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harvetheslayer

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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptyFri Jan 17, 2020 5:35 am

Earwegoagain wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

It's not that I'm not clever enough to go cashless you twat.

Dear oh dear. Dont get offensive like that moron across the pond fella. I didn't quote anyone whatsoever. Am observation from myself.
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptyFri Jan 17, 2020 6:21 am

Czarcasm wrote:
For a change it’s actually quite refreshing that instead of being the backward ‘same old Argyle’ we all know and love, the club are looking at doing something mildly forward thinking.
yeah if that was only applied on the pitch as well 😆
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptyFri Jan 17, 2020 6:28 am

RegGreen wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
For a change it’s actually quite refreshing that instead of being the backward ‘same old Argyle’ we all know and love, the club are looking at doing something mildly forward thinking.

yeah if that was only applied on the pitch as well 😆

It does.   The style of play has changed dramatically for the better.
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptyFri Jan 17, 2020 6:36 am

Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
For a change it’s actually quite refreshing that instead of being the backward ‘same old Argyle’ we all know and love, the club are looking at doing something mildly forward thinking.

yeah if that was only applied on the pitch as well 😆

It does.   The style of play has changed dramatically for the better.
only the last two games otherwise it’s been pass it to death with no end product and only cos they seem to have lucked it with jepcott when a decent striker was obviously needed just hope the young kid can keep it up ( no pun intended)
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptyFri Jan 17, 2020 8:34 am

harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

What about those that don't want to? Coins and notes are legal tender some people prefer to use them simple as that.

As for the idea that the club consulted the fans, don't make me laugh.


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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptyFri Jan 17, 2020 11:16 am

harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

My 73 year old mother with Parkinson's has managed with contactless cards since there introduction Harve.


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Rickler

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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptyFri Jan 17, 2020 6:55 pm

Hugh Watt wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

What about those that don't want to? Coins and notes are legal tender some people prefer to use them simple as that.

As for the idea that the club consulted the fans, don't make me laugh.



Don't worry.. The AFT will be right on it.
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptyFri Jan 24, 2020 8:28 pm

I see that notorious backwater New York city has voted in favour of banning businesses becoming cashless... I rarely use it, but you can't just write off the fact that many people prefer or need to pay cash.
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptyFri Jan 24, 2020 9:06 pm

I use my contactless card probably 75% of the time now, mainly because I want to get out of supermarkets asap.
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptyFri Jan 24, 2020 10:49 pm

Nancy Drew wrote:
I see that notorious backwater New York city has voted in favour of banning businesses becoming cashless... I rarely use it, but you can't just write off the fact that many people prefer or need to pay cash.

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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySat Jan 25, 2020 5:32 am

Bob Crow wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

My 73 year old mother with Parkinson's has managed with contactless cards since there introduction Harve.

Its strange. My mother cant remember what has been said 10 seconds before with the dementia. Yet no problem with remembering multiple pin numbers for the various cards. Doctor says it all relates to loss of short term memory as opposed to longer term
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySat Jan 25, 2020 7:47 am

harvetheslayer wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

My 73 year old mother with Parkinson's has managed with contactless cards since there introduction Harve.

Its strange. My mother cant remember what has been said 10 seconds before with the dementia. Yet no problem with remembering multiple pin numbers for the various cards. Doctor says it all relates to loss of short term memory as opposed to longer term
your right there Harve my mother in laws the same sharp as a button remembering things that happened 40 years ago to a tee but anything that happened 10minutes can’t remember
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySat Jan 25, 2020 7:51 am

RegGreen wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

My 73 year old mother with Parkinson's has managed with contactless cards since there introduction Harve.

Its strange. My mother cant remember what has been said 10 seconds before with the dementia. Yet no problem with remembering multiple pin numbers for the various cards. Doctor says it all relates to loss of short term memory as opposed to longer term
your right there Harve my mother in laws the same sharp as a button remembering things that happened 40 years ago to a tee but anything that happened 10minutes can’t remember

How much weed do your mothers smoke?
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySat Jan 25, 2020 7:59 am

Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

My 73 year old mother with Parkinson's has managed with contactless cards since there introduction Harve.

