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Posted: 02 Mar 2018 07:07 AM PST
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The RSGB has open elections for its President. Unfortunately, no
nominations have been received for 2018 to 2020 and the post is now being
re-advertised. The closing date is 2359UTC on 26 April 2018. If an election
is required, details will be published in the June edition of RadCom,
available in mid-May. The current President []

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Arkwright Day at the NRC

Posted: 02 Mar 2018 07:02 AM PST
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Next Saturday, 10 March 2018, the RSGB National Radio Centre will be
hosting students from the Arkwright Scholarship Trust for amateur radio
training and Foundation exams. This will mean restricted public access to
the National Radio Centre, and the radio station GB3RS will not be
available for use by visiting radio amateurs. We apologise for []

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Major SOTA activations next Saturday

Posted: 02 Mar 2018 06:56 AM PST
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The Summits on the Air (SOTA) event Summit to Summit Europe to Australia
and Beyond takes place on 10 March 2018. Over 30 SOTA activators are
planning to climb to summits in Europe, Canada, South Africa, Australia,
New Zealand and Japan. The event will start around 0630UTC next Saturday.
For any one wanting to join []

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Also in GB2RS this week

Posted: 02 Mar 2018 06:52 AM PST
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A second beta version of WSJT-X version 1.9.0 has been released. This is to
allow further field testing of the new FT8 DXpedition mode, designed to
enable DXpeditions to make FT8 contacts at very high rates. The team is
inviting the amateur radio community to participate in a public test run of
FT8 DXpedition mode. []

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Second beta version of WSJT-XX released

Posted: 02 Mar 2018 06:46 AM PST
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A second beta version of WSJT-X version 1.9.0 has been released. This is to
allow further field testing of the new FT8 DXpedition mode, designed to
enable DXpeditions to make FT8 contacts at very high rates. The team is
inviting the amateur radio community to participate in a public test run of
FT8 DXpedition mode. []
Spike
2018-03-03 09:19:53 UTC
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The RSGB has open elections for its President. Unfortunately, no
nominations have been received for 2018 to 2020 and the post is now
being re-advertised. The closing date is 2359UTC on 26 April 2018. If an
election is required, details will be published in the June edition of
RadCom, available in mid-May.
One wonders who they will arm-twist into applying.
--
Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
'moderation' issues and none are mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines.....
Brian Reay
2018-03-03 09:36:57 UTC
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Posted: 02 Mar 2018 07:07 AM PST
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The RSGB has open elections for its President. Unfortunately, no
nominations have been received for 2018 to 2020 and the post is now
being re-advertised. The closing date is 2359UTC on 26 April 2018. If
an election is required, details will be published in the June edition
of RadCom, available in mid-May.
One wonders who they will arm-twist into applying.
You seem obsessed about it. Just as you are obsessed about the RSGB,
ukram, and RSGBTech.

What a pity you can't find something positive to divert your attention.
Have you considered a hobby?
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are depriving those in real need!

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Spike
2018-03-03 10:03:58 UTC
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http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/RadioSocietyOfGreatBritain-MainSite/~3/8ctoNaVxisk/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email
The RSGB has open elections for its President. Unfortunately, no
nominations have been received for 2018 to 2020 and the post is now
being re-advertised. The closing date is 2359UTC on 26 April 2018. If
an election is required, details will be published in the June
edition of RadCom, available in mid-May.
One wonders who they will arm-twist into applying.
You seem obsessed about it. Just as you are obsessed about the RSGB,
ukram, and RSGBTech.
The fact that no-one has volunteered to pick up the poisoned chalice of
the Presidency of the 'national society' is important on a number of
levels. Noting this state of affairs is hardly 'obsessing' about it -
although one can understand that it might be so in your particular world.
Post by Brian Reay
What a pity you can't find something positive to divert your attention.
Have you considered a hobby?
Have you, now your parking crusade has apparently faded into the background?
--
Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
'moderation' issues and none are mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines.....
Brian Reay
2018-03-03 10:11:58 UTC
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Posted: 02 Mar 2018 07:07 AM PST
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/RadioSocietyOfGreatBritain-MainSite/~3/8ctoNaVxisk/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email
The RSGB has open elections for its President. Unfortunately, no
nominations have been received for 2018 to 2020 and the post is now
being re-advertised. The closing date is 2359UTC on 26 April 2018.
If an election is required, details will be published in the June
edition of RadCom, available in mid-May.
One wonders who they will arm-twist into applying.
You seem obsessed about it. Just as you are obsessed about the RSGB,
ukram, and RSGBTech.
The fact that no-one has volunteered to pick up the poisoned chalice of
the Presidency of the 'national society' is important on a number of
levels. Noting this state of affairs is hardly 'obsessing' about it -
although one can understand that it might be so in your particular world.
No one else seems bothered by it.
--
Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They
are depriving those in real need!

