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By Daley Mayle
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#43760
'Man cuts off own head with chainsaw' screamed the headline


'It takes a great deal of skill to cut off your own head - even with a chainsaw', opined Martin from Suffolk

'What a great Britain' from a Britt (true) in Spain

'Yet another poor citizen pushed to the limit by local governance, RIP my friend' gushed Keith Owen


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... opers.html
By Bernadette
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#43764
Some of the comments on this are unreal.
This is just tragic, how desperate was this man to take his own life. Also if he was a vulnerable where was his social worker? No sign of the human rights lot either, why are they keeping quiet?

- Jill, Glasgow, Scotland, 14/7/2008 12:19
How many social workers would we need if they all sat beside a client day and night to make sure they didn't make merry with a power tool?

As for "human rights" jibe, sod off.

But I must say I am intrigued as to how he managed this.
How indeed DOES one go about completely severing their own head with a chainsaw?

This sounds as plausibly unsuspicious as "Man beats self in head with bat, drives to remote lagoon and drops self into water while tied to concrete blocks for ballast". Nothing suspicious here. Move on.

- Victor Heck, Olathe Kansas, USA, 14/7/2008 22:16
 
By jonnyhead
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#43767
Yet another tragic case of local government not taking sufficient trouble to investigate the last resident and thus setting off a chain reaction. Absolutely awful.

- Eddy Ashley-Smith, www.plasticsprocessmanagement.com, 14/7/2008 20:06
Shocking this 'cutting off one's own head' business, isn't it? Really quite frightful. By the way, did I mention my successful injection moulded plastics company? Visit our website for all your plastics processing machine optimisation needs!

Out of curiosity, I just went to his site and it's possibly the most baffling professional site I've ever seen. His 'About Us' page starts with the following:
Discipline? That is what may be most lacking today? -I had mine drummed into me from the age of 15 until I was invalided out of the Royal Navy in 1962.
His site is flanked by two pictures of his Russian wife's face advertising her translation services. In fact, pictures of his wife litter the site seemingly at random. His 'About Us' section actually rambles on for five pages, complaining about the moral decline of Western culture by the end. His news page features a photo of him marrying his wife, captioned with a rant about how his problems with the immigration service are 'typical of a country which spent all our North Sea Oil and dumped industry', complaining that we live in 'cloud clock land'. He tells you to click on the picture, which links to a TWELVE-MINUTE video rant directed at the judge who wronged him.

It turns out the reason her immigration appeal ran into bother was because she lied about a) having a job and b) owning a property, which to me seem like pretty fucking monumental lies.

His 'Picture gallery' page boasts of his amazing union-busting activities:
[We installed the machine after hours on our own to thwart Union interference. When the workforce came in next day - the job was done!]
The whole site has an air of 'fucking weird' about it. What kind of business site has pages full of pictures of a random Malaysian women who he appears to have been involved with surrounding Malaysian song lyrics? It's like part-business, part-holiday-journal, all odd.
 
By JamesFarrier
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#43779
Hilarious site, this guy is actually for real. It'd be alright if he'd kept his 'business' website separate from what he gets up to in his spare time and his world-weary rants, but he'd rather save on bandwidth and roll it all in to one. Somebody really needs to give him a slap and actually point out where he's going wrong here.


TRUE Daily Mail reader, great find jonnyhead.
By Raskolnikov
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#43783
Yes, outstanding.

Looks like it was designed by Norman Scarth. It seems on my connection to take ages to load his stuff - it's as if he just bungs on random jpegs and animations at random. Having seen the sprawling Malaysian girl I was a bit worried at clicking on the 'Screw and Barrel' section.

Does he not see the irony of commenting on the DM site when he's had immigration problems.

I thought the DM had stopped allowing web addresses after Aldert got the boot.
By Captain Klutz
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#43791
Killer Whale wrote:
Raskolnikov wrote: I thought the DM had stopped allowing web addresses after Aldert got the boot.
Anyone fancy posting a fawning Littlejohn comment on Friday morning with a link pointing to http://bigdaddymerk.co.uk/mailwatch/forum ? :twisted:
Wow, that would be like a declaration of war. It would be kind of satisfying to know that Littlejohn had read the comments on here and was brutally made aware that there are people who regard him as a cocksucking fuckhead and not as the brilliant PM-in-waiting all the mail readers hail him as.
By Asylum Seeker
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#43808
FURY AS "BRUTAL" GAME LINKED TO CHAINSAW SUICIDE
Game retailers have today been blasted for selling shock chainsaw title "Gears and War" to suicidal teenagers, the Mail can reveal.

Several experts have condemned the game, claiming that it promotes dangerous chainsaw activity.

"Characters in the game swing chainsaws around with gay abandon," yelped local power tool activist Clint Batworthy, "If someone attempted the irresponsible stunts shown in the game in real life, they could be seriously injured."

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Frightening: A character in the game Gears and War
Computer game experts have likened the game to a "decapitation simulator", noting that the game offers young impressionable youths detailed instructions on how to sever their own heads, as well as those of others.

Players in the game score points based on how many hard-working pensioners' lives they ruin through their violent shenanigans, and an online mode is offered where players can literally threaten families in their homes by shouting at them.


Comments: 12

When will Labour learn that human rights only apply to people like me?
- Mrs. B Batworthy, Suffolk

The young bastards playing this game should be shot with real chainsaw guns! Then they'd know how it felt instead of laughing with enjoyment while they play!
- Colonel Jivesteadham, Surrey

this makes me very frightened and angry with gordon brown

- Jacqui Weems, Southampton
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