Good trend to start, the more pins the beter!There's a Star war trilogy down at the Dog& Parrot, I think Jonathan is mates with the landlord.Alan Syson 2' date=' post: 1694992 said:Brewdog asked me to put one in but I couldn't be ****d.
Didn't know about the NF. Seem to have started a bit of a trend. Is there a DE Star Wars around somewhere as well?
Folks live in Ilkeston & sister's over from Singapore. Thought I'd break the journey up.ronsplooter' date=' post: 1694995 said:You've been in my part of the world todayHave you got some pins down here somewhere or just come to see the Olympic torch?
Not so sure. Fooking my takings up :-(Thory' date=' post: 1694997 said:Good trend to start, the more pins the beter!There's a Star war trilogy down at the Dog& Parrot, I think Jonathan is mates with the landlord.
How do you know where the Gay Bar's are ? Ducky.Alan Syson 2' date=' post: 1695002 said:Not so sure. Fooking my takings up :-(
Isn't Dog & Parrot an "alternative" bar? (PC brigade get ****ed off when you say queer)
Ha ha. HQ2. Believe Grizz has the photos. Tho' there was a perfectly good explanation.replicas' date=' post: 1695026 said:Shame I am not going to get to Swavesey this year (again) would have been good to catch up.
Have fun ya all and keep a eye out for that lone stranger half naked walking from the shower dragging his balls on the floor while smoking his tab and looking pretty rough from the night before.
Alan Syson 2' date=' post: 1695028 said:Ha ha. HQ2. Believe Grizz has the photos. Tho' there was a perfectly good explanation.
GrizZ report incoming
Gaz Shiells' date=' post: 1695214 said:The experience has inspired Simon Wallis and I to consider a similar event in Ipswich. Along the lines of Pinferno in NYC. A small gathering in a skate shop. If you haven't seen pinferno, checkout the vids on youtube.
Still early days, only a thought at the moment. I think I might put a poll out on here to gauge interest first. Don't want to saturate the market so to speak!
I too struggled to score more than 600-800,000 on the 8bD. Played it the most of anything else. Whilst packing Devils Dare , I glanced over to see 3 year old Alfie , racking up a score in excess of 1million. He's one to watch for the future.I TiltAlot' date=' post: 1695219 said:I made it to Swavesey for the first time on Saturday afternoon, thanks to a lift from Mark P (teachp8). I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed myself, and as usual I spent far too much time just playing the marvellous selection of pins, and nowhere enough time chatting to the other people who were there. Sorry chaps!
The Eight Ball Deluxe was my favourite game, even though it was set up frustratingly hard.
To Mark Squires, and to everyone else who helped organise this great event, a big thank you!