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The Parksider
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Jogon wrote: Familiar but different.If you know it, high crypticity please. Well someone had to break ranks Caron!!In with the new and out with the old, but for the life of me I cannot trace what "the old" is what on earth??

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The Parksider wrote: Jogon wrote: Familiar but different.If you know it, high crypticity please. Well someone had to break ranks Caron!!In with the new and out with the old, but for the life of me I cannot trace what "the old" is what on earth?? A large town that knows it's place in life?
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The Parksider wrote: Jogon wrote: Familiar but different.If you know it, high crypticity please. Well someone had to break ranks Caron!!In with the new and out with the old, but for the life of me I cannot trace what "the old" is what on earth?? A large town that knows it's place in life?
ex-Armley lad

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The Parksider wrote: Jogon wrote: Familiar but different.If you know it, high crypticity please. Well someone had to break ranks Caron!!In with the new and out with the old, but for the life of me I cannot trace what "the old" is what on earth?? A large town that knows it's place in life?
ex-Armley lad

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stutterdog wrote: The Parksider wrote: Jogon wrote: Familiar but different.If you know it, high crypticity please. Well someone had to break ranks Caron!!In with the new and out with the old, but for the life of me I cannot trace what "the old" is what on earth?? A large town that knows it's place in life? Sorry tried cancelling multiple posts but can't!
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Not looking like this today, yet another great promise to never materialise     
My flickr pictures are herehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/phill_dvsn/Because lunacy was the influence for an album. It goes without saying that an album about lunacy will breed a lunatics obsessions with an album - The Dark side of the moon!

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Hi Stutterdog. Regarding duplicate posts I find that using the edit function for the post to be deleted and then removing all of the text (including a quote) and then type something like "Post now deleted" and posting that. Review it first but only your new text should now show. I hope this makes sense!
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Caron
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Post by Caron »

Is it the station? I'm confused now...

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Leodian wrote: Hi Stutterdog. Regarding duplicate posts I find that using the edit function for the post to be deleted and then removing all of the text (including a quote) and then type something like "Post now deleted" and posting that. Review it first but only your new text should now show. I hope this makes sense! Thanks Leodian,I'll try and remember that next time.
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Post by Phill_dvsn »

Caron wrote: Is it the station? I'm confused now... Doesn't take much You should see her on facebook, you guess the question and add the link to it on street view. Caron clicks on it.. then next thing.I KNOW where it is she posts, and steals your answer. Totally shameless she is     
My flickr pictures are herehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/phill_dvsn/Because lunacy was the influence for an album. It goes without saying that an album about lunacy will breed a lunatics obsessions with an album - The Dark side of the moon!

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