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On Thu 19 Nov at 10:16am Tom Pain wrote:
Can you please tell me why part four of Will in the Windows has been censored. Should I remove a naughty word or what?
 
 
On Thu 19 Nov at 10:27am webbo wrote:
Could you try again?
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On Thu 19 Nov at 10:46am Tom Pain wrote:
I'll have a bash
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On Thu 19 Nov at 12:13pm Tom Pain wrote:
Clarissa's thought of the moment has come true, the Ghostbusters have cleared the gremlins and other dark agents from the forumosphere, the latest local rumours may spread unabated.
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On Thu 19 Nov at 6:12pm Mark wrote:
This weird story just reinforces my opinion that the Lewes Forum is dead. The writing is good and the punctuation is excellent. But there are SO many characters! I can't keep track. And I wonder why I try. Nostalgia for the glorious days, I suppose. ANC, speak of these excellent new forums that you've found that aren't fb-related please. I have a thirst to argue with people. I can't argue with Milly the Mole. (Apologies Webbo!)
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On Thu 19 Nov at 6:18pm Mark wrote:
Oh... I've just re-read and the punctuation is actually awful. Commas where there should be full stops. Lots and lots of commas.
 
 
On Fri 27 Nov at 3:31pm Tom Pain wrote:
There's a serious technical problem with the forum.
I tried to post on the good news thread and after fiddling about a few times it turned up on the Rite of summer one.
Just now that and another were on the opening page but had disappeared from the thread and have now gone from the opening page.
I can't think Putin and his merry bots are interested,so who's hacking?


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