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    Retired miner who has followed the Dragons since 1967 , ( yes that was the year their run came to a end ) . I have finally entered the technological age when my son bought me a iPad. Wacko.... it's bloody amazing just what a fella can get on these things ! No need to watch ' The Days Of Our Lives ' anymore on the idiot box . I have been looking at the Forum since Christmas and was impressed at what was being said and thought that I would like to join ,but was somewhat hesitant at first believing that my opinions may be out of date or perhaps old fashioned. However I am glad that I joined as it's nice to be able to converse with other Dragon supporters.
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