mustardman wrote:...once on it, and what was your handle? I was Mr. Nutz, fae Knightswood! I still have a book somewhere with a list of handles about the city, like Bob the Snob from Bearsden, Big Bomber from Haghill, Midnight Toker from Knightswood, Captain Mustard from Yoker....will look for it! Good wee hobby when I was younger.
big/davie wrote:the guy called "doberman" think his name was alex and silver rod was a guy called stevie and another not to be forgotten was cherry lips,that was girl called maggie,prob know you if you stayed in drumoyne,used to stay at 4 tormore stramor69 wrote:big/davie wrote:mine used to be italian stalion,please don't ask and no i aint hung like a horse had a wee amstrad 901(remember them)then moved up in the world and bought a rotel jvc 240 also had couple of wee midland rigs too,we used to nick the taxi ariels and sell them to people who had just bought cb's(sorry i was young and enterprising )although they were crap and hardly worked.
had a big silver rod on top of a scaffy pole on the roof and was loved by my neighbours ::): used to go to the famous car park in the sky and always took a wee 200watt burner with us and used a K40 mag mount on the car,everyone also loved us when we used that ::): sadly this was all many years ago,sprogs,women,old age,wrinkles and greying hair has all put a stop to it,but still have a nice wee rig and silver rod in my garage,ahh the memories.
anyone also remember the girls you used to talk to,then arranged an eyeball because they sounded so niceeeee ::): then met them and were errr slightly disapointed ::):
P.S Anyone give me a rig check and how am i hitting you ,great post
I seem to remember an Itallian Stallion from Ibrox. Was that
your "20" back then? I can recall a few handles from that area,
Doberman, Snowflake, Silver Rod. No doubt more will spring
to mind in the near future. My "20" was Drumoyne, (still is),
and there must have been about 30-40 people from there on
air during the cbing peak. This usually caused total chaos with
everyone bleeding over one another Then there was the
neighbours kicking up feck because their tv sets were going
crazy every I keyed the mike. ::): All the Drumoyne
breakers used to meet up at the snack bar at the Texaco
garage on Shieldhall Road at all sorts of hours of the night. I
had a good rummage earlier on and found one of my old
eyeball cards . I'll take a photo of it tomorrow and
ramor69 wrote:Jupiter-Returns wrote:Blimey, CB's 'crazy noises and distant voices' ::):
I'd love to get back on one if given the chance. There was a woman round my way when I was wee called 'Mental Lentil' she was on all the time and had some set-up. Anyone remember her? Cardonald?
btw, what does 'an eyeball' mean again...sounds so familiar.
'Side come in' ::): love it.
Yep, her name was May. She used to let everyone and anyone
into her house. Had some great times there . She used to
stay up the Moss Heights then moved to Queensland Dr.
Eyeball means a meeting which you would usually do after
chatting to someone for a while and getting to know them
a bit, either one to one or in a crowd. Just like the HG
nights out I guess.
Sorry big/davie just saw your last post
YokerBloke wrote:I remember going to Duplikats in Whiteinch around 1982 with my mate who loved CB to get his 'eyeball' cards done. I think he was 'Mr Blue Sky', an ELO fan.
ramor69 wrote:YokerBloke wrote:I remember going to Duplikats in Whiteinch around 1982 with my mate who loved CB to get his 'eyeball' cards done. I think he was 'Mr Blue Sky', an ELO fan.
I recall Chicken Choker, Judas Priest and Sid Vicious
from your neck of the woods back then.
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