Sunday, 9 August 2009

SWORD BLOG FIRST BIRTHDAY PARTY COMING SOON!

Sunday morning and I'm suffering with one of my pesky migraines. My better half has gone to the boot sale without me! Drat and double drat. I'm in bed with a cold compress, codeined-up and typing myself back to sleep.
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Whilst still conscious, I was just looking through the Blog's 1st Birthday material so far and it's awesome! There's some really brilliant stuff from people who were at the beginning of Century 21 like Alan Shubrook, thier youngest modelmaker back in the 60's and Gerry Embleton, TV21 artist; from people at the heart of the second wave of interest in Anderson shows in the 80's and 90's like modelmaker Martin Bower and artist Graham Bleathman; from pioneers of Anderson research like Dennis Nicholson and Shaqui Le Vesconte and modern-day super-collectors like the mighty WOTAN, Ferryman and Steve of vintagethunderbirdstoys! Wow!
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And you won't beleive the competitions, prizes and special offers! Gobsmacking! Set your SWORD calender - the month-long party starts September 15th! Your'e all invited!
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From the counter at the bottom I see we have just gone past 29,000 hits! Well done Swordheads! Wonder if we'll reach 30,000 by the 15th Sept!%&*?!

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