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Old 19th June 2019, 15:46   #1
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Sorry guys and Brian

I get very irate and hot headed because I get myself into stupid situations especially regarding cars. I seem to think oh I can do this and I can do that when the reality is....no I can't, well not that much anyway then get very annoyed especially at myself as I say.

This is a great site with a lot of very helpful and knowledgeable folk and I should learn to appreciate that.

Like many I have a few problems to deal but christ what do I expect when something's 15 years old and dam near 200000 miles. I would have seen better days too...and I have

So me thinks me should sit back and try an calm down and realise that there are folk that a lot worse than me.

So again, a wee apology I think is in order especially to Brian

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Old 19th June 2019, 16:00   #3
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Relax, we are all in the same boat.

It's a dam good place to be, this site is just full of friendly people who are always willing to help, even in matters that aren't always to do with cars.

Yep, there are the odd fall outs and disagreements, but hey I even fall out with family lol
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Sorry guys and Brian

I get very irate and hot headed because I get myself into stupid situations especially regarding cars. I seem to think oh I can do this and I can do that when the reality is....no I can't, well not that much anyway then get very annoyed especially at myself as I say.

This is a great site with a lot of very helpful and knowledgeable folk and I should learn to appreciate that.

Like many I have a few problems to deal but christ what do I expect when something's 15 years old and dam near 200000 miles. I would have seen better days too...and I have

So me thinks me should sit back and try an calm down and realise that there are folk that a lot worse than me.

So again, a wee apology I think is in order especially to Brian

Thanks for reading this whoever you are
Calm down calm down oh irate one. It's not the end of civilisation as we know it CCFMJL. What sort of name is that any road up?.. Best read with a strong Scouse accent .. Then a few deep breaths, relax and get stuck in again. Works for me.... every time ... nearly. Take heed :~

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Takes a big man to say that Thanks. I'm sure you'll fall out a few times more with people, comes with owning 75's & ZT's
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Calm down calm down ...... What sort of name is that any road? ..... Best read with a strong Scouse accent ...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaccLMuLa7o (wait for it....)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6k2YEc6dozA

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Old 19th June 2019, 17:59   #7
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I'm sure a lot of us have had a hissy fit and upon reflection wish we hadn't but I thank you for your post.

A Haynes manual is a great source of advice on how to do chores but feel free to ask
for advice on how to do tasks. It is not always clear from some replies or the Haynes manual so don't worry about asking for clarification.

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Old 19th June 2019, 20:05   #8
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Takes a big man to say that

I agree.


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Really, how can you possibly say that Ronnie? All I experience here is peace and tranquility.
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Old 19th June 2019, 20:11   #9
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If you do have too many fallouts,get Brian to check the door locks.
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Really, how can you possibly say that Ronnie? All I experience here is peace and tranquility.
Hmm, says a voice of reason Now I've given you something to think about
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