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  • Message 1. 

    Posted by pollyanna (U7304225) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    No its not you delusional silly woman. You work as a goffer for a two bit tin pot property business. Now the lot of you JUST SHUT UP with this meaningless jargon ridden marketing junk, its getting beyond bearable.

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    Posted by Leaping Badger (U3587940) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    Ha ha, Pol. Marketing genius my arras. Remember her attempt at viral marketing, i.e. sitting in a café bellowing 'TARRRM ARRCHURRRRR SAUSAGES!!!' at the top of her lung capacity until the other punters no doubt ganged together, shoved a focaccia in her mouth and emptied an urn of Brown Windsor soup all over her.
    'Ö'

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    Posted by mademoiselledecompost (U14526349) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    No its not you delusional silly woman. You work as a goffer for a two bit tin pot property business. Now the lot of you JUST SHUT UP with this meaningless jargon ridden marketing junk, its getting beyond bearable.  Agreed Pollyanna, it's completely tedious. However irritating Pip is, Brenda you don't DO marketing for a living you fool, even when you had the job'to die for'which was handing out 'energy bars' in the street.

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    Posted by JoLean (U2258866) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    Oh, I loved tonight's episode. Do you think Brenda is really deluded enough to think that is In Marketing, when we know she is Mistress of the Paper Clips in a business that employs, er, one other person.

    Pip, Brenda and Pat tonight. All fab. And Susan's scene with Pat was rather good.

    After last night's epi which was mostly good, they really are spoiling us.

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    Posted by anna kist (U2314477) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    Not sure anything pip does is fab but I enjoyed Brenda getting narked and Pat snapping at her.

    I've been on hols and am assuming that things are going from bad to worse at Bridge Farm and Pip unfortunately didn't flunk her A levels.

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    Posted by La Sharpissima (U1476061) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    Well precisely Poll, she is the office girl and occasionally shows potential tenants round Amside's extensive (well there are two or three of them) portfolio of rental properties.

    The only marketing she does is when she is pushing the trolley round the supermarket on the Borchester by-pass.

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    Posted by barwick_green (U2668006) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    The big bapper works for Backside Properties and seems to do no more than show rubberneckers around a couple of vacant properties and make coffee for a paroled fraudster and his gin-swilling cackling accomplice; you DO NOT work in marketing Brenda.

    A bit a photocopying, ensuring the Backside biscuit tin is topped up, faffing around on Faecesbook and twatting about on Twitter does not count.

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    Posted by pollyanna (U7304225) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    That was what made me laugh out load Sharpers - Brenda had only just been moaning about showing 'time wasters' round a house, then goes on to say 'marketing is what I do'. What??? Is that what she calls marketing? I call it doing whatever Lilian and Matt decide to palm off on her.

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    Posted by mademoiselledecompost (U14526349) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    The big bapper works for Backside Properties and seems to do no more than show rubberneckers around a couple of vacant properties and make coffee for a paroled fraudster and his gin-swilling cackling accomplice; you DO NOT work in marketing Brenda.

    A bit a photocopying, ensuring the Backside biscuit tin is topped up, faffing around on Faecesbook and twatting about on Twitter does not count.  
    Snork BG--excellent description of FB.

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    Posted by pollyanna (U7304225) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    Hmm....'laugh out /loud/...' and loads....

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    Posted by MsMumbo-Jumbo (U3613133) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    I was larfing my sox off tonite, Polly.
    Thank God for Pol Pat talking some sense. (What am I saying?)
    And the Bapper telling the Squawker where to get off.

    And do not let us forget about Alish and her marketing strategies on the lay by.
    Added value?
    What did she say?
    Is she going to set up a chocolate fountain by the roadside?
    Or strip naked and offer strawberries from her croaky mouth?
    Better set up a website with testimonials first though. And links with a blogger feedburnerthat sends out tweets at the same time
    Dear God.
    MJ

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    Posted by Jane in Egypt (U14410788) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    That was what made me laugh out load Sharpers - Brenda had only just been moaning about showing 'time wasters' round a house, then goes on to say 'marketing is what I do'. What??? Is that what she calls marketing? I call it doing whatever Lilian and Matt decide to palm off on her.  she had a perfect opportunity to keep her marketing skills up to date and help Tom and Bridge Farm and has left them to it. If Brenda did it properly there would be no gaps for Pip to suggest filling. Marketing has moved on since Brenda left Uni and she has made no effort to keep up by helping on the side

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    Posted by typewright (U14048004) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    Listening to the Squawk put me in mind of the new all-singing all-dancing all-tweeting Archers website.

