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Sam Vimes17/11/2007 19:50:00
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Does anyone know what has happened to the Fat Controller? I have been following his reconstruction of a sea commander and have found his advice first class. I have sent him an e mail but had no reply.

I have seen his frequent funny messages to Vinnie and Manxman do they know where he is?

Manxman17/11/2007 20:35:00
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Sorry Sam,

Not heard from Paul for a few days - not like him at all - he's usually first to put in a reply to any new questions - Hope he's O.K. - could actually be building !

Cheers - Kenny

Sam Vimes17/11/2007 21:54:00
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Thanks kenny

I have noticed that he is not answering beginners questions, he is not responding to e mails either.

Perhaps he is building or gone on holiday, but he is halfway through the sea commander rebild and as you say it is not like him.

Sam

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