16 September 2003 09:06
Ha so Windows Xp or PX has wormed its way to vile Churchtown has it? Well serves you right! Banish it, send it hence or anywhere else you can think of. Having run W98 on the saintly laptop decided to move over to XP - no sooner said than done and no sooner done than the worms came in, worse than that old serpent in the grden this one - result one laptop heading back to the supplier for a bit of debugging. My computer guru tells me that XP is somewhat open to serpent attacks - reloading with W98 methinks.
Lifeguards!!!! - Well you are v fortunate at StI as your lot are usually
really good. Problem is lack of education on the part of the sea user and
sometimes, just sometimes, how the mesage is put over. However saintly
observtion tells me it is not always the ems. Have observed one or two of the
(un) natural ihabitants having bit of a moan as well. Never mind, plenty
of room at the bottom of the sea. Now, the bottom of teh sea could be the plae
for redruth and Camborne, a soet of modern day Lyoness. Last time I went through
it reminded me of certain parts of Liverpool that I once (and only once) winged
my way through. However, loads of money in Cornwall now so get some into
the gruesome twosome. As for Truro, some people just don't know how lucky they
are. Good luck with the XP and trust all ems have now departed(probably the
cooking) - A Blessing on you and yours and local chippies - W
16 September 2003 18:07
Personally, I blame you!
17 September 2003 12:14
There is none so blind as them that can't see!! - Miracles have been
happening all around you but you fail to notice them. It may be your lack of
belief. Do you clap your hands on a regular basis?? As your
18 September 2003 08:36
But, of course, you should know by now what a septic [sic] I am. Empirical
evidence, man, bring me nowt else.
19 September 2003 10:20
That much eh? I must move down instanter - Suggest you use some of your hard earned cash to subscribe to Cornish World and Cornwall Today magazines and read all about what is going on in Kernow. Also suggest subscription to Cornish Solidarity and Cornwall Heritage Trust all excellent newsgivers!! - However, your comments cause concern in the land of saints. Are we being mislead as to what is really happening in Cornwall, is this a case of European spin, will the sonics have enough for their next gallon of gin, will the piskies and mermaids rise up and have a fairpay book revolution, will the RT march on Downing Street and hassle the leading moron? will Harvey the rabbit go short of carrots (who the ****** is H the R)????? And, most important of all, where is Andrew MacDonald for the land of the swamp. Not heard from him since July!!!!! - - - - - Now on a Saintly serious note there is much reporting about the money that is supposed to be going into Cornwall via the European funding initiative. There are supposed to be an amount of regeneration projects on the go. All things take time but perhaps it is taking too long. Is there a hold up at local Gov. level? - Don't know the answer yet but may revert to saint on the wall tactics to find out. I would rather be in St Ives earning x less y than in the Home Counties earning xxxx - Be thankful you are where you are, in fact, be very thankful!!
19 September 2003 21:38
Well, I've no idea where the Euroswag is and, believe me, if the RT did
they'd be busy swiping it even as we speak (type). Perhaps it is just propaganda
put about by the government and other sinister covert organisations to dupe the
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