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  #3 New 02-04-2013 06:20 AM
Dear All,
I have been sitting here contemplating my navel.Suddenly a thought entered my head.Where have the following contributors to our Forum gone?I refer to Graham Christian and Tony Wagstaffe. Somehow the
Forum seems to be somewhat bleak in their absense.Quite frankly I miss the spiritual type ramblings of Graham and the hard nosed style of journalism shown by our chum Tony.Am I in minority of one?Am I losing my mind?Have I been watching Jeremy Kyle too much??
Either way I hope these two merry men are still alive and kicking.Graham, come back soon, all is forgiven.Tony, still keep up the good work giving taxi fares dodgers a a short sharp lesson.
Cheers, Joe
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#7 03-05-2013 10:26 PM
Wow! Didn't know a reward was out on me ha, ha. Nice of you to inquire though Joe. Suffice to say it was an enforced holiday. Surprised too at so few informative answers as some on here know me on facebook and indeed via my blogs on google. (Plenty spiritual ramblings there my man) Don't know about Ron's emails though.....mmmmm. Peace.G.
#6 02-08-2013 11:41 AM
Tony is accessible on youtube.
#5 02-07-2013 06:24 AM
Diana Frese Says:
Joe, didn't I read that you have recently been promoted? I will have to look it up. Henry Ellis has indeed, and I should send him congratulations. We could ask him if he has heard from Tony. Congratulations to yourself as well, if I remember correctly. Unfortunately I haven't been very current in reading lately, but Tony would agree that work is important!
#4 02-07-2013 06:19 AM
Diana Frese Says:
And Tony, who made many kind suggestions to my husband and myself about training. Chuck says that judging by some British musicians' posts on Facebook, Tony's writing style is not so shocking over there. We miss his spirited and informative posts, And he and Graham seemed to encourage each other to debate
#3 02-07-2013 06:15 AM
Diana Frese Says:
I will have to look up the British geography, but my first guess is that someone over there go over to his dojo and check! Please let us know. Graham was certainly inspirational in many ways.
#2 02-06-2013 07:02 PM
RonRagusa Says:
Mary and I have tried contacting Graham via email to no avail. Alas.
#1 02-05-2013 02:18 PM
mathewjgano Says:
A minority of two, at the least!
 




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