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  1. Ed Vaughan

    Ed Vaughan Senior member

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    Wow!

    I can't get my head round the guy in the foreground, sitting, wearing what looks like high-waisted flares(!!!) and I'm sure... braces?

    It's right - for the time - with the kid wearing the scarf, with club badge sewn on it; (despite his braces being shown outside the jumper) and the haircuts... but 'lionel blairs'?

    Diversity really was alive and well, eh? :D
     
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  2. Ed Vaughan

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    British Style Genius in one lump - playable abroad. (HQ)

     


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    Even down our way we had odd balls who did not wear the norm, these blokes tended to be on the fringes, blokes who came and went ..who no one had any interest in,:D
     


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    So, Ed: did your 'friend' learn his lesson?!
     


  5. Get Smart

    Get Smart Don't Crink

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    those are not anything like staprest worn by skinheads, in that they are very skinny fitted. The closest staprest Levis sells currently to original 60s ones is made for Japan market only and unavail outside of Japan. unless you just want really skinny staprest cloth strides, I would stay away from those if you are going for the skinhead look.
     


  6. Ed Vaughan

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    Who knows... :happy:
     


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    Yes Jason they look awful, Why cant Levi just reissue the original 60s Levi Staprest on the Vintage Label ?.
     


  8. Ed Vaughan

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    'Facebook' campaign, anyone? :happy:
     


  9. browniecj

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    Back in `70/`71,the Old Bill were still recruiting "off the streets".A Mate of mine joined up and he said within that years` "Intake"there were Skinheads,Greasers and a Hells Angel.This was when they had Respect-from the Community(most of them were from it)-not now.College Boys who want a "Fast-Track" to Promotion.Most of them do not know what goes on anymore.:)
     


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    If they was recruiting off the streets they was not in Kilburn, :D I did not know anyone that had not been nicked, It was so bad in the 60s/70s Skinheads getting nicked [mostly for nothing] it was affecting recruitment into the Army.
    It was reported at the time a Recruiting Sargent Major said these Skinheads by fighting at football they show the fighting spirt we could use, they also show loyalty to each other, but because many have criminal records we have to turn them away,
    By 73 this changed with the Rehabilitation Act which allowed lads in. But this did not allow recruitment into the Police.
     
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  11. browniecj

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    Only saying what he told me,Roy.That was in the Surrey Force.
     


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    And Dave became my Brother-in-Law,so I cannot see him making it up.:)
     


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    We did not get asked to help out in the community - a fine was the norm. In my case I managed to lead a charmed life but got caught on one occasion travelling on a train sans ticket, jumped out of the station window but got caught by a Railway copper. My mate made off of course. I made the mistake of giving my real name and shortly afterwards was fined in court, but much worse my headmaster said he was 'disappointed' in me.....
     


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    What would have been worse for was,a clip around the Ear(from my Father),he could still do it.:)
     


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    good evening to everyone i hope you are all fit and well , i just brought some clobber from a site called www.atomretro.com great choice igot a couple of striped Bens and some gabichi polos , you probaly know the site but im well pleased with the two day delivery and quality my spellings bad
     


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