Garden of Light illuminates Bradford's city centre

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: A young girl gets a closer look at the Garden of Light Buy this photo A young girl gets a closer look at the Garden of Light

Looming light sculptures transformed Bradford’s City Park into a “magical wonderland” as striking displays were illuminated for the first time last night.

Camera flashes added to the dazzling spectacle as hundreds of people flocked to see shining wild dandelions, red-tipped grass and gigantic illuminated lillies in the city’s glowing Garden of Light.

Families could be seen posing for pictures under the shining sculptures – with some standing at more than 11 metres tall – as street performers dressed in a shimmering blue strutted around the six-acre city centre park.

Bradford Council enlisted the help of French master light artists, TILT, to create the garden, which runs from dusk to approximately 10pm every night until Sunday, October 14.

Lisa Dobson, 22, of Idle, who was walking around the 24 light sculptures with a group of friends, said: “It’s like a magical wonderland. It’s just spectacular.

“I’d read this was happening, so I thought I’d pop down and see, but I didn’t expect anything like this.

“It’s something you don’t normally see here in Bradford, but I think it’s amazing. It’s quite soothing and surreal walking around City Park with giant light sculptures.

“It’s fantastic.”

Dad-of-two Paul Slater, 39, of Ravenscliffe, was taking a photograph from the vantage point of the Mirror Pool.

He said: “I love it. The look on the children’s faces when they first saw it was brilliant.”

TILT, which has produced similar light sculptures in Singapore, Geneva, Qatar and Bilbao, combine LED, fibre optic, tungsten and fluorescent lights with modern and recycled materials to produce subtle, dream-like atmospheres.

A similar TILT light garden in Huddersfield last year was about half the size of Bradford’s display.

The Council has created a special outdoor seating area within the garden and local businesses are offering special night-time menus so visitors can dine al fresco while soaking up the ambiance.

Councillor Susan Hinchcliffe, the Council’s portfolio holder for employment, skills and culture, said: “We are delighted to stage Garden of Light this autumn.

“The installations have caused a sensation in other European cities and I’m sure Bradford will be no exception.”

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9:50pm Fri 5 Oct 12

watcher22 says...

This is marvellous and a welcome distraction from all the bad news which normally comes out of the city via these pages.
Worth every penny.
This is marvellous and a welcome distraction from all the bad news which normally comes out of the city via these pages. Worth every penny. watcher22
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9:55pm Fri 5 Oct 12

thatsnotmyname says...

watcher22 wrote:
This is marvellous and a welcome distraction from all the bad news which normally comes out of the city via these pages.
Worth every penny.
I agree...this is what city centres should be for.
[quote][p][bold]watcher22[/bold] wrote: This is marvellous and a welcome distraction from all the bad news which normally comes out of the city via these pages. Worth every penny.[/p][/quote]I agree...this is what city centres should be for. thatsnotmyname
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11:31pm Fri 5 Oct 12

ANY WHERE BUT HERE says...

But what do we do with the surrounding area. Yes i know we pretend its somewhere else............
But what do we do with the surrounding area. Yes i know we pretend its somewhere else............ ANY WHERE BUT HERE
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8:19am Sat 6 Oct 12

mad matt says...

Hmmm - at least the local lager louts will be able to see to open their cans.
Hmmm - at least the local lager louts will be able to see to open their cans. mad matt
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7:09pm Sat 6 Oct 12

thackley says...

Hey ho and out come the negative moaners
Hey ho and out come the negative moaners thackley
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7:21pm Sat 6 Oct 12

Rambo says...

thackley wrote:
Hey ho and out come the negative moaners
So what? We all know that as 'nice' as this thing looks, its pretty much just like covering a turd with chocolate sprinkles.
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: Hey ho and out come the negative moaners[/p][/quote]So what? We all know that as 'nice' as this thing looks, its pretty much just like covering a turd with chocolate sprinkles. Rambo
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8:16pm Sat 6 Oct 12

watcher22 says...

ANY WHERE BUT HERE wrote:
But what do we do with the surrounding area. Yes i know we pretend its somewhere else............
Yes. I guess you think the same as I do. All that money, and I mean the original 30 or so million, could have been spent on the district as a whole.The square was ok as it was.
Walk a few yards away from the perfectly laid setts, etc and the whole of BD is a mish mash of potholes, broken and puddled pavements and vandalised areas.
It seems that the only part of BD that matters is the area within view of the town hall office windows.
[quote][p][bold]ANY WHERE BUT HERE[/bold] wrote: But what do we do with the surrounding area. Yes i know we pretend its somewhere else............[/p][/quote]Yes. I guess you think the same as I do. All that money, and I mean the original 30 or so million, could have been spent on the district as a whole.The square was ok as it was. Walk a few yards away from the perfectly laid setts, etc and the whole of BD is a mish mash of potholes, broken and puddled pavements and vandalised areas. It seems that the only part of BD that matters is the area within view of the town hall office windows. watcher22
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10:38pm Sat 6 Oct 12

johnhem says...

