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Do you have any short anecdotes about Jim Nagel?

Posted by Mark Stephens on 15:33, 27/5/2020 |
 
If you do, then Jim's sons Bart and Chris would love to hear from you. We sadly lost Jim in March and so his sons are completing the partially completed Issue 6 for him. They would like to include your contributions in it.

Jim always used to like a short anecdote about the writer to accompany each article. So it seems very appropriate to turn the spotlight back on Jim for his final edition.
 
Any short anecdotes, Interesting or funny bits and pieces, memories, jokes, whatever you like.
This issue is in final preparations so put fingers fingers to keyboard now and drop them an email at bart+archivemag AT tremby.net
 
  Do you have any short anecdotes about Jim Nagel?
  nunfetishist (12:42 28/5/2020)
 
Rob Kendrick Message #124860, posted by nunfetishist at 12:42, 28/5/2020
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After the RISC OS 2000 Epsom show, myself, Daniel Silverstone, Dave Walker, Jim, and a few others squeezed, barely legally, into our Fiesta and went to a branch of Bella Pasta where a barely legal quantity of red wine was consumed.
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The Icon Bar: News and features: Do you have any short anecdotes about Jim Nagel?