Pot Luck Comp - late August

Ageing_Gracefully

War Hero
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A quick quiz for you all and once again just to empty my bookshelves it will be a pot luck competition with a mixture of fiction and non-fiction books available.

The competition will run until Sunday 4 September at a time I can be bothered to end it! Due to the slagging I have been receiving on ARRSE for being a wise and elderly gentleman, I have decided to make this extremely simple question about the Old Age Pension! :twisted:

Entry form can be found here: Pot Luck Comp
 

witsend

MIA
Book Reviewer
Is this competition only open to the PSOFs?

The questions seem to be tailored for the more mature gent/lady.
 

Ageing_Gracefully

War Hero
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Comp closed and winners drawn using Random Number selector from tinterweb. The winners therefore, and there are some known suspects again, are:

@Sumo

@AAGF
@Andy_Cap
@dockers
@endure
@Little Grand Slam

Emails have gone out, please reply asap guys.

Answers:

Q1: first pensions were due to be paid on 1 Jan 1909

Q2 The Act was introduced by the Liberal party

Q3 The first pension of 5/- in modern decimal is 25p

Simples!
 

Sumo

War Hero
Comp closed and winners drawn using Random Number selector from tinterweb. The winners therefore, and there are some known suspects again, are:

@Sumo
@AAGF
@Andy_Cap
@dockers
@endure
@Little Grand Slam


Emails have gone out, please reply asap guys.

Answers:

Q1: first pensions were due to be paid on 1 Jan 1909

Q2 The Act was introduced by the Liberal party

Q3 The first pension of 5/- in modern decimal is 25p

Simples!
Thanks AG I won't believe anything wrecker says about you again?
 

Andy_Cap

War Hero
Comp closed and winners drawn using Random Number selector from tinterweb. The winners therefore, and there are some known suspects again, are:

@Sumo
@AAGF
@Andy_Cap
@dockers
@endure
@Little Grand Slam


Emails have gone out, please reply asap guys.

Answers:

Q1: first pensions were due to be paid on 1 Jan 1909

Q2 The Act was introduced by the Liberal party

Q3 The first pension of 5/- in modern decimal is 25p

Simples!
Thanks AG :)Mail sent
 
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