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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sat Feb 25, 2017 8:17 pm

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How was the Pasoti sponsored buffet?

I was wondering why dear old Nooly was there. After all he's not an official club representative (let's not forget that Pasoti is entirely independent of the club so he can't be) and, I suspect, that he is not a member of PASALB given the antipathy he has shown towards our Cockney chums in the past.

So sponsor it was.

What a complete wanker that man is.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:24 pm

I expect James feels IJN has done more for the board than most in last few years.

Quite how the P@SOTI "good causes" fund ends up subsidising those who feel £5 a pint is good value is another question.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:45 pm

But what about the free pasty and programme for the temp seat turkeys..... tumbleweed
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:22 am

So a supporters group called Plymouth Argyle Supporters On The Internet are sponsoring Plymouth Argyle Supporters Association London Branch? How strange.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:47 am

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If there were founder members still living, at least try to contact them to see if they were aware of the event.



I don't see what else could have been done.....all members where e-mailed.....the event was mentioned on facebook and twitter.....it was mentioned on PASALB, PASOTI and ATD.

It's only 40 years, there could be founder members who haven't retired as yet.....it didn't need someone scouring the old folks homes and hospital wards and turning the odd tombstone over to check that everyone had heard.....you can get quite good sophisticated hearing aids these days, so being nearly deaf shouldn't have been a problem.....so really your snide comment isn't warranted........this founder member had certainly heard that the event was on and enjoyed the evening, and met at least one other founder member there, and there was probably others there that I have not remembered who met at the Ordnance Arms, St Johns Wood, Wednesday 30th June 1976.....we certainly cheered Argyle on to relegation that year unfortunately.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 9:06 am

Thanks for the snide reply back to my unsnide comment. Steve Nicholson, the chap in question, is not on pasoti or atd, as far as I'm aware. He is on Facebook but may have missed the initial announcement, which from memory was last November? He's been to several away matches, and is a sociable person. He may no longer be a member due to the fact he lives in Bristol.
A simple call from one of the organisers to all the founder members would have made them all aware of the event
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 10:02 am

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Thanks for the snide reply back to my unsnide comment. Steve Nicholson, the chap in question, is not on pasoti or atd, as far as I'm aware. He is on Facebook but may have missed the initial announcement, which from memory was last November? He's been to several away matches, and is a sociable person. He may no longer be a member due to the fact he lives in Bristol.
A simple call from one of the organisers to all the founder members would have made them all aware of the event

We have no contact number for Steve Nicholson. Steve has not contributed to the organisation in over 20 years. We are all volunteers with limited time on our hands.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 10:04 am

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Thanks for the snide reply back to my unsnide comment. Steve Nicholson, the chap in question, is not on pasoti or atd, as far as I'm aware. He is on Facebook but may have missed the initial announcement, which from memory was last November? He's been to several away matches, and is a sociable person. He may no longer be a member due to the fact he lives in Bristol.
A simple call from one of the organisers to all the founder members would have made them all aware of the event


If maybe Steve isn't in membership and maybe not living in the same place as he was when he was a member.....then how can you expect contact to be kept ?....did he have an e-mail address at the time.....if so did PASALB know of it ?.

It is only in the last year or so that PASALB have got their act together and put together a decent web page giving full info of what they do and how to contact them and renew membership.

If Steve isn't online then I can appreciate that it is difficult for him to know....and also for PASALB to keep track of him.......PASALB you can appreciate is changing membership all the time and people will drift to London and the home counties looking for work as the need maybe.....you can judge the state of the economy by the membership level at times.....so members come and go and it would be difficult for the committee to keep their finger on who is or isn't a member anymore.  

BBC1.....I didn't intend to be snidy but your comment sounded as if PASALB should have known where every member/past member in the last 40 years should be on this earth at any given time......many of those that take out membership never renew it....and it isn't up to the membership committee member to chase people up all the time.....with the new web sight it is possible to down load a form and renew quite easily....if you know how to contact Steve let him know.

Can I just say that I am just a bog standard member and have never been on the leadership committee of PASALB....but they can be easily contacted even on this sight. The 40th anniversary had been talked
about since before it was due last June so anyone on Plymouth sights would have come across it mentioned in some way.


PS.......having just posted this, I see that PASALB have commented above.....Steve had no contact for 20 years.....did you realize he had been out of membership so long ?
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:03 am

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I expect James feels IJN has done more for the board than most in last few years.

