Actually getting off your arse and joining in here at the Goodies web site has a number of really good sorry Goodie benefits. You get to chat to people with a common interest and who you know already share a simmilar sense of humour, and it is a great way to make new friends from all over the world. Now how Goodie is that? Very Goodie I reckon, dont you!
Well, it's true...I got to meet the administrator, Zaphod and his friends, so I made new friends there (Zaphod wore a Goodies T-shirt, so I'd recognise him!), plus D-Day seems to have become a firm friend; Edna keeps in touch from time-to-time and we sent each other something across the sea by post(Edna's in the UK) and now I seem to have collected the friendships of Daftbird and Junius along the way! But I must admit, most of it has been done sitting on this seat!
Okay okay well we all are spending way to much time at our computers instead of watching TV, but anyway by "getting off your arse" I meant to stop just viewing and join in. Now Janice what do you mean "seems to", bugger mate I would have said firm anyway. Hey I enjoy telling people about your skills as an artiste extraordiarie, and as a matter of fact another friend of my was showing me her artwork last night, so I will get some samples to show you. She is big on horses and unicorns. I suggested she do something to connect the Mustang car emblem and the car and she could make some good bickies selling them to Mustang owners.
I agree, D-Day, it's such a nice feeling to be part of a "community" of sorts. I know I'm still the newbie around these parts, but I've already managed to make a few mates, your good self included! Plus, I know I'm not alone in my Goodies infatuation now! I find it a very nice thought that the Interne and sites like this have created a forum where people of common interest can congregate and chat with one another and form new friendships...
... goodness, I keep going in this vein I'm going to make myself cry j/k!
Ah, so the term "friend" is a goer, then, D-Day? Don't get your friend's hopes up too much...you make money out of the wannabees...the others, who actually have Mustangs and horses, etcetera, have to spend so much on their upkeep, they don't want to spend it on keepsakes. It's those who don't have, who are willing to spend the dough on the artwork...or so it would seem. Unless you can actually afford to own, say a Spitfire, and have so much money you can afford to commission a famous artist to do the painting of it... (I've heard a story from a famous aviation artist who did this!).