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Whinge of the day

Post by Nutroast » 13 Feb 2012, 12:11

I hurt my back a few days ago, it's been agony. Then, while walking the dog last night, I caught my foot on a tussock of grass and fell over without putting my hand out, landing flat and winding myself. So, now my back hurts and my sternum. I went to Te$co to get more ibuprofen and, as they are only packs of 16 and I don't want to go out much, I put 3 boxes in my basket. OH NO she said, I can only sell you TWO boxes.

For goodness sake, nanny state! If they want to pretend to be protecting our health, why don't they stop shops selling 24 cans of strong rubbish beer for pence :twisted:

Ah, I feel better for that :D

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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by him again » 13 Feb 2012, 16:13

A very valid point Nutroast, I've tried to stock up on tablets before and been told all I can buy is two packets. Maybe you should have bought some Deep Heat or something!

Could only happen in the UK eh?? (where you can get a pizza faster than an ambulance!)
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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by Gill the Piano » 13 Feb 2012, 17:55

...and of course there's nothing to stop you visiting every shop in town to buy twenty packs!
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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by him again » 14 Feb 2012, 16:27

What's to whinge about??

The Hun have gone into administration, and consequently have ten points docked. As quietly as you can now without sounding gloaty....WHOOOOOOOAAARRRRRRR!!!

For it's a grand auld team to play for
It's a grand auld team to support......

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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by Gill the Piano » 14 Feb 2012, 19:29

Was that English? I didn't understand a word. Well, I understood the words, but not what they meant... :shock: :?:
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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by him again » 14 Feb 2012, 21:00

The hateful Hun. The most odious football team in Europe so much so they make Manchester United quite likeable.

perhaps this news report might clarify things:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-g ... t-17026172

so no football fans on here then???
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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by Gill the Piano » 16 Mar 2012, 19:22

I never understand this piano size business; a small upright takes up not much more floor space than a plastic pig...
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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by Nutroast » 17 Mar 2012, 13:08

Suffice to say I can't abide big league football and it's grossly overpaid players.

Anyway, dragging this back, I had apparently managed to break at least one rib, but as they don't x-ray now we can't tell if it was more than one. One's enough! Luckily my gp was sympathetic and gave me stronger painkillers which definitely helped and things are gradually getting better.

You've got to get a piano, Dave, there's got to be a space somewhere. Where the telly is, perhaps? :wink:

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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by Gill the Piano » 17 Mar 2012, 15:35

Can you not get The Management a pair of headphones?
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Post by Gill the Piano » 19 Mar 2012, 18:54

Put the 'valiant' into it! :D
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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by Gill the Piano » 20 Mar 2012, 18:28

Fingest next Sunday. But you'll have to go some to get there for 9am. And no flowers because it's Lent! :D
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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by Gill the Piano » 21 Mar 2012, 18:53

Yes, there are foot pedals, but I give them a stiff ignoring as I don't have the puff for them; it's amazing how physically tiring it is to play the pedals. So I stick to early English organ music which doesn't need the pedals, and nobody complains!
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Post by Gill the Piano » 23 Mar 2012, 18:47

Gits.
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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by Gill the Piano » 24 Mar 2012, 19:32

Play summat else then. Just do your two a day then FORGET IT. I keep saying that SR is a weeny bit of the exam. Do your best and let the rest of the exam carry you through, like I used to with scales (my personal bugbear).
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Re: Whinge of the day

Post by Gill the Piano » 25 Mar 2012, 17:41

Of COURSE you can learn new pieces. You have managed to date. Just do your 2 exercises, then REGARDLESS OF THE OUTCOME, carry on with the rest of the practice.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 26 Mar 2012, 17:00

It's what I said all along - do your best at the SR in the exam, then blow their socks off with the rest of your excellent playing! :D
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Post by dave brum » 15 Feb 2015, 19:05

Yet again my local church haven't published last week's newsletter. They didn't publish any of the January ones until the first week and February and I had to keep badgering their webmaster (under a secure pseudonym, of course) to get them on. I really do not understand why they are connected to the information superhighway if they cannot bother to provide any information - do they not realise there are folk in the parish that take an interest in their church and its activities???
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Post by Gill the Piano » 16 Feb 2015, 16:54

...but not enough to go! :lol: Probably up to their neck in Lent and Easter service planning. My organ duties have already changed twice for March...
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Post by dave brum » 13 Mar 2015, 21:41

Still no bloody newsletter up for 01/03 or 08/03. If I was Webmaster, the newsletter would be up within 48 or 24 hours of the Sunday, I'd show 'em. They really are in need of red hot pokers up their desktops at St.Jasons.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 14 Mar 2015, 20:04

You should volunteer for the job then. :twisted:
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Post by dave brum » 14 Mar 2015, 20:56

Gill the Piano wrote:You should volunteer for the job then. :twisted:
I would do, if I was a member of the church. I have the time and the resources - and can be trained.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 15 Mar 2015, 16:52

It would drive FF mad with rage. So worth considering...
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Post by dave brum » 15 Mar 2015, 19:15

What would drive her more mad with rage is this thing in the Birmingham Mail about this bloke in his 50s who was not allowed to have piano lessons as a boy but took up the piano in his 30s and despite having many difficulties with depression, other health issues, paranoia, concentration and yes, reading music and several local teachers who refused to take this person on solely because of the fact he has mental health issues, including one Birmingham Church organist who shattered his confidence by calling him 'the awkwardest person I have ever had the misfortune to teach' the result of which meant he didn't even touch a piano for over 12 months.

