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3 minutes ago, mikel said:

Well done Bryan, he remembers his roots.

I suspect his sons don't identify with their Dad's roots...

Friends of mine have been unfortunate enough to encounter Otis in his role as Joint Master of the South Shropshire Hunt!

 

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1 minute ago, Leonard Smalls said:

I suspect his sons don't identify with their Dad's roots...

Friends of mine have been unfortunate enough to encounter Otis in his role as Joint Master of the South Shropshire Hunt!

 

Quite. He seems to all intents a bit of a Richard. Doubt his dad is very proud. I am with Sting where gifting money to children is concerned. You make your own way in the World and appreciate what you get by working for it.

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Even a big name from the past doesn't sell very many albums these days. Bryan would probably make more money, for his band and crew, by selling his Bentley.

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There's always one ,  isn't there ?

Good man Bryan,  and what music that man has made over the decades

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Good on him. I'd rather work for someone very well off who thought that way than somone very well off who didn't.

3 hours ago, Leonard Smalls said:

Joint Master of the South Shropshire Hunt!

I think that role needs redefining. Get them all wondering if, like, what's in it for the fox, man? Maybe we can just dress up and ride around and then go to the pub, and not do the terror and violence bit? And change that hunting horn for fuzz guitar or something, dude.

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4 hours ago, Leonard Smalls said:

 

Friends of mine have been unfortunate enough to encounter Otis in his role as Joint Master of the South Shropshire Hunt!

 

 

Apart from his appalling Hunt actics,   ( caveman sport , Otis and that ilk haven't evolved ? )   didnt he get done for peeing on an Epitaph or something ?

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6 minutes ago, fleabag said:

 

Apart from his appalling Hunt actics,   ( caveman sport , Otis and that ilk haven't evolved ? )   didnt he get done for peeing on an Epitaph or something ?

I think you mean the stepson of Dave Gilmour?

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4 hours ago, gjones said:

Even a big name from the past doesn't sell very many albums these days. Bryan would probably make more money, for his band and crew, by selling his Bentley.

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I'd like to see a 'normal' person try and park like that at Sycamore Gap. They'd get shunted off the road by an angry farmer within 60 seconds.

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2 hours ago, Mickeyboro said:

I think you mean the stepson of Dave Gilmour?

Ah, probably...i got a smidge mixed up

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I thought it was the stepson of Mr Gilmour who .........

EDIT - no, my mistake. As you were :ph34r:

Anyway, well done Bryan!

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I was Incorrect - propaganda bull$h1t

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I met him a Heathrow once. I can only speak as I find, but he was very polite and approachable.

Fair play to him for doing something for the worker bees.

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13 hours ago, wateroftyne said:

I'd like to see a 'normal' person try and park like that at Sycamore Gap. They'd get shunted off the road by an angry farmer within 60 seconds.

I think its Steel Rigg car park.

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56 minutes ago, mikel said:

I think its Steel Rigg car park.

You’re right - I just think of it as Sycamore Gap ‘cos that’s where I walk to from it.

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13 hours ago, bazzbass said:

saw him live in the late 70s, great performer

good on him

Thats definitely better than seeing him dead!

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I'm not surprised he's done this. He's a nice bloke. A band I used to be in played support for him once. He was very down to earth and chatted with us, even complemented us after our set. 

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