https://www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
Spike
2018-03-03 10:24:21 UTC
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Posted: 02 Mar 2018 07:07 AM PST
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/RadioSocietyOfGreatBritain-MainSite/~3/8ctoNaVxisk/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email
The RSGB has open elections for its President. Unfortunately, no
nominations have been received for 2018 to 2020 and the post is now
being re-advertised. The closing date is 2359UTC on 26 April 2018.
If an election is required, details will be published in the June
edition of RadCom, available in mid-May.
One wonders who they will arm-twist into applying.
You seem obsessed about it. Just as you are obsessed about the RSGB,
ukram, and RSGBTech.
The fact that no-one has volunteered to pick up the poisoned chalice
of the Presidency of the 'national society' is important on a number
of levels. Noting this state of affairs is hardly 'obsessing' about it
- although one can understand that it might be so in your particular
world.
No one else seems bothered by it.
Except 'the national society'. Perhaps you are really saying that no-one
seems bothered by 'the national society' imploding, which one can easily
understand.
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Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
'moderation' issues and none are mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines.....
Roger Hayter
2018-03-03 10:38:24 UTC
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Posted: 02 Mar 2018 07:07 AM PST
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/8ctoNaVxisk/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email
The RSGB has open elections for its President. Unfortunately, no
nominations have been received for 2018 to 2020 and the post is now
being re-advertised. The closing date is 2359UTC on 26 April 2018.
If an election is required, details will be published in the June
edition of RadCom, available in mid-May.
One wonders who they will arm-twist into applying.
You seem obsessed about it. Just as you are obsessed about the RSGB,
ukram, and RSGBTech.
The fact that no-one has volunteered to pick up the poisoned chalice of
the Presidency of the 'national society' is important on a number of
levels. Noting this state of affairs is hardly 'obsessing' about it -
although one can understand that it might be so in your particular world.
No one else seems bothered by it.
I think the management of the national society is necessarily at least
slightly interesting. Have the clique who took over a few years back
all died off or lost interest? Does having a general manager with his
own strong policy opinions undermine a lay president? Is this just a
temporary glitch while the next set of ambitious leaders get enough
experience to take on the role? Those who don't like RSGB policies
ought to find out more.

I might even rejoin if the last lot of retired finance directors and HR
directors have ceased to control everything.
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Roger Hayter
Brian Reay
2018-03-03 14:48:52 UTC
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The RSGB has open elections for its President. Unfortunately, no
nominations have been received for 2018 to 2020 and the post is now
being re-advertised. The closing date is 2359UTC on 26 April 2018.
If an election is required, details will be published in the June
edition of RadCom, available in mid-May.
One wonders who they will arm-twist into applying.
You seem obsessed about it. Just as you are obsessed about the RSGB,
ukram, and RSGBTech.
The fact that no-one has volunteered to pick up the poisoned chalice of
the Presidency of the 'national society' is important on a number of
levels. Noting this state of affairs is hardly 'obsessing' about it -
although one can understand that it might be so in your particular world.
No one else seems bothered by it.
I think the management of the national society is necessarily at least
slightly interesting. Have the clique who took over a few years back
all died off or lost interest? Does having a general manager with his
own strong policy opinions undermine a lay president? Is this just a
temporary glitch while the next set of ambitious leaders get enough
experience to take on the role? Those who don't like RSGB policies
ought to find out more.
I might even rejoin if the last lot of retired finance directors and HR
directors have ceased to control everything.
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
--
Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They
are depriving those in real need!

