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Molly Moon

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  1. My beloved dog is also buried at Cronk Dhoo. He was a precious member of our family for seventeen years and I was absolutely devastated by his loss. I am shocked by some of the hostility and crassness of some of the posts on this subject. For many people, including myself, a dog can be a vital part of the family and a best friend, the heartbreak at losing someone so close is very, very real. I was led to believe there would be access to the graveyard even if the place was sold and I too was shocked to find out this is no longer the case.
  2. That's perfect. Thank you for your help
  3. Hi There Does anyone know where can I get doors stripped/dipped? Cheers Molly Moon
  4. They have called him British during previous news slots - but on tonight's news as he stormed into Paris - he was the 'English Man.' Imagine if a Scottish/Welsh cyclist was called this. There'd be a stampede of complaints as their should on this occassion. Where is the Manx passion?
  5. I've given up calling my self Manx. Thank you. Why?
  6. And so our cultural identity croaks and dies..... You miss my point - it's a Manx victory - not an English victory. Let us have our moment. Is everyone English here?
  7. And so our cultural identity croaks and dies..... You miss my point - it's a Manx victory - not an English victory. Let us have our moment.
  8. And so our cultural identity croaks and dies.....
  9. Yeah... that's forum-speak for "welcome to the forums, i'm looking forward to engaging in many illuminating discussions with you in the future" Seriously, just ignore him. Thanks Vulgarian - but as a first response - the keyboarder is not a very encouraging start. Oh well...
  10. So why did BBC1 10 O'clock news refer to his Paris stage victory as Cavendish being an 'English Man'? Outraged. The BBC have just called our Manx local hero English... the Welsh, Scottish, Irish wouldn't let them get away with it - why should we? Email BBC Complaints - the more complaints the better. I am very surprised that the BBC could make such a major faux-pas. The French press know the difference. They refer to him as either British or Manx. Shocking. Now someone's going to reply saying he's from Blackburn or somewhere and I'll be the silly of the forum.
  11. They always rip you off anyway
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