CBFS SPOTTER

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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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I was looking in that area, but haven't found it yet.
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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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PeteP wrote:
26 Jul 2022, 07:43
Ah, found it straight away after that clue but I'll leave the prizes to those who found it without being told where to look! Well done to them. :cheers:
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There are lesser badges after clues, Pete, it's at gold level from here, so if you want gold, go for it ;)

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Airspeed wrote:
26 Jul 2022, 08:05
There are lesser badges after clues, Pete, it's at gold level from here, so if you want gold, go for it ;)
I've got it now, but I've lost interest since a clew has been given.

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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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I don't like clues. Stopped looking now.

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Perhaps, if people want clues, they can ask for them by PM. They would then only qualify for a lesser badge, but leave the competition open to the full badge for those who wish to compete for it (similar to my 'A' level Physics and Chemistry practical exams, where we could ask for some information, but this would be noted and passed to the Exam Board).

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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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OK I hear you.
I only had 2 replies and posts led me to think you wanted help.
From here on :-#
Sounds like I'd best close 22-07-22 tomorrow, 28-07.

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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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And no clues between each other, either. I think it's better to remain clueless.

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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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Paul K wrote:
27 Jul 2022, 09:38
And no clues between each other, either. I think it's better to remain clueless.
OK, hear that everyone? Please don't post clues.

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I'm clueless most of the time anyway.

:dunno:

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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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511Flyer wrote:
27 Jul 2022, 15:05
I'm clueless most of the time anyway.

:dunno:
I find it a comforting state more often than not...less to worry about. :cheers:

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