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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Thu Nov 02, 2017 6:22 pm

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 Post subject: Re: Banned for Season Ticket Misuse? (Club statement)
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The person involved has published on Facebook a letter sent to him by the club (not the smartest thing to do) where the club claim their records indicate he has attended matches free of charge on at least six occasions over the last 18 months.
The club also noted he posted abusive messages on "social media" aimed at club staff.
lol!
Dossier man is orgasmic that his trawling of Facebook has enabled him to impart this wonderful snippet of information to the baying sheep.
If he's been doing his job properly, he'll be needing another file for my dossier.
And should I ever have the (mis)pleasure of bumping into him he'll be needing something else for sure. laugh Ban deadhorse red card salute there there :Suicide:

Don't see the problem with Punchy sharing the letter on Facebook at all, it's his letter to do as he wishes. Or maybe it's because it shows what a bunch of wankers run Argyle by saying they'll even take social media behaviour into account when reviewing his ban. It's like Argyle is now run by North Korean like dictators who feel they decide on what supporters can and can't say.

Well stick that in your dossier De Lar you bellend and report it back to the club like a good little piglet. I'll see if i can dig out your posts on here where you say it's "ATD only for me from now on".
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Thu Nov 02, 2017 6:34 pm

yet no action is being taken so score one to punchy
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Thu Nov 02, 2017 7:47 pm

We'll bugger me sidways with a bargepole! Now 22 pages long on Pyongyang with 16,500 views.

Just sitting back and quietly chuckling to myself watching them throw hissy fits because the Police wern't interested.

Intriguing to add that the club let it go on 6 times in over a year and a half when my mucker couldnt make it. It hastens to ask why on earth did they not tell me the first time that I was comitting a cardinal sin?!

Oh and after paying for the ticket myself apparently every time I did it I ripped the club off by £20 !

PASOTI the forum that keeps on giving laugh

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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Thu Nov 02, 2017 8:33 pm

Have you heard from Brent Herald for your side of the story
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Thu Nov 02, 2017 8:34 pm

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We'll bugger me sidways with a bargepole! Now 22 pages long on Pyongyang with 16,500 views.

Just sitting back and quietly chuckling to myself watching them throw hissy fits because the Police wern't interested.

Intriguing to add that the club let it go on 6 times in over a year and a half when my mucker couldnt make it. It hastens to ask why on earth did they not tell me the first time that I was comitting a cardinal sin?!

Oh and after paying for the ticket myself apparently every time I did it I ripped the club off by £20 !

PASOTI the forum that keeps on giving  laugh  

Yeah but those other times Punchy, there were no stickers involved fella.
And also neither a diversion for the real robbery going on! popcorn
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Thu Nov 02, 2017 9:18 pm

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We'll bugger me sidways with a bargepole! Now 22 pages long on Pyongyang with 16,500 views.

Just sitting back and quietly chuckling to myself watching them throw hissy fits because the Police wern't interested.

Intriguing to add that the club let it go on 6 times in over a year and a half when my mucker couldnt make it. It hastens to ask why on earth did they not tell me the first time that I was comitting a cardinal sin?!

Oh and after paying for the ticket myself apparently every time I did it I ripped the club off by £20 !

PASOTI the forum that keeps on giving  laugh  

Knobbers Modpack are running short of tissues lol! lol! Delar, Olliearshole,Darren the estate agent, etc they are falling over themself to get  outraged sunny pity they dont mention Nools auction scam ripping off argyle fans, or Delar/Greenman threatning woman, or nools whitefeather sent to a dying man? phoney c~~ts
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 2:34 pm

Does 'Taxman Dave' post on here under another name? If not then odds-on he/she will be soon because Chief piggywiggy won't like Taxman's comments about the club reaction. Haven't had so much fun from a story since Ena Sharples was trying to get Albert Tatlock in the sack! laugh
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 3:24 pm

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Does 'Taxman Dave' post on here under another name? If not then odds-on he/she will be soon because Chief piggywiggy won't like Taxman's comments about the club reaction. Haven't had so much fun from a story since Ena Sharples was trying to get Albert Tatlock in the sack! laugh


I predict he will soon have problems logging in.
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 3:43 pm

I remember the days when going to Home Park was just about the football. I blame the likes of Newell, Brent, and more recently Back, for losing the plot, and deliberately infecting the whole experience for their own individual reasons. Easy peasy in the internet age. Some folk get off on such behaviour. Spitting from ramparts.
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 4:08 pm

