Hope so Kevred_dwarfers wrote:Got the (Dys)lexia today!
Should be a laugh...
My recent brushes with Lexia have been anything but All mine does at the moment is give me a monumental headache
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Nope, still suffering a nasty case of IT Abhorrence If I see a duff bit of IT related kit I break out into a rash and run away... The mere mention of SQL Server makes me run fastest, closely followed by 'Windows 2008' and the mere mention of 'HP' puts me on a course heading for the funny farm.red_dwarfers wrote:Did you get your Lexia sorted Jim?
Yep, sad but true... You're lucky you've come to realise this at a young age... I was a lot, lot older before I came to the same unfortunate conclusion... These days I work entirely on gut feelings and sum people up very quickly and I'm rarely wrong... When I gave a lot of benefit of the doubt boy did I come some croppers...red_dwarfers wrote:On a completely unrelated note, this week I have come to realise there are many more arrogant bar stewards with little in the way of morals about than I thought
Oh dear I hope its not too serious, I've met quite a number in my line of work and been left in disbelief at how low some people will go yet have no feeling of guilt whatsoever, good luck with whatever the issue was. I don't suppose I can do much for you Kev but feel free to give me a shout if anything comes to mind.red_dwarfers wrote:On a completely unrelated note, this week I have come to realise there are many more arrogant bar stewards with little in the way of morals about than I thought
Tint' Whitby - it's Staithes - well worth a visit. go weekdays.myglaren wrote:[Orf Topic]
As a Devonist, do you happen to know where yesterday's edition of "The Body Farm" was filmed?
My daughter was convinced that it was Whitby (Yorkshire) but although there were some striking similarities there were also some telling differences.