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    Posted by RichCountrySquire (U14573696) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    Listening to the Squawk put me in mind of the new all-singing all-dancing all-tweeting Archers website.  Yes Brenda your the one with the marketing degree ------ thats why you're generally considered to be "at the top of your game" and "a leader in your field" and working for a tuppence happenny buy to let outfit in the buzzing heart of the metropolis that is ambridge - yes Brenda indeed.
    Having a degree counts for sweet FA in RL as you have just discovered. You need to be an Archer to get on the inside track in Ambridge.

    Now. Go and get a life you daft cow.

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    Posted by cath (U2234232) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    >she had a perfect opportunity to keep her marketing skills up to date and help Tom and Bridge Farm and has left them to it<

    Yup, wasn't she magnificent in her self-justifying inertia. What a brilliant opportunity she's had to enhance her CV by getting stuck in in to rescue a doomed business. As ever she's cut and run. For once I was almost on Pip's side - at least she's enthusiastic and prepared to get off her backside rather than larding round moaning on about wanting some time off.

    Pat's comments earlier about the work needed to get a small business off the ground contrasted perfectly with the Bapper's attitude. And Pat exploding was utter bliss especially as they were followed by the Bapper's snivels. I haven't laughed so much at TA for ages.

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    Posted by Dusty Substances (U1474929) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    Just heard it. What a hoot!

    Dx

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    Posted by JustJanie - Fairweather Strider (U10822512) on Monday, 22nd August 2011

    << What a brilliant opportunity she's had to enhance her CV by getting stuck in in to rescue a doomed business. >>

    Indeed, as you and Jane above both said, she's not been quite the pro-active self-starter she was purporting to be in her CV last year, has she? I can only remember her telling them their press release was useless, not offering any constructive advice.

    Not that I have any constructive advice to offer. Like Pat, I really don't see how their problems can be fixed by fiddling with the web site. I don't know how much control you have over tweets coming in - does anyone know? I mean, can't you just imagine what some of them might say? This might be one of the kinder ones.

    "I'm almost better now." - Milly Robson

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  • Message 18

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    Posted by Jane in Egypt (U14410788) on Monday, 22nd August 2011


    "I'm almost better now." - Milly Robson "


    SNORK

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  • Message 19

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    Posted by footintwocamps (U9458464) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011


    "I'm almost better now." - Milly Robson "


    SNORK 
    Or how about "In all the years we've been in business we 've only ever hospitalised two children" ?

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  • Message 20

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    Posted by Makemineabubbles (U11426783) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Hello hello - was almost skipping around the living room when I listened to Monday's epi with Susan having a semi blow out moment at Pat about 'the moneyed classes" and Brian's short arms and long pockets with regard to Chris and Alice's big business plan....and then Pat's blow out at the sneering snivelling "Bender" - alright Pip's a bit of a handful too but at least she's trying to assist...Bender just sits about moaning and mooning with Tarm...sick of the sound of them...and as for twiddling with the website - like that's going to make the slightest difference at the moment...LOVED it tonight - and Sunday's as well - a joy a joy! oh I do SO wish Clarrie's ecoli could be linked back to Tarm's blessed bangers...I would just so love that right now....please please messrs storywriters and co...just a wee pointer that the sossies at the BBQ Clarrie ate were Tarm's please please...??

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  • Message 21

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    Posted by Lee Shore (U14673711) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Marketing and sales are two completely different functions in business. See what I said in Who Agees with Pat. Brenda is an office junior and as far as I know only has the GCSE skill of using a basic desktop publishing programme. I cannot recall her even starting a marketing job for anyone.

    Matt should dump her and employ Alice who is more photogenic in a sort of "sixth form girls celebrating their A Level results" sort of way and is a damned sight better connected than Brengun. Better still Mandy Beesbouough or her curvy daughter who both enjoy a vigorous ride and know they way into most drawing rooms and bedrooms in the county. I bet they know where the dilapidated properties are and who need to sell them rather than lose half their value to an ex.

