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  1. The Gas can only dream of corrugated iron compared to their canvas coverings
  2. I will listen to any podcasts with Colin Murray in them, good musical and sporting knowledge, even though i miss his Talksport show I fully support the reason he quit them, plus he has a great voice! :laugh:
  3. This is true, the 70s had that atmosphere that i miss, anticipating the next fight, drink, drugs and all round edginess :laugh:, old bugger now and bored i guess
  4. Alas, I moved away from Bristol in the early 80s, sometimes i wish i hadn't! Miss the old place like crazy
  5. Leather jacket but no studs for me :laugh:, I hated the "bike club" thing, prefer my independance, had plenty of friends in them so used to go visit their various clubhouses etc but all good , and agree, the joys of youth, miss those days!
  6. And the white neighbour was usually the loser at the end of the show too
  7. Agree, how could a song about racial harmony be offensive?! Maybe it was the reference about coffee coloured people, perhaps they thought it wasn't free trade coffee or something, God only knows nowadays
  8. Jitter, abuse word only used in Bristol i think as I've never heard it anywhere else :laugh:, i was once a long haired biker and was called this many a time when in town
  9. Could the people in Brighton be talking about another type of Johnson?
  10. I worked at the army base just up the road from Belsen, the old train station warehouse was still there and chillingly the cobbled road made by the inmates that led to the concentration camp. During a snowy day, work was called off so me and a friend decided to pay a visit to Belsen camp, it was staggeringly quiet, no birds could be heard, but the huge mounds all around you with the numbers of buried interred, unbelievable, a haunting place that was uncomfortable to see today so God knows what it was like for the soldiers liberating it, don't forget this was a work camp, not an extermination camp, horrendous place.
  11. Same here, not able to access the site until 10 minutes ago, not using a vpn either , i just thought that the aforementioned update was taking longer than expected!
  12. I still blame the Stones for me not seeing Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Stones were headlining Knebworth festival in 1976, i think, i didnt know who were supporting so i turned down tickets.To this day my mate tells me how great Skynyrd were, and i still regret that i never got to see them live with Ronnie. Btw i only walked out of 2 concerts, the Stones at Ashton Gate and Def Leppard at Colston Hall!
  13. :laugh:, I'm the same with the younger generation, I just happen to like all these musicians music even though I'm knocking on :laugh:
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