Conduct Of Members

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paw broon
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Re: Conduct Of Members

Post by paw broon » 20 Jun 2011, 18:19

Of course, I meant, "The Double Life of Private Strong". OOOPS.

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Re: Conduct Of Members

Post by ISPYSHHHGUY » 20 Jun 2011, 19:11

Crivvens! It's no' your behaviour that's oot o' order, Paw!

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Re: Conduct Of Members

Post by stevezodiac » 20 Jun 2011, 20:17

They still have movie fairs at the Central Hall Westminster and I might be going along to the next one on July 9th. Ken Graham said he'll bring along some 70s US Sunday Funnies for me. He mentioned yesterday at the ephemera fair that he has just acquired a couple of hundred 70s Victors.

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Re: Conduct Of Members

Post by DaveWhit. » 20 Jun 2011, 22:02

Like Paw Broon, I've only recently returned to the forum and was surprised to read that all hell had blown up between 'newbies' and other members of the forum.
As a relative 'newbie' myself I second what Paw said and hope that I haven't unwittingly offended other members at times. Like Paw said - I'm only here because I love comics and their rich and diverse history and enjoy the forum banter.
I probably missed most of the the bad mouthing, but sincerely hope it has now been banished for good. I miss Lew's input (and Steel Claw and Kashgar's too). Hope they return before too long. I met Lew once at the Central Hall Westminster mart too (or was it the TUC mart? My memory is on the blink).

Speaking of The Central Hall mart. I was unaware that a film fair is being held there. I recall the comic marts held there being massive, but surely a film fair can't take over the entire hall? I'm thinking of attending the next film fair to find out. Do they sell many comics there, or just a few odds and ends?

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Re: Conduct Of Members

Post by stevezodiac » 22 Jun 2011, 22:58

Ken Graham is probably the only dealer selling comics at the film fair although there are some odd Dell and Gold Key film related comics on other stalls as well as maybe a Film Fun annual or two. Its been a couple of years since I went to the film fair though. Occasionally a celebrity will appear selling signed photos, I've seen Ingrid Pitt, Madeleine Smith and Sally Geeson there. Ken Graham has a web site - google "Kens Paper Collectables" where he has a list of his stock. You can e-mail him and ask him to bring along anything you fancy.

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