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Old 20 November 2014, 17:21   #121
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Old 21 November 2014, 09:44   #122
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Once the queue got as far back as Bristol, most would consider it better value to divert North and give you a dig!
They'd have to get past the Taunton mafia first & skirt around the Brierley Hill mob. I still wouldn't exactly be quaking in my boots
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Old 21 November 2014, 09:49   #123
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I still wouldn't exactly be quaking in my boots
You would be if you had PeterMcmanus threatening to slap you up!
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Old 21 November 2014, 10:16   #124
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Personally, I like the interaction with the more experienced members.



To 'fine tune' my requirements.



I don't want to have to trawl through hundreds of previous posts trying to find out what I want.



I do though.!!



Ribnet has been excellent for me but I do sit in the corner 'lurking' as I'm often afraid to ask a question in case I get shot down.

If you need to ask a question then ask it !! As they say, there are never stupid questions, only stupid answers,

on all forums there are clever people giving good advice to those of us that may lack a little experience within the field the question is regarding.

Then there are the people who think they are clever that answer a question/post in such a manner to make themselves look good, that's fair enough also, if you know it you know it,

Then there are the sarcastic replies that try to belittle people, everyone knows who they are, personally I have a very thick skin, and usually my answer to a sarcastic or un helpful reply is "ARSE"

Sorry for rambling, had a bad day !!
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Mmmmm that's a different slant on it, and you may be closer to the truth, I always try to give them the benefit of the doubt
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Old 21 November 2014, 11:06   #127
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Then there are the sarcastic replies that try to belittle people,
I actually reckon that there's very little of the above, unless the question contains similar or there's 'history' between the posters.

Believe me, this place is warm and fluffy compared to many forums. I use a skiing forum which scares me sometimes.
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I actually reckon that there's very little of the above, unless the question contains similar or there's 'history' between the posters.



Believe me, this place is warm and fluffy compared to many forums. I use a skiing forum that scares me sometimes.

Mollers, I find rib.net ok also, was just a generic answer to the issues that have been raised, it happens on every forum I am a member on. And no it's not me !!

Before you start !! Lol
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Honestly ,Warm and Fluffy?? Really.. you really do give out some sh@te on here.
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For the sake of being the 'bigger' man, I'll again ignore your ridiculous, childish slapping threats.
Yes but what happened to all the Legal threats and remarking that you should be looked up to know who he was dealing with??

Oh and then you found the edit button..

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when I reminded you the threats you had just made to a member..

I did look you up on the net and all I found was a guy Called Alice who likes dressing up in ladies underwear" so Im only guess that must be someone else.

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Can you imagine the abuse that the ski forums get if Mollers thinks this is "Warm and Fluffy"
I wonder if his user name on there Dumb and Dumber?
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