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eFestivals last won the day on June 12 2010

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  1. eFestivals

    Why don't they let this many people in any more?

    Pyramid wasn't so bad. Dance village was something else.
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    Football 17/18

    surprising? They can't seem to stop winning it at the mo, and they look around the same strength of team as they always do.
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    Football 17/18

    as far as I know they are, and fingers crossed they are. Want it to be the spectacle the players involved suggest it could be. I guess you'll be cheering on Real?
  4. someone gets the tickets to use however they like no matter how they're sold, so that part might be unfair but it's unfair across all systems (anti-touting methods can be used on queued-up sales just like they can internet sales, so that's even too). depends how much you want to go. If you-just-have-to-be-there you'll prefer having a ticket in your hand because there might be no touts. If someone stays in bed and doesn't log-on for tickets I'm pretty sure you'd happily say they couldn't be bothered enough about it to get the tickets. Exactly the same applies with queued-up-for-tickets, just with different levels of convenience. At the end of the day anyone selling tickets via physically queuing up for them probably isn't going to endear their more-casual fans towards them, but when it's their doing and their consequences I can't see anything wrong with it if that's what they want to do.
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    Why don't they let this many people in any more?

    boomtown is the other one which is similar in that respect.
  6. eFestivals

    Football 17/18

    Fellani, the player so integral to Moaniho's plans that Moaniho is letting him leave. Hey, I wonder how the geezer in the vid Nal posted coped with losing on Saturday.
  7. eFestivals

    Recommend an artist 2018

    outside of the obvious acts there's not much on the list I know.
  8. eFestivals

    Why don't they let this many people in any more?

    and then when it all goes wrong, the govt get the blame for not regulating things properly. Deaths happen at badly regulated festivals; are you putting your family forwards to be the ones that die?
  9. eFestivals

    General News Discussion

    why do you think Labour are? Just like the tories, Labour are in it for the power, not for what they can do with the power. It's why Jez promises the moon on a stick each time he opens his gob while leaving the moon on a stick out of the manifesto; it's why Jez is all for brexit. Etc, etc, etc. As for any election, you're making the mistake of believing it would happen because the tories want to win it. That doesn't necessarily hold. Do you think? The sureest way to make sure there's not another election soon is to give a party enough seats so they don't need that election soon. Remember, most people want brexit done and dusted asap, which isn't what happens if Labour win.
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    General News Discussion

    I've suggested that the tories might decide they don't want to be the ones holding the shitty stick called brexit, and stitch Labour up with having to do it.
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    General News Discussion

    loved how one of the selection said that someone from somewhere else couldn't possibly understand anything about the locals and what they thought. That, btw, was the self-declared leftist of the selection. It's the party of irony.
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    General News Discussion

    You're assuming that Corbyn can deliver the moon on a stick as he's promised. That's a false measure to use against an alternative leader, because resources cannot be conjured out of thin air, what happens in reality is that resources get diverted somewhere else. But all that aside, if a new leader stuck to Corbyn's script 100% - and also ditched McD and Abbot (as well as others from the front bench of low achievers) - it would make a big difference. That alternative wouldn't be carrying Corbyn's baggage, and it's his baggage that loses him votes more than it is what he's saying today. yep, I don't disagree. Labour might lose some of the 25% of their votes they got last times from previously-kipper-voters. But it probably works in Corbyn's favour even if the numbers of gained votes and lost votes were equal - because those previously-kipper-voters aren't likely to all become tory votes (if they were happy to vote tory they'd have probably voted tory and not kipper in the past), while the extra votes Labour would attract would be nearly all tory votes - so would (effectively) count double. It's not Corbyn they fear, the tories' fear is being out of power. That fear remains for all of the while it looks possible they'll lose a next-election. Yep, me too. I'm not writing his chances off entirely, but Corbyn doesn't really look like he's able to win, else he'd be clearly ahead now. Which puts the decider onto the tories and not Labour, where victory will come for corbyn by the tories being more-shit than him. That's depressing.
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    Rolling Stones

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    Boomtown 2018

    judging from what i've read somewhere (their website, i think), nope. There was a comment something along the lines of "if you all turn up at daybreak for the midday opening you'll be queuing for hours".
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    General News Discussion

    They're tories, they're all awful. But within the system that exists, the appointments she's made don't seem too unreasonable. Pickles was in one of the top tory jobs at some point (I forget which one), so would be a standard for the the Lords. And yep, May is attempting the reduce the numbers, and these appointments trend the numbers downwards if the same small number are extended across time. May's clearly trying to give herself a greater chance of getting stuff thru the Lords, but the small number of appointments don't actually achieve that for her - so I'm going to refrain from slagging her off too much, cos she could have appointed enough to ensure stuff got thru.
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