70's Harlem Globetrotters Doing Their Thing! Saw them live with my Dad at Univ. of Florida

1971 Fleer Harlem Globetrotters Trading Cards Photographed by Ron Oatney. I saw these guys play in the late and early

Rupert Bear Annual 1965 - I had this one....my Nan used to buy me one every Christmas (right up until I was 35!!)

Rupert Annual, including Rupert's Magic Painting Pictures, United Kingdom, written and illustrated by Alfred Bestall, published by The Daily Express.

Meadowlark Lemon, Curly Neal and the Harlem Globetrotters

I saw the Harlem Globetrotters play at Capital Centre back when they had Curly Neal and Meadowlark Lemon.

The 6 Million Dollar Man Action Figure complete with telescope eye was one of my fav possessions

The 6 Million Dollar Man Action Figure; complete with telescope eye. and rubber skin to peel off an arm to reveal bionic detailing (inspiration for The Terminator's self-surgery in the original film?


It's frothy man!… so this is why my grandad always used to say that! Sort of cloudy, and probably contained banned additives - CRESTA soft drink TV ads

In 1956, the Premium Bonds scheme was first announced

The Premium Bonds saving scheme was first announced in 1956 and my grandfather bought worth for me when I was born in 1964 - I still have them, but I've never had a win.