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Thursday, 14 October 2010

The Early Days


I guess Rowan will remember this, June 1972 when the country was full of old rigids that nobody wanted and even fewer had the foresight to hoard away. Bits were still bloody expensive though, for an 18 year old apprentice on not a lot and sixpence a week.


3 comments:

  1. Nice Ad, you had it good Quaffie. We were living in a cardboard box!
    £6.50 a week.

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  2. you lucky bastards we had to live in a.... oh you all know the rest !!

    as it happens QM i knew PB but not when he was in Pease Pottage, i was only down the road from him... them were't days them were laddie

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  3. I remember this!! Fook me I was 16 at the time...and yet it doesn't seem that long ago...

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