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TDYER63 last won the day on November 19 2018

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  1. πŸ˜‚ All I can think of is George Dawes .
  2. 😁 They are made of cheap paper, not silk pocket squares.
  3. Flute πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ This is a near impossible question. As others have said , the answer will change every day. Off the top of my head: 40s - no idea, even I am not old enough for that. 50’s - Nina Simone , My Baby Just Cares For Me 60’s - Foundations , Build Me Up Buttercup 70’s - David Bowie, Life On Mars 80’s - Billy Joel, Goodnight Saigon 90’s - Pulp , Babies
  4. Completely agree Exile. I can only use personal experience but where i work colleagues come from Bathgate, Ayrshire, Clydebank, Loch Lomond, Bearsden, Coatbridge. They are using different lines and it is very rare for anyone to be late due to trains running late or cancellations. I am not saying there are none, but folk are so impatient these days they will moan about anything. They could of course do with finding the culprit who keeps leaving dirty hankies on their seats.
  5. That example is only the tip of the iceberg. I could dedicate a 10 page thread to her list of complaints, they are so ridiculous it is actually funny. But she is my friend as well a colleague and is a kind person when she isnt spending her time moaning . She eventually got the company that maintains the machine. They emailed her today and told her to go down to the 5th floor of the building we are in where they have a cafe , and they would replace the kitkat. We are on the 7th floor πŸ™„ She spent all that time on a kitkat that cost 85p but has bought sofas on 3 different occasions from those wee magazines you get in the junk mail , and has had to give them all away free after a few weeks as they weren't comfortable and no-one would buy them.
  6. My colleague spent 1/2 hr on the phone yesterday trying to find the company who maintain the vending machine to complain cos the kitkat she got was melted. There are professional moaners everywhere.
  7. Might be worse if it was your big cousin Eddie πŸ™‚
  8. TDYER63

    The Mighty Rangers

    😬 it was supposed to be posted in β€˜anything goes’ but I havent a clue how to quote multiple posts on a phone πŸ™„ I will be getting told off for straying into the mens section .
  9. TDYER63

    The Mighty Rangers

    πŸ˜• That would be one unlucky Canadian ref .
  10. As an aside, thought Eddi Reader came across as very, very likeable.
  11. πŸ˜‚ Once again I have managed to watch a series in reverse order without realising it. I sat down last night to watch β€˜part 2’. Hit β€˜resume play’ on iplayer and watched 5-10 mins of him in the artic before realising Scotland was nowhere to be seen. I had actually watched part 2 the previous night and this was a completely different programme they had tagged on. Sorry for spoiling the suspense πŸ™„ Part 1 was great too when I eventually found it....
  12. Wow, Underbelly. Thats a blast from the past. I remember it being really good, even though i cant remember a thing about it. πŸ™„ I would need to start at the beginning again. On a different subject I watched a documentary on BBC 4 the other night about the Waco Siege/disaster. I cannot believe I dont remember a thing about it even though it only took place in 1993. None of the commune survivors come across as completely sane, though the FBI did not shower themselves in glory either. One guy in particular, Jim McGee , sounded an insensitive bastard. A 6 part series comes out later this month but I am not sure what it will provide that the documentary doesnt. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/amp.timeinc.net/time/5115201/waco-siege-standoff-fbi-david-koresh
  13. I have seen him a few times live, none recently. One occasion was when I lived in Jersey in the mid 80’s, there was no age restriction on the gig and swearing was banned. He was hilarious, which does confirm that whilst funny when used at the right time, swearing is unnecessary if the content and delivery is good. Watched the first part of the Made in Scotland programme last night. Really enjoyed it. Rothesay was pretty nostalgic.
  14. Never mind. Alls well that ends well. Apart from your mums friend of course 😒 I am pretty sure you recognised a Quebecian sausage roll at the wake.