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Julian11/02/2017 14:50:30
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Two items which link together a sheet from Niger for events of millennium and a FDC for memoriam to Diana.

Just an item of interest

Carmen13/02/2017 13:12:16
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Hmmm interesting... a couple of events elude me though... can you print a list of all the events listed?

Julian14/02/2017 12:13:19
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Ha ha ha you little minx, geez I have got to translate this lot:

top left 1990 Akio Morita / Hollywood

top Middle 1996 Launch Ariane 5

Top Right 1997 Diana Death

M L 1996 Wasim Akrim

M M 1995 Coluche Saint "Enfoire"

M R 1991 Pope visit Africa

B L 1990 Channel Tunnel

B M 1997 Film Titanic

B R 1997 Tiger Woods

The cover is linked in two ways obviously the Channel Tunnel and Diana's death

Carmen14/02/2017 12:59:14
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Really...? Titanic Film is considered an "event of the 20th century"? Apparently Niger missed out on A LOT!

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Of yeah, and thanks for calling me a little Minx... I immediately thought of Mrs. Bucket ("that's Boo-quay...B-U-C-K-E-T"!) anytime she had dealings with "The Major" Tee hee!

 

Edited By Carmen on 14/02/2017 13:01:10

Julian14/02/2017 15:28:57
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I think it was a huge success Titanic film and won loads of awards?? Also again trying to grab as many peoples attention to collect their sheets one wonders?

I have no idea who Akio Morita is either or Wasim Akrim or Coluche Saint and these sheets are very vague with depictions they use and I note they are growing in number just like everything else.

As for "minx" I believe it was a name to one of the characters in a comic we had when i was a kid "Mini Minx" I think it was a girl in Bash Street Kids and I call most girls "minx" when they show a tricky side or being particularly smart / cunning.

As for you comment about forum in other sites, I had someone persistently follow me quoting the same thing all the time, never a constructive comment or answer. I believe these days they are called "Trolls"???

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