giovedì 1 marzo 2018

Breaking News!

The Bass Bagging Hexagram has been disbanded!

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Richard (of RBB): No need to worry, nothing is wrong. We have decided to stand as individual blogs. Some of us found the title a bit of a mouthful. We're all bass baggers, we know that, and we don't need a formal link. Blogs don't need to be big companies or societies. They don't need to band together like chain stores. The strength of a blog is in its individuality. At Richard's Bass Bag* and our associate blogs we only have one aim - QUALITY.










* the original bass bagging site

6 commenti:

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

THE CURMUDGEONS INC. is going from strength to strength.

We can offer you a franchise if you like.

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

Thanks but I've noticed that you guys don't get many comments.

Robert ha detto...

Exert from a Pilgrim's Progress.
"Then I came across Franchise. He had made some progress then the gate to hell had lured him to lies and greed. I ran past Franchise who pursued me only to run into Individuality who scorned me for being rude! "Please Individuality" I said, "Would it be not better to share and take lessons from others as surely nothing is original". Individuality drew out a stick to beat me but then Learnfromthepast shouted "Is there nothing new under the sun that has not been done before?"

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

The pilgrim can progress somewhere else and not on my blog.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

Remember:

"Bass baggers are holding together as brothers."

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

Exert

verb
1.
apply or bring to bear (a force, influence, or quality).
"the moon exerts a force on the Earth"
synonyms: bring to bear, apply, bring into play, exercise, employ, use, make use of, utilize, deploy; More
2.
make a physical or mental effort.
"he needs to exert himself to try to find an answer"
synonyms: make an effort, try hard, strive, endeavour, apply oneself, do one's best, do all one can, do one's utmost, give one's all, make every effort, spare no effort, be at pains, put oneself out

That's what I've been trying to suggest to Robert all along.