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HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 8:37 am
by Moshe
A very merry Christmas and a happy new year and whatever other holidays you may be clebrating to all CWO members!

It has been pretty quiet round here of late, looking forward to more dixcusion and news on this forum in the new year.

Reminder to all members- engage in all debate in a civil and polite manner & do not get on the wrong side of the board rules, which are the normal rules of civilised, respectful social behaviour! One of our members had to be banned this year for constantly and persistently contravening everything!

All the best over the holiday season. Have fun!

Re: HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

PostPosted: Wed Dec 27, 2017 1:10 pm
by kev
Moshe wrote:A very merry Christmas and a happy new year and whatever other holidays you may be clebrating to all CWO members!

It has been pretty quiet round here of late, looking forward to more dixcusion and news on this forum in the new year.

Reminder to all members- engage in all debate in a civil and polite manner & do not get on the wrong side of the board rules, which are the normal rules of civilised, respectful social behaviour! One of our members had to be banned this year for constantly and persistently contravening everything!

All the best over the holiday season. Have fun!


Cheers Clive! I like the way you combine a holiday great and a wave of the big stick in one short but sweet posting! :lol: :merry_xmas: to you too!!

Re: HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 8:50 am
by Space Cowboy
kev wrote: and a wave of the big stick

Ah, memories of the fragrant Petra-Jane and her ilk ....... it certainly was lively back in the day :wink: :wink: :rofl3:

Re: HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 8:02 pm
by Moshe
Not waving a big stick! Not much need for a big stick as most members are exceptionally well behaved, if sometimes a bit elusive! I hope folks will post more in the new year!

I had forgotten Petra, my reference was to a more recent case of someone being banned.

I trust folk had a good Christmas. I spent Christmas day in the heart of rural sussex having loads to eat and drink! I intend to spend new years eve at home watching the telly, perhaps having a tipple.

A happy new year to all!