Pete the Feet

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About Pete the Feet

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    Wammer

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    Rochdale, , United K
  • Real Name
    Mr Feet

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  • Turn Table
    LP12
  • Digital Source 1
    In the attic
  • Digital Source 2
    Squeeze Touch
  • DAC
    Rega
  • Integrated Amp
    Accuphase e212
  • My Speakers
    Harbeth SHL5

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  1. Pete the Feet

    On this day...

    Clifden
  2. Pete the Feet

    Ideal logic 30 combi

    Thet used to manufacture multi point water heaters back in the day before combis were the norm. A combi without the heating part if you like. Quite a decent unit by all accounts back in the 70's. Sent from my Sony Digimus Thingy using Crapatalk
  3. Pete the Feet

    Fixing Stuff

    Leave Mrs Eddie with the hosepipe otherwise given a shovel she may use it for purposes of disciplinary adjustment. Sent from my Sony Digimus Thingy using Crapatalk
  4. Pete the Feet

    Why should we pay for rich people to get married?

    Here's another one on the gravy train: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-45854824 A fortune built on tax evasion and government bailouts/handouts.
  5. Pete the Feet

    WW1 in colour

    I was expecting something a Saving Private Ryan or the superior Band of Brothers type production. I went to a lot of trouble to watch it by way of obtaining a Droid box, which I didn't need then loading it up with the usual free movie apps. The prime reason for box was so that I could watch Dunkirk. I remember buying my first DVD player so that I could watch Band of Brothers on some foreign DVD's before the official release of them in the UK. It was worth the effort in that case. I remember reading the screenplay book of the Band of Brothers whilst in Rouen on my way to Paris. The Paris part of the trip was cancelled and I immediately headed off on my first trip to Normandy.
  6. Pete the Feet

    WW1 in colour

    I was so looking forward to the Dunkirk film and ended up so disappointed. Half arsed script, half arsed direction, very poor.
  7. Pete the Feet

    I have got tickets to see .......................

    A mate of mine recently saw this show at the Bridgewater Hall Manchester. He mentions it every time I see him. Great show by all accounts with a full playing of Suppers Ready off Foxtrot. What more could a proper Genesis fan want, apart from Gabriel on vocals of course. Sent from my Sony Digimus Thingy using Crapatalk
  8. Pete the Feet

    Stan & Ollie

    This should be interesting. Quite a remarkable duo, with the hard working genius of Stan Laurel often overlooked. Sent from my Sony Digimus Thingy using Crapatalk
  9. Pete the Feet

    Amusing news stories (Brexit-free thread)

    Double post or should I say double billed.
  10. Pete the Feet

    Amusing news stories (Brexit-free thread)

    The quacking assassin was awarded two feathers and a beak. Sent from my Sony Digimus Thingy using Crapatalk
  11. Pete the Feet

    Why should we pay for rich people to get married?

    Out of common decency the hangers on such as this example should be having a quiet private affair in one of their many private chapels. There is absolutely no need for such wanton extravagance that the taxpayer has to foot the bill for extra security. No doubt her pushy mother and snotty father have demanded such extravagance. Sent from my Sony Digimus Thingy using Crapatalk
  12. Pete the Feet

    Normandy '44: The Battle Beyond D-Day

    I found this on Youtube after having read this thread:
  13. Pete the Feet

    "The Man in the High Castle"

    Third season now on. I've given it another try but I find it a bit slow in the dialogue, it makes me want to yawn. I'll stick with it perhaps when I am more awake. The subject is interesting but some of the dialogue scenes move a little too slowly to keep me interested/awake. It may pick up.
  14. Pete the Feet

    What are you reading?

    You may find this interesting Dave: http://rochdaleliteraturefestival.co.uk/whats-on/a-short-evening-with-stuart-maconie/ Next week Stuart is giving a talk on this book at Rochdale Literature festival. I was thinking of attending. I have read his Cider with Roadies book and found it interesting and entertaining.
  15. Pete the Feet

    On this day...

    Was he in a diesel van? Sent from my Sony Digimus Thingy using Crapatalk