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Topic: A bit of an oddity.

I went to post a link to an AJB page on a Facebook post earlier and the avatar that appeared by it is of AJB's Dave.

What's all that about then? Had DZ taken the site off Sico's hands entirely?

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Re: A bit of an oddity.

Ah, so that's who the mystery bidder was... We thought it was Disney.

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Re: A bit of an oddity.

I didn't realize AJB had a Facebook page.

Some people would complain even if you hang them with a new rope

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Re: A bit of an oddity.

It doesn't, does it?

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Re: A bit of an oddity.

minigeff wrote:

It doesn't, does it?

No.

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Re: A bit of an oddity.

It would be nice from a promotional point of view if AJB did have a Facebook page of its own, not that it really needs one I suppose.  ajb007/martini

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Re: A bit of an oddity.

Silhouette Man wrote:

It would be nice from a promotional point of view if AJB did have a Facebook page of its own, not that it really needs one I suppose.  ajb007/martini

I think one clothes shop is enough  ajb007/lol

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Re: A bit of an oddity.

minigeff wrote:
Silhouette Man wrote:

It would be nice from a promotional point of view if AJB did have a Facebook page of its own, not that it really needs one I suppose.  ajb007/martini

I think one clothes shop is enough  ajb007/lol

True!  ajb007/lol

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