Today’s Tweats on Twitter from Towcester News

Todays Tweats on Twitter from TowcesterNews

18:07 Just had tea with my daughter, bangers and mash – proper comfort food – needs to be the wind is up and its quite stormy #

18:08 @CastleDonington Ah Vicky welcome aboard, you’ll soon get the hang of it #

18:45 @Documentally Where are the closed roads, around South Northants? #

18:47 @Documentally ah well its rough up north, or so they say, safe trip, like the T-Shirt – very good #

19:02 [Local News] Unexplained Death In Potterspury: <div class="ds-firstpara" id="ds-firstpara">&lt.. tinyurl.com/ckfa72 #

19:02 Unexplained Death in Potterspury, Man found in Car: Unexplained death in Potterspury Northants Police are curren.. tinyurl.com/bzhpfc #

20:02 Wife just gone to chair pre school meeting – I am going out I may be some time…. the weather is wild you see #

20:04 @CastleDonington look at Twitterfeed, to create a feed based on your RSS then just add what you are up to… #

20:05 @dressjunkie that’s not fair #

20:06 Rain is so heavy we have have just lost satellite signal! Might be flooding tomorrow #

20:57 @Weebly_one thank you for reminding me – on the site now #

21:00 [What’s On?] Stainer’s Crucifixion: <p><img alt="Towcester Choral Society during last year&.. tinyurl.com/aqjjz6 #

21:58 Apparently Only Smart People Can Read This….: Olny srmat poelpe can raed this.
I cdnuolt blveiee taht I cl.. tinyurl.com/cx69cr #

22:40 about to do a software update #

22:59 Going to look at Safari 4 in beta #

23:09 @marcnobbs well have just loaded it and actually its pretty good, will take a day or so I suppose, I also use Firefox #

23:10 @EthosRecruit of course I do, acutally probably won’t be too long now! And you can talk, I don’t do all those breakfast meetings #

23:12 @annaattheambler about 3000 addresses, so i guess 9,000 people I think #

23:16 @Documentally will do – have a safe trip, hope the wild weather abates #

23:20 That’s it for today, newsletter to do first thing! #

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23:56 I couldn’t find a tweet to post.. tinyurl.com/da7uhl #

00:04 @marcnobbs that is a great option #

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08:21 Blue sky and wind has dropped much better – is it too early for shorts? #

09:06 @annaattheambler I use twitterfeed to post all to Twitter from RSS, works well #

09:25 I like Safari 4 – works very well so far #

09:29 [What’s On?] Charity Tea Dance This Weekend: <p><img alt="Towcester Tea Rooms Annual Tea Da.. tinyurl.com/clg8er #

09:59 [Reviews & Features] Hope Pinned On Bailout: <p class="image-right"><img alt="Andy Bett.. tinyurl.com/d2tngf #

09:59 [Local News] Cuckoo In The Nest Winner Goes On Spending Spree: <p class="image-left"><img a.. tinyurl.com/bfsxnl #

09:59 Hope pinned on bailout: Andy Betts of local financial advisors, Towcester Financial Planning writes…
Hopes Pinne.. tinyurl.com/cfzk8p #

09:59 Winner Goes On Shopping Spree: Megan Rigby, Emily Hamp & Lauren Alger on a shopping spree in Drop Dead Gorge.. tinyurl.com/dedxus #

10:35 Reading: "www.aboutmyarea.co.uk/site/nl_display.asp?area=295&i=1442" (twitthis.com/9uullu) #

10:36 Weekly newsletter with full round up for Towcester twitthis.com/9uullu #

11:01 Coffee time I think – just been speaking to the police about lorries & tractors breaking the weight limit in our village – very Ambridge #

11:02 @Classy_Lyn here is the latest news on Towcester, sign up and get it weekly twitthis.com/9uullu #

11:03 Just had first Safari 4 crash ooh errr #

11:26 Unexplained death – man identified, post mortem later today – more to follow #

11:28 [Local News] Unexplained Death in Potterspury – Man Identified: Man named, still unexplained, post mortem in Lei.. tinyurl.com/dzfesa #

11:28 Unexplained Death in Potterspury – Man Named: Man named, post mortem later today We are now able to identify the.. tinyurl.com/aokog4 #

