I'm off

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petrolhead
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Chris Martin wrote:

 whether as swordfish, Fergal O'Fish, borismobile, speedangel, Horris Motors, petrolhead, diplomat, mrtotty or even GBt (or any others I have overlooked),

I am not GBt. Nor am I Diplomat, as you once said. Get over it. Not everyone is GBt or me or Diplomat or whatever. This forum was fine until some moron called Chris Martin returned. He turned it sour again. I'm sick of you coming on here with your complaints and sob stories. Just get lost and leave us to it. You're not wanted here.

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petrolhead wrote:

Chris Martin wrote:

 whether as swordfish, Fergal O'Fish, borismobile, speedangel, Horris Motors, petrolhead, diplomat, mrtotty or even GBt (or any others I have overlooked),

I am not GBt. Nor am I Diplomat, as you once said. Get over it. Not everyone is GBt or me or Diplomat or whatever. This forum was fine until some moron called Chris Martin returned. He turned it sour again. I'm sick of you coming on here with your complaints and sob stories. Just get lost and leave us to it. You're not wanted here.

I know I said that yesterday's post would be my last, and indeed, I have always found the best way to deal with the so-called 'petrolhead' was to ignore him, (and I certainly will from now on) but does it not strike anyone else reading this as strange that he only ever surfaced originally when GBt was being criticised for his behaviour.

Then he only ever posted derogatory remarks aimed at me. Then, (and how is this for coincidence?) he disappears for a while, same time as I called a rest, only to reappear three months later when - guess what? Yep, when I had dared to criticise GBt and his mutliple identities.

Well read into that what you like, I don't really care any more which aliases are creations of GBt, obviously there are many, but I will be happy to let those in charge decide.

Petrolhead has NEVER contributed any other post on here, nothing of any use regarding classic and sports cars, only remarks either propping up some dubious behaviour by GBt, or aimed at me. And each time he does, it just gets a couple of degrees more obvious.

A computer savvy nerd friend of mine told me a few months ago that it would be quite easy to plant a macro virus on this very UNsecure site that would change the word 'petrol' wherever it appeared to 'dick'. I declined the offer at the time as I did not want to drop James and co in the pooh by sabotaging their forum, but who knows, if things are not sorted out soon it may be worth a laugh to do it anyway.

If and when this is sorted I may be back with more car related stuff. I may even be able to talk some others into coming back too. But if it is to be just a match of "who said what and when" and playground sniping "he is not wanted" then yes, I am only too happy to leave it to the 'petrolheads' of this world.

Is that what is wanted?

Chris M.

(And we know where some replies will come from don't we?)

 

petrolhead
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I can't be bothered to go over your whole stupid post again. This is the second time you've posted it. In fact, it's not the first time in the last couple of days that you've done the same post on different threads. An intentional waste of the moderator's time, no doubt.

Chris Martin wrote:

(And we know where some replies will come from don't we?)

Who is "we"? You and your wife?

plastic penguin
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Holy cow! (Shakes head in disbelief).

Chris Martin
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plastic penguin wrote:

Holy cow! (Shakes head in disbelief).

Holy Cow....

A great taste of mid-sixties New Orleans funky r&b, sung by Lee Dorsey, backed by The Meters and produced by the legendary Allen Toussaint.

(Look it up on I-Tunes).

Can we start a new thread for posts that trigger memories of favourite old records ?

Chris M.

 

plastic penguin
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Chris Martin wrote:

plastic penguin wrote:

Holy cow! (Shakes head in disbelief).

Holy Cow....

A great taste of mid-sixties New Orleans funky r&b, sung by Lee Dorsey, backed by The Meters and produced by the legendary Allen Toussaint.

(Look it up on I-Tunes).

Can we start a new thread for posts that trigger memories of favourite old records ?

Chris M.

Yes you could start a new thread but here: http://www.gramophone.co.uk/forum

Speedangel
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Wow, I am stunned (also shaking head in disbelief).

petrolhead
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Chris Martin wrote:

Holy Cow....

A great taste of mid-sixties New Orleans funky r&b, sung by Lee Dorsey, backed by The Meters and produced by the legendary Allen Toussaint.

Hardly relevant.

Chris Martin wrote:

(Look it up on I-Tunes).

No.

Chris Martin wrote:

Can we start a new thread for posts that trigger memories of favourite old records ?

Chris M

You don't need anyone's permission to start a thread, but I'd advise you not to start the kind of thread you mention on this forum - it's not the place.