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scotjimland

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I've noticed some posts are 'piggybacked' onto old, dead, or unrelated threads.
This isn't a complaint, merely trying to advise that you will get more and better responses if you post a fresh question. :thumb:
It can also get very confusing for a reader when different questions are asked and answered in the same thread.
 

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Jeeez.. It was just SO temptng to post something like 'where have you been this month?' or somesuch Jim.. Sorry ::bigsmile:

But yes, I could not agree more with your sentiment.. Running several other forums I see this all the time and the hijacker rarely gets a full and worthwhile response
 
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Jeeez.. It was just SO temptng to post something like 'where have you been this month?' or somesuch Jim.. Sorry ::bigsmile:

Hiding in old threads ... :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

jeans and woolly jumper being the order of the day :winky:

Sorry.. went off topic.. slap on wrist :Blush:
 

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