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Though this board is now closed, a phoenix rose from its ashes in ...

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BBC Ouch team Sep 9, 2011

The last word...

Who do you reckon it'll be that gets in that one last post just ...

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Lisy Jul 8, 2011

Last one out

Turn the lights off please as I don't think the BBC can afford ...

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Ironic John Jul 8, 2011

Hard as this is...

we will survivehttp://www.youtube.com/wat...

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myrtlemaid Jul 8, 2011

Three wheels

Three wheels on my wagon but I'm still rolling ...

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Ironic John Jul 8, 2011

Thanks Folks

Thanks folks for all the help and support you have given me over ...

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crustycrip Jul 8, 2011

Time to say goodbye

Thanks to anyone who has been here while I have.. there have been ...

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myrtlemaid Jul 8, 2011

Ouch! Farewell Party

Well, it's going ahead (for now), the last word from the Ouch! ...

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KizzyKazaer Jul 8, 2011

Goodbye, so long

Day is done, gone the sun,From the lake, from the hills, from the ...

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penny cillin Jul 8, 2011

Big thank you to the Ouch ...

Look no one likes what is happening and I do not suppose ...

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Otter25 Jul 8, 2011

Au Revoir

Getting my goodbye post in now because the chances of me being ...

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Lisy Jul 8, 2011

GOODBYE....................

GOODBYE............................. ..............

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Wheelthing Jul 8, 2011

Last Post

<<>>Well thats it from me peeps. Thanks to all who have helped ...

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Jaffa Jul 8, 2011

Down but not out.

Sorry have not been about last few weeks but in a bad place ...

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Peter aka Sociable Jul 8, 2011

Running out of time!

I dont know what else to do, and time is going faster than i ...

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Jaffa Jul 8, 2011

An introduction to

An introduction to the BBC's disability site may 21st ...

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Patentia Jul 8, 2011

odd air of half-thereity now

Guess it does sort of mini-reflect the state of the country as a whole.

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Offworld Jul 8, 2011

Rules relaxation / slight ...

Hi all. We're relaxing rules a little and moving the board ...

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BBC Ouch team Jul 8, 2011

keep strong!!!

a song for the bbc ouch teamhttp://youtu.be/PcKoYGNj0BU

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garry Jul 8, 2011

Ouch Too

For ease of reference:http://forum4.aimoo.com...

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auntieCtheM Jul 8, 2011

to DavidG

In response to Damon's first announcement:48.At 09:54 9th Jun ...

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U14259457 Jul 8, 2011

for those who chose to close ...

this songs says all that needs to be saidhttp://youtu.be/XyIhYRV4WwI

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garry Jul 7, 2011

Ouch! Will be nothing

without this message board.I completely agree with Lisa Jane. ...

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Yvette Jul 7, 2011

My last post.

Unlees I revive later this will be my final post on here as I am ...

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Citron Shake Jul 7, 2011

Anyone gone to the newspapers ...

It's clear that the BBC is determined to turn a deaf ear to ...

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Aristotle Tottle Jul 7, 2011

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