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I guess it's the hot weather, that is causing all the back biting within various topics. Let's hope we all cool off soon. Mad Dog's and Englishman ect. Wink
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Ah, so the sudden mood change within the various topics has been noticed. I thought it was just me, The forums have become slightly less enjoyable over the past few days. I think that the more knowledgeable and experienced members here need to remember that us 'newbies' can be a little reluctant to post thoughts and questions when things are heated. I respect every single members opinion on this forum even when I don't agree with them. I will not resort to insults or 'back biting', the one thing that bonds us all is our passion for the AZW. So come on chaps lets all cool down a bit and treat each other with the respect that we all deserve.

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PostSubject: Re: Mad Dog's & Englishman    Mad Dog's & Englishman  EmptyFri Jul 10, 2015 11:08 pm

Good post Waterloo. Yes there are someon here, who think they are superior to others. You post what you want, I for one find you posts quite interesting. agree

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John,

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That lets me of the hook, Im South African Very Happy Wink
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Me too, being an Aussie, I agree with waterloo, things are getting a little out of hand.
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I wouldnt say out of hand, we just all have our own ideas of what may have taken place. That my friends is what makes this subject so interesting. One day the pieces will all fit together. And everyone one will see the lost of the camp was purly down to the outstanding tatics adopted by the Zulus.
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Admin - I really struggle with all of this - I post an innocent personal anecdote and it gets hijacked to prove someone's highly opinionated views -I agree with Waterloo it does put people off from making the effort to post up an opinion - as you recall the last time I got into an issue here it was over some of our experts here slating my folk for not knowing their drill cause they didn't stamp their feet like they did in National Service - I think binning a few people for a month or two would seem the way ahead, but it's your forum and your standards - Tim
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Tim always settles down.
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