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Title: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 02:35:21 PM
I have noticed that a good fund me page has been set up to pay the costs that the football club have incurred in the wake of the play off games? Is this not taking things a little bit too far, the football club is a business and is paying for a mistake, will we now start seeing go fund me pages for every company that makes an error of judgement? Many local charities would have made far more use of that money!  :banghead; :banghead; :banghead;
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paul47 on August 15, 2018, 02:40:18 PM
KLFM set it up. Not the football club.

Can I suggest you contact them if you're not happy about it?
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 02:49:04 PM
KLFM set it up. Not the football club.

Can I suggest you contact them if you're not happy about it?


Nowhere did I suggest that the club started it!  :banghead;
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paul47 on August 15, 2018, 02:50:28 PM
KLFM set it up. Not the football club.

Can I suggest you contact them if you're not happy about it?


Nowhere did I suggest that the club started it!  :banghead;

Hope it helps the club reach it's target. Well done to those that have donated so far.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 03:05:58 PM
KLFM set it up. Not the football club.

Can I suggest you contact them if you're not happy about it?


Nowhere did I suggest that the club started it!  :banghead;

Hope it helps the club reach it's target. Well done to those that have donated so far.

Next go fund me page is to raise money to bring the catering facilities up to standard! (P.S.i made tht one up, but if people can raise money to cover one error of judgement, why not all of them?)!
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paul47 on August 15, 2018, 03:09:47 PM
KLFM set it up. Not the football club.

Can I suggest you contact them if you're not happy about it?


Nowhere did I suggest that the club started it!  :banghead;

Hope it helps the club reach it's target. Well done to those that have donated so far.

Next go fund me page is to raise money to bring the catering facilities up to standard! (P.S.i made tht one up, but if people can raise money to cover one error of judgement, why not all of them?)!

Good idea. Let's get KLFM on board for that as well.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 03:20:28 PM
KLFM set it up. Not the football club.

Can I suggest you contact them if you're not happy about it?


Nowhere did I suggest that the club started it!  :banghead;

Hope it helps the club reach it's target. Well done to those that have donated so far.

Next go fund me page is to raise money to bring the catering facilities up to standard! (P.S.i made tht one up, but if people can raise money to cover one error of judgement, why not all of them?)!

Good idea. Let's get KLFM on board for that as well.


Perhaps you could have a word, maybe see if they can backdate it to the previous fines?  :dontknow:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Mallard on August 15, 2018, 04:05:56 PM
So a guy who is selling a business for circa 900k is going to take 1.1k from people who perhaps have a lot less assets than himself ?  Amazing.

Pay it yourself Mr Cleeve, your mistake or at least your staff's mistake.  No one paid my last speeding fine.  My mistake, my Bill, My problem.

Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paul47 on August 15, 2018, 04:08:56 PM
So if KLFM and other companies/individuals want to help pay the fine and are willing to donate what's wrong with that?

Plenty of people have criticised local businesses for not being interested in the club. Now they are helping it's still wrong?
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Mallard on August 15, 2018, 04:23:12 PM
If companies/individuals want to pay for Mr Cleeve's mistakes, then fine.   I just think there are far more worthier causes to contribute to than a guy who is putting a 900k asset on the market, but is prepared to accept 1.1k to pay for his own cock up. 
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 04:23:36 PM
So if KLFM and other companies/individuals want to help pay the fine and are willing to donate what's wrong with that?

Plenty of people have criticised local businesses for not being interested in the club. Now they are helping it's still wrong?

Big difference between helping a club via sponsorship etc and paying a fine?  Hope Buster is following this just in case the Speedway club incurs a fine for anything?
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paul47 on August 15, 2018, 04:28:18 PM
So if KLFM and other companies/individuals want to help pay the fine and are willing to donate what's wrong with that?

Plenty of people have criticised local businesses for not being interested in the club. Now they are helping it's still wrong?

Big difference between helping a club via sponsorship etc and paying a fine?  Hope Buster is following this just in case the Speedway club incurs a fine for anything?

Still helping the club whichever way you look at it.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 04:33:57 PM
So the club is sending out mixed messages, it is saying that it is trying to encourage the next generation of supporters by allowing free access to children, while on the other hand sending out the message that it is okay to break the rules because someone else will pay the fine?  :dontknow:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paul47 on August 15, 2018, 04:36:39 PM
So the club is sending out mixed messages, it is saying that it is trying to encourage the next generation of supporters by allowing free access to children, while on the other hand sending out the message that it is okay to break the rules because someone else will pay the fine?  :dontknow:

Not at all. I'm sure Mr Cleeve would have paid the fine. But why should the club not except help if people are willing to offer it?

Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 04:44:14 PM
So the club is sending out mixed messages, it is saying that it is trying to encourage the next generation of supporters by allowing free access to children, while on the other hand sending out the message that it is okay to break the rules because someone else will pay the fine?  :dontknow:

Not at all. I'm sure Mr Cleeve would have paid the fine. But why should the club not except help if people are willing to offer it?