11:54 @jenscloset use a tripod, wide aperature and natural light #

11:59 @jenscloset the f1.4, f2.8, f3.5 etc, go for f22 or someting #

12:26 Does everyone who uses Twitter get asked how it works? #

12:30 @katehughes I know, I wonder if one tweat more than then next Twitter defines expert! PS Used to live In Solihull – 68-73 #

12:31 @BabsBags Not easy actually either! Suggest pic of shop #

12:50 @mashable saw this last night, amazing really – Perhaps Twitter is the 5th Emergency Service #

12:50 @katehughes What is Shull? #

12:58 @shedworking I think lots of people have a look and dont’t go beyond that – one does have to sort of stick with it #

13:21 @katehughes ah Sharmans Cross Road, Streetbrook Road end, MIL lives in Buryfields Road #

13:23 @Documentally check out @m1updates , very good, obviously only for M1 #

13:24 Sandwich for lunch – just check weather, snow showers forecast at 3 pm, currently blue sky and fluffy clouds – are we in for a change #

13:32 RT furloughing! @shedworking: RT: @pressgazetteNewsquest to ask all staff to take unpaid leave tinyurl.com/bp5zw7 #

13:44 I can hear sirens in the distance, police, ambulance or fire brigade #

14:12 @Weebly_one at about 6 pm on Saturday 21st June 2008 from back of church – I do have a good few more #

14:14 Just had some correspondence from an old friend of mine in NYC #

15:38 Back at desk, just picked up three quarters of a ton of shingle – in a trailer! #

15:46 twitpic.com/1u9sx – This might be a better picture #

15:49 @Weebly_one twitpic.com/1u9sx – This might be a better picture, although a bit low light for handheld – will do better this year #

15:51 About to feed hens #

16:29 Out with the speedwatch camera to slow speeding motorists – watch out #

17:36 Back from speedwatch – three at over 35mph in 30 zone! #

17:53 @EthosTweet I don’t know about that mine seem to do quite well #

17:54 @Classy_Lyn Oh no, chairman of Parish Meeting – we have a business park nearby and we caught one car at 47 in a 30 today! #

17:55 @Weebly_one absolutely – highly recommended as is Wakefield Farm Shop in Potterspury, not to mention Radmore in Litchborough #

18:00 [Local News] Views On Affordable Housing In Stoke Bruerne: <p><img alt="Affordable Housing .. tinyurl.com/bbv5sc #

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Unexplained Death in Potterspury – Man Named

Man named, post mortem later today

We are now able to identify the man found dead in a car just off the A5 at Moorend Lane in Potterspury yesterday (Tuesday 3 March) morning.

He was Ilyaas Maxhmed Ibrahim aged 32 who lived in the Romford area of Essex.

His death is still being treated as unexplained but a post mortem will be carried out on his body later today in Leicester.

Anyone who has information that could assist the investigation, and in particular anyone who picked up a black man on the A5 at about 9.30am yesterday, who may have asked for a lift or help to leave the county, is asked to call police in Northampton on 08453 700700.

Winner Goes On Shopping Spree

Megan Rigby, Emily Hamp & Lauren Alger on a shopping spree in Drop Dead Gorgeous. Picture courtesy of Drop Dead Gorgeous

Winner goes on shopping spree

Winner goes on shopping spree


Emily Hamp who won the Cuckoo in the Nest Competition run by Towcester Business Club over half term went on a shopping spree in one of the shops taking part spending £180 of her £200 winning at Drop Dead Gorgeous in Towcester.

Barbara Cairns of Drop Dead Gorgeous said, “They were so excited being able to choose virtually anything they wanted it was lovely.”

Hope pinned on bailout

Andy Betts of local financial advisors, Towcester Financial Planning writes…
Hopes Pinned on Bailout

The prosperity of the world’s largest economy is dependent on President Obama’s $1 trillion gamble to bail America out of its worst recession for decades, according to the Federal Reserve. In his testimony to the US Senate, the Fed’s chairman Ben Bernanke said that America’s economy would only recover this year if Washington’s plans succeeded in nursing the financial system back to health. Mr. Bernanke explained that if the fiscal stimulus proposals worked as expected then growth could resume in the second half of the year. But he also qualified his comments by saying that “Only if that is the case, in my view, is there a reasonable prospect that the current recession will end in 2009 and that 2010 will be a year of recovery”.