wake up watcher22, do you think the side of city hall facing the park has windows that only look downwards? look directly opposite and see the odeon, OR IS'NT THAT BIG ENOUGH FOR YOU?
bd? that matters, but not apparently to the council or the odeon would have already been sorted and in use, attracting people to the city.
why is it the council can't see it?
wake up watcher22, do you think the side of city hall facing the park has windows that only look downwards? look directly opposite and see the odeon, OR IS'NT THAT BIG ENOUGH FOR YOU? bd? that matters, but not apparently to the council or the odeon would have already been sorted and in use, attracting people to the city. why is it the council can't see it? johnhem
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9:12am Sun 7 Oct 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

johnhem wrote:
wake up watcher22, do you think the side of city hall facing the park has windows that only look downwards? look directly opposite and see the odeon, OR IS'NT THAT BIG ENOUGH FOR YOU?
bd? that matters, but not apparently to the council or the odeon would have already been sorted and in use, attracting people to the city.
why is it the council can't see it?
The councillors and bigwigs at City hall hand see it because their heads are firmly fixed into the trough.
[quote][p][bold]johnhem[/bold] wrote: wake up watcher22, do you think the side of city hall facing the park has windows that only look downwards? look directly opposite and see the odeon, OR IS'NT THAT BIG ENOUGH FOR YOU? bd? that matters, but not apparently to the council or the odeon would have already been sorted and in use, attracting people to the city. why is it the council can't see it?[/p][/quote]The councillors and bigwigs at City hall hand see it because their heads are firmly fixed into the trough. Thee Voice of Reason
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10:00am Sun 7 Oct 12

thackley says...

we all know bradford is short on shops bur look at all the positives----ten minutes from an airport,two stations,the alhambra.ice skating rink.bowling,cinema,
a lovely library --when it reopens.half an hour from countryside,the dales beautiful town hall.centenary square,not far from ilkley ,saltaire,
oh and we went down town last night to see the lights and we had a lovely time -there was a great atmosphere=lots of mixed age groups all having a good time--we went to witherspoons for a drink and there was no sign of any trouble whatsover -it was great
we all know bradford is short on shops bur look at all the positives----ten minutes from an airport,two stations,the alhambra.ice skating rink.bowling,cinema, a lovely library --when it reopens.half an hour from countryside,the dales beautiful town hall.centenary square,not far from ilkley ,saltaire, oh and we went down town last night to see the lights and we had a lovely time -there was a great atmosphere=lots of mixed age groups all having a good time--we went to witherspoons for a drink and there was no sign of any trouble whatsover -it was great thackley
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10:27am Sun 7 Oct 12

Albion. says...

"Ten minutes from an airport" Is that ten minutes after take off?
"Ten minutes from an airport" Is that ten minutes after take off? Albion.
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10:51am Sun 7 Oct 12

Rambo says...

You call bowling and a cinema a positive? Jesus
You call bowling and a cinema a positive? Jesus Rambo
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10:57am Sun 7 Oct 12

yezboss says...

Does anyone know the cost?
Does anyone know the cost? yezboss
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11:03am Sun 7 Oct 12

thackley says...

albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much
albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much thackley
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11:11am Sun 7 Oct 12

Albion. says...

thackley wrote:
albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much
We did!
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much[/p][/quote]We did! Albion.
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11:15am Sun 7 Oct 12

thackley says...

Albion. wrote:
thackley wrote:
albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much
We did!
good -take your negativity with you then
[quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much[/p][/quote]We did![/p][/quote]good -take your negativity with you then thackley
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11:18am Sun 7 Oct 12

Rambo says...

thackley wrote:
albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much
Just Bradford life. I moved out of Saltaire last year (which was lovely) tolive in a yuppie apartment in central Leeds.

The centre of Bradford is an absolute dump. I went back there yesterday to meet my parents for a coffee and had to go down Market Street- what a disgrace that its been allowed to end up in the state it has, all while the council are bigging up the park at one end of it. I went up to the Arndale centre and had to navigate through people spitting, throwing (not dropping litter), swearing at their kids.... wonderful.

Went past KFC and saw the gang of a dozer or so drunks that were there when I lived here still in their usual positions, openly drinking in full view of the public in broad daylight. And there more around the town hall steps.
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much[/p][/quote]Just Bradford life. I moved out of Saltaire last year (which was lovely) tolive in a yuppie apartment in central Leeds. The centre of Bradford is an absolute dump. I went back there yesterday to meet my parents for a coffee and had to go down Market Street- what a disgrace that its been allowed to end up in the state it has, all while the council are bigging up the park at one end of it. I went up to the Arndale centre and had to navigate through people spitting, throwing (not dropping litter), swearing at their kids.... wonderful. Went past KFC and saw the gang of a dozer or so drunks that were there when I lived here still in their usual positions, openly drinking in full view of the public in broad daylight. And there more around the town hall steps. Rambo
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11:18am Sun 7 Oct 12

Albion. says...

thackley wrote:
Albion. wrote:
thackley wrote:
albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much
We did!
good -take your negativity with you then
There has to be a balance to your delusions of grandeur :-)
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much[/p][/quote]We did![/p][/quote]good -take your negativity with you then[/p][/quote]There has to be a balance to your delusions of grandeur :-) Albion.
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11:20am Sun 7 Oct 12

Rambo says...

thackley wrote:
Albion. wrote:
thackley wrote:
albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much
We did!
good -take your negativity with you then
lolololol you keep taking pride in the fact Bradford has a cinema...
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much[/p][/quote]We did![/p][/quote]good -take your negativity with you then[/p][/quote]lolololol you keep taking pride in the fact Bradford has a cinema... Rambo
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11:23am Sun 7 Oct 12

thackley says...

albion and rambo--such happy bunnies
albion and rambo--such happy bunnies thackley
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11:27am Sun 7 Oct 12

Rambo says...

thackley wrote:
albion and rambo--such happy bunnies
I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya!
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo--such happy bunnies[/p][/quote]I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya! Rambo
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11:28am Sun 7 Oct 12

thackley says...

