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  • #1131698
    AvatarDaftFader
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    Na I find once you stop drinking it gets a little hard at first to ocupy your time … but it’s purely thewithdrawrals form booze .. once you’ve totaly got it out of your system you’ll be so much more relaxed … I rember when I stopped drinking every day … I felt like smashing my head against the wall alot of the time … after a few weeks … it started to ease up .. still was an effort but nothing like the first few weeks.

    #1167839
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    Na I find once you stop drinking it gets a little hard at first to ocupy your time … but it’s purely thewithdrawrals form booze .. once you’ve totaly got it out of your system you’ll be so much more relaxed … I rember when I stopped drinking every day … I felt like smashing my head against the wall alot of the time … after a few weeks … it started to ease up .. still was an effort but nothing like the first few weeks.

    #1131699
    AvatarDaftFader
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    + you’ve got alot of other stuff on your mind too.

    #1167842
    AvatarDaftFader
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    + you’ve got alot of other stuff on your mind too.

    #1129242
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @extraslim 421311 wrote:

    True true, with luck a job is awaiting me. Its really just the utter bordom I have trouble with I spose. But then I am coping and not drinking etc so perhaps I just like to moan a lot lol

    when you start working/finding other things to occupy yourself things will get better. I was going through a stage of drinking loads at weekends just to get through the day as most of my raver friends have drifted away or I’ve distanced myself from them due to wanting to avoid ketamine culture.

    In the end I had to get used to “loneliness” and spend a lot of time doing stuff like working on bikes, DIY etc, but also I’ve met a wider group of friends through involvement with environment groups etc…

    #1151003
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @extraslim 421311 wrote:

    True true, with luck a job is awaiting me. Its really just the utter bordom I have trouble with I spose. But then I am coping and not drinking etc so perhaps I just like to moan a lot lol

    when you start working/finding other things to occupy yourself things will get better. I was going through a stage of drinking loads at weekends just to get through the day as most of my raver friends have drifted away or I’ve distanced myself from them due to wanting to avoid ketamine culture.

    In the end I had to get used to “loneliness” and spend a lot of time doing stuff like working on bikes, DIY etc, but also I’ve met a wider group of friends through involvement with environment groups etc…

    #1128628
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    @DaftFader 421312 wrote:

    Na I find once you stop drinking it gets a little hard at first to ocupy your time … but it’s purely thewithdrawrals form booze .. once you’ve totaly got it out of your system you’ll be so much more relaxed … I rember when I stopped drinking every day … I felt like smashing my head against the wall alot of the time … after a few weeks … it started to ease up .. still was an effort but nothing like the first few weeks.

    so glad I am not drinking as a way to cope, now that would be very messy indeed. Sure your right and not drinking is part of the bordom. But I never drank daily just intermitently, but often to deal with the bordom lol

    #1149898
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    @DaftFader 421312 wrote:

    Na I find once you stop drinking it gets a little hard at first to ocupy your time … but it’s purely thewithdrawrals form booze .. once you’ve totaly got it out of your system you’ll be so much more relaxed … I rember when I stopped drinking every day … I felt like smashing my head against the wall alot of the time … after a few weeks … it started to ease up .. still was an effort but nothing like the first few weeks.

    so glad I am not drinking as a way to cope, now that would be very messy indeed. Sure your right and not drinking is part of the bordom. But I never drank daily just intermitently, but often to deal with the bordom lol

    #1131701
    AvatarDaftFader
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    yeah the thing is that because booze becomes a way of dealing with boredom and shitty emotions it’s alot harder to adust to not having much to do without it then if you never used it as a way of coping in the first place … it’ll just take time and some effort to adapt.

    #1167844
    AvatarDaftFader
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    yeah the thing is that because booze becomes a way of dealing with boredom and shitty emotions it’s alot harder to adust to not having much to do without it then if you never used it as a way of coping in the first place … it’ll just take time and some effort to adapt.

    #1128629
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    @DaftFader 421317 wrote:

    yeah the thing is that because booze becomes a way of dealing with boredom and shitty emotions it’s alot harder to adust to not having much to do without it then if you never used it as a way of coping in the first place … it’ll just take time and some effort to adapt.

    cheers mate fingers crossed

    #1149900
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    @DaftFader 421317 wrote:

    yeah the thing is that because booze becomes a way of dealing with boredom and shitty emotions it’s alot harder to adust to not having much to do without it then if you never used it as a way of coping in the first place … it’ll just take time and some effort to adapt.

    cheers mate fingers crossed

    #1136017
    Avatarwickle
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    no rant! weekend has been a banger.

    #1170254
    Avatarwickle
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    no rant! weekend has been a banger.

    #1131957
    AvatarPike Tom Us
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    god damn queers..

    do my head in!

    #1168282
    AvatarPike Tom Us
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    god damn queers..

    do my head in!

    #1128630
    AvatarAnonymous

    GAAAH! SO MAD! they just cancelled out trafalgar square to redhill walk. because apparently, lambeth police have told us it’s unsafe as they’ve had extra police out in the last few nights to deal with gang violence.. and we’re not even walking through fucking lambeth! D: shouldn’t police be concerned with more pressing issues than ruining our charity walk?

    so to vent my extreme anger, i may possibly walk the 40 miles (and 16 hours) from brighton to redhill D:<<< as they're still allowed to do that one.

    #1149901
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    GAAAH! SO MAD! they just cancelled out trafalgar square to redhill walk. because apparently, lambeth police have told us it’s unsafe as they’ve had extra police out in the last few nights to deal with gang violence.. and we’re not even walking through fucking lambeth! D: shouldn’t police be concerned with more pressing issues than ruining our charity walk?

    so to vent my extreme anger, i may possibly walk the 40 miles (and 16 hours) from brighton to redhill D:<<< as they're still allowed to do that one.

