Front number plate deleters - are you one?

Front number plate deleters - are you one?

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Jaguar steve

5,650 posts

155 months

Wednesday 11th September
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yonex said:
Jaguar steve said:
Personally I always keenly anticipate and enjoy Yonex's rabidly venomous responses to discussions concerning any of the many manifestations of number plate fkuckwittery as they invariably reaffirm and reinforce my own empirical views regarding the demonstration of self serving entitlement and fkuck the law mindset of the mouth breathers who choose to do so. biggrin.
Flattered.

It’s actually a sage reminder when you post things about remaining, within the law at all times, that keeps me going. To know that you’re the flag bearer for an entire sub forum of hypocrites.

I’m not sure what’s more amusing. The fact you’re a hypocrite, or the fact you don’t have the mental capacity to understand what doesn’t actually affect, or concern your obviously, very not busy life smile

I imagine you furiously documenting transgressions and heading off to the police station, only to be told to ‘feck off’. Again.

Still. Keeps you off the roads.
You're doing it again aren't you... rolleyes

yonex

15,077 posts

113 months

Wednesday 11th September
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Jaguar steve said:
You're doing it again aren't you... rolleyes
Pointing out the fundamental flaw in your preconceived nonsense, yes. Guilty.

nonsequitur

9,905 posts

61 months

Wednesday 11th September
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yonex said:
Pointing out the fundamental flaw in your preconceived nonsense, yes. Guilty.
judge

Twincharged

1,834 posts

150 months

Wednesday 11th September
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nonsequitur said:
DoubleD said:
What has listing a garage got to do with anything?
It means that I'm not 'into' cars. Sadly a standard PH put-down.
I think it's mainly used when someone was about to use the 'Yeah, but you drive a...' in an attempt to invalidate your argument, and has been thwarted because they can't find out what you drive. Then, instead of coming up with a counterpoint to what you have said, they simply post the inane observation of 'you haven't got anything listed in your garage'.

InitialDave

5,429 posts

64 months

Wednesday 11th September
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Twincharged said:
I think it's mainly used when someone was about to use the 'Yeah, but you drive a...' in an attempt to invalidate your argument, and has been thwarted because they can't find out what you drive. Then, instead of coming up with a counterpoint to what you have said, they simply post the inane observation of 'you haven't got anything listed in your garage'.
I'd say you're pretty much right on target there.

av185

9,159 posts

72 months

Wednesday 11th September
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PorkInsider said:
DJT said:
fking hell rofl

DoubleD

8,935 posts

53 months

Wednesday 11th September
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av185 said:
PorkInsider said:
DJT said:
fking hell rofl
Yep I agree, both look ste with the plate on the dash.

JIMMYJ4ZZ

176 posts

18 months

Wednesday 11th September
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I dont populate my garage on here for safety reasons, it's reasonably simple to figure out what I drive but I don't need it advertised to interested eyes - the internet is a small place.

I will say it's a 500hp V8, fully legal and roadworthy; that includes front and rear number plates.

Not a 2.0l diesel rep mobile that "wasn't designed to have front plates and looks cleaner without"

Kubevoid

135 posts

1 month

Wednesday 11th September
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Now that you post a photo of the Audi, it does ring a bell. I have seen a few modern hatches and saloons like this. I had always assumed the driver was a salesman out on a test drive in a typical modern box. Certainly didn't look like a style thing, or a statement. Just a test drive.

If a plate was missing from a sports car, or supercar I'd say fair enough. Many with a tiny front look great this way. On the right car of course.

Many things are against the law yet nothing is done about it. War crimes, tax payer funder mass genocide, JPMorgan rigging the bullion markets, far too much to list. No one goes to jail. One rule for the mass slaves and another for the elite. But sure, feel free to get angry over a small plastic rectangle. Definitely worthwhile.

yonex

15,077 posts

113 months

Wednesday 11th September
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Twincharged said:
I think it's mainly used when someone was about to use the 'Yeah, but you drive a...' in an attempt to invalidate your argument, and has been thwarted because they can't find out what you drive. Then, instead of coming up with a counterpoint to what you have said, they simply post the inane observation of 'you haven't got anything listed in your garage'.
But, it’s mainly those sanctimonious types that don’t list one. Go figure?

