Owner of Silk Road claims lack of police officers is to blame for trouble

Gazette: Lack of officers to blame for club trouble Lack of officers to blame for club trouble

THE owner of Colchester’s Silk Road says a shortage of police officers is to blame for trouble in St Botolph’s Street and Queen Street – not his business.

Essex Police has asked Colchester Council to review Silk Road’s licence.

They say trouble inside and outside the nightclub in St Botolph’s Street can be attributed to its customers.

Osman Rasih, owner, says he has received hundreds of e-mails, Facebook messages and letters since the Gazette revealed its licence will be reviewed.

Mr Rasih said: “The police can’t just use the bars as scapegoats.

“I’m not blaming the police officers, but the police force has had cut backs.

“There aren’t enough officers to support this area.

“How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.”

Silk Road customers have contacted Mr Rasih, and the Gazette, to support the nightspot.

Read the full story in today's Gazette.

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3:45pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Scoot says...

“How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.”
So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front.
Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it:
I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.
“How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.” So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front. Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it: I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible. Scoot
  • Score: 36

3:48pm Mon 24 Feb 14

SOMETHING2SAY says...

Erm...the police are to blame ?? So what do you actually pay your heavy-handed doormen for ?? And , correct me if im wrong , wasnt your pub/club the topic of a tv documentary ?? And the drive - by shoot some time back ?? As an older drinker from Colchester....you dont give a **** about people...just ££££££££££
£££££'s . If people didnt come to your pub/club you would be worried about the takings in the till !! How to pay the staff / rent/ stock. Stop trying to defend yourself....you run a two bit drinkers haven. If you have a late hours policy , then you get the overspill from over venues ! Shut at 11 and your problems are over. Lock up / shut up/ stop winging !!!!! " Silk Road" ??? More like " Drunks Den " , "Late Licquer" , " What time does the fight start ?" P.S I f you dont like it...close...move on !!!
Erm...the police are to blame ?? So what do you actually pay your heavy-handed doormen for ?? And , correct me if im wrong , wasnt your pub/club the topic of a tv documentary ?? And the drive - by shoot some time back ?? As an older drinker from Colchester....you dont give a **** about people...just ££££££££££ £££££'s . If people didnt come to your pub/club you would be worried about the takings in the till !! How to pay the staff / rent/ stock. Stop trying to defend yourself....you run a two bit drinkers haven. If you have a late hours policy , then you get the overspill from over venues ! Shut at 11 and your problems are over. Lock up / shut up/ stop winging !!!!! " Silk Road" ??? More like " Drunks Den " , "Late Licquer" , " What time does the fight start ?" P.S I f you dont like it...close...move on !!! SOMETHING2SAY
  • Score: 16

3:50pm Mon 24 Feb 14

SOMETHING2SAY says...

Scoot wrote:
“How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.”
So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front.
Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it:
I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.
Bloody well said Scoot !
[quote][p][bold]Scoot[/bold] wrote: “How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.” So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front. Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it: I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.[/p][/quote]Bloody well said Scoot ! SOMETHING2SAY
  • Score: 15

3:57pm Mon 24 Feb 14

SOMETHING2SAY says...

Maybe " Silk Road" would welcome a visit from ( the doing nowt police) to check for underage drinkers / drug dealers/drunk and disordlerly/asbo's ?????
Maybe " Silk Road" would welcome a visit from ( the doing nowt police) to check for underage drinkers / drug dealers/drunk and disordlerly/asbo's ????? SOMETHING2SAY
  • Score: 28

5:00pm Mon 24 Feb 14

seikothrill says...

Surely it is the individual drinker at fault because they drink so much and don't stop until they drop.

No bar/ club venue forces individuals to drink too much

I understand the argument that bars shouldn't continue to serve individuals who've clearly had enough but we live in a world of profit

I don't blame the bar/ club owners or police it is the individual that needs to take responsibility for their own actions.
Surely it is the individual drinker at fault because they drink so much and don't stop until they drop. No bar/ club venue forces individuals to drink too much I understand the argument that bars shouldn't continue to serve individuals who've clearly had enough but we live in a world of profit I don't blame the bar/ club owners or police it is the individual that needs to take responsibility for their own actions. seikothrill
  • Score: -1

5:19pm Mon 24 Feb 14

cjsdec says...

SOMETHING2SAY wrote:
Erm...the police are to blame ?? So what do you actually pay your heavy-handed doormen for ?? And , correct me if im wrong , wasnt your pub/club the topic of a tv documentary ?? And the drive - by shoot some time back ?? As an older drinker from Colchester....you dont give a **** about people...just ££££££££££

£££££'s . If people didnt come to your pub/club you would be worried about the takings in the till !! How to pay the staff / rent/ stock. Stop trying to defend yourself....you run a two bit drinkers haven. If you have a late hours policy , then you get the overspill from over venues ! Shut at 11 and your problems are over. Lock up / shut up/ stop winging !!!!! " Silk Road" ??? More like " Drunks Den " , "Late Licquer" , " What time does the fight start ?" P.S I f you dont like it...close...move on !!!
Yes you are wrong, the shooting was TP's a bar that sells cheap drinks to Minors, Silk Road is a fantastic club where people feel safe, it's Queen Street that's the problem and always has been, Essex Police should be present in the early hours looking after decent folk leaving Silk Road and entering a war zone that is Queen Street
[quote][p][bold]SOMETHING2SAY[/bold] wrote: Erm...the police are to blame ?? So what do you actually pay your heavy-handed doormen for ?? And , correct me if im wrong , wasnt your pub/club the topic of a tv documentary ?? And the drive - by shoot some time back ?? As an older drinker from Colchester....you dont give a **** about people...just ££££££££££ £££££'s . If people didnt come to your pub/club you would be worried about the takings in the till !! How to pay the staff / rent/ stock. Stop trying to defend yourself....you run a two bit drinkers haven. If you have a late hours policy , then you get the overspill from over venues ! Shut at 11 and your problems are over. Lock up / shut up/ stop winging !!!!! " Silk Road" ??? More like " Drunks Den " , "Late Licquer" , " What time does the fight start ?" P.S I f you dont like it...close...move on !!![/p][/quote]Yes you are wrong, the shooting was TP's a bar that sells cheap drinks to Minors, Silk Road is a fantastic club where people feel safe, it's Queen Street that's the problem and always has been, Essex Police should be present in the early hours looking after decent folk leaving Silk Road and entering a war zone that is Queen Street cjsdec
  • Score: -21

5:22pm Mon 24 Feb 14

cjsdec says...

Scoot wrote:
“How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.”
So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front.
Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it:
I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.
There is no truth in anything you have written, the club is the safest club in Essex where youngsters and old can feel safe and welcome
[quote][p][bold]Scoot[/bold] wrote: “How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.” So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front. Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it: I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.[/p][/quote]There is no truth in anything you have written, the club is the safest club in Essex where youngsters and old can feel safe and welcome cjsdec
  • Score: -28

5:25pm Mon 24 Feb 14

romantic says...

