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Out Of Towners Annoying Locals In Cornwall

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Some village in cornwall - 70% of houses are owned by out of towners.

They're organising an objection to a new jetty to help the fisherman.

Are matches and petrol sales up yet?

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I'm not suprised. :(

These *****ers come down here. Flashing their wad. Local people are treated like servants to these scum.

OUT! OUT! OUT!

You shouldn't have sold them all your houses then should you?

Greedy inbred *****s

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Don't knock them. People from Cornwall are coming into their own....

Yeah their own sisters?

People die/move. They come down and out bid the locals. what can we do, become trailer trash?

It would be ok if they lived here, spent some bloody money, but they don't they stock up on food on the way down, sit on their fat arses on the beach. Then ****** off!

:P

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YEAH AND HOW MANY CORNHOLERS CAN ACTUALLY SPEAK CORNETTO / 0 ZIP, ZILCH . THEY LET THEIR LANGUAGE DIE

Electronic engineers created this funky little thing for your keyboard.

It's called a Caps Lock. Use it please and stop shouting.

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i have to use caps because its hard for me to see it otherwise,i wasnt shouting. im trading sovereign credit default swaps and i have 4 screens with which im trying to read simultaneously , it helps me to type in caps, for my liv trading conversations. forgive me

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Why, in an era of supposed pent up demand and short supply of housing, was/is there not heavy, oppressive taxes on second home ownership!?

Ah, this just isn't any old socialism, this is champagne socialism.

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i have to use caps because its hard for me to see it otherwise,i wasnt shouting. im trading sovereign credit default swaps and i have 4 screens with which im trying to read simultaneously , it helps me to type in caps, for my liv trading conversations. forgive me

only 4 screens? I had 12 plus 3 boxes. Is it a cost cutting measure?

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i have to use caps because its hard for me to see it otherwise,i wasnt shouting. im trading sovereign credit default swaps and i have 4 screens with which im trying to read simultaneously , it helps me to type in caps, for my liv trading conversations. forgive me

Like you also had to use capitals when writing out your location as LONDON CITY?

So that you could see? ... Or maybe so that everyone else could see? <_<

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Like you also had to use capitals when writing out your location as LONDON CITY?

So that you could see? ... Or maybe so that everyone else could see? <_<

"THIS ISN'T APPLE WHITE; IT'S PARISIAN MOONLIGHT WHITE!"

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Well that's that then. :blink:

The solution to the housing problem in Cornwall, is not to use CAPSLOCK. Ideal, I thought it might be some large tax on second homes...... or something?

Will get back into my trailer and shag my mother. Cheers!

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Back on topic - this is a serious issue affecting many areas of the UK - theres some villages in North Yorkshire where the place is like a ghost town during the week with pubs , village shops etc unable to carry on due to the second-home boom of the last few years -the locals by and large are employed in agriculture and scarcely earn more than minimum wage -I guess these Cornish villages are the same -whats to be done ?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7841783.stm

Edited by Wires 74

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Of course the jetty should be allowed to be built, as long as it's in keeping.

I'm not against weekenders, though. I mean, some of them migh spend the week in a poky little flat in London and come down to a little chocolate box cottage for their weekends. They might not be particularly rich - the sum total of the value of their 2 properties might be substantially less than that of a large executive house in Surrey.

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i have to use caps because its hard for me to see it otherwise,i wasnt shouting. im trading sovereign credit default swaps and i have 4 screens with which im trying to read simultaneously , it helps me to type in caps, for my liv trading conversations. forgive me

Which names are you trading?

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Well that's that then. :blink:

The solution to the housing problem in Cornwall, is not to use CAPSLOCK. Ideal, I thought it might be some large tax on second homes...... or something?

Will get back into my trailer and shag my mother. Cheers!

Is she hot?

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Well that's that then. :blink:

The solution to the housing problem in Cornwall, is not to use CAPSLOCK. Ideal, I thought it might be some large tax on second homes...... or something?

Will get back into my trailer and shag my mother. Cheers!

You have my sympathy. I used to work in Somerset and saw it a lot there as well. Whole villages were empty during the week as they'd been taken over by townies who used them as holiday homes / weekend retreats, destroying the nature of country village life.

In the end, they just became targets for criminals who used the weekdays to help themselves to whatever they could get their hands on, as no-one was around !

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You have my sympathy. I used to work in Somerset and saw it a lot there as well. Whole villages were empty during the week as they'd been taken over by townies who used them as holiday homes / weekend retreats, destroying the nature of country village life.

In the end, they just became targets for criminals who used the weekdays to help themselves to whatever they could get their hands on, as no-one was around !

Blame the government if you want to level blame.

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They really did pull out the stops to find a panto villain, though.

In London (Boo!)

Mayfair (Boo!)

The head of a Private Equity Firm (BOO!)

Who only goes there for three months of the year (BOOO!)

Says he doesn't want his view ruined by people doing their jobs (BOOO!!)

I'm sure there are people with legitimate concerns; such as needing access to their property, or concerns about infrastructure, and at the end of the day these people ARE paying Council Tax and not using Council Resources, so technically they have a right to have their voice heard.

Of course, the council are under no obligation to take their viewpoint over those of the working community.

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They really did pull out the stops to find a panto villain, though.

In London (Boo!)

Mayfair (Boo!)

The head of a Private Equity Firm (BOO!)

Who only goes there for three months of the year (BOOO!)

Says he doesn't want his view ruined by people doing their jobs (BOOO!!)

I'm sure there are people with legitimate concerns; such as needing access to their property, or concerns about infrastructure, and at the end of the day these people ARE paying Council Tax and not using Council Resources, so technically they have a right to have their voice heard.

Of course, the council are under no obligation to take their viewpoint over those of the working community.

Not entirely sure but I think second home owners pay a reduced Council Tax. If that is the case then the out of towners have less right to be heard than those permanant residents paying the full whack. The permanant residents also use the local schools, shops etc which keep alive the local community, surely this gives them more of a right over what happens where they live than those people who appear for a handful of weekends in the summer months.

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