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Tuesday 28 September 2004 3.16pm
To the editor:
Dear Sir,
I was walking along Lynton Road yesterday evening, when I heard the first firework, thrown by an urchin, this year. Is this a record? What do your other readers think? Drone, blah, etc

Yours,
Capt. Tharg-Beard (retd)
mac
Tuesday 28 September 2004 3.46pm
Urchins have been throwing, yes throwing fireworks around where I live for about a week now. Honestly, the other night I was a bit frightened to leave my flat incase they threw one at me.
Tuesday 5 October 2004 9.23am
Spottted my first advent calandar in Costcutter, Tower Bridge Road three days ago.
Tuesday 5 October 2004 9.23am
Good grief!
Tuesday 5 October 2004 11.05am
M & S at Jubilee place had a Christmas Range/Aisle last week..
Tuesday 5 October 2004 11.41am
I bought my 2005 Miffy calendar about a month ago.

...if you press it, they will come.
Tuesday 5 October 2004 11.55am
I've still got last year's Christmas pudding. Do they improve with age?
Tuesday 5 October 2004 12.47pm
Definitely. Granny swears by it. We've just made our Christmas cake (but I daren't tell granny as she'll think we're about 6 months too late)

...if you press it, they will come.
Tuesday 5 October 2004 8.09pm
Not only have I got next years calendar, I have the last 10 years as well.
Not what did I do on 05th Oct 1994? Oh yes, that was fun.
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