The original threads were finished. The issues I discussed in them were resolved. There is no need for me to update them. I have provided only incidental / supplementary information in this thread. It is only you that assumes there is still something in the old topics that you can, in some rather pathetic way, use against me. I'd give up if I were you.
Notwithstanding what I have just said, how on Earth could a quadcopter be monitoring that arborlad? Don't you think a quadcopter would be overkill and, indeed, a highly impracticable method of monitoring that type of situation - it's battery would likely run out well before anybody got the chance to drive over land which you, without any evidence, suppose is disputed. CCTV would be a much better option for my neighbour, but as I said monitoring is not needed. You are obviously getting desperate to justify the ridiculous statements you continue to make. I have already told you that we put up a wall many years ago so it would be impossible for us to drive over our neighbour's land even if we wanted to.arborlad wrote: ↑Tue May 28, 2019 10:22 amThis is the type of problem the quadcopter may be monitoring...............
What you mean is: you have no answer to any of the perfectly valid points I raised. The good thing about this forum is that what I wrote is a matter of record. It is not a diatribe; and I'd encourage any visitors to this thread to actually read what I wrote and judge for themselves which of us is being unreasonable here.
Setting aside all of arborlad's absurdity for the moment, it seems that we now have another illegal use for pervi-copters: thin and crispy's deluded mates in "Extinction Rebellion" are, according to the BBC, planning a criminal program of drone flights to close down Heathrow airport - and thereby prevent normal working people from going on their holidays - during June and July. What they haven't thought through is how their irate spokesman Emma Thompson is going to jet in from LA (or wherever) for her next bit of publicity?
Still think pervi-copters are a good thing, thin and crispy?