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Discussion in 'Fulham FC News and Notes' started by Spozzie, Aug 12, 2005.

  1. pettyfog

    pettyfog Well-Known Member

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    That's right... if you saw the offal MB, there was notice of a pile-up on the motorway and from his account, Jim was involved in it.. curious - he said those BEHIND him got the worst of the wreckage. So perhaps he was in the initial?

    At any rate, the video highlights have the BBC commentary, the second half has Jim's

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    - and NO, I AINT gonna apologize for signing up!!

    I signed the petition, I sent a personal EMAIL of protest, and that is THAT!

    AGAIN if one of you can find a hack that allows bridging into VOX messenger on a single stream out, I will install it.. or, better, give my FuilhamTV log-in to CT
     
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  2. ChicagoTom

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    An FYI to all, I sent the email to the club with the petition this morning. I sent it to Lee Hoos, Andy Ambler, David McNally, Paul Mudge, Rachel Pallant and Jenny Gower. I tried sending it to Al Fayed as well, but all the email addresses I tried kept getting bounced back.

    I will let everyone know if I hear anything back from them. Thank you to everyone who has signed the petition so far. We have 274 last I checked. That is impressive.
     
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  3. Martin-in-Nashville

    Martin-in-Nashville New Member

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    That's Interesting, The petition says "Help lower the price of Fulham TV" and yet you say you signed it AND Paid for a Subscription. Is that not DOUBLE standards Pettyfog?...
     
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  4. Martin-in-Nashville

    Martin-in-Nashville New Member

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    Also Pettyfog, why did you send a email of Protest?...Did someone MAKE You pay, did someone insist you pay, did someone false you to pay???????

    What's your protest, you have paid and the want to Protest,that doesn't make sense??????

    Who's MAKING You pay????that's what I would like to know?
     
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  5. pettyfog

    pettyfog Well-Known Member

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    I protested the PRICE I had to pay.

    I also said that I would probably signup but that I thought few others would.. nothing inconsistent there.
     
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  6. Martin-in-Nashville

    Martin-in-Nashville New Member

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    You protested the price BUT still payed it?...that's wierd?

    This is the reply I received from Pipex today.




    Thank you for your email.
    I am sorry but we do not have anything to do with the ?7.99 charge for the Fulham games commentary.
    We only charge you for the broadband service.
    You will need to speak to Fulham Football Club regarding this charge.
    We do sympathise with the situation and I am sorry we are not able to assist with this query.
    Please let us know if you have any further queries.
    Warm Regards
    Eyvonne Beeson
     
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  7. ClevelandSimon

    ClevelandSimon New Member

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    I protest every paycheck paying the highest city taxes in the State of Ohio where I work (2.85%).

    I protest every time I fill up my car with $2.65 gas, but I pay it.

    I protest every month when the cell phone bill comes, but I pay it.
     
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  8. Martin-in-Nashville

    Martin-in-Nashville New Member

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    Then pay the 7.99 a month and shut the fcuk up!
     
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  9. BostonDan

    BostonDan New Member

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    Invalid Comparison

    You have to pay taxes and I assume that gas and phone service are necessities for you as well. By no stretch of the imagination is Fulham TV a necessity so this comparison is ridiculous.
     
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  10. Martin-in-Nashville

    Martin-in-Nashville New Member

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    My suggestion to you Redcoat999 would be, Stay home, turn your cell phone off and watch Fulhamtv. that way you would have No Tax to pay ,No Gas to buy and No cell phone bill to pay. and you would still have Fulhamtv at 7.99 to watch...what a BARGAIN!
     
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  11. ClevelandSimon

    ClevelandSimon New Member

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    Who pee's in your Wheaties every morning???
     
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  12. pettyfog

    pettyfog Well-Known Member

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    Finally received a reply to my email;
    Dont know if that last was referring to my complaint on them having no gear for sale in Columbus or not.
     
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  13. NJGlen

    NJGlen New Member

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    I do..I am the wheatie pee fairy and I try and make it to most households before 7am. I also have another gig mending shoes during the night and at Christmas I get a little extra cash by wearing a beard and letting little children sit on my lap.
     
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  14. sfm

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  15. james2

    james2 New Member

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    if you go to http://russielloyd.co.uk/premiershipgoals/ you can see the goals from Fulham matches throughout the course of the season.

    also, if you tap Coolstreaming into google, and download it, you can watch premiership matches from Asia. all the text is in Japanese (methinks), but commentry is English and they show ALL premiership games; so if there's a game midweek then it'll be on there.

    the problem lies in that Fulham aren't the most famous club out there, so often enough we'll be replaced by Chelsea, Arsenal or Man Utd, but if we play against them or midweek, chances are you cans ee it (on the ESPN channel)

    tbh, listening on the radio does me fine, so i've never subscribed to the FFC TV thing. just go the BBC Radio website and select to listen to Radio 5 Live or Sports Xtra.
     
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  16. pettyfog

    pettyfog Well-Known Member

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    Usually wont connect outside UK, James.

    But Merseyside worked today which is why I noted that!
     
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  17. james2

    james2 New Member

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    ah got it. sorry, i keep forgetting about this stuff not working in the US. the bastards!
     
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  18. ClevelandSimon

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    BBC block IP's from outside the country however. But I just watched the everton game yesterday on coolstreaming. I tried ppstream (higher quality), but it wouldn't work.
     
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  19. james2

    james2 New Member

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    yeah, ppstream seemed hit and miss for me. coolstreaming does it though, it'll be better when i can move off this 575k line and onto 2mb!
     
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  20. Martin-in-Nashville

    Martin-in-Nashville New Member

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    Excuse me but this is not my quote?
     
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