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    Default Closing threads

    I have no problem with threads being shut, But why not give the reason in public.

    I suppose one could enquire under the "Freedom of Information" act

    Or even challenge it in the courts

    Justice should be seen ..............................................sumtimes
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    Quote Originally Posted by bollocks View Post
    I have no problem with threads being shut, But why not give the reason in public.

    I suppose one could enquire under the "Freedom of Information" act

    Or even challenge it in the courts

    Justice should be seen ..............................................sumtimes
    Was never answered adequately

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    Boy, you really are at a loose end! Reduced to bumping your old threads.

    No money for a visit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bollocks View Post
    I have no problem with threads being shut, But why not give the reason in public.

    I suppose one could enquire under the "Freedom of Information" act

    Or even challenge it in the courts

    Justice should be seen ..............................................sumtimes
    Doubt the Irish Freedom of Information Act works in sunnier climes.
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    It is annoying when a thread has been dead for months or years and then someone revives it. It's usually an argument in which all the other people are long gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bollocks View Post
    I have no problem with threads being shut, But why not give the reason in public.

    I suppose one could enquire under the "Freedom of Information" act

    Or even challenge it in the courts

    Justice should be seen ..............................................sumtimes
    examples please and heads will roll

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    Quote Originally Posted by bollocks View Post
    I have no problem with threads being shut, But why not give the reason in public.

    I suppose one could enquire under the "Freedom of Information" act

    Or even challenge it in the courts

    Justice should be seen ..............................................sumtimes
    And most times "Sumtimes" is spelt "Sometimes". Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lildick View Post
    And most times "Sumtimes" is spelt "Sometimes". Lol.
    I see the spelling guards are out in force
    go boil your head

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcatel View Post
    Doubt the Irish Freedom of Information Act works in sunnier climes.
    We have our Writes as inshrined in the Consipation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bollocks View Post
    We have our Writes as inshrined in the Consipation.
    Constipation?

    Knew you can't let things go :-P
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