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Old 02 November 2012, 15:34   #11
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Is there a danger that a 'RIB handling' section might run the risk of morphing into a 'Willy waving' section? (other genitalia is available, just used for illustrative purposes)
Wise words it seems.
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Old 02 November 2012, 18:17   #12
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"Willy waving' section"
reckon you're right
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Old 03 November 2012, 04:14   #13
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I would like to suggest the inclusion of a "RIB handling" section on the site for those that have specific handling tips or queries.
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Plenty of Books and videos on this already .
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Plenty of Books and videos on this already .
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But you could say that about the topic of every question raised on this forum.
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But you could say that about the topic of every question raised on this forum.
Yes very true sometimes good advice does come from rib net from peoples experiences and lessons learnt.

But to have a self promoting section on rib handling is not a good idea .
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Yes very true sometimes good advice does come from rib net from peoples experiences and lessons learnt.

But to have a self promoting section on rib handling is not a good idea .
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Yes Tim support you all the way on that

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