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Old 1st April 2020, 09:44
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I'll tell ou something - in the 1950's we would not have been allowed that hair!!! The principal would have had apoplexy.
'Twas the same in'69, I remember Captain Sleeman telling me, "The barber or two hours overtime, it's up to you."
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Old 1st April 2020, 09:52
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Hi Duquesa,
They were at sea with those hair dos as well. Just remembered that the lad next to me was called Rob.
If you go to advanced settings when posting the image resizes automatically.
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I can just hear Ted Sleeman saying that.
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Ted Sleeman that's a man I remember. He christened me 'Rancid Bucket' ,a play on my surname at the time ... Sowerbutts, and used it all the time I was there.!
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Hi Duquesa,
They were at sea with those hair dos as well. Just remembered that the lad next to me was called Rob.
If you go to advanced settings when posting the image resizes automatically.
Larry
Sorry, I've tried every which way but I cannot get the pic to reduce in size. Don't know why because I usually have little problem with this. Will have to wait until my son feels he can again come into the house - currently we are a no go area.
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