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Old 05 February 2006, 05:01   #11
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its our usa friends keeping everything alive at the mo..


Hey Andy, hope the kitchen is going well, have you decided on one yet and will you fit it yourself or get the guys in?
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Old 05 February 2006, 05:57   #12
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Hey Andy, hope the kitchen is going well, have you decided on one yet and will you fit it yourself or get the guys in?
I'm upto my eyeballs in Catalouges and Quotes at the moment....It seems my life is slipping away.....

I will have it fitted as I haven't the time to fit myself and there's a window to install as well as a radiator and shed loads of electrical work. It seems you can't touch electrical jobs either in the Kitchen or Bathroom or even outside anymore and need to get certificates for everything including building regs for the new kitchen window.
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Old 05 February 2006, 08:49   #13
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ohh not good but keep up the good work, have fun and the mrs will love you for it
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I'm upto my eyeballs in Catalouges and Quotes at the moment....It seems my life is slipping away.....

I will have it fitted as I haven't the time to fit myself and there's a window to install as well as a radiator and shed loads of electrical work. It seems you can't touch electrical jobs either in the Kitchen or Bathroom or even outside anymore and need to get certificates for everything including building regs for the new kitchen window.
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getting the balance right

getting the balance right is key, nice friendly banter and humour and fun are key to a long life and an interesting site. A couple of weeks ago things seemed to get out of hand but hopefully the characters will be back on line soon. Its a shame mollers is not posting at the moment as his comments did seem to add a bit of a spark and fun as did others.
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I have't been on for a bit - what on earth happened two weeks ago - it looks like I missed all the fun!

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I don't like it, it's too quiet...

It has gone a bit quiet, it does seem that a bit of friction certainly livens things up - the most popular threads recently seem to have been Rivas engine testing and Magnum's RIB.

I agree with the Huge One - a site needs banter and characters (where is Mollers?) otherwise it becomes worthy but dull.

However, if the past is any indication of the future, it won't be long before it all kicks off again...
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a site needs banter and characters (where is Mollers?) otherwise it becomes worthy but dull.
I agree, where is young mollers the fiesty cornwellian, seems odd not to have his off the wall humour gracing its presence on unsuspecting posters threads.
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It does appear to be extremely quiet at the moment aboard the good ship Ribnet.
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young mollers
The Mollers I met you certainly wouldn't describe as young!
Must have had years of bangin his 'ead on the rocks whilst surfing. Anyway he's not gone away, just searching for the barn he left his rib in
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The Mollers I met you certainly wouldn't describe as young!
Must have had years of bangin his 'ead on the rocks whilst surfing. Anyway he's not gone away, just searching for the barn he left his rib in
maybe young at heart then!!

yes must be a bit tricky trying to find his rib amongst all those bails of hay and straw and rat poo
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