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FAO The Staff!!! 4 years 6 months ago #309785

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I've noticed recently (I do notice things occasionally after I've had 2 or 3 coffees and woken up properly
) that there are quite a few Practical Caravan staff who are now posting on the forum.  Whilst it's very nice and very encouraging that they are, it makes me wonder where they've all been up until now, seeing as most of them appear to have actually joined the forum some months ago - well, according to the joining dates under their avatars. Are you all shy, or were you under some sort of gagging order before now?
 
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FAO The Staff!!! 4 years 6 months ago #309786

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Hi Soozeeg,
 
I'm Practical Caravan's new reporter, having only been with the team 5 months I've got an excuse :-) Also I've been waiting for the new website before getting properly stuck in. Anything you need, I'll try and help!
 
Thanks,
 
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FAO The Staff!!! 4 years 6 months ago #309787

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Rory White wrote:
 Anything you need, I'll try and help!
 'Anything' ?? 
  Well now...........there's an offer!!  I'll have to have a think about that, sort my needs out into order of priority! But, ahem, as it's taken you five months to come and say hello, I won't hold my breath! tee hee
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FAO The Staff!!! 4 years 6 months ago #309788

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Oh, and I like the bit about you waiting for the new website before getting stuck in............good job us members didn't take the same view, we've been waiting years!!!! LOL
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