Do you know where to get Costa Coffee 24 hours a day in Medway?
Here’s where to get Costa Coffee 24 hours a day in Medway…Moto services on the M2. Known to old school locals as Farthing Corner, I think the official term these days is ‘Moto Medway Services’ but whatever it’s called, it’s a great place to get coffee made by professional barista’s – any time of the day or night!
For those who know the site but may not have been there in a while, here’s how it looks now:
As part of the ongoing works to introduce M&S to the list of major brands on the site, the Costa unit has now moved. Don’t worry, it’s just been moved to the old seating area over the bridge walkway and it now has it’s very own seating area. It is a little smaller but there are other areas to sit. Things have changed and we now have Greggs the bakers to compliment the WH Smiths that has always been there. You know they do Krispy Kremes in there right?
My wife and I have been unashamedly addicted to Costa Coffee since we lived in London back in 2008. We’ve visited most of the Costa’s in South East London and Kent and this is by far the best in terms of coffee consistency. Dockside is a close second and the quality has improved tenfold since they opened a few months back.
Should you choose to visit Moto Medway Services in the early hours, you can still be assured that you will receive a top quality drink. It’s not like the old days, the current night staff are all friendly and really do excel at making drinks!
Being self-employed means that I work strange hours. To know that I can work through to finish a project until 2am and STILL be able to have a coffee break in tru Costa style is of huge value to me as a businessman.
Personally I go there to do business and chill at the same time. Where else can you do that 24 hours a day?
I am currently working on a project with our good friend (and fellow ex-employee of Costa) Shakira to offer lead generation jobs to driven people looking to generate income through real-life business opportunities. More information can be found here: KW Systems (Feel free to contact, you know where we can meet!)
Another bonus – 20% off your Costa Coffee 24 hours a day in Medway
Here’s where you can get the app: http://www.moto-way.com/app check it everytime you go because 20% off is on offer every few days. My wife and I spend £7 on a round of coffee. When the app is on, that’s reduced to £5.60. It’s a big difference when you visit as much as we do!
Click the link to download the app – I’m an iPhone user but I’m pretty sure it’s available on most mobile platforms!
OK, now here’s exactly where to get Costa Coffee 24 hours a day in Medway
In a surprise Facebook drugs u-turn, they reconsidered their decision NOT to remove the group we reported for violating the TOS. This was how it read: ‘We revised our decision on your report of Diazepam Tablets’
Why the Facebook drugs u-turn?
This was following our SEO campaign last week to raise awareness about this issue. Children and vulnerable adults were able to gain access to the illegal sale of prescription drugs through these seemingly unregulated groups.
Here’s the blog we posted after they refused to remove the group for NOT violating the TOS
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It sounds like a crazy statement to make doesn’t it? It’s not. I’m going to show you how to buy pretty much any drug you want on Facebook. And Facebook are OK with it.
Here’s a little background and my reasons for this blog; This is not information I wanted to make public for personal reasons, but in order to make the point stick I’ll need to explain a few things to you in order for this to make sense.
You may be asking ‘why were you on Facebook searching for Diazepam?’ Allow me to explain. (to speed read, skip down to The search for ‘advice’)
My personal experience of Diazepam began when my wife was prescribed it following the traumatic loss of her Mother in November 2013. To be fair, at first it helped. It really did assist in managing grief beyond comprehension. The dose had to be increased over time to maintain it’s effectiveness and it soon became freely available upon request. It took the dose to reach 15 mg a day before the deadly potential of this drug was realised.
So I’m sat in the living room writing blogs and was about to play a bit of Xbox while my wife hops into a nice hot bath to relax before going to bed. A few minutes later I get up to answer the call of nature. As I pass the bathroom door I hear a strange noise I can only describe as ‘calamitous’. As I enter the bathroom I see my wife completely submerged in water, motionless and with blood on her head. For a short moment my world ended.
I dragged her out and brought her around (by inadvertently burning her bum on the radiator!) and called 999. The paramedic checked her over and concluded that she must have ‘passed out’ when she’d stood up. Something to do with the heart not pumping fast enough when you stand up quickly. She’d hit her head on the taps on the way down. She had literally ‘knocked herself spark-out’ as a result of combining a hot bath with the sedative properties of Diazepam.
My wake up call was the realisation that if I had been playing the Xbox and had not walked past and heard the fall, I’d now be a widower and my two boys would be without a mother.
They fail to tell you this potential when they hand them out like Smarties at the doctors and there’s no ‘check’ after a month to assess the patients. The last part of this addiction is the most challenging and it is said that it’s harder to quit than heroin! She did try cutting it out completely at one point but was then advised to go back on it after suffering severe illness as a result of the addiction.
Since that awful night, she’s reduced down to 2mg per day and is only using due to the physical dependance that prolonged use (over a month) brings.
I am happy to say that my wife has now overcome the trauma and is back to reality, with a totally different outlook on life, running around after the kids and helping me manage the business.
The search for ‘advice’
She was actually searching for advice on how to get off the last 2 mg and looking for support groups to see what others are doing. These are Facebook Groups that anyone can create and manage. I’m in a lot of WordPress groups for example.
My wife typed in ‘Diazepam‘ and the first result was the group named ‘Diazepam Tablets‘. She was shocked to find people openly offering all types of prescription and non-prescription drugs being offered for sale. No prescription, no questions asked. They prey on those with insomnia, offering solutions without prescription.
If you were wondering how to buy drugs on Facebook, you need look no further. This group caters for all your narcotic needs and has a comprehensive list of all available drugs. There’s even a link to a website that say’s nothing about the addictive properties of the drugs they sell.
