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Pretty disapointed with Glastonberry this year though I have just watched a re-run of the XX who were wonderful.

Mumford and Sons are a joke, simply one of the most derivative, exploitative pieces of crap I have ever heard, execrable!

 

Boggit - Just buy what ever PP says, save yourself the trouble of trying it yourself,

Then, if it doesn't work for you, you can get him to come round and sort it out for you, no problem.

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Boggit - Just buy what ever PP says, save yourself the trouble of trying it yourself,

Then, if it doesn't work for you, you can get him to come round and sort it out for you, no problem.

If had read my earlier responses you would have picked up on I advised a visit to local Leema dealer to hear the Elements range and see if that takes the OP's fancy.

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boggit wrote:

richardw42 wrote:

Bit of thread drift. 

Cant really stand Glastonbury or the coverage. But thaankyou BBC for introducing me to FIRST AID KIT. 

Listen to The Lions Roar. 

Listening on my headphones in bed First Aid Kit, yep I'm really loving them missed them on Glastonbury.

Good thread drift, thanks.

Mac I think you'd like them if you haven't got all there CDs !!

Love them! got The Lions Roar and The Black and the Blue is on my wish list

Can't believe I didn't recommend them to you!

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boggit wrote:

richardw42 wrote:

Bit of thread drift. 

Cant really stand Glastonbury or the coverage. But thaankyou BBC for introducing me to FIRST AID KIT. 

Listen to The Lions Roar. 

Listening on my headphones in bed First Aid Kit, yep I'm really loving them missed them on Glastonbury.

Good thread drift, thanks.

Mac I think you'd like them if you haven't got all there CDs !!

Love them! got The Lions Roar and The Black and the Blue is on my wish list

Can't believe I didn't recommend them to you!

Smile

Never heard of them. I'll to try and track down some of their music. Smile

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OK

Well I have bought them both i will be collecting later today and will let you all know how i get on, fingers crossed.

Just a big thank you for all your help not just on this thread but all the other posts ive read.

It seems a thankless task especially when people leave sarcastic side swip posts!

Ive even broken the news to Mrs boggit

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boggit wrote:

OK

Well I have bought them both i will be collecting later today and will let you all know how i get on, fingers crossed.

Just a big thank you for all your help not just on this thread but all the other posts ive read.

It seems a thankless task especially when people leave sarcastic side swip posts!

Ive even broken the news to Mrs boggit

Wow, that was quick. Please keep us informed.

One thing I will say about the Leema is it sounds good from the box. However, that is decieving because give a few weeks and IME I heard something different from the same bands/albums practically every time I played it.

Good luck.

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boggit wrote:

OK

Well I have bought them both i will be collecting later today and will let you all know how i get on, fingers crossed.

Just a big thank you for all your help not just on this thread but all the other posts ive read.

It seems a thankless task especially when people leave sarcastic side swip posts!

Ive even broken the news to Mrs boggit

And you're still able to use the PC?!

Smile 

Well done Mrs Boggit, you know it makes sense... a boy must have his toys.

Ignore the sarcasm, just enjoy the music.

Looking forward to your thoughts later.

Mac

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boggit wrote:

OK

Well I have bought them both i will be collecting later today and will let you all know how i get on, fingers crossed.

Just a big thank you for all your help not just on this thread but all the other posts ive read.

It seems a thankless task especially when people leave sarcastic side swip posts!

Ive even broken the news to Mrs boggit

... a boy must have his toys.

Mac

Amen to that.

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Good for you. 

Ive been dithering for the past few months on which Mac to buy and I still don't know. 

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Boggit - Just buy what ever PP says, save yourself the trouble of trying it yourself,

Then, if it doesn't work for you, you can get him to come round and sort it out for you, no problem.

If had read my earlier responses you would have picked up on I advised a visit to local Leema dealer to hear the Elements range and see if that takes the OP's fancy.

Sorry PP, not aimed at you at all.

Just my jovial commentary at the absurdity of letting someone else chose your system for you, whether that person is a well regarded reviewer or a person on a forum.

