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#431867 - 17th Sep 2010 9:03pm world in action - Birkenhead
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Some good scenes of the docks and north end.


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#431870 - 17th Sep 2010 9:08pm Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: Neil_c]
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might be a repost mate! think
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#431904 - 18th Sep 2010 12:00am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: TRANCENTRAL]
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That the 1 i thought was a spoof?

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#431908 - 18th Sep 2010 12:10am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: TRANCENTRAL]
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is that mickey in the video, the same mickey that lives down the north end now and used to run a bouncy castle hire buisness from the old warehouse by where the iceland is now,cannot remember his second name,used to put up castles for him.think he lives in arkle road.always chewing a match stick.

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#431913 - 18th Sep 2010 12:28am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: TRANCENTRAL]
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Originally Posted By: TRANCENTRAL
might be a repost mate! think

Repost or not TC. It is very interesting, It reminds us of today and the bygone years which relates to now!

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#431919 - 18th Sep 2010 12:50am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: Toaster]
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The second video after part one has finished play part two etc smile
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#431920 - 18th Sep 2010 12:55am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: _Ste_]
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when was this on smile
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#431921 - 18th Sep 2010 1:01am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: _Ste_]
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Thank you Ste X Now Im waiting for my next injection of truthfulness from the big bro documenter!


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#431922 - 18th Sep 2010 1:03am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: Toaster]
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Originally Posted By: TRANCENTRAL
might be a repost mate! think

Repost or not TC. It is very interesting, It reminds us of today and the bygone years which relates to now!
happy YERR as joe says what year?
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#431923 - 18th Sep 2010 1:15am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: TRANCENTRAL]
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#431930 - 18th Sep 2010 2:06am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: phalinmegob]
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Originally Posted By: phalinmegob
is that mickey in the video, the same mickey that lives down the north end now and used to run a bouncy castle hire buisness from the old warehouse by where the iceland is now,cannot remember his second name,used to put up castles for him.think he lives in arkle road.always chewing a match stick.
Do you mean mickey James,He died a few months ago,
I know/knew most of the people in that video,
most of them are no longer with us.
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#431957 - 18th Sep 2010 7:00am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: kimpri]
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Its no wonder a lot of those people are dead, thats what poverty and deprivation does, shortens lives. They were the product of a most uncaring government ever seen in modern times, with the most uncaring prime minister of all times.
In and around 1984 just like today there was this false belief that you were better off on the dole and there wasn't any incentive to work and just like today the propaganda machine was in full swing, telling people who would believe it, there are plenty of jobs for all, and there isn't any need for unemployment.
When we see films like that in 3rd world countries we have aid agencies scrambling from all over the world to relieve their poverty, what help did those people get, none, fined and sent to prison.
In one of the other films, a lad mentioned the Enterprise allowance scheme and how he tried to get his own business off the ground, this scheme was hailed by the government at the time as a ground breaking answer to the unemployment problem and a way of helping people into self employment, some help, the dole at that time was £35 a week, the enterprise allowance was £40 a week and a person had to pay a stamp of around £2.70, so somehow you had to run your business while setting up on £2.30 a week, what a ground breaking incentive that was.
At least it got the unemployment figures down.
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#431962 - 18th Sep 2010 7:29am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: bert1]
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thanks kimpri,for the life of me i couldnt remember his second name.did not realise he had died,shame he was a nice fella.

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#431972 - 18th Sep 2010 10:18am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: phalinmegob]
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Unfortunately we only saw the effects in our backyard, how many other places in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland went through the same problems. Quite a shame.

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#431977 - 18th Sep 2010 10:45am Re: world in action - Birkenhead [Re: mindplayer]
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You should see some of the stuff that gets thrown into the skips etc at Bidston - some good stuff
I believe the council now gets paid by someone who gets the rights to all the scrap metal, tellies fridges bikes etc which are put in a separate part
woe betide anyone who tries to take anything out of a skip tho I do believe if you see someone about to put something in you can ask them for it before it goes in
I would like to see what happens to the stuff in our recyle crey bins and where it eventually ends up and who gets the loot

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