https://www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
Roger Hayter
2018-03-03 15:49:56 UTC
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Posted: 02 Mar 2018 07:07 AM PST
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/RadioSocietyOfGreatBritain-MainSite/~3
/8ctoNaVxisk/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email
The RSGB has open elections for its President. Unfortunately, no
nominations have been received for 2018 to 2020 and the post is now
being re-advertised. The closing date is 2359UTC on 26 April 2018.
If an election is required, details will be published in the June
edition of RadCom, available in mid-May.
One wonders who they will arm-twist into applying.
You seem obsessed about it. Just as you are obsessed about the RSGB,
ukram, and RSGBTech.
The fact that no-one has volunteered to pick up the poisoned chalice of
the Presidency of the 'national society' is important on a number of
levels. Noting this state of affairs is hardly 'obsessing' about it -
although one can understand that it might be so in your particular world.
No one else seems bothered by it.
I think the management of the national society is necessarily at least
slightly interesting. Have the clique who took over a few years back
all died off or lost interest? Does having a general manager with his
own strong policy opinions undermine a lay president? Is this just a
temporary glitch while the next set of ambitious leaders get enough
experience to take on the role? Those who don't like RSGB policies
ought to find out more.
I might even rejoin if the last lot of retired finance directors and HR
directors have ceased to control everything.
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will care. So
that's two of us anyway.
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Roger Hayter
Brian Reay
2018-03-03 15:58:47 UTC
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Posted: 02 Mar 2018 07:07 AM PST
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/RadioSocietyOfGreatBritain-MainSite/~3
/8ctoNaVxisk/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email
The RSGB has open elections for its President. Unfortunately, no
nominations have been received for 2018 to 2020 and the post is now
being re-advertised. The closing date is 2359UTC on 26 April 2018.
If an election is required, details will be published in the June
edition of RadCom, available in mid-May.
One wonders who they will arm-twist into applying.
You seem obsessed about it. Just as you are obsessed about the RSGB,
ukram, and RSGBTech.
The fact that no-one has volunteered to pick up the poisoned chalice of
the Presidency of the 'national society' is important on a number of
levels. Noting this state of affairs is hardly 'obsessing' about it -
although one can understand that it might be so in your particular world.
No one else seems bothered by it.
I think the management of the national society is necessarily at least
slightly interesting. Have the clique who took over a few years back
all died off or lost interest? Does having a general manager with his
own strong policy opinions undermine a lay president? Is this just a
temporary glitch while the next set of ambitious leaders get enough
experience to take on the role? Those who don't like RSGB policies
ought to find out more.
I might even rejoin if the last lot of retired finance directors and HR
directors have ceased to control everything.
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will care. So
that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
--
Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They
are depriving those in real need!

https://www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
Roger Hayter
2018-03-03 16:07:48 UTC
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I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will care. So
that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation. Apart
from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only have one vote,
but the actions of many (for example many of those who left the RSGB
after the coup) have an impact. So clearly no-one cares about my
individual action, only if it is part of a trend. This was hardly worth
saying, but I'm sure you'll keep saying it.
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Roger Hayter
Brian Reay
2018-03-03 17:03:15 UTC
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I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will care. So
that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation. Apart
from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only have one vote,
but the actions of many (for example many of those who left the RSGB
after the coup) have an impact. So clearly no-one cares about my
individual action, only if it is part of a trend. This was hardly worth
saying, but I'm sure you'll keep saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
--
Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They
are depriving those in real need!

https://www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
Roger Hayter
2018-03-03 17:21:50 UTC
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I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will care. So
that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation. Apart
from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only have one vote,
but the actions of many (for example many of those who left the RSGB
after the coup) have an impact. So clearly no-one cares about my
individual action, only if it is part of a trend. This was hardly worth
saying, but I'm sure you'll keep saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
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Roger Hayter
SteveE
2018-03-03 19:31:54 UTC
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I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will
care. So that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation.
Apart from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only
have one vote, but the actions of many (for example many of those
who left the RSGB after the coup) have an impact. So clearly
no-one cares about my individual action, only if it is part of a
trend. This was hardly worth saying, but I'm sure you'll keep
saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.

Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.

Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.

This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.

To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.

The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.

No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
Brian Reay
2018-03-03 21:43:47 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will
care. So that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation.
Apart from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only
have one vote, but the actions of many (for example many of those
who left the RSGB after the coup) have an impact. So clearly
no-one cares about my individual action, only if it is part of a
trend. This was hardly worth saying, but I'm sure you'll keep
saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
You and your chums have been making essentially the same predictions for
decades and they are no nearer to coming true now than before.

You make Victor Meldrew look like a rational thinker.
--
Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They
are depriving those in real need!

https://www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
A. non Eyemouse
2018-03-03 22:34:52 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark.  And I will
care.  So that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation.
Apart from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only
have one vote, but the actions of many (for example many of those
who left the RSGB after the coup) have an impact.  So clearly
no-one cares about my individual action, only if it is part of a
trend.  This was hardly worth saying, but I'm sure you'll keep
saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
You and your chums have been making essentially the same predictions for
decades and they are no nearer to coming true now than before.
Just looking at the board of directors, ageing white males. Where's all
the equality and diversity? I wonder what their gender pay gap is?
Post by Brian Reay
You make Victor Meldrew look like a rational thinker.
http://rsgb.org/main/about-us/board-of-directors/

Most of them look as if they have one foot in the grave. It's only a
matter of time... tick-tock.
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Mouse.
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Most of them look as if they have one foot in the grave. It's only
a matter of time... tick-tock.
I think time has run out for at least one former director.
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Do you need help shuffling off your mortal coil?
http://www.dignitas.ch might be willing to help.
Don't delay, call them today - trade in on Smart Car offered.
Roger Hayter
2018-03-04 00:19:13 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will
care. So that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation.
Apart from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only
have one vote, but the actions of many (for example many of those
who left the RSGB after the coup) have an impact. So clearly
no-one cares about my individual action, only if it is part of a
trend. This was hardly worth saying, but I'm sure you'll keep
saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
You and your chums have been making essentially the same predictions for
decades and they are no nearer to coming true now than before.
Just looking at the board of directors, ageing white males. Where's all
the equality and diversity? I wonder what their gender pay gap is?
Post by Brian Reay
You make Victor Meldrew look like a rational thinker.
http://rsgb.org/main/about-us/board-of-directors/
Most of them look as if they have one foot in the grave. It's only a
matter of time... tick-tock.
There is a ready supply of slightly less old old people.
--
Roger Hayter
Brian Reay
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Post by A. non Eyemouse
Post by Brian Reay
Post by SteveE
On Sat, 3 Mar 2018 17:21:50 +0000
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will
care. So that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation.
Apart from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only
have one vote, but the actions of many (for example many of those
who left the RSGB after the coup) have an impact. So clearly
no-one cares about my individual action, only if it is part of a
trend. This was hardly worth saying, but I'm sure you'll keep
saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
You and your chums have been making essentially the same predictions for
decades and they are no nearer to coming true now than before.
Just looking at the board of directors, ageing white males. Where's all
the equality and diversity? I wonder what their gender pay gap is?
Post by Brian Reay
You make Victor Meldrew look like a rational thinker.
http://rsgb.org/main/about-us/board-of-directors/
Most of them look as if they have one foot in the grave. It's only a
matter of time... tick-tock.
There is a ready supply of slightly less old old people.
For a medical man you seem remarkably naive.

The 'less old old people' get older like every one else.
--
Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They
are depriving those in real need!

