Gordon's bit in Way of the Rudent nr.64

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Indeed, it's the sort of thing I picked up in the one and only time I met you. Commodore Show 1988 some time in the Autumn. Armalyte was just about to be released and it was playing across from the stand. I'm sure I spent 20 minutes chatting, whilst Oli signed posters along the way.
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LeeT wrote:You're friendly
:oops: :)

@Mayhem. You know, I actually remember standing and having that conversation :) (though I'm buggered if I can remember the details, I can't even remember stuff from yesterday afternoon these days). And I really enjoyed that show, because it was full of people who really, really liked games -- a much rarer thing then than it is now.
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LeeT wrote:I think you've had quite a few questions for a couple of reasons:

a) You're friendly

b) You're accessible compared to the likes of Messrs Anderson, Penn and Rignall.


Well, it's not that these guys are not accessible, it's just that they're terribly busy while .....um, woops sorry Gordon! :wink: :D
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Why, you, you -- Eindhoven supporter! ;)
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LeeT wrote:a) You're friendly

Very true. Plus, he'd be the first chap I'd go to if I ever needed some shelves built.
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Shelves? Yesterday's news. It's DIY plumbing now. ;)
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You're a brave man, Gordo and much handier than I. I can't even remember which way those little screw things turn.
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:D

It's not what I want to be doing either, TBH, but plumbers (and other handymen) are so bloody expensive here, the thought of paying them £100 to fix a tap makes me queasy.
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