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 Post subject: Christmas greetings from Bradford
PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2011 8:35 pm 
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A photo from my Emma the artist. It doesn't all look like that, of course. This is one of the better bits.

Anyhow, a huge thank you to everybody who sent in their best wishes and otherwise made contact those six weeks ago, at a very trying time. I don't think I can express enough how much that meant to us, and how comforting it was to Mrs EU Referendum.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2011 8:51 pm 

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And to you Richard, Mrs EU and all yours, A Happy New Christmas and a Merry Year!


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All the very best to you and yours, Richard. And to all the extended family too. I am deeply grateful that you have created this blog. You are a beacon of reason and light in a sea of journalistic stupidity and ordure. May you enjoy many more Christmases to come.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2011 9:00 pm 
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Normal grump will be resumed tomorrow, so don't get carried away.


At least it won't be a long wait. And, a merry Christmas to you and all who chance to read this.

I would particularly like to remember all the members of the forum who offer choice comments here. This is an unusual site where one does not have to wade through endless muck to find worthwhile thought. So, with my Christmas greeting, my thanks to you all.

P.S. It's a good thing to take a day off from being grumpy. I will have to try it some time.

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BAH!

Here before the lot of you and it's all HUMBUG.....


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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone here.

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 Post subject: Re: Christmas greetings from Bradford
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Best wishes to you also, and you go careful on them cobbles.


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Merry Christmas Richard, Mrs EUreferendum and the rum lot that hang around these environs...


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Must admit it was a very worrying time for us all and it's great to have you back, in such fine fettle too.
Somehow I feel much more optimistic that the evil empire will be overcome, sooner rather than later.
And with that happy thought I wish you all a very Merry Christmas.


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Glad you are on the mend Richard and a Happy and Peaceful Christmas and 2012 to you, Mrs EU Referendum, your family plus everybody else on here.

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 Post subject: Re: Christmas greetings from Bradford
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Merry Christmas Dr North - I rarely comment as my expertise lies nowhere close politics but I have been an avid daily reader for over 5 years. Keep up the sterling work - glad the pig parts are working well. I'm looking forward to your thoughts and views on what are probably going to be 'interesting times' in 2012.

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 Post subject: Re: Christmas greetings from Bradford
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We are all delighted you are still with us. Your grumpy posts reassure us that you are enjoying life. :)

May this be the first of many bonus christmases for you both.

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Happy Christmas. PDT_Armataz_02_11


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 Post subject: Re: Christmas greetings from Bradford
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Photo, it Looks like - just off the Leeds road, or Thornton road, Manningham Lane.... nice areas.


Anyroad up, to you and your dear wife [a tower of strength methinks] AND family, wishing you all a happy Christmas!!

And, reading this blog makes me realise - other people share my [or some of :lol:] my thoughts!?

Thank you: for the carefully constructed [links etc] and always thoughtful blog Dr. R. [and maybe sometimes magnificently raging - I too - feel the pain].

Plus, all you lot who comment on here - happy crimble lads'n'lasses!


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I too am pleased to wish you a happy Christmas! I glad you are there!


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