some personal views
Robin Hood, Robin Hood, riding through the glenRobin Hood, Robin Hood, with his broadband of menFeared by the bad, loved by the good . . .
How awful! i don't think i'd cope if mine went down!
Eh? Not a windoze problem by any chance? Or has someone put a spade through your cable?
Jackie,I feel sure you would cope.I was without a PC for two days after my old one broke down.Within hours of losing my connection to the internet, I definitely began to feel slightly panicky, believe it or not.But I survived.Peter.P.S.I do hope Father Ray is not going to be cut off for too long.
The modern equivalent of being thrown in the desert without water!
England are having a problem with the India batting.They hope to get it fixed before Saturday.
why thanks for the vote of confidence dr.peter!
Hope you're not with NTL, Father. It might be a very long wait!
As I was once told by a born-again 'friend' at school when my BBC micro computer blew up, "If you were a Christian, you'd pray about it." Of course, being the chaste daughter of the local Baptist minister, by "Christian", she meant born-again, non-Catholic. So, there you have it, Father. You have no salvation or broadband. I should pray about it, if I were you. Hehe!
Fr. Ray,Every time you go offline for an extended period the Pope issues a major document, with great significance for the Catholic Church.I wonder what the Holy Father is about to bring out this time...
Alleluia !Father Ray is back on line.I was beginning to get withdrawal symptoms.
NOT FOR PUBLICATION - your email address got bounced back to me (the tiscali one)... have you changed email?
Welcome back, Father.Well, as one would expect, he spoke many Wisdom-filled words in Austria. He also made one heck of a fashion statement with his vestments on Saturday! I think the message here was: Note to self - Sack Papal MC for letting me look like this on International TV!I predict that Archbishop Marini will be on his way to the Catholic equivalent of (the Diocese of) Coventry, quite soon.
Hooray,good to see you back Father Ray
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