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Some years ago I was in Thailand our courier took a group of us for a massage it was a tiered room numbered 1 to 50 and you picked your masseuses, years later. My granddaughter went on work experience teaching children. Have since thought that a sponsorship program with doctors surgeries to do massage for seniors and have a social aspect as the Thai ladies? learned to speak our language could be done quite cheaply would keep people fitter therefore safer and to some degree their minds active. This could bolt on to the steps program. My experience was a lot of giggling from the English ladies as well as the Thai ladies as the UK men were a lot bigger than Thai men

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Geoff commented on How might we lower crime with design?

The police have to pass on their data and recommendations for other to carry out in my 50 yrs of driving have come down from 42 in a 30 to 33 in a 30 for speeding they recently installed average speed cameras in a speed black spot but still nothing telling you your speed. Your language in your experience nearly clicked out blue foam etc to most people it would mean nothing and it is education not experience. I am 72 and I would think your heart is in the right place.

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Geoff commented on How might we lower crime with design?

What I think is being said is that police forces ( & others ) should be proactive and look at black spots in each area and improve instead of punish. It's called continuous improvement.
James should maybe learn to talk in a more worldly friendly manner at this point he is speaking to the rest of the world and reserve the clever stuff for that more intimate audience.