Hopefully, this one will stay slightly Spam Free. It is safe to put your email address in here too, it won't be displayed publically.

When you sign the book it'd be nice if you could say how you found this page, and what made you visit. Thanks.


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NameMichael
Date2007-03-13
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Webpagelorry.org
MessageI suspect I have so many hits because I have been here for longer than just about anyone else and tend to show up a lot on things, not because of some homepage in a country that makes butter and bacon and has about 100 people in it.


NameBjörn Emil
Date2007-03-13
Messagetry lorry.dk ... that's why you have sow many hits


NameCrispin Hive (Chive)
Date2007-03-09
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Message1992 is a long time ago and Leeds is a long way away...

Cool website - nice to see some history has been preserved :-)


Namebaataraa
Date2007-02-22
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Messagehi.


NameCurt Morehouse
Date2007-01-11
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Webpagehttp://www.truckdrivingcdljobs.com
MessageFound your site from google lookking for lorrys.
Great site! Keep up the good work!


NamePhil Hicks
Date2006-10-30
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MessageJust browsing the net for original 2000ad art and your 'Ron Smith' original popped up.

A nice page that one. He's one of my favorite artists. I'm no seasoned collector but I've always been keen to own a Ron Smith, Brian Bolland or Dave Gibbons original!

If you ever fancy parting with it please drop me a line - not that I can offer much for it as I'm always skint, but hey thats life!

Cheers,
Phil


NameMichael
Date2006-10-29
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Webpagehttp://lorry.org/
MessageJust fiddling with more options, I like the little flags. Ah good, I have turned those bloody smileys off. Happier now!


NameMichael
Date2006-10-29
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Webpagehttp://lorry.org/
MessageRight! Let's see how long this one lasts. I certainly seem to eat up guestbooks on my websites. I did want to use Lazarus Guestbook from http://www.carbonize.co.uk/Lazarus/ but the bloody thing insists on using SQL to hold data. Why does something as simple as a guestbook program need to use SQL and why does everyone writing code these days assume we will have access to create databases? Grumble. Kids today, etc etc...

Meeee.


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