His comments coincided with a slew of poor economic data released last week that illustrated the poor state of the US economy. The Times reported that house prices fell at their fastest rate for 21 years and the country was hit by its most brutal slump in a quarter of a century at the end of last year, as consumers and businesses reined in spending. Revised official GDP figures showed that the economy shrank at an annual rate of 6.2% in the last quarter of 2008 – much worse than expected. But as The Financial Times went on to say, latest figures from around the world point to a marked global slowdown – from the eurozone to the Far East. Probably the most startling data came from Japan, where exports fell 45.7% in January compared with a year earlier – the steepest slide for fifty years. Not only were exports down significantly to the US but also to China, where the rate of growth in the world’s most dynamic economy is also slowing.

Nearer to home, consumer and business sentiment fell in the eurozone, which analysts fear is a precursor to a further slowdown. There was one piece of good news though for the region – inflation will soon undershoot the European Central Bank’s target, creating scope for substantial cuts in interest rates, according to The Financial Times. And here in the UK, expectations too are for lower rates this week when the Bank of England’s MPC meets. Economists believe the Bank

will cut rates by a further 0.5%, bringing rates down to just half a percent. Any stimulus to the flagging economy will no doubt be welcomed by hard pressed businesses. The CBI revealed last week that conditions among service businesses have worsened rapidly in recent months, according to its latest survey. Plummeting sales, orders and profits across the sector are fuelling the worst job cuts for a decade.

Sickly Patient

There was more nursing care for one of the UK’s sickliest businesses last week – the government announced that it is to insure some £300bn of the Royal Bank of Scotland’s most toxic assets in an effort to stabilise the state-controlled bank. The government-backed insurance scheme means RBS will be able to inject loans and other credit assets into the arrangement in return for fresh capital. The plan is seen as a way of saving RBS from full-scale nationalisation and other UK banks are expected to avail themselves of the scheme. In return, the government will be extracting commitments for banks to lend more as part of its stimulus package to kick-start the economy. Lloyds is also expected to participate in the scheme but there were, according to The Daily Telegraph, last minute hitches delaying details of any help for the bank. The news coincided with Lloyds announcement that its newly acquired subsidiary HBoS lost £10.8bn last year, but the bank’s chairman insisted that it was a good deal.

Over in America, similar government-sponsored help for the banks means that US taxpayers could end up owning 36% of Citigroup after the US Treasury altered the terms of its $45bn holding in the bank. Fears that many banks might end up under government control have worried investors on Wall Street in recent weeks and the Obama administration has endeavoured to dampen speculation that it is planning to wrest control of Citigroup and its ilk. Those concerns meant stock markets were once again nervous, leading to falls for the major indices, but also in the currency markets; the yen fell sharply and surprisingly so too did the price of gold as it retreated from $1,000 per ounce. In the commodity markets, oil prices were volatile, swinging from a low of $37 per barrel to $44pb.

Sage Remains Optimistic

The world’s wealthiest investor, Warren Buffett – affectionately known as the Sage of Omaha – admitted that last year was difficult even for him, as his investment vehicle Berkshire Hathaway fell in value. As reported in The Sunday Telegraph, Mr. Buffett acknowledged that his decision to use derivatives to bet on the US and UK stock markets had proven ill-judged in the short-term. Fortunately though, his broad mix of insurance, utility and manufacturing businesses meant the portfolio was diversified overall. But he reminded investors that his strategy of having excess liquidity meant he would continue to buy shares and bonds from companies. “Whether we’re talking about socks or stocks, I like buying quality merchandise when it is marked down” he quipped, adding “We like buying underpriced securities, but we like buying fairly-priced operating businesses even more”. The latter comment was seen as a broad hint that he would be snapping up companies that had the potential for solid earnings growth in the future.

And it’s not just shares that professional investors are snapping up. According to The Financial Times, a gulf is opening up in the commercial property market between professional investors looking for opportunity in distressed assets and private investors looking to exit. The paper said that seasoned investors are saying this is the investment of a lifetime and are buying properties at heavily discounted prices. Of course, it has been worrying for private investors who have seen sharp falls in the value of their funds, but it may be that with increased professional interest the market may be stabilising. Historically, investing in commercial property has been a way of hedging against inflation and as an asset class it has outperformed both cash and government bonds, with income its main attraction. As a result of falling capital values, income yields have risen and many portfolios today are yielding c.8% to investors.

