Psamathe wrote:That people spend money on such things sort of makes one wonder about our society. What is really important to us and why? And at least the latest top of the range HD recorder provides some extra features that might one day enable you to do something ... but a personalised number plate?
Bicycler wrote:It's the very definition of having too much money to spend. Money spent for the sake of it. Money that could be spent on improving somebody else's life being spent by those who obviously have all they could ever need in the world specifying lettering for personal vanity. Kind of thing that makes me think we need a modern day Robin Hood
Vantage wrote:Do cyclists not personalise their bikes? Stickers with the owners name on it?
Vantage wrote:see how many cyclists sell their £1000+ crappy fibre bling bikes to make do with a £150 iron tubed fully suspended Asda bike and giving the change to cancer research.
661-Pete wrote:That's a bit unfair, all I will say, not going to pitch into a strident debate about whether high-end bikes are only 'bling'! I will just say, two of my bikes are steel framed and elderly, but that doesn't make them 'Asda'...
BlueMeldon wrote:Hi XAP [Bob],
I'd bring it to the attention of the police, it's intentionally misrepresented and there's a hefty fine - if they choose to follow it up !!
The law must see these plates daily - perhaps the offence has been down-graded because the gov are making money out of it.
A friend of mine wore a T-shirt and he was advised to remove it or turn it inside out - priorities seem skewed these days.
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