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FegyverTimot

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  1. Cue biennial outrage at the community round not being included in membership
  2. In +3, a couple of rows from the back. First time at AAMI so looking forward to it
  3. Outdoor box at the derby is $1840 for an 8 seater, so $230 per person. That's quite a bit cheaper than other events; a 12 seater box at the origin cost $16,000, so ~$1300 per ticket (iirc). I think other events like the bledisloe cup are between the two. In summary: 27,000 people spending $30 per ticket plus average $30 on meals & drinks = $1.62m 3,000 people spending $230 per ticket = $690k (plus whatever gets put on spirits) So 10% of the people generate 30% of the revenue. In terms of stadium allocation this wouldn't be too far off a stand's worth. Not that
  4. Just bought two tix bay 37. Pax 15797
  5. History will be made at one of Rugby League’s most iconic grounds, with NSWRL set to bid farewell to Parramatta’s Pirtek Stadium when it hosts this year’s Grand Final Day on 24 September. All three NSWRL senior competitions - Intrust Super Premiership NSW, Ron Massey Cup and Sydney Shield – will hold their showpieces as part of an action-packed triple-header. The venue will hold the three deciders for the second consecutive year before it is likely to be demolished at season’s end. NSWRL Chief Executive Officer David Trodden said it was a privilege hosting what appears to be
  6. Champions league isn't salary capped. Can't we offer players $100k for the season and $300k for the champions league games? Or is there something about that in the cap?
  7. #teamsleepybus lived up to its name. Now got a few hours to get some chiropractic work done on my spine
  8. +2 on the bus from melb. With firefly, not sure if there is also a greyhound overnight. Has anyone who's flown not been 'randomly' stopped for an explosives test?
  9. im in +2. Flying to melbourne on Sat then overnight coach to Adeliade. Flight was $75 and $60 for the coach. $200 back on Monday, not too bad.
  10. I don't think they can just push the lot over and push it into the river. Government have a lot of requirements about minimising landfill and maximising recyclability, so that likely means more of a separated approach, eg rip all plastic seats out, remove copper, separate concrete and steel.
  11. All this carry on is going to be good for the parra stadium as it looks like being the only stadium that a politcian is going to be able to take a campaign picture in front of.
  12. Alberto did resign for next season, Dimas too. Just waiting on Andreu...
  13. But you can use the free wifi to stream the game to your phone!
  14. Regarding the extra cost of the spoil removal as being prohibitive to digging it out further, have they explored using the Hornsby quarry to fill in?
  15. Looking forward to the #westvheapsfurtherwest derby And to seeing the three amigos back again. Actually any chance we can try an RBB version of "Amigos para siempre" as per the Barcelona olympics?
  16. I'm pretty sure if someone lit a flare at least one person would see it. Flares are so bright that it would be impossible not to see, if only for a second or two, the arm which is holding/throwing it, and possibly the shoulders and head it is attached to. It may be not be possible to discern who lit and threw it on every occasion but that fact RBB have absolutely zero interest in self policing exposes their reticence in dealing with anti social rabble within their group. I've had a flare ripped right in front of my in the march and had absolutely no clue who did it. Everyone tends to c
  17. Got 1x ticket to MVC V WSW this Saturday, bay 17. Got a plane ticket too that may be able to be thrown in pretty cheap.
  18. Fair enough. If it was me and I had pie eating fairly high on my agenda I would still make sure I'm not accidentally in the middle of the RBB.
  19. 100% on this, yes it comes off 99/100 & looks ******* good (but so ******* dangerous) however what if 1/100 times was in a grand final & we lose by a single goal? I think there are a few new WSW fans who want to go active & some people who aren't in the RBB at home games. I know it is ******* frustrating watching people trying to look for there seats in an active bay but we have to be patient with them. Just explain to them this is how it is & that nobody is in there seats. It's just first in best dressed. They will learn eventually.Yes you've got your atmosphere soakers, you'v
  20. I'm hoping they can from a slightly different angle, in that it mitigates a few risks. To me in addition to the obvious benefits of improved supporter areas, it will decrease a few of the safety risks, such as not having space under chairs to store/rip contraband and improved ability for security and police to walk between rows. Plus a significantly reduced risk of smashing your hamstrings on the chairs during call to arms
  21. That's the great thing about having a derby in the school holidays, The Cove can do all sorts of things they'd otherwise need a permission slip for
  22. I'm not convinced ANZ will be awesome, I think it will be highly compromised due to the reasons highlighted above. However I can't see the alternatives being any better overall; some are better in some areas but not overall. Really highlights how good pirtek is for us.
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