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josyb
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Re: Looking forward to seeing everyone here
josyb   10/29/2013 11:03:01 AM
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I make a vow to only resume posting if the APP-content gets salvaged. I may turn out too weak to withstand the call :)

BillWM
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Looking forward to seeing everyone here
BillWM   10/29/2013 8:57:53 AM
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Looking forward to seeing everyone here --  Hoping to also see all the APP content transfered over.

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Re: One of those Weekends!
sa_penguin   10/28/2013 9:20:40 PM
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Singing in a bar, you could be considered "tired and emotional" as per:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tired_and_emotional

 

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A new home
Alvie   10/28/2013 5:56:39 PM
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I guess we (readers and/or bloggers at APP) just found a new home.


It will be for certain as exciting as All Programmable Planet was. We have much to share, and much to learn. I must confess, I will miss APP - one of the few blogs I actually followed for some time, and for which I tried to contribute, despite my lack of time and language barrier.

Let's hope this new home improves on the already excellent one. It's surely only up to us to succeed.

So...
keep the blog entries rolling :)

Alvie.

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Re:This might just be an Aghhhhhh
Crusty1   10/28/2013 1:21:02 PM
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@Max : Rising damp

Just got the boxed set at a car boot sale for £2.00, so will be sitting down to look at Rigsby during the dark winter nights, along with all the episodes of Spooks.

How will I find time to blog?

 

Max The Magnificent
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Re:This might just be an Aghhhhhh
Max The Magnificent   10/28/2013 1:11:42 PM
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@Crusty: Did you use to watch "Rising Damp"?

Crusty1
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Re:This might just be an Aghhhhhh
Crusty1   10/28/2013 1:06:23 PM
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@Max I loved Rossiters scream at the end of each episode.

When this was first teleivised, we had a boss in the research lab, known by his initals JR, so when we techicians were upset by an decision of his, we would let rip with a Rossiter scream of frustration.

Max The Magnificent
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Re:This might just be an Aghhhhhh
Max The Magnificent   10/28/2013 12:58:32 PM
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@Crusty: C.J. from the Rise and fall of Reginald Perrin

Ah, now that was a good show...

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Re:This might just be an Aghhhhhh
Crusty1   10/28/2013 12:57:11 PM
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@Max: Crusty is still talking about himself in the third person

Max still finds this unsettling :-)

"!,2,3,4 make them wait outside some more" (C.J. from the Rise and fall of Reginal Iolanthe Perrin).

It's the role of a Crusty to make you unsettled.

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Re:This might just be an Aghhhhhh
tom-ii   10/28/2013 12:46:24 PM
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@Crusty:


You and me both!  I've already proven myself an idiot to the APP folks.  Now it's time to prove it to the rest of the world!

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