Readers will have noted that there have been fewer postings over the past two-three weeks.  This is not due, as Coup4.5 Editors would like to believe, to my diminished support for the Fiji Government's Roadmap (though I remain critical of several of their actions), or to Radio NZ International's time-consuming requests for my opinions to balance the opinions they frequently solicit from Coup 4.5. Long live freedom of the press!   The reason is far more mundane.  I have bursitis, an inflammation of the joints, caused in my case by spending too long at the computer, that makes it painful to lift my arms.  The cure involves avoiding repetitive actions.  With care and appropriate exercises I should be back to normal in a month or two.  Meanwhile, I must spend less time at the computer. Sorry.  You could help by sending me links and stories ready to publish. Vinaka.


yea yea said…
Nothing to be sorry about Croz. We all support your work even if we don't always agree.
Get well soon said…
All the best, Croz. Here's to a speedy recovery.
flyhalf said…
Hi Croz, Sorry to hear about your ailment. Get well!
Ram Sami said…
Sorry to hear about your medical problems !!

Get Well soon.
Gutter Press said…
Hope you recover soon, Crosbie.

Perhaps this is the time to find out if voice recognition technology is as good as it's made out to be.
Gunga din said…
Get well very soon. We are already missing your pithy posts
Daylight Saving 2011 said…

We cannot do without you. So,please, Get Well soon!

This is for you. It is a reflection on Daylight Saving just come in and at 6am not a bird is singing in the ghostly gloom.


0, What can ail thee, knight at arms,
Alone and palely loitering;
The sedge has withered from the lake
And no birds sing.

I saw pale kings and princes too,
Pale warriors, death-pale were they all:
They cry'd - "La belle Dame sans Merci
Hath thee in thrall!"

(John Keats 1795 - 1821)

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