Tatt's life!

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Postby Tony Papard » Sat Aug 11, 2007 10:50 am

martin bates wrote:
or you could click 'view posts since your last visit.' Tony's not daft & is clearly getting to grips; but people can prefer what they're used to. As I 've said before, to me, & perhaps others,Yahoo is easier. Martin. :D

Yes, I've been spoiled by Yahoo messages just dropping into my Inbox.

I now click on 'View posts since your last visit', but you still need to remember what was the last post you read and the date. I still occasionally come across messages I've somehow missed. For instance, two YouTube clips of Jerry I'd missed which I found yesterday in one of the threads.

I think I was assuming when you clicked on the above you got the first message since you last checked, but you get the last message and so have to remember which was the message you last read and scroll back to it. I'm sure that's why I've missed some posts. I have a shocking memory, so perhaps Martin's suggestion about having instructions tattooed where we can read them is not so daft after all!
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Re: Tatt's life!

Postby yorkshire88 » Sun Jan 22, 2012 1:04 pm

flip54 wrote:Almost, it said The Hawk!


Tony Papard wrote:Fan Jay Halsey had Jerry Lee's name tatooed on his neck, if I remember correctly.

I think you're both right. I'm sure Jay had "Rockin' Jerry Lee" on one side of his neck (ouch!) and "The Hawk" on the other, as well as "Le Bon Ton Roulet" (sic) on his forearm ("Laissez les bon temps roulet" translated into English from French Cajun to "Let The Good Times Roll"). I'm still toying with the idea of getting a portrait of Jerry Lee somewhere on my torsoe, but it's crucial you go to a tattooist who specialises in portraits, otherwise there's a danger he'll end up looking like Val Doonican and we don't want that! Might be safer going for Buddy Holly - bit more recognisable. 8)

I always liked the images of Jerry Lee on the front cover of SunLP1043 and thought the Sun label with exploding piano keys would look quite good:



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