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#76 Giro

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Posted 13 March 2016 - 10:11 am

Thanks to the guys that made comments on the article.. 

 

The young lad is really pleased.. 

 

 

http://www.awll.co.uk/wp/2016/03/09/ferreting-by-bradley/ 

 

 

https://www.facebook...WL.association/

 

 

http://www.awll.co.uk/wp/

 

 

 

Thanks for the support  :thumbs:

 

 

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Posted 19 March 2016 - 10:28 am

Hello giro/ flynn did you see the documentary bb2 last night, about the sealyhams, few of lads say it was a good shine on the dog world in general, one of the chaps suggested getting in contact with the filmmaker, an see if we could russel up ( excuse the pun ) a documentary of working dogs.

Just a thought atb
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#78 Flynn

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Posted 20 March 2016 - 11:23 am

Thank for the heads up  Francie, i will watch it on the i player , and take it from there.

 

The AWL has  thus far righted many wrongs, to date.

 

What we  find  is folk standing on the side lines , telling us what to do, yet failing to take part in what we do.

 

A bit like clapping on the troops as they march into battle.

 

This is not aimed at any one in particular, just an observation.

 

For those who have joined us,  and others that have just donated  we  thank You.



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Posted 20 March 2016 - 12:58 pm

Thank for the heads up  Francie, i will watch it on the i player , and take it from there.

 

The AWL has  thus far righted many wrongs, to date.

 

What we  find  is folk standing on the side lines , telling us what to do, yet failing to take part in what we do.

 

A bit like clapping on the troops as they march into battle.

 

This is not aimed at any one in particular, just an observation.

 

For those who have joined us,  and others that have just donated  we  thank You.

can you share with us then? 



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Posted 20 March 2016 - 02:05 pm

 

Thank for the heads up  Francie, i will watch it on the i player , and take it from there.

 

The AWL has  thus far righted many wrongs, to date.

 

What we  find  is folk standing on the side lines , telling us what to do, yet failing to take part in what we do.

 

A bit like clapping on the troops as they march into battle.

 

This is not aimed at any one in particular, just an observation.

 

For those who have joined us,  and others that have just donated  we  thank You.

can you share with us then? 

 

that would be gloating,  we just get down to the jobs in hand.



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Posted 20 March 2016 - 03:22 pm

 

 

Thank for the heads up  Francie, i will watch it on the i player , and take it from there.

 

The AWL has  thus far righted many wrongs, to date.

 

What we  find  is folk standing on the side lines , telling us what to do, yet failing to take part in what we do.

 

A bit like clapping on the troops as they march into battle.

 

This is not aimed at any one in particular, just an observation.

 

For those who have joined us,  and others that have just donated  we  thank You.

can you share with us then? 

 

that would be gloating,  we just get down to the jobs in hand.

 

No, i think that would be backing up, what you said above, how can an association that represents the working lurcher thinks its gloating to publish "the wrongs it has righted" so far, a very strange comment to make  :blink: and before you start with i am biased bla, bla, you posted it and as such i am genuinely interested as to what these righted wrongs are, maybe it will swell your membership. 


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Posted 20 March 2016 - 03:56 pm

I'd also be interested to hear what "wrongs have been put right"? I have to admit being one of those sitting on the fence but perhaps a heads up on the above would enlighten me and steer me towards becoming a member? ATB
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Posted 29 March 2016 - 09:39 pm

It's the list of rules you'd have to follow that's off putting.

they haven't done anything but give mark prick an ego boost
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Posted 30 March 2016 - 06:40 am

 

 

 

Thank for the heads up  Francie, i will watch it on the i player , and take it from there.

 

The AWL has  thus far righted many wrongs, to date.

 

What we  find  is folk standing on the side lines , telling us what to do, yet failing to take part in what we do.

 

A bit like clapping on the troops as they march into battle.

 

This is not aimed at any one in particular, just an observation.

 

For those who have joined us,  and others that have just donated  we  thank You.

can you share with us then? 

 

that would be gloating,  we just get down to the jobs in hand.

 

No, i think that would be backing up, what you said above, how can an association that represents the working lurcher thinks its gloating to publish "the wrongs it has righted" so far, a very strange comment to make  :blink: and before you start with i am biased bla, bla, you posted it and as such i am genuinely interested as to what these righted wrongs are, maybe it will swell your membership. 

 

Given the fact I am duty bound to confidentiality, what wrongs would You like to see righted?



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Posted 30 March 2016 - 06:42 am

I'd also be interested to hear what "wrongs have been put right"? I have to admit being one of those sitting on the fence but perhaps a heads up on the above would enlighten me and steer me towards becoming a member? ATB

With all due respect Fuji, You are a none conformist, I doubt a club would suit Your way of life, not the constraints of a code of conduct, enjoy Your journey.



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Posted 30 March 2016 - 06:43 am

It's the list of rules you'd have to follow that's off putting.

they haven't done anything but give mark prick an ego boost

which rules put You off SHH?

 

I rather think Young Bradley has out shone most.....



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Posted 30 March 2016 - 07:24 am

Out shone in how exactly?

A code of conduct telling me what I can and can't do

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Posted 30 March 2016 - 09:16 am

 

 

 

 

Thank for the heads up  Francie, i will watch it on the i player , and take it from there.

 

The AWL has  thus far righted many wrongs, to date.

 

What we  find  is folk standing on the side lines , telling us what to do, yet failing to take part in what we do.

 

A bit like clapping on the troops as they march into battle.

 

This is not aimed at any one in particular, just an observation.

 

For those who have joined us,  and others that have just donated  we  thank You.

can you share with us then? 

 

that would be gloating,  we just get down to the jobs in hand.

 

No, i think that would be backing up, what you said above, how can an association that represents the working lurcher thinks its gloating to publish "the wrongs it has righted" so far, a very strange comment to make  :blink: and before you start with i am biased bla, bla, you posted it and as such i am genuinely interested as to what these righted wrongs are, maybe it will swell your membership. 

 

Given the fact I am duty bound to confidentiality, what wrongs would You like to see righted?

 

So, you can not tell me what wrongs have been put right as its a secret but you want me tell you what wrongs i want you to put right  :blink: how would i know what you have done if its kept a secret  :hmm:  :laugh:



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Posted 30 March 2016 - 09:21 am

 

I'd also be interested to hear what "wrongs have been put right"? I have to admit being one of those sitting on the fence but perhaps a heads up on the above would enlighten me and steer me towards becoming a member? ATB

With all due respect Fuji, You are a none conformist, I doubt a club would suit Your way of life, not the constraints of a code of conduct, enjoy Your journey.

 

The AWLL is not a club. It is an association for working lurchers and longdogs. Fuji works both it is his decision to join or not. And I'm sure you would happily accept his membership fee if he did. Or are you selecting who you deem suitable to join?



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Posted 30 March 2016 - 09:26 am

Members decide wether or not they wish to join however they have to adhere to the code of conduct..

That may cause some dielema for some..

South ham if you don't like the code of conduct that's your perogative.

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