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Hello again 09 Jun 2017 14:06 #21

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I have a vague memory of him turning up here, posting some doom predictions, getting shit for it then cant remember what happened next.
My observation would be that if you're too doomy for us lot then you're in trouble...
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Hello again 09 Jun 2017 18:33 #22

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Well blimey! I come on for weeks all alone, then finally slope off knowing SZ is truly over after all.... and you all have a gathering in the meantime. :D

Is it that I need to shower more often? :D
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Hello again 09 Jun 2017 23:54 #23

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wake_up_bomb wrote:
My observation would be that if you're too doomy for us lot then you're in trouble...

I tend to stop at economic doom, which as we know is "solved" by austerity, more debt and kicking the can down the road... and appeased by changing the establishment puppets every now and then because someone new and different will be different of course.

Cathar would go further, predicting earth doom. (which never seems to arrive, at least not anywhere near on the doom scale as predicted, all we get is weather and the usual seismic activity, same as ever)

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Well blimey! I come on for weeks all alone, then finally slope off knowing SZ is truly over after all.... and you all have a gathering in the meantime. :D

Is it that I need to shower more often? :D

Dunno, are people crossing the street as you get near? :chin:

Anyway, just want to say that i'll do what i can to keep the place ticking over, besides i feel like i owe you, i havent forgotten that you helped keep this server afloat back in the day. :)
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Hello again 11 Jun 2017 18:27 #24

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cantata wrote:
Well blimey! I come on for weeks all alone, then finally slope off knowing SZ is truly over after all.... and you all have a gathering in the meantime. :D

Is it that I need to shower more often? :D

Coincidence I guess, I got bored and remembered I'd forgotten about the forum and ah well... /looks down at feet embarrassed.
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Hello again 11 Jun 2017 20:40 #25

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cantata wrote:
Is it that I need to shower more often? :D

Saying nuffink :D

Except how's the elbow?

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Hello again 12 Jun 2017 20:28 #26

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:D

Okay, well I'm taking a leaf out of Queen Victoria's book and have scheduled a bath every month... whether I need it or not.

Ahhh, dubs darling, the elbow. Don't mention the elbow. The entire arm is locked in very much an oven ready chicken wing shape and can't be lifted, moved back or forth, bent or turned at the shoulder, elbow (especially) or the wrist. Now they are talking about a replacement plastic elbow if the physio doesn't work! :mad: I WANT MY ARM BACK!

Novum, thank you for keeping the forum going. I have always had "my money's worth" out of SZ. I owe it more than it owes me. :) LOL at andy forgetting about us! :D
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Hello again 12 Jun 2017 20:33 #27

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Whatever have you been up to Cantata? You've not been flinging yourself off horses and other beasts have you?

I'm very sorry to learn of your trouble. Elbows are such useful things. :(

Oh, and Spacey, I've been meaning to enquire how your little daughter is coming along. Is she bossing you about yet?
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Hello again 12 Jun 2017 21:53 #28

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Hi Gilly. Great to have you with us again. No, nothing as marvellous as flinging myself off horses. Sedately walking my dog on the hills I go to every day when *CRASH* I find out that hidden in the long grass are small tree trunk cut off of trees the council have been felling and leaving the grass to grow over. One tripped me over, another was waiting for my elbow. I sustained a complex break in which the entire elbow joint was shattered, so I now have nine pins holding it together - somewhat too determinedly! Plus the wrist and shoulder have seized up during this "healing" process, so I have a useless right arm.

Walking. Sedately.

But I plan to tell everyone up ahead that it's from that time I fought off a great white shark white scuba diving off the coast of South Africa. It sounds better. :D xx
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Hello again 12 Jun 2017 22:07 #29

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I'm sorry to hear that Cant, it sounds both painful and inconvenient.

Shark wrangling is certainly the preferable version - and oddly plausible from your good self. Probably that was when you were diving for hidden pirate treasure, for which you found a hand-drawn map, secreted in an old, dusty tome in a 2nd hand book shop.
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Hello again 12 Jun 2017 22:15 #30

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Ooooo, yes.... I'm liking that version better, thank you Gilly. :D That sure beats, "...walking the dog....". :emb:
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Hello again 13 Jun 2017 07:50 #31

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:( Sorry to hear that Cant.
No doubt such an injury has caused soft tissue damage as well hasn't it and this can be really painful and problematic in the recovery. The muscles and nerves can also build up the tension when they are forced to carry the load of the injury and they can complain loudly when they're then being asked to go back to the old positions.
Obviously physio is designed to address these things but it only does so much and doesn't always do a full job. At this point I'll mention bonesetters. If by some fluke you haven't come across them they are well worth checking out ime. It's a bit like a gentle chiropractor crossed with a masseur/masseuse. I had just one session that righted the wrongs of the leg injuries and have had much more mobility and much less pain since.
It may be early days for that route but going forward, could be worth looking at?
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Hello again 13 Jun 2017 09:19 #32

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Oh thank you dubs. I'm going to look up bonesetters. I'd never even heard of that. Many thanks.

And I see Cornwall was voted one of the best places to retire in the world. I hope you're happy down their and the trading is going well.
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Hello again 13 Jun 2017 16:44 #33

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Glad you're all ok you lovely people, apart from a certain loon and her shark-wrestling antics that is, hope it heals soon cantata.
I don't go on the internet much now, van-dwelling definitely changes your life, in a good way in my case. I am a very happy boy these days :spliff:
It is a pity the the old ways of the forum slipped away from us, great times :spliff:
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Glad you're all ok you lovely people, apart from a certain loon and her shark-wrestling antics that is, hope it heals soon cantata.
I don't go on the internet much now, van-dwelling definitely changes your life, in a good way in my case. I am a very happy boy these days :spliff:
It is a pity the the old ways of the forum slipped away from us, great times :spliff:
Glad to hear that you're well. Life is complex and it's difficult to keep a forum going, but it's nice to still be in contact with you lot even in a limited way.
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See, you learn all sorts here. I didn't know such a thing as a bonesetter existed. It reminds me of some Dickensian character's occupation = Mr Sweedlepimper the eminent bonesetter..

Seek him out Cantata. :rab:

So you've emerged from the cave and are now a van dweller, eh Jhado?

Good for you, I bet it gives a great sense of freedom. Do you now feel more at one with nature? I imagine that because I picture you being on grass more and with plenty of trees around you. I like the thought.
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cantata wrote:
Oh thank you dubs. I'm going to look up bonesetters. I'd never even heard of that. Many thanks.

And I see Cornwall was voted one of the best places to retire in the world. I hope you're happy down their and the trading is going well.

Bonesetters are like well old. The 'profession' not the peeps themselves. Though I spose some of them might even be older than our Jhado :chuckle:

I will say me ma is having a jolly fine Cornish retirement. Loving every minute of it it seems :)
Happy is a big word but I'm doing pretty well these days in the main thanks :) The working side of life is definitely much better since I went back self employed.
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Gilly wrote:
I imagine that because I picture you being on grass more and with plenty of trees around you. I like the thought.

Somehow, so do I :psketti:
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Hello again 14 Jun 2017 18:26 #38

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Hello again 17 Jun 2017 13:23 #39

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Oh yeah, plenty of grass around :spliff: The sense of freedom is wonderful :)
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Hello again you lovely people :psketti:

Good to hear you're all well as it's gonna get :cool:
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