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You can take notes, you can't take notes?

Re: You can take notes, you can't take notes?

Postby miner » Wed Jul 30, 2014 1:50 am

Smouldering Stoat wrote:I apologise for being mildly cheeky. I had no idea you were so sensitive.

Presumably you will now be applying this high standard to your own posts to this board?


No offence taken, I assure you! But the definition, when I looked it up, was interesting.

My left-eye vision is a bit blurry just now, as I've had eye surgery today - lens replacement due to Glaucoma going back some years now and some angle/cataract issues. Left eye done today, other eye scheduled for next week.

Hey, with the above, maybe I am something of a geriatric after all! Seriously, though, at 67 I'm glad not to have any health issues per se. Have never ever smoked, and that probably helps.
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Re: You can take notes, you can't take notes?

Postby Russell » Wed Aug 27, 2014 9:47 am

I will try and answer the point raised here, and yes it was a great find Boo :) Will come back to this. Thank You all.
If you can't talk about the problem, how are you ever going to even start talking about the solution?
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