Members Daily Post: 22/08/18 (complete)

ALL TIPS x9, Section 1 (comp), test zone , York ‘through the card’ notes / stats report/ + Qualifiers / Stats/trends x2 …

1.All Qualifiers Against Stats Pack/Ratings Pointers

2.Any Tips/Notes (Daily Tips/Festival Tips/other thoughts)

3.Micro System Test Zone

4.Any general messages/updates etc


1.All Qualifiers Against Stats Pack/Ratings Pointers



1.55 – 

Spoof (micro class) 40/1 UP

Copper Knight (m runs) I3 16/1 UP



2.40 – Chasing The Rain (2YO) 9/1 UP

4.55 – 

Qasr (3yo+, + m age) 14 ES+  7/1 S3A

Savannah Moon (3yo+, +m class) 12/1 UP

Sioux Frontier (m class/distance move) G3 10/1 UP

5.55 – Unite The Clans (3yo+,+m class/age) 14ES+ 28/1 S3A



2.50 – New Rich (all hncps 5 yrs) ES+I3 G3 11/1 S3A# UP

5.10 – 

United Kingdom (all hncps) 8/1 UP

Andalusite (m class) H3 I1 4/1 S2 WON 4/1>5/2




6.00- Mr McGuinness (all hncps) 9/1 

8.00 –

His Dream (m class) w1H3 10/3 

Phoenix Rock (m class) 16/1 S2A 




H1/H3= HorseRaceBase Top Rated or Top 3 Rated (at time of posting)

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2.Any Tips/Notes (Daily Tips/Festival Tips/other thoughts)

Daily Tips (2017 Sept-Dec: 31/176, +110.75) (2018: 22/224,80p, +13.4) (1 point win bets) Festival Tips (2018: +177.5)

Daily Tips

A trip to Carlisle today for all four… ALL 1 point win as usual…

2.40 – Chasing The Rain – 7/1 (gen) UP

4.25 – Show Palace – 8/1 (gen) UP

4.55 – Savannah Moon – 12/1 (WH/BV) 11/1 (gen) UP

5.25 – Foxrush Take Time – 33/1 (bet365/BV) 28/1 (gen)  UP


that’s it for Daily Tips, 08.43…write ups to follow after i’ve looked at 4.15 and done write ups for York…prob be after 10. In 4.25 i’ll mention Foxtrot Knight as a recent losing tip, I may have 1/4 on just to sooth any pain if he somehow wins, but not sure price is overly generous and I should probably be more disciplined! In the 4.55, I will have 1/4 on I’m Dapper Too, simply because if I fancy the selection, given their form ties in closely, worth a nibble at 11s. I fully expect Andalusite to make all, or give it a good go, in the 5.10 Bright but 10/3 a bit short for me. The one to beat though to my eye. 

Chasing The Rain…worth a go at the odds I think as those that have run haven’t done much to my eye and this well bred sort may not have to be that special. The trainer/jockey stats etc were just too compelling for me to leave I thought… with all 2 year olds at the track Burke is 15/45,24p, +52, 14/37,21p + 54 in non handicaps (that makes his two in the 3.15 of some interest also) – that’s in the last 5 years. 3/6,5p when Clifford Lee is on, and he’s riding well at the moment. Burke is 7/24,14p with all runners here in the last year and 5/19,9p with 1st time out 2 year olds here in the last 5 years, +15. One of those micros to back blind probably as this does appear to be one of his target tracks. This one has some stamina in the blood but also the off 2YO winner, and over sprint trips, so maybe this stiff 6 will be ideal first time up. She may need it, or will go whoosh! I’ll pay to find out given the numbers 

Show Palace… I believe this one was much bigger last night and earlier on but on what my eyes could see when looking, 8s was still value to my eyes. This one drops back into a C4 for the first time since his last win and I expect him to run the best race of his season to date. The yard are going well enough, he’s a CD winner, he’s 3lb below that last win and G Lee steps back in the plate…he is 5/8,7p on the horse in handicaps. He’s well drawn and has a fair bit of pace to track. He should relish this softer turf and with any luck can go close. Of course he could just be out of form, rather than being outclassed/running on ground too firm. 

