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probably a few leftovers from the gig?




Thats a nice extra mate 8)


Good stuff once again from TD. Reminds me of last year at the Astoria:

Me "Can I have a signed poster please?"

Merch Stall: "We've run out (this was after the gig) but we have some unsigned ones left"

Me: "no problem, I'll take one"

I got home...and it turns out to be a signed one afterall :D

TD and Eastgate get my vote for their service and for their help with the various raffles we've done over the last year or so

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24db wrote:
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probably a few leftovers from the gig?




Thats a nice extra mate 8)


Good stuff once again from TD. Reminds me of last year at the Astoria:

Me "Can I have a signed poster please?"

Merch Stall: "We've run out (this was after the gig) but we have some unsigned ones left"

Me: "no problem, I'll take one"

I got home...and it turns out to be a signed one afterall :D

TD and Eastgate get my vote for their service and for their help with the various raffles we've done over the last year or so


Their service and raffle contributions have been outstanding,IMO they can't be faulted :arrow:

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epsilon75 wrote:
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probably a few leftovers from the gig?




Thats a nice extra mate 8)


Good stuff once again from TD. Reminds me of last year at the Astoria:

Me "Can I have a signed poster please?"

Merch Stall: "We've run out (this was after the gig) but we have some unsigned ones left"

Me: "no problem, I'll take one"

I got home...and it turns out to be a signed one afterall :D

TD and Eastgate get my vote for their service and for their help with the various raffles we've done over the last year or so


Their service and raffle contributions have been outstanding,IMO they can't be faulted :arrow:


I wonder if they can send some frames? :D ;)

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Cheeky :mrgreen: :wink:

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Cheeky :mrgreen: :wink:


I'm many things, but cheeky ain't one of them :).

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Has a single member of TD's fan base 'ever' got one of their posters framed? if you have I was photos as I've never seen one framed in my life...they just sit around in tubes or rolled up (the posters that is...not the fans)

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epsilon75 wrote:
24db wrote:
timer wrote:
24db wrote:
probably a few leftovers from the gig?




Thats a nice extra mate 8)


Good stuff once again from TD. Reminds me of last year at the Astoria:

Me "Can I have a signed poster please?"

Merch Stall: "We've run out (this was after the gig) but we have some unsigned ones left"

Me: "no problem, I'll take one"

I got home...and it turns out to be a signed one afterall :D

TD and Eastgate get my vote for their service and for their help with the various raffles we've done over the last year or so


Their service and raffle contributions have been outstanding,IMO they can't be faulted :arrow:



Agreed whole heartedly 8)

TD / Eastgate team have been extremely accomodating and generous with a whole range of things over the years and they should be commended for it.

The Raffle prizes for Southampton and Cardiff were beyond what was expected, and aside from raising some cash for some deserving charities , we had a lot of very happy raffle winners. 8)

THANKYOU EASTGATE TEAM . 8) 8) 8)


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24db wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
Cheeky :mrgreen: :wink:


I'm many things, but cheeky ain't one of them :).

Completely Off topic time:

Has a single member of TD's fan base 'ever' got one of their posters framed? if you have I was photos as I've never seen one framed in my life...they just sit around in tubes or rolled up (the posters that is...not the fans)



Stuart framed his Raffle 'Stuntman' poster and it looks magnificent. 8)


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24db wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
Cheeky :mrgreen: :wink:


I'm many things, but cheeky ain't one of them :).

Completely Off topic time:

Has a single member of TD's fan base 'ever' got one of their posters framed? if you have I was photos as I've never seen one framed in my life...they just sit around in tubes or rolled up (the posters that is...not the fans)



Stuart framed his Raffle 'Stuntman' poster and it looks magnificent. 8)


Where has he disappeared :? :?

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Has anyone ever orderd from eastgate not using paypal? I have had so many issues with them over the years as to regards to ebay that I will not use them in protest. Paypal sucks.


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24db wrote:
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Cheeky :mrgreen: :wink:


I'm many things, but cheeky ain't one of them :).

Completely Off topic time:

Has a single member of TD's fan base 'ever' got one of their posters framed? if you have I was photos as I've never seen one framed in my life...they just sit around in tubes or rolled up (the posters that is...not the fans)

I've got some that I've put in A3 clip-art frames. It's not proper framing but it does look very cool.


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epsilon75 wrote:
timer wrote:
24db wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
Cheeky :mrgreen: :wink:


I'm many things, but cheeky ain't one of them :).

Completely Off topic time:

Has a single member of TD's fan base 'ever' got one of their posters framed? if you have I was photos as I've never seen one framed in my life...they just sit around in tubes or rolled up (the posters that is...not the fans)



Stuart framed his Raffle 'Stuntman' poster and it looks magnificent. 8)


Where has he disappeared :? :?


He's been posted to Cornwall, so he only gets weekends in this area. So he doesn't get much time to himself.
He's sorted for London so he'll definately be there, I keep trying to persued him to post , but nothing as yet.

He went on for weeks about how much he enjoyed Southampton and meeting the TD Fans that were their.

I'll give him another Nudge !! :)


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Yeh give him a nudge mate,real nice bloke Stuart :arrow:

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24db wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
Cheeky :mrgreen: :wink:


I'm many things, but cheeky ain't one of them :).

Completely Off topic time:

Has a single member of TD's fan base 'ever' got one of their posters framed? if you have I was photos as I've never seen one framed in my life...they just sit around in tubes or rolled up (the posters that is...not the fans)


Yes, I got the Jeanne D'Arc signed poster framed and it looks well. I also have two of Ed's zoomos framed....

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:D Yes I also have a couple framed and am about to get another frame for the Loreley one. They look really good framed, especially when they are signed also. Hope they will do one for the Nov 1 London Gig. :D

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I've got several dozen items framed - and I'm piss poor because of it. (The larger ones can cost upwards of $200 a piece.)

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