Drove past the church again this morning, she wasn't there even though her car was outside her house. I think she's gone away on hollies! Either that or she's skedaddled to Syria and become a jihadi bride or something.....
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Post by dave brum » 15 Mar 2015, 19:42

BREAKING NEWS the March newsletters are up. There are collections advertised for the new 'Organ Repair Fund' - well, according to Mabel, it's only half an organ.

There's also lots and lots of Welsh on the St.Davids Day newsletter, however it is also peppered with lots of misguided Jeremy Clarkson-esque untruths and stereotypes about Wales and its lovely Celtic language. Bearing in mind the Welsh language thrived through religion, Nonconformity and independence, so we would expect this from the established Church, wouldn't we??

I remember seeing an interview with (Welsh actress and singer) Caryl Parry Jones and she said that one of the two things that made her mad were people who say hateful things about the Welsh language. I agree with her. Not spoke in Welsh for ages on here, have I??
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Post by Gill the Piano » 16 Mar 2015, 15:35

dave brum wrote: she's skedaddled to Syria and become a jihadi bride or something.....
They should be surrendering any second now if that's the case.
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'You are the awkwardest little mujahid I've ever had the misfortune to marry'.......
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Post by dave brum » 21 Mar 2015, 08:28

Went to Derby yesterday and got stuck in the worst traffic chaos I've ever been stuck in as long as I've been forced to drive. There was a vehicle fire in one of the tunnels in the city centre and the tailbacks were a good three miles long. So I tried to divert myself through Handsworth and voila - they shut Soho Road as well (not connected with vehicle fire). And all the time I was busting for a weewee :oops:
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Post by dave brum » 21 Mar 2015, 14:55

Then, on the way back from Oxford, we decided to call off at the Waitrose at Headington. It doesn't have its own car park but there is a council car park adjacent to it that serves Headington village. It cost us £1.40 to park for a minimum of 2 hours at 1855h. Free parking doesn't commence until 2000h.

At Droitwich Waitrose, which is also adjacent to a council car park an hour costs 50p and if you spend a certain amount in 'the Rose' then you get it back. This doesn't apply in Headington. Also charging in Droitwich ends at 1800h.

Would Droitwich folk pay THAT!!!
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Post by Gill the Piano » 21 Mar 2015, 18:09

Spoke to a lady from Erdington today...come down on the train to see her daughter & son-in-law.
Re Waitrose - you sure you don't get a refund with the ticket if you spend over a fiver? Anyway, welcome to our world. Everyone thinks we're rich but forget that everything here is 7 times more expensive...
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Post by dave brum » 21 Mar 2015, 18:25

Oh, Erdz, as we call it. On a hill between the city centre and Sutton Coldfield in the north of the city. We're in the south near the border with Worcestershire. I met an Erdingtonian at a church event on the estate in Sheffield I used to live on. She had a daughter called Tanya who knew all of 'Jilted John'. Did you tell her you knew someone from Brum??

It didn't say in Waitrose, we looked!
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Post by Gill the Piano » 22 Mar 2015, 14:34

I did indeed mention you - and my friend Kate in Chelmsley (?). She hadn't read about you in Brum Crimewatch Magazine so that was a good sign.
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Post by dave brum » 22 Mar 2015, 17:39

Gill the Piano wrote:I did indeed mention you - and my friend Kate in Chelmsley (?). She hadn't read about you in Brum Crimewatch Magazine so that was a good sign.
Yes, Chelmsley Wood, in the east of the city and to the north of Birmingham Airport. Right next to a place called Smiths Wood. Does Kate play a musical instrument?

Odd I've not been mentioned, I wrecked the piano in the Priory Square shopping centre in town.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 22 Mar 2015, 19:58

No, Kate's main thing is cats!
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Post by dave brum » 22 Mar 2015, 20:02

It's the trend nowadays for Catherines Kates and Katies etc. to be called Cat. Maybe she should follow suit.
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Post by dave brum » 26 Mar 2015, 07:20

I can only make postings on this page now from this laptop. The upstairs desktop is now not letting me click on forum titles and taking me to the relevant thread. I can't even sign in. Balls (not you, Ed).
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Post by Gill the Piano » 26 Mar 2015, 18:22

I just had exactly the same problem, emued Barrie to tell him I couldn't moderate anything, came back to the forum and...magic! Try it again, Dave.
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Post by dave brum » 26 Mar 2015, 18:37

I don't know what Barrie did but the problem is now solved. Odd it only seemed to affect only one of my two machines.

