On the Dodder, if you are a D4 speaker.
Into Swans?, the Liffey, small creatures?, ipods?
A small Shark.
> On 12/19/05, Bryan O'Donoghue <typedef at eircom.net> wrote:
>> I can't be bothered arguing this out Noirin. It clearly *is* a vendetta.
>> You and Colm between you, have given me quite a hard time virtually
>> every time I've posted to the list in recent months and I think, I'm
>> wasting my time at this stage.
>> The last time either Colm or I replied to a thread in which you were
> at all involved was in September, when Colm replied to you. I'm
> certainly not responsible for his actions - the last time I replied to
> a thread in which you were remotely involved was in July.
>> Since Colm's last reply to a thread involving you, you've been
> involved in sixteen other threads (excluding this one). Since my
> reply, it's been 38 threads.
>> It certainly doesn't seem like "every time", or "recent months" to me.
> Perhaps you're working on geological time?
>>> I'll leave it here, cancel my list subscription and thank you for taking
>> the time to make your views known.
>> You're most welcome.
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