    #1129243
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @harr!et 422806 wrote:

    GAAAH! SO MAD! they just cancelled out trafalgar square to redhill walk. because apparently, lambeth police have told us it’s unsafe as they’ve had extra police out in the last few nights to deal with gang violence.. and we’re not even walking through fucking lambeth! D: shouldn’t police be concerned with more pressing issues than ruining our charity walk?

    I’m a bit confused as I’m originally from South London (born in Lewisham and grew up in Catford and New Cross) and yes, you wouldn’t normally walk through Lambeth to get to Redhill.

    However the metpol divisional boundaries have all changed and “Lambeth” cops probably do cover a much wider area than when I used to live there.

    I think what cops are doing though is stuff like this as a barganing method against budget cuts – by cancelling “nice middle class” activities they make people angry in the hope they will say to Boris Johnson “spend more money on policing” or (even more wishful thinking) they will miraculously grass on anyone they think are “gangsters”..

    #1151005
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @harr!et 422806 wrote:

    GAAAH! SO MAD! they just cancelled out trafalgar square to redhill walk. because apparently, lambeth police have told us it’s unsafe as they’ve had extra police out in the last few nights to deal with gang violence.. and we’re not even walking through fucking lambeth! D: shouldn’t police be concerned with more pressing issues than ruining our charity walk?

    I’m a bit confused as I’m originally from South London (born in Lewisham and grew up in Catford and New Cross) and yes, you wouldn’t normally walk through Lambeth to get to Redhill.

    However the metpol divisional boundaries have all changed and “Lambeth” cops probably do cover a much wider area than when I used to live there.

    I think what cops are doing though is stuff like this as a barganing method against budget cuts – by cancelling “nice middle class” activities they make people angry in the hope they will say to Boris Johnson “spend more money on policing” or (even more wishful thinking) they will miraculously grass on anyone they think are “gangsters”..

    #1128631
    AvatarAnonymous

    @harr!et 422806 wrote:

    GAAAH! SO MAD! they just cancelled out trafalgar square to redhill walk. because apparently, lambeth police have told us it’s unsafe as they’ve had extra police out in the last few nights to deal with gang violence.. and we’re not even walking through fucking lambeth! D: shouldn’t police be concerned with more pressing issues than ruining our charity walk?

    so to vent my extreme anger, i may possibly walk the 40 miles (and 16 hours) from brighton to redhill D:<<< as they're still allowed to do that one.

    sorry to hear that, think you will do the long walk?

    #1149903
    AvatarAnonymous

    @harr!et 422806 wrote:

    GAAAH! SO MAD! they just cancelled out trafalgar square to redhill walk. because apparently, lambeth police have told us it’s unsafe as they’ve had extra police out in the last few nights to deal with gang violence.. and we’re not even walking through fucking lambeth! D: shouldn’t police be concerned with more pressing issues than ruining our charity walk?

    so to vent my extreme anger, i may possibly walk the 40 miles (and 16 hours) from brighton to redhill D:<<< as they're still allowed to do that one.

    sorry to hear that, think you will do the long walk?

    #1128632
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    @General Lighting 422814 wrote:

    I’m a bit confused as I’m originally from South London (born in Lewisham and grew up in Catford and New Cross) and yes, you wouldn’t normally walk through Lambeth to get to Redhill.

    However the metpol divisional boundaries have all changed and “Lambeth” cops probably do cover a much wider area than when I used to live there.

    I think what cops are doing though is stuff like this as a barganing method against budget cuts – by cancelling “nice middle class” activities they make people angry in the hope they will say to Boris Johnson “spend more money on policing” or (even more wishful thinking) they will miraculously grass on anyone they think are “gangsters”..

    i think lambeth covers quite a big area.. but we weren’t walking anywhere near there really. our route was main, well-lit roads. i’m so mad. how is it any of the polices business? i’m either going to walk from brighton, which is twice as far and will kill me, or from trafalgar still. except instead of a big group of us, it’s just gonna be us 3 girls and we’ll meet the rest at wimbledon.

    #1149905
    AvatarAnonymous

    @General Lighting 422814 wrote:

    I’m a bit confused as I’m originally from South London (born in Lewisham and grew up in Catford and New Cross) and yes, you wouldn’t normally walk through Lambeth to get to Redhill.

    However the metpol divisional boundaries have all changed and “Lambeth” cops probably do cover a much wider area than when I used to live there.

    I think what cops are doing though is stuff like this as a barganing method against budget cuts – by cancelling “nice middle class” activities they make people angry in the hope they will say to Boris Johnson “spend more money on policing” or (even more wishful thinking) they will miraculously grass on anyone they think are “gangsters”..

    i think lambeth covers quite a big area.. but we weren’t walking anywhere near there really. our route was main, well-lit roads. i’m so mad. how is it any of the polices business? i’m either going to walk from brighton, which is twice as far and will kill me, or from trafalgar still. except instead of a big group of us, it’s just gonna be us 3 girls and we’ll meet the rest at wimbledon.

    #1129244
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @harr!et 422818 wrote:

    i think lambeth covers quite a big area.. but we weren’t walking anywhere near there really. our route was main, well-lit roads. i’m so mad. how is it any of the polices business?

    its odd that Lambeth division get involved there is only a very slim chance your route would take you into their area (hardly think you are going to all walk down Streatham High Road) but its same reason why raves are supposed to be licensed. Also in your case most probably a psychological tactic. I bet they wouldn’t have locked off a similar walk by women in their 40s or 50s, but the cops want to make you angry against young lads what might be gangsters rather than perhaps tolerate them or even look up to them. When cops feel they aren’t given enough conventional power they use other methods to divide up society..

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