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One tipsy chap versus the great unwashed.
at 19:51 16 Jul 2017



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The Betrayed Girls
at 14:55 4 Jul 2017

Swirling tumbleweed and complete silence coming from Labour supporters after last night's BBC documentary then? There's a surprise....
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The foundering of the Prince Ivanhoe off Port Eynon.
at 11:46 18 Jun 2017

Anybody else on here remember that, anybody else down there on the day? Myself and a few friends were on the beach helping people ashore, I was talking to one of those old friends yesterday and he reminded me of it, it's hard to believe it was thirty six years ago.

Thirty six years! You blink and they're gone....



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The standard of political discourse from another era...
at 16:02 13 Jun 2017

If you have the time and inclination I'd invite you to sit down and listen to this and compare it with the shallow sloganeering that passes for debate today.

Michael Foot vs Enoch Powell with Robin Day mediating. Kick back and enjoy genuine artisans.

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So then, what date's the next General Election?
at 12:22 9 Jun 2017

I'll go with October. Any advance on that?
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Three cheers for the Daily Mail..
at 13:28 7 Jun 2017

One day to go...

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In other news...
at 18:07 30 May 2017

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You put your left leg in, left leg out....New, New Labour in a nutshell
at 13:00 25 May 2017

This tiny little fella' doesn't know if he's coming or going. How can you pronounce, and I'm quoting directly here, " the violence of the IRA was despicable, disgusting; they bombed and maimed innocent men, women and children and there is no defence for any support for the IRA whatsoever..." then, within days, go on to mount this platform?



One face for display to working men who's votes they covet but another altogether behind closed doors amidst the soiled and sullied of their own stripe?
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A present for you, Trampie...
at 17:53 12 May 2017

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The degeneration of The Labour Party
at 15:07 12 May 2017

If you have the time and inclination I would invite you to witness political evolution reversed...





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A treat to all of you who were kids in the '70s
at 20:20 3 May 2017

The man himself....



http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b076nqjb/storyville-being-evel-knievel
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For all you Commies, Pinkos and Corbynistas on here...
at 22:12 2 May 2017

I was in the Oxfam bookshop on Castle Street today and they are selling off a mass of Left Book Club editions and related titles for £1 a pop. There are three big boxes of the stuff near the door as you go in.

I shouldn't really be encouraging this sort of delinquency, I know, but if you want to sit in a gaol cell with Gramsci or believe old Karl when he tells you that "physical pain is the antidote" then get down there and fill your shelves.
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Jodie Marie Warlow from Narberth
at 14:56 2 May 2017

I bang the drum occasionally for this girl, post the odd song trying to get more folk to notice her. She warrants it.

Skip forward to 0:50 for a smoky little self-penned tune that wouldn't be out of place on the soundtrack to Boardwalk Empire.


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Adnams Ghost Ship
at 21:56 19 Apr 2017

Bloody good stuff this, if you haven't tried it yet...

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Ray Wylie Hubbard - a master at work.
at 10:42 29 Mar 2017

Fckin' great!





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Wild Ireland: The Edge of the World
at 10:38 29 Mar 2017

After so many posts on here centering on a minuscule assemblage of lunatics it's high time Ireland was painted in her true, positive light.

If you missed this, or fancy watching it again, here you go... The cinematography is just staggering!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08kg3cg/wild-ireland-the-edge-of-the-world
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Book recommendation for you all.
at 10:22 10 Mar 2017

A story of a life and apprenticeship as hard as it gets, of a man with the heart of a lion. You don't even have to be a fan of boxing to get something out of this it's just a tremendously inspiring tale of an epochal night in New York in 1937 and of how a rank underdog doesn't have to win to emerge victorious. Glorious stuff.



I gave them a good go, didn't I?
Tommy Farr
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Apologies to site members
at 17:15 8 Mar 2017

It seems my boundless capacity for saying daft things and my woeful lack of circumspection has caused this site embarrassment. It wasn't my intent to offend so many people as spectacularly as I appear to have done. It's my curse to have been saddled with a lack of foresight, I seem doomed to leap before looking in all possible ways. Recidivistic daftness on my part.

Sorry folks.
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FAO Warwick: signed to Stax, what do you reckon?
at 15:24 28 Feb 2017

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Umpteenth note to self...
at 11:00 12 Feb 2017

When you come home paralytic go straight to bed, don't go within twenty yards of a keyboard.

If I offended anybody, and I was probably trying to, it wasn't entirely my fault. Jim Beam has his share of the blame. Apologies from a faceless stranger don't really mean a lot but I'll extend them anyway.
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