Risk versus Reward

The stock market falls witnessed in the last eighteen months have been painful for investors, but many professional investors now see huge opportunity ahead. Nick Purves of Schroders manages UK equity funds for St. James’s Place and he explains why he is now changing his investment strategy. “Before I talk about how I see events unfolding and the potential impact on the portfolio, it’s worth just looking backwards to put current events into perspective. In the last few months things have deteriorated at a faster rate than expected, with economic indicators worse than thought. As an example, we are seeing property companies coming to the market for cash because they have been caught out, not by the falls in property values, but the speed of decline. Within the market, share prices are behaving in the way one would expect – in other words, investors are so risk averse they are selling or avoiding any stock perceived as high risk, for example financials. Usual share valuation methods are being ignored because investors don’t believe the numbers and so don’t want to own stocks, which has led to indiscriminate selling.

But looking forward, where do I see the opportunities? Firstly I don’t see my job to be one of being either pro or anti risk. What is important is to evaluate, for each share, whether the risk/reward balance is right. So 18 months ago it seemed sensible – following a period of sharp price rises – to become more defensive by moving the portfolio into sectors such as energy and telecoms. These have done very well and explain why the portfolio held up as well as it did last year. Now, however, I think investors will be compensated for taking on more risk. Warren Buffett talks about being greedy when others are fearful – currently, fear rules in the market and to take on more risk feels rather scary but you need to be brave. So within the portfolio I have bought stocks in those sectors which are very distressed, for example banks, financials, retail, industrial and media. I can buy into these companies at huge discounts to book value.

There is still risk, of course – things could get worse – so I am being careful by taking relatively small positions. I own Barclays, RBS and Lloyds which amount to 4% of the portfolio and whilst they could be nationalised, if they do survive, the upside will be many times the low multiples they currently trade on. I think I would be failing in my job if I just bought safe defensive stocks – the market sees you coming and extracts a high price from investors seeking certainty. Rentokil is a classic recovery situation, along with 3i and Daily Mail Group. It’s important to try and remember that the value of a share is about the earnings and profits for the next 15 years, not 2009 in isolation. But, in aggregate, these higher risk positions account for around 12% of the portfolio – balanced out by the likes of Vodafone, which accounts for 6% of the assets.

I do believe buying good businesses at distressed prices is now the right strategy – you make all your money in a bear market; you just don’t realise it at the time. Looking at the portfolio today there are some great opportunities, shares that could rise threefold over the next three years and this is something I would not have said 18 months ago. It will continue to be bumpy, there will be accidents along the way, but the portfolio is very diverse for just such reasons. Volatility makes it feel uncomfortable, but the dynamics of this crisis means there will be further deleveraging and liquidity is likely to remain poor, meaning some sharp swings in prices. Hard as it may be, one needs to focus on the types of return available: if a share is likely to double or triple over the next 3 years or so, that’s an attractive proposition so whatever happens in the next six months needs to be seen in this context”.

To find out how Towcester Financial Planning can maximise your returns in a volatile market visit www.towcester-fp.co.uk or e-mail Andy Betts at andy.betts@sjpp.co.uk

Today’s Tweats on Twitter from Towcester News

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Todays Tweats on Twitter from TowcesterNews

08:45 grey and a bit overcast, feels like it might rain, much colder #

08:46 Reading all the info coming out of Spain on F1 – Red Bull seem to be the team to watch #

09:03 Reuters Rumours Honda Deal: Honda close to deal on sale of F1 team: report Tue Mar 3, 2009 6:31am GMT TOKYO (Reu.. tinyurl.com/d54tsj #

09:28 [Local News] Stopping Throwaway Fashions Going to Landfill: <p class="image-right"><img alt.. tinyurl.com/as9jkc #

09:28 Reuters Rumours Honda Deal: Honda close to deal on sale of F1 team: report Tue Mar 3, 2009 6:31am GMT TOKYO (Reu.. tinyurl.com/d54tsj #

10:23 Just been talking to Recep at Towcester Tiles – he is joining Twitter #

10:31 Check out: "Funeral this afternoon" (twitthis.com/pf25iz) #

10:35 Just having a coffee – does make a difference #

10:58 [Local News] Lengthsmen Gangs Are Back!: <p class="image-right"><img alt="Councillor Jim Ha.. tinyurl.com/cwxkjf #

10:58 [Local News] Twitter Comes To Towcester: <p><img alt="Twitter Comes to Towcester" height="7.. tinyurl.com/aphxew #

