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Re: redmurty

Post by diggermanbob » Mon Feb 20, 2017 4:32 pm

On top of that great bit of work , he is a really nice bloke as well (thumbs)

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Re: redmurty

Post by dubber68 » Mon Feb 20, 2017 5:38 pm

Nice to know there are still good people out there who are willing to put themselves out for others. (thumbs)
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Re: redmurty

Post by P4ulie » Mon Feb 20, 2017 7:15 pm

What goes around comes around Spud (thumbs)

In the old days of this website you would be karma point king :laugh:

I much prefer hearing / reading about people doing good things than slagging one another off
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Re: redmurty

Post by simonw » Mon Feb 20, 2017 10:25 pm

And this month's award for most random excuse for a ride goes to.... :)

(Maybe we should start a "what's your most random excuse for a ride" thread?)

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Re: redmurty

Post by Simon_100 » Tue Feb 21, 2017 6:49 am

He's a top bloke and that's for sure - but anyone riding around the black Country and better avoid Stourbridge traffic for a while until his head shrinks back to normal (thumbs)

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Re: redmurty

Post by ollydog » Tue Feb 21, 2017 7:40 am

placky2 wrote:where do I start with this! I replied to a post on here a few mths back about my experiences with a total knee replacement id recently had. one of the replies was from redmurty and there followed a conversation between us by pm and phone.he does soft tissue work and the result was he said that he would give me a session if I went down there,but as I couldn't drive it wasn't poss at the time as my better half works away from home and she is my chauffer now.

to cut a long story short today he rode all the way up to chesterfield and spent a good 30 to 45 mins working on my knee,all for a cuppa and a bacon butty! he refused payment for his time and petrol.this man is a star,absolutly bloody brilliant good egg.
he achieved more movement in my knee in ten mins than the physio at the hosp has done in 6mths!! im amazed.

MANY MANY MANY THANKS THAT MAN,STAND UP AND TAKE THE CREDIT YOUR DUE.
i will rub any ones knee for a bacon buttie with brown sauce,

seriously this what happens on good forums, well done that man.

ps mean it about the buttie (thumbs)

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Re: redmurty

Post by Redmurty » Tue Feb 21, 2017 7:51 am

simonw wrote:And this month's award for most random excuse for a ride goes to.... :)

(Maybe we should start a "what's your most random excuse for a ride" thread?)
:whistle: :laugh:

cheers Spud ;)
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