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    I Was Reading This Book....

    The book thread disappeared when its owner left the site so  thought I'd start another. Haven't read any Len Deighton for a while so started again on his spy trilogy. First one is Berlin Game. Terrific, I like it better than John Le Carre.

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    282 Replies · Reply by Kai 12 minutes ago

    Paul McCartney & The Occult

    Saw this and initially I laughed. No, I don't think McCartney is dead as the doc suggests. However the evidence for hidden messages within the records and symbolism in Beatles record sleeves seems to have some merit. I'm left wondering how many 60's…

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    9 Replies · Reply by Kai 17 minutes ago

    Amazing B sides

    Over the past few years I have started to collect some fantastic vinyl 45s again. Some have been bought from car boot sales for next to nothing and others I have paid a few quid for, although to be honest I have not paid more than £12 yet. I already…

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    573 Replies · Reply by Paddy McGonigle 49 minutes ago

    What I bought today...

    Just thought that I'd start this topic as nobody has [bothered?] to start it yet! I was in one of my local charity shops today and bought these women's basket-weave, tassel loafers for only $8.50 AUD! Absolutely brill, to say the least! ;-) Now I…

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    4996 Replies · Reply by Kai 53 minutes ago

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    Kai replied to frames's item I Was Reading This Book....
    "This one arrived today; will start on it asap. Into her records more than ever at the moment."
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    Kai replied to Motown's item Paul McCartney & The Occult
    "Lennon actually said they were more popular than Jesus at that moment with teenagers, which was absolutely true of course. McCartney saw the practical side when he stated that when the Americans proceeded to burn Beatles records, they would have to…"
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    Paddy McGonigle replied to Chris Cameron's item Amazing B sides
    "A nice tune that YM as  discussed on Saturday night during your numerous trips outside ;-) I could only find a video with both sides on!"
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    Kai replied to Mod Goddess's item What I bought today...
    "Haha, ok, you caught me out, Thull, I admit I do already have one or two jackets in the wardrobe...:-)"
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    Motown replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
    "Thank you chaps, its always appreciated :-)"
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    Kai replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
    "Motown, simply flawless, as usual! Top Face! (...and even the weed is gone by now, haha!)"
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    Chris Cameron replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
    "Neat as per Motown, really nice colour of jacket."
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    THULL replied to Mod Goddess's item What I bought today...
    "Just joking. I know you have A LOT of top ones. Envious!"
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    Young Meteor replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
    "Smart as usual, M."
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    Derek Gardner replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
    "Motown, very nice, but then you knew I would like that,
    btw the brickwork needs some more pointing !"
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    Young Meteor replied to Chris Cameron's item Amazing B sides
    "It's a bit of a dancefloor shuffler. The latest addition to my collection."
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    Motown replied to Chris Cameron's item Amazing B sides
    "Like that YM"
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    Chris Cameron replied to Chris Cameron's item Amazing B sides
    "Its a not bad wee instrumental YM, not sure when it came out but it has a late 50s feel to it."
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    The famous Brighton seafront. The pier resplendent in the August bank holiday sunshine. Waves crash onto the pebbles, failing to drown out the cries of anger and fear coming from further up the beach. Holidaymakers and families with young children hurry to escape two groups of young men, both dressed distinctively, hurling deckchairs and punches in each other’s direction. The police arrive, and the majority of the offenders are bundled into vans as peace is restored.

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