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By Alex
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Welcome to the Glamorgan CCC Forum on View From The Boundary, please use this to discuss any relevant stories about the club or any gossip you have heard. Our aim is to unite all cricket fans and enable them to have a site where they can share their views and meet fans from all over the world. If you would like to be a part of that but you haven't registered yet you can do so by clicking here.

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Last edited by Alex on Wed Sep 03, 2014 9:14 pm, edited 1 time in total.
By johnjames
#8241
I am not a trained touch typist and only use one finger on each paw and slowly at that.

On a couple of occasions I have ponderously typed a comment and then received a red notice informing me that while I have been composing my deathless prose, someone else has posted a comment and I might like to reconsider, or words to that effect. This not only leaves me at a loss as to what to do but furious that I appear to be unable to post my humble effort, which seems to have disappeared into Room 101 or some other black hole never to see the light of day.

If there is some way to overcome this dilemma, I should be most grateful for some guidance but please bear in mind that I am computer illiterate.
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By Alex
#8243
If you click "post" again that should send your reply. Its just the system informing you that someone else has replied in the meantime.
By johnjames
#8245
Thank you Alex but that is exactly what I did but nothing happened save a severe increase in my blood pressure.
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By Alex
#8250
I've just tried it and it replied :-k
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By mav
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[quote="johnjames"]
Thank you Alex but that is exactly what I did but nothing happened save a severe increase in my blood pressure.
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What I tend to do on fora flakier than this, is copy the post (as in highlight it then right click, copy) then if it goes south I start a new reply and paste.
By LankyShark
#23071
Not so much a “welcome” as a “departure”

Just wondering whether anyone knows anything about “Iron Mike”. He and I were the mainstays of the Word Association game for a few months and then he disappeared. Looking at his posts he seems to have disappeared from the whole board.

Any ideas anyone? I hope he is ok.
By johnwales
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There is a warm bond in South Wales between cricket, football and rugby. I am not a member of any football forums, but would like to say what a nice guy Neil Warnock seems. When ever I see him interviewed on television he appears to be philosophical, calm and realistic. Good luck Cardiff City in the weeks ahead !!!
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By Vetchetarian
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johnwales wrote: Wed Apr 17, 2019 8:51 am There is a warm bond in South Wales between cricket, football and rugby. I am not a member of any football forums, but would like to say what a nice guy Neil Warnock seems. When ever I see him interviewed on television he appears to be philosophical, calm and realistic. Good luck Cardiff City in the weeks ahead !!!
Not sure about the " warm bond " between rival football supporters, anywhere, not just in South Wales. Acrimony would be more accurate.
Rugby followers are more tolerant, I feel.
Cricket followers are much more gentile and appreciative of the opposition.

Re Warnock. Many find him unpleasant, and he is prone to rage, especially when his teams lose, which explains why he is constantly in hot water with the football authorities. Some call it passion.
He's an interesting character, for all that.
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