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RE: Port design

I've got to say, this forum is terrible.

 

I, once again, typed up a good length article and it didnt save it!!!!!!!! Bloody hell.

 

I didnt even have the option of disabling/enabling rich text (it just didnt work) and when I tried to return to it it was gone!

 

Unfortunately, had enough, migrating elsewhere and saying goodbye for another year my little gurkins.

 

All behave and back in latter 2013.

 

Mwwwahh

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RE: Port design RE: Port design

drummerman wrote:

I've got to say, this forum is terrible.

 

I, once again, typed up a good length article and it didnt save it!!!!!!!! Bloody hell.

 

I didnt even have the option of disabling/enabling rich text (it just didnt work) and when I tried to return to it it was gone!

 

Unfortunately, had enough, migrating elsewhere and saying goodbye for another year my little gurkins.

 

All behave and back in latter 2013.

 

Mwwwahh

 

That's a shame I was looking forward to reading about your port design :shifty:  Wink

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RE: Port design

I was looking forward to it as well...

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RE: Port design

Had potential. Could've been another port-noise complaint.

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ID. wrote:

Had potential. Could've been another port-noise complaint.

Superb! Worthy of Mr Everard himself.

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RE: Port design

I was going to ask what a gurkin was :?

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chebby wrote:
Superb! Worthy of Mr Everard himself.

Not chuffin' likely...

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Andrew Everard wrote:

chebby wrote:
Superb! Worthy of Mr Everard himself.

Not chuffin' likely...

That remark reflex well on you.

 

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Trefor Patten wrote:

I was going to ask what a gurkin was :?

I was a bit baffled too.

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chebby wrote:
I was a bit baffled too.

I find when I am infinitely baffled the best thing is to go with the flow, bung another one on the fire and pour a large Dimple – it's really not worth getting actively crossover, or it could be terminal...

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Andrew Everard wrote:

chebby wrote:
I was a bit baffled too.

I find when I am infinitely baffled the best thing is to go with the flow, bung another one on the fire and pour a large Dimple – it's really not worth getting actively crossover, or it could be terminal...

Damped if I didn't half wave goodbye to my cup of tea when I folded up in laughter. I should have braced myself first.

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