Rambo wrote:
thackley wrote:
albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much
Just Bradford life. I moved out of Saltaire last year (which was lovely) tolive in a yuppie apartment in central Leeds.

The centre of Bradford is an absolute dump. I went back there yesterday to meet my parents for a coffee and had to go down Market Street- what a disgrace that its been allowed to end up in the state it has, all while the council are bigging up the park at one end of it. I went up to the Arndale centre and had to navigate through people spitting, throwing (not dropping litter), swearing at their kids.... wonderful.

Went past KFC and saw the gang of a dozer or so drunks that were there when I lived here still in their usual positions, openly drinking in full view of the public in broad daylight. And there more around the town hall steps.
am so happy for you-- now living in leeds
[quote][p][bold]Rambo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much[/p][/quote]Just Bradford life. I moved out of Saltaire last year (which was lovely) tolive in a yuppie apartment in central Leeds. The centre of Bradford is an absolute dump. I went back there yesterday to meet my parents for a coffee and had to go down Market Street- what a disgrace that its been allowed to end up in the state it has, all while the council are bigging up the park at one end of it. I went up to the Arndale centre and had to navigate through people spitting, throwing (not dropping litter), swearing at their kids.... wonderful. Went past KFC and saw the gang of a dozer or so drunks that were there when I lived here still in their usual positions, openly drinking in full view of the public in broad daylight. And there more around the town hall steps.[/p][/quote]am so happy for you-- now living in leeds thackley
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12:20pm Sun 7 Oct 12

thackley says...

Rambo wrote:
thackley wrote:
Albion. wrote:
thackley wrote:
albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much
We did!
good -take your negativity with you then
lolololol you keep taking pride in the fact Bradford has a cinema...
read the whole paragraph
[quote][p][bold]Rambo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much[/p][/quote]We did![/p][/quote]good -take your negativity with you then[/p][/quote]lolololol you keep taking pride in the fact Bradford has a cinema...[/p][/quote]read the whole paragraph thackley
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1:59pm Sun 7 Oct 12

Rambo says...

thackley wrote:
Rambo wrote:
thackley wrote:
Albion. wrote:
thackley wrote:
albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much
We did!
good -take your negativity with you then
lolololol you keep taking pride in the fact Bradford has a cinema...
read the whole paragraph
Ok, I'll rephrase it. What you list is not unique at all to any medium or small city.

2 stations? Wow. Put that on Tripadvisor.

An ice rink? Yeah, because no-where else has one. Is it still the same as it was when I last went 15 years ago - full of rough kids skiving off school?

A library thats closed? Hahah. That was discussed on here before and it was pointed out the council have no interest in keeping something open that would cost - was it £4million? - To keep open.

The only things that are unique to the Bradford *district* are the likes of Saltaire and Ilkley, and they really are as far away from the centre of Bradford as you can get.

Centenary Sqare is a joke - a £30 million+ joke, especially when so many streets around it are dying in terms in retail.

I'll tell you a few things that are unique to Bradford city centre - I think it has the largest concentration of Greggs anywhere (its around 10 at the last count), and I can't recall another street where there are 4 bookies within 200 yards of each other.
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rambo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Albion.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much[/p][/quote]We did![/p][/quote]good -take your negativity with you then[/p][/quote]lolololol you keep taking pride in the fact Bradford has a cinema...[/p][/quote]read the whole paragraph[/p][/quote]Ok, I'll rephrase it. What you list is not unique at all to any medium or small city. 2 stations? Wow. Put that on Tripadvisor. An ice rink? Yeah, because no-where else has one. Is it still the same as it was when I last went 15 years ago - full of rough kids skiving off school? A library thats closed? Hahah. That was discussed on here before and it was pointed out the council have no interest in keeping something open that would cost - was it £4million? - To keep open. The only things that are unique to the Bradford *district* are the likes of Saltaire and Ilkley, and they really are as far away from the centre of Bradford as you can get. Centenary Sqare is a joke - a £30 million+ joke, especially when so many streets around it are dying in terms in retail. I'll tell you a few things that are unique to Bradford city centre - I think it has the largest concentration of Greggs anywhere (its around 10 at the last count), and I can't recall another street where there are 4 bookies within 200 yards of each other. Rambo
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2:17pm Sun 7 Oct 12

sam-tyler says...

thackley wrote:
we all know bradford is short on shops bur look at all the positives----ten minutes from an airport,two stations,the alhambra.ice skating rink.bowling,cinema,

a lovely library --when it reopens.half an hour from countryside,the dales beautiful town hall.centenary square,not far from ilkley ,saltaire,
oh and we went down town last night to see the lights and we had a lovely time -there was a great atmosphere=lots of mixed age groups all having a good time--we went to witherspoons for a drink and there was no sign of any trouble whatsover -it was great
You forgot the 2 Nando's.

Oh!, & they do do takeaways.

BD1 is still a dump for all on your list.
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: we all know bradford is short on shops bur look at all the positives----ten minutes from an airport,two stations,the alhambra.ice skating rink.bowling,cinema, a lovely library --when it reopens.half an hour from countryside,the dales beautiful town hall.centenary square,not far from ilkley ,saltaire, oh and we went down town last night to see the lights and we had a lovely time -there was a great atmosphere=lots of mixed age groups all having a good time--we went to witherspoons for a drink and there was no sign of any trouble whatsover -it was great[/p][/quote]You forgot the 2 Nando's. Oh!, & they do do takeaways. BD1 is still a dump for all on your list. sam-tyler
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3:42pm Sun 7 Oct 12

bcfc1903 says...

