Its a shame


Its a shame but the rats are starting to leave the ship, its not sinking yet so maybe some more rats may come aboard :-))

Martin P

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Perhaps warmer weather will re-activate the interest?

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Dave Croft

Or just keeping one foot on four ships at the same time, perhaps?

Regards, DJC

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There's still plenty of snow on the ground here, and we got a -35F windchill warning yesterday morning - I don't think spring will be turning up for at least another month, so I'm not tinkering around with anything up in the workshop until then :-)

Sad to say, but I really can't handle web-based forums; I read every message on the usenet groups that I'm interested in and help if I can, but I find web forums far too slow and unwieldy for that and my attitude tends to just be hit & run (if I bother at all) :-(



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Jules Richardson

Still got an ear turned this way Martin.


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Andrew Marshall

We were somewhere around Barstow, on the edge of the desert, when the drugs began to take hold. I remember Andrew Marshall saying something like:

Ditto, as a mostly lurker. I tend to let the messages build up and then work my way down through a cascade of replies. I've noticed this past

12months has seen the volume decrease by nearly 2/3rds.
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