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  1. Thanks so much for adding the Chinatown location - it's so familar to me, having spent the Sydney leg of our honeymoon at the Holiday Inn Darling Harbour. Feeling very nostalgic now.
  2. It was great to read all that again. It really doesn't feel like 3 years ago since you were posting those articles.
  3. Oh excellent! Thank you! I do wish they had continued with the storyline of Liam doing up that old place to live in and work from - I liked that idea.
  4. I love the location for Liam's place - do we know where it is? What a view it has! Also, good question re. Tony's house. Any idea if the townhouse will be shown again, i.e. Roman's place? Nic owns it, doesn't she?
  5. Somebody's opinion is never wrong Dan. Isn't that constantly being preached to members in the discussion forums? Thanks for fire-fighting the damage which some of your staff caused on page 153. It was in the context of those comments that I made my comments. The comments about not doing certain updates because they don't get thanked had left me so disgusted, but your more rational, diplomatic explanation has reassured me. You are probably BTTB's best asset, and I trust you believe you have the best possible team around you. Negative feedback should be given the same voice as positive feedback however. As a member I am made feel that if I don't say thank you for spoilers and thank you for location updates (my two areas of interest) that I will have these privileges taken away from, and that was effectively confirmed on page 153. By the same token I have never ever felt I could comment when I think something is poor because again I feel there is no room for negative feedback on here. As you are all amateurs with better things to do, and a living to earn, it is a shame that the O/S can't run a site like BTTB to ensure the fans of the show get what they want. BTTB is, and can continue to be one great alternative though, just so long as egos don't mess it up.
  6. So departure features are not being produced because staff don't have the time to do it? That's understandable, however the earlier reasons given on page 153 seemed to suggest more that because staff weren't getting recognition for it from forum members, that they spat the dummy and decided not to bother. You might not be getting paid, but you are still staff, and that means you take on the work and produce the website that not only the members and fans deserve, but also that I believe a show like H&A deserves. This website it a wonderful resource, and staff agreeing amongst themselves which sections to work on and which not to bother with based on not getting recognition, is doing this website a disservice. I would see the staff as custodians of this wonderful resource whose role is to produce the best and most deserving content they can before passing the baton to the next generation of staff members. If some staff members have chosen to cherry-pick what sections should get updated, then perhaps some new blood in the staff-room is the way forward. Quite frankly, the attitude is quite sad. Nobody is bigger than BTTB, and if I was ever honoured enough to be made a staff member I would take the task on with pride. If I found it too time consuming or too thankless a job then I would resign and give somebody else a chance.
  7. Hello! Don't shoot me - this is just a simple question and not pressure, but will the episode summaries be resuming, i.e. the official ones, not JosieTash's ones? As I don't always catch the show any more I was relying on these to keep me updated. Many thanks.
  8. Thanks Dan! Such a shame the boat got smashed up, after all it symbolised and all the work Tony did on it.
  9. ^ Phew! Thanks Foxy. This thread was being dragged down. I won't comment on the half truths in the above poster's comments about me, as I would much rather move on now, and get back on topic.
  10. That was one of the places I'd always thought as a possibility - but with them mainly using West Head for Stewarts Point over the years, where you can see the lighthouse in the distance, it pretty much put pay to that one. As much as I love West Head, you do have to question how it's within walking distance for the residents of the bay when it's the other side of Pittwater Was Belle and Aden's wedding on "Stewart's Point"?
  11. I watched Friday's episode after reading your thoughts here, and I have to agree - putting Martha on easily recognisable Pittwater side of Palm Beach and expecting us to believe it was Stewart's Point is frankly an insult to long-term viewers.
  12. What a horrible, condescending post. Having a different of opinion does not give anyone the right to belittle somebody elses. Carwary, you are fully entitled to see the characters how YOU see them, and BTW I agree 100% with your viewpoint.
  13. I watched it with the sound down so missed that bit. It's probably just Charlie's messed up knee-jerk reaction thinking that she has to make up to Angelo for lost time. The poor girl really needs to learn some balance, but I'm hopeful that will come. She's new to proper normal relationships so she's still finding her way I guess.
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