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...and then there were three...


john64 e2
10 824 England
14 Sep 2007 10:15AM
Tomorrow, I will be mostly called Johnny Three-Stars.

Is it really three years since I joined? Seems like a lifetime.

In those three years I have:

1. Changed jobs 4 times
2. Seen my footie team relegated from the Premier League...
3. ... and then promoted again
4. Seen my photography plateau out at 'almost average'
5. Gained the distinctions of 1 RC and 1 HC
6. Realized that the EPZ forums are addictive
7. Spent too much time on the 'net and the rest of it sleeping

(I'm posting this today 'cos I probably won't be around tomorrow)

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MrsS 8 4.5k 18 England
14 Sep 2007 10:42AM
Wow! With time off for good behaviour that's a six year sentence, Johnny!! Wink

Fran x





Quote:...and then there were three...


Superb Genesis album! Tongue
Hanners e2
8 875 10 Ireland
14 Sep 2007 10:49AM

Quote:Superb Genesis album!


Wasn't it just.....

Just goes to show what can happen in three years...
14 Sep 2007 12:56PM

Quote::Superb Genesis album! Wasn't it just.....


My vote would go to 'A Trick of the Tail'

Happy epz day Johnny

Alan
Hanners e2
8 875 10 Ireland
14 Sep 2007 1:09PM
Yep that's a good 'un too and I also like the Wind and Wuthering album, but I have to admit that I don't think there is a bad one among them...
14 Sep 2007 1:20PM
Genesis without Peter Gabriel are OK but a bit like a car with no engine. It just coasts downhill and eventually grinds to a halt.
14 Sep 2007 2:05PM
Ooooh Dave a bit harsh. Maybe a car with a slightly smaller engine and duller paintwork, but worth sticking with 'cos of the music from the CD player.
14 Sep 2007 2:10PM
Maybe slightly harsh, but after "A Trick of the Tail" which I quite liked I found each successive album more and more "poppy" till they eventually became Phil's backing band.
14 Sep 2007 2:18PM
I agree up to a point - but some tracks later on were crackers don't you think, Driving the last spike - Fading Lights - Home by the Sea.
14 Sep 2007 2:42PM
This reads like a scene from American Psycho
Smile

Oh John... congrats
14 Sep 2007 3:01PM
PG rating though eh (Peter Gabriel?)
14 Sep 2007 3:02PM
Alan, the last studio album I bought was "Duke". I've heard some of the later material on the radio and I've got the "Platinum Collection" triple CD but don't really like disc 1. Bring on "Supper's Ready" say I.

That should confuse Koen anyway Wink
14 Sep 2007 3:24PM
Now you're talkin - walk across that sitting room. Long live the Guards of Magog !!

Confusion mode cancel
14 Sep 2007 3:30PM
And when did six saintly shrouded men move across your lawn slowly?

Lol .... Koen will think we're all bonkers.
14 Sep 2007 3:40PM
I think you're all bonkers

Edit : hmmm, too late again

Smile

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