Savannah Moon…another who looked over priced given her CD win last season which came in this grade and with cut in the ground. She also won at Pontefract over 10f in soft on her first run of the season and could be the stoutest stayer in this line up, at her best. She’s proven in conditions, including the softer turf/trip, which a few in here are not. This is her first run back on soft since that win and she drops in class from that last run. While she sees out 10f, and in the context of today’s opponents maybe one one of the better stayers, i’m not sure she stays 11 or 12f as on her last two starts. Although she may not have appreciated the going on either time. I thought she was overpriced here and would run a good race. One of the pace angles has since come out which would concern me as she wouldn’t want a dawdle but hopefully the jockey is wise to it and has her further forward. I’m Dapper Too came second to her in that Carlisle run and if he bounced back to his best in theory there shouldn’t be much between them, so may be worth a saver. Of course something else may beat the pair! 

Foxrush Take Time… this one has been ‘Taylored’ I think (must have been reading the blog again! 🙂 )  but in any case 28s generally was too big and an over-reaction to that last run. I tipped him LTO and at 28s I didn’t need much of an invite to have another go, and I probably need this more cavalier attitude with a few more recent losing tips at double figure prices. He was keen in the first time blinkers there and didn’t look straightforward, handing across the track but running on in an eye catching fashion. I’m not sure what went on but he appeared to make up plenty of ground in the mid part of the race before plugging on. And he gave away plenty of ground have started more centre/nearside and ending up on the far rail. It may be he needs to go left handed with a bend, or be drawn low on a straight track, as he wouldn’t want to hand left here today either. He may take to the headgear better today and he has enough C5 form from last year to suggest he has wins in him. He’s back up in class and in a 3YO only handicap but it looks open enough. He really could do anything here today, and I couldn’t resist at the odds. 11s is looking skinny now but that’s just due to the volume of money from Hugh’s followers, rather than an indication as to his chance I think. He may drift back out, but Guest has biggies go in so no worries if he does.



York ‘Festival’ Tips 


Copper Knight – 1 point win – 18/1 (betfS/PP) 16/1 (gen) UP 

Line of Reason – 1 point win – 20/1 (betfS/PP) 16/1 (gen) UP

Eastern Impact – 1 point win – 16/1 (gen) UP (best of those middle/low)

Ah, damn. Eastern Impact has run well, drawn in 10 I hoped he may track Final Venture but both split..high dominated and maybe it was just down to pace, unless a track bias albeit the far side was meant to be a shade faster on the stick, so I could be wrong. Eastern Impact and Fashion Queen did best of those middle/low. Winners in waiting maybe. I wasn’t near to the winner. He was on the trends shortlist and that’s always a positive but at 10s/11s this morning I was happy to dodge. Thought may be something better treated but he does like York and is ultra consistent. The top 3 had the top 3 course speed ratings in Inform, and maybe i’ll pay closer attention to that for the rest of the meeting, esp in handicaps. 



Natural Scenery – 1 point win – 9/1 (gen)

Northwest Frontier – 1 point win – 10/1 (betfS/Lad/Coral/others) 9/1 (gen) 

(Bedrock and Manjaam made my shortlist of 4) 

That’s it for ALL tipping content, 09.29…  write ups for the ‘Festival Tips’ are on the Free post. 


Blessed To Empress, one of the two horses I have 5% in trained by Amy Murphy, runs in the 2.50 Brighton. Sadly I can’t make it but Amy reports her as ready to go at home, and felt she was ready to make her return after a short break. This looks a very winnable race to my eyes and she’s been running in races that have produced plenty of winners. The handicapper is relenting and she’s back in an all age handicap here and a class 6. She’s hated firm going the last few runs, changing legs numerous times in each of those three runs. I don’t think she took to CP LTO either and was marooned up the middle of the track. This ground doesn’t look to have as much sting in as those recent runs and if she repeated that Nottingham run she’d be bang there against this lot. We get the excellent services of Nicola Currie here and hopefully Blessed behaves for her- she’s only really done so when Lemos has ridden, so, anything could happen. He’s away at the moment but the horse needs to run. She may well be sharper for it but should be fit enough I think. Shel’ll be doing her best as always. I’ll have a sporting EW bet, I wouldn’t be overly confident as she’s yet to win on grass. We will run her back at Chelmsford plenty before the year is out no doubt, as she seems to like it there. Fingers crossed for a big run. 