To reverse what he is saying, "The bars can't just use the police as scapegoats". Not every bit of trouble in Queen Street is down to Silk Road, but at the same time, they cannot simply absolve themselves of responsibility and rake in the cash. The problem in Queen St is that people come down there after leaving other places in town that kick out at 2.00. They try to get into Silk Road and sometimes get turned away - but then those people are still milling around the kebab places. I walk through there sometimes late at night, and although it's not as bad as implied by the TV show, there is definitely a tense feeling there, with drunken lads who have failed to pull bumping into other groups. You often sense it won't take much to spark a fight.

One way to stop this a bit would be to say No Entry after 1.00, say. So you can't roll up at 2.20 and get in. After a few weeks, it would sink in that you either get in early or don't bother. Or make the place shut at 2.00, same as the other places in town.
To reverse what he is saying, "The bars can't just use the police as scapegoats". Not every bit of trouble in Queen Street is down to Silk Road, but at the same time, they cannot simply absolve themselves of responsibility and rake in the cash. The problem in Queen St is that people come down there after leaving other places in town that kick out at 2.00. They try to get into Silk Road and sometimes get turned away - but then those people are still milling around the kebab places. I walk through there sometimes late at night, and although it's not as bad as implied by the TV show, there is definitely a tense feeling there, with drunken lads who have failed to pull bumping into other groups. You often sense it won't take much to spark a fight. One way to stop this a bit would be to say No Entry after 1.00, say. So you can't roll up at 2.20 and get in. After a few weeks, it would sink in that you either get in early or don't bother. Or make the place shut at 2.00, same as the other places in town. romantic
  • Score: 11

5:47pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Route88 says...

seikothrill wrote:
Surely it is the individual drinker at fault because they drink so much and don't stop until they drop.

No bar/ club venue forces individuals to drink too much

I understand the argument that bars shouldn't continue to serve individuals who've clearly had enough but we live in a world of profit

I don't blame the bar/ club owners or police it is the individual that needs to take responsibility for their own actions.
Surely you are not expecting people to be responsible for their own actions - this went out of the window a long time ago (but well said anyway).
[quote][p][bold]seikothrill[/bold] wrote: Surely it is the individual drinker at fault because they drink so much and don't stop until they drop. No bar/ club venue forces individuals to drink too much I understand the argument that bars shouldn't continue to serve individuals who've clearly had enough but we live in a world of profit I don't blame the bar/ club owners or police it is the individual that needs to take responsibility for their own actions.[/p][/quote]Surely you are not expecting people to be responsible for their own actions - this went out of the window a long time ago (but well said anyway). Route88
  • Score: 12

6:29pm Mon 24 Feb 14

SOMETHING2SAY says...

seikothrill wrote:
Surely it is the individual drinker at fault because they drink so much and don't stop until they drop.

No bar/ club venue forces individuals to drink too much

I understand the argument that bars shouldn't continue to serve individuals who've clearly had enough but we live in a world of profit

I don't blame the bar/ club owners or police it is the individual that needs to take responsibility for their own actions.
Erm.....Guess youve NEVER heard of 2 4 1 shots....happy hour...pitchers etc ????
[quote][p][bold]seikothrill[/bold] wrote: Surely it is the individual drinker at fault because they drink so much and don't stop until they drop. No bar/ club venue forces individuals to drink too much I understand the argument that bars shouldn't continue to serve individuals who've clearly had enough but we live in a world of profit I don't blame the bar/ club owners or police it is the individual that needs to take responsibility for their own actions.[/p][/quote]Erm.....Guess youve NEVER heard of 2 4 1 shots....happy hour...pitchers etc ???? SOMETHING2SAY
  • Score: 1

8:32pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Meganmydog says...

Scoot wrote:
“How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.”
So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front.
Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it:
I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.
Well said Scoot, I agree with everything you said. I am a pensioner and my wife and I live just off of Military Rd, at the town end. We hate weekends as it is a nightmare around here. There is always trouble and most if not all of the trouble makers come out of Kebab Alley, as it is know locally. It's ok for Mr Rasih, he doesn't have to put up with the aftermath. He will be sitting at his luxury home or probably dinning out in some posh restaurant or driving around in his expensive Merc! Get real Mr Rasih, you contribute greatly to peoples misery, you need to take responsibility, it is your fault along with mindless young idiots that haven't got a clue about going out and having a good time!
Don't worry too much about your license Mr Rasih, our gutless council will take care of that one for you.....don't we all know it!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Scoot[/bold] wrote: “How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.” So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front. Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it: I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.[/p][/quote]Well said Scoot, I agree with everything you said. I am a pensioner and my wife and I live just off of Military Rd, at the town end. We hate weekends as it is a nightmare around here. There is always trouble and most if not all of the trouble makers come out of Kebab Alley, as it is know locally. It's ok for Mr Rasih, he doesn't have to put up with the aftermath. He will be sitting at his luxury home or probably dinning out in some posh restaurant or driving around in his expensive Merc! Get real Mr Rasih, you contribute greatly to peoples misery, you need to take responsibility, it is your fault along with mindless young idiots that haven't got a clue about going out and having a good time! Don't worry too much about your license Mr Rasih, our gutless council will take care of that one for you.....don't we all know it!!!!! Meganmydog
  • Score: 10

8:42pm Mon 24 Feb 14

cjsdec says...

After both the recent articles in the Gazette I find it laughable of the police to blame Silk Road for the trouble that occurs in Queen Street.
I am 47 years old and have lived in Colchester all my life and I enjoy an evening out in Colchester.
I often frequent that side of town either in Roberts club or the Silk Road I even encourage my children and my younger family members to use these premises as I have always found them well run, marshalled properly and customers are made to feel feel safe and welcome, I also know that the owner Mr Rasih is totally anti drugs and operates a " zero tolerance" approach to drugs, another reason that me and my friends/ family use the establishment! I also believe that most of the trouble that has been reported in Queen Street stems from the lack of Police Presence in this area in the early hours ! Almost anybody left in town at 2/3 am seem to aim for Queen Street so trouble is inevitable! I have always found silk road to be a very pleasant atmosphere and the doorman are impeccable in their approach to any trouble! I find it laughable that you compare Colchester to Chelmsford as I have frequented Dukes in Duke Street a few times and there are fewer food outlets in this street and the geographics are totally different, Queen Street in Colchester is a natural way out of town so it is inevitable that more traffic/ people will use this route to get home!! I feel that a better Police presence and perhaps the other pubs /clubs in the area being monitored to stop them selling cheap drinks to minors would stop this from happening.
After both the recent articles in the Gazette I find it laughable of the police to blame Silk Road for the trouble that occurs in Queen Street. I am 47 years old and have lived in Colchester all my life and I enjoy an evening out in Colchester. I often frequent that side of town either in Roberts club or the Silk Road I even encourage my children and my younger family members to use these premises as I have always found them well run, marshalled properly and customers are made to feel feel safe and welcome, I also know that the owner Mr Rasih is totally anti drugs and operates a " zero tolerance" approach to drugs, another reason that me and my friends/ family use the establishment! I also believe that most of the trouble that has been reported in Queen Street stems from the lack of Police Presence in this area in the early hours ! Almost anybody left in town at 2/3 am seem to aim for Queen Street so trouble is inevitable! I have always found silk road to be a very pleasant atmosphere and the doorman are impeccable in their approach to any trouble! I find it laughable that you compare Colchester to Chelmsford as I have frequented Dukes in Duke Street a few times and there are fewer food outlets in this street and the geographics are totally different, Queen Street in Colchester is a natural way out of town so it is inevitable that more traffic/ people will use this route to get home!! I feel that a better Police presence and perhaps the other pubs /clubs in the area being monitored to stop them selling cheap drinks to minors would stop this from happening. cjsdec
  • Score: -14

8:45pm Mon 24 Feb 14

cjsdec says...

