Saturday, 1 October 2011

BLOGGER PROBLEMS... BUT SOMEONE IS WAY OUT IN FRONT (IF ONLY WE COULD REMEMBER HIS NAME)


I apologise for not being able to answer every comment made at the moment. Once again the site is playing up.

I've been trying to find out what is wrong with it, and I thought that it might be the poll, so I removed it. It appears NOT to be the problem, but I can't put the poll back...

Sooooooo.... I'd like to say sorry to you all for that.

The votes we had (23) in the short space of time that it was up (it had another 6 days to run), put er, what's his name again... you know, bloke, Labour, dark hair, not Ed Millimetre... och, it'll come to me, but whatever he's called, he's way out in front with 16 votes; Tom the Cabin Boy was second, but a very distant second, with just 4 votes and the lovely Johann just made the top three with 3 hard won votes. Ah well, you can't win them all Johann. But there's be another chance to go for it soon, I'm sure.

Still, it's all just a bit of fun and I'd venture to suggest that anyone who was voting here was unlikely to have a vote in the real election... so maybe the lamentable one hasn't given up hope yet.

Thanks again for taking part...

I'll get the technical department to look at the commenting problem, and hopefully normal service will be resumed shortly... In the meantime you can enjoy the pic the Deputy Leader.


9 comments:

  1. Hi tris - I had big probs with the comments a while ago; before the ones I had when trying to post a long comment here. I solved them on my own site - after much surfing the problem - by changing from the inline comment form (as you currently have it) to the option which takes you either to a separate pop-up window or simply to a separate page. You might want to try this - it's less elegant but seems more robust.

    Cheers.

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  2. Hey Mil... thanks for that tip. It seems to work too!

    :)

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  3. Struggling with my steam-driven pc to catch up on modern technology! Do you have a facility for translating Gaelic into a modern day language?

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  4. Yayyyy Conan... after all this time. Mil the Magician!

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  5. John... you can use this:

    http://www.babylon.com/welcome/index?affID=10588&textlink=gkn41864&gclid=CKuY7cbzyasCFcIKfAodCgMz1A

    Gaelic is a modern language though. I hope it will thrive. I just wish I'd been taught it when I was a kid.

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  6. That's me sorted as well Tris!

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  7. That's great Billy....

    It's all down to Mil though...


    :) :) :)

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