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Private message missing

PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2008 2:33 pm
by Martin_Edney
Has someone tried to send me a Private Message recently?

I received an email on Sunday 1 June telling me that I'd received a new Private Message here, but when I logged in to check for it this morning, no new message.

I checked the obvious, and there's still space in my inbox.

Has anyone else had this problem?

don't panic ... don't panic.

PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2008 5:05 pm
by ritchie
Phew what a shocker

Private Message Missing

I thought it was one of Walmington-On-Sea's finest who had perhaps gone A.W.O.L.

so it's a bit of a relief to find it was only the 'phantom' up to his or her, (although in my experience phantoms are usually men) old tricks again.

Yes it's happened to me before so I know the feeling ... it's nearly as bad as someone not replying to your post.

PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2008 5:23 pm
by Dayna
It was me! I confess here in front of everyone!
I need an embarrassed smile!

I was trying to answer a question he asked somewhere else about a CD & I always have trouble with that site. I couldn't even log into it, so I came here & wrote him a PM. But then I went back to try the other one again & finally got in, so I deleted the one from here.

lettuce rejoice

PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2008 5:35 pm
by ritchie
and they say honesty is the best policy ... ok let me get this off my chest .. I just posted a link on the you tube recommendation thread about Paul Whitehouse and his excellent short lived series "help" and then deleted it most likely before anyone even got a chance to look at it.

Mind you, seeing that's probably (hee hee hee) the only time you've ever done the phantom thing, Dayna, in my eyes you are forgiven.

I have problems with the yahoo group as well.

Re: don't panic ... don't panic.

PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2008 7:00 pm
by Martin_Edney
ritchie wrote:I thought it was one of Walmington-On-Sea's finest who had perhaps gone A.W.O.L.


You must have know that I took Sue's mam and dad to see "Dad's Army" at Newcastle's Theatre Royal earlier this week. A very good time was had by all!

don't tell him Pike.

PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2008 8:07 pm
by ritchie
Martin,

I'm pleased you enjoyed it. I've passed the theatre a couple of times lately and saw the poster with 'Dirty Den' on and thought to myself that he would probably be good in the role of Walker.

I enjoy listening to Dad's Army in the car it's just as good as the tv versions .... well almost. There are some classic lines in it though, are n't there.

I've decided to photograph the people who hang about the stage door, just for prosperity. Mind you, in saying that, I would like to meet Tommy Steele, I think he is on soon, if not now ... I'll have to have a 'lurk' tomorrow.

I wish I'd put "who do you think you are kidding Mr Hitler' on my cd circle compilation now ....drat.