https://www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
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2018-03-04 09:31:56 UTC
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Post by Roger Hayter
Post by A. non Eyemouse
Post by Brian Reay
Post by SteveE
On Sat, 3 Mar 2018 17:21:50 +0000
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will
care. So that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation.
Apart from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only
have one vote, but the actions of many (for example many of those
who left the RSGB after the coup) have an impact. So clearly
no-one cares about my individual action, only if it is part of a
trend. This was hardly worth saying, but I'm sure you'll keep
saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
You and your chums have been making essentially the same predictions for
decades and they are no nearer to coming true now than before.
Just looking at the board of directors, ageing white males. Where's all
the equality and diversity? I wonder what their gender pay gap is?
Post by Brian Reay
You make Victor Meldrew look like a rational thinker.
http://rsgb.org/main/about-us/board-of-directors/
Most of them look as if they have one foot in the grave. It's only a
matter of time... tick-tock.
There is a ready supply of slightly less old old people.
For a medical man you seem remarkably naive.
The 'less old old people' get older like every one else.
young people think it will never happen to them and if they smoke,drink and
take drugs it won't ......
Jim.GM4DHJ ...
2018-03-04 09:30:25 UTC
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Post by Roger Hayter
Post by A. non Eyemouse
Post by Brian Reay
Post by SteveE
On Sat, 3 Mar 2018 17:21:50 +0000
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will
care. So that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation.
Apart from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only
have one vote, but the actions of many (for example many of those
who left the RSGB after the coup) have an impact. So clearly
no-one cares about my individual action, only if it is part of a
trend. This was hardly worth saying, but I'm sure you'll keep
saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
You and your chums have been making essentially the same predictions for
decades and they are no nearer to coming true now than before.
Just looking at the board of directors, ageing white males. Where's all
the equality and diversity? I wonder what their gender pay gap is?
Post by Brian Reay
You make Victor Meldrew look like a rational thinker.
http://rsgb.org/main/about-us/board-of-directors/
Most of them look as if they have one foot in the grave. It's only a
matter of time... tick-tock.
There is a ready supply of slightly less old old people.
all with M3s ......
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2018-03-04 09:32:49 UTC
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Post by A. non Eyemouse
Post by Brian Reay
Post by SteveE
On Sat, 3 Mar 2018 17:21:50 +0000
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Brian Reay
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will
care. So that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation.
Apart from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only
have one vote, but the actions of many (for example many of those
who left the RSGB after the coup) have an impact. So clearly
no-one cares about my individual action, only if it is part of a
trend. This was hardly worth saying, but I'm sure you'll keep
saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
You and your chums have been making essentially the same predictions for
decades and they are no nearer to coming true now than before.
Just looking at the board of directors, ageing white males. Where's all
the equality and diversity? I wonder what their gender pay gap is?
Post by Brian Reay
You make Victor Meldrew look like a rational thinker.
http://rsgb.org/main/about-us/board-of-directors/
Most of them look as if they have one foot in the grave. It's only a
matter of time... tick-tock.
len looking good ...
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2018-03-04 09:29:14 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by SteveE
On Sat, 3 Mar 2018 17:21:50 +0000
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will
care. So that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation.
Apart from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only
have one vote, but the actions of many (for example many of those
who left the RSGB after the coup) have an impact. So clearly
no-one cares about my individual action, only if it is part of a
trend. This was hardly worth saying, but I'm sure you'll keep
saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
You and your chums have been making essentially the same predictions for
decades and they are no nearer to coming true now than before.
chum..fullameatychunks ......
Rambo
2018-03-04 22:21:13 UTC
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You make Victor Meldrew look like a rational thinker.
And you make Himmler look left wing.

Spike
2018-03-04 09:06:04 UTC
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Post by SteveE
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
WHS
--
Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
'moderation' issues and none are mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines.....
Brian Reay
2018-03-04 09:32:49 UTC
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Post by SteveE
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
WHS
You've been predicting the demise of the RSGB for years.

It will see you out.


I don't like the way the RSGB is run but, rather than rant about it, I
let them live in their own little world (rather like you, they try to
throw they weight around and I ignore them). If something crops up that
bothers me, I'll do something about it. Meanwhile, I'll run things like
RSGBTech which is far more productive than all your ranting.


