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.... I had to chuckle. Out of curiosity, I looked way back to some of the very first postings here. A bit like watching the television as I was hardly surprised to see a 'seasonal' repeat of some very similar responses to some 'old chestnut' questions. In fact some of the responses had me double-checking to see whether I had reverted back to recent threads by mistake!

A good pointer for the newbies like myself - don't forget folks, there is an effective 'search' facility here and the information way back then is mostly very relevant for today.

PS - edit - eek! I've just clocked my sig...
 
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.... I had to chuckle. Out of curiosity, I looked way back to some of the very first postings here. A bit like watching the television as I was hardly surprised to see a 'seasonal' repeat of some very similar responses to some 'old chestnut' questions. In fact some of the responses had me double-checking to see whether I had reverted back to recent threads by mistake!

A good pointer for the newbies like myself - don't forget folks, there is an effective 'search' facility here and the information way back then is mostly very relevant for today.

PS - edit - eek! I've just clocked my sig...
Shouldn't that be "eke", Moggs...

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Ahhh - I have clearly been shouting it wrongly after I have been stung. "Eke Eke" - that is why my noble assistant runs to me with bits of wood fashioned into a square instead of Piriton.
 

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