And nowhere on JBSOTI does it mention that Punchy paid for the disabled ticket, stealing Nools charidee thunder. Of course if Nool had bought the ticket everybody would have heard about it, all the feckin time.
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 4:14 pm

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And nowhere on JBSOTI does it mention that Punchy paid for the disabled ticket, stealing Nools  charidee thunder. Of course if Nool had bought the ticket everybody would have heard about it, all the feckin time.
Ollie being the perfect lap dog, straight in after his master's voice!
When did it stop being just about the football? Ban confused
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 4:56 pm

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tigertony wrote:
Does 'Taxman Dave' post on here under another name? If not then odds-on he/she will be soon because Chief piggywiggy won't like Taxman's comments about the club reaction. Haven't had so much fun from a story since Ena Sharples was trying to get Albert Tatlock in the sack! laugh


I predict he will soon have problems logging in.
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 5:08 pm

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And nowhere on JBSOTI does it mention that Punchy paid for the disabled ticket, stealing Nools  charidee thunder. Of course if Nool had bought the ticket everybody would have heard about it, all the feckin time.

Doesn't suit their agenda that. All punchy did wrong was accidently used the carers ticket instead of season ticket he paid for, and the only reason he got found out was because of the sticker.

All pre planned by a bunch of scumbags who shouldn't be anywhere near this club.
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 5:14 pm

At the end of Day we know it & they certainly F@[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] know it ..it was about criticising the regime & the band of asslickers that have there noses in the trough..thats what its really about
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 5:47 pm

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At the end of Day we know it & they certainly F@[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] know it ..it was about criticising the regime & the band of asslickers that have there noses in the trough..thats what its really about
This incident has opened a few more fan's eyes to what's going on at the club.
And as much as Dossier boy says about Punchy publishing his letter from the club on social media, today's announcement regarding pyrotechnics including:-

Argyle have also cancelled tickets belonging to fans who have promoted the use of pyrotechnics on social media, or who have openly planned to bring one into the ground with them. The club acts robustly to find potential perpetrators, and monitors social media output as part of this approach

Just goes to show that the club are taking to monitoring Social Media and are going to use the things said on it to bring about bans and cancellation of tickets.

I've aked the question on Free Chat...who is the person in charge of monitoring Social Media? Rick Cowdery? or someone else perhaps? someone who like to do that sort of 'internet' thing? popcorn
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 6:24 pm

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RegGreen wrote:
At the end of Day we know it & they certainly F@[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] know it ..it was about criticising the regime & the band of asslickers that have there noses in the trough..thats what its really about
This incident has opened a few more fan's eyes to what's going on at the club.
And as much as Dossier boy says about Punchy publishing his letter from the club on social media, today's announcement regarding pyrotechnics including:-

Argyle have also cancelled tickets belonging to fans who have promoted the use of pyrotechnics on social media, or who have openly planned to bring one into the ground with them. The club acts robustly to find potential perpetrators, and monitors social media output as part of this approach

Just goes to show that the club are taking to monitoring Social Media and are going to use the things said on it to bring about bans and cancellation of tickets.

I've aked the question on Free Chat...who is the person in charge of monitoring Social Media? Rick Cowdery? or someone else perhaps? someone who like to do that sort of 'internet' thing? popcorn
pathetic beeb banning fans cos of whats on social media..who gave Plymouth Argyle the right to be the internet police ffs
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:03 pm

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At the end of Day we know it & they certainly F@[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] know it ..it was about criticising the regime & the band of asslickers that have there noses in the trough..thats what its really about

Keep it village, keep it simple, keep it cheap, keep it ticking over, we are Plimuff argyle we'll always be shit. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:07 pm

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RegGreen wrote:
At the end of Day we know it & they certainly F@[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] know it ..it was about criticising the regime & the band of asslickers that have there noses in the trough..thats what its really about

Keep it village, keep it simple, keep it cheap, keep it ticking over, we are Plimuff argyle we'll always be shit. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:29 pm

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RegGreen wrote:
At the end of Day we know it & they certainly F@[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] know it ..it was about criticising the regime & the band of asslickers that have there noses in the trough..thats what its really about
This incident has opened a few more fan's eyes to what's going on at the club.
And as much as Dossier boy says about Punchy publishing his letter from the club on social media, today's announcement regarding pyrotechnics including:-

Argyle have also cancelled tickets belonging to fans who have promoted the use of pyrotechnics on social media, or who have openly planned to bring one into the ground with them. The club acts robustly to find potential perpetrators, and monitors social media output as part of this approach

Just goes to show that the club are taking to monitoring Social Media and are going to use the things said on it to bring about bans and cancellation of tickets.

