When we traded in guts…

Back in the days when we traded in guts life was so much easier.  We met around the mouth of a cave or nearby a fire and swapped entrails.  A handful of liver was worth half a heart.  Half a dozen kidneys could be exchanged for four trotters or a small brain.  Eyeballs and testicles were worth about the same, depending on the animal they came from.  I know this to be true because it was the main form of exchange during my childhood here in the potteries.  Then some clever dick invented the internet and left Tesco to take over the offal market and shove it all in cheap burgers.  Anyway the point is the link http://www.discogs.com/seller/bevansmusic  doesn’t seem to be working.  I’m working on it…


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