Meganmydog wrote:
Scoot wrote:
“How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.”
So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front.
Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it:
I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.
Well said Scoot, I agree with everything you said. I am a pensioner and my wife and I live just off of Military Rd, at the town end. We hate weekends as it is a nightmare around here. There is always trouble and most if not all of the trouble makers come out of Kebab Alley, as it is know locally. It's ok for Mr Rasih, he doesn't have to put up with the aftermath. He will be sitting at his luxury home or probably dinning out in some posh restaurant or driving around in his expensive Merc! Get real Mr Rasih, you contribute greatly to peoples misery, you need to take responsibility, it is your fault along with mindless young idiots that haven't got a clue about going out and having a good time!
Don't worry too much about your license Mr Rasih, our gutless council will take care of that one for you.....don't we all know it!!!!!
He Has A BMW and a very little house on an Estate
[quote][p][bold]Meganmydog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scoot[/bold] wrote: “How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.” So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front. Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it: I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.[/p][/quote]Well said Scoot, I agree with everything you said. I am a pensioner and my wife and I live just off of Military Rd, at the town end. We hate weekends as it is a nightmare around here. There is always trouble and most if not all of the trouble makers come out of Kebab Alley, as it is know locally. It's ok for Mr Rasih, he doesn't have to put up with the aftermath. He will be sitting at his luxury home or probably dinning out in some posh restaurant or driving around in his expensive Merc! Get real Mr Rasih, you contribute greatly to peoples misery, you need to take responsibility, it is your fault along with mindless young idiots that haven't got a clue about going out and having a good time! Don't worry too much about your license Mr Rasih, our gutless council will take care of that one for you.....don't we all know it!!!!![/p][/quote]He Has A BMW and a very little house on an Estate cjsdec
  • Score: -11

9:33pm Mon 24 Feb 14

seikothrill says...

SOMETHING2SAY wrote:
seikothrill wrote:
Surely it is the individual drinker at fault because they drink so much and don't stop until they drop.

No bar/ club venue forces individuals to drink too much

I understand the argument that bars shouldn't continue to serve individuals who've clearly had enough but we live in a world of profit

I don't blame the bar/ club owners or police it is the individual that needs to take responsibility for their own actions.
Erm.....Guess youve NEVER heard of 2 4 1 shots....happy hour...pitchers etc ????
So which part of the deals you mention forces the individual to drink the offers. A sensible solution would be for the individual to share the offer with others in their group.

So once again it is the individual who needs to be responsible for their actions.

I don't blame the owners as like I previously said it is all about profit
[quote][p][bold]SOMETHING2SAY[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]seikothrill[/bold] wrote: Surely it is the individual drinker at fault because they drink so much and don't stop until they drop. No bar/ club venue forces individuals to drink too much I understand the argument that bars shouldn't continue to serve individuals who've clearly had enough but we live in a world of profit I don't blame the bar/ club owners or police it is the individual that needs to take responsibility for their own actions.[/p][/quote]Erm.....Guess youve NEVER heard of 2 4 1 shots....happy hour...pitchers etc ????[/p][/quote]So which part of the deals you mention forces the individual to drink the offers. A sensible solution would be for the individual to share the offer with others in their group. So once again it is the individual who needs to be responsible for their actions. I don't blame the owners as like I previously said it is all about profit seikothrill
  • Score: 2

10:13pm Mon 24 Feb 14

colchester300yrs says...

Simple problem, simple solution.

Close all of these establishments down, and the town centre becomes a place where families can once again feel safe, and those who make a large income out of supplying teenagers with the makings of liver failure learn the error of their ways.

Maybe the NHS should raise a tax on such establishments to pay for the treatment that the drunks will eventually require.

I am the son of an alcoholic (who eventually died from it), and can say that alcohol is a very dangerous substance, if consumed in sufficient quantities.

Whilst I recognise that most of the problems this place (and others) cause happen very late at night, you still have to contend with the piles of sick / blood / broken glass / collapsed drunks when you're walking along St Botolphs Street to work at 6am on a Sunday (as I do).

I also recognise that most of the problems also only occur in the town centre, but once the drunken little sods get home, they cause more problems. My next door neighbour frequently visits this establishment and returns home at 4.30am, turns the music on and throws a vodka bottle at and / or throws up over my car. In fact I do not require an alarm clock for work, he can be relied on.

Shutting the lot down would release valuable and expensive police resources for sorting out the problems in other parts of the town, and make the town centre a much more pleasant place to be at any time, as well as improving it's reputation.

Colchester does not need this sort of thing, and is rapidly gaining a reputation for it.
Simple problem, simple solution. Close all of these establishments down, and the town centre becomes a place where families can once again feel safe, and those who make a large income out of supplying teenagers with the makings of liver failure learn the error of their ways. Maybe the NHS should raise a tax on such establishments to pay for the treatment that the drunks will eventually require. I am the son of an alcoholic (who eventually died from it), and can say that alcohol is a very dangerous substance, if consumed in sufficient quantities. Whilst I recognise that most of the problems this place (and others) cause happen very late at night, you still have to contend with the piles of sick / blood / broken glass / collapsed drunks when you're walking along St Botolphs Street to work at 6am on a Sunday (as I do). I also recognise that most of the problems also only occur in the town centre, but once the drunken little sods get home, they cause more problems. My next door neighbour frequently visits this establishment and returns home at 4.30am, turns the music on and throws a vodka bottle at and / or throws up over my car. In fact I do not require an alarm clock for work, he can be relied on. Shutting the lot down would release valuable and expensive police resources for sorting out the problems in other parts of the town, and make the town centre a much more pleasant place to be at any time, as well as improving it's reputation. Colchester does not need this sort of thing, and is rapidly gaining a reputation for it. colchester300yrs
  • Score: 3

10:42pm Mon 24 Feb 14

A Very Private Gentleman says...

there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now
Einsteins?
Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar?
it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""":
our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been
I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after.
You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv
it does not work that way never has never will
Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on.
The silk road has too look after their own
that means closing at 11.30pm
and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place.
as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts
there is no hope for them!
Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.
there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now Einsteins? Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""": our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after. You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv it does not work that way never has never will Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on. The silk road has too look after their own that means closing at 11.30pm and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place. as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts there is no hope for them! Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago. A Very Private Gentleman
  • Score: -2

11:04pm Mon 24 Feb 14

UndergroundOverground says...

A Very Private Gentleman wrote:
there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now
Einsteins?
Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar?
it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""":
our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been
I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after.
You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv
it does not work that way never has never will
Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on.
The silk road has too look after their own
that means closing at 11.30pm
and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place.
as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts
there is no hope for them!
Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.
A Very Private Gentleman says...

Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar?
it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed"""

Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about?


Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers.
[quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now Einsteins? Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""": our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after. You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv it does not work that way never has never will Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on. The silk road has too look after their own that means closing at 11.30pm and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place. as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts there is no hope for them! Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.[/p][/quote]A Very Private Gentleman says... Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""" Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about? Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers. UndergroundOverground
  • Score: 7

8:39am Tue 25 Feb 14

Ritchie_Hicks says...

Close the club at 11pm = no need for extra Police Officers.

A winner all round - money saved on Policing, and cash saved for our local A&E deparment. Simples.
Close the club at 11pm = no need for extra Police Officers. A winner all round - money saved on Policing, and cash saved for our local A&E deparment. Simples. Ritchie_Hicks
  • Score: 6

9:01am Tue 25 Feb 14

catflap1 says...

Just close it and the strip club as well
Just close it and the strip club as well catflap1
  • Score: 3

9:59am Tue 25 Feb 14

paddy16 says...

Reading the comment's above, I feel that most of the people writing and judging Silk Road and it's owner actually never go to town or the Silk Road.
I have worked on the SOS bus for nearly 4 years now , in all honesty and bearing in mind that we pick up the pieces from not only Silk Road but many of the other pubs and clubs.
We do get called to Queen street , this is where most of the people end up for the night as it has most of the kebab and burger bars there, there are many solution's that may be available , but the society and culture that we live in today has made it the norm to have alcohol related problems on the streets at night.
Not Silk Road's fault or Liquid or any other bar in the town can be solely to blame, but various supermarkets and off licences selling 24 cans for £10 surely has to be taken into account.
The program we all saw about Bouncers was to a degree misleading, I speak from a personal view as we were filmed working on the SOS bus, the film makers film for a few months and then its edited for the TV audience to see.
It made Colchester look like a battlefield where as in fact , some weekends we were actually sitting around doing nothing, who would want to watch a bunch of strangers playing I spy , it would not make exiting viewing. I have never been in Liquid or Silk Road on a social night but would have no qualms about doing so.
Silk Road by all accounts have invested lots of money to make it a more upmarket and attractive venue.
The Police are stretched because of all the cuts and savings they are requested to make , weekends in Town are well controlled by door staff and police alike , this thread seems to all be aimed at Silk Road somewhat unfairly in my opinion.
I am from the old brigade , Windmill, Tartan House to name a few ,I worked at both venues and back then we had door staff and boozed up youths fighting in the streets, so not much has changed to be honest .

I am now waiting to be corrected by all the people that obviously sit at home because its unsafe on there streets .
Reading the comment's above, I feel that most of the people writing and judging Silk Road and it's owner actually never go to town or the Silk Road. I have worked on the SOS bus for nearly 4 years now , in all honesty and bearing in mind that we pick up the pieces from not only Silk Road but many of the other pubs and clubs. We do get called to Queen street , this is where most of the people end up for the night as it has most of the kebab and burger bars there, there are many solution's that may be available , but the society and culture that we live in today has made it the norm to have alcohol related problems on the streets at night. Not Silk Road's fault or Liquid or any other bar in the town can be solely to blame, but various supermarkets and off licences selling 24 cans for £10 surely has to be taken into account. The program we all saw about Bouncers was to a degree misleading, I speak from a personal view as we were filmed working on the SOS bus, the film makers film for a few months and then its edited for the TV audience to see. It made Colchester look like a battlefield where as in fact , some weekends we were actually sitting around doing nothing, who would want to watch a bunch of strangers playing I spy , it would not make exiting viewing. I have never been in Liquid or Silk Road on a social night but would have no qualms about doing so. Silk Road by all accounts have invested lots of money to make it a more upmarket and attractive venue. The Police are stretched because of all the cuts and savings they are requested to make , weekends in Town are well controlled by door staff and police alike , this thread seems to all be aimed at Silk Road somewhat unfairly in my opinion. I am from the old brigade , Windmill, Tartan House to name a few ,I worked at both venues and back then we had door staff and boozed up youths fighting in the streets, so not much has changed to be honest . I am now waiting to be corrected by all the people that obviously sit at home because its unsafe on there streets . paddy16
  • Score: 2

10:25am Tue 25 Feb 14

Scoot says...

cjsdec, you say there is no truth in what I said.....well all I can say is that I shall have to visit Specsavers as I obviously didn't see these things on the recent TV prog, and don't say it was edited to portray Silk Road in a bad light as I am sure the proprietor would have been whinging on about it when the prog was broadcast and anyhow it was his staff who were portraying Clacton in a bad light.
If the proprietor wants to be proactive perhaps he should sit down with the police, other club owners and the late night kebab shop owners. Perhaps one radical move would be to have a doorstaff co-operative i.e the bouncers move from club to club and sometimes are on the door or inside. This could reduce 'familiarity' e.g drunk female unable to walk in heels who is a regular at a club flashes her cleavage in the doormans face and is let in despite being too drunk to stand. Also perhaps have their own 'ASBO' policy i.e if you have kicked off one week in one club or kebab shop you are barred across the board from all clubs/takeaways even if the police haven't been involved. Also when the clubs close offer your doorstaff to the takeaways after all the fights etc aren't due to the kebab meat or chilli sauce they are fuelled by the alcohol your establishment has poured down the punters throats.
cjsdec, you say there is no truth in what I said.....well all I can say is that I shall have to visit Specsavers as I obviously didn't see these things on the recent TV prog, and don't say it was edited to portray Silk Road in a bad light as I am sure the proprietor would have been whinging on about it when the prog was broadcast and anyhow it was his staff who were portraying Clacton in a bad light. If the proprietor wants to be proactive perhaps he should sit down with the police, other club owners and the late night kebab shop owners. Perhaps one radical move would be to have a doorstaff co-operative i.e the bouncers move from club to club and sometimes are on the door or inside. This could reduce 'familiarity' e.g drunk female unable to walk in heels who is a regular at a club flashes her cleavage in the doormans face and is let in despite being too drunk to stand. Also perhaps have their own 'ASBO' policy i.e if you have kicked off one week in one club or kebab shop you are barred across the board from all clubs/takeaways even if the police haven't been involved. Also when the clubs close offer your doorstaff to the takeaways after all the fights etc aren't due to the kebab meat or chilli sauce they are fuelled by the alcohol your establishment has poured down the punters throats. Scoot
  • Score: 2

10:42am Tue 25 Feb 14

Hampton23 says...

In the mid to late 90's I used to love spoofers (silk road) it was always a starting point for our night out,on to playhouse,wig n pen,the lamb and back down to chicago's,sometimes fashions,into the sphynix for a nice bab.Queen St never had a problem back then,Nowadays its easy to blame venues for trouble but now its the culture to get battered on shots, puke and maybe a bunk up,or indeed a punch up! I pity my teenage son he's got it all to come.
In the mid to late 90's I used to love spoofers (silk road) it was always a starting point for our night out,on to playhouse,wig n pen,the lamb and back down to chicago's,sometimes fashions,into the sphynix for a nice bab.Queen St never had a problem back then,Nowadays its easy to blame venues for trouble but now its the culture to get battered on shots, puke and maybe a bunk up,or indeed a punch up! I pity my teenage son he's got it all to come. Hampton23
  • Score: 1

11:15am Tue 25 Feb 14

wormshero says...

colchester300yrs wrote:
Simple problem, simple solution.