(Jan & Feb were remarkably good months BTW, odd you didn't mention that
in your report. Mar is off to a good start.)
--
Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They
are depriving those in real need!

https://www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
Spike
2018-03-04 09:47:28 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by SteveE
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
WHS
You've been predicting the demise of the RSGB for years.
It will see you out.
Possibly not in its current form.
Post by Brian Reay
I don't like the way the RSGB is run but, rather than rant about it, I
let them live in their own little world (rather like you, they try to
throw they weight around and I ignore them).  If something crops up that
bothers me, I'll do something about it.  Meanwhile, I'll run things like
RSGBTech which is far more productive than all your ranting.
RSGBTech is nothing to be proud about; indeed the RSGB should be
ashamed. But this story isn't over yet.
Post by Brian Reay
(Jan & Feb were remarkably good months BTW, odd you didn't mention that
in your report. Mar is off to a good start.)
It's best year was 2014. This year /needs/ a good start.
--
Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
'moderation' issues and none are mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines.....
mm0fmf
2018-03-04 10:14:59 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by SteveE
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
WHS
You've been predicting the demise of the RSGB for years.
It will see you out.
I believe the phrase 'Nice burn' is required here.
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2018-03-04 10:19:42 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by SteveE
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
The RSGB was on rocky ground after this and management catastrophes
haven't help one iota.
No wonder why no prospective 'Presidents' have added their name. No
one wants this prestigious position. That must, surely, tell them
something.
WHS
You've been predicting the demise of the RSGB for years.
It will see you out.
I believe the phrase 'Nice burn' is required here.
cremation? ....
Paul Cummins
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If something crops up that
bothers me, I'll do something about it.
Remember to take your dossier to Police then.
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Do you need help shuffling off your mortal coil?
http://www.dignitas.ch might be willing to help.
Don't delay, call them today - trade in on Smart Car offered.
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On Sat, 3 Mar 2018 17:21:50 +0000
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will
care. So that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation.
Apart from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only
have one vote, but the actions of many (for example many of those
who left the RSGB after the coup) have an impact. So clearly
no-one cares about my individual action, only if it is part of a
trend. This was hardly worth saying, but I'm sure you'll keep
saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
He was dead against it. Perhaps conveniently shoved aside as, after
all, his protestations had no effect whatsoever.
Now, it appears that he's conveniently forgotten that era and now is a
fully fledged supporter of the RSGB again, probably because he thinks
it might score him points in a usenet argument.
Personally, I feel that the RSGB is finished and will not survive for
more than a few years.
This hasn't been helped by lax oversight by the directors including
Brian Reay which led to to the Peter Kirby debacle and serious
financial problems for the 'society', as well as the member fallout
that ensued.
To add to that, I consider the FL scheme was the start of the problems
as a lot of members didn't like the 'CBisitation' of amateur
licences and voted with their feet.
bunch of pirates wouldn't pay for anything ....
Spike
2018-03-04 09:05:41 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
ISTR you weren't over-keen on the coup yourself - perhaps you've
conveniently forgotten.
Some were so not over-keen they resigned, while some sat on their
backsides and waited for their term to end.
--
Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
'moderation' issues and none are mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines.....
Spike
2018-03-04 09:05:25 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by Brian Reay
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation.   Apart
from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only have one vote,
but the actions of many (for example many of those who left the RSGB
after the coup) have an impact.  So clearly no-one cares about my
individual action, only if it is part of a trend.  This was hardly worth
saying, but I'm sure you'll keep saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
Things are run by those who turn up. If they have nothing to hide, they
have nothing to fear.
--
Spike

"RSGBTech is meant for everyone", or so the RSGB says. The group is
moderated 'to
ensure that the questions are on topic', but the group's own admissions
policy mention
(a pre-) 'vet', 'known', 'trouble', and 'maker', but not the vetting
policy! None of these are
'moderation' issues and none are mentioned in the RSGB's Guidelines.....
Jim.GM4DHJ ...
2018-03-04 09:26:49 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
Post by Roger Hayter
Post by Brian Reay
I doubt anyone will notice or care whether you (re)join or not Roger.
You obviously thought it worth a catty remark. And I will care. So
that's two of us anyway.
Don't fool yourself Roger.
I am not the one making a fool of himself in this conversation. Apart
from anything else, you ignore the fact that we each only have one vote,
but the actions of many (for example many of those who left the RSGB
after the coup) have an impact. So clearly no-one cares about my
individual action, only if it is part of a trend. This was hardly worth
saying, but I'm sure you'll keep saying it.
You and your chums are forever ranting about something. It achieves
nothing.
chum..fullameatychunks .........
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