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    Helensburgh,22 miles from Glasgow
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    Watching football,enjoying good food and wine .Family time (savour it while you can)
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    Snow,snow and....a bit more snow

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  1. Agreed Andy. I rarely post but very much look forward to reading posts by others. I certainly appreciate the time, effort and enthusiasm...and also the chance to learn from some very knowledgeable posters.
  2. Indeed.....Today’s Lesson Bulverism is a logical fallacy. The method of Bulverism is to "assume that your opponent is wrong, and explain his error." The Bulverist assumes a speaker's argument is invalid or false and then explains why the speaker came to make that mistake, attacking the speaker or the speaker's motive.
  3. Clearly it depends on your location as to how you perceive the Spring so far. Personally I think it’s been fairly average, yet the continual potential in the far depths of the charts has promised much but delivered little. Very similar to the Winter charts. There always seems to be an Azores high ready to nudge in but by the time it should’ve nudged in its back to its 10 day hence position. With Summer just round the corner my feeling is it’s likely to be pretty traditional.... nothing too horrendous and better the further SE you travel. There does seem to have been a lot of Easterly winds through Spring so perhaps this could lead to some decent Continental weather visiting us from time to time?
  4. All to play for this month, I think. 14.5c and 75mm is my guess though thank you please
  5. Are we having a competition on the MOD for the most times we can use the word portend? Is it Netweathers ‘word of the week? If so...... PORTEND VERB Be a sign or warning that (something, especially something momentous or calamitous) is likely to happen. ‘the eclipses portend some major events’
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