Great light show, fantastic for grown ups and the kids. Look forward to a refurbished Odeon being added to the Alhambra, Media Museum, City Hall and the City Park, things are certainly looking up in Bradford City centre including far more footfall. Well done to all who brought these lovely lights to our great city of Bradford.
Great light show, fantastic for grown ups and the kids. Look forward to a refurbished Odeon being added to the Alhambra, Media Museum, City Hall and the City Park, things are certainly looking up in Bradford City centre including far more footfall. Well done to all who brought these lovely lights to our great city of Bradford. bcfc1903
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5:04pm Sun 7 Oct 12

thackley says...

Oh dear Rambo this is getting boring- I never said Bradford was unique
Oh dear Rambo this is getting boring- I never said Bradford was unique thackley
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5:08pm Sun 7 Oct 12

thackley says...

Bcfc1 ---+ I agree - it was amazing - everbody down there seemed to be having a really good time
Bcfc1 ---+ I agree - it was amazing - everbody down there seemed to be having a really good time thackley
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7:02pm Sun 7 Oct 12

thackley says...

Oh dear Rambo this is getting boring- I never said Bradford was unique
Oh dear Rambo this is getting boring- I never said Bradford was unique thackley
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7:56pm Sun 7 Oct 12

bcfc1903 says...

thackley wrote:
Bcfc1 ---+ I agree - it was amazing - everbody down there seemed to be having a really good time
Yes thackley, things were buzzing in the park a week ago for the curry festival. My wife and i went down and sat through a brilliant demonstration of cooking spicy food by a lady chef from the Harrogate area, she was quite superb and also had a great sense of humour keeping the packed audience relaxed and informed. If you get the chance next year, get down to one of the cooking demos held in the end unit of the banana complex.
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: Bcfc1 ---+ I agree - it was amazing - everbody down there seemed to be having a really good time[/p][/quote]Yes thackley, things were buzzing in the park a week ago for the curry festival. My wife and i went down and sat through a brilliant demonstration of cooking spicy food by a lady chef from the Harrogate area, she was quite superb and also had a great sense of humour keeping the packed audience relaxed and informed. If you get the chance next year, get down to one of the cooking demos held in the end unit of the banana complex. bcfc1903
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8:02pm Sun 7 Oct 12

Rambo says...

thackley wrote:
Oh dear Rambo this is getting boring- I never said Bradford was unique
lololol you were the one made out Bradford was a great place because it had 'positive' things like 2 train stations.....

And trolling is never boring when people bite.
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: Oh dear Rambo this is getting boring- I never said Bradford was unique[/p][/quote]lololol you were the one made out Bradford was a great place because it had 'positive' things like 2 train stations..... And trolling is never boring when people bite. Rambo
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8:05pm Sun 7 Oct 12

Rambo says...

bcfc1903 wrote:
thackley wrote:
Bcfc1 ---+ I agree - it was amazing - everbody down there seemed to be having a really good time
Yes thackley, things were buzzing in the park a week ago for the curry festival. My wife and i went down and sat through a brilliant demonstration of cooking spicy food by a lady chef from the Harrogate area, she was quite superb and also had a great sense of humour keeping the packed audience relaxed and informed. If you get the chance next year, get down to one of the cooking demos held in the end unit of the banana complex.
While I can't comment on the demos, we went to the curry festival on the Friday and the stalls were shambolic - about 12-15 stalls, spread out waaaay too far around the pond, and many of them were from local businesses anyway e.g Zaaras, Zouk, Prashad etc. Not exactly a 'World' Curry Festival when most things there were locally based....

When it was in Leeds it had Thai, Carribean, Japanese, Chinese etc. If they're going to have it again they should seriously rename it a 'Bradford' Curry Festival.
[quote][p][bold]bcfc1903[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: Bcfc1 ---+ I agree - it was amazing - everbody down there seemed to be having a really good time[/p][/quote]Yes thackley, things were buzzing in the park a week ago for the curry festival. My wife and i went down and sat through a brilliant demonstration of cooking spicy food by a lady chef from the Harrogate area, she was quite superb and also had a great sense of humour keeping the packed audience relaxed and informed. If you get the chance next year, get down to one of the cooking demos held in the end unit of the banana complex.[/p][/quote]While I can't comment on the demos, we went to the curry festival on the Friday and the stalls were shambolic - about 12-15 stalls, spread out waaaay too far around the pond, and many of them were from local businesses anyway e.g Zaaras, Zouk, Prashad etc. Not exactly a 'World' Curry Festival when most things there were locally based.... When it was in Leeds it had Thai, Carribean, Japanese, Chinese etc. If they're going to have it again they should seriously rename it a 'Bradford' Curry Festival. Rambo
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8:37pm Sun 7 Oct 12

thackley says...

Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback
Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback thackley
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11:20pm Sun 7 Oct 12

sajad727@msn.com says...

How much is it costing?
How much is it costing? sajad727@msn.com
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11:22pm Sun 7 Oct 12

sajad727@msn.com says...

