatised and sold to arms length housing asssoc

paranoia, i got someone banging on the door waking me up last night, mentioned it to the housing officer she said as they do call the police do they really expect the police to do anything, call the police then wait up all night for them to arrive which they won't

i did look up a cctv camera but my neighbour objected to me putting it on her wall, housing assoc sais theres strict rules about commmunal areas and privacy, neighbour said i could put it above shared door maybe i should ask again

the housing officer i said do you really expect the police to do anything she ended the call

amd moving last place cleaned up pools of blood 5 times place before was harrassed bu problem kids at least the torys have ended those large families on benefits, and from what i gather they're requiring druggies leaving prison to take drug tests to check their clean or be returned to prison, things would be worse without that
 
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i'm not living on a council estate not many left, they've all been privatised and sold to arms length housing asssoc

paranoia, i got someone banging on the door waking me up last night, mentioned it to the housing officer she said as they do call the police do they really expect the police to do anything, call the police then wait up all night for them to arrive which they won't

i did look up a cctv camera but my neighbour objected to me putting it on her wall, housing assoc sais theres strict rules about commmunal areas and privacy, neighbour said i could put it above shared door maybe i should ask again

the housing officer i said do you really expect the police to do anything she ended the call

amd moving last place cleaned up pools of blood 5 times place before was harrassed bu problem kids at least the torys have ended those large families on benefits, and from what i gather they're requiring druggies leaving prison to take drug tests to check their clean or be returned to prison, things would be worse without that
No-one is responsible or accountable, all pass the buck and blame someone else
 
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