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Re: [bolger] Re: Delete empty photo albums ?

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  • phil.bolger
    Lovely Spring day here in Gloucester. After a lot of rain, then de facto heat-wave, we are back again where we should be with moderate weather, the air heavy
    Message 1 of 6 , Jun 10, 2013
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      Lovely Spring day here in Gloucester.

      After a lot of rain, then de facto heat-wave, we are back again where we should be with moderate weather, the air heavy with buttercups, daisies and wild roses.  Property-Security-Chief Hobo-the-cat makes ‘cat-nests’ amidst the daisies and lurks...

      Wait !  Here comes Lawnmower-Man across the street with his screaming ‘institutional-scale’ machine to trim the 2 inches that have grown over the last week.  But even he will get tired of making that ruckus ritualistically fighting nature that surrounds his property.

      Good thing that the other property next door carefully choreographs their grass-cutting schedule to match the time when nobody else is stealing the show with their noise...  Oh, well.  Just a couple of hours.  And there is always the headphones...

      Susanne Altenburger, PB&F
       
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      That is because I am NOT the moderator and was pointing out that keeping these sites going is not a paying job and I never feel I have the right to suggest someone do more work for which they are not being paid. Most site moderators have real jobs and lives that take their time. Why don't the people who want the changes volunteer to to do them, for no pay of course :) Me, I just except, and enjoy, the site the way it is. It's so easy to suggest changes when you are not the one who actually has to do the work.

      --- In mailto:bolger%40yahoogroups.com, richard laux <rkldude@...> wrote:

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      > Â You do not identtify
      yourself as THE Moderator but you surely have shown that you are not someone who is open to a suggestion whether you are said moderator or not.Â
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      > To:
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      > Sent: Sunday, June 9, 2013 9:10 AM
      > Subject: [bolger] Re: Delete
      empty photo albums ?
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      > Hmm, another
      person who thinks things need to run their way. You can always start, and moderate, your own site.
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      > --- In
      mailto:bolger%40yahoogroups.com, "rkldude" <rkldude@> wrote:
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      > > Mr. Moderator,
      > > Could you delete the empty photo
      albums please ? And I am not sure if you can or would want to but there are some members who have multiple albums for the same project (build) posted. Can these be consolidated into one album ? I know it`s not your job but maybe eveyone will read this and take care of it themselves.
      > > Thanks, Richard
      Laux
      > >
      >

    • Gregory
      Susanne - Always someone to volunteer to disturb the peace! Gents: On the home page is the moderator address - if you can, please email me whatever
      Message 2 of 6 , Jun 10, 2013
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        Susanne - Always someone to volunteer to disturb the peace!

        Gents: On the home page is the moderator address - if you can, please email me whatever empty/corrupt folders you come across and I'll delete them.

        Gregg Carlson/Moderator

        --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, <philbolger@...> wrote:
        >
        > Lovely Spring day here in Gloucester.
        >
        > After a lot of rain, then de facto heat-wave, we are back again where we should be with moderate weather, the air heavy with buttercups, daisies and wild roses. Property-Security-Chief Hobo-the-cat makes ‘cat-nests’ amidst the daisies and lurks...
        >
        > Wait ! Here comes Lawnmower-Man across the street with his screaming ‘institutional-scale’ machine to trim the 2 inches that have grown over the last week. But even he will get tired of making that ruckus ritualistically fighting nature that surrounds his property.
        >
        > Good thing that the other property next door carefully choreographs their grass-cutting schedule to match the time when nobody else is stealing the show with their noise... Oh, well. Just a couple of hours. And there is always the headphones...
        >
        > Susanne Altenburger, PB&F
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