Where is the money coming from?
Where is the money coming from? sajad727@msn.com
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6:27am Mon 8 Oct 12

Albion. says...

sajad727@msn.com wrote:
Where is the money coming from?
From you! If you pay council tax.
[quote][p][bold]sajad727@msn.com[/bold] wrote: Where is the money coming from?[/p][/quote]From you! If you pay council tax. Albion.
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8:46am Mon 8 Oct 12

stiflers mom says...

thackley wrote:
Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback
Bradford making a comeback. . .dont make me laugh there were only a couple of hundred people there when i walked past ,a one horse town in the arse end of nowhere could attract more people than that !!
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback[/p][/quote]Bradford making a comeback. . .dont make me laugh there were only a couple of hundred people there when i walked past ,a one horse town in the arse end of nowhere could attract more people than that !! stiflers mom
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12:30pm Mon 8 Oct 12

bcfc1903 says...

stiflers mom wrote:
thackley wrote:
Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback
Bradford making a comeback. . .dont make me laugh there were only a couple of hundred people there when i walked past ,a one horse town in the arse end of nowhere could attract more people than that !!
When we went down on Friday and Sunday, there were well over a thousand folk on both occasions. As for a one horse town, it was held in Bradford not Huddersfield. Bradford The first Unesco City of Film, Saltaire a UNESCO World Heritage site, The Media Museum, The Alhambra theatre, Bradford the birth place of the Bronte sisters, who knows maybe a new world class concert hall if the Odeon get's a refurb. City Park, the list goes on...
[quote][p][bold]stiflers mom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback[/p][/quote]Bradford making a comeback. . .dont make me laugh there were only a couple of hundred people there when i walked past ,a one horse town in the arse end of nowhere could attract more people than that !![/p][/quote]When we went down on Friday and Sunday, there were well over a thousand folk on both occasions. As for a one horse town, it was held in Bradford not Huddersfield. Bradford The first Unesco City of Film, Saltaire a UNESCO World Heritage site, The Media Museum, The Alhambra theatre, Bradford the birth place of the Bronte sisters, who knows maybe a new world class concert hall if the Odeon get's a refurb. City Park, the list goes on... bcfc1903
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12:36pm Mon 8 Oct 12

bcfc1903 says...

Rambo wrote:
bcfc1903 wrote:
thackley wrote:
Bcfc1 ---+ I agree - it was amazing - everbody down there seemed to be having a really good time
Yes thackley, things were buzzing in the park a week ago for the curry festival. My wife and i went down and sat through a brilliant demonstration of cooking spicy food by a lady chef from the Harrogate area, she was quite superb and also had a great sense of humour keeping the packed audience relaxed and informed. If you get the chance next year, get down to one of the cooking demos held in the end unit of the banana complex.
While I can't comment on the demos, we went to the curry festival on the Friday and the stalls were shambolic - about 12-15 stalls, spread out waaaay too far around the pond, and many of them were from local businesses anyway e.g Zaaras, Zouk, Prashad etc. Not exactly a 'World' Curry Festival when most things there were locally based....

When it was in Leeds it had Thai, Carribean, Japanese, Chinese etc. If they're going to have it again they should seriously rename it a 'Bradford' Curry Festival.
Isn't the sub continent part of the world, deary me lol. I think the idea was to space the stalls around the mirror pool, so you took in both. The cooking demos were well worth a look, both were packed out when we attended in Bradford. I'm sure Leeds did an equally good job when they held it last year.
[quote][p][bold]Rambo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bcfc1903[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: Bcfc1 ---+ I agree - it was amazing - everbody down there seemed to be having a really good time[/p][/quote]Yes thackley, things were buzzing in the park a week ago for the curry festival. My wife and i went down and sat through a brilliant demonstration of cooking spicy food by a lady chef from the Harrogate area, she was quite superb and also had a great sense of humour keeping the packed audience relaxed and informed. If you get the chance next year, get down to one of the cooking demos held in the end unit of the banana complex.[/p][/quote]While I can't comment on the demos, we went to the curry festival on the Friday and the stalls were shambolic - about 12-15 stalls, spread out waaaay too far around the pond, and many of them were from local businesses anyway e.g Zaaras, Zouk, Prashad etc. Not exactly a 'World' Curry Festival when most things there were locally based.... When it was in Leeds it had Thai, Carribean, Japanese, Chinese etc. If they're going to have it again they should seriously rename it a 'Bradford' Curry Festival.[/p][/quote]Isn't the sub continent part of the world, deary me lol. I think the idea was to space the stalls around the mirror pool, so you took in both. The cooking demos were well worth a look, both were packed out when we attended in Bradford. I'm sure Leeds did an equally good job when they held it last year. bcfc1903
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1:02pm Mon 8 Oct 12

stiflers mom says...

bcfc1903 wrote:
stiflers mom wrote:
thackley wrote:
Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback
Bradford making a comeback. . .dont make me laugh there were only a couple of hundred people there when i walked past ,a one horse town in the arse end of nowhere could attract more people than that !!
When we went down on Friday and Sunday, there were well over a thousand folk on both occasions. As for a one horse town, it was held in Bradford not Huddersfield. Bradford The first Unesco City of Film, Saltaire a UNESCO World Heritage site, The Media Museum, The Alhambra theatre, Bradford the birth place of the Bronte sisters, who knows maybe a new world class concert hall if the Odeon get's a refurb. City Park, the list goes on...
you forgot to mention all the pound shops,bookies,payday loan shops,and all the rest of the boarded up shops the list goes on .....
[quote][p][bold]bcfc1903[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stiflers mom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback[/p][/quote]Bradford making a comeback. . .dont make me laugh there were only a couple of hundred people there when i walked past ,a one horse town in the arse end of nowhere could attract more people than that !![/p][/quote]When we went down on Friday and Sunday, there were well over a thousand folk on both occasions. As for a one horse town, it was held in Bradford not Huddersfield. Bradford The first Unesco City of Film, Saltaire a UNESCO World Heritage site, The Media Museum, The Alhambra theatre, Bradford the birth place of the Bronte sisters, who knows maybe a new world class concert hall if the Odeon get's a refurb. City Park, the list goes on...[/p][/quote]you forgot to mention all the pound shops,bookies,payday loan shops,and all the rest of the boarded up shops the list goes on ..... stiflers mom
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1:16pm Mon 8 Oct 12

Outraged English Subject says...

