Frank

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  1. May not be as bad as you think Rob http://www.snopes.com/computer/virus/postcard.asp
  2. I thought that this little ditty might be of interest to some of our cricket loving members....enjoy. http://www.wisdombay.com/downs/LiveCricket.php
  3. Blakes 7 Anyone remember a film called Tobor the Robot? (an old black and white jobby)
  4. Did that fall out of the cracker at your Christmas Party Den?
  5. Paul henry, who played 'Benny' in Crossroads was a respected Shakespearean actor. The genius was in playing 'Benny'
  6. We used to go to the Capitol on Nuthall road - Flash Gordon.....Wwhoohaaaaa And sing along to I'm a Pink Toothbrush, I'm a Blue Toothbrush at the Gaumont. Trick shop after (Sign of 4) then into the Co-op on Parliament Street to drop the stink bombs down the staircase...he he
  7. Great memories there Bamber....thanks
  8. Was your meeting in the Sainbury's car park Pete? Sorry,...just feeling in a devilish mood...
  9. Frank

    druggies

    There is a third option John, which, in my opinion, would cut crime instantly and rid us of the drug taking fraternity for ever. Open drug centres where the drug users can go and inject whatever amount of 'tipple' they wish for and for as long as they wish, all for free. This will instantly stop them having to steal, mug or burgle helpless law abiding citizens for their hard earned possessions, will alleviate the courts from having to spend so much time dealing with the low level criminal offenders, free up prison cell occupation and will increase business for the Undertakers in our community. It will also put the drug dealers out of business. Give it to 'um big time....it's what they crave. The savings to the insurance industry, police time, court time, prison costs etc, far outweigh the cost in drugs. That's wot I say......
  10. Paul Henry, Meg Richardson, Richard Chamberlain, Jacqueline Pearce, Richard Bradford, John Pertwee, to name a few.....
  11. No good for Tich then..... Ouch... I can feel the hand round me tab now
  12. Am i right in thinking that there was also a camera stall/shop in the Victoria Market? - part of the London camera Exchange?
  13. Passed the PELHAM tonight and it was full of lights inside. Don't know what is happening yet but it looks like the builders are in.
  14. That's the one, Thanks Rob
  15. Certainly are Eric. They also took over / bought out the scooter seller on Radford Road (can't remember the name) a number of years ago. Bought my Lambretta175 from there many moons ago
  16. Ayup Den Nice to see you back from your jaunt into the sunnier climes. Did you manage to spend part of your recent good fortune on the local Spanish lasses?
  17. I bought my first SLR from Dixons - a Chinon - which gave me heaps of decent pictures and a good learning curve into SLR's. I used to buy my films from the shop on Pelham Street, can't remember it's name, but upstairs, they used to keep the film in a tall glass fronted fridge. If I remember right, the shop was opposite the Bodega, later to become a denim jeans shop, then something else, but who knows,? I stopped going up there when the photo shop closed (unless Mrs frank dragged me down town!) I used to like the Ilford Iso 25 B&W and also the C61 slide film when I developed my own negs. Had a little dark room at the back of the garage and I think the B&W kit is still in the attic. I used to send my films off to a company in Liverpool, Max Spielman, great pictures at reasonable prices. The string of shops they opened later didn't seem to do well. Moved onto a Canon SLR but ended up preferring NIkon. Currently hanging my nose over going full frame DSLR - a D3. Keeping up with the times, I now prefer digital over film because you can shoot lots of frames, can see the results instantly without having to wait for the postman to bring that little envelopes with 36 prints (of which 30 could be crap) and you can manipulate the files in Photoshop or other software to your hearts content. At the end of the day though, a good photo is all down to being in the right place, at the right time, with the right light and a decent camera.
  18. Are you thinking of PIDCOCK motorcycle shops by any chance Eric?
  19. Heard today that the White Swan in Basford closed it's doors for the last time on Saturday. Word is that it is going to be converted into some sort of Restaurant with lettable flats above. Time will tell. And one for Pete
  20. Well, I must say that I'm surprised at that mate. Seeing you on Friday, I thought that you had lost a little. Weight loss or not, you did look well. The little ones certainly were a joy as well.
  21. Best get yersen one of them 'Gell Seats' then gal
  22. Blakes 7 and the original Star Trek. Or were they in the 70's?....mmmm can't remember - but I can remember that posh evil bird out of Blakes 7...nice....
  23. Correct. Not a bad pint in there when we camped at York last year. Did you google it? Well done Denshaw.
  24. This one isn't closing down...... Anyone care to guess where it is (not in Nottingham)
  25. Now that;s what I call a BUMP......5 YEARS