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    Posted by maggiesaes (U2771771) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Did she not start a marketing job in Leicester?
    It didn't turn out as she'd expected I know but she did take it because she thought she'd be 'using the knowledge gained in her course'

    If she's so good why is Helqueen doing the marketing,can't see how she's rushed off her feet working with AP,as has been said she'sjust the office girl/dogsbody,and as for Pip who is suddenly an expert....it's absoulute tosh and dull dull dull.Pathetic and childish drivel.

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    Posted by pollyanna (U7304225) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    [Matt should dump her and employ Alice who is more photogenic in a sort of "sixth form girls celebrating their A Level results" sort of way]

    I don't know how we know this (I hate to point out the actors are not the characters) but I suspect you are right. I I heard a bit on the radio last week saying 'quality' papers were approached by lots of schools, usually grammar and private, to ask them to come and photography those girls and picked out the best looking ones for the photographer. I was shocked to my core.

    But Alice is An Engineer (there is a wonderful Peggy Seeger song called 'I want to be an Engineer', I always liked to believe Alice was inspired by hearing it at an early age, Brian and Jennifer being obvious fans of Peggy Seeger and Ewan McColl), selling strawberries is jolly good fun before she starts doing her Masters but good heavens, Daddy would have a fit at her working for Amshacks.




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    Posted by Lee Shore (U14673711) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    The Leicester job was sales and not marketing. The sugar laced fizzy drink had already been researched, developed, packaged and priced. All she was involved in was the initial sales launch.

    The SW's have confused marketing and sales just like they confused chalk with Bridge Farm cheese.

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  • Message 25

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    Posted by pollyanna (U7304225) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    [And do not let us forget about Alish and her marketing strategies on the lay by.
    ]

    Indeed Ms M-J, one can only assume Adam would have a rotting strawberry mountain without her talents.

    I hope she's charging Adam for the surgical masks she should be wearing, because standing in a lay-by on a busy bypass wont be doing any good for the chest condition she seems to permanently have.

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  • Message 26

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    Posted by Lee Shore (U14673711) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    I heard that thing about the schools too. I wasn't shocked, its what they do toensure publicity. The "posh" papers are as bad as the tabloids when it comes to femal flesh.

    No, Alice would be wasted on Amshacks. Its more aBeesborough line that one and that would bring the mini coven nearer to Home Farm!

    Alice will of course design an engineering miracle which Chris will hammer out on his anvil and they will make a fortune flogging the thing to a Chinese company who will build a factory in Ambridge and provide jobs for everyone. Pat will be in charge of HR, Freda the canteen, Tom, production; JD, corporate entertaining; Brian, headhunting. The rest is down to you so I shall stop there.

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  • Message 27

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    Posted by Charlotte (U11793635) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Did she not start a marketing job in Leicester?
    It didn't turn out as she'd expected I know but she did take it because she thought she'd be 'using the knowledge gained in her course'

    If she's so good why is Helqueen doing the marketing,can't see how she's rushed off her feet working with AP,as has been said she'sjust the office girl/dogsbody,and as for Pip who is suddenly an expert....it's absoulute tosh and dull dull dull.Pathetic and childish drivel.  
    She did start a marketing job in Leicester, but she couldn't cope with the commuting and gave up in about 6 weeks or something - really pathetic, I thought at the time. And when on earth are she and Tom going to get married? They've been engaged for about a century now.

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    Posted by A Frend (U2249422) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    "And when on earth are she and Tom going to get married? They've been engaged for about a century now.W

    Yes but when you're dealing with nobs falling off the roof for the first half of the year and the marketing genius that is Peep for the second, where's the time for a marriage?

    Brenda also seems to have cooled vis a vis Tom's saussage.

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  • Message 29

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    Posted by dickie (U2267358) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    >she had a perfect opportunity to keep her marketing skills up to date and help Tom and Bridge Farm and has left them to it<

    Yup, wasn't she magnificent in her self-justifying inertia. What a brilliant opportunity she's had to enhance her CV by getting stuck in in to rescue a doomed business. As ever she's cut and run. For once I was almost on Pip's side - at least she's enthusiastic and prepared to get off her backside rather than larding round moaning on about wanting some time off.

    Pat's comments earlier about the work needed to get a small business off the ground contrasted perfectly with the Bapper's attitude. And Pat exploding was utter bliss especially as they were followed by the Bapper's snivels. I haven't laughed so much at TA for ages.