Its strange. My mother cant remember what has been said 10 seconds before with the dementia. Yet no problem with remembering multiple pin numbers for the various cards. Doctor says it all relates to loss of short term memory as opposed to longer term
your right there Harve my mother in laws the same sharp as a button remembering things that happened 40 years ago to a tee but anything that happened 10minutes can’t remember

How much weed do your mothers smoke?
obviously not as much as you if you think halletts the new messiah Very Happy
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Rickler

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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySat Jan 25, 2020 8:06 am

RegGreen wrote:
Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

My 73 year old mother with Parkinson's has managed with contactless cards since there introduction Harve.

Its strange. My mother cant remember what has been said 10 seconds before with the dementia. Yet no problem with remembering multiple pin numbers for the various cards. Doctor says it all relates to loss of short term memory as opposed to longer term
your right there Harve my mother in laws the same sharp as a button remembering things that happened 40 years ago to a tee but anything that happened 10minutes can’t remember

How much weed do your mothers smoke?

obviously not as much as you if you think halletts the new messiah Very Happy

Who said he was the new messiah?  How much are you smoking?

But since you brought it up...  Do you think there will ever be somebody in your lifetime who as a chairman will put in as much money?  Has there been anybody in the past who has done anything similar in bringing assets to the club and at the same time alleviating it of debt?
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySat Jan 25, 2020 8:22 am

Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

My 73 year old mother with Parkinson's has managed with contactless cards since there introduction Harve.

Its strange. My mother cant remember what has been said 10 seconds before with the dementia. Yet no problem with remembering multiple pin numbers for the various cards. Doctor says it all relates to loss of short term memory as opposed to longer term
your right there Harve my mother in laws the same sharp as a button remembering things that happened 40 years ago to a tee but anything that happened 10minutes can’t remember

How much weed do your mothers smoke?

obviously not as much as you if you think halletts the new messiah Very Happy

Who said he was the new messiah?  How much are you smoking?

But since you brought it up...  Do you think there will ever be somebody in your lifetime who as a chairman will put in as much money?  Has there been anybody in the past who has done anything similar in bringing assets to the club and at the same time alleviating it of debt?
in which will no doubt he will benefit financially in the future that’s why for doing that in the first place not cos of the kindness of his heart as your lead us to believe
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySat Jan 25, 2020 11:20 am

FFS how long is this seriously offensive cvnt from the USA going to be allowed to continue baiting others....??
Gone too far this time you twat. Sort it out admin for christ sake. Seeing that quoted passage is appalling for both myself and Reg. Jesus wept
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Rickler

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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySat Jan 25, 2020 3:57 pm

harvetheslayer wrote:
FFS how long is this seriously offensive cvnt from the USA going to be allowed to continue baiting others....??
Gone too far this time you twat. Sort it out admin for christ sake. Seeing that quoted passage is appalling for both myself and Reg. Jesus wept

Nothing like complaining about "offensiveness" while at the same time calling somebody a cnut and a twat.  

Idiot.

I tell you what's offensive.  Calling yourself "General Rastus".

PS. Collected your 10k yet?
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySun Jan 26, 2020 1:15 am

End. Of the day, the world is going cashless. Those opposed need to deal with it I’m afraid.
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySun Jan 26, 2020 3:54 am

RegGreen wrote:
Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

My 73 year old mother with Parkinson's has managed with contactless cards since there introduction Harve.

Its strange. My mother cant remember what has been said 10 seconds before with the dementia. Yet no problem with remembering multiple pin numbers for the various cards. Doctor says it all relates to loss of short term memory as opposed to longer term
your right there Harve my mother in laws the same sharp as a button remembering things that happened 40 years ago to a tee but anything that happened 10minutes can’t remember

How much weed do your mothers smoke?

obviously not as much as you if you think halletts the new messiah Very Happy

Who said he was the new messiah?  How much are you smoking?

But since you brought it up...  Do you think there will ever be somebody in your lifetime who as a chairman will put in as much money?  Has there been anybody in the past who has done anything similar in bringing assets to the club and at the same time alleviating it of debt?

in which will no doubt he will benefit financially in the future that’s why for doing that in the first place not cos of the kindness of his heart as your lead us to believe

So that's a 'no' then?

