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Glyno

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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #15 on: 14:58:10, 06/01/17 »
Glyno once again thankyou for your post
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A couple of years ago I did a outdoors blog for my local paper, a journalist friend said she liked my blog.
I told her that I was very dissapointed with the lack of feedback I was getting, she replied that if you want feedback you need to make it more contraversial. Chuck in a few juicy bits.

She was right!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If you look at this thread its had more hits in the last hour than the last week, remember any publicity is good publicity so feel to keep posting you are doing a good job.


You must be very proud of yourself.


Stealing to get attention is pathetic, I'd rather go unnoticed.

Glyno

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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #16 on: 14:59:28, 06/01/17 »

Well at least the debate is not about hostels vs climbing hut accomodation on this one  :)



who'd want to share a hut with a thief!

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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #17 on: 15:10:42, 06/01/17 »

who'd want to share a hut with a thief!

Something has clearly gone on in the past for such comments to be made publically instead of resolved sensibly between those concerned, feelings are obviously high on this issue as well as emotions but perhaps this is best not hung out on the forum and resolved amongst yourselves.
 
 
Not wishing to take sides or indeed having any knowledge of whats occured i will say i would happily share a hut with Stuart anytime  O0
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Glyno

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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #18 on: 15:17:56, 06/01/17 »


who'd want to share a hut with a thief!


Not wishing to take sides or indeed having any knowledge of whats occured i will say i would happily share a hut with Stuart anytime  O0


who mentioned Stuart?  :)

Rhino

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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #19 on: 15:31:21, 06/01/17 »

who mentioned Stuart?  :)

Emotions are very strong things to cope with if your not in control of them  :)
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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #20 on: 16:47:00, 06/01/17 »
Emotions are very strong things to cope with if your not in control of them


Dave,


Thanks for your input sorry you have got involved.


This has happened before and it will probably happen again, its an ongoing emotional blackmail saga.

As soon as Glyno feels he is losing a discussion he rakes up an old chestnut from years ago and tries to play the embarrassment card.

In return I try to be polite and pleasant I have offered to meet up and talk things over, even offered him accomodation in one of our superb properties (Twice) but to know avail.

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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #21 on: 17:21:47, 06/01/17 »
MWM, whenever we've had our 'discussions' (mainly regarding accommodation or photography) you've come across as superior and a condescending (a perfect example is your post at 11:20:53 today). If the subject is accommodation, then I've retaliated using accommodation, if it's been photography, then likewise.


I appreciate your offer of hut accommodation, I think I must have missed it.

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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #22 on: 17:46:31, 06/01/17 »
I have always felt that this forum is populated by friendly members who give and receive useful advice on walking matters, together with the occasional bit of light-hearted banter.  What no-one wants to read are posts from two members behaving like a couple of adolescent schoolgirls.  Can I therefore respectfully suggest that you take your arguments elsewhere?

Glyno

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« Reply #23 on: 18:03:30, 06/01/17 »
I have always felt that this forum is populated by friendly members who give and receive useful advice on walking matters, together with the occasional bit of light-hearted banter.  What no-one wants to read are posts from two members behaving like a couple of adolescent schoolgirls.  Can I therefore respectfully suggest that you take your arguments elsewhere?


oh, awight!  :)



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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #24 on: 18:23:43, 06/01/17 »
I appreciate your offer of hut accommodation, I think I must have missed it.


Glyno I have got a scottish trip on the meet ups board, name your date in April, if you are interested.

Chance to check out our accomodation, do some stunning hills with the chance of superb winter conditions, sort out differences.


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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #25 on: 18:46:25, 06/01/17 »
I'm going to take DevonDave's advice and challenge you to pistols at dawn - location to be a secret

midweekmountain

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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #26 on: 19:16:18, 06/01/17 »
I'm going to take DevonDave's advice and challenge you to pistols at dawn - location to be a secret

Look forward to it

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Re: 2016 best days out
« Reply #27 on: 01:06:42, 21/01/17 »
It's a new year, a fresh start and all that.

If there's any more name calling or arguments I'll slap your legs. Better still I'll send Rhino round, he's bigger than me   :knuppel2:
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