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|Old Ipswich Town programmes at auction Monday |
at 13:13 13 Oct 2019
Lot 361 Clarke and Simpson Auctions Campsea Ashe, Monday.
Big box of old Town programs, some 1950s/60s.
Current bid £38.
Anyway, good luck if you bid...(don’t belong to me, just thought all should know)
|Lambda (oxygen) sensor on a car|
at 18:21 11 Oct 2019
Depends on make of car. The other day I saw a guy with an Aston Martin get quoted £1000 for a sensor. Some would be £50 all in. They will probably put it on their laptop to clear any codes too. £130 isn’t over the top, but never ever go to a main dealership unless absolutely necessary. I am sure if you are a regular with your chosen garage, then there shouldn’t be any issues.
|What is the roughest part of Ipswich? (n/t)|
at 06:15 10 Oct 2019
As a teen in the mid 80s, it was...and in reverse order.
3. Whitton Estate
2. Chantry.....bird names roads, (Kings, Kingfisher pub had bad rep, there was a nasty stabbing there in the mid 80s) the flowery name roads, not quite as bad. Nice girls from Chantry.😜
1. The dubious honour goes to.......
Queensway area, Nacton estate, thankfully I had good mates round there, so I was cool with the local lads.
Special mention to Selkirk and Renfrew Road areas of Rushmere estate.
Couldn’t tell you today the roughest part. Whitton has a better image. I would guess Jubilee Park area has bad, bad problems. Glad I don’t live in Ipswich now.
at 14:18 8 Oct 2019
My missus and I take a one night decent B and B in Yarmouth every year for a glorified p*** up and a good laugh, but must admit its going seriously downhill, not that it was brilliant to start with, but its not the same as it once was.Its now so run down. Even when we go in mid summer it can be depressing.
at 19:19 30 Sep 2019
About Norfolk showed the goals and something about ME getting his mug shot in with fans. Unfortunately my missus found a spider which halted my viewing. I won’t watch White on the BBC Look Norfolk.
|Food shortages with a no deal brexit|
at 07:44 25 Sep 2019
While everyone has been contemplating Brexit, I have been stockpiling food. Cupboard and long shelf life stuff. Tinned hot dogs, beans, I purchased an extra freezer and filled that up too. I will eat like a king, get obese, while the rest of the country will be flapping around in Waitrose, fighting over the last loaf of bread.
|KVY and The Wolf|
at 14:14 23 Sep 2019
They will be Championship next season and Premier League the season after.....
at 12:24 23 Sep 2019
Does it still live at Ringshall Stocks or has it moved?
|Yelling The C-Bomb|
at 18:48 22 Sep 2019
You go to a match you expect to hear it. Goes with the territory. As for grassing who it was, tell the club the seat number, well that’s worse than the swearing.
No one likes grasses or snitches. Trust me there.
|Lots of nippers going past the office on the way to the climate protest|
at 16:56 20 Sep 2019
I’m off to stick another tank full in my BMW 325....then I will give it the beans.
Let’s face it in 25 years I’ll have my own decent vineyard, creating fine wines. Get a decent tan, no need to go abroad.
Couldn’t give a toss about climate change. Brutal, but honest.
at 14:07 17 Sep 2019
Miserable load of old farts, 2-0 Town and top of the league
#100 points #100 goals
|Best Suffolk Area/Village to live in|
at 14:55 12 Sep 2019
Stradbroke....well I was there 2000-2003, nice village then. Fish and Chip shop was good (not there now), Queen Head Pub I used regularly, but that's gone too now. I drove through it last week and the guy is still there standing on the corner of Queens Street. Unreal.
|Best Suffolk Area/Village to live in|
at 14:24 12 Sep 2019
North Suffolk...I live near Eye, its beautiful here. Good schools, amenities, lovely village pubs in the locality. I have lived in Ipswich, Stradbroke and Chichester, but Eye is the best.
|Rubbish joke Thursday anyone?|
at 13:04 12 Sep 2019
Sometimes I wonder what my grandfather would think of what I do; he spent his whole life in the kebab business, was buried with all his equipment. Probably turning in his grave.
Most of my relatives are police marksmen, apart from my granddad who was a bank robber. He died recently, surrounded by his family
Credit Milton Jones.
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