If you really can not audition the options, find a helpfull and informative dealer and get him to recommend the system, at least in that case you do have someone to sort things out should things not turn out quite right.

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plastic penguin wrote:

davedotco wrote:

Boggit - Just buy what ever PP says, save yourself the trouble of trying it yourself,

Then, if it doesn't work for you, you can get him to come round and sort it out for you, no problem.

If had read my earlier responses you would have picked up on I advised a visit to local Leema dealer to hear the Elements range and see if that takes the OP's fancy.

Sorry PP, not aimed at you at all.

Just my jovial commentary at the absurdity of letting someone else chose your system for you, whether that person is a well regarded reviewer or a person on a forum.

If you really can not audition the options, find a helpfull and informative dealer and get him to recommend the system, at least in that case you do have someone to sort things out should things not turn out quite right.

All very well, but some people wouldn't be comfortable

with seeking a dealers advice, then buying the kit elsewhere.

Mac

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plastic penguin wrote:

davedotco wrote:

Boggit - Just buy what ever PP says, save yourself the trouble of trying it yourself,

Then, if it doesn't work for you, you can get him to come round and sort it out for you, no problem.

If had read my earlier responses you would have picked up on I advised a visit to local Leema dealer to hear the Elements range and see if that takes the OP's fancy.

Sorry PP, not aimed at you at all.

Just my jovial commentary at the absurdity of letting someone else chose your system for you, whether that person is a well regarded reviewer or a person on a forum.

If you really can not audition the options, find a helpfull and informative dealer and get him to recommend the system, at least in that case you do have someone to sort things out should things not turn out quite right.

I don’t think anybody was laughing.

 

So if your opinion is correct there is absolutely no point in this forum!

Yes you grovel to PP now as a respected member but your comments were disrespectful to him, regardless that the comment were aimed at me.

 

The BBC provided many channels to watch if something did not appeal to you I suggest you turn over and not waste your time on slagging them off on a pointless forum.

Yes I’m a grown man and I make, made my own decision (read page 1 post 9).

I know the risk and I take it, knowing that I can, and do “sort things out should things not turn out quite right”  hence one of the reasons I don’t need a dealer, come to that point do you know a dealer who stocks a Leema Pulse II.

 

I ignored the first post with the distain it disserved, I don’t require a further comment or answer, your negative, narrow minded and rude comments may be more suited to the Daily Mirror forum.

 

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boggit wrote:

davedotco wrote:

plastic penguin wrote:

davedotco wrote:

Boggit - Just buy what ever PP says, save yourself the trouble of trying it yourself,

Then, if it doesn't work for you, you can get him to come round and sort it out for you, no problem.

If had read my earlier responses you would have picked up on I advised a visit to local Leema dealer to hear the Elements range and see if that takes the OP's fancy.

Sorry PP, not aimed at you at all.

Just my jovial commentary at the absurdity of letting someone else chose your system for you, whether that person is a well regarded reviewer or a person on a forum.

If you really can not audition the options, find a helpfull and informative dealer and get him to recommend the system, at least in that case you do have someone to sort things out should things not turn out quite right.

I don’t think anybody was laughing.

 

So if your opinion is correct there is absolutely no point in this forum!

Yes you grovel to PP now as a respected member but your comments were disrespectful to him, regardless that the comment were aimed at me.

 

The BBC provided many channels to watch if something did not appeal to you I suggest you turn over and not waste your time on slagging them off on a pointless forum.

Yes I’m a grown man and I make, made my own decision (read page 1 post 9).

I know the risk and I take it, knowing that I can, and do “sort things out should things not turn out quite right”  hence one of the reasons I don’t need a dealer, come to that point do you know a dealer who stocks a Leema Pulse II.

 

I ignored the first post with the distain it disserved, I don’t require a further comment or answer, your negative, narrow minded and rude comments may be more suited to the Daily Mirror forum.

 

I am happy to offer apologies if I caused offence, as I have discovered on another thread my attempts at deadpan style humour do not always come across as intended.

 

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Hey Boggit! did you pick up the gear?

Here's a track for you to try when you've got it set up...

Eisley – A Sight To Behold

I do hope you haven't been put off posting here.

Mac

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