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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave View Post
    I did catch the early part of the Kinkycake power hour with PS. It was not only a blast from the Bid past................ but not only an age in the day when things were not only better, but sentences were...............still unfini...............and the light, the light in that is.... isn't it, Another master class by the "Penguin".
    Ideal World I salute you, all you need now is to bring in Sally Jaxx, and call the channel Bid.
    I keep expecting to see the Brash lady appear....lol



         
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy View Post
    I keep expecting to see the Brash lady appear....lol
    Just give it time Kathy, you may not be disappointed for to much longer! :mysmilie_59:

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    Sally Jaxxxxx fashion though? Right in the quality bracket of the amazing, superb, fantastic, outstanding sugar crisp and made in Italy don't you think? Exclusively designed for Ideal World, by World leading fashionista Sally Jaxxxxx, who's had her brands on television and all over the world?
    Not only with the drape, the crease.......

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    I don't watch IW but, when I saw the Kincade hour scheduled, I wanted to have a dip in to see the offerings, as the guy has passed. They picked the right guy to host the hour (!). Is Peter Simon always so theatrical? He gave a dramatic, in depth, interpretation of every brush stroke - these were prints, i.e. copies of the original paintings - the serenity, the symbolism. Whilst I do find his work quite calming, portraying the "painter of light" as a man with deep religious morals (QVC), a family man and loving husband was plain wrong. At the time of his accidental overdose, he was living with his mistress, who claimed to have photos, and that he had willed his mansion to her. Not exactly the behaviour of a loving father. She and his wife reached an out of court settlement. I have no interest in his private life, just don't make him out to be some paragon of virtue. Peter Simon spoke of the prints as if they were penned by Monet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by louise66 View Post
    Is Peter Simon always so theatrical?
    I love your way with words, and in answer to your question, yes, he is like that with most of the things he tries to sell on the television. Have a good look on YouTube, you will find many examples.

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    Was he dressed as an art critic or auctioneer, or does he always dress like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turandot View Post
    Was he dressed as an art critic or auctioneer, or does he always dress like that?
    May be mistaken but he was Ronald McDonald in 80s TV ads. Now he is just Coco The Clown..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turandot View Post
    Was he dressed as an art critic or auctioneer, or does he always dress like that?
    With such fine prints, a bow tie was fitting :smirk:

    Gardening, he just wears an old jumper.
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    The blokes a cock :)
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanos View Post
    The blokes a cock :)
    A crude but highly accurate description of the great man. I couldn't have put it better myself!
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