Hello! I've recently been going through & reading all the Pulp People issues on the wiki, and am curious as to why only some are available on there. Does no one have access to the other issues or is it simply due to not having gotten around to typing them all out? Just wondering! :)
Tell mester to f*ck off!
Blinded by my love...
Well it's a resource to be shared so knock yerself out :)
I had started typing some out some time ago and should have a file.
They were actually transcribed from a scan so I can share this copy. It would require a read through for any typos but it would be quicker then retyping.
Certified Webbo-phile. All Hail the "Warhol" Amps.
iwatch-thebees - excellent work in transcribing issue 20! Having done the earlier newsletters myself I know how time consuming it can be.For the previous issues, I didn't usually type out all the text. I scanned the pages and then used software to read the text. The process often didn't work well though, so there was a lot of correcting errors and typing out bits that couldn't be read automatically.I do have the more recent newsletters, it's just that by issue 19 my motivation to add more had run out. The earlier issues were typically only 2 or 3 folded sheets of A4, while many of the later issues were around 30 pages, so it got much more time consuming to do. Also, the early issues are harder to find, so I guessed there would be more interest to sharing those. I'm not going to have time to transcribe more any time soon, but I could perhaps help by scanning more pages and provide the images for others to work on.
If you aren't a little precocious and a little pretentious in your teenage years, you probably aren't a real Pulp fan. Nothing to be ashamed of there.
Doesn't sound a fun night out though. Either I'm getting intellectually lazy, or the accumulation of experience has just exhausted me, but I rarely watch anything dark or real these days. Watching the witless popcorn trash I once sneered at becomes more attractive with each passing year (or each passing election cycle).