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i was .

The thread is about skinhead .

music / youth cult/ from end of the 60s to the 80s  ... That's why it seemed good to post here. 

that's all .

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Hello Fabie,we always suspicious of People that want to find about us etc.In the past we have had such bad Press(I am talking about the 60s now)that we keep People at Arms`length.If you are genuine then ok,if not go and bother some other Group.
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Hello Fabie,we always suspicious of People that want to find about us etc.In the past we have had such bad Press(I am talking about the 60s now)that we keep People at Arms`length.If you are genuine then ok,if not go and bother some other Group.

Not once did she mention Skinheads or Reggae for the matter Colin, Their is enough information about Youth on here, and its free to read. Fuck me the amount of people with no idea comes on these sites and wants to know everything without reading first.

When you think of it a professional writer could come on here read this thread and have all the information to publish a book, biggrin.gif
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Not once did she mention Skinheads or Reggae for the matter Colin, Their is enough information about Youth on here, and its free to read. Fuck me the amount of people with no idea comes on these sites and wants to know everything without reading first.
When you think of it a professional writer could come on here read this thread and have all the information to publish a book, biggrin.gif


i read the entire thread and suppose i 'm enough "genuine" to post here .

I don't definitely identify oneself in what you call "the people with no idea" you fucked   .  (not sure this sentence sound good :) )

I don't judge people i don't know  .

 

First times i saw pictures of you young, Lasttye , were on  Tumblr skinhead/suedehead blogs ,without title, caption, date, history ... and not in this forum .

"copy and paste" pictures / story is easy but no interest .

 

You're not interested  , I understood .

 

 

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postscript :

 

i never mentioned that i was a skinhead girl younger because i can't imagine people who wasn't or aren't skinhead , be interested by this cult or "want to know every thing"  .

Sorry , I would have .

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Fabie, Because your English is not very good and i cannot speak French, I don't know what you are talking about, lost in translation i suppose, smile.gif

If their is pics on other sites of me, that i may not know about, then other people must of pasted them.

Most people come on here as they are interested in Traditional Skinheads, and most contribute rather than coming on here asking to interview people, and not contributing in anyway, If you are genuine and interested in Traditional skinheads then i apologise.

Roy, smile.gif
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no problem Roy .

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I also paid 7 guineas for Royals from The Squire Shop. All the shoes were 7 guineas - even the loafers which I thought at the time should have been cheaper.
I never found anywhere cheaper for Royals. Petticoat Lane did not have that style and Timpson were a lot later in offering them - at no saving.
Shirts were 69/6d. Those prices along with the prices of a single and an LP are ones I will never forget. A bar of chocolate was 6d.

In 1970 I did blow all of my first wage packet on a pair of tassel loafers from the Squire shop.
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Are Penny Arrows what I used to know as Blackjacks?

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In the 80's I lived round the corner from where they were made.
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When you think of it a professional writer could come on here read this thread and have all the information to publish a book, biggrin.gif

Bloody hell, Roy, what a subtle hint! biggrin.gif
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Fabie, Because your English is not very good and i cannot speak French, I don't know what you are talking about, lost in translation i suppose, smile.gif

Roy you just reminded me about the times when there were crowds of French kids who came over to London every July ('les Francais de Juillet'). Now, I know I said we resented them because they attracted our girls, but as soon as any crowd of French kids sussed out that I had O Level French I would get roped in to translate things. One French bloke wanted me to tell one of the London crowd he was stupid. I refused. I had no wish to start a re-run of the Battle of Waterloo!
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Bloody hell, Roy, what a subtle hint! biggrin.gif

LOL When i wrote that.. i thought hope Paul don't think thats a hint , biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
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In 1970 I did blow all of my first wage packet on a pair of tassel loafers from the Squire shop.

When you think of the cost of cloths back then, but most of us teenagers managed to get them, what would a pair of Royals cost at todays prices? , A pair of Cordovan Brogues these Days £ 450 .
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LOL When i wrote that.. i thought hope Paul don't think thats a hint , biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

Paul i know for a fact loads of people come on this site just to lurk...and don't contribute, I wonder if any are budding authors, biggrin.gif
Edited by Lasttye - 2/12/12 at 9:06am
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