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    If your teacher had given you a job as milk monitor you might have been satisfied and not needed to monitor the Daily Mail. You can never tell what small things come back to us later in life.

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    There were no milk monitors where I went to primary school, just one headmistress and one teacher for 60 children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CB100 View Post
    If your teacher had given you a job as milk monitor you might have been satisfied and not needed to monitor the Daily Mail. You can never tell what small things come back to us later in life.

    My mother would not have allowed a newspaper like the Daily Mail to be in the house.

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    Has it always been so dreadful? I can't remember.

    Quote Originally Posted by lankou View Post
    My mother would not have allowed a newspaper like the Daily Mail to be in the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CB100 View Post
    If your teacher had given you a job as milk monitor you might have been satisfied and not needed to monitor the Daily Mail. You can never tell what small things come back to us later in life.
    Yes, I would imagine that lankou is a special constable as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Road_Hog View Post
    Yes, I would imagine that lankou is a special constable as well.
    I am far too short for that, I find merely being a devious underhanded ******* keeps the local crime rate to near zero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lankou View Post
    I am far too short for that, I find merely being a devious underhanded ******* keeps the local crime rate to near zero.
    "Contrary to popular belief there are no height restrictions for becoming a police officer."

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    As a special constable you can do all sorts of monitoring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Road_Hog View Post
    "Contrary to popular belief there are no height restrictions for becoming a police officer."

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    There were when I was young enough to be one.

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    I cannot quite see why anybody would object to the press being monitored. Some people arppear quite happy to believe any newspaper they happen to glance at but some of us would like to read the actual facts rather than the press version of them,be it the Guardian's version or that of the Daily Mail.
    This is England and .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by lankou View Post
    There were when I was young enough to be one.
    "Basic eligibility requirements are the same for the specials as for joining the regular police force; you must be over the age of 18 and there is no upper age limit,"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Road_Hog View Post
    "Basic eligibility requirements are the same for the specials as for joining the regular police force; you must be over the age of 18 and there is no upper age limit,"

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    I am well beyond the age limit.

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