I've aked the question on Free Chat...who is the person in charge of monitoring Social Media? Rick Cowdery? or someone else perhaps? someone who like to do that sort of 'internet' thing? popcorn

And as the great man once said, why not use your real names? lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:41 pm

Earwegoagain wrote:
BBC1 wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
At the end of Day we know it & they certainly F@[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] know it ..it was about criticising the regime & the band of asslickers that have there noses in the trough..thats what its really about
This incident has opened a few more fan's eyes to what's going on at the club.
And as much as Dossier boy says about Punchy publishing his letter from the club on social media, today's announcement regarding pyrotechnics including:-

Argyle have also cancelled tickets belonging to fans who have promoted the use of pyrotechnics on social media, or who have openly planned to bring one into the ground with them. The club acts robustly to find potential perpetrators, and monitors social media output as part of this approach

Just goes to show that the club are taking to monitoring Social Media and are going to use the things said on it to bring about bans and cancellation of tickets.

I've aked the question on Free Chat...who is the person in charge of monitoring Social Media? Rick Cowdery? or someone else perhaps? someone who like to do that sort of 'internet' thing? popcorn

And as the great man once said, why not use your real names? lol!
Real names on FB. Must make Dossier boy and Internet Ian very sticky indeed. laugh
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:53 pm

If "they" made registering limited liability companies a little cheaper, say a £1, so we could all legally partake, maybe they'd have a few more real names. Jim Brent has loads of REAL names registered, and most of them holed up at PL2.
I'd be quite happy to be an off shore holding company for anyone on the mainland wanting transparency and use of a REAL name. pirat
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Sat Nov 04, 2017 12:18 am

OMG -



You mean not using my real name...............
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Sat Nov 04, 2017 11:44 am

Maybe the club should issue some guidelines on what constitutes acceptable behaviour on social media.

For instance, is it ok to call someone out for telling lies about other people? Is it ok to mention the fact that the club lost a valuable player - and captain - because the club president was shagging his wife? Is it ok to let people know that an individual's plastered confidential information about them all over a public web page? Is it ok to discuss publicly available information about the club owner's accounts?

And what about the club's view of acceptable behaviour elsewhere? Are there any guidelines on this that fans need to know about? Is it ok to exercise our democratic right to comment on matters of public concern, like planning applications? Is it ok to hold any personal, moral or political views which might be different from the club's? Is it ok to go about our daily lives safe in the knowledge that nobody associated with the club will try to get us sacked from our jobs, or threaten to visit our homes to have a word?

I think we should be told.
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Sat Nov 04, 2017 11:57 am

Peggy wrote:
Maybe the club should issue some guidelines on what constitutes acceptable behaviour on social media.

For instance, is it ok to call someone out for telling lies about other people? Is it ok to mention the fact that the club lost a valuable player - and captain - because the club president was shagging his wife? Is it ok to let people know that an individual's plastered confidential information about them all over a public web page? Is it ok to discuss publicly available information about the club owner's accounts?

And what about the club's view of acceptable behaviour elsewhere? Are there any guidelines on this that fans need to know about? Is it ok to exercise our democratic right to comment on matters of public concern, like planning applications? Is it ok to hold any personal, moral or political views which might be different from the club's? Is it ok to go about our daily lives safe in the knowledge that nobody associated with the club will try to get us sacked from our jobs, or threaten to visit our homes to have a word?

I think we should be told.
Great post Peggy, agree with all of that.
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PostSubject: Re: Stickergate banning   Sat Nov 04, 2017 1:07 pm

Peggy wrote:
Maybe the club should issue some guidelines on what constitutes acceptable behaviour on social media.

For instance, is it ok to call someone out for telling lies about other people? Is it ok to mention the fact that the club lost a valuable player - and captain - because the club president was shagging his wife? Is it ok to let people know that an individual's plastered confidential information about them all over a public web page? Is it ok to discuss publicly available information about the club owner's accounts?

And what about the club's view of acceptable behaviour elsewhere? Are there any guidelines on this that fans need to know about? Is it ok to exercise our democratic right to comment on matters of public concern, like planning applications? Is it ok to hold any personal, moral or political views which might be different from the club's? Is it ok to go about our daily lives safe in the knowledge that nobody associated with the club will try to get us sacked from our jobs, or threaten to visit our homes to have a word?

I think we should be told.
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