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Post by seawolf » 19 Apr 2013, 19:54

Is it just me or is it the forum clock, my posts are always timed one hour earlier than posted.

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Post by Eileen » 19 Apr 2013, 21:33

Hi Tom,
I have only just got round to changing mine. Look above in the FAQ to reset your time. The forum dose not appear to do it automatically
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Post by Graham from Derby » 20 Apr 2013, 07:34

What a great forum. time machine as well :lol:
Can I go back to 1950,s please, I left my youth there, I would like irt back :P

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Post by Eileen » 20 Apr 2013, 12:20

Me to Graham. Love to be fourteen again.
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Post by Graham from Derby » 20 Apr 2013, 18:03

Talking of time and going back. We have just come from a friends Golden Wedding. They got married 6 months before us. We used to go out every Saturday as a 4 some. then kid come along and you lose touch. Saw them once in the last 45 years but that must be years back. Ot of the Blue this invitation. Nice to see old friends again. Very pleasant Buffet. Then came the speech from Alan. Both he and Wendy do voluntry work. Wendy helps on the Diabetes clinic and Alan said he was a volunteer with the Physycopaths. I turned to Jenny and said I know Alan was a bit off beat at times but why work with Phsycopaths?
She burst out laughing. Alan is a keen Cyclist and it seems he helps with the CYCLE PATHS.
Must get some new batteries for my hearing aids.

But my world is a darn sight more interesting with my hearing :D
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Post by seawolf » 20 Apr 2013, 19:38

I have now done it Eileen, but had thought it would be automatic.

In my experience as a motorist Graham, I have found that a lot of people who use cycle paths are also phsycopaths, so you

probably heard right and your batteries were fine.

Tom
every time I think, I think I think a thought

I used to be indecisive, now I'm not so sure
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I'm a self made man. I just used shoddy materials.

If at first you don't succeed, Don't try SKYDIVING


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Post by Graham from Derby » 21 Apr 2013, 06:40

you are probably right Tom. Alan, my friend is a keen bike rider and he also used to own a Ford Capri. Says it all :lol:

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PS my time did update automatically. Strange
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