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    Glad it's working out John
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dickchy View Post
    I am going. With a visit to Cymbiosis the day before, comparing cartridges. I may then be broke so please buy me beer.
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    long way from guernsey richard ! hope its not snowing like last year
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    Can I ask why ?
    Yes, of course, you can always ask why. It’s not an easy answer though. In short I guess the show has lost the original mojo for me. You have to remember I’ve been to all the previous shows, but looking at this years contributors I’ve heard it all before (full respect to those who go to extraordinary lengths to take part though). However, the weird and extreme side has been decreasing/alienated over the years and that is where my own interest lies. The same sensation of ennui also seems to be shared by my audio friends and that also discourages me from attending. For newbies I still strongly recommend it - but I’m not a newbie.... .. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    Yes, of course, you can always ask why. It’s not an easy answer though. In short I guess the show has lost the original mojo for me. You have to remember I’ve been to all the previous shows, but looking at this years contributors I’ve heard it all before (full respect to those who go to extraordinary lengths to take part though). However, the weird and extreme side has been decreasing/alienated over the years and that is where my own interest lies. The same sensation of ennui also seems to be shared by my audio friends and that also discourages me from attending. For newbies I still strongly recommend it - but I’m not a newbie.... .. .
    What sort of equipment would it take to get you there? Ridiculously large horns and things like that?

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    OK fair enough , I went 5 times to Scalford as a exhibiter then had 3 years off,
    Though its was time to amuse the people again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    OK fair enough , I went 5 times to Scalford as a exhibiter then had 3 years off,
    Though its was time to amuse the people again
    Well I'm looking forward to some amusement (and some Manor House cake)
    Excuse me, are you the Judean People's Front?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifinutt View Post
    long way from guernsey richard ! hope its not snowing like last year
    So do I Phil! Actually there are direct flights to East Midlands airport from here, so it's very easy for me. Hope to meet up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Well I'm looking forward to some amusement (and some Manor House cake)
    Now you are talking

    Just had notification the PIES are cancelled , Apparently Peter the boss did not want to upset the hotel Looks like I will be bringing food with me for daytime consumption , Maybe Curry of fish and chips Saturday evening
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence001 View Post
    What sort of equipment would it take to get you there? Ridiculously large horns and things like that?

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    Well, yes - expensive exotica, the very rare or the very whacky - extraordinary DIY horns etc. (All of this has been at past Wam shows). Having said that, a friend seems keen to go so I may yet attend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    Now you are talking

    Just had notification the PIES are cancelled , Apparently Peter the boss did not want to upset the hotel Looks like I will be bringing food with me for daytime consumption , Maybe Curry of fish and chips Saturday evening
    Me and Mrs. P will find a pub to eat at on the way home, and have a bit of something at the hotel for lunch, as long as their prices don't take the piss. Maybe call at the Greggs on way down.
    Excuse me, are you the Judean People's Front?

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