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Post by dbroada on Tue Feb 23, 2016 10:34 am

Here's hoping I am posting in the correct place.... smile! 

I have recently been directed to a factsheet section, http://www.autosleeper-ownersforum.com/f27-members-factsheets-section

Probably pure incompetence on my part but can somebody give me where I can find this using my mouse? I can't seem to locate it.  confused3

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If I was to open my eyes more often, I would have spotted it. Sorry.

If a mod wants to delete this post I won't look so stupid.


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Post by meanchris on Tue Feb 23, 2016 11:09 am

If you click 'Home', then scroll down to the second box section titled 'Auto-Sleeper Motorhome Forums', its the second from the bottom of that list.

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Post by dbroada on Tue Feb 23, 2016 12:08 pm

Thank you meanchris,

I have actually found them. I was looking at the very top section in the "help" forum. Almost immediately after posting my query I noticed them. oh_blast!  I suppose its the paperless equivalent of spotting a mistake the moment you press "print".

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Post by Gromit on Tue Feb 23, 2016 12:53 pm

Please let the original post stay where it is Mods - then I shall have company next time I say something daft!!

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Post by dbroada on Tue Feb 23, 2016 2:01 pm

Gromit wrote:Please let the original post stay where it is Mods - then I shall have company next time I say something daft!!

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maybe it goes with the name - I'm good at daft.

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Post by roli on Wed Feb 24, 2016 12:56 am

There are no daft questions on this forum, just some members needing guidance

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Post by Dutto on Wed Feb 24, 2016 10:16 am

roli wrote:There are no daft questions on this forum, just some members needing guidance
lol4   lol4   lol4   lol4   lol4

Some of whom are more daft than others!!

e.g.

Starting to build our house I was looking to buy a small tipper-truck and went to a company near Dunblane.

I sat in an example and asked "Is this lever the brake?" as I tapped a lever in front of me.

"No," said the owner as half a ton of scrap metal and plastic spilled across his garage floor "it operates the tipper mechanism."  Whistle1 Whistle1

I bought a Kubota digger off him in the end ... allthumbz

... but still blush at the memory!! blushes blushes blushes

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Post by dbroada on Wed Feb 24, 2016 10:17 am

roli wrote:There are no daft questions on this forum, just some members needing guidance
like all fora, plenty of daft answers though. lol4

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Post by NORGIL on Wed Feb 24, 2016 11:12 am

I definitely belong in the daft list.

Just spent 30 mins puzzling over every acronym possible for ' fora ' till I realised it was intended as the plural of forum. Still O level Latin was a long while ago.

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Post by dbroada on Wed Feb 24, 2016 12:25 pm

NORGIL wrote:Just spent 30 mins puzzling over every acronym possible for ' fora ' till I realised it was intended as the plural of forum. Still O level Latin was a long while ago.
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glad to have contributed to your learning. Any good acronyms?

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Post by Dutto on Wed Feb 24, 2016 5:56 pm

Hi there,

I reckon that every occupation and job has acronyms to make the occupation "exclusive" and to shut out those who are not in the know.

In the Oil and Gas Industry they really love their acronyms but my favourite was the NRB system applied to anyone who just didn't fit in offshore.

A person could be excellent at their job, clean and hygienic in there habits and with nothing specific in their makeup or demeanour, but if they upset just one senior manager or supervisor on a platform, rig or ship their employer onshore was given the NRB signal; and the poor innocent sod who had been NRB'd was left wondering just why he (there weren't any she's in those days) didn't have a job to go back to!

A terrible system that made offshore Managers and Supervisors into demigods to be feared rather than respected; but sadly it did make for a more or less harmonious life offshore.

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NRB?  Not required back! tap_fingers tap_fingers

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