Tom's ramblings

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Tom's ramblings

Post by Barnsley BXer »

I don't know if you're all like me,but I normally just dive straight into the forums.I've just had a look at"Tom's ramblings" and have found them interesting.If you've a moment to spare,I would advise you to do the same
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Post by Vanny »

I'll confess, i've only started readin them during the last week! I had decided that they where too daunting to sit and read in one go on the fly, but there so bloody well written <slighty envy> you can read them with ease, and they are well worth a read!

Not even found any spelling mistakes yet, Tom your a guinness!
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Post by tom »

Thanks for these kind words guys. I'm too thick to be able to work a spellchecker so I have to remember the order of the letters. It isn't "my" column though. If any other member has anything to contribute, your stories will be most welcome. Just email them to Jon.