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Voting 'experiment'


Phil_D 13 81 Scotland
9 Feb 2007 7:12AM
I don't understand any of this . . . :-(

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KarenFB Plus
14 5.4k 176 England
9 Feb 2007 7:46AM
When you do.....start worrying!
joolsb 15 27.1k 38 Switzerland
9 Feb 2007 7:56AM

Quote:I don't understand any of this . . . :-(


It's OK. Just pretend you do... That's what everybody else does. Wink
SuziBlue 17 16.2k 10 Scotland
9 Feb 2007 1:22PM
LOL

Neither do I Timberjack .. lol

Your well-meaning and thoughtful post may not have been read in the way you intended by some (not here) who thankfully have been repelled by the bantering and good humour which follows. So they can't start an argument or heave any insults into the ring even if they tried Smile

Have a search for 'clicks' in the search box on the left ... you may be some time 8-]
conrad 16 10.9k 116
9 Feb 2007 1:30PM
What's this I see - a click thread which is only on its nineteenth post? What's wrong with all you people? Why all the complacency? When I spotted this last night, I thought we could have a good, firm discussion. Nah, scratch that. Fight, I meant... Wink
keith selmes 16 7.4k 1 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2007 1:32PM
It often annoys me when I get return clicks. Sometimes I've found a thoughtful person who leaves useful return comment. Sometimes though it just seems to be a routine for some people, meaningless, and unhelpful.
So I can see the point of separating your posting and clicking effort.
I'm best pleased if there are a few sensible remarks from people I've never heard of. When you change style or subject matter, you can find a whole new set of people.

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