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Ausrock Forums / Re: Happy
« Last post by deutros on Wed 04 Jul 2018 04:01:00 »
 :( Always great to have a member who has been AWOL for a long time to suddenly make an appearance zdsc so sorry to hear of your accident and the repercussions great to hear you're on the mend the good thing is that you'll fit right in here with memory loss and brain damage.  :Thumbup:)
Ausrock Forums / Re: Happy
« Last post by ozmuze on Tue 03 Jul 2018 19:00:23 »
What an amazing post to read!!
I was touched reading it and hope that zdsc continues his/her recovery and gets back as much normal function as is humanly possible.
Yes, this is a brilliant site for getting information about our Aussie artists and the people here are only too willing to give you the best, most accurate information possible.
Ausrock Forums / Re: Happy
« Last post by Newrace on Tue 03 Jul 2018 14:12:22 »
 :hihi: It is great having you back, I think the last time you were here was 7 years ago. I hope all is well in the future :thankyou1: :rnr: :punk: :Thumbup:)
Ausrock Forums / Happy
« Last post by zdsc on Tue 03 Jul 2018 11:29:06 »
I just wanted to say how happy I am to discover that this forum is still going.  I was a blog follower about a decade ago, and when it stopped and moved here, I joined and was semi-active for a while.  I'm from the UK, but I've been a fan of Australian music for years and I've struggled so much to get information about Australian bands here in the UK, so the blog/forum were absolutely brilliant.

...but then life really got in the way - and the killer blow was that I stopped listening to music altogether after a traumatic brain injury (it was too "stimulating" for my struggling brain). 

Anyway, I've been listening to music again for a few years now...and I was sitting at my PC the other night, and I suddenly remembered the existence of this site.  (It sounds like nothing, but when you've been hit with memory problems following an accident, it was a big, "OH YES!" moment). I just wanted to say how happy I was to log on the other week and find that you're all still here.  I was amazed to find that you're still going, and I just wanted to express my appreciation.   :Thumbup:)
Ausrock Forums / Photobucket
« Last post by MrPurser on Wed 27 Jun 2018 23:32:48 »
For all the members of Midoztouch 2 who had issues with Photobucket and its 500 image limit, I've been deleting all the old posts for Midoz and started new ones for this site - works fine.  If you go into Photobucket, select an image from your library, there's a wheel-like image on the right of the ones displayed which, if you select, will present a set of options - one of which is 'Delete' - select that and the image is deleted - only lets you do about 10 at a time.

Lets have a Winge / Re: Socceroos in Russia
« Last post by dusty on Wed 27 Jun 2018 13:32:13 »
Think they was fighting pretty good  in all 3  match   the defence is OK   they just need some  better technicals frontrunners  to make goals

3 times  i the WM  1974  - 2006  & now   ain't bad  in my eyes   so just wait   4-or 8 years  then the Roos  will be there each time 

Wikipedia  says

Soccer, also known as football, is the most played outdoor team sport in Australia,and ranks in the top ten for television audience.

Lets have a Winge / Re: Socceroos in Russia
« Last post by Tomado on Wed 27 Jun 2018 10:11:27 »
It's over  :smash:)

Lets have a Winge / Re: Socceroos in Russia
« Last post by Tomado on Tue 26 Jun 2018 12:56:07 »
Still, when one's country is participating in such a huge tournement, surely one can only support them?
Well at least that's my opinion and what I do. Even if it's tossing marbles or whatever.
Fact is it's not going that crescendo with international rugby (Ireland 1-2), cricket (whitewash in uk) and hockey.
I blame lack of home-support, it's very much debet for the recent bad results.
But hay  :wtf:
Lets have a Winge / Re: Socceroos in Russia
« Last post by deutros on Tue 26 Jun 2018 02:14:01 »
Never really been a fan of soccer/football Tom even though I played it as a kid Rugby League is my go and the mighty Blues cleaned up on Sunday
Help Me Identify This / Re: Help Identifying An Artist From The Fifties
« Last post by SunnyToo on Mon 25 Jun 2018 02:19:12 »

Thanks Rusty, I'm truly impressed that you found it.


Now I wonder why the acetate was cut.
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