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    Re: Any gamers here?

    The gamecube _does_ have Rogue Squadron II and II, which are still two of my favourite Star Wars games to date.

    If you pick up an old Nintendo Wii (with the gamecube ports) you can play them in...
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    Re: Any gamers here?

    Yup, been gaming at home since 78 with the Atari VCS, which I still have.

    I still enjoy retro gaming and also modern consoles, my modern console love started with the PlayStation and i've bought...
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    Re: Usborne Book to Re-Issue 70s Ghost Book.

    Do you still have the reocrd that came with the first one? That thing was scary as hell to me as a kid.

    Artur C Clarke. what a great show that was! :)
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    Re: Usborne Book to Re-Issue 70s Ghost Book.

    I bought a few of these as a kid, the first came with that floppy plastic record of "voices from the grave". We listened to that round my mate's house (same one i mentioned earlier) and none of us...
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    Re: Usborne Book to Re-Issue 70s Ghost Book.

    Loved those kind of books as a kid, always got them out from the library and would read them with my mate who was also madly into ghosts and the supernatural (unfortunately he died years ago).
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    Re: The Krypton Factor

    Loved the Krypton Factor, that was an awesome description of the show and took me right back! :)
  7. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    Not forgetting he was also in Empire Strikes Back and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. In the mid 90s I saw him in a WH Smiths where he was signing his autobiography (Memoirs of a Bum Actor),...
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    Re: My best football boots.....

    I don't remember the brand but the boots I had for rugby (high ankle jobs) were uncomfy as hell, didn't help that I had an ingrowing toenail for a good part of the 4th year (made rugby matches...
  9. Thread: nike jackets

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    Re: nike jackets

    Luckily our school uniform didn't have blazers, just jumpers/cardigans so I wore this beauty every day, even in cold winters where i'd be freezing but stylish. ;)
  10. Thread: Toy story 4

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    Re: Toy story 4

    Took my eldest to see this the other week, our first movie together (he's just turned 4) and he loved it. I thought it was a film they could have done without making but did what it did well. An...
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    Re: 8 days to the moon

    I recorded some Moon landing shows off TV the other day, haven't had a chance to watch them though.

    I also have a PSVR experience called "Apollo 11" which is a condensed version of their flight,...
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    Re: English Villages

    Where I grew up, we all knew the local shops are as "the Village" it wasn't an official title or a traditional looking village like the ones in the photos above. It had a Post Office, a pub, heaps of...
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    Re: The Crying Boy painting

    I guess the connection wasn't made between the 50s and the 80s because there wasn't really the type of TV shows that indulged in those kind of stories?

    I saw a pair of these at the market the...
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    Re: School Punishment

    I was in the Rugby team but i don't think that got me any slack, a few guys would pretend they "forgot" to put their tie back on after PE and would use that excuse if caught.

    Our ties would also...
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    Re: School Punishment

    One of our PE teachers had odd methods:

    For being naughty during the lesson, he'd make you hang from the wall bars with your legs out at 90 degrees for as long as you could.

    At the end of...
  16. Re: Help Identify 80s TV Flashback to childhood series

    Tom's Midnight Garden?
  17. Thread: Churches

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    Re: Churches

    My parents (well my mum, she was the churchie, my dad was a geezer from the East End) made us go to church on Sundays as a kid. At first we went to "Sunday School" where we'd have to learn bible...
  18. Re: Need help finding army toy cars I remember as a kid

    Micro Machines Military?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CCS5qyJA3M
  19. Thread: hi all

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    Re: hi all

    Greetings!
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    Re: Heatwaves and Hot Summers

    Despite the fact your forecast temperatures this week are the same as our winter ones it doesn't stop me feeling very hot when i'm back there in summer.
  21. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    She used to say "why do you hate me Rowlaaaaaand", which was the exact phrase we kept saying to the poor ******* when we saw him at a petrol station on the way home from The Ministry of Sound once in...
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    Re: Good Morning Everyone, i知 new!

    Welcome rentaghost!
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    Re: Would I Lie To You

    I'm grateful we now get both WILTY and 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown here in Australia on terrestrial TV.

    Two of my favourite shows which bring a touch of home to me each week. I just wish we...
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    Re: Long distance radio stations picked up

    I had a big long old wooden radio as a kid that i'd got from somewhere, it was old then and had a facia of buttons and the channel thingy which all lit up when used. I used to plug it in under my bed...
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    Re: Mexican jumping beans

    I remember there being a craze at Junior School (so 70s) of "Mexican Jumping Beans", which were basically just capsules (like the tablet ones) with a ball bearing inside.
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