Close all of these establishments down, and the town centre becomes a place where families can once again feel safe, and those who make a large income out of supplying teenagers with the makings of liver failure learn the error of their ways.

Maybe the NHS should raise a tax on such establishments to pay for the treatment that the drunks will eventually require.

I am the son of an alcoholic (who eventually died from it), and can say that alcohol is a very dangerous substance, if consumed in sufficient quantities.

Whilst I recognise that most of the problems this place (and others) cause happen very late at night, you still have to contend with the piles of sick / blood / broken glass / collapsed drunks when you're walking along St Botolphs Street to work at 6am on a Sunday (as I do).

I also recognise that most of the problems also only occur in the town centre, but once the drunken little sods get home, they cause more problems. My next door neighbour frequently visits this establishment and returns home at 4.30am, turns the music on and throws a vodka bottle at and / or throws up over my car. In fact I do not require an alarm clock for work, he can be relied on.

Shutting the lot down would release valuable and expensive police resources for sorting out the problems in other parts of the town, and make the town centre a much more pleasant place to be at any time, as well as improving it's reputation.

Colchester does not need this sort of thing, and is rapidly gaining a reputation for it.
Shutting all these establishments would lead to hundreds of people having nothing to do at weekends, likely leading to more anti-social drinking outside and in more places, as well as trashing a large part of Colchester's economy. Also, regarding families feeling safe, I'd ask who takes a family trip through town at 2am? If your neighbor is a nuisance then you should report him, so the law can deal with it. Alcohol is a problem in excess, but the vast majority of people do enjoy it responsibly, it's the minority who are ruining things. I like the idea someone had on here that there should be no admittance to these clubs after 1am to stop it being the place everyone goes after every other kick out. I do think it's likely the number of takeaways could be an issue too; I walked down Crouch street around 3am a few weekends ago and was amazed that it seemed to have a huge number of people on the street too, likely drawn to the takeaways and off-license on that street.
[quote][p][bold]colchester300yrs[/bold] wrote: Simple problem, simple solution. Close all of these establishments down, and the town centre becomes a place where families can once again feel safe, and those who make a large income out of supplying teenagers with the makings of liver failure learn the error of their ways. Maybe the NHS should raise a tax on such establishments to pay for the treatment that the drunks will eventually require. I am the son of an alcoholic (who eventually died from it), and can say that alcohol is a very dangerous substance, if consumed in sufficient quantities. Whilst I recognise that most of the problems this place (and others) cause happen very late at night, you still have to contend with the piles of sick / blood / broken glass / collapsed drunks when you're walking along St Botolphs Street to work at 6am on a Sunday (as I do). I also recognise that most of the problems also only occur in the town centre, but once the drunken little sods get home, they cause more problems. My next door neighbour frequently visits this establishment and returns home at 4.30am, turns the music on and throws a vodka bottle at and / or throws up over my car. In fact I do not require an alarm clock for work, he can be relied on. Shutting the lot down would release valuable and expensive police resources for sorting out the problems in other parts of the town, and make the town centre a much more pleasant place to be at any time, as well as improving it's reputation. Colchester does not need this sort of thing, and is rapidly gaining a reputation for it.[/p][/quote]Shutting all these establishments would lead to hundreds of people having nothing to do at weekends, likely leading to more anti-social drinking outside and in more places, as well as trashing a large part of Colchester's economy. Also, regarding families feeling safe, I'd ask who takes a family trip through town at 2am? If your neighbor is a nuisance then you should report him, so the law can deal with it. Alcohol is a problem in excess, but the vast majority of people do enjoy it responsibly, it's the minority who are ruining things. I like the idea someone had on here that there should be no admittance to these clubs after 1am to stop it being the place everyone goes after every other kick out. I do think it's likely the number of takeaways could be an issue too; I walked down Crouch street around 3am a few weekends ago and was amazed that it seemed to have a huge number of people on the street too, likely drawn to the takeaways and off-license on that street. wormshero
  • Score: -2

9:04pm Tue 25 Feb 14

co4 says...

colchester300yrs wrote:
Simple problem, simple solution.

Close all of these establishments down, and the town centre becomes a place where families can once again feel safe, and those who make a large income out of supplying teenagers with the makings of liver failure learn the error of their ways.

Maybe the NHS should raise a tax on such establishments to pay for the treatment that the drunks will eventually require.

I am the son of an alcoholic (who eventually died from it), and can say that alcohol is a very dangerous substance, if consumed in sufficient quantities.

Whilst I recognise that most of the problems this place (and others) cause happen very late at night, you still have to contend with the piles of sick / blood / broken glass / collapsed drunks when you're walking along St Botolphs Street to work at 6am on a Sunday (as I do).

I also recognise that most of the problems also only occur in the town centre, but once the drunken little sods get home, they cause more problems. My next door neighbour frequently visits this establishment and returns home at 4.30am, turns the music on and throws a vodka bottle at and / or throws up over my car. In fact I do not require an alarm clock for work, he can be relied on.

Shutting the lot down would release valuable and expensive police resources for sorting out the problems in other parts of the town, and make the town centre a much more pleasant place to be at any time, as well as improving it's reputation.

Colchester does not need this sort of thing, and is rapidly gaining a reputation for it.
Shutting every single pub, bar and club would indeed make the town centre more attractive for all the families who are currently too scared to go for a stroll down the High Street at 11 o'clock on a Saturday night.

Let's ignore the fact that closing all these places down would make scores of people unemployed, not just in the venues but taxi firms, takeaways and any other businesses who benefit from the night time trade.

I have every sympathy for your personal tragedy but please don't demonise everybody else who drinks as the vast majority of the thousands of people who venture out into town on a weekend are perfectly well behaved.
[quote][p][bold]colchester300yrs[/bold] wrote: Simple problem, simple solution. Close all of these establishments down, and the town centre becomes a place where families can once again feel safe, and those who make a large income out of supplying teenagers with the makings of liver failure learn the error of their ways. Maybe the NHS should raise a tax on such establishments to pay for the treatment that the drunks will eventually require. I am the son of an alcoholic (who eventually died from it), and can say that alcohol is a very dangerous substance, if consumed in sufficient quantities. Whilst I recognise that most of the problems this place (and others) cause happen very late at night, you still have to contend with the piles of sick / blood / broken glass / collapsed drunks when you're walking along St Botolphs Street to work at 6am on a Sunday (as I do). I also recognise that most of the problems also only occur in the town centre, but once the drunken little sods get home, they cause more problems. My next door neighbour frequently visits this establishment and returns home at 4.30am, turns the music on and throws a vodka bottle at and / or throws up over my car. In fact I do not require an alarm clock for work, he can be relied on. Shutting the lot down would release valuable and expensive police resources for sorting out the problems in other parts of the town, and make the town centre a much more pleasant place to be at any time, as well as improving it's reputation. Colchester does not need this sort of thing, and is rapidly gaining a reputation for it.[/p][/quote]Shutting every single pub, bar and club would indeed make the town centre more attractive for all the families who are currently too scared to go for a stroll down the High Street at 11 o'clock on a Saturday night. Let's ignore the fact that closing all these places down would make scores of people unemployed, not just in the venues but taxi firms, takeaways and any other businesses who benefit from the night time trade. I have every sympathy for your personal tragedy but please don't demonise everybody else who drinks as the vast majority of the thousands of people who venture out into town on a weekend are perfectly well behaved. co4
  • Score: 0

9:08pm Tue 25 Feb 14

Twenty14 says...

