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    Re: 30yrs Since Hillsborough.

    Hi George,

    Parky is'nt popular by any stretch of the word in Yorkshire and particular Barnsley regards un-savoury comments on the Football Team. To be honest yeah he's a great chat show host (or...
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    Re: 30yrs Since Hillsborough.

    You are right George - Hillsborough will always be known now in how you said - though of course it is etched into History because of how it was, but it was always known as a Semi-Final Ground for...
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    Re: 30yrs Since Hillsborough.

    It is un-believeable to me that it is 30 years Yesterday. Though then again though it's not - but I was one day shy of my 12th Birthday that day in April 1989, so it sticks in my mind like it was...
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    Re: The Britpop Bandwagon

    ** Sorry I put Pulp did Bittersweet Symphony and meant The Verve - if Heather or HG can alter it in my thread for me and see to this one

    Thanks v much

    80sChav
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    Re: The Britpop Bandwagon

    Probably as well as the Oasis Song Don't Look Back In anger being brought out - my other 3 main memories of the Brit-Pop era are:

    - The Lightening Seeds and 3 Lions in 96, when England had the...
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    Re: The Britpop Bandwagon

    A total out and out classic I heard earlier on today was East 17 and Gabrielle with "If You Ever"

    What a smoothie song this beauty was - probably made even better by the best male vocalist and...
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    Re: Don Amott - King of Caravans

    I thought that I had not seen this advert George, but beingt on the Borders of several TV Regions, I am thinking that "yeah that is how I saw/caught it on telly" while picking up other Regional...
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    Re: Polos or Shirts?

    True agreed Mulletino. I thought that I could not truley place the picture in my head (or it did;nt add up)

    Thanks for the Heads up!, here mate

    80sChav
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    Re: The Britpop Bandwagon

    All these were greats no doubts - basicaly there was too many to choose from I think and the "Gene" was so wide

    To me this is how the 60s music era must have felt!!

    80sChav
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    Re: Polos or Shirts?

    A Polo with Blazer (long sleeved or not for the Polo) oozes classi think and especialy the new type long sleeved ones that have been resurected and add a tie dune thin too an your talking I think...
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    Sticky: Re: Test/Message Area

    Hi Darren

    If you can either PM Me first mat, so can reply to you or if you can clear some PMs in your box thanks pal

    80sChav
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    Re: Polos or Shirts?

    I must admtt that I prefer "up" too Nuggy - it oozes class and rebelion and of course Eric Cantona!!

    80sChav
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    Re: Polos or Shirts?

    This/these are the new type Long Sleeve Polos Darren, that I recall having in the very early 90s mate


    80sChav

    Though some may call it a a Collared Jumper I dunno as areas descriptions vary...
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    Re: Polos or Shirts?

    No difference exists to be fair Darren mate par a Shirt has a less soft collar

    I must admit I am starting to love 9again) as with all other fashion comebacks these long sleeved Polos with about 6...
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    Re: Polos or Shirts?

    Has anyone seen the resurgance of those Long Sleeved polos with the little Green Logo on (not Fruit Of The Loom) but a similar brand

    Apparently they are really "in" and a few of my nephews -...
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    Re: Polos or Shirts?

    For some reason now I have changed my mind and accept/respect the Collar Out over Blazers ... I dunno why I said otherwise before to be fair lol

    80sChav
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    Re: Mod Revival

    Me neither at the time in the 80s par the tie thin but I have grown to admire the extremley short Shirt Collar look - like Michael Moon on EastEnders had that went with a skinny tie (made reverse...
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    Re: Maxpax drinks vending machines

    Tarue George - I recall my/our local Baths and getting Onion Ring Crisps and the likes from the Machine and that must be about 1984 (in terms of really really old type Swimming Baths)

    What a...
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    Re: Mod Revival

    I can not recall it Staffslad but I know of the film with the amazingly talented Phil Daniels in it (who I know more of as the irritating but iconcic Kevin Wicks) on EastEnders - Circa 2006-07-ish
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    Re: Maxpax drinks vending machines

    Great thread you've made here George mate - we had one at School .... though ia m unsure if it was a "Max" but it did all the works as you said and other stuff like Soup and Bovril and dilute Orange...
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    Re: Video v DVD - making the transition

    I have been there and "bought the T Shirt, and worn it" though not literally lol) , but had moderate sucess with this kind of idea about 6 to 8 years a-go from a Total wreck of a charity shop that...
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    Re: First Video recorder?

    It would definitley be a VHS no dounts at all on that level/score ..... but which/what Model/Make , I'm unsure what kind :cry: - though it sure was like a slim (for the late 80s)...
  23. Thread: In hindsight

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    Re: In hindsight

    How great .... what a find George here mate!


    On refkection thinking back now (as I have said I was quite a late fan interested in the worldof Football) 1985/86 is one of my earliest memories...
  24. Thread: In hindsight

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    Re: In hindsight

    We must be twins seperated at birth George - I have this memory too from in Art at School in either 1992 or 93 (or was it Art Club at Lunch possibly I'm thinking now)

    Anyway it was a dreary old...
  25. Thread: In hindsight

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    Re: In hindsight

    You raise some smashing points here George mate and make some great reflections. I feel some of these 2 from being fascinated by af ew years back as young kid in the 80s, I recall in 1986 going...
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