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Slynge   7/17/2014 5:39:33 PM
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Hi Max.

I "luv" reading your articles. They bring pleasure here in this presumably ones and zeros World! But couldn't you upload images of your books, for us to see what kind of books you have in your Pleasure Dome? I could do the same and so we all could have a look at, what each others are reading or have been reading. This was just a thought, but carry on with what you do :-)

Kind regards,

Simon Lynge

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Max The Magnificent   12/16/2013 1:09:56 PM
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@Wnderer: You should get the old BBC Quatermass episodes playing on those old TVs

I remember seeing the one about the invasion from Mars when I was a kid -- it scared me silly!!!

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Wnderer   12/11/2013 3:23:43 PM
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You should get the old BBC Quatermass episodes playing on those old TVs.

 

https://archive.org/search.php?query=quatermass%20AND%20mediatype%3Amovies

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Max The Magnificent   12/11/2013 2:54:49 PM
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@David: I have thoughts of throwing everything up and coming over there to take it over from them.

I had to read this twice -- I think over here it might be better to say "throwing everything over" or "giving everything up" ... LOL

I know just what you mean -- the thought of offering to take over had crossed my mind (of course, I use the term "mind" in the loosest sense) also...

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Max The Magnificent   12/11/2013 2:49:42 PM
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All I can say is THIS

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David Ashton   12/11/2013 2:46:54 PM
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@Max - I have thoughts of throwing everything up and coming over there to take it over from them.    But just now I'll wake up and my coffee will be cold......

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Max The Magnificent   12/11/2013 2:37:02 PM
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@David: That sounds like very sad news.

There's certainly a little tear rolling down my cheek. I think the owners just want to retire, and there simply isn't enough business to make it attractive enough to stay. I'm going to email them to tell them Rick and I are coming down, so to get theit best stuff out :-)

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David Ashton   12/11/2013 2:32:26 PM
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@Max - "Mock Electronics is closing down in the New Year".   That sounds like very sad news.    Don'cha hate it when you just discover somewhere like that and they go and close down?  If I was you I'd be heartbroken.....  why is this happening, do you know?  It sounded like they had lots of tasty stuff and there are a few guys like you (and Rick) around to patronise them?  I wish I was not so far away, I'd come and help relieve them of some stuff too....

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Max The Magnificent   12/11/2013 2:08:18 PM
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@Rcurl: Now you're Mocking me!

Not at all (I'll wait till you get here for that)

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Rcurl   12/11/2013 2:05:38 PM
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@Max: "we can drive down there together" 

Now you're Mocking me!

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