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    Live in Hope, drink in Castleton

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  1. No, wasn't tested. Certainly wasn't a cold, had it about 6 days. I had a flu jab a few months ago. They say that most people just get mild symptoms. Bit of a coincidence that this is going about. So what else can it be?
  2. I'm 73 just had the virus, glad I've had it, over and done with. Supposedly got some immunity instead of having to dodge the bullet as it were. Wasn't that bad, although I was a bit worried being the age I am, started with a bit of a sore throat and then just felt achy and lerhargic and a bit run down. Didn't have a headache, temprarure or a cough. Lucky compered to some.
  3. Drove past the bottom of the lane today, there is a sign that says Blind Bull opening in spring. Hope they make a success of it
  4. Surprised he's lasted this long given the life he's led. When he was in Cream with Jack Bruce and Eric Clapton they were the first so called Supergroup, and rightly so, watch the video live at the Albert Hall think it was 1968. Fantastic group to say there was only the three of them.
  5. Janet Marsden, she used to live at the end of Newall Road. Once gave her a lift to London. Late sixties.
  6. It's now fireworks month. As always its the minority that spoil it for the majority. Time to ban them, or at least the ones that explode.
  7. Make sure your underpants are clean, in case you get knocked down.
  8. See a doctor immediately, I think Jos needs to see a psychiatrist.
  9. Mr Chansiri has got it wrong, he said we are a club vying for promotion to the Premier League. We are a club vying for relegation to League One. No goals, no points, no chance.
  10. Didn't have a good feeling before the start of last season, this season feels worse!
  11. I went to Marcliffe Juniors, started 1956. After a year or two some of us were sent up to what was known as the annexe. This was next to Wadsley Church, it was like a church hall / chapel, there were just two classrooms separated by some large folding doors. The toilets were outside across the yard, there was a long wooden building that ran down the far side of the playground, we used to draw our cricket stumps in chalk on the side of it. I remember one of the teachers was called Mrs Bennett, she had a Morris Minor, the Headmistress called Mrs Briggs used to come up from the main school, she was a bit of a dragon as I remember.
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