Quite how the P@SOTI "good causes" fund ends up subsidising those who feel £5 a pint is good value is another question.
Jimmy, was going so his Jester, was always going to go, dont worry about the dosh there are plenty of gulible nerds who are happy to pay a hundred quid for a photo of a fourth division player so drink up bheys!!!!..... i'll have a pint of Good Causes.... luvverly cheers cheers cheers drunken
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:08 am

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Steve Nicholson Wish i'd known, John - as one of the inaugral members I'd have probably attended

John Lloyd
John Lloyd Ah, sorry Steve.

Steve Nicholson
Steve Nicholson no worries. Were there any others of the original 12 there? John Coker? Chris Dean?

John Lloyd
John Lloyd Neither of those were there. But lots of other regulars and historicals!

Colin Carr Steve you've politely made a good point. Jobs for the boys & over excited chauffeurs

Is all the PAFC board starting to morph into Harry Potter lookalikes ?

Who is that meant to be.....??  Director ??  State of him if it is.

Iddlesleigh Green. Two faced, scheming barsteward. Don't beieve Michael Foot would be proud of his contribution over the last decade.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:08 am

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So a supporters group called Plymouth Argyle Supporters On The Internet are sponsoring Plymouth Argyle Supporters Association London Branch? How strange.

I hear money is no object when it comes to giving the club cash.

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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:10 am

sufferedsince 68 wrote:
green_genie wrote:
I expect James feels IJN has done more for the board than most in last few years.

Quite how the P@SOTI "good causes" fund ends up subsidising those who feel £5 a pint is good value is another question.
Jimmy, was going so his Jester, was always going to go, dont worry about the dosh there are plenty of gulible nerds who are happy to pay a hundred quid for a photo of a fourth division player so drink up bheys!!!!..... i'll have a pint of Good Causes.... luvverly cheers cheers cheers drunken



PATHETIC....but mildly funny....on second thoughts no...not even that.....you haven't improved from your BBC606 days.... point and laugh .
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:14 am

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sufferedsince 68 wrote:
green_genie wrote:
I expect James feels IJN has done more for the board than most in last few years.

Quite how the P@SOTI "good causes" fund ends up subsidising those who feel £5 a pint is good value is another question.
Jimmy, was going so his Jester, was always going to go, dont worry about the dosh there are plenty of gulible nerds who are happy to pay a hundred quid for a photo of a fourth division player so drink up bheys!!!!..... i'll have a pint of Good Causes.... luvverly cheers cheers cheers drunken



PATHETIC....but mildly funny....on second thoughts no...not even that.....you haven't improved from your BBC606 days.... point and laugh .
No idea what your talking about Princecock/Zyphy, but you remain the Toxic old Turd you've always been.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:16 am

sufferedsince 68 wrote:
zyph wrote:
sufferedsince 68 wrote:
green_genie wrote:
I expect James feels IJN has done more for the board than most in last few years.

Quite how the P@SOTI "good causes" fund ends up subsidising those who feel £5 a pint is good value is another question.
Jimmy, was going so his Jester, was always going to go, dont worry about the dosh there are plenty of gulible nerds who are happy to pay a hundred quid for a photo of a fourth division player so drink up bheys!!!!..... i'll have a pint of Good Causes.... luvverly cheers cheers cheers drunken



PATHETIC....but mildly funny....on second thoughts no...not even that.....you haven't improved from your BBC606 days.... point and laugh .
No idea what your talking about Princecock/Zyphy, but you remain the Toxic old Turd you've always been.

lol!
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:34 am

Sight = Site or Cite raised eyebrow
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:39 am

Not to clever using other site usernames..... sufferedsince68 or as it used to be 69.....about time you moved to 67 isn't it...... lol .

Why do I get involved with you dragging the comments to your lowest denominator deadhorse
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:50 am

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Not to clever using other site usernames..... sufferedsince68 or as it used to be 69.....about time you moved to 67 isn't it...... lol .

Why do I get involved with you dragging the comments to your lowest denominator deadhorse
PrinceCock/Zyphy, =Turd.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:52 am

Donate to Pasoti so Nooly doesn't have to pay his way for his nights out.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 3:55 pm

zyph wrote:
BBC1 wrote:
If there were founder members still living, at least try to contact them to see if they were aware of the event.



I don't see what else could have been done.....all members where e-mailed.....the event was mentioned on facebook and twitter.....it was mentioned on PASALB, PASOTI and ATD.

It's only 40 years, there could be founder members who haven't retired as yet.....it didn't need someone scouring the old folks homes and hospital wards and turning the odd tombstone over to check that everyone had heard.....you can get quite good sophisticated hearing aids these days, so being nearly deaf shouldn't have been a problem.....so really your snide comment isn't warranted........this founder member had certainly heard that the event was on and enjoyed the evening, and met at least one other founder member there, and there was probably others there that I have not remembered who met at the Ordnance Arms, St Johns Wood, Wednesday 30th June 1976.....we certainly cheered Argyle on to relegation that year unfortunately.