I know someone who was knocked unconscious in this club two weeks ago and ended up in hospital. Totally unprovoked assault! Why has no one identified the person who did this? If bouncers had held the oerson responsible that so called person could be dealt with by police but presumably the thug who did it was chucked out to maybe go and assault another.!!! This I guess could have happened anywhere but it didn't and I question why such people are not held for the police to deal with no matter what club it happens in!
I know someone who was knocked unconscious in this club two weeks ago and ended up in hospital. Totally unprovoked assault! Why has no one identified the person who did this? If bouncers had held the oerson responsible that so called person could be dealt with by police but presumably the thug who did it was chucked out to maybe go and assault another.!!! This I guess could have happened anywhere but it didn't and I question why such people are not held for the police to deal with no matter what club it happens in! Twenty14
  • Score: 3

11:02pm Tue 25 Feb 14

cjsdec says...

Scoot wrote:
cjsdec, you say there is no truth in what I said.....well all I can say is that I shall have to visit Specsavers as I obviously didn't see these things on the recent TV prog, and don't say it was edited to portray Silk Road in a bad light as I am sure the proprietor would have been whinging on about it when the prog was broadcast and anyhow it was his staff who were portraying Clacton in a bad light.
If the proprietor wants to be proactive perhaps he should sit down with the police, other club owners and the late night kebab shop owners. Perhaps one radical move would be to have a doorstaff co-operative i.e the bouncers move from club to club and sometimes are on the door or inside. This could reduce 'familiarity' e.g drunk female unable to walk in heels who is a regular at a club flashes her cleavage in the doormans face and is let in despite being too drunk to stand. Also perhaps have their own 'ASBO' policy i.e if you have kicked off one week in one club or kebab shop you are barred across the board from all clubs/takeaways even if the police haven't been involved. Also when the clubs close offer your doorstaff to the takeaways after all the fights etc aren't due to the kebab meat or chilli sauce they are fuelled by the alcohol your establishment has poured down the punters throats.
Yes it was edited and yes he did complain, as the other gentleman states it would make poor viewing just watching people having a few bears and a dance like nearly every weekend in Silk Road, the programme was edited to make viewers watch it, surely you don't live your life by things you see on telly and read in the papers do you ?, you need to get out more my man, would you like me to escort you to Silk one night so you can see the ever growing, honest, loving family Silk has created and judge it first hand ?
[quote][p][bold]Scoot[/bold] wrote: cjsdec, you say there is no truth in what I said.....well all I can say is that I shall have to visit Specsavers as I obviously didn't see these things on the recent TV prog, and don't say it was edited to portray Silk Road in a bad light as I am sure the proprietor would have been whinging on about it when the prog was broadcast and anyhow it was his staff who were portraying Clacton in a bad light. If the proprietor wants to be proactive perhaps he should sit down with the police, other club owners and the late night kebab shop owners. Perhaps one radical move would be to have a doorstaff co-operative i.e the bouncers move from club to club and sometimes are on the door or inside. This could reduce 'familiarity' e.g drunk female unable to walk in heels who is a regular at a club flashes her cleavage in the doormans face and is let in despite being too drunk to stand. Also perhaps have their own 'ASBO' policy i.e if you have kicked off one week in one club or kebab shop you are barred across the board from all clubs/takeaways even if the police haven't been involved. Also when the clubs close offer your doorstaff to the takeaways after all the fights etc aren't due to the kebab meat or chilli sauce they are fuelled by the alcohol your establishment has poured down the punters throats.[/p][/quote]Yes it was edited and yes he did complain, as the other gentleman states it would make poor viewing just watching people having a few bears and a dance like nearly every weekend in Silk Road, the programme was edited to make viewers watch it, surely you don't live your life by things you see on telly and read in the papers do you ?, you need to get out more my man, would you like me to escort you to Silk one night so you can see the ever growing, honest, loving family Silk has created and judge it first hand ? cjsdec
  • Score: -3

11:08pm Tue 25 Feb 14

cjsdec says...

UndergroundOvergroun
d
wrote:
A Very Private Gentleman wrote:
there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now
Einsteins?
Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar?
it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""":
our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been
I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after.
You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv
it does not work that way never has never will
Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on.
The silk road has too look after their own
that means closing at 11.30pm
and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place.
as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts
there is no hope for them!
Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.
A Very Private Gentleman says...

Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar?
it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed"""

Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about?


Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers.
Plastic Gangsters and Coke Heads ! Have you been watching to much Telly ?, Silk Road has a Zero Tolerance Drug Policy & Plastic ! Don't think so Bruv
[quote][p][bold]UndergroundOvergroun d[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now Einsteins? Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""": our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after. You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv it does not work that way never has never will Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on. The silk road has too look after their own that means closing at 11.30pm and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place. as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts there is no hope for them! Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.[/p][/quote]A Very Private Gentleman says... Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""" Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about? Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers.[/p][/quote]Plastic Gangsters and Coke Heads ! Have you been watching to much Telly ?, Silk Road has a Zero Tolerance Drug Policy & Plastic ! Don't think so Bruv cjsdec
  • Score: -4

11:13pm Tue 25 Feb 14

cjsdec says...

If any of you would like to leave your fantasy world of TV and News Papers I would be more than happy to escort you to Silk Road so you can see first hand the ever growing, honest, decent Family Silk and Judge for yourselves ?
If any of you would like to leave your fantasy world of TV and News Papers I would be more than happy to escort you to Silk Road so you can see first hand the ever growing, honest, decent Family Silk and Judge for yourselves ? cjsdec
  • Score: -3

11:25pm Tue 25 Feb 14

UndergroundOverground says...

cjsdec wrote:
UndergroundOvergroun

d
wrote:
A Very Private Gentleman wrote:
there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now
Einsteins?
Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar?
it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""":
our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been
I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after.
You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv
it does not work that way never has never will
Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on.
The silk road has too look after their own
that means closing at 11.30pm
and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place.
as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts
there is no hope for them!
Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.
A Very Private Gentleman says...

Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar?
it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed"""

Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about?


Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers.
Plastic Gangsters and Coke Heads ! Have you been watching to much Telly ?, Silk Road has a Zero Tolerance Drug Policy & Plastic ! Don't think so Bruv
Bruv? Save the chav speak for your little friends.

Oh well if you say they have a zero tolerance policy that must be the case how silly of anyone to think any differently. If you thing the silk road is a family establishment then I pity you and your family.
[quote][p][bold]cjsdec[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]UndergroundOvergroun d[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now Einsteins? Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""": our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after. You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv it does not work that way never has never will Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on. The silk road has too look after their own that means closing at 11.30pm and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place. as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts there is no hope for them! Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.[/p][/quote]A Very Private Gentleman says... Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""" Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about? Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers.[/p][/quote]Plastic Gangsters and Coke Heads ! Have you been watching to much Telly ?, Silk Road has a Zero Tolerance Drug Policy & Plastic ! Don't think so Bruv[/p][/quote]Bruv? Save the chav speak for your little friends. Oh well if you say they have a zero tolerance policy that must be the case how silly of anyone to think any differently. If you thing the silk road is a family establishment then I pity you and your family. UndergroundOverground
  • Score: 6

9:16am Wed 26 Feb 14

cjsdec says...