Here’s just a small part of a list posted by one group member:
Activis 5mg 1000 x £250
MSJ 10mg (tub) 1000 x 170
Mano Diaz 10mg (tub)1000 x £150
Roche 10mg (strips)1000 x £230
Activis 10mg (strips) 1400 x £375
Shalins 10mg (strips) 1000 x £200
Restoril 30mg caps in strips 1000 x £550
Normison 20mg jelly eggs in strips 1400 x £550
Activis 7.5mg (strips)1400 x £250
Sanofi 3.75mg (strips) 1400 x £125
Alprazolam Xanax 2mg bars (GG’s) 1000 x £450
Pfizer 1mg 1000 x £210
Parke Davis 1mg 1000 x £200
Tranax 1mg (Indian brand) 1000 x £190
Malay Tiger IM oils
Trenhexal 76mg/1.5ml £60
Decanol 200mg/ml £40
Silendemax 100mg/tab 1000 x £300 Kamagra jellies 100mg/sachet £15 per pack (single 7 sachet box) PM for bulk orders for massive discounts.
Here’s another seller, he’s even posting a picture of the boxes in an attempt to prove authenticity! Why would you not trust an online drug dealer?
This seller is even offering Speed £100 an oz, Weed £210 an oz,MDMA £300 x an oz, Hash £60 an oz and a whole host of other ILLEGAL street drugs. Even Ketamine is also available further down. It’s a pharmaceutical dreamscape!
Are the advertisers condoning drug sales? Are they aware?
On the right of the page are adverts for Comic Relief! Isn’t that fronted by the lovely Davina McCall? She’s known for overcoming her own personal addiction issues in the past and has been extremely successful despite this. Do you think she would condone this kind of irresponsible drug advertising in her name?
In truth, these groups are a haven for scammers, many people complaining about being ripped off. It’s not exactly a safe transaction.
Payment methods are varying from Paypal to Western Union and other similar online systems, most of which are not traceable.
OK, now all the pill-heads are off getting scammed by fake accounts, here’s a bit more about Diazepam…
What is Diazepam? Specific information about the drug can be found on the NHS Medicines Guidelines website. Diazepam used to be marketed as ‘Valium’ by Hoffmann-La Roche, and is a benzodiazepinedrug. Here is an article on WikiPedia about Diazepam and it’s effects explained in layman’s terms. My simple explanation is that it stops you ‘caring’. It takes the edge off by stopping you worrying about consequences.
It’s often abused on the street by mixing it with alcohol to produce a dazed state. Apparently enjoyable but with no personal experience it’s only the word on the street. Younger people buy it for around £20 for a strip of tablets. The more mature users buy in much larger quantities believing this to be their ‘safety’ net for the hard times in life.
Here’s Facebook’s response to reporting the group: (TWICE!)
So, any vulnerable adults and kids wanting to know How to buy drugs on Facebook?
There’s no age limit! There’s no restrictions. Just pay with an online payment system and you’re good. Don’t worry if the group gets taken down, another will be along shortly. If you don’t get your pills, just post in the group and, well, not a lot happens…
It’s really simple to find these kinds of groups. Just search in the Facebook Search Bar and find a group selling your tipple. If you’re really, really stupid, you’ll believe that these highly addictive, life-wrecking, pharmaceutical time-bombs will actually help you sleep at night. That’s what the sellers tell you anyway.
You know you can trust people selling drugs online right? That’s the other point; the consultation process. If it isn’t bad enough how easily that trained (and allegedly responsible) DOCTORS give highly addictive and potentially lethal drugs out like sweets, you can now get them with NO MEDICAL ADVICE AT ALL!
Why do I keep seeing ‘how to buy drugs on Facebook’?
OK, here’s the scoop: I run Medway SEO – a local web business based in Medway, Kent. I use SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) as my weapon of mass attention. Basically, I write blogs that list highly in Google, Bing, Yahoo and the other big boys of search. I’ve written this article to ensure it’s SEO rocket fuel – this is normally a service I provide for customers, bit this time it’s personal. You may call it an abuse of power, maybe it is.
I’ve used the keyword ‘buy drugs on Facebook‘ in an attempt to embarrass Facebook into taking action. Very soon, the top four search engines will list this post for the term ‘How to buy drugs on Facebook’. I know they are too big to monitor everything, but to have illegal activity blatantly taking place on their site is bad enough. To ignore it once reported as a concern is neglect. Not to mention quite possibly unlawful. Kent Police may even want to look at it.
If you agree that Facebook should place more value on this illegal and immoral activity and address the issue, please share this post. Please also report the group. Facebook are clearly happy to ignore the issue so I’ll help highlight the issue for them – my way.
Disclaimer: Kids, please don’t do drugs and don’t buy drugs on Facebook. Adults, stop trusting your doctor. They are the most effective drug dealers in the world and are paid to do so. Wise up before taking anything and do your research.
Friday 20th Feb was the date. Gravesend was the venue. Adam Jefferies was first on.
We met Peter from Universal Roofing in the car park and watched Adam warming up for the fight. Everything was ready, water, weight, mental focus.
As it sometimes happens in boxing, Adams opponent was changed at the last minute. I think he’s gone through 5 pull-outs before this one popped up. In my view he was a lot more experienced and heavier but hey, I’m no expert!
Nevertheless, Adam stepped up and didn’t appear phased by any of it. He put on a damned good show!
The judges concluded 2 rounds to 1 in the opponents favour. Some great shots thrown and good sportsmanship throughout the evening. Looking forward to the next event!