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explorerJC




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PostPosted: Wed May 08, 2019 10:40 pm    Post subject: Farewell TriTalk Reply with quote

and we thank you...
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GrahamO




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PostPosted: Thu May 09, 2019 3:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

A bit premature aren't we - there's almost a week left in the old girl yet.

I remember standing on a cold wet hillside near Bolton, camera in hand, awaiting the start, with Paul chalking the road with something about Pieman, as a police patrol car went past wondering how my car had got inside the road blockade (get there at 0300 and sleep in the car a bit), and me wishing there were TV highlights instead of this malarkey.

And it then started to rain a bit - so I had to hide under the tailgate of the car.

Without TT, I would have been tucked up nice and warm in bed .....

And who could ever forget https://twitter.com/lonestartt
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Paul L




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PostPosted: Fri May 10, 2019 6:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Even though there is still a few days to go, I will say my farewells now too.

As it is now almost 10 years since my last race, I do not intend to join the new forum.

But I will always remember great times racing and supporting as part of TriTalk. Cool

Good luck, Paul. Smile
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SloggingScotsman




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PostPosted: Fri May 10, 2019 10:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Paul L wrote:
Even though there is still a few days to go, I will say my farewells now too.

As it is now almost 10 years since my last race, I do not intend to join the new forum.

But I will always remember great times racing and supporting as part of TriTalk. Cool

Good luck, Paul. Smile
Seconded.

Enjoy your new forum. Keep teasing as much as you like, challenging myself mentally and physically keeps me alive. Talking of which the hospital tell me that I probably (subject to further confirmatory tests) have liver cirrhosis, so we had an honest chat about life expectancy. For me I have to decide if I will just let nature take its course, or, yet again, summon the willpower and energy to overcome the prognosis. Not sure which way I will go yet.

As GrahamO correctly pointed out to you I am viewing the new forum for useful info, and am curious how the transfer will go, while laughing at your banter, but you may as well give up on me returning. Life is too short to deal with Ejc.

So like PaulL, all the best. And that includes, Ejc. I still have some of my tritalk kit to remember you all with.

Anyhow, stuff to do.


I was right about Brexit (so far anyway, it has failed to happen twice Wink )

Btw, my final prediction below is now at 78.6%, thatís a whopping rise in under a year (when was my last post, 6/7 months ago?). Peak worry time the second half of that rolling ten year prediction.
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duckhen




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PostPosted: Fri May 10, 2019 3:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

SloggingScotsman wrote:
Paul L wrote:
Even though there is still a few days to go, I will say my farewells now too.

As it is now almost 10 years since my last race, I do not intend to join the new forum.

But I will always remember great times racing and supporting as part of TriTalk. Cool

Good luck, Paul. Smile
Seconded.

Enjoy your new forum. Keep teasing as much as you like, challenging myself mentally and physically keeps me alive. Talking of which the hospital tell me that I probably (subject to further confirmatory tests) have liver cirrhosis, so we had an honest chat about life expectancy. For me I have to decide if I will just let nature take its course, or, yet again, summon the willpower and energy to overcome the prognosis. Not sure which way I will go yet.

As GrahamO correctly pointed out to you I am viewing the new forum for useful info, and am curious how the transfer will go, while laughing at your banter, but you may as well give up on me returning. Life is too short to deal with Ejc.

So like PaulL, all the best. And that includes, Ejc. I still have some of my tritalk kit to remember you all with.

Anyhow, stuff to do.


I was right about Brexit (so far anyway, it has failed to happen twice Wink )

Btw, my final prediction below is now at 78.6%, thatís a whopping rise in under a year (when was my last post, 6/7 months ago?). Peak worry time the second half of that rolling ten year prediction.


Good Luck....from a dedicated lurker!
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Jorgan




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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2019 8:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rest easy TT1.0. I've spent a fair few hours on here over the last 12 years!

Here's to the future over on 2.0 Smile

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Wheezy




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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2019 8:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Last post from me too.

Not a lurker but not a prolific poster either.

It's been a great source of support, knowledge and banter, with a little bit of biff thrown in and I've made a few friends through here too.

Really pleased we've still got a tritalk to log into, and thanks to those on here that have made that happen.

I never did run sub3 when on here and I never did read the article about Zachary Carr. Smile

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mattsurf




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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2019 9:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Farewell Old Tritalk and welcome the new
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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2019 2:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Its been a lot of fun over the years, heres to the new . A last pint in slims 1.0 first Bye Beer
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