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Gary McEwan3,404 posts since 23 May 2011
STV Central Reporting Scotland
If this is in the wrong section, then please feel free to move.

I will be attending a school reunion within the next couple of months and we have been asked to all bring along something to reflect on the old days.

My class back in 1999 appeared on the kids gameshow 50/50 when BBC Scotland were still at Queen Margaret Drive.

How know how I would go about requesting a copy and does anyone know what the likely costs are to get a copy?
Last edited by Gary McEwan on 16 March 2019 1:04pm
Neil Jones5,312 posts since 23 Dec 2001
Central (West) Midlands Today
You troublemaker, you Wink


She wasn't the brightest. She thought Marge Simpson's hair was yellow. I'll say no more than that.


Maybe brightness had nothing to do with it. Even really bright people who can calculate pi to hundreds of places off the top of their heads freeze under pressure on occasion.

Hopefully the girl in question grew up and is now teaching in a University somewhere. This is where you follow up and say she was actually run over by a bus a few years later. But hopefully you're not going to say that. Smile
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bilky asko5,480 posts since 9 Sep 2006
Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
You troublemaker, you Wink


She wasn't the brightest. She thought Marge Simpson's hair was yellow. I'll say no more than that.


Maybe brightness had nothing to do with it. Even really bright people who can calculate pi to hundreds of places off the top of their heads freeze under pressure on occasion.

Hopefully the girl in question grew up and is now teaching in a University somewhere. This is where you follow up and say she was actually run over by a bus a few years later. But hopefully you're not going to say that. Smile


She crossed the road because she thought the light was blue, and was run over.