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Greedy Mick

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    Mick
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    leicester
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    The Professionals-that's why i love you

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  1. I have never been to Normandy so I'm really jealous. Hopefully I will go one day and will be able to lay a tribute to all those who fell in their prime.
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  2. My father was very lucky he was made deaf in one ear from enemy mortar fire. Which he used to his benefit as when my mum was giving him an earful he used to put a finger in his good ear and just replied yes dear which still makes me smile lol
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  3. In remembrance of all the men and women who took part in operation overlord I think it would be a good idea if any of us who had relatives who took part could share their stories and memories. Both of those who came home but more importantly to the memories of those who gave everything and never returned home. The photo below is of my father Fred Welsh and it was taken in May 1944 when he was in his early twenties. He was a military policeman and he assigned to land on the 2nd day of D-Day in Normandy. I can only give some details as unless he was very drunk he would never talk about what he had seen and taken part in.. This is what I know. He landed at Arramanche in Normandy at dawn on june 7th 1944 which was Gold beach and although the beach was taken they were still under sniper fire as they disembarked from their landings crafts. And one of the first things he saw was rows of soldiers laid out in lines and his initial thoughts were that they were sleeping. Then he realised that they were the dead waiting to be repatriated and the reality sunk in. I know that because of being a military policeman he was assigned alongside the 101st airbourne and followed them through France and the battle of the bulge and he ended up guarding Belsen Bergen concentration camp after it was liberated. I along with all my family are immensely proud of my Dad and not a day goes by without thinking about him since he passed away when he was 90. If anyone is interested I can share a few stories but I only know little bits. So I think it would be humbling anyone else has relatives who took part in the D-Day landings and would like to share their experiences so we can thank them with our thoughts and prayers Many thanks Mick
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  4. Hi I am guilty of replying. I placed a want a couple of weeks ago and had 2 replies. But in the meantime I got the date for my surgery so I messaged them both to apologise for not wanting the record. It's only good manners especially as someone took time out to message me
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  5. Both my son kevin and i are shocked and saddened by this very sad news. Someone else who has gone way too early. I loved the way he had time for all the young newcomers my son included. Peace be with you Winnie and with all of your family and close friends. Kevin and Mick
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  6. Hi after one of these please . Issue or demo at least vg. Pm me with price and condition. Just cause I'm looking for one doesn't mean I want to pay over the odds. Thanks Mick
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  7. Happy Birthday. Don't spend all your birthday money on records, you have enough Best wishes Mick & Kevin
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  8. Happy birthday. Have a lovely day Mick
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  9. Many thanks. I only ever buy records I like and I would never play anything I wouldn't dance to myself, so I can sort of say I'm playing from my soul. Excuse the bad joke im sat here bored as I broke 2 ribs earlier and I can't do anything lol
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  10. I have only ever done a few spots normally after my son has arranged it without me knowing. At rugby in Sept I started with Bobby valentine use it before you lose it Harvey Laverne dozen never learned to dance Constellations I didn't know how And later in the spot I played Mac Staten there she goes then the ojays working on your case which kept people dancing so it goes to show cheaper records can be just as good. But I didn't plan what to play just watched the 1st 2 dis to see what people danced to.
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  11. Hi has anyone got one for sale. Want it for a Christmas present for my son. Please pm me with price and condition
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  12. Just wondering if anyone has ever started with these for a joke Jimmy radcliffe Toby legend Dean parish
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  13. The ojays for me. Just
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  14. Sorted
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  15. Hi im looking for a copy of the checkers lack of love on look. Please pm me with condition and price
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