Not just Bradford District, I’m afraid to say the country as a whole is becoming a right s£!t hole, even Leeds center stinks of fish when it floods!
Not just Bradford District, I’m afraid to say the country as a whole is becoming a right s£!t hole, even Leeds center stinks of fish when it floods! Outraged English Subject
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1:46pm Mon 8 Oct 12

bcfc1903 says...

stiflers mom wrote:
bcfc1903 wrote:
stiflers mom wrote:
thackley wrote:
Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback
Bradford making a comeback. . .dont make me laugh there were only a couple of hundred people there when i walked past ,a one horse town in the arse end of nowhere could attract more people than that !!
When we went down on Friday and Sunday, there were well over a thousand folk on both occasions. As for a one horse town, it was held in Bradford not Huddersfield. Bradford The first Unesco City of Film, Saltaire a UNESCO World Heritage site, The Media Museum, The Alhambra theatre, Bradford the birth place of the Bronte sisters, who knows maybe a new world class concert hall if the Odeon get's a refurb. City Park, the list goes on...
you forgot to mention all the pound shops,bookies,payday loan shops,and all the rest of the boarded up shops the list goes on .....
I'm talking about places that are unique to Bradford, you need to seriously get out more lol.
[quote][p][bold]stiflers mom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bcfc1903[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stiflers mom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback[/p][/quote]Bradford making a comeback. . .dont make me laugh there were only a couple of hundred people there when i walked past ,a one horse town in the arse end of nowhere could attract more people than that !![/p][/quote]When we went down on Friday and Sunday, there were well over a thousand folk on both occasions. As for a one horse town, it was held in Bradford not Huddersfield. Bradford The first Unesco City of Film, Saltaire a UNESCO World Heritage site, The Media Museum, The Alhambra theatre, Bradford the birth place of the Bronte sisters, who knows maybe a new world class concert hall if the Odeon get's a refurb. City Park, the list goes on...[/p][/quote]you forgot to mention all the pound shops,bookies,payday loan shops,and all the rest of the boarded up shops the list goes on .....[/p][/quote]I'm talking about places that are unique to Bradford, you need to seriously get out more lol. bcfc1903
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2:36pm Mon 8 Oct 12

thackley says...

bcfc1903 wrote:
stiflers mom wrote:
thackley wrote:
Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback
Bradford making a comeback. . .dont make me laugh there were only a couple of hundred people there when i walked past ,a one horse town in the arse end of nowhere could attract more people than that !!
When we went down on Friday and Sunday, there were well over a thousand folk on both occasions. As for a one horse town, it was held in Bradford not Huddersfield. Bradford The first Unesco City of Film, Saltaire a UNESCO World Heritage site, The Media Museum, The Alhambra theatre, Bradford the birth place of the Bronte sisters, who knows maybe a new world class concert hall if the Odeon get's a refurb. City Park, the list goes on...
i agree --bradford has loads going for it and there was well over a thousand there when we were there too
[quote][p][bold]bcfc1903[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stiflers mom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: Thanks bcfc1903 am going to try to go to more events in Bradford in the future -- Bradford is certainly making a comeback[/p][/quote]Bradford making a comeback. . .dont make me laugh there were only a couple of hundred people there when i walked past ,a one horse town in the arse end of nowhere could attract more people than that !![/p][/quote]When we went down on Friday and Sunday, there were well over a thousand folk on both occasions. As for a one horse town, it was held in Bradford not Huddersfield. Bradford The first Unesco City of Film, Saltaire a UNESCO World Heritage site, The Media Museum, The Alhambra theatre, Bradford the birth place of the Bronte sisters, who knows maybe a new world class concert hall if the Odeon get's a refurb. City Park, the list goes on...[/p][/quote]i agree --bradford has loads going for it and there was well over a thousand there when we were there too thackley
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10:23pm Mon 8 Oct 12

CharleyVarrick says...

thackley wrote:
albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much
Well said, i second your comment.

We need more positiveness not whinging moaning d...kheads who keep coming on here leaving negative comments then telling us they have moved away. If you've moved away then pi$$ off and leave our town alone. Go leave comments on the grandiose places you live in now.

Charles Varrick.
[quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo how do the people in your life cope with your negativeness--is it jest bradford or life in general --why dont you move somewhere else if you hate it that much[/p][/quote]Well said, i second your comment. We need more positiveness not whinging moaning d...kheads who keep coming on here leaving negative comments then telling us they have moved away. If you've moved away then pi$$ off and leave our town alone. Go leave comments on the grandiose places you live in now. Charles Varrick. CharleyVarrick
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10:30pm Mon 8 Oct 12

CharleyVarrick says...

