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  Heeeeeerrre's Graeme!
  Spinning Image Reviewer hits 40 with no sign of slowing!
  News has just reached us that Graeme Clark, prolific reviewer and editor of this here site turned the big 40 today!

Graeme has been here since day one, writing reviews, articles, editing and, if truth be known, running the entire site. Without Graeme I think it’s fair to say that The Spinning Image would plod along, whereas under his drive it veritably powers along, having recently had its 37 millionth visitor.

In his time here Graeme has written an amazing 4665 reviews, his most popular being Bugsy Malone, They Call Me Trinity and Basic Instinct and his reviews in all have been read an astounding 8,745,553 times!

So, please join me in saying a big Thank You Graeme and Happy Birthday!
  Darren Jones [21 May 2012 at 13:47]

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