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|Oh ye of little faith|
at 16:44 2 Mar 2019
Mills and [even] Brenner have been saying we could still do this.
at 00:02 1 Mar 2019
I never saw it but noticed a few of you lot talking about it before.
I've seen the follow-up being advertised recently and that the first series of '83 is about to be repeated on More 4, (in about 10 minutes time but will be available on catch-up).
Worth a look ja?
|Story Of Skinhead|
at 22:32 18 Feb 2019
BBC 4 now.
Accompanying music coming up hopefully?
at 13:28 10 Feb 2019
at 16:33 26 Jan 2019
Is it possible?
Pleased for him either way.
at 06:13 20 Jan 2019
Still a bit good isn't he.
at 16:18 1 Jan 2019
|Old Grey Whistle Test|
at 00:00 30 Dec 2018
Was worth a look tonight.
70s for anyone interested: Jam, Talking Heads, Specials, Blondie, bit of Marley et al.
I would've posted but only realised half way through myself.
One for iplayer later. BBC4.
|Latest email |
at 19:01 4 Dec 2018
I quite like the audacity of this one:
"Our records show that you are not up-to-date with your vehicle tax.JZmwR6vZHi?
This is a reminder (V11) and a ‘last chance’ warning letter from us.JZmwR6vZHi?
Tax your car, motorcycle or other vehicle today to avoid unpleasant consequences.
You must tax your vehicle even if you don’t have to pay anything, for example if you’re exempt because you’re disabled.JZmwR6vZHi?"
They're gonna send the boys round.
|US based posters|
at 22:31 15 Nov 2018
Which phrase do you hear the most there?
Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays?
I know this gets brought up each year, (apparently), but I have reasons to enquire.
In all my time it has seemed to be predominately Happy Hols from Americans and Canadians I've known, including on any greeting cards they've sent.
Is this strictly down to the beliefs of the individual, a cultural thing, or even a habit that may change from state to state?
Even on TV shows over the years Happy Hols seems to be the most common phrase used.
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