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Dear all,

Apologies for my few rather 'angry' posts recently.

Depression (diagnosed) not helped by the weather.

Best wishes,

Keith



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On 13 Feb, 15:34, "Keith \(Dorset\)"
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Dear all,
Apologies for my few rather 'angry' posts recently.
Depression (diagnosed) not helped by the weather.
Best wishes,


What angry posts?! ;o) Your threads have generated lots of very
interesting posts and discussions. I enjoy them very much. Take care
of yourself and look forward to reading you again soon.

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In message , "Keith (Dorset)"
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Dear all,

Apologies for my few rather 'angry' posts recently.

Depression (diagnosed) not helped by the weather.

We all make angry posts occasionally, Keith. Often without a reason.
You are entitled to be angry now and again. Never mind, spring is on
its way
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Keith (Dorset) wrote:
Dear all,

Apologies for my few rather 'angry' posts recently.

Depression (diagnosed) not helped by the weather.

Best wishes,

Keith


That's OK keith,forget it.
Trouble is none of us can follow Kipling's advice these days -

"Take a large hoe and a shovel or so,
And dig till you gently perspire."

(The Camel's Hump.")

Roll on Spring!


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"Keith (Dorset)" wrote in message
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Dear all,

Apologies for my few rather 'angry' posts recently.
Depression (diagnosed) not helped by the weather.
Best wishes, Keith


No problem Keith, happens to the best of us.....
Hadn't even thought you were very angry at all :~)

Spring will be here sooner than you think so keep 'yer chin up
Jenny


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"Keith (Dorset)" wrote in message
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Dear all,

Apologies for my few rather 'angry' posts recently.

Depression (diagnosed) not helped by the weather.


Hehe;
this is such a crossposted newsgroup and there have been such grumpy
exchanges here (not so many recently I must admit)
that I certainly never noticed.
This weather does MY head in. I am cranky at the best of times but dark
windy wet januarys make me want to hit someone or vote conservative. Also
being beaten by France at rugby with 90 seconds to go has me very irate.
SO, you need not apologise at all I reckon :-).

Des in Dublin




Best wishes,

Keith



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"Keith (Dorset)" wrote in message
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Dear all,

Apologies for my few rather 'angry' posts recently.

Depression (diagnosed) not helped by the weather.


Hehe;
this is such a crossposted newsgroup and there have been such grumpy
exchanges here (not so many recently I must admit)
that I certainly never noticed.
This weather does MY head in. I am cranky at the best of times but dark
windy wet januarys make me want to hit someone or vote conservative. Also
being beaten by France at rugby with 90 seconds to go has me very irate.
SO, you need not apologise at all I reckon :-).

Does being beaten at Croker count as a real defeat? :-)


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"Des Higgins" wrote in message
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"Keith (Dorset)" wrote in message
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Dear all,

Apologies for my few rather 'angry' posts recently.

Depression (diagnosed) not helped by the weather.


Hehe;
this is such a crossposted newsgroup and there have been such grumpy
exchanges here (not so many recently I must admit)
that I certainly never noticed.
This weather does MY head in. I am cranky at the best of times but dark
windy wet januarys make me want to hit someone or vote conservative.
Also being beaten by France at rugby with 90 seconds to go has me very
irate. SO, you need not apologise at all I reckon :-).

Does being beaten at Croker count as a real defeat? :-)


STOP REMINDING ME!!!
AAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh. It still hurts

Des




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On 14 Feb, 16:22, "Des Higgins" wrote:
Hehe;
this is such a crossposted newsgroup and there have been such grumpy
exchanges here (not so many recently I must admit)


They're are all screaming at each others in uk.food+drink.misc ;o)

that I certainly never noticed.
This weather does MY head in. I am cranky at the best of times but dark
windy wet januarys


February ... we're in February now. You can come out ... roll eyes

make me want to hit someone or vote conservative.

Now this sounds really serious!

Also
being beaten by France at rugby with 90 seconds to go has me very irate.
SO, you need not apologise at all I reckon :-).


Tee hee ... C'etait un miracle ))



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On 13 Feb, 10:07, sam wrote:
Trouble is none of us can follow Kipling's advice these days -

"Take a large hoe and a shovel or so,
And dig till you gently perspire."


Then notice the grass, as tall as yer ****
And mow till you quickly expire.

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On 14 Feb, 16:22, "Des Higgins" wrote:
Hehe;
this is such a crossposted newsgroup and there have been such grumpy
exchanges here (not so many recently I must admit)


They're are all screaming at each others in uk.food+drink.misc ;o)

that I certainly never noticed.
This weather does MY head in. I am cranky at the best of times but dark
windy wet januarys


February ... we're in February now. You can come out ... roll eyes

make me want to hit someone or vote conservative.

Now this sounds really serious!

Also
being beaten by France at rugby with 90 seconds to go has me very irate.
SO, you need not apologise at all I reckon :-).


Tee hee ... C'etait un miracle ))


grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr


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On 13 Feb, 10:07, sam wrote:
Trouble is none of us can follow Kipling's advice these days -

"Take a large hoe and a shovel or so,
And dig till you gently perspire."


Then notice the grass, as tall as yer ****
And mow till you quickly expire.

Wish I'd learnt that at school!


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