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    Default Be sure your sins will find you out, 1950s.

    I have to be a bit careful about cinema locations after my post about the Gaumont, but this is a queue for the Futurist on Lime Street in the early 1950s. The main point of interest is the man with his godly message. I remember him as late as the 1980s in Church Street, still [...]

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    He used to be at the Pier Head on a sunday with some more holy joes.

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    I suppose you could never prove him wrong as who knows where we go if anywhere once dead however, I do take issue with the fella procaliming 'The end is nigh' cos he was still peddling that about 30 years later too...
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    Guy looks like a 'flasher' to me
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    I bought my wife's wedding ring from that shop in 1968, a lifetime ago. I remember more than a few holy Joe's,you would see them in Lime St.,Lord St.,the Pier Head, Whitechapel,in fact anywhere where people gathered in numbers. We must have been a sinful lot back then,
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    Quote Originally Posted by brian daley View Post
    I bought my wife's wedding ring from that shop in 1968, a lifetime ago. I remember more than a few holy Joe's,you would see them in Lime St.,Lord St.,the Pier Head, Whitechapel,in fact anywhere where people gathered in numbers. We must have been a sinful lot back then,
    BrianD
    Well it was the 60's Brian Not for me it wasn't , but i would have loved it back then ,I would have been a hippy chick ...

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