3.Micro System Test Zone


R Fell

3.50 Carl – Fard

5.25 Carl- Al Ozzdi 

Top of the Class

2.40 Carl- Chasing The Rain 

3.15 Carl- Amelia R / Fflur 

5.55 Carl – Unite The Clans (8/1<) 


4.Any general messages/updates etc

York Ebor Meeting

York Ebor Meeting Stats Report: Read HERE>>>

I plan to attack this meeting as i’ve done with other Festivals this year. Hopefully it’s more Ascot than Goodwood! I will post any ‘qualifiers’ against those angles above, as starting points. 

Wednesday’s two races in focus will be the 1.50 and 4.15. 





Below I have pulled together the four strands of my ‘through the card pointers’, which are all in one place, on a race by race basis. With any luck if you plan to get involved in any race from York, you will find this information useful in helping with your analysis. It’s all fairly self explanatory. For previous ‘Festivals’ this approach has found plenty of winners, especially when a few horses ‘align’ across a few of the sections, and the ‘trainers in form’ have landed on a few biggies from memory. You may ignore them, just focus on a handful of races, use for placepot purposes etc etc. I’ll endeavour to get these complete by 7pm the night before in future. If you do fancy anything at York, esp if using anything below, do post a comment! 🙂 Let’s get to it…


York Day 1 : Through The Card Pointers


Trainer Race Pointers

Festivals/race trends…Trainers that have won said race 2x or more and have a runner

Trainers ‘in form’

’14Geegeez Symbol as per key (5+ runs last 14 days, 20% win sr OR 51%+ place (inc wins) sr)

Top Rated Runners

Those horses top rated on HorseRaceBase / Geegeez / Inform

Big Meeting Stats Qualifiers 

Those horses that hit at least one stat for my trainer/jockey/owner stats report for this Festival



Trainer Race Pointers

Tommy Taylor (trainer 2/15,3p)

Trainers ‘in form’


Top Rated Runners

Tis Marvellous / Final Venture / Final Venture

Big Meeting Stats Qualifiers


Tommy Taylor

Fashion Queen (8/1<)


Cultural (5/1< best)



Culturati (WB m1)

Fashion Queen (8/1<)


Culturati (9/1<)



Trainer Race Pointers

Broome (2/15,6p) / Persian Moon (2/17,3p)

Trainers ‘in form’


Top Rated Runners

Watan /Pogo / Persian Moon

Big Meeting Stats Qualifiers

Trainers /


James Street (15/2<)

Persian Moon

Phoenix of Spain

Owners /



Trainer Race Pointers

Sevenna Star (4/11,4p) / Kew Gardens – Nelson – The Pentagon – Zabriske (3/29,14p)

Trainers ‘in form’

Old Persian / Cross Counter / Sevenna Star

Top Rated Runners

 Cross Counter / Cross Counter / Cross Counter

Big Meeting Stats Qualifiers


Cross Counter (5/1< best)

Old Persian (5/1< best)


Sevenna Star (8/1<) ( FD m1/m3)

Old Persian (15/2<)


Cross Counter (9/1<)

Old Persian (9/1<)



Trainer Race Pointers

Saxon Warrior (5/35,9p) / Poets Word (3/19,8p) / Benbatl – Thunder Snow (2/12,4p)

Trainers ‘in form’

Poet’s Word / Thundering Blue / Latrobe / Roaring Lion / Without Parole

Top Rated Runners

Poets Word / Poets World / Poets Word

Big Meeting Stats Qualifiers


Poets Word (4/1<)


Without Parole (8/1<, FD m1/m2)

Poets Word (15/2<)


Benbatl (9/1<)

Thunder Snow (9/1<)



Trainer Race Pointers


Trainers ‘in form’

Genetic / Here And Now / Eye of The Storm

Top Rated Runners

Bedrock / Genetics / Watersmeet

Big Meeting Stats Qualifiers


Davy’s Dilemma


Speedo Boy (15/2<)

Manjaam (8/1<)


Natural Scenery (9/1<)



Trainer Race Pointers

Eljayeff – Gabrial The Wire – Absolute Dream (3/20,4p)

Trainers ‘in form’

Don Armado / Blyton / Thegreatestshowman  / Woodside Wonder

Top Rated Runners

Ginger Nut / Thegreatestshowman / The Great Heir

Big Meeting Stats Qualifiers


The Great Heir (16/1<)

Rathbone (16/1<)

Prince Elzaam (8/1<)

Blyton (8/1< best)


Gabrial The Wire

Absolute Dream

Barend Boy (16/1< best)


Prince Elzaam (8/1<)

Owners /



Day 1 Handicaps In Focus 

1.55: 5.5f Handicap

9/158, 34p

9/9 carried 8-13 to 9-7 (exc claims)

  • 9-8+ : 0/28,4p
  • 8-12< : 0/44,4p
  • 7/9 carried 9-4 to 9-7

9/9 had 4+ runs this season (3<, 0/30,3p)

9/9 ran within last 25 days.