Rambo wrote:
thackley wrote: albion and rambo--such happy bunnies
I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya!
go on enjoy your leeds sunshine. The people of leeds take pi$$ out of you behind your back anyway.

i've lived in London, i've worked in New York, i have an apartment in Los Angeles not too far from Huntington Beach and yet i still have time and make time for bradford because that is where i am from and always will be. Your yuppy apartment is worth jack$hit to someone who lives within yards of Huntington Beach in CA.. Leeds ??? i can't stop laughing, Haven't seen much you lot have you.... I will always love bradford and im not a turncoat. The reason Bradford is what it is has become is because of negative whinging turncoats like you. I live in LA because i work here, not because i dislike bradford or england by the way.
[quote][p][bold]Rambo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo--such happy bunnies[/p][/quote]I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya![/p][/quote]go on enjoy your leeds sunshine. The people of leeds take pi$$ out of you behind your back anyway. i've lived in London, i've worked in New York, i have an apartment in Los Angeles not too far from Huntington Beach and yet i still have time and make time for bradford because that is where i am from and always will be. Your yuppy apartment is worth jack$hit to someone who lives within yards of Huntington Beach in CA.. Leeds ??? i can't stop laughing, Haven't seen much you lot have you.... I will always love bradford and im not a turncoat. The reason Bradford is what it is has become is because of negative whinging turncoats like you. I live in LA because i work here, not because i dislike bradford or england by the way. CharleyVarrick
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8:23am Tue 9 Oct 12

thackley says...

CharleyVarrick wrote:
Rambo wrote:
thackley wrote: albion and rambo--such happy bunnies
I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya!
go on enjoy your leeds sunshine. The people of leeds take pi$$ out of you behind your back anyway.

i've lived in London, i've worked in New York, i have an apartment in Los Angeles not too far from Huntington Beach and yet i still have time and make time for bradford because that is where i am from and always will be. Your yuppy apartment is worth jack$hit to someone who lives within yards of Huntington Beach in CA.. Leeds ??? i can't stop laughing, Haven't seen much you lot have you.... I will always love bradford and im not a turncoat. The reason Bradford is what it is has become is because of negative whinging turncoats like you. I live in LA because i work here, not because i dislike bradford or england by the way.
well said !!
[quote][p][bold]CharleyVarrick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rambo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo--such happy bunnies[/p][/quote]I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya![/p][/quote]go on enjoy your leeds sunshine. The people of leeds take pi$$ out of you behind your back anyway. i've lived in London, i've worked in New York, i have an apartment in Los Angeles not too far from Huntington Beach and yet i still have time and make time for bradford because that is where i am from and always will be. Your yuppy apartment is worth jack$hit to someone who lives within yards of Huntington Beach in CA.. Leeds ??? i can't stop laughing, Haven't seen much you lot have you.... I will always love bradford and im not a turncoat. The reason Bradford is what it is has become is because of negative whinging turncoats like you. I live in LA because i work here, not because i dislike bradford or england by the way.[/p][/quote]well said !! thackley
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8:27am Tue 9 Oct 12

stiflers mom says...

wow you have done well for your self to say that your only about 12 years old !!!
wow you have done well for your self to say that your only about 12 years old !!! stiflers mom
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8:03pm Tue 9 Oct 12

thackley says...

stiflers mom wrote:
wow you have done well for your self to say that your only about 12 years old !!!
immature your self !!!
[quote][p][bold]stiflers mom[/bold] wrote: wow you have done well for your self to say that your only about 12 years old !!![/p][/quote]immature your self !!! thackley
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12:10pm Fri 12 Oct 12

Andy2010 says...

CharleyVarrick wrote:
Rambo wrote:
thackley wrote: albion and rambo--such happy bunnies
I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya!
go on enjoy your leeds sunshine. The people of leeds take pi$$ out of you behind your back anyway. i've lived in London, i've worked in New York, i have an apartment in Los Angeles not too far from Huntington Beach and yet i still have time and make time for bradford because that is where i am from and always will be. Your yuppy apartment is worth jack$hit to someone who lives within yards of Huntington Beach in CA.. Leeds ??? i can't stop laughing, Haven't seen much you lot have you.... I will always love bradford and im not a turncoat. The reason Bradford is what it is has become is because of negative whinging turncoats like you. I live in LA because i work here, not because i dislike bradford or england by the way.
You also need to get some sleep when your in LA....as you seem to post around 2am - 4am mark

From the timings of your post I would actually say you are fibbing about LA to be honest. And Huntingdon beach lol. I have been there a couple fo occassions and its a right dump even when compared to Bradford. Before dreaming up some of these "facts about your life" you should have said you lived near El Matador Beach or Leo Carillo Beach as these are actually nice areas
[quote][p][bold]CharleyVarrick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rambo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo--such happy bunnies[/p][/quote]I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya![/p][/quote]go on enjoy your leeds sunshine. The people of leeds take pi$$ out of you behind your back anyway. i've lived in London, i've worked in New York, i have an apartment in Los Angeles not too far from Huntington Beach and yet i still have time and make time for bradford because that is where i am from and always will be. Your yuppy apartment is worth jack$hit to someone who lives within yards of Huntington Beach in CA.. Leeds ??? i can't stop laughing, Haven't seen much you lot have you.... I will always love bradford and im not a turncoat. The reason Bradford is what it is has become is because of negative whinging turncoats like you. I live in LA because i work here, not because i dislike bradford or england by the way.[/p][/quote]You also need to get some sleep when your in LA....as you seem to post around 2am - 4am mark From the timings of your post I would actually say you are fibbing about LA to be honest. And Huntingdon beach lol. I have been there a couple fo occassions and its a right dump even when compared to Bradford. Before dreaming up some of these "facts about your life" you should have said you lived near El Matador Beach or Leo Carillo Beach as these are actually nice areas Andy2010
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8:06pm Fri 12 Oct 12

CharleyVarrick says...

