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 Post subject: Freddie Starr RIP
 Post Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 8:55 am 
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Years ago along with a group of lads I went to see Freddie in concert, Blackpool pier.

Funny, beyond belief, we were in tears all night. He was fantastic.

Whats more after his gig, he signed every autograph and had time for everyone. Top bloke top entertainer.

It really does seem like another world.

Thankyou Freddie RIP.

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 Post subject: Re: Freddie Starr RIP
 Post Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 9:28 am 
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Years ago along with a group of lads I went to see Freddie in concert, Blackpool pier.

Funny, beyond belief, we were in tears all night. He was fantastic.

Whats more after his gig, he signed every autograph and had time for everyone. Top bloke top entertainer.

It really does seem like another world.

Thankyou Freddie RIP.


Seconded. Saw most of his generation, Freddie, Jim Davidson, etc etc. If you turn your mind back the material that had you, and all present rolling in the aisles would have had each and everyone of them investigated, and locked up in this woke, modern world.

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 Post subject: Re: Freddie Starr RIP
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Can you imagine the furore now in this sanitised soppy world of folk just itching to be offended if a comedian came onstage in a Nazi uniform and wellies?
Freddie was a product of his generation and very funny too. I was only thinking last night about how comedy becomes unacceptable and how long it takes to do so. The threshold of offence grows shorter and shorter as I witnessed whilst watching Little Britain last night.

Starry Starry night, the words by Don McClean fit his passing, RIP Freddie.

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 Post subject: Re: Freddie Starr RIP
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A funny, energetic man, who entertained you, and made you laugh.

The complete performer, who can rest now..
but there are still certain questions unanswered?

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