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stevejet6621/12/2019 15:27:32
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It amazes me how one simple question can lead to an endless tiring thread with all the politics thrown in to go with it. forum police i call um.

Robin Etherton21/12/2019 15:36:57
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I know exactly what you mean.

alex nicol21/12/2019 16:24:57
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IMHY far to many keyboard warriors combined with the snowflake society in which we all live and the ability to interpret emails in a completely different manner in which they're written.

PS, bet this turns into a lengthy thread

Happy Posting to all

Pete B - Moderator21/12/2019 16:49:05
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There's a bunch of mods sitting here wondering what this thread is about....dont know

Go on - give us a clue.....wink 2

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Don Fry21/12/2019 16:58:07
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Now Pete. You are being provocative and opaque. It is clearly an argument, looking for a subject.

Bob Cotsford21/12/2019 17:01:09
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Posted by Don Fry on 21/12/2019 16:58:07:

Now Pete. You are being provocative and opaque. It is clearly an argument, looking for a subject.

oh no it isn't!cheeky

is it pantomime season already?

Pete B - Moderator21/12/2019 17:09:44
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Posted by Don Fry on 21/12/2019 16:58:07:

Now Pete. You are being provocative and opaque. It is clearly an argument, looking for a subject.

We really do need a 'Like' button here...teeth 2

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KiwiKid21/12/2019 19:53:36
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On RCGroups someone coined the phrase "jet talk" which refers to some of the cat fights the jet guys get into, mainly due to the fact that they come across as arrogant prats. It's quite funny to watch actually as some threads start off all nice and civil, but then someone makes a comment which someone else takes exception to and she's all on with different factions piling in with apparently old scores to settle. It's like watching a cock fight with the odd peacock thrown in for good measure.

McG 696921/12/2019 20:09:50
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... 'PEACE ON EARTH', gents...

... by the way, for those being mighty busy with 'whatever opaque'...

... it's nearly Christmas time...

But a 'like' button remains a great idea, Pete. yes

Cheers

Chris

alex nicol21/12/2019 20:16:35
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Thread's developing nicely................ Any guess's as to how many pages it'll go to

john stones 121/12/2019 20:17:57
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Posted by alex nicol on 21/12/2019 20:16:35:

Thread's developing nicely................ Any guess's as to how many pages it'll go to

No idea. wink

Ray Wood 421/12/2019 20:47:42
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Count me in 😀 26 ??

Don Fry21/12/2019 20:52:22
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18. Off to bed.

Former Member21/12/2019 23:49:10
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cymaz22/12/2019 04:18:21
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Can we have some more modern icons please, maybe different designs? It’s been several years since they were changed.

Very few get used face 22

Peter Miller22/12/2019 08:24:37
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Actually tyhis thread is showing a far higher level of intelligence than vast tracts of one that I can think of.

Glyn4422/12/2019 08:45:44
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It’s time YOUR wives found you a job, two around the house to do, instead of wasting time like this!

KiwiKid22/12/2019 09:05:16
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Aye there's the thing you see - holiday season with time on your hands to do some serious thinkin'.

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Don Fry22/12/2019 09:37:36
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Posted by Tom Sharp 2 on 21/12/2019 23:49:10:

Think I need a dog.

Very useful. There I was an hour ago, wondering what I was going to cook for tea, and one of my whippets caught a pheasant. In flight mind. So there we have it. Casserole of pheasant, chanterelle, and dumplings.

cymaz22/12/2019 09:39:06
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Posted by Don Fry on 22/12/2019 09:37:36:
Posted by Tom Sharp 2 on 21/12/2019 23:49:10:

Think I need a dog.

Very useful. There I was an hour ago, wondering what I was going to cook for tea, and one of my whippets caught a pheasant. In flight mind. So there we have it. Casserole of pheasant, chanterelle, and dumplings.

Is that the names of the two pheasants?wink

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