  • 26+ : 0/31, 4p

8/9 Top 9 in weights

  • 10th or lower: 1/67,9p

8/9 had run at Group 3 or above

  • 8/81,19p
  • Had not: 1/77, 15p

8/9 had 1+ class win

  • 0: 1/62,13p

Track LTO

  • Goodwood: 5/44,11p, +34


  • K Ryan: 2/15,3p
  • 1x: Chapple-Hyam/ A Carroll/P Midgley/T Easterby/M Dods/ D Ivory


Shortlist: 8-13 to 9-7, 4+ runs this season, ran within last 25 days…leaves 7…. 

El Astronaute / Tommy Taylor / Tanasoq / Gracious John / Copper Knight / Line of Reason / Watchable 



4.15:  2m ½ F handicap

9/138, 31p

9/9 aged 4 or 5

  • 6+ : 0/50, 5p

7/7 (UK run LTO) running same class or drop 1

  • Up 1 or 2: 0/41,7p

8/9 drawn 7+

  • 1-6: 1/52, 7p

7/9 sent off 8/1 or shorter

7/9 6th or lower in the weights

  • Top 6: 2/51, 9p


  • Top 2 LTO: 0/34,8p

Trainers: No trainer has won this more than once since inception

  • 1x: D Weld / R Beckett/ A Martin/ M Tompkins / A King / B Ellison / E Dunlop / JJ Quinn / M Johnston
  • Irish based trainers 2/9,3p (none this year)


Shortlist: Age 4 or 5, running at same class or drop in class…(albeit those moving up are have enough places to suggest that may go one day) leaves 5…

Natural Scenery / Northwest Frontier / Hochfeld / Soldier in Action / Manjaam 


That’s all for today.


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      1. Won here in May and easy to discount stiff track/higher class runs since.
        Cheekpieces, Crowley and a slightly longer trip look favourable factors too 28/1.
        The other one I like is Holmeswood with SDS up for Dods who targets the meeting with his sprinters. Good run lto and there was early interest when the books opened now 11/1.
        Both are drawn in the middle which is a doubt.

        1. According to BHA readings this morning centre slightly faster than anywhere else so might be a plus to be in the middle unless they all try and go there.

          1. I thought that you had to be drawn low over 5F here? Or is the watering interfering with the draw?? Holmeswood in stall 15.

  1. No joy at Kempton today, -4pts. Back to Kempton tomorrow evening. Just the two qualifiers:
    5.45 Molly Mai 4/1
    8.45 Exchequer 12/1

    1pt win each.

    Good Luck

    1. Hi Ken, not off the top of my head. I need to do a results update for last 3 weeks or so, or what may be 4 again come the end of this week! As of 5th of August since inception it was 6/31,7-, -0.25, but no idea what it’s done in last few weeks. It looks likely to find enough winners as useful ‘starting points’, but time will tell if it will work systematically. I’ll try and get an update done at some point, in York mode at the moment, as well as all the daily stuff. Josh

  2. Using the stats above I’ve had a go at narrowing down the York 1.50 and it comes down to three.
    Gracious John
    Tommy Taylor
    Line of Reason

    I suppose with the trainer stats then Tommy Taylor comes out as the main choice.

    However looking through the form of the field it surely must be only a matter of time before the real Eastern Impact turns up again? V well handicapped to say the least. Saver for me.

    1. What about Tanasoq at 16/1? The horse was winning like nobody’s business earlier in the year and now the ground has softened up a bit we may be back in business?

      1. Well according to Turftrax the going is G/F for the home straight and no rain forecast so no softening there. I think others are better than it but what do I know!.

