Hi, Webmaister, Av bin lookin' at the picture o' Bridgtin-Cross, an it stirrs ma hert, bit a liked the message werr it sed a kin huv a photy pit oan a cupla mug's so am finkin'see Esther hus a schule pic o' hurr class in Hayfield St in 1939 an a thote noo tis widd be guid furr hurr, as she is rapidly loosin hurr memory, o' modern-time's, bit kin readily reply aboot hurr upbringin'an wit's left o' hurr family, poor-lass an al send oan the pic tae' u wiff a money order, I a huv yurr postal-address, :)Wee hope u-yoor's urr well. Jimmy.Bye
Glad tae be of assistance Valar. The message is actually written in whit's known as 'Parikh's Theorem' which is a theorem of modern language that concerns the nature of 'context free language' when order of letters is disregarded. Understaun? Anywie whit he actually says in the first posting is that his mother comes frae Welshot Road and worked in Curly's the Grocers up until she retired in 1958. He said how last year he has visited his cousins who noo live in East Kilbride, and says further how anybody that knows him should get in touch.
The second posting mentions that since he first posted he has been contacted by numerous school pals, which could'nae have happened withoot the help of Glesca Pals. And does anywan remember a lassie called Maggie Russell who lived in Crail Street in 1951 as she wiz his first girl friend. And that's aboot it. Should ye need further translatins done Valar dont hesitate tae get in touch, awright! ;D
hiv ah red this threed rang, ???the only people oan it is you, me, Anniemay, webmaister, an jimmy nz, where is valar? or did valar contact ye by telepathy j ;Dist tae order sumthin fae the GP shoap An Anniemay , nae wunner ye wur lafin, ah think o wise one his been etit again a we green boatle Eddie