Andy2010 wrote:
CharleyVarrick wrote:
Rambo wrote:
thackley wrote: albion and rambo--such happy bunnies
I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya!
go on enjoy your leeds sunshine. The people of leeds take pi$$ out of you behind your back anyway. i've lived in London, i've worked in New York, i have an apartment in Los Angeles not too far from Huntington Beach and yet i still have time and make time for bradford because that is where i am from and always will be. Your yuppy apartment is worth jack$hit to someone who lives within yards of Huntington Beach in CA.. Leeds ??? i can't stop laughing, Haven't seen much you lot have you.... I will always love bradford and im not a turncoat. The reason Bradford is what it is has become is because of negative whinging turncoats like you. I live in LA because i work here, not because i dislike bradford or england by the way.
You also need to get some sleep when your in LA....as you seem to post around 2am - 4am mark From the timings of your post I would actually say you are fibbing about LA to be honest. And Huntingdon beach lol. I have been there a couple fo occassions and its a right dump even when compared to Bradford. Before dreaming up some of these "facts about your life" you should have said you lived near El Matador Beach or Leo Carillo Beach as these are actually nice areas
Where did you get your timings from you stupid ar$e ?? Downtown LA is exactly 8 hours behind GMT.

We are on PST, or pacific standard time. When i posted my messages it was 2.30pm here in the afternoon, as it was10,30pm in England.

What a stupid ravenscliffe council dump lodger you are
[quote][p][bold]Andy2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CharleyVarrick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rambo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo--such happy bunnies[/p][/quote]I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya![/p][/quote]go on enjoy your leeds sunshine. The people of leeds take pi$$ out of you behind your back anyway. i've lived in London, i've worked in New York, i have an apartment in Los Angeles not too far from Huntington Beach and yet i still have time and make time for bradford because that is where i am from and always will be. Your yuppy apartment is worth jack$hit to someone who lives within yards of Huntington Beach in CA.. Leeds ??? i can't stop laughing, Haven't seen much you lot have you.... I will always love bradford and im not a turncoat. The reason Bradford is what it is has become is because of negative whinging turncoats like you. I live in LA because i work here, not because i dislike bradford or england by the way.[/p][/quote]You also need to get some sleep when your in LA....as you seem to post around 2am - 4am mark From the timings of your post I would actually say you are fibbing about LA to be honest. And Huntingdon beach lol. I have been there a couple fo occassions and its a right dump even when compared to Bradford. Before dreaming up some of these "facts about your life" you should have said you lived near El Matador Beach or Leo Carillo Beach as these are actually nice areas[/p][/quote]Where did you get your timings from you stupid ar$e ?? Downtown LA is exactly 8 hours behind GMT. We are on PST, or pacific standard time. When i posted my messages it was 2.30pm here in the afternoon, as it was10,30pm in England. What a stupid ravenscliffe council dump lodger you are CharleyVarrick
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8:10pm Fri 12 Oct 12

CharleyVarrick says...

Andy2010 wrote:
CharleyVarrick wrote:
Rambo wrote:
thackley wrote: albion and rambo--such happy bunnies
I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya!
go on enjoy your leeds sunshine. The people of leeds take pi$$ out of you behind your back anyway. i've lived in London, i've worked in New York, i have an apartment in Los Angeles not too far from Huntington Beach and yet i still have time and make time for bradford because that is where i am from and always will be. Your yuppy apartment is worth jack$hit to someone who lives within yards of Huntington Beach in CA.. Leeds ??? i can't stop laughing, Haven't seen much you lot have you.... I will always love bradford and im not a turncoat. The reason Bradford is what it is has become is because of negative whinging turncoats like you. I live in LA because i work here, not because i dislike bradford or england by the way.
You also need to get some sleep when your in LA....as you seem to post around 2am - 4am mark From the timings of your post I would actually say you are fibbing about LA to be honest. And Huntingdon beach lol. I have been there a couple fo occassions and its a right dump even when compared to Bradford. Before dreaming up some of these "facts about your life" you should have said you lived near El Matador Beach or Leo Carillo Beach as these are actually nice areas
get your facts correct before posting your rubbish next time, silly little village idiot..

You've been to Huntington Beach ?? yeah right, stop comparing your pie an' mash butlins outings and day trips to Blackpool...
[quote][p][bold]Andy2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CharleyVarrick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rambo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thackley[/bold] wrote: albion and rambo--such happy bunnies[/p][/quote]I am - I'm going out now to enjoy the sunshine in Leeds. see ya![/p][/quote]go on enjoy your leeds sunshine. The people of leeds take pi$$ out of you behind your back anyway. i've lived in London, i've worked in New York, i have an apartment in Los Angeles not too far from Huntington Beach and yet i still have time and make time for bradford because that is where i am from and always will be. Your yuppy apartment is worth jack$hit to someone who lives within yards of Huntington Beach in CA.. Leeds ??? i can't stop laughing, Haven't seen much you lot have you.... I will always love bradford and im not a turncoat. The reason Bradford is what it is has become is because of negative whinging turncoats like you. I live in LA because i work here, not because i dislike bradford or england by the way.[/p][/quote]You also need to get some sleep when your in LA....as you seem to post around 2am - 4am mark From the timings of your post I would actually say you are fibbing about LA to be honest. And Huntingdon beach lol. I have been there a couple fo occassions and its a right dump even when compared to Bradford. Before dreaming up some of these "facts about your life" you should have said you lived near El Matador Beach or Leo Carillo Beach as these are actually nice areas[/p][/quote]get your facts correct before posting your rubbish next time, silly little village idiot.. You've been to Huntington Beach ?? yeah right, stop comparing your pie an' mash butlins outings and day trips to Blackpool... CharleyVarrick
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