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Peter in Blackpool

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On reflection I think that I was a little harsh on you before. In my defence, Mrs H is one of the at risk due partly to part of her intesine being on the outside, and being diabetic.
I just got fed up of seeing all the government instructions being repeated everywhere as though we are imbeciles and have no intelligence (not saying that is what you thought).

I now realise that unfortunately the majority of the population are of low intelligence or common sense at least and need the instructions rammed at them.

This does not however excuse my treatment of you, so I appologise for that, and it was me and not any of the other mods who thought this.

Once again, sorry Peter.
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Big man..well played. Irrespective of right or wrong.
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hector wrote: Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:07 pm the majority of the population are of low intelligence or common sense at least
Think this is the truest thing every written on here.
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hector wrote: Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:07 pm On reflection I think that I was a little harsh on you before. In my defence, Mrs H is one of the at risk due partly to part of her intesine being on the outside, and being diabetic.
I just got fed up of seeing all the government instructions being repeated everywhere as though we are imbeciles and have no intelligence (not saying that is what you thought).

I now realise that unfortunately the majority of the population are of low intelligence or common sense at least and need the instructions rammed at them.

This does not however excuse my treatment of you, so I appologise for that, and it was me and not any of the other mods who thought this.

Once again, sorry Peter.

👍 Respect

I think a few of us will be saying and doing things that shall we say, aren't the norm the longer this continues, we've been on a virtual lockdown since Friday, thank goodness the weather is good.
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Thank you Hector, not always easy to make an open apology but I firmly believe it was the right action to take. Good man :tup:
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gessa wrote: Wed Mar 25, 2020 3:12 pm 👍 Respect

I think a few of us will be saying and doing things that shall we say, aren't the norm the longer this continues, we've been on a virtual lockdown since Friday, thank goodness the weather is good.
Jill & I were saying the very same on our walk. Now for a Irish coffee & Jill is on the gin again as we take in the sun in the garden :)
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hector wrote: Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:07 pm On reflection I think that I was a little harsh on you before. In my defence, Mrs H is one of the at risk due partly to part of her intesine being on the outside, and being diabetic.
I just got fed up of seeing all the government instructions being repeated everywhere as though we are imbeciles and have no intelligence (not saying that is what you thought).

I now realise that unfortunately the majority of the population are of low intelligence or common sense at least and need the instructions rammed at them.

This does not however excuse my treatment of you, so I appologise for that, and it was me and not any of the other mods who thought this.

Once again, sorry Peter.
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So pleased you have made an apology, you generally make me smile however I personally thought you were a bit hard on Peter. Well done Hector
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1964white wrote: Wed Mar 25, 2020 3:18 pm Jill & I were saying the very same on our walk. Now for a Irish coffee & Jill is on the gin again as we take in the sun in the garden :)
He's making you sound a complete dipso Mrs64 :martini: :martini: :martini: :)

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Well said Hector.

Personally I think Peters posts are pretty much spot on.

At least we’re all still friends which is important at these trying times. :tup: :tup:
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Right thing to do Hector, not had a problem with PiB's posts myself. :bear:
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Muppet the Cat wrote: Wed Mar 25, 2020 4:01 pm He's making you sound a complete dipso Mrs64 :martini: :martini: :martini: :)

:tup: Hector

She'll be challenging Swannie to the "lush of the year title" at this rate.
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gessa wrote: Wed Mar 25, 2020 4:08 pm She'll be challenging Swannie to the "lush of the year title" at this rate.
She won't because I've put the gin under lock & key for the time being :lol:
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thank you hector. totally accept your apology.

we are still friends and am loving this site
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1964white wrote: Wed Mar 25, 2020 5:02 pm She won't because I've put the gin under lock & key for the time being :lol:

There'll be plenty hidden in plant pots you don't know about :)
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I apologised to Peter privately for my inexcusable rant, but I probably should have made my apology public as well because it was genuinely meant.
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gessa wrote:

There'll be plenty hidden in plant pots you don't know about :)
When you think of those one-shot miniature bottles, my imagination of suitable hiding places hardly knows where to end!
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Thought Peter was being a self righteous git and Hector was perfectly reasonable, personally. Norm was a bit brutal though.

Still, it's always good to apologise, even if you're right.

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Norm wrote: Wed Mar 25, 2020 11:40 pm When you think of those one-shot miniature bottles, my imagination of suitable hiding places hardly knows where to end!
With my stm, I'd have to do a map, so I could remember where I'd left them.
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Is Peter the first person on here to have a thread named after him?
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