TGC

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TGC last won the day on March 6 2014

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  • Birthday 08/28/1947

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  1. Oh I remember them indeed, always evoked happy memories seeing these photos. TTFN.
  2. I walked (or rather hobbled) though the Meadows the other week - and the original doorway to the washhouse is still there with a plaque on it now. The the entrance to the baths is still there too! Took me back still being able to get me bearings from a few remaining bits. Gawd I miss the old Meadows.
  3. I never ask for chocolate because it's bad for you teggies and I have a will of steel! I might ask for Kit-Kat, Picnic, Milky Bar, Marathon, All Gold, Golf Bars, Aero Bar, After Eights, Bournville, Caramello Bar, Fudge, Flake, Smarties, Kinder Egg, Lion Bar, Milky Way, Munchies, Penguin Bar, Picnic, Time-Out, Toblerone, Topic Bar, Twirl, Twix or a Yorkie occasionally though... Cough cough...
  4. Fings ain't wot they used to be... apart frum no one has come forward to adopt me yet? I just can't understand it at all...
  5. Link to me new blogsite. https://tgc6266.wordpress.com/ Plenty of Nottingham stuff of course. Hope to keep in touch more, glad to be back. Sorry about missing the meet, but I dare not allow myself to be tempted by alcohol. TTFN all.
  6. Wot we need is more Tug Wilsons! I'll get me hat on...
  7. Thanks carni. say no more gal, I'll dedicate it Billy Dainty! Hehe.
  8. I had a dream last night abart me gettin' made redundant all over again... 'orrible it were! Woke up feelin' even more depressed than usual - but oh so glad it wont 'appenin' agen in reality! Poor twit!
  9. Well I wear long-johns in winter, am bald, and do have an arthritis imposed limp. Is that okay do you think?
  10. I have now come to terms with them taking away my licence - as I could no longer afford a car anyway, and a good little walk regularly (they tell me) is good fer keeping me new ticker goin'. I often see folk queueing and going around and around at the QMC on me weekly visits fer me NRI tests - and recall how this used to frustrate me so when I had transport - so I do feel sorry for those drivers and passengers. So. if any of you see me hobbling into the QMC (usually on a Tuesday), I carry some nibbles with me fer the nurses, so stop me and get one to eat while yer tryin' to find somewhere to
  11. I've noticed an extraordinary amount of young folk who I see shaking their leg when sitting down?
  12. Expert? Me? No! I vehemently deny it! Hehehe. Computers, along with deep water and women, don't half scare me!
  13. The True Tale of Woe: A story of one Nottingham man's (Using the term loosely) utter failure, depression, frustration, and poverty, starting in August 1947 Chapter Ten: ‘The part-time Jobs’ Nearby where we lived (did I say lived?) there was a hardware store on Kirkwhite Street, Heason's was the name. Daddy very kindly got me a Saturday job with them, to help supplement my double paper round, and Grove light lighting jobs funds. I think I got paid 2/3d for a full nine hour day (11p). But it didn't last too long. Among my duties, was burning the weeks rubbish in the back yard, and deliverin
  14. 1) ORM - http://www.orm.net/ Object Role Modelling. Beyond me even after trying to read it? 2) ORM - Object-relational mapping in computer software is a programming technique for converting data between incompatible type systems in object-oriented programming languages. This creates, in effect, a "virtual object database" that can be used from within the programming language. There are both free and commercial packages available that perform object-relational mapping, although some programmers opt to create their own ORM tools. Well of course we all knew that.... Not the ORM referred to he