        1. I think that the ground will be at its best on the first day and may then firm up as we go? I would have thought that they would water to stop it drying too much out so early in a busy week?

          We shall know come 2 PM, who knows?

      1. Agreed but so was the Gifted Master. Certainly wouldn’t just rely on stats in a race like this and the horse has ran well off similar breaks. The other one he falls on is he hasn’t won a class 2 race although he has won a listed one so I think he has proven class. I did also like the fact that Midgley is 1/5,4p in this race in the past 3 years and going by the jockey booking this doesn’t appear to be a prep run.

      2. yea the stats are not the strongest in this race really, plenty of samples <50 which always makes me more cautious, and there haven't been many in this race had 60+ days off, so best judging horse/trainer etc. He's gone well fresh but unlike Nick I didn't think he was big enough. If i'm wrong with my three, hopefully he's spot on as I'm on obviously, and tipped by SP2A also. Hopefully one of us is right! Won't be a great start to the day if we're not haha.

    1. Nick
      One of your old tips just won at 6/1 at Carlisle Cosmic Chatter. I had a wee nibble for old times sake. Cheers


      1. Yeah saw he was running Mike but I need a strong opinion to get involved in Gentleman Amateur races (plus I was out last night and had a few drinks so erred on the side of caution)

  3. 13:55 York Harome. Horse fits a load of MY trends, which are more cobbled together than other more logical ones and probably weightless in some areas compared to others but cobbled specifically to narrow the field down to around a handful of runners.Gracious John, Copper Knight, Line Of Reason, Eastern Impact
    and Harome. Of them Harome has a the best profile for me and is a decent price with jock and trainer in form. Is 20/1 now with 2nd, 3rd or 4th as a money back bet with Sky too. I’ll go for it win and e/w.

  4. I don’t know how this will look once posted as this site sometimes has a habit of mashing up anything pasted but here’s my cobbled stats so here goes….

    Origin of Horse
    (GB) (IRE)

    Sex of Horse (M/F) Male

    Horse Age NOT Exactly 3

    Official Rating Between 92 And 104

    Distance Move
    Down 0.5f Up 0.5f

    H-Run (Season) Between 4 And 8

    H-Win% (Career) Between 14% And 25%

    Jockeys Claim

    T-Win% (7 Days) Between 0% And 19%

    T-Win% (14 Days) NOT Between 0% And 5%

    (LR) Race Code

    (LR) Track
    Ascot Doncaster Goodwood Ripon York

    (LR) Race Class
    Class 1 Class 2 Class 3

    (LR) Days Since Run Between 4 And 25

    gives all the winners and 3 2nd’s too so gone for forecasts and tricasts on the 5

    That’s my mentalist betting one for the week!! back to grinding!!

  5. Gone for Manjaam in the 16:15 for more cobbled stats and profiles over Natural Scenery, Hochfeld and Here And Now. Goodnight.

  6. Recent Tips
    C 4.25 – Foxtrot Knight on 2nd run
    C 5.25 – Foxrush Take Time on 2nd run
    Y 1.55 – Copper Knight on 2nd run

    A few weeks ago I posted that I am backing all losing tips over 3 runs if the odds were sufficient to recoup losses. If anyone’s interested in the p/l I’ll post on yesterday’s so not taking loads of space on todays’.

    1. Thanks for posting these Titus, yes I’d love to see the stats please. Are you stopping after a win in the 3 runs?

      1. Hi Linda,
        Yes, as soon as they win I stop.
        When I’ve completed the p/l I’ll put a note on here saying it’s ready to view, might be an hour or 2 yet.

        1. Thanks Mike… no need for weekly updates necessarily but totals at end/beginning of each new month would be great if/when you get time! 🙂 No hope in hell with my Festival coverage of me keeping on top of them and it’s much appreciated.


    5.10 Brighton Fieldsman BOG 9/4 Won a class 3 at Newmarket in may 2016,last 2 runs class 3 Ascot and a 2nd at Wolverhampton,Griffiths is traveling from Wales to Brighton for this class 6 race,not the best journey so feel that it will be off today for ground and distance suit.

    1. The trainer has two runners at the meeting, he also has Lucky Beggar in the 4.35. But they both have a chance. Good luck to you.

  8. Josh
    Didn’t you have a Willie Mullins system for the Ebor meeting with horses that had run at the Galway festival ?

