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Mr Bloke

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  1. I knew we could rely on our resident bird fancier...
  2. Hmmm... I suppose they could be Mr Padders... ... that type are known to spend their time on the street! I think I remember someone saying that Mr Hackey is a bit of a pigeon fancier, so I'm sure he'll be along to correct you if you're wrong! In the meantime... ... is anyone going to have a guess at where Spot and Ghost spent their day out together?
  3. Hmmm... While the BBC is publically funded, it will (like most publically funded organisations) continue to waste money through poor budgetary controls and management. A good example of the difference between an organisation that has to justify its costs (through advertising and good management) and one where they think they can just demand more funding from the public, is the cost of the new sets for the ITV and BBC soap operas. While ITV spent £10m on the new set for Coronation Street https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/6099280/coronation-street-new-set-itv-10m-open-public-may/ the BBC managed to spend a whopping £87m on their new EastEnders set, having now gone £27m over budget! https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-46521700 Can any viewers tell the difference in value for money on screen?
  4. Spot and his mate Ghost, having a day out...
  5. Hmmm... Well spot(ted)! I thought it could be a shadow at first, or maybe a 'ghost' pigeon... ... but this angle proves that 'Spot' has a mate!
  6. Hmmm... I've only 'borrowed' these images from Mr Google though Mr Padders, so I can't claim any credit for any of them... ... other than the ability to take a decent screenshot on Google Maps!
  7. I thought someone might recognise it... ... and it's still there!
  8. Correct, Mr Hackey! But if you're looking for Sir Alex... ... he's probably gone inside with Mr Padders!
  9. Thanks everyone! Once again the number of entries was disappointing - can no-one be bothered to make the effort anymore? What's happenened to all those talented people who used to enjoy entering and made the Christmas Logo Competition something a lot of us used to look forward to? I'm sure they can't all have been scared off by a few Christmas baubles! So, if it's decided that the Christmas Logo Competition returns again next year (and I hope it's one forum 'tradition' that we can keep going), then there's little excuse for any of you for not entering... ... you've all now got a full 12 months to come up with your ideas to knock 'The Baubles' off the top of the Christmas tree!
  10. Hmmm... I suppose that would depend on if they each bring a bottle... ... or if they bring one between them?
  11. Hello everyone! Well, as much as 'The Baubles' have enjoyed performing for everyone again this year, they feel they have now overstayed their welcome and are getting a bit tired of jumping up and down continuously, so have asked if it's now time for them to be returned to the comfort of their cotton-wool lined box on top of the wardrobe for another year. A question that seems to be being asked by everyone a few people is: Have 'The Baubles' retained their title for another year? The answer is: We just don't know! It appears the 'judges' have yet to make their final decision... ... or maybe they've just got bored with the idea and forgotten about the little chaps... just like many of us seem to have?
  12. Hmmm... OK... ... I won't be posting anymore!
  13. Hmmm... Correct again! I suppose it's only too easy if you know the answer... ... so why not post your answer in a 'spoiler' and give someone else a chance of also having a go? I'm just trying to get some new members interested in this section here...
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