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On 1 Nov 2012 at 4:11pm k wilson wrote:
i have never had such a aggresive reception from anyone in my life like the new landlord of the anchor inn whats he trying to do kill his business before it even gets going what a twat he thinks he owns the river and everything around it we where married there and he has totally spoilt any chance of us having our anniversery dinner there
 
 
On 1 Nov 2012 at 5:17pm uckers barry wrote:
did you tell him how you feel why tell us what do you want us to do about it

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On 1 Nov 2012 at 6:47pm Wetlands wrote:
What did he do? Brandish a stick and threaten to kill you and your family as he did to a neighbouring landowner recently?

Simon Thomas is slowly losing the plot....... and the Anchor Inn.
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On 1 Nov 2012 at 7:21pm Zebedee wrote:
Strange how k wilson and uckers barry are illiterate in exactly the same manner. Neither uses full stops or capitals..... and neither makes any sense.
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On 1 Nov 2012 at 8:16pm mickyboy wrote:
carefull zebedee, you might not be aware of it but most barristers use no punctuation at all. after all a punctuation mark in the wrong place could completely change the meaning or emphasis of something.
 
 
On 2 Nov 2012 at 8:41am Pete wrote:
Zebedee, you may be right, but, try asking them to say what they mean, a lot more helpful surely ?
 
 
On 2 Nov 2012 at 10:45am Zebedee wrote:
@ mickyboy. In a sentence punctuation is used to aid the correct conveyance of meaning, not obscure it as you appear to think.

I have a letter from a lawyer in font of me. The punctuation is perfect. Maybe you think barristers are a special case. If so, why?

@ Pete. Because they (if indeed they were not the same person) were being lazy. Even a simpleton can start the first sentence with a capital letter, and only someone marginally more intelligent end it with a full stop.
 
 
On 2 Nov 2012 at 10:56am Ed Can Do wrote:
I know a few barristers (I'm related to one in fact) and they all use exemplary grammar in all their communication. Maybe you need to think about getting yourself a new (And better) barrister, mickeyboy?
 
 
On 2 Nov 2012 at 3:28pm padster wrote:
Ed are you related to a barrister in the sense that your his or her's pet?
A spaniel with big ears and bad breath......perhaps?
 
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On 2 Nov 2012 at 5:15pm Clucking bell wrote:
bet its a cafflic dog an all ,
 
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On 2 Nov 2012 at 7:34pm Peasant wrote:
To be clear: this is the Anchor Inn, Barcombe, NOT the much better known Anchor Inn, Ringmer
 
 
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