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  1. grouse

    Alexander patton

    Spoke to a friend last night who owns a copy, and I was mistaken. It's an AIM stamp not a daisy stamp issue that has the title on 2 lines. It is extremely rare. It's not Canadian.
  2. grouse

    Alexander patton

    Do the Canadian ones have a daisy stamp?
  3. grouse

    Alexander patton

    Actually there are originals with the title on two lines, they have a daisy stamp and are quite rare, the next bootleg guide should be amended to show this. There was a thread a few years ago which went into fine detail, but I can't find it.
  4. grouse

    Ebay Seller. Shady Practices.

    I think he possibly believes you have hijacked someones ebay account. I would be very suspicious of someone wanting stuff sent to a different address.
  5. Showing as sold out now.
  6. grouse

    Soul Source guide to record collecting.

    Just had a good look at this one from Dave Flynn's website, It's just about everything you need to know.
  7. grouse

    Soul Source guide to record collecting.

    http://45rpmrecords.com/date_monarch.php Alternative to above
  8. grouse

    Hosepipe Ban

    Carlisle used to get it's water from Castle Carrock Resevoir but now it also comes from boreholes and the River Eden. Most of Cumbria's rainwater goes to serve you Mancunian firestarters.
  9. grouse

    Keeping chickens

    We are currently babysitting 2 hens that belong to a friend. We used to have quite a few (36 at one time which is too many) They are quite easy to look after and I would say that 2-4 is a good number to produce eggs for yourself and friends. The best place to get them is your local egg farm, battery or barn as they are just a plain brown hen and are bred to be egg laying machines, the rare and exotic ones don't produce the same. Ask your local egg farm when they are next changing out their hens. They usually get them in at 6 months old and get rid of them at 18 months old after they are past their best. You can usually get them for free, or a couple of quid. They are in a right state when they come from the farms with bald patches and the battery ones can't even walk but within couple of weeks of getting them home they are good as new and will still produce an egg a day for the next few years. The hen ark in the pictures would be the right size for up to 4, Because they are not mine I only let them out supervised so they dont get killed by foxes or dogs or raptors, but I used to let my own out all the time as it means less wear on a particular bit of grass.
  10. grouse

    Songs That Use Same Arrangement /backing Track

    Rockmasters - Raining Teardrops - Romulus Sapphires - Who Do You Love - Swan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPMTdtaX5VQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHwQP6DgFwk Completely different writers credits so can't see the connection Can anyone remind me what the record with the same backing as Appreciations - She Never Really Loved Me - Sport is as it's driving me nuts trying to remember.
  11. grouse

    Poll: Overseas Weekenders?

    Not been to one yet, but quite fancy going to Mojacar.
  12. grouse

    best under priced record under 20 pound

    One of my current faves
  13. grouse

    Wigan DJ’s

    Danny Spiers and Barry Simpson both from Carlisle did several spots in both the main hall and Mr M's 78/79
  14. grouse

    Ryanair - No way to run an airline.

    Ryanair left us stranded in Lisbon earlier this year. When we arrived at the airport the flight was on the board as delayed, then at 10pm after 6 hours they changed 4 flights to cancelled. The Ryanair desk at Lisbon airport had a queue of over 400 people and the 2 girls at the desk were taking 5 minutes to process each person. They do this on purpose so people give up and just make their own arrangements. We ended up getting a train to Porto and flying back with EasyJet the next day. We got a refund for the cancelled flight but the EasyJet flight cost double that and it was 60 euros each for the train. I will never use Ryanair again. The sooner they go bust the better.


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