11:28 Twitter comes to Towcester:

The social networking event of the moment – its all the rage and and it here in .. tinyurl.com/c4cfad #

11:29 Looking forward to lunch, starving #

11:32 @Documentally I think we had the Mothercare one, used to sit as a small window at bottom of TV – gimick really #

13:06 @Weebly_one a regular contributor now – I also hear he is going to help with the Easton Neston meadows too #

13:06 Raining again – only 18 days until Spring #

13:08 @Weebly_one haven’t decided if I am going to go and photograph it – seems a bit morbid really #

13:08 @EthosRecruit looking forward to the press release! #

13:34 Gosh lunch was good #

14:11 Just missed a heavy shower – phew #

15:24 @Towcestertiles Up above the world so high #

16:00 [What’s On?] Dinner and Dance for British Heart Foundation: <p><img alt="Towcester Town Hal.. tinyurl.com/bqf95w #

16:00 [Local News] Leisure Cycle Rides: <p><img alt="Leisure Cycle Rides around Towcester" height.. tinyurl.com/cfzo5o #

16:00 [Local News] Vulcan To The Sky Project – Delta Lady XH 558 Needs Your Help Now!! : <p><span.. tinyurl.com/ajm8jk #

16:05 Check out Vulcan story, deadline for pledges this Friday – would be a shame for it to be lost towcesternews.wordpress.com/ #

16:29 Vulcan To The Sky Project – Delta Lady XH 558 Needs Your Help Now!!:  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
I know that many of you may.. tinyurl.com/cwqh74 #

16:35 Wind is getting up, birds whistling like mad #

17:30 @Weebly_one oh good I decided not to take any pics #

18:07 Just had tea with my daughter, bangers and mash – proper comfort food – needs to be the wind is up and its quite stormy #

18:08 @CastleDonington Ah Vicky welcome aboard, you’ll soon get the hang of it #

18:45 @Documentally Where are the closed roads, around South Northants? #

18:47 @Documentally ah well its rough up north, or so they say, safe trip, like the T-Shirt – very good #

19:02 [Local News] Unexplained Death In Potterspury: <div class="ds-firstpara" id="ds-firstpara">&lt.. tinyurl.com/ckfa72 #

19:02 Unexplained Death in Potterspury, Man found in Car: Unexplained death in Potterspury Northants Police are curren.. tinyurl.com/bzhpfc #

20:02 Wife just gone to chair pre school meeting – I am going out I may be some time…. the weather is wild you see #

20:04 @CastleDonington look at Twitterfeed, to create a feed based on your RSS then just add what you are up to… #

20:05 @dressjunkie that’s not fair #

20:06 Rain is so heavy we have have just lost satellite signal! Might be flooding tomorrow #

20:57 @Weebly_one thank you for reminding me – on the site now #

21:00 [What’s On?] Stainer’s Crucifixion: <p><img alt="Towcester Choral Society during last year&.. tinyurl.com/aqjjz6 #

21:58 Apparently Only Smart People Can Read This….: Olny srmat poelpe can raed this.
I cdnuolt blveiee taht I cl.. tinyurl.com/cx69cr #

22:40 about to do a software update #

22:59 Going to look at Safari 4 in beta #

23:09 @marcnobbs well have just loaded it and actually its pretty good, will take a day or so I suppose, I also use Firefox #

23:10 @EthosRecruit of course I do, acutally probably won’t be too long now! And you can talk, I don’t do all those breakfast meetings #

23:12 @annaattheambler about 3000 addresses, so i guess 9,000 people I think #

23:16 @Documentally will do – have a safe trip, hope the wild weather abates #

23:20 That’s it for today, newsletter to do first thing! #

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Today’s Tweats on Twitter from Towcester News

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Todays Tweats on Twitter from TowcesterNews

08:45 grey and a bit overcast, feels like it might rain, much colder #

08:46 Reading all the info coming out of Spain on F1 – Red Bull seem to be the team to watch #

09:03 Reuters Rumours Honda Deal: Honda close to deal on sale of F1 team: report Tue Mar 3, 2009 6:31am GMT TOKYO (Reu.. tinyurl.com/d54tsj #

09:28 [Local News] Stopping Throwaway Fashions Going to Landfill: <p class="image-right"><img alt.. tinyurl.com/as9jkc #

