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Hi everyone. Just finished (re-re-re-re) reading the Road to Nowhere bait Shiver made back in 2005. The embedded YouTube link - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WVRC3-5UdA of Peter Jones in Glasgow - hasn't worked since I first read the bait early this year.
I'd really, really like to see the video. Does anybody by any chance have a copy of it somewhere? I would be really grateful if someone could upload to either YT or to a file hosting site or something?
I've already posted this in the Pictures and Video forum, but thought it might get seen more on the main forum.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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Wed Oct 19, 2011 8:45 am
unfortunately the person who originally posted the video hasn't been around here for 5 years or more. you might try sending a PM to A Skinner who was involved in the bait and is still active on the forums..... but there's a very good chance the video is gone forever.
This has been the case for quite a few original photos/videos from early days of baiting (especially situations where a baiter hosted their own stuff).
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Wed Oct 19, 2011 10:38 am
It's a cracker. Sadly, I don't have the Peter Jones video. I do have the audio from that Bait, also Bonnie Scotland, and ASkinner's Barrister Kone Safari all downloaded in different folders. Every now and then, I open a folder and click 'play all'. It's like listening to an audio book or a play. I still laugh at Matins Davis and the Arnie soundboard in Road to Nowhere.
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