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 Post subject: Re: Issue 38 available here
PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2010 6:48 pm 
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Ive just tried to read it via Calameo link and it all went blank after the competition pics :g48:
Has anyone else suffered that or is it my pooter playing up :g43:



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 Post subject: Re: Issue 38 available here
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another great issue, thanks to all that had input - are you putting the hammereds in the next issue? oh the put a face to the name is a great idea but phil d i must admit your the spitting immage of Bill Murray. :g50:



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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2010 7:27 pm 
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We had to leave the hammereds out of this issue as the Newsletter is limited to so many mb, they will be in the next issue though.

I like Bill Murray, Groundhog day is one of my favourite films, I look older now, that photo I think was taken at the Thornham Rally in 2004 (if thats the one where Corinne had the car crash and six policemen and archies came to investigate a dead dog) :g42:.



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 Post subject: Re: Issue 38 available here
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Another GREAT job team :g38: :g38:,i read it on calameo as usual and there were no problems.
Once again,great job team :g50: :g58:.


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 Post subject: Re: Issue 38 available here
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Finally got to read it but still with probs, great read and Thanks to all who put it together :g38:
I would add my pic to the board but Ive got enough problems with the pooter as it is without making it sicker :hahaha:



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 Post subject: Re: Issue 38 available here
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PhilD wrote:
I like Bill Murray, Groundhog day is one of my favourite films, I look older now, that photo I think was taken at the Thornham Rally in 2004 (if thats the one where Corinne had the car crash and six policemen and archies came to investigate a dead dog) :g42:.


That was one of the Cold Feet jobs in a village called Sibson near Nuneaton.



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Great to see the faces of the people we talk to daily on here, shame we can,t all get together for a dig somewhere?


Agree Dave it would be great if UKDN had a regular dig. It would promote UKDN and responsable detecting. How about it Team can it be done. I am sure many would suport this.


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Its very well put together and a great read, what really strikes me about it is the terrific quality of the photographs, digital cameras have freed us from the chains of films and developers and brought out the artist in everyday folk that was never available before and it certainly shows, outstanding!



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Georgian Tim wrote:
PhilD wrote:
I like Bill Murray, Groundhog day is one of my favourite films, I look older now, that photo I think was taken at the Thornham Rally in 2004 (if thats the one where Corinne had the car crash and six policemen and archies came to investigate a dead dog) :g42:.


That was one of the Cold Feet jobs in a village called Sibson near Nuneaton.


Thanks Tim, those were the days :g50:



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Great read, thanks too you all


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 Post subject: Re: Issue 38 available here
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Just had a quick flip through, and, as usual we have another brilliant magzine. If only this could go onto the shelves at our newsagents.

I would buy it, being the best on the market, full of information about detecting, extremely well put together, with second to none journalism.

Thank you to everybody involved in bringing us this jem.



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