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Post by dave brum » 27 Mar 2015, 17:19

It's happening again, this time I can click on the titles for around 10 seconds and that's that.
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Post by dave brum » 29 Mar 2015, 19:00

Went to Telford today, not far at all but was diverted no less than 3 times.

On the way to the M5 we went straight past the church. The Phantom Organist was there but we noticed her car was pointing the opposite way to the way it usually is, i.e down St.Jasons Road rather than upwards. Then we get back in the evening and we notice there had been some pictures posted on the church Twitter feed. Now, the person who manages the social media platform at St.Jasons is the same person who manages the church website which means the news blackout is king. In spite of this though, they issue an automatic tweet early every Sunday morning that usually goes something like this:

Good morning. We hope to see you at our Holy Communion service.

Today however I log on to Twitty and find that there are some pictures posted of the Palm Sunday parade into church and some long service honours for the choir, which is of course presided over by the Director of Music :twisted: . There were some lovely pictures of our lovely Vicar, whom I really like. Now what is there to whinge about there, Mr.Brum, I hear you bellow? The last picture included a rear shot of Fanny blithering Fosdyke on the parade into church looking equally as respectful and as arrogant as a corrupt duchess. I am unhappy again.

I counted 4 whinges there, much less that the amount of extra gigs she's got for Holy Week (for which we don't know what's going on there as nobody's bothered to tell us!)
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Post by dave brum » 29 Mar 2015, 19:40

And it looks like I won't be getting a palm cross this year either as the rain is lashing it down outside and I'm blowed if I'm going out in that just to tidy one up on St.Jasons Road. Pity as I have a spare vase. That's whinge no5.

UPDATE there's now ANOTHER photo of the nasty little schweinhund standing at the altar being 'honoured' by Father for her choir work. She's had to do quite a bit of brown nosing for that - but if only Father knew exactly what this person has said/done to me and why I cannot go to church. I am a victim of this gross miscarriage of justice.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 29 Mar 2015, 19:57

My whinge; my pooter is possessed. It turned off its own touch screen thingy and decided it wanted a mouse. I've never ever used a mouse. Fortunately a passing ive year old (well, 20, but he looked 5) fixed it. Bottle of white wine well spent.
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Post by dave brum » 04 Apr 2015, 20:16

The music education games on musicteachers.co.uk are no longer free. Now they're £3 per month. Fanny Fosdyke has some links to note reading games on her website which WERE free last time I looked.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 07 Apr 2015, 17:05

It's the way the world's going - music's becoming a rich person's game again. :(
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Post by dave brum » 07 Apr 2015, 21:59

There are lots of free note reading games etc. if you use Google to locate them. You can also download and print free flash cards, which is what I'm on at the moment.

Oh and those ones on pianofanny.co.uk are still free.
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Post by dave brum » 11 Apr 2015, 11:20

Just had a look through the other forum. Don't know why I did as I knew the sort of thing they'd be still talking about from the last time I went on there. Will social reform ever reach that forum, or will it reach the southern US states first??

Gizzy, I dare you to say the word bottoms on there!
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Post by LarryS » 11 Apr 2015, 15:58

Ok so I register to this other forum (non piano) and I got the first email , click on this link to confirm blah blah. Great. But cant login because my account needs to be activated. Second email due. Nothing. Try to login, no joy, and a message saying Contact the administrator. Except you need to be logged in to do so!

Ive come across a few forums like this, really silly design.

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LarryS wrote:Ok so I register to this other forum (non piano) and I got the first email , click on this link to confirm blah blah. Great. But cant login because my account needs to be activated. Second email due. Nothing. Try to login, no joy, and a message saying Contact the administrator. Except you need to be logged in to do so!

Ive come across a few forums like this, really silly design.

The problem is if we turn off the Click one, press two, Now jump backwards stuff... the forum will soon fill up with crap about Kitchens, Strange toys and nowt else..

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Post by LarryS » 11 Apr 2015, 16:59

This one was a doddle Barrie!

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Post by dave brum » 12 Apr 2015, 09:29

Was not too pleased when I found I'd gained 1.5kg when I stepped on the scales this morning. I haven't been 112kg for years - it's all these Easter eggs, my own Green and Blacks 70% cocoa one plus the two cheap and foul tasting ones I got from my neighbour for doing her front lawn.

I have to put two coats of whitewash in the walkin cupboard in the room I'm doing this week. I'll never be able to fit all of my blubbery mass in there and I may get trapped so I must remember my cellphone to call 112 if I need to.....
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Post by dave brum » 12 Apr 2015, 12:37

...that, and my usual Sunday morning gripe about not being able to go to church, sing hymns, hear an organ being played etc.etc.
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