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Post by tom »

New article has been posted with words of wisdom from Marty. Well worth a read.


Post by M »

Thank you Tom, not sure how "well worthy" of a read it is, however :-
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Post by Barnsley BXer »

I think that is a great introduction to anybody new to this site.Good work Marty
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Post by Vanny »

Hoorah for the stupid question askers i say :D

There are no stupid questions, only stupid mistakes, my god i know about stupid mistakes :(

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Post by ed4ferrets »

jonkw wrote:We also have next months as well courtesy of Tom, which I will post when I get back from my Spanish trip (hopefully) 8)
Hope you have good trouble free trip Jon :wink:

Good article Marty, well worth the time taken to read it 8)

Thanks for the tolerance guys, without which I would have been toast long before now :shock:
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