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show in east anglia

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Paul

show in east anglia

Post17 Mar 2017 18:22

Does the club go to any shows in and around East Anglia
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Keith Bennett

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Re: show in east anglia

Post18 Mar 2017 10:45

No Paul, as a club we don't "do" organised attendances but of course it's always nice when individual members decide to show the flag at their local shows.
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Re: show in east anglia

Post22 Mar 2017 13:49

I normaly take my A40 to about 7 shows in the area there are a few others at these but not many
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Re: show in east anglia

Post06 Apr 2017 14:28

I hope you are coming to our little event on 25th June Paul, as you only live around the corner.
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Re: show in east anglia

Post29 Apr 2017 19:44

I have put the June 25th do into the diary
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Re: show in east anglia

Post17 May 2017 07:29

I have put the June 25th do into the diary
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Re: show in east anglia

Post17 May 2017 10:32

What the heck does "Last bumped by Guest on 17 May 2017 08:29" mean??
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Re: show in east anglia

Post18 May 2017 07:33

Keith Bennett wrote:What the heck does "Last bumped by Guest on 17 May 2017 08:29" mean??


You had a good time Keith??
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Re: show in east anglia

Post18 May 2017 14:30

Oh come on, give me a break! Is it some phrase you youngsters use, of which this old fart is unaware??
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Re: show in east anglia

Post18 May 2017 20:19

Keith Bennett wrote:Oh come on, give me a break! Is it some phrase you youngsters use, of which this old fart is unaware??


Bring Up My Post. Slang for when someone posts content that you like, you give it a "bump." It's another way of giving someone a nod, or a thumbs up, or a 5-star rating. It originally meant "increment" (for example, C's ++ operator) but it is best known as a backronym for "Bring Up My Post!"
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