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« on: December 27, 2013, 13:01:03 »

Subway is the cause of violence.

http://www.hijackbristol.co.uk/board/the-forum/shooting-on-stapleton-rd/msg1101114/#msg1101114

gun crime has reached Bristol and in the middle of the day too.

Bout 15 years ago there were 12 shootings (or more) in a 3 month period in St Pauls, its all alot more chilled now dont panic you will be fine. Although if i was you i would be more worried about the gangs of Somalies hanging around Staps with machetes down there pants than this random shooting.  Two Thumbs

I think a lot of the trouble in Easton now is due to the Somalies and the Jamaicans scrapping. Every time I go on my lunch break I see big groups of youngers on either side of the road, sometimes it's all cool but sometimes there's clearly tension in the air. More recently I've noticed several instances of police riot vans at the scene talking to kids, and have heard reports of daytime street-fighting. It has coincided with the new Subway by Lebecqs, but I'm not sure whether thats really anything to do with it or not.
It's not exactly hard evidnce but I've definitely noticed an increase in tension recently

Nothing angers up a yoots blood like a footlong steak and cheese with mayo and pickles.

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How could a sandwich shop be in any way related?


Are you serious? Fast-food outlets are almost always hanging out places for scally yoots...

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One trader of a shop near the scene of the shooting, who didn't want to be named, said: "We feel very bad. It's not safe, this area.

"There are fights here every day and the police don't sort it out. A lot of teenage boys come to the Subway."

I assumed everyone knew this - it's one of the Unquestionable Truths: Teenage kids will hang around doing fuck all by US multinational fast food outlets

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-essex-25525861

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An amateur footballer has been left needing facial reconstruction surgery after he was kicked and beaten as he lay unconscious following an attack by up to six men in Colchester.

Wivenhoe Town FC goalkeeper Richie Robins is thought to have been set upon after he tried to protect a woman.

The 21-year-old student was attacked outside Subway on Queen Street at about 03:30 GMT on Saturday.

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« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2013, 13:27:37 »

Sounds like he got a good filling in.
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« Reply #2 on: December 28, 2013, 12:12:36 »

quite an interesting point actually (No really!)

Over the past few years up Kingswood high street the subway thats been there for the not so few years longer, is a congregation point for all the dross round our ends, where as before the subway opened you'd never notice anyone hanging around up on the highstreet. #backinmyday we would be as far from the public as possible, down the nature reserve or on the common lighting fires and having a drink n a blaze, but now the kids are like moths, hanging around outside off licenses and subways...

what's up with that?! I know for one that they aren't all boring and abstinent from inebriation, or that they are scared of the dark and open spaces, so group together for safety in well lit populated and busy area's? But surely what fun can be had from hanging around outside a shop, with people everyone, going in and out, and I can see why old people would find it intimidating getting past a few mopeds and scallywags on bikes obscuring the path through.

I don't know, just bemused for a while at this recent phenomenon.
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« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2013, 14:31:00 »

They're probably addicted to the ghastly smell of 'Freshly Baked Bread'.
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« Reply #4 on: January 03, 2014, 19:45:52 »

They're probably addicted to the ghastly smell of 'Freshly Baked Bread'.

You could start putting it in deodorant, or maybe a tasteful cologne, and get nibbled by hungry shoppers.
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« Reply #5 on: January 03, 2014, 21:53:17 »

They're probably addicted to the ghastly smell of 'Freshly Baked Bread'.

You could start putting it in deodorant, or maybe a tasteful cologne, and get nibbled by hungry shoppers.

If only I had a Footlong *sigh*
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« Reply #6 on: January 06, 2014, 13:21:02 »

The Subway up by me in Knowle, in Broadwalk, has nobody hanging around generally.

When I was growing up in Worle in Weston, one of the places kids would hang out, aside to the parks, was outside a chip shop. I don't think fast food is to blame, it is just an area with lots of people coming and going, so you aren't shooed away like you might be outside someone's house.
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« Reply #7 on: August 07, 2018, 20:01:12 »

Is Subway still the scourge of the streets?
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