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from "Robin" contains these words:
I agree with everyone & myself try to thank people who have helped me.
Robin (also Milton Keynes)
I think that most would agree with these sentiments. I try to make a
point of saying thanks as replies are received. But, when there has been
a topic (like my tyre question) that may be of interest to any others in
the group I try to post some sort of feedback of what I found in this
part of the world that satisfied me. Well....it's a bench mark that
others can congratulate themselves or commiserate that they don't live
I do feel that sometimes the peeps that fail you do so out of not
knowing when to pop in and say thanks. Especially when so many have made
Realising this I frequently add my two cents worth and leave it at that.
Looking for no thanks means that I'm rarely disapointed by the lack of it.
Actually I suppose I'm not looking for any am I ? Errrr.... I just said