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Neal M

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  1. I went to university at UEA. I was a 1990's version of Dan. 3 years of (enforced) celibacy. Even the locals weren't keen on the ginger Neal M. Is the puppet master still doing his thing in Market Square?
  2. Cheers, Smog. Appreciated. Though there is an added complication that U.S. credit cards don’t have PINS. We just sign. Hope they have pens behind the kiosk.
  3. Just to clarify - is the club only accepting contactless payments? Or can you still put your card into a reader at the till? Just looked at my cards, and none of them have the contactless symbol. Contactless isn’t that much of a thing over here. Not that I’m expecting to make a game anytime soon, but it’s nice to know.
  4. To help the OP out. From the Bank of England: What does legal tender mean? You might have heard someone in a shop say: “But it’s legal tender!”. Most people think it means the shop has to accept the payment form. But that’s not the case. A shop owner can choose what payment they accept. If you want to pay for a pack of gum with a £50 note, it’s perfectly legal to turn you down. Likewise for all other banknotes, it’s a matter of discretion. Legal tender has a narrow technical meaning which has no use in everyday life. It means that if you offer to fully pay off a debt to someone in legal tender, they can’t sue you for failing to repay.
  5. I get a black screen when I try and watch on my laptop. Works perfectly via the app on my phone though.
  6. At best it’s 100% full.... And the average attendance in 2018 was 37,233. 7th best in the league. Making the average game 74% full. Dynamic pricing works two fold at Coors. 1) It raises revenue when the team is doing well and the casual fans are more interested. 2) It raises revenue when the weather makes a difference. In the blazing summer heat, dynamic pricing doesn’t change the price of seats where you might get sun stroke. But it can increase the price of those much desired seats in the shade.
  7. We’ve had Dynamic Pricing at Coors Field since 2013. As a rule of thumb, I’m not affected by any increases, as I pick my games in advance and buy the tickets as soon as the single game tickets are released in Feb. As the game gets closer, I’ve never noticed prices fall below the amount I’ve paid.
  8. South of the Eskimo border its on ESPN+ But I'll be at Disney World with the family. Hoping for a blizzard in West London that week, and the game to be rescheduled for sometime in February.
  9. The Football League “evening out” in the OP both intrigues and scares me. But to be clear - I don’t want to spend an evening out with Madine and Ripper Ched.
  10. When Hull fans stop banging their family members, I may listen to what they have to say. Until then... We were terrible though. If they want to take the wee wee, I can’t blame them.
  11. So he’s cup tied? fizz that. Everton can keep him.
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