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Barmy_in_Palmy

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#65
Lived in Margaret Street but count myself as an Ashhurst man. Taught at Massey for years. What about you?
Hahaha used to live on Weston ave (parents still do) now live on rainforth. Went to Massey got a degree. Now work at Pak'n Save. Which isn't as bad as it sounds.
 

littlewilly

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#66
Hahaha used to live on Weston ave (parents still do) now live on rainforth. Went to Massey got a degree. Now work at Pak'n Save. Which isn't as bad as it sounds.
What degree did you do? The big White House in Margaret Street used to be a girls' home. I was the last Principal. Lived next door in number 21. Does the Princess Tavern still exist? My old watering hole.
 

Barmy_in_Palmy

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What degree did you do? The big White House in Margaret Street used to be a girls' home. I was the last Principal. Lived next door in number 21. Does the Princess Tavern still exist? My old watering hole.
It shut down for about 6-7 years, reopened just before Christmas.
 

Barmy_in_Palmy

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#71
Yeah, was going to Auckland to see The National and LCD Soundsystem, LCD cancelled so I figured I’d go see Clive Allen instead.
 

ravo

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#75
Thoughts from those who went?

I really enjoyed it and thought he spoke really well. Some good insights to things that go on behind the scenes at the club. Also, interesting tid bit on Thomas Lemar stuffing us around with Arsenal.

Hard to remember too much else, as I'd had a fair few at the Waiheke 7s tournament in the afternoon...
 

Barmy_in_Palmy

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#76
Thoughts from those who went?

I really enjoyed it and thought he spoke really well. Some good insights to things that go on behind the scenes at the club. Also, interesting tid bit on Thomas Lemar stuffing us around with Arsenal.

Hard to remember too much else, as I'd had a fair few at the Waiheke 7s tournament in the afternoon...
I was glad I came up for it, I thought it was great, I hadn’t been to any KiwiSpurs events before but met a lot of great and interesting people and I thought Clive was a great story teller and it was really well organized.

I think I’ll go again next year.
 
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