Wigan World History
Started: 2nd Jan 2021 at 23:25
Last edited by Tommy Two Stroke: 2nd Jan 2021 at 23:32:46
It did say the longest member STILL POSTING.
Replied: 2nd Jan 2021 at 23:49
Thank's --TTS only you could come up with finding something like that but --the plonker is right again with -- It did say the longest member STILL POSTING.
Replied: 3rd Jan 2021 at 07:31
Last edited by dougie: 3rd Jan 2021 at 07:56:45
Not only did it ask for the earliest member still posting but it stated on WIGAN WORLD not LQQK
Replied: 3rd Jan 2021 at 07:54
PeterP is right when he said LQQK was before WW that is a continuation of LQQK, So Tumtingle have anther gander,
Replied: 3rd Jan 2021 at 14:16
Tumtingle I know,---You must have missed my post when I asked this.
I would like you to add another award too your list if this cant be beaten, The longest poster on WW that is still posting my friend Bentlegs he first reposted on the new WW on 6th June 2006 is last post was the 30th December 2020
--- can anyone come with anyone with a longer posting history that is still posting ---
Replied: 3rd Jan 2021 at 14:58
Just like to add again, after having time to look round the two links uploaded by TTS, still not got my head round the (Wayback Machine) but good if you can still login. TTS I've put both in Favourite just in case they go missing.
Nothing changes this from 2003 -- Poster or sh-- starrers-- There's more to WW than the message boards if new people or old posters look at the site why we are in lockdown and forget about all the negative chat
Replied: 6th Jan 2021 at 07:22
Last edited by dougie: 6th Jan 2021 at 07:58:46
I think we are in 'Lockdown because of the Worldwide Global Pandemic, which is something to doo with that Covid-19 thing
It's not really the fault of the 'bad uns' on Wigan World
Replied: 6th Jan 2021 at 11:28
Got me wrong not meaning anything it was just one of the threads in 2003 and it sounded just like the same things still happening today on WW,
How many look at other things on WW, was just pointing out with lockdown everyone as time to look round that's all, I've put the link on ex-downer greener thread on places of for them to read, it's all facts about the life of a young lad just starting work in the Pit in 1948
Replied: 6th Jan 2021 at 13:16
Last edited by dougie: 7th Jan 2021 at 14:53:20
When I grew up in Bamfurlong, and I left there when I was 11 my schoolmates eventually went to Ashton Secondary Modern, and then they went down't pit
I really do wish I had done the same, and then me and Whupsy could have worked together uderground, and Whupsy would have been mi boss
Replied: 6th Jan 2021 at 13:36