Re: [uk_jugglers] The Catch...
- Whatever you do, do not go into any old newsagent in London and ask if they
supply 'the catch'.
Once upon a time I asked this very question. I was handed a small magazine
called 'the catch' which is dedicated to helping gay people find lovers in
No wonder he eyed me up when I asked for it ;o)
Dan The 'Straight' Hat
>From: "Paul Seward" <Paul.Seward@...>_________________________________________________________________________
>Subject: Re: [uk_jugglers] The Catch...
>Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2000 12:17:28 +0100
> >>> danny@... 30/8/2000 18:56:16 >>>
> >I've got 23 & 24 - no spare of either that you can have though. I seem
> >be missing volume 22 - I don't know how that happened, since I had a
> >subscription at the time. There's no issue 18, that's numbered issue 1
> >volume 2 instead, though the following issue is issue 19, still volume 2.
> >No duplicates though, I'm afraid.
>I shall have to double check the issue numbers... infact, I might just
>write down all the issues I *have* and get you lot to work out what
> >Issue 19 is probably a bit of a collectors' item, given the cover picture
> >:-) I'll bring it to BUC and you can have an ogle.
>Oooh Ooohh... whats the picture? (Not the fabled "Haggis with his
>arse out" special... ;-)
> >Stuart Ashman might still have back issues, but I haven't seen him for
> >years, not even at conventions. Anyone got contact details for him?
>Last I saw of him was at Bristol 2 years ago...
>The Little Paul who in a 0.5 mile yike ride to the postbox and back last
>night was asked 6 times where his other wheel was... is this some kind
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>>> danthehat@... 31/8/2000 13:11:55 >>>Thanks for the info.. (I'll remember that! <grin>), there used to be a mag
>Whatever you do, do not go into any old newsagent in London and ask
>if they supply 'the catch'.
>Once upon a time I asked this very question. I was handed a small
>magazine called 'the catch' which is dedicated to helping gay people find
>lovers in London.
>No wonder he eyed me up when I asked for it ;o)
called "Catch" which had something to do with handicrafts IIRC, and
by all accounts another ffrom the environment agency to do with fishing.
Any more for any more?
The Little Paul who might have to dig out his boots n harness for the