    1. I can’t remember but have just taken a look, I can’t think it would have been Mullins specific…so,
      All Ebor Festival Runners that ran at Galway Festival LTO

      8/44,18p, +70

      So, any worth a look. Today…
      2.25 – Broome

      4.15 – Bedrock

      1/15,5p last two years. Trainers… Mullins 2/9,3p, Weld 2/3, Martin 3/11,8p, Elliot 1/1.

      Over 10.5f or further… 8/31,15p, +80. (since 2003)

      Bedrock hits that (may need to have another 5 on him!)

      Good spot, we’d best keep an eye on that… if you get the chance to post any ‘qualifiers’ for the days to come, that would be great! 🙂


    1. He has been ‘taylored’ I believe! He did make a fascinating mid race move LTO, maybe that looked interesting to the sectional boys and girls! He’ll drift back out I suspect, not sure the move is any relation to his chance.

  9. Chris M Selections:
    14:50 – New Rich (11/1 gen)

    14:05 – Ypres (25/1 Bet365/Sky, 18/1 gen)

    19:30 – This Lovely Lady (25/1 gen)

    Couple of big priced pokes there, hopefully one lands. Good luck with your betting today 🙂

    1. Good luck Chris, you’ve certainly been doing well since posting and long may it last!
      I hope for Blessed’s sake tat New Rich doesn’t win albeit if she fails then I’ll cheer him on, did have a nibble as S3A# but thought he had plenty of questions…a bloody poor race though!

      1. Cheers Josh, hopefully I can keep up the nice run I am having at the moment. I’ve got a fiver on Blessed so either way for me I’m happy. New Rich does have a lot of questions to answer but he seems to be returning to some kind of form and his mark is coming down well below his highest winning mark, I think 2 points off his last winning mark as well. Just seemed a high price giving the quality in the race. If his apprentice pilot can ride him from deep correctly he has a chance.

  10. Excellent racing today – At York, 1.55 Tanasoq and 4.15 Speedo Boy, win singles and each way double.
    Apart from Atzeni all of the top jockeys are at York. He is at Brighton to ride for Sir Michael, 2.15 Kings Girl and 3.25 Procedure. Sir mark teams up with Luke Morris for one at Brighton, 4.00 Final Rock. Atzeni and SDS head off to Kempton this evening. Gosden and Havlin team up in the 8.15 with Perfection.
    Gordon Elliott has four at Carlisle. Interestingly Jamie Codd rides for him in the 2.05 First Bombardment.
    At Worcester Richard Johnson and Barry Greaghty ride. Plus the Skeltons are there. Richard Fahey runs one in a claiming hurdle, 7.00 Judge Earle.

    So apart from the two above. I like Roaring Lion and Cross Counter at York.

    I will do a Yankee with those I have mentioned at Brighton plus Perfection at KP. I wll also do the Elliott Yankee at Carlisle.

    I have tested the £500 limit bet at Bet Victor and they allowed me one but not two. We shall see how it goes?

    Good luck.

  11. From my Speed improvers:
    1:55 Holmswood @ 12/1 E-Way
    4:15 Northwest Frontier @ 10/1 E-Way
    Prices from last night

  12. Well done Josh, you read it perfectly, battled away well there, bet you are buzzing – fully deserved. Congratulations!!

  13. Well that’s made the day somewhat! She always tries, that attitude gets you competitive in plenty of races at that grade. Superb ride as well, 3lb prob helped also but a shade cosily. A great syndicate horse, 3x wins now. All at nice prices, which is a bonus!

  14. In the 4.50 at York, I have been watching Woodside Wonder all season. No time to do any analysis as I’m away but 20s ew is tempting

    1. That’s all I need for an interest tickle in a race like that! GL Yet to look through the race/my pointers above.

    1. Nice one Brian after the event,shame you could not share it prior to the race.
      Where did this micro come from and would you mind sharing the figures of this micro.

  15. Fieldsman backed from 9/4 to 6/4 things are not going my way at the moment,couple of unlucky in running and a fair few seconds,it will turn in our favor again soon.

    1. hi colin,

      i don’t profess to be a guru and someone that should be followed ……….. just have a black book bulging with allsorts of idiotsocrancies :O) …. but i do believe this one was from someone on here who put it up ……. months ago ?

      hey ho onward and forwards !
      bc :O)

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