r.i.s.e.23 October 2012 at 12:22pmPosts: 38 (0 today)Status: offline
That's my wish, when I read the actual forum. I remember times, it was the same: angry arguing over arguing - and no progress.
That's not the style of a PG-forum or should not be.
It reminds me on a selfmade double-interview by PG himself in the role of a nasty reporter and a shy PG!!
There should be really interesting things, the world is full of them, let's talk about them!!!
Where might be some experiences in this year of interesting things, that could be shared with us?
Which are our experiences, we want to share??
I will think about this and post it, if I find something.
Mirrorball23 October 2012 at 12:57pmPosts: 1624 (0 today)Status: offline
Pat Parker23 October 2012 at 6:07pmPosts: 2683 (0 today)Status: offline
r.i.s.e. and ayla -- Yes, I absolutely agree. I think we can find lots of interesting things to do over the course of the next year and this would be a great place to share them. Great topic! Thanks for bringing us back down to earth
May I speak.5 November 2012 at 9:32pmPosts: 320 (1 today)Status: offline
Thought I would contribute to this thread with this. Here in the UK we celebrate this day (Guy Faulkes) with bonfires and fireworks look it up for the history. Anyway me and my partner now live in another part of the country and we thought it would be a good idea to walk to the brow of the hill where we live and get a good view of the nights activities, you know see the bonfires burning brightly and the fireworks lighting up the night sky, we were disappointed with what we saw. The hill looks over a town and we saw only one small bonfire and a few fireworks. Now we both had memories of child hood were if we were in the same spot we would see at least a dozen bonfires and many more fireworks. So this set me wondering do we, (1) now live in a place where Guy is not such a big deal, (2) is it that the place we now live is much more environmentally friendly or (3) are we losing the tradition.
May I speak.6 November 2012 at 12:12amPosts: 320 (1 today)Status: offline
The grammar in the above post is poor so sorry about that