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Daisy   
22 Sep 2008
News / Adult movie producers looking for 'actresses' in Poland or just a weirdo? [120]

Agree. A non event and frankly nobody cares, this $hit happens all the time all over the world.

He has said she was upset and understandably so....He has posted this as warning for other girls to be on their guard.

Surely she has the right to go to work and do her job, without sick twats like that harrassing her.

I suppose she would have been flattered had she been offered a modeling role at a grand a day.

That's just derogatory and insulting. Thank god you wasn't the second customer to walk in the shop.
Daisy   
21 Sep 2008
UK, Ireland / EU Elections June 2009, will Poles in UK vote? Will others vote? [29]

Unless there are very good reasons, people who don't vote should be fined.

I don't agree with that, but I do think it's a shame that so many young people are less inclined to vote.....

I've noticed when working at the polling station, it's the older generation that are more inclined to come out and vote, there's an old people's home near the polling staion I always work in and it really says something when an elderly frail person will make the effort to get to the polling station in their wheelchair with a carer to help them and young healthy people cannot.......I suppose the older generation have lived through harder times and a world war, which makes them less inclined to take life for granted.
Daisy   
20 Sep 2008
UK, Ireland / EU Elections June 2009, will Poles in UK vote? Will others vote? [29]

While she decided to emigrate to the UK and did not even bother to learn about British politics

As she is not here to speak for herself, we can only speculate her reasons for moving to the UK, but I would guess, she did it to find work, not study politics. I'm sure her main priorities was finding a job and somewhere to live.

According to you're logic, only people with an intense interest in politics, has the right to choose who governs the country and introduce policies that effect all residents of that country. The fact that she asked a question, shows she wanted information, but was unaware where she could get that information from. She made the effort, all she needed was better support and access to information.

I'm sure the people running the country now have a certain level of interest in politics, although I would even question that with some that are in power,but that doesn't always make them fit to run the country.
Daisy   
20 Sep 2008
UK, Ireland / EU Elections June 2009, will Poles in UK vote? Will others vote? [29]

How could she make responsible decision if she was not aware who is in the ballot and what options are represented?

So better to give her access to better information, remember she is in a foreign country and probably unaware of where she can access this information.
Daisy   
20 Sep 2008
UK, Ireland / EU Elections June 2009, will Poles in UK vote? Will others vote? [29]

If one doesn't follow politics, then should stay at home instead voting for something unknown. Such people do only harm to their countries.

Everyone has the right to vote, wouldn't it be better to offer better resources to people, to help them make good use of their vote and be a well informed voter, than to take away that right?

I suspect that you may confuse them with BNP

You are right, I did mean BNP. We had a BNP voter come in, he held his ballot paper under my nose saying "do I put my cross her, I'm voting BNP, is this where I put my cross for BNP?" He knew where to put his cross, he just wanted everyone to know he was voting BNP. Despite that, I would never take his right to vote away from him

Of course, I'm going to vote. I hope my landlord has registered me on the Electors Register.

Contact your local electoral registration officer and check that you are. You can find their contact details on your local councils website
Daisy   
20 Sep 2008
UK, Ireland / EU Elections June 2009, will Poles in UK vote? Will others vote? [29]

We’ve had lots of talk about the US presidential election, but next year in Europe, EU members will be voting in the EU elections.

All EU members will get to vote for the constituency they live in, which will not necessarily be their country of origin. For instance, Bartolome living in Glasgow gets to vote for the same MEP as Noimmigration :)

Do Poles in UK intend voting? If not, why not? If yes, what will effect your decision? Will you be less inclined to vote because you’re not living in your home country and, therefore not able to vote for your home area?

I work as a Poll Clerk in the elections, the last time we had a Euro Election, I noticed a few Polish names on my list registered to vote, but only one Polish girl did come in to vote......... she asked the question “who is the party that hates us, cos I’m not voting for them” .........Unfortunately, we are not permitted to give advice or appear to influence voters in anyway, so I was unable to tell her it was UKIP, all I could do, was suggest she go to the library and read all the election leaflets and come back and vote later.

What about Brits in Poland, there are plenty on this forum, will you be voting next year? Did you vote at the last EU election?
Daisy   
17 Sep 2008
UK, Ireland / Poles leaving Dublin? [14]

Wouldn't they want to employ ones that didn't frighten the clientelle though?
Daisy   
17 Sep 2008
UK, Ireland / Poles leaving Dublin? [14]

When was you ever allowed into a stylish nightclub?
Daisy   
16 Sep 2008
Life / When in Poland, should I be British or Scottish? [104]

Try reading history instead of watching Hollywood's Braveheart for a change.

My ex who was Scots watched the first half hour of Braveheart and refused to watch anymore, because it was historically inaccurate fiction.
He knew his Scottish history and was appalled by Braveheart, they even managed to bring two people together, when one was born 60 years after the other had died.
Daisy   
12 Sep 2008
News / Poland boycotts German goods? [266]

Sobottka

I'll say one thing for him, he's managed to turn what could have been a dull thread into something that's funny as fcuk
Daisy   
12 Sep 2008
News / Poland boycotts German goods? [266]

Do you have any close relatives in Serbia?

Is he slavic enough for Crow? perhaps Crow would rather not admit to having Germanised relatives
Daisy   
12 Sep 2008
Work / Still having a hard time in Poland, no job and low pay.. [15]

Recession and rising inflation will affect every persons cost of living, make the most of the high street as it is now, it won't last !

UK's third largest holiday firm has just gone bust: news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/7611639.stm

It's not just the customers left stranded, but the thousands of staff that will lose their jobs as well :(
Daisy   
12 Sep 2008
News / Poland boycotts German goods? [266]

Those flip top ones can give you a nasty nip though.

the Siemens ones are the nastiest
Daisy   
12 Sep 2008
UK, Ireland / Integrating Polish people into the British society [150]

it has been open to abuse by those who know how to "work" the systemn for quite some time, unfortunately those who really need it, often go without.

And that's the problem! genuine people get bogged down in a mire of conflicting rules and bureaucracy. Professional scroungers know they system better than the staff that process their claims.
Daisy   
12 Sep 2008
News / Poland boycotts German goods? [266]

Sobbi? Look out for a guy named Crow...:):):)

When I read his other thread, I thought it was Crow
Daisy   
11 Sep 2008
UK, Ireland / Integrating Polish people into the British society [150]

I quite like the starving option :)

me too.....problem is, I've just been to the park in my lunch break and the usual scagged up scumbags were there, no employer in a month of Sundays would emply them.
Daisy   
6 Sep 2008
News / Poland boycotts German goods? [266]

it is simple

The soil is simple?
Grzegorz was correct, when saying 'it simply is' he was saying it simply is Polish soil

What needs to be drawn out? water is drawn out of a well, pus is drawn out of a boil.

You paint a picture, you don't paint it out.