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Ben

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"Desprate Gripper" is that a new Term for a Carpet Gripper?
 
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No - it is a term used by some to denote a guard who inspects tickets carefully (i.e. doing his job ;))...
 

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Coxster said:
No - it is a term used by some to denote a guard who inspects tickets carefully (i.e. doing his job ;))...
oh a Guard that would like to do his Duties in the correct Manner and keep his Job? ;)
 

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oh a Guard that would like to do his Duties in the correct Manner and keep his Job? ;)
And get any commision that's on offer - oh, and save passengers queuing up at the Excess Fares bit at their destination ;)
 

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A desperate one often lies to trick the passenger into paying more than he or she should.
 
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