JIMMYJ4ZZ

176 posts

18 months

Wednesday 11th September
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yonex said:
But, it’s mainly those sanctimonious types that don’t list one. Go figure?
There's probably an inverse relationship between people who don't populate 'my garage' and those who actively chose to disregard the law around displaying number plates.

This latter population probably directly correlates with people who tend to drive st boxes with front tints and exhausts that accentuate the noise their complement of four cylinders makes whilst struggling under the weight of superfluous s-line badges.

yonex

15,077 posts

113 months

Wednesday 11th September
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JIMMYJ4ZZ said:
There's probably an inverse relationship between people who don't populate 'my garage' and those who actively chose to disregard the law around displaying number plates.

This latter population probably directly correlates with people who tend to drive st boxes with front tints and exhausts that accentuate the noise their complement of four cylinders makes whilst struggling under the weight of superfluous s-line badges.
So would you immediately say anyone who chooses not to fit a front plate drives a stbox?

DoubleD

8,935 posts

53 months

Wednesday 11th September
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InitialDave said:
Twincharged said:
I think it's mainly used when someone was about to use the 'Yeah, but you drive a...' in an attempt to invalidate your argument, and has been thwarted because they can't find out what you drive. Then, instead of coming up with a counterpoint to what you have said, they simply post the inane observation of 'you haven't got anything listed in your garage'.
I'd say you're pretty much right on target there.
Yep spot on

JIMMYJ4ZZ

176 posts

18 months

Wednesday 11th September
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yonex said:
JIMMYJ4ZZ said:
There's probably an inverse relationship between people who don't populate 'my garage' and those who actively chose to disregard the law around displaying number plates.

This latter population probably directly correlates with people who tend to drive st boxes with front tints and exhausts that accentuate the noise their complement of four cylinders makes whilst struggling under the weight of superfluous s-line badges.
So would you immediately say anyone who chooses not to fit a front plate drives a stbox?
No, a correlation. I would imagine the data would show that the majority of people who make the conscious decision to ignore the law drive a st box.

In before another picture of a supercar, probably bought as the result of a wedding car VAT and money laundering fraud ring, lacking a front number plate.

yonex

15,077 posts

113 months

Wednesday 11th September
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JIMMYJ4ZZ said:
No, a correlation. I would imagine the data would show that the majority of people who make the conscious decision to ignore the law drive a st box.

In before another picture of a supercar, probably bought as the result of a wedding car VAT and money laundering fraud ring, lacking a front number plate.
But, you and me both ignore the law.

I’m conscious of a sudden moment, and subsequent high fives and virtual hugs as we all realise, this, all of this, is just like discovering fluff in a belly button?

av185

9,159 posts

72 months

Wednesday 11th September
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JIMMYJ4ZZ said:
In before another picture of a supercar, probably bought as the result of a wedding car VAT and money laundering fraud ring, lacking a front number plate.
Sounds like this poor Ferrari which was totalled during a recent wedding parade when the groom ran out of driving talent. One of 'Lord' Aleems bent prize fleet unsurprisingly. It is now available for sale to some mug at a certain esteemed Yorkshire second hand car lot.

It had no front plate immediately after striking the house.

JIMMYJ4ZZ

176 posts

18 months

Wednesday 11th September
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yonex said:
But, you and me both ignore the law.

I’m conscious of a sudden moment, and subsequent high fives and virtual hugs as we all realise, this, all of this, is just like discovering fluff in a belly button?
Unlikely, my parents ticked the navel delete option.

f1nn

2,426 posts

137 months

Wednesday 11th September
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Amatuers.....

I’m going to delete the rear plate, as that’ll look better for sure.

yonex

15,077 posts

113 months

Wednesday 11th September
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JIMMYJ4ZZ said:
Unlikely, my parents ticked the navel delete option.
Ah, deviants biggrin

Kubevoid

135 posts

1 month

Wednesday 11th September
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From a practical point of view it is the rear plate which is far more vital. If a police car is following a car they will be looking at the rear. If you go through a speed camera the photo will be of the rear.

So to suggest a criminal would remove the front plate only is rather odd. Hardly a master criminal, if that was even part of the plan.

I'd say there are a lot of assumptions being made by some. In addition lots of labelling and name calling. All this achieves is displaying to the world your inner anger issues.

Anyway that's my input on an odd thread. Was an eye opener. Lots of unhappy people around is my take away.