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SIXTYNINER

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Re: Primark..Fire.
« Reply #75 on: November 12, 2018, 12:34:02 AM »
john dossers was on high street
 this is not ment to be funny
it was called the sixty nine club

WELL  MARGARET I LIKE IT, A CLUB NAMED AFTER ME HA..   I WAS STILL AT SCHOOL  AND MY COUSIN AND I USE TO GO TO THIS PLACE CALLED THE GIG.  MY PARENTS WOULD HAVE KILLED ME IF THEY HAD KNOWN.  I LOVED IT AND MY COUSIN AND I  WOULD SEE  A LOT OF MY SCHOOL FRIENDS THAT LIVED DOWN THAT WAY.  THIS PLACE WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE A  REPUTATION , I NEVER SAW ANYTHING.  IT WAS OVER CARRICK HILL?   LIZ :-*
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Re: Primark..Fire.
« Reply #76 on: November 12, 2018, 03:04:50 PM »
WELL  MARGARET I LIKE IT, A CLUB NAMED AFTER ME HA..   I WAS STILL AT SCHOOL  AND MY COUSIN AND I USE TO GO TO THIS PLACE CALLED THE GIG.  MY PARENTS WOULD HAVE KILLED ME IF THEY HAD KNOWN.  I LOVED IT AND MY COUSIN AND I  WOULD SEE  A LOT OF MY SCHOOL FRIENDS THAT LIVED DOWN THAT WAY.  THIS PLACE WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE A  REPUTATION , I NEVER SAW ANYTHING.  IT WAS OVER CARRICK HILL?   LIZ :-*

SIXTY  THE JIG WAS IN COATES STREET NOT FAR FROM DIVIS STREET
 THE ONLY PEOPLE EVER WENT TO IT WERE TEENAGERS
FROM THE FALLS ,THE HILL BALLYMURPHY NEWLODGE PLACES LIKE THAT
JUSTS KIDS ENJOYING THEM SELVES
IT S ONLY REPUTATION I INEW ABOUT WAS IT HAD THE BEST JIVERS
IT HAD THE ODD   FIGHT BUT PLACES LIKE thePLAZA HAD MORE
IM GLAD YOU ENJOYED IT   I DID
STILL OPEN IN LATE 60S :-*

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Re: Primark..Fire.
« Reply #77 on: November 12, 2018, 04:29:02 PM »
SIXTY  THE JIG WAS IN COATES STREET NOT FAR FROM DIVIS STREET
 THE ONLY PEOPLE EVER WENT TO IT WERE TEENAGERS
FROM THE FALLS ,THE HILL BALLYMURPHY NEWLODGE PLACES LIKE THAT
JUSTS KIDS ENJOYING THEM SELVES
IT S ONLY REPUTATION I INEW ABOUT WAS IT HAD THE BEST JIVERS
IT HAD THE ODD   FIGHT BUT PLACES LIKE thePLAZA HAD MORE
IM GLAD YOU ENJOYED IT   I DID
STILL OPEN IN LATE 60S :-*

HEY MARGARET SO  WE'RE JIGERS HA . MY COUSIN AND I HAD SO MUCH FUN THERE.   I USE TO TAKE HER ROUND AND SHE WOULD END UP THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FLOOR.  I LOVED WATCHING EVERYONE ELSE DANCING, THEY HAD SO MUCH  "TALENT".  I WAS NOT VERY COORDINATED AND MUCH AS I TRIED , LETTING MY COUSIN TAKE ME ROUND, I ENDED  TAKING HER ROUND AND YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENED. HA.   NEVER HAD ANYTHING EVER HAPPEN TO US THERE BUT THE PLAZZA WAS GOOD EXCETP FOR SOME OF THE DIRT BAGS  THAT WENT THERE.  WE'LL LEAVE IT AT THAT.  LIZ :-*
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Re: Primark..Fire.
« Reply #78 on: November 13, 2018, 01:22:25 AM »
Thats a good idea. And it would increase footfall.
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« Reply #79 on: November 13, 2018, 01:44:31 AM »
It may have made economic sense to have the Christmas market in top end of Royal Avenue this year. It would have brought shoppers into that part of the city centre and there is no traffic there at present. The market looks a sight in the grounds of the City Hall.
Someone (many) somewhere is making money when the avenue is closed.
Sad to say....
Money is being thrown around at the minute.
Those at the coal face, having to close down. Sad.
Those in professions, drawing it out for their big expences .

Its all numbers these days. .then those making money of it, all round for a "prosecco" on a Friday afternoon to the nearest wine bar.
NUTS
We have become "over educated" and less "get on with it".
I smell a rat.