    Rather than whingeing pathetically, I would have had more time for Brenda if she had said something along the lines of

    "Well it's all your fault for not having regular training sessions on the importance of hygiene."

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  • Message 30

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    Posted by anna kist (U2314477) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Top thread! Thanks all.....

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  • Message 31

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    Posted by MsMumbo-Jumbo (U3613133) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    I am still mystified as to Alish's giving the strawberries "added value".
    I clearly wasn't paying attention.

    Heard the words "chocolate" and "dip" I think. Which sound just about up the Aldridge street.
    Can't imagine her saying, for instance, "bread" and "jam".
    Far tpp down-to-ruddy-earth.

    I hope she ends up with a nasty unhygienic heaving mess in the lay-by and gets prosecuted by the council.
    MJ

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  • Message 32

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    Posted by JoLean (U2258866) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    "And when on earth are she and Tom going to get married? They've been engaged for about a century now.W

    Yes but when you're dealing with nobs falling off the roof for the first half of the year and the marketing genius that is Peep for the second, where's the time for a marriage?

    Brenda also seems to have cooled vis a vis Tom's saussage.
     
    Well quite. To be honest, I find the idea of engagements ludicrous in this day and age as it is, but one that lasts years? Odd.

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  • Message 33

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    Posted by Lady Trudie Tilney Glorfindel Maldini (U2222312) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    JoLean I overhead a young man the other day telling his mates, 'we're going out for a celebration tonight, it's exactly a year till we get married'

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  • Message 34

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    Posted by Sallyruth (U14589711) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Not only is she just a ground-hstess, showing people round houses ("This is the font room. That's the kitchen. There are some built-in wardrobes upstairs in the Master Bedroom.") but she let a three-room house NEXT DOOR TO HER'N'TOM, to a single noisy bloke who did a moonlight.

    Where's the marketing skill there?

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  • Message 35

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    Posted by Sallyruth (U14589711) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    "In 2001, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2002, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2003, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2004, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2005, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2006, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2007, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2008, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2009, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2010, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2011, a few people got e-coli from our products."

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    Posted by Borrowed Time (U14261253) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Re Bappers & WB wedding.

    Didn't she say that she doesn't want to go ahead until her carreer is going well?


    What is the longest engagement in history? Because this one is going to challenge it.

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    Posted by Sallyruth (U14589711) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    She also said she wanted to "just enjoy being engaged" but then Vicky Got Married in Sparkly Talcum, and she had her nose out of joint.

    I have overheard people saying, "We're going to GET ENGAGED next year!"

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  • Message 38

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    Posted by JoLean (U2258866) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Ah, Sallyruth. One of my favourite Day Today sketches. Marvellous.


    re: long engagements. My friend is getting married on Saturday. It has been booked for two years, and they have been engaged for five. They have lived together all this time. Makes no sense to me, but I wish them every happiness, etc.

    I didn't realise Brenda wanted to wait until her career was going well before she married. Oh dear. On the plus side, at least Pat doesn't need to worry about buying a new hat in the next 20 years or so.

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  • Message 39

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    Posted by Feral_Ralph (U2333894) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Sadly and I write as one who once hearted Brenda, poor Brenda is a spent force. Her potential has been well and truly Tommed and her degree is now obsolete. There is a tragic quality to Brenda in which I take no delight despite her being a Tugger. As above there is a significant difference between marketing and sales and the web discussions have made me howl with laughter. When I've not been groaning.

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    Posted by barwick_green (U2668006) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    "In 2001, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2002, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2003, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2004, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2005, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2006, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2007, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2008, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2009, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2010, no one got e-coli from our products."
    "In 2011, a few people got e-coli from our products."  
    Where is Chris Morris when you really need him?

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    Posted by mademoiselledecompost (U14526349) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Great stuff,wasn't it Steve Coogan as a swimming pool manager?

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  • Message 42

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    Posted by PaulHammond (U5000908) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Oh, I loved tonight's episode. Do you think Brenda is really deluded enough to think that is In Marketing, when we know she is Mistress of the Paper Clips in a business that employs, er, one other person.  