..and I haven't led you to believe anything. Your whacked out notions are of your own making.
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySun Jan 26, 2020 6:29 am

Just saying "that's the way it's going so deal with it" isn't an argument. That's just going along with what you personally find convenient and ignoring any valid reasons against what might seem "easiest." Who is a cashless society benefitting most? Banks and governments probably. And the anecdotal "my mother is fine with it..." examples are good for those particular mothers, but don't forget the fact that some people in society have no support, no help of any kind, really. So you can't pretend they don't exist. I just believe that cash should always be an option for those who want or need it, whether that's in a football context or anywhere else in life.
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySun Jan 26, 2020 7:04 am

I use the upper Dartmouth ferry for work frequently and them only taking cash payments l must admit is a total pain in the rectum constantly having notes and shrapnel in the sky rocket
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySun Jan 26, 2020 2:28 pm

Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

My 73 year old mother with Parkinson's has managed with contactless cards since there introduction Harve.

Its strange. My mother cant remember what has been said 10 seconds before with the dementia. Yet no problem with remembering multiple pin numbers for the various cards. Doctor says it all relates to loss of short term memory as opposed to longer term
your right there Harve my mother in laws the same sharp as a button remembering things that happened 40 years ago to a tee but anything that happened 10minutes can’t remember

How much weed do your mothers smoke?

obviously not as much as you if you think halletts the new messiah Very Happy

Who said he was the new messiah?  How much are you smoking?

But since you brought it up...  Do you think there will ever be somebody in your lifetime who as a chairman will put in as much money?  Has there been anybody in the past who has done anything similar in bringing assets to the club and at the same time alleviating it of debt?

in which will no doubt he will benefit financially in the future that’s why for doing that in the first place not cos of the kindness of his heart as your lead us to believe

So that's a 'no' then?

..and I haven't led you to believe anything.  Your whacked out notions are of your own making.
is that right your constant arselicking of the fella and jumping on any slight criticism of the him like a rash all very newellesqe just like fatty with Brent ..but hey ho each to there own
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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySun Jan 26, 2020 7:48 pm

RegGreen wrote:
Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
Rickler wrote:
RegGreen wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Bob Crow wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
If my 83 year old half dementia ridden mother can use cards frankly I think the rest of us somewhat younger certainly can. Times have changed. This isnt 1990 anymore.
I always like to carry a bundle when out side of Plymouth but day to day here its 99% cards

My 73 year old mother with Parkinson's has managed with contactless cards since there introduction Harve.

Its strange. My mother cant remember what has been said 10 seconds before with the dementia. Yet no problem with remembering multiple pin numbers for the various cards. Doctor says it all relates to loss of short term memory as opposed to longer term
your right there Harve my mother in laws the same sharp as a button remembering things that happened 40 years ago to a tee but anything that happened 10minutes can’t remember

How much weed do your mothers smoke?

obviously not as much as you if you think halletts the new messiah Very Happy

Who said he was the new messiah?  How much are you smoking?

But since you brought it up...  Do you think there will ever be somebody in your lifetime who as a chairman will put in as much money?  Has there been anybody in the past who has done anything similar in bringing assets to the club and at the same time alleviating it of debt?

in which will no doubt he will benefit financially in the future that’s why for doing that in the first place not cos of the kindness of his heart as your lead us to believe

So that's a 'no' then?

..and I haven't led you to believe anything.  Your whacked out notions are of your own making.


is that right your constant arselicking of the fella and jumping on any slight criticism of the him like a rash all very newellesqe just like fatty with Brent ..but hey ho each to there own

All this "arselicking" and yet when challeged several times in the past, you can never point to a single example to back up your claims. You're just a blowhard.

...and you're obviously to 'unaware' to realise, but I am the norm. I would guess that 99% of Argyle fans are very happy with Simon Hallett and most of them sing his praises far more than I do. You are in the 1% who are so bigoted and confined by your pinko commie views that you cannot comprehend the reality of the situation, even if it came up and slapped you in the face!

and you will never get this.. But the difference between Brent and Hallett is the same as the difference between me an Nool.

OK Comrade?




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PostSubject: Re: Cashless Plan   Cashless Plan - Page 3 EmptySun Jan 26, 2020 8:30 pm

SteelCannon wrote:
End. Of the day, the world is going cashless. Those opposed need to deal with it I’m afraid.

what will tramps and the bucket rattlers do when they know no one has spare change????????
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