UndergroundOvergroun
d
wrote:
cjsdec wrote:
UndergroundOvergroun d wrote:
A Very Private Gentleman wrote: there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now Einsteins? Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""": our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after. You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv it does not work that way never has never will Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on. The silk road has too look after their own that means closing at 11.30pm and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place. as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts there is no hope for them! Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.
A Very Private Gentleman says... Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""" Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about? Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers.
Plastic Gangsters and Coke Heads ! Have you been watching to much Telly ?, Silk Road has a Zero Tolerance Drug Policy & Plastic ! Don't think so Bruv
Bruv? Save the chav speak for your little friends. Oh well if you say they have a zero tolerance policy that must be the case how silly of anyone to think any differently. If you thing the silk road is a family establishment then I pity you and your family.
Don't Pity me "Bruv" I wouldn't lower myself to your standards, we are living the dream here :-)
[quote][p][bold]UndergroundOvergroun d[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cjsdec[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]UndergroundOvergroun d[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now Einsteins? Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""": our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after. You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv it does not work that way never has never will Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on. The silk road has too look after their own that means closing at 11.30pm and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place. as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts there is no hope for them! Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.[/p][/quote]A Very Private Gentleman says... Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""" Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about? Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers.[/p][/quote]Plastic Gangsters and Coke Heads ! Have you been watching to much Telly ?, Silk Road has a Zero Tolerance Drug Policy & Plastic ! Don't think so Bruv[/p][/quote]Bruv? Save the chav speak for your little friends. Oh well if you say they have a zero tolerance policy that must be the case how silly of anyone to think any differently. If you thing the silk road is a family establishment then I pity you and your family.[/p][/quote]Don't Pity me "Bruv" I wouldn't lower myself to your standards, we are living the dream here :-) cjsdec
  • Score: -2

10:03am Wed 26 Feb 14

Slamdoor312 says...

The sooner these havens for drunk, drug addled lowliifes, have their licences revoked the better.

Trouble is, too many cosy relationships for that to happen.
The sooner these havens for drunk, drug addled lowliifes, have their licences revoked the better. Trouble is, too many cosy relationships for that to happen. Slamdoor312
  • Score: 3

11:31am Wed 26 Feb 14

checkifstolen says...

i used to be a doorman in glasgow and its a case of having respect for your customers i know channel four edited alot of their series but respect goes a long way and a respected doorman doesnt have to swear be on a power trip its a case of common sense and using your mind silk road isnt the only place that should be investigated there are many doorman that need to be reviewed with there liscence as i have seen it first hand how they deal with people look at qube the doorman there is always away from his post chatting up the lasses in the doorway when he is being paid to do a job
i used to be a doorman in glasgow and its a case of having respect for your customers i know channel four edited alot of their series but respect goes a long way and a respected doorman doesnt have to swear be on a power trip its a case of common sense and using your mind silk road isnt the only place that should be investigated there are many doorman that need to be reviewed with there liscence as i have seen it first hand how they deal with people look at qube the doorman there is always away from his post chatting up the lasses in the doorway when he is being paid to do a job checkifstolen
  • Score: 0

11:36am Wed 26 Feb 14

checkifstolen says...

one thing also is it is lack of police as i was in town working last week and in a space of 6 hours i saw 1 police car drive down the high street then the following week there many more so were are the police these days oh i forgot they are out driving through mcdonalds drive through getting there food
one thing also is it is lack of police as i was in town working last week and in a space of 6 hours i saw 1 police car drive down the high street then the following week there many more so were are the police these days oh i forgot they are out driving through mcdonalds drive through getting there food checkifstolen
  • Score: 2

7:17pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Meganmydog says...

cjsdec wrote:
Meganmydog wrote:
Scoot wrote:
“How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.”
So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front.
Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it:
I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.
Well said Scoot, I agree with everything you said. I am a pensioner and my wife and I live just off of Military Rd, at the town end. We hate weekends as it is a nightmare around here. There is always trouble and most if not all of the trouble makers come out of Kebab Alley, as it is know locally. It's ok for Mr Rasih, he doesn't have to put up with the aftermath. He will be sitting at his luxury home or probably dinning out in some posh restaurant or driving around in his expensive Merc! Get real Mr Rasih, you contribute greatly to peoples misery, you need to take responsibility, it is your fault along with mindless young idiots that haven't got a clue about going out and having a good time!
Don't worry too much about your license Mr Rasih, our gutless council will take care of that one for you.....don't we all know it!!!!!
He Has A BMW and a very little house on an Estate
You seem to know a lot about Mr Rasih.......you don't happen to be related do you??????
[quote][p][bold]cjsdec[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Meganmydog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scoot[/bold] wrote: “How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.” So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front. Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it: I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.[/p][/quote]Well said Scoot, I agree with everything you said. I am a pensioner and my wife and I live just off of Military Rd, at the town end. We hate weekends as it is a nightmare around here. There is always trouble and most if not all of the trouble makers come out of Kebab Alley, as it is know locally. It's ok for Mr Rasih, he doesn't have to put up with the aftermath. He will be sitting at his luxury home or probably dinning out in some posh restaurant or driving around in his expensive Merc! Get real Mr Rasih, you contribute greatly to peoples misery, you need to take responsibility, it is your fault along with mindless young idiots that haven't got a clue about going out and having a good time! Don't worry too much about your license Mr Rasih, our gutless council will take care of that one for you.....don't we all know it!!!!![/p][/quote]He Has A BMW and a very little house on an Estate[/p][/quote]You seem to know a lot about Mr Rasih.......you don't happen to be related do you?????? Meganmydog
  • Score: 1

7:25pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Meganmydog says...

cjsdec wrote:
UndergroundOvergroun

d
wrote:
cjsdec wrote:
UndergroundOvergroun d wrote:
A Very Private Gentleman wrote: there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now Einsteins? Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""": our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after. You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv it does not work that way never has never will Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on. The silk road has too look after their own that means closing at 11.30pm and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place. as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts there is no hope for them! Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.
A Very Private Gentleman says... Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""" Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about? Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers.
Plastic Gangsters and Coke Heads ! Have you been watching to much Telly ?, Silk Road has a Zero Tolerance Drug Policy & Plastic ! Don't think so Bruv
Bruv? Save the chav speak for your little friends. Oh well if you say they have a zero tolerance policy that must be the case how silly of anyone to think any differently. If you thing the silk road is a family establishment then I pity you and your family.
Don't Pity me "Bruv" I wouldn't lower myself to your standards, we are living the dream here :-)
Yeah in a BLUE HAZE obviously!!!!
[quote][p][bold]cjsdec[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]UndergroundOvergroun d[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cjsdec[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]UndergroundOvergroun d[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now Einsteins? Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""": our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after. You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv it does not work that way never has never will Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on. The silk road has too look after their own that means closing at 11.30pm and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place. as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts there is no hope for them! Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.[/p][/quote]A Very Private Gentleman says... Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""" Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about? Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers.[/p][/quote]Plastic Gangsters and Coke Heads ! Have you been watching to much Telly ?, Silk Road has a Zero Tolerance Drug Policy & Plastic ! Don't think so Bruv[/p][/quote]Bruv? Save the chav speak for your little friends. Oh well if you say they have a zero tolerance policy that must be the case how silly of anyone to think any differently. If you thing the silk road is a family establishment then I pity you and your family.[/p][/quote]Don't Pity me "Bruv" I wouldn't lower myself to your standards, we are living the dream here :-)[/p][/quote]Yeah in a BLUE HAZE obviously!!!! Meganmydog
  • Score: 2

8:10pm Wed 26 Feb 14

cjsdec says...

