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Old 22nd April 2013, 21:41
Reginevp Reginevp is offline
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Originally Posted by Crofter View Post

I admire your valiant efforts in single-handedly juggling several threads at once and I agree with much of what you write. Its all been said before to no avail. The one thing I would caution you on though is to take it steady on the Gaelic, it depresses me to see it so horribly ravaged.

Nobody I know has a river of loaves in their kitchen
now, isn't that helpful and constructive criticism! I miss a few encouraging words here, along the lines of: well done, but the word you used for oven is very similar to river, but that's how it should be spelled. Thank you!

Instead this awfully patronizing tone which i find all over this forum. Cm ort, Seamus!
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