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martin goddard

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More hear
« on: March 21, 2020, 07:52:55 AM »
It looks as if the number of guests on the RFCM site has risen,
Welcome to those guests.
Do not forget that your chat and comment (if nice) are always sought.

Look forward to hearing you here.


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Re: More hear
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2020, 09:18:20 AM »
Let me repeat Martin's 'welcome all' comments, and ask you all to contribute please.

I think the interwebz is taking a battering generally as more and more people work from/stay at  home. My own little niche blog has seen a big increase in hits, the average monthly visit numbers have doubled (can't all be my mum surely?).

 One tech news report reported that due to the increased working at home the, *ahem*, specialist websites were crashing. Must confess that did raise a giggle when I read it.

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Re: More hear
« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2020, 10:41:33 AM »
One tech news report reported that due to the increased working at home the, *ahem*, specialist websites were crashing. Must confess that did raise a giggle when I read it.

Radar,
I don't get out much nowadays, but can only assume you are referring to wargaming sites. Nothing to be ashamed of there - boardgames are being officially recommended by schools, so it can't be long before "historical tabletop gaming" becomes mainstream, surely, and we can all be out and proud about our hitherto niche pastime?  ;)

Simon