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scottishtv
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I guess he might be trying to make a joke about cuts to the number of frontline police officers, or something. I'm probably giving him too much credit though.
Jason
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I’m waiting for someone in the latest death thread to blame Brexit for Jeremy Kyle’s axing.
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scottishtv
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Jason wrote: Sun 23 Jun, 2019 14.15 I’m waiting for someone in the latest death thread to blame Brexit for Jeremy Kyle’s axing.
A variant of this point has already been made by a ridiculous contributor elsewhere:

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Why would anyone join a forum just to ask " Is Jim Bowen still alive?"
TIGHazard
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How has that Big TV thread in Websites made it to 5 pages?

https://tvforum.uk/mediawebsites/big-tv-44099/
james2001
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Because of the poster sound_bites, who I'm pretty convinced is the person behind it despite their denials, who keeps bumping the thread up whenever it's been inactive for a few weeks.
JetixFann450
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james2001 wrote: Sat 29 Jun, 2019 10.41 Because of the poster sound_bites, who I'm pretty convinced is the person behind it despite their denials, who keeps bumping the thread up whenever it's been inactive for a few weeks.
Most of his/her posts have only been on the "Big TV" thread, so yeah there's no way it isn't him/her.
I'm that guy from that forum. No, not this one.
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Dan wrote:
duke1401 wrote:Out of interest, what is the general consensus as to when the 'heyday' of this forum was, when it was at its peak?
In 1924, when this was posted:
John Logie Baird wrote:Have just given the first demonstration of my television apparatus, constructed from a tea chest, biscuit tin and sealing wax. I transmitted the image of a Maltese cross several feet across my attic workshop. The invited audience were amazed apart from MartinDTAnderson who said I had not conformed to the safe areas.
"He has to be larger than bacon"
james2001
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BM11's back, telling us how the BBC's going to be shut down as a result of the salary figures being published.
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Pete wrote: Wed 03 Jul, 2019 08.18
Dan wrote:
duke1401 wrote:Out of interest, what is the general consensus as to when the 'heyday' of this forum was, when it was at its peak?
In 1924, when this was posted:
John Logie Baird wrote:Have just given the first demonstration of my television apparatus, constructed from a tea chest, biscuit tin and sealing wax. I transmitted the image of a Maltese cross several feet across my attic workshop. The invited audience were amazed apart from MartinDTAnderson who said I had not conformed to the safe areas.
Possibly the greatest TV Forum post.
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I’ve just noticed, after reading back the Top Gear thread for the latest series, that the user ‘ttt’ got banned or had their account disabled at the start of the month, and went back and wiped the first page of their posts:

https://tvforum.uk/forums/search/ttt
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