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Old 11-02-2012, 01:36 PM
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I'm just done with the whole subject. I voted two nights ago, so I've done what I can. Now it's time to sit back watch the show. Enjoy posting your polls, attacks, etc. because I've got better things to do - like posting music videos, pics of Rhayne, etc. See you all in the other forums AFTER the election.

Anyone care to join me??
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I'm just done with the whole subject. I voted two nights ago, so I've done what I can. Now it's time to sit back watch the show. Enjoy posting your polls, attacks, etc. because I've got better things to do - like posting music videos, pics of Rhayne, etc. See you all in the other forums AFTER the election.

Anyone care to join me??
I have been holding off posting on here because I thought people had more important matters to think and post about lately with the election and your dreadful weather you just experienced over there.

I was planning to start posting more prolifically about UK matters and also in the Entertainment and Pets threads, plus any other that I wish to contribute to when the election was done, dusted and people had calmed down.

People seem to be on tenterhooks, not surprisingly seeing as the Election is so important. I find people seem to be different on the forums lately, and not as laid-back as before.

I think I will do what I said I wouldn't and actually start to resurrect some of the music threads and whatever else there is. So, perhaps see you over there?
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I have been holding off posting on here because I thought people had more important matters to think and post about lately with the election and your dreadful weather you just experienced over there.

I was planning to start posting more prolifically about UK matters and also in the Entertainment and Pets threads, plus any other that I wish to contribute to when the election was done, dusted and people had calmed down.

People seem to be on tenterhooks, not surprisingly seeing as the Election is so important. I find people seem to be different on the forums lately, and not as laid-back as before.

I think I will do what I said I wouldn't and actually start to resurrect some of the music threads and whatever else there is. So, perhaps see you over there?
Sounds like a plan. While everyone else is arguing, we can kick back and enjoy a little music and a pint. I'll keep a barca-lounger open for you...
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Sounds like a plan. While everyone else is arguing, we can kick back and enjoy a little music and a pint. I'll keep a barca-lounger open for you...
Fantastic.

Hey people - chill. People of the forums - chill. These boards are getting way too heated and they should be recreational.
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I am so glad this is going to be over soon...
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I'm not particularly tired of the election, nor am I following it closely. I've voted already.
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Over my wizened years (*cough cough*), I've learned that if you don't invest too much emotion INTO the elections, then you won't be exhausted later on...

Sure, there may be a topic or two that gets up my gander, but big picture, if you treat it as water rolling down a duck's back, you won't end up feeling like a quack (Three of 'em!)......
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Over my wizened years (*cough cough*), I've learned that if you don't invest too much emotion INTO the elections, then you won't be exhausted later on...

Sure, there may be a topic or two that gets up my gander, but big picture, if you treat it as water rolling down a duck's back, you won't end up feeling like a quack (Three of 'em!)......
Well, you know what they say "What comes around, goose around."
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Well, you know what they say "What comes around, goose around."
Ya'll are some turkeys... Peacocking around like two bird-brained love birds bent on flocking to the worst avian puns available.
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Over my wizened years (*cough cough*), I've learned that if you don't invest too much emotion INTO the elections, then you won't be exhausted later on...

Sure, there may be a topic or two that gets up my gander, but big picture, if you treat it as water rolling down a duck's back, you won't end up feeling like a quack (Three of 'em!)......
I'm prepared to live with the results, one way or another.
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