Maybe next time the club gets punishment from the league the league may think that a financial punishment didn't punish the club because people had a whip round? Maybe we should pick a punishment that does punish the club, oh look points deducted!  :dontknow:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paul47 on August 15, 2018, 04:46:48 PM
So the club is sending out mixed messages, it is saying that it is trying to encourage the next generation of supporters by allowing free access to children, while on the other hand sending out the message that it is okay to break the rules because someone else will pay the fine?  :dontknow:

Not at all. I'm sure Mr Cleeve would have paid the fine. But why should the club not except help if people are willing to offer it?

Maybe next time the club gets punishment from the league the league may think that a financial punishment didn't punish the club because people had a whip round? Maybe we should pick a punishment that does punish the club, oh look points deducted!  :dontknow:

Think you're making things up now just to make your point!
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 05:05:27 PM
So the club is sending out mixed messages, it is saying that it is trying to encourage the next generation of supporters by allowing free access to children, while on the other hand sending out the message that it is okay to break the rules because someone else will pay the fine?  :dontknow:

Not at all. I'm sure Mr Cleeve would have paid the fine. But why should the club not except help if people are willing to offer it?

Maybe next time the club gets punishment from the league the league may think that a financial punishment didn't punish the club because people had a whip round? Maybe we should pick a punishment that does punish the club, oh look points deducted!  :dontknow:

Think you're making things up now just to make your point!

I am not making things up, merely presenting a scenario, we are still awaiting the outcome of the investigation into the crowd trouble, imagine that scenario coupled with our start to the season?  :dontknow:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paul47 on August 15, 2018, 05:09:24 PM
So the club is sending out mixed messages, it is saying that it is trying to encourage the next generation of supporters by allowing free access to children, while on the other hand sending out the message that it is okay to break the rules because someone else will pay the fine?  :dontknow:

Not at all. I'm sure Mr Cleeve would have paid the fine. But why should the club not except help if people are willing to offer it?

Maybe next time the club gets punishment from the league the league may think that a financial punishment didn't punish the club because people had a whip round? Maybe we should pick a punishment that does punish the club, oh look points deducted!  :dontknow:

Think you're making things up now just to make your point!

I am not making things up, merely presenting a scenario, we are still awaiting the outcome of the investigation into the crowd trouble, imagine that scenario coupled with our start to the season?  :dontknow:

He's a scenario.

A club gets fined for, arguably, doing the right thing (in fact they've had loads of support from various other clubs, supporters and media). Local businesses get together, willingly, to help fore-mentioned club. Some people still not happy and criticise businesses for trying to help their local football club. But that's only a scenario and surely wouldn't happen.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 05:22:12 PM
So the club is sending out mixed messages, it is saying that it is trying to encourage the next generation of supporters by allowing free access to children, while on the other hand sending out the message that it is okay to break the rules because someone else will pay the fine?  :dontknow:

Not at all. I'm sure Mr Cleeve would have paid the fine. But why should the club not except help if people are willing to offer it?

Maybe next time the club gets punishment from the league the league may think that a financial punishment didn't punish the club because people had a whip round? Maybe we should pick a punishment that does punish the club, oh look points deducted!  :dontknow:

Think you're making things up now just to make your point!

I am not making things up, merely presenting a scenario, we are still awaiting the outcome of the investigation into the crowd trouble, imagine that scenario coupled with our start to the season?  :dontknow:

He's a scenario.

A club gets fined for, arguably, doing the right thing (in fact they've had loads of support from various other clubs, supporters and media). Local businesses get together, willingly, to help fore-mentioned club. Some people still not happy and criticise businesses for trying to help their local football club. But that's only a scenario and surely wouldn't happen.

Interesting scenario that is, few flaws though, 'aforementioned' club whether trying to do the right thing or not broke the rules and got fined, nobody has criticized local businesses for wishing to help the club, merely the fact that it is being done under the guise of a charitable donation? Long may local businesses support the club, but through the usual sponsorship channels?
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paul47 on August 15, 2018, 05:25:15 PM
So the club is sending out mixed messages, it is saying that it is trying to encourage the next generation of supporters by allowing free access to children, while on the other hand sending out the message that it is okay to break the rules because someone else will pay the fine?  :dontknow:

Not at all. I'm sure Mr Cleeve would have paid the fine. But why should the club not except help if people are willing to offer it?

Maybe next time the club gets punishment from the league the league may think that a financial punishment didn't punish the club because people had a whip round? Maybe we should pick a punishment that does punish the club, oh look points deducted!  :dontknow:

Think you're making things up now just to make your point!

I am not making things up, merely presenting a scenario, we are still awaiting the outcome of the investigation into the crowd trouble, imagine that scenario coupled with our start to the season?  :dontknow:

He's a scenario.

A club gets fined for, arguably, doing the right thing (in fact they've had loads of support from various other clubs, supporters and media). Local businesses get together, willingly, to help fore-mentioned club. Some people still not happy and criticise businesses for trying to help their local football club. