Come And Join The Real Time Chat

Posted on November 29, 2006 
Filed Under Blog News

After one or two people on the forum suggested a real-time chat, I’ve finally got around to installing one. I’m dubbing it the Cameron Jerome chat room since it’s there, it’s working but it’s not quite the finished article yet.

I’ve got one or two things to fix up and sort out but it’s very usable. I’ve tried to get it working for tonight’s game against Southampton and it is. For those who haven’t managed to get to St Mary’s tonight (Saints fans welcome) then stick BRMB on, log into the room and experience the game with some of your fellow ‘Noses.

You have to register (free) to use the chat room and you can do that by clicking here.

Hopefully it’ll become a regular feature of Joys & Sorrows.

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