    Do you know, I'd actually forgotten that she worked for Lil and Matt - it's so long since we've even heard Brenda speak, let alone any scenes within the Amside business itself, rather than Lillian sitting on the board on the Market development project at BL.

    I can sympathise with Brenda getting annoyed with Pip - but suggesting that she has her finger and the pulse and works in marketing is a bit of a joke, really.

    Besides, I found myself thinking, Well, Brenda, if you're so wonderful, why is it up to Pip to come up with these ideas, why haven't you implemented them yourself already?

    Enjoyed Brenda getting the rough side of Pat's tongue last night, too - after the way she meekly agreed with Tom and Helen that Clarrie getting the sack would make some kind of marketing sense, I feel that she deserved a taste of what Pat had earlier dished out in Clarrie's direction.

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  • Message 43

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    Posted by PaulHammond (U5000908) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    I don't know how much control you have over tweets coming in - does anyone know? I mean, can't you just imagine what some of them might say? This might be one of the kinder ones. 

    yeah - I did rather think that putting facebook/twitter comments directly on the home page so you can see them directly might well end up shooting them in the foot - I mean what if their carefully worded statement about being up and running after "refurbishment" is ruined by the first tweet of the day being something along the lines of "Hey guys, isn't this the same company that was in the news in Borsetshire last week about E Coli poisoning - what have you heard?"

    Adn if you're going to vet the tweets before they go up, it rather spoils the "instant response, community feel" and it means someone's got to spend time reading them all before putting them up, and the censored people get their backs up and set up and anti-Bridge farm facebook group.

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  • Message 44

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    Posted by Poorgrass (U12099742) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Sadly and I write as one who once hearted Brenda, poor Brenda is a spent force. Her potential has been well and truly Tommed and her degree is now obsolete. There is a tragic quality to Brenda in which I take no delight despite her being a Tugger. As above there is a significant difference between marketing and sales and the web discussions have made me howl with laughter. When I've not been groaning.  I don't think that her degree was of much value in the first place. She's just another victim of the recent craze for sending as many people as possible to university, and harsh economic reality has stepped in, having had a brief fairly rubbish job marketing pop or something similar, she went to be effectively a property developers' assistant/dogsbody for slightly more money (but if I remember correctly it wasn't that much.)

    I suspect that even if she had been waiting to stick with the Leicester job or been prepared to move around more (and dump Tom) the chances are that she wouldn't have got very far - she probably didn't have what it takes.

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    Posted by Lady Trudie Tilney Glorfindel Maldini (U2222312) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    I don't think that her degree was of much value in the first place. She's just another victim of the recent craze for sending as many people as possible to university,  


    Indeed - and she gave up a decent career in local media to do so. I would have thought her experience and contacts made in what, 9 years or so at work would have been more use than her theoretical knowledge of marketing in the job she's doing now.

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  • Message 46

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    Posted by JoLean (U2258866) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Do you know, ermintrude, I did think Brenda should have given Pat some basic media training before being interviewed, and they should at least have found out the format (1 to 1, part of a piece) and who else was being interviewed before they agreed.

    And couldn't Brenda use her local contacts to try to put the Bridge Farm side across? A rival local (not BBC) station? Or advertorial?

    Brenda is an idiot. Even Tom is too good for her, and that really is saying something.

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  • Message 47

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    Posted by JustJanie - Fairweather Strider (U10822512) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    Pip is Nic to Brenda's Emma. Brenda wasn't in the least interested in helping Bridge Farm (just said their press release was rubbish) until she felt threatened by know-it-all Pip.

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  • Message 48

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    Posted by irene (U14262395) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    do you know, poll, i actually had to think what brendas job is, when she made that remark! had completely forgotten .
    made me hoot out loud anyway. was that before or after i shouted at tom with his ref to pat being worried about the mortgage. would that be the mortage that you and your ghastly sister blackmailed your parents into taking on at all? mind you i had a shout out at susan too, so obviously its me.

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  • Message 49

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    Posted by MsMumbo-Jumbo (U3613133) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    You mean you didn't shout at Alish and her ideeyahs for adding value to her generic product, irene?
    Yesterday's was 13 minutes of yelping as far as I was concerned.
    MJ

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  • Message 50

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    Posted by irene (U14262395) on Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

    oh yes i forgot that one, mumbers. actually it was a flipping great episode now i think about it. jam packed with shouting opportunites.

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