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Neil Wyatt05/02/2016 12:05:00
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Hello everyone,

You may have noticed my absence over the last week, or tried to get in touch with me and failed.

I have had a rather nasty short illness which isn't over yet. When I'm better I need to catch up with the next MEW so it will take me a while to work through the rather large backlog of emails and messages I have.

Thanks to everyone for thier patience.

Neil

Russell Eberhardt05/02/2016 12:12:30
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Good luck and a speedy recovery Neil

Russell

Muzzer05/02/2016 12:15:27
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Get well soon. Hope you are back in your overalls again soon!

David Colwill05/02/2016 12:40:46
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In the spirit of the forum, would you not consider starting a thread "How to fix Neil"? Members could post ideas for remedies / surgery. You might even find people willing to operate.

Just a thought.

In any case. Get well soonsmile p

David.

Mike Bondarczuk05/02/2016 12:51:27
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Neil,

Just adding my best wishes for a very speedy and total recovery.

Mike

Bazyle05/02/2016 13:01:29
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Posted by David Colwill on 05/02/2016 12:40:46:

In the spirit of the forum, would you not consider starting a thread "How to fix Neil"?

Or "Breaking for spares" cheeky but might not get any takers.

Do medical forums get the same sort of posts as this one?

"I did first aid at school so thought I'd try a heart transplant on the wife. I've connected up two of the pipes from the pump thingy but where do the other two go?"
"What sort of blood do I use in a 1945 model wife?"
"I got a bargain box of spare legs at a car boot".
Perhaps Tony can start another website - www.corpses.co.uk

JasonB05/02/2016 13:16:16
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I suppose we would be quite adept at making a "Super Neil".

Thats what you get for spending too many nights out in the cold looking up at the sky, get well soon.

J

Carl Wilson 405/02/2016 13:22:25
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Sorry to hear about this, I hope you get better soon.

Carl.

Ady105/02/2016 13:52:04
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All the best and don't work too hard

Brian Wood05/02/2016 13:59:38
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Please add my good wishes to everyone else's

Brian

Steven Vine05/02/2016 15:13:05
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Hope you get back to normal soon.

Best wishes.

Steve

Another JohnS05/02/2016 16:01:12
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Posted by JasonB on 05/02/2016 13:16:16:

I suppose we would be quite adept at making a "Super Neil".

I just hope that he is Super Adept at getting back on his feet...

(Neil - apologies for the joke, but do hope to read more of your quips here again soon)

John.

Bob Unitt 105/02/2016 17:28:01
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Get Well Soon

Geoff Theasby05/02/2016 18:14:07
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Bazyle, I claim rights on "Corpse Delivery Service". Handy for young motorists needing a quiet back seat driver/companion, for discouraging undue attention. Prop one up inside your front door in case of unwelcome visitors, regularly replaced for that 'Fresh' appearance. Have a 'conversation piece' to avoid unwelcome silences at parties, and somewhere to park hats, pipes, umbrellas, spliffs etc. Make a fourth for cards, handy for practice funerals, family portraits, darts practice. Testimonials available.

Geoff

mechman4805/02/2016 18:24:24
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Best wishes Neil;

Been for X-rays myself yesterday, spine, hips, pelvis, lumbar area, .... arthritis showed up in lower spinal area last year, considered using WD40 for lub' ... seemingly it's not recommended by GP/ Orthopaedic specialist surprise

George.

JA05/02/2016 20:00:01
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Get well soon, and quickly. All the best.

JA

Edited By JA on 05/02/2016 20:05:44

V8Eng05/02/2016 20:53:55
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Get well soon, best wishes.

V8

Rik Shaw05/02/2016 21:08:58
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Neil - Hope you are back to normal ASAP. In the meantime why not ease the strain by delegating? There seem to be some keen moderators hereabouts - give them a chance to earn a little respect!

Rik

Bruce Edney05/02/2016 23:01:59
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Get well soon Neil - Take it easy

Bruce

Raymond Sanderson 206/02/2016 04:31:40
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Get well soon.

If this is similar virus as was going round downunder be warned anywhere from 3 days to 3 months for fit and healthy people. Some seeing a 2nd and 3rd bout. Dr's were not perscribing unless serious infection in lungs throat etc.. R&R order of the period.

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