Final point on this matter Steve Nicholson likes PASALB Facebook page so the event would have appeared on his timeline!
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 4:21 pm

so obviously his exchange with John Lloyd on facebook was 'Fake News' then lol!

I forgot about Peter Jones and his Iddlesleigh Green nonsense.

The phrase that sticks in my mind about PJ was the 'go and support Man Utd' one.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 6:26 pm

Tringreen wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Graiser wrote:
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He is a bundle of laughs


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FROM A OPEN FACEBOOK SITE

Steve Nicholson Wish i'd known, John - as one of the inaugral members I'd have probably attended

John Lloyd
John Lloyd Ah, sorry Steve.

Steve Nicholson
Steve Nicholson no worries. Were there any others of the original 12 there? John Coker? Chris Dean?

John Lloyd
John Lloyd Neither of those were there. But lots of other regulars and historicals!

Colin Carr Steve you've politely made a good point. Jobs for the boys & over excited chauffeurs

Is all the PAFC board starting to morph into Harry Potter lookalikes ?

Who is that meant to be.....??  Director ??  State of him if it is.

Iddlesleigh Green. Two faced, scheming barsteward. Don't beieve Michael Foot would be proud of his contribution over the last decade.

Frankly it looks like he was just off the Dumpster and has just realised he was premature....
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:40 pm

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It was a very nice evening. Absolutely nothing dramatic happened and I enjoyed eating the Pasoti sponsored buffet but I did chew very carefully to make sure I didn't choke on it. I sat on a table with Richard Holliday, Nic Warren and the MP Greg Hands so I was on my best behaviour, though I did ask some Argyle related questions.

It was very much an evening to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Pasalb and it wasn't the time or place for football politics. Lee Jameson was a very gracious host and the speeches were all in good humour. The impression I got was that everyone on the board realises that Derek Adams is our biggest asset. DA appeared very calm and confident.

It was £5 for a pint of London Pride which I thought was reasonable.

Any truth in the rumour that Pasoti have donated 300k to the club?

A friend of a friend was at the event and told me it was mentioned at the bar to him.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:43 pm

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Frank Bullitt wrote:
It was a very nice evening. Absolutely nothing dramatic happened and I enjoyed eating the Pasoti sponsored buffet but I did chew very carefully to make sure I didn't choke on it. I sat on a table with Richard Holliday, Nic Warren and the MP Greg Hands so I was on my best behaviour, though I did ask some Argyle related questions.

It was very much an evening to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Pasalb and it wasn't the time or place for football politics. Lee Jameson was a very gracious host and the speeches were all in good humour. The impression I got was that everyone on the board realises that Derek Adams is our biggest asset. DA appeared very calm and confident.

It was £5 for a pint of London Pride which I thought was reasonable.

Any truth in the rumour that Pasoti have donated 300k to the club?

A friend of a friend was at the event and told me it was mentioned at the bar to him.

When Lee was thanking the sponsors he mentioned that Pasoti had donated £300k to the club. There were a few eyebrows raised but I didn't hear it mentioned again.
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 7:54 pm

Frank Bullitt wrote:
Yea Man wrote:
Frank Bullitt wrote:
It was a very nice evening. Absolutely nothing dramatic happened and I enjoyed eating the Pasoti sponsored buffet but I did chew very carefully to make sure I didn't choke on it. I sat on a table with Richard Holliday, Nic Warren and the MP Greg Hands so I was on my best behaviour, though I did ask some Argyle related questions.

It was very much an evening to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Pasalb and it wasn't the time or place for football politics. Lee Jameson was a very gracious host and the speeches were all in good humour. The impression I got was that everyone on the board realises that Derek Adams is our biggest asset. DA appeared very calm and confident.

It was £5 for a pint of London Pride which I thought was reasonable.

Any truth in the rumour that Pasoti have donated 300k to the club?

A friend of a friend was at the event and told me it was mentioned at the bar to him.

When Lee was thanking the sponsors he mentioned that Pasoti had donated £300k to the club. There were a few eyebrows raised but I didn't hear it mentioned again.
The old Trust was repaid £330,000 (plus nominal interest) from the club. popcorn
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PostSubject: Re: London Branch 40th Birthday Celebrations!    Sun Feb 26, 2017 8:23 pm

That's a facking wodge of dosh, tax free?.

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