Chappers, well done, that's almost an apology. That almost redeems you in my eyes. Please keep trying. We all know that spoiling the result of a TV show isn't exactly genocide, but it's annoying anyway.
BTW my avatar isn't a cartoon; both Wenlock and the hamster are real cuddly toys.
I think by the time you'd made your 'hurling personal insults' comment, I was the only one who used any sort of insulting expression. If you read carefully, you'll see it was posed as a question; "do you really not know that internet etiquette dictates that you don't give spoilers without a warning, or are you just a cock?"
At this point, you had the chance to say 'I'm terribly sorry, I didn't think, I'll edit the post' which would've meant that you didn't understand the etiquette.
Instead you came out with an load of rather ineffectual self-justification.
My opinion is that you posted the result with the express intention of spoiling it for others and that you are, therefore, a cock. If you don't like being called on it, don't do it again in future.
Crash Hamster, do you only look in the road for hazards then?
I'm building up a much clearer picture of your driving abilities, attitude and hazard perception.
You went on a speed awareness course but still don't accept you did anything wrong?
2. I'm sure you are
I may be the world's worst driver, but I'm a good enough observer to be able to copy someone's name without initially misspelling it.
Here endeth the mildly amused sarcasm.
Most road deaths are caused by people not paying attention; about 300 a year are in accidents where inappropriate use of speed is cited as a cause. More people per year die in stair-related accidents. (go google it yourselves, I'm busy!) The recent spate of London cyclist deaths don't seem to be speed-related, but down to one road user or another not paying attention, for whatever reason.
The big problem of the current over-emphasis on speed, with the consequent erroneous belief that 29.9mph in a 30 zone is in some way safe. All movement is dangerous to some extent. I'd still far rather have someone pass me at 35mph while paying attention than at 29.9mph while watching nowt but their speedo.