Where has everybody gone??

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Gill the Piano
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Re: Where has everybody gone??

Post by Gill the Piano » 25 Aug 2009, 16:25

We're all sitting quietly waiting for you to bound back into the room and start a discussion/argument/fight, darling! Either that or everybody's roasting their bits on the Costa Packet...
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Re: Where has everybody gone??

Post by Feg » 25 Aug 2009, 20:52

dave brum wrote: And my sight reading's improving!!!
Shhhhhhh - I thought that s***t r*****g was a swear word, Dave :D

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Re: Where has everybody gone??

Post by kebabselector » 29 Aug 2009, 00:03

I'm still around (and still a bit round), but not been on the net much. Too much other stuff happening. Still might get a bit of free time soon.
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Re: Where has everybody gone??

Post by pintwister » 30 Aug 2009, 14:07

Seams as though there are more forums than there are people to read them.
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Re: Where has everybody gone??

Post by markymark » 01 Sep 2009, 17:29

Term time started today and I'm very busy. Have been in school since last week reassembling my classroom. Besides doing the moderating stuff, I'm not posting much new material at the moment. The printer and laminator has been getting most of my attention during the last 48 hours! :(

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Re: Where has everybody gone??

Post by markymark » 01 Sep 2009, 21:19

What makes you think the plug will get pulled on this forum?

The LEARNING TO PLAY THE PIANO forums are among the four fastest growing and most active forums which is why the need arose for another moderator. The forums are quiet at the moment but it goes through those phases.

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