Meganmydog wrote:
cjsdec wrote:
Meganmydog wrote:
Scoot wrote:
“How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.”
So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front.
Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it:
I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.
Well said Scoot, I agree with everything you said. I am a pensioner and my wife and I live just off of Military Rd, at the town end. We hate weekends as it is a nightmare around here. There is always trouble and most if not all of the trouble makers come out of Kebab Alley, as it is know locally. It's ok for Mr Rasih, he doesn't have to put up with the aftermath. He will be sitting at his luxury home or probably dinning out in some posh restaurant or driving around in his expensive Merc! Get real Mr Rasih, you contribute greatly to peoples misery, you need to take responsibility, it is your fault along with mindless young idiots that haven't got a clue about going out and having a good time!
Don't worry too much about your license Mr Rasih, our gutless council will take care of that one for you.....don't we all know it!!!!!
He Has A BMW and a very little house on an Estate
You seem to know a lot about Mr Rasih.......you don't happen to be related do you??????
When you say related do you mean blood ?, we are all brothers and sisters after all ain't we ?, or do you mean related to Silk Road ? It is one of only 2 clubs in Colchester I would use so I am quite familiar with it, you see it is safe, clean and full of decent people, in a way we are one big happy Silk Road family, at least my facts are right unlike what goes on in your funny little world, do you really think club owners and people with a few quid have to drive a Merc ? Oh I wish I could try your world out just for a day
[quote][p][bold]Meganmydog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cjsdec[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Meganmydog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Scoot[/bold] wrote: “How is that my fault? I’m being held responsible for stuff that’s got nothing to do with us.” So lets see now, letting people into your club without being frisked, letting people in clearly drunk so they can pour more alcohol down their necks but fill your tills, and when a fight breaks out inside your premises, rather than breaking it up the participants are just shoved out into an alley to carry on rather than one out the side and one out the front. Responsible is defined as :- having an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as part of one’s job or role: and being the primary cause of something and so able to be blamed or credited for it: I would say that Silk Road falls into both these definitions so should be held responsible.[/p][/quote]Well said Scoot, I agree with everything you said. I am a pensioner and my wife and I live just off of Military Rd, at the town end. We hate weekends as it is a nightmare around here. There is always trouble and most if not all of the trouble makers come out of Kebab Alley, as it is know locally. It's ok for Mr Rasih, he doesn't have to put up with the aftermath. He will be sitting at his luxury home or probably dinning out in some posh restaurant or driving around in his expensive Merc! Get real Mr Rasih, you contribute greatly to peoples misery, you need to take responsibility, it is your fault along with mindless young idiots that haven't got a clue about going out and having a good time! Don't worry too much about your license Mr Rasih, our gutless council will take care of that one for you.....don't we all know it!!!!![/p][/quote]He Has A BMW and a very little house on an Estate[/p][/quote]You seem to know a lot about Mr Rasih.......you don't happen to be related do you??????[/p][/quote]When you say related do you mean blood ?, we are all brothers and sisters after all ain't we ?, or do you mean related to Silk Road ? It is one of only 2 clubs in Colchester I would use so I am quite familiar with it, you see it is safe, clean and full of decent people, in a way we are one big happy Silk Road family, at least my facts are right unlike what goes on in your funny little world, do you really think club owners and people with a few quid have to drive a Merc ? Oh I wish I could try your world out just for a day cjsdec
  • Score: -2

8:13pm Wed 26 Feb 14

cjsdec says...

Meganmydog wrote:
cjsdec wrote:
UndergroundOvergroun


d
wrote:
cjsdec wrote:
UndergroundOvergroun d wrote:
A Very Private Gentleman wrote: there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now Einsteins? Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""": our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after. You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv it does not work that way never has never will Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on. The silk road has too look after their own that means closing at 11.30pm and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place. as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts there is no hope for them! Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.
A Very Private Gentleman says... Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""" Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about? Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers.
Plastic Gangsters and Coke Heads ! Have you been watching to much Telly ?, Silk Road has a Zero Tolerance Drug Policy & Plastic ! Don't think so Bruv
Bruv? Save the chav speak for your little friends. Oh well if you say they have a zero tolerance policy that must be the case how silly of anyone to think any differently. If you thing the silk road is a family establishment then I pity you and your family.
Don't Pity me "Bruv" I wouldn't lower myself to your standards, we are living the dream here :-)
Yeah in a BLUE HAZE obviously!!!!
No in the UK when I am here and Abroad when I ain't, the only Haze is the sun shine
[quote][p][bold]Meganmydog[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cjsdec[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]UndergroundOvergroun d[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cjsdec[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]UndergroundOvergroun d[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]A Very Private Gentleman[/bold] wrote: there is no answer to this otherwise it would have been implemented by now Einsteins? Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""": our police officers are not there to protect bar owners they never have been I remember in days of old punch ups at the Windmill with coach loads of London boys 50 of them on stag nights, the police did not go steaming in to help Dennis and old man Wheatley out, the doorman handled it the police cleaned up after. You lot have been watching too much Digi C**P Tv it does not work that way never has never will Kavanagh & Alston are going to blow their top if this carries on. The silk road has too look after their own that means closing at 11.30pm and dish out some free mouthwash to some of the ladies in the place. as for the spotty face wannabe kung fu kids or drunken louts there is no hope for them! Ban the lot make them wear three piece suits to get in like we used to have to for club entry in town 35 years ago.[/p][/quote]A Very Private Gentleman says... Yes the drive by shooting was at the old police station TJ's, Tp's or Target Bar? it was a bit ike something out of any wish way but loose and the fat black widow bikers by the way they could not should not straight, or in the words of Michael Douglas in the film 'Falling Down' """You Missed""" Can anyone explain what this nutter is on about? Silk Road is fill of plastic wannabe gangsters and coke heads and has been for years the owner is only worried now because his failed publicity stunt of getting on tv has only gone to show how he and his staff regularly fail to take proper steps to protect their customers.[/p][/quote]Plastic Gangsters and Coke Heads ! Have you been watching to much Telly ?, Silk Road has a Zero Tolerance Drug Policy & Plastic ! Don't think so Bruv[/p][/quote]Bruv? Save the chav speak for your little friends. Oh well if you say they have a zero tolerance policy that must be the case how silly of anyone to think any differently. If you thing the silk road is a family establishment then I pity you and your family.[/p][/quote]Don't Pity me "Bruv" I wouldn't lower myself to your standards, we are living the dream here :-)[/p][/quote]Yeah in a BLUE HAZE obviously!!!![/p][/quote]No in the UK when I am here and Abroad when I ain't, the only Haze is the sun shine cjsdec
  • Score: -2

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