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On 12 Feb 2009 at 1:27pm zola wrote:
When I was really little,when I listened to the radio,(Ed 'Stewpot' Stewart,and Tony Blackburn shows) I used to marvel at how big the building was that housed all the musicians,waiting for their names to be called to get up on the stage and perform their songs.I actually thought this,and had no idea about 45's....I also sang 'God save our gracious Queen,Long live our Ovaltine.....' for years until I got the words right....
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On 12 Feb 2009 at 4:35pm Lewes Laugher wrote:
When I was really little, when I went to Saturday morning pictures I used to think that there were actors behind the screen playing the parts in the film. I never wondered how they did the outside scenes, why the people were so big etc. I just KNEW.
On 12 Feb 2009 at 4:46pm Bob & Marcia wrote:
As you may or may not know, for over 50 years the flaming barrel thrown into the river by Cliffe Bonfire was carried by a man named Aubrey Taylor.
Every year as he tossed the barrel into the river, the brass band would strike up "Rule Brittania" accompanied by members singing.
A good friend of ours who shall remain nameless, and who was quite young at the time, did for many years accompany the singing with "Aubrey Taylor, Aubrey Taylor rules the waves".

On 13 Feb 2009 at 4:12am expat two wrote:
I used to think everyone in the world was waiting for me to turn up before they started acting 'reality'. Not in an egotistic way, I just thought the whole world was playing a big trick on me. And for a 7 year old, thats an almost completely irrefutable psychosis.
It didn't last long though, my spoons allergy soon distracted me.

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