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    Joanne, I've sent a message to the webmasters to see about changing or adding user names on this site.

    The problem, as always with these forums, is that you have to have a traceable url - which is understandable; that's why you can't use a hotmail address. They don't seem to allow multiple usernames either; I don't quite know why because lots of people share computers.

    From my point of view, my wife wants to contribute to this forum but she doesn't want to associated with my posts - I've no idea why

    I hope everything went well for you today.

    rewop
    If you are not offended by what I say then please tell me so that I can try harder next time.

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    Had a reply from Tom Entwistle re: user names.

    We can change the user name for you if you like, though we don't have access to passwords.

    You can't add a 2nd user: either your wife should post as you when she need
    to, or she should register in her own right.

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    Hope he doesn't mind me posting this although I'm not to sure about my wife registering in her own right. She tried that but, as she is using the same computer as me it said that I was the registered user and wouldn't accept her. Not to worry, she's got nothing important to say anyway!

    rewop
    Last edited by rewop46; 15-03-2007, 13:22 PM. Reason: got it wrong
    If you are not offended by what I say then please tell me so that I can try harder next time.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by rewop46 View Post
      Not to worry, she's got nothing important to say anyway!

      rewop
      Reckon your dinner's in the dog tonight!

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      • #4
        Whoops!

        Dear not the real Diane,

        I usually write my posts on Microsoft Word as I am particular about my grammar. To give me inspiration I often put in some stupid remarks just to help it along. I then copy the text minus these remarks; I obviously forgot.

        Didn't Ronald Reagan use to do this; he was president of somewhere wasn't he?

        Regards, the real rewop (almost)
        If you are not offended by what I say then please tell me so that I can try harder next time.

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        • #5
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          Last edited by Poppy35; 15-03-2007, 15:18 PM. Reason: put on wrong thread!

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          • #6
            Power to you rewop! Thanks for making the enquiry. Will probably look at changing my name to something more cryptic tomoz! That way I've got all night to come up with something clever... BEENHADASBEEN (my original idea) makes me sound really really old.... Might try something like THIEVING LANDLORD meaning as my THIEVING TENANT not likely to be seeing his deposit again!!!

            Kind Regards

            J

            PS. Just in case you havn't seen the latest in any of the other threads I WON MY CASE TODAY!!! Got the possession order on the discretionary grounds and judge complimented a well presented case! Locks now changed at property and I can get on with my life!!!

            J

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            • #7
              Being careful

              Yes, well done. I did write a post but Lorenzo reminded me that it was inappropriate so I changed it.

              He has renamed me "t0sser" - it has a certain ring to it don't you think.

              I have a slightly different approach to this business than most of you good people. Mr L has put me back on track so I'll have to be careful what I say on this forum.

              (t0sser) rewop
              If you are not offended by what I say then please tell me so that I can try harder next time.

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              • #8
                Thanks for the laugh t0s...whoops I mean rewop!

                Don't doubt Nick on the other thread will come up with a few choice names for me after he reads what I've just said to him!

                I did read your post and chose to ignore Lorenzo's wise crack. The reason being that I think some landlords on here might actually envy your balls.... am I allowed to say that? No doubt someone will come on and have a go at me too now....

                Kind Regards

                J

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                • #9
                  Tut tut

                  No, it's:

                  ... envy your b0lls. What spell checker do you use?
                  If you are not offended by what I say then please tell me so that I can try harder next time.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by rewop46 View Post
                    No, it's:

                    ... envy your b0lls. What spell checker do you use?

                    My three year old daughter like Lorenzo!

                    LOL

                    J

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Joannepowell View Post
                      My three year old daughter like Lorenzo!

                      LOL

                      J
                      Not good for 3 year old girl to be like a man from Australia.
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                      • #12
                        Power to you Rewop!

                        Had a thought about your better half joining. Can you set up another sub account if you have broadband. My BT broadband allows 5 sub accounts for instance, all with their own e-mail address.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by DianeB View Post
                          Power to you Rewop!

                          Had a thought about your better half joining. Can you set up another sub account if you have broadband. My BT broadband allows 5 sub accounts for instance, all with their own e-mail address.

                          You pinching my lines now Diane? See post 6!

                          J

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                          • #14
                            Warming

                            J & D

                            I see you are both being drawn over to the dark side!

                            I thought I was the one with all the answers, seems I'm not as clever as I thought I was.

                            That's a great idea, I can join 5 forums and rant as much as I like, Dianne (who hasn't told us why she was banned) can do the same and Joanne can open up a chain of catalogues in false names. Cool.

                            Hypothetical question:

                            If a tenant walked out on you saying he has no money and owes 2 month's rent what would you do if:

                            His new debit card and pin number arrived a week after?

                            You got it - apply a bit of lateral thinking?

                            Darth Vader
                            If you are not offended by what I say then please tell me so that I can try harder next time.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Joannepowell View Post
                              You pinching my lines now Diane? See post 6!

                              J
                              Joanne, are you trying in your wonderfully subtle way to say that I am not being totally original and spontaneous???

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