09:28 Reuters Rumours Honda Deal: Honda close to deal on sale of F1 team: report Tue Mar 3, 2009 6:31am GMT TOKYO (Reu.. tinyurl.com/d54tsj #

10:23 Just been talking to Recep at Towcester Tiles – he is joining Twitter #

10:31 Check out: "Funeral this afternoon" (twitthis.com/pf25iz) #

10:35 Just having a coffee – does make a difference #

10:58 [Local News] Lengthsmen Gangs Are Back!: <p class="image-right"><img alt="Councillor Jim Ha.. tinyurl.com/cwxkjf #

10:58 [Local News] Twitter Comes To Towcester: <p><img alt="Twitter Comes to Towcester" height="7.. tinyurl.com/aphxew #

11:28 Twitter comes to Towcester:

The social networking event of the moment – its all the rage and and it here in .. tinyurl.com/c4cfad #

11:29 Looking forward to lunch, starving #

11:32 @Documentally I think we had the Mothercare one, used to sit as a small window at bottom of TV – gimick really #

13:06 @Weebly_one a regular contributor now – I also hear he is going to help with the Easton Neston meadows too #

13:06 Raining again – only 18 days until Spring #

13:08 @Weebly_one haven’t decided if I am going to go and photograph it – seems a bit morbid really #

13:08 @EthosRecruit looking forward to the press release! #

13:34 Gosh lunch was good #

14:11 Just missed a heavy shower – phew #

15:24 @Towcestertiles Up above the world so high #

16:00 [What’s On?] Dinner and Dance for British Heart Foundation: <p><img alt="Towcester Town Hal.. tinyurl.com/bqf95w #

16:00 [Local News] Leisure Cycle Rides: <p><img alt="Leisure Cycle Rides around Towcester" height.. tinyurl.com/cfzo5o #

16:00 [Local News] Vulcan To The Sky Project – Delta Lady XH 558 Needs Your Help Now!! : <p><span.. tinyurl.com/ajm8jk #

16:05 Check out Vulcan story, deadline for pledges this Friday – would be a shame for it to be lost towcesternews.wordpress.com/ #

16:29 Vulcan To The Sky Project – Delta Lady XH 558 Needs Your Help Now!!:  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
I know that many of you may.. tinyurl.com/cwqh74 #

16:35 Wind is getting up, birds whistling like mad #

17:30 @Weebly_one oh good I decided not to take any pics #

18:07 Just had tea with my daughter, bangers and mash – proper comfort food – needs to be the wind is up and its quite stormy #

18:08 @CastleDonington Ah Vicky welcome aboard, you’ll soon get the hang of it #

18:45 @Documentally Where are the closed roads, around South Northants? #

18:47 @Documentally ah well its rough up north, or so they say, safe trip, like the T-Shirt – very good #

19:02 [Local News] Unexplained Death In Potterspury: <div class="ds-firstpara" id="ds-firstpara">&lt.. tinyurl.com/ckfa72 #

19:02 Unexplained Death in Potterspury, Man found in Car: Unexplained death in Potterspury Northants Police are curren.. tinyurl.com/bzhpfc #

20:02 Wife just gone to chair pre school meeting – I am going out I may be some time…. the weather is wild you see #

20:04 @CastleDonington look at Twitterfeed, to create a feed based on your RSS then just add what you are up to… #

20:05 @dressjunkie that’s not fair #

20:06 Rain is so heavy we have have just lost satellite signal! Might be flooding tomorrow #

20:57 @Weebly_one thank you for reminding me – on the site now #

21:00 [What’s On?] Stainer’s Crucifixion: <p><img alt="Towcester Choral Society during last year&.. tinyurl.com/aqjjz6 #

21:58 Apparently Only Smart People Can Read This….: Olny srmat poelpe can raed this.
I cdnuolt blveiee taht I cl.. tinyurl.com/cx69cr #

22:40 about to do a software update #

22:59 Going to look at Safari 4 in beta #

23:09 @marcnobbs well have just loaded it and actually its pretty good, will take a day or so I suppose, I also use Firefox #

23:10 @EthosRecruit of course I do, acutally probably won’t be too long now! And you can talk, I don’t do all those breakfast meetings #

23:12 @annaattheambler about 3000 addresses, so i guess 9,000 people I think #

23:16 @Documentally will do – have a safe trip, hope the wild weather abates #

23:20 That’s it for today, newsletter to do first thing! #

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