29 July 2003 12:51
THE SAD LONELY ROAD OF BROADBAND
Have you ever thought of putting one of those counter thingies on your website to count how many people visit? It occurred to me that you mostly speak to the same three people, but i always visit when you've updated to see what's been said during the past week. It's a bit like an upmarket (!?) soap opera. What will happen to Winwaloe's merchandise, will Helling ever master Sumo and will BM ever stay at home for more than 10 mins to mail you? Just last week you had more mails to prove there's life outside SSI and the Sloop, see we love you really.
On the topic of the great divide, can i suggest that you make the move during September or October? Most of the emmets will have left by then and those that stay can either be persuaded that something awful will happen or they can't be so bad anyhow, as they are there out of season. Leave it as late as possible and the stocks of Doom will have built up and the decent food will be around again as the need for pasties and chips will have abated.
By the way les parents have been with you for the past 2 weeks and have dined at your establishment a good few times, always a good report and Pop likes his real ale, so many a swift pint downed when he's out for a loaf of bread! I'm hoping to twist the other half's arm to visit later this year, in the cold and rain when emmets are at their best (ie not there), we'll visit for brekky and partake in some ale, (not at the same time, but something to be considered......)
29 July 2003 16:11
There is one (unless I am the only one who can see it) lower down the front
page under the Menu. At present it is indicating that since its inception there
have been more hits than a gang war in Chicago in the 1930's (23,564 to be
30 July 2003 10:56
So there is, i obviously only go for the new stuff. Not a bad number, for a
Would life be easier for you if it was v. hot and sunny like before the hols?
Do emmets tend to stay on the beaches where they belong and not pester you for
food? You'd think all the rain would put them off wouldn't you, but they keep
30 July 2003 12:02
The RT is currently cowering under my bed in terror as not only the town but
also the house (the wrinklies do a small occasional b&b) is infested with
children, who, as you know, are the most vicious of predators when it comes to
30 July 2003 12:25
Poor little cuddlies!!! I know all too well the nastiness of small people
when it comes to cuddly peoples. They don't give two hoots about sticky fingers,
floor dragging and worse, sticking in mouths. That is why we have a child free
house. They are also very dangerous to CM and his like. My own fluffy family run
a mile at the first 'goo' and don't come out until all is quiet again. Mind you
i'm like that too.
31 July 2003 08:23
A cunning plan with only one minor drawback ..... we'd all get mushroomed
31 July 2003 09:55
Surely recent trends mean you'll get more visitors, it worked this year
didn't it? SARS, BA, Iraq have all contributed to the hoards staying in Britain.
Some other well timed catastophe next year will do the trick.
31 July 2003 15:36
Well, not exactly.
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