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Ah, that's more like what I expected! Welcome back.... :P

Ron.

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STEMO, that looks a useful contact number, thanks. I will try them tomorrow, when they are awake!  :y

Ron.

P.S. You do realise that you are endangering your reputation as an unhelpful b*stard, don't you?  ;D

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No, DG - my phone is just a basic "ring, bloody ring" model!
However, it was coincident with Hotmail trying to force users to convert to Outlook. The (unhelpful) messages all have the correct logos and templates, so seem genuine. The main problem is that all the information that they want me to provide is contained within my email account, which I cannot access - for example, exact subject heading for sent emails, etc.
If I could contact a real person at Hotmail and get real answers, that would help; but they keep true contact information a secret!

Ron.

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I am unable to access my Hotmail email account, for no apparent reason. They said that somebody else has been trying to access my account, so I went through the identification procedure SEVERAL times and was repeatedly told that I had not provides sufficient information to confirm my identity. However, since most of the data needed to do so is in my contact list in my email account, this proved difficult!
I have now lost patience with the automated (and unhelpful) system.
Obviously, at the very least I will need to recover all of my contact and history information, but ideally I wish to have my account re-instated fully.
There seems to be no known way to contact a real person at Hotmail, only a robopt with standard, useless answers.
Can the mighty Forum help, please?

Ron.

110
General Discussion Area / Re: Boris in trouble again
« on: 08 August 2018, 21:12:45 »
If they don't like it here, they know where the airport is. We won't miss them. :P

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Boris in trouble again
« on: 08 August 2018, 18:48:34 »
What does he have to apologise for, Mr. Blue? Has he lied, or said anything to offend us?  ???

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Boris in trouble again
« on: 08 August 2018, 13:15:58 »
TG, we are ALL racist - it's Nature's way. Think about it: when there is any kind of threat from outside, what do we do?  We band together as a group and turn against the "aliens" and repel them. Why the F**k are we so afraid to use the term racist?

Ron.

113
General Discussion Area / Re: Boris in trouble again
« on: 08 August 2018, 13:09:40 »
He SHOULD have got the top job instead of May - we would have been out of Europe by now, on good terms, too.
To have somebody in No. 10 who is clued-up would be a refreshing change.
As Mayor, he did a lot of good things for London, including getting rid of Red Ken@s ridiculous and dangerous bendy buses, but I will never forgive him for handing over much of my paid-for road space in the Capital to cyclists! It has created much more of the congestion that he hoped to reduce.
If I speak to him nicely, when he becomes PM, could I be his Minister for Transport? Please?

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Boris in trouble again
« on: 08 August 2018, 12:55:14 »
If I could turn back time..... :(

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Boris in trouble again
« on: 08 August 2018, 12:29:51 »
KBW?

Ron.

116
Newbie Welcome Area / Re: Engine cutting out, Fuel
« on: 08 August 2018, 10:03:36 »
The usual answer seems to be crank sensor and the water problem is the classic blocked scuttle drain - clear it out!  :y

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Boris in trouble again
« on: 08 August 2018, 10:00:53 »
Yes Lizzie; it's a pity that more politicians don't say what they really think instead of what makes them look "good"!  >:( >:( >:(

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: 21 years....
« on: 06 August 2018, 10:43:20 »
Good to have friends out there. Thank you all.

Today i drove to some of our favorite places, of course with the saloon, her favorite car. But her seat was empty.

Strange to sit alone by the little church on the mountain top, looking over the Rhine valley. Can not realize that we will never be there together again.

I don't know about anyone else, but it seems to be very dusty in here today. Something in my eye..

So sorry for your loss, I can't even imagine :(

Exactly, Aaron - hence my Dickens quotation.

Ron.

119
Omega General Help / Re: Radiator fans
« on: 05 August 2018, 23:14:02 »
I've seen that on here before, Nige: either someone else (Keith?) posted it, or it's in the Guides.

Ron.

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General Discussion Area / Re: 21 years....
« on: 05 August 2018, 22:19:38 »
I am reminded of a scene from Pickwick Papers.....
"The tear which starts unbidden to the eye when the recollection
of old times and the happiness of many years ago is suddenly
recalled."  :'(

Ron.

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