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    Every cloud has a silver lining, Mike. Look on the bright side. Situation being what it is, it does delay the possibility of having to contend with some self-opinionated arrogant arsehole, who, in all honesty, you'd like nothing better than to punch their lights out, that you might well encounter. You can never guarantee who's going to turn up at such events, can you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Columbo View Post
    Every cloud has a silver lining, Mike. Look on the bright side. Situation being what it is, it does delay the possibility of having to contend with some self-opinionated arrogant arsehole, who, in all honesty, you'd like nothing better than to punch their lights out, that you might well encounter. You can never guarantee who's going to turn up at such events, can you?

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    This is true, but i find you get the best version of them in person, less up their own arse so to speak, NEBO has always been a great event for me though Steve does a fantastic job organising it and although not ideal due to size and room location the liquid refreshments at The Wellington more than make up for that and the foods not bad either. My only problem is working out what to bring


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    Hi all, trust we're all well/recovered.
    As a newbie I'm wondering if anyone could give me the lowdown on Kebworth. Is it a social event, an industry show ?
    I'm in The Midlands and DESPERATE to fill my diary with Things To Look Forward To.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stranraer View Post
    Hi all, trust we're all well/recovered.
    As a newbie I'm wondering if anyone could give me the lowdown on Kebworth. Is it a social event, an industry show ?
    I'm in The Midlands and DESPERATE to fill my diary with Things To Look Forward To.
    You wont be going to shows until at least July/August if at all IMO.

    Kebworth is a one day show for enthusiasts to show off their systems with a few stalls to buy stuff.

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    Kegworth.
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    Cranage has just been cancelled for 2021


    As the late Colonel Sanders once said
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    Shame, I like that show.
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    Yeh i was looking forward to it, but c'est la vie, let's hope we can get NEBO on the cards for this year.


    As the late Colonel Sanders once said
    "I'm too drunk to taste this chicken!!"

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    Remember Bake Offs and Gatherings from "Back in the Day".

    Kinda miss 'em.
    Better times ahead Folks.
    *will be perfectly fine..*

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    I do think we could have done more to adopt modern technology to keep something going.

    Eg.we could have moved on to Zoom with our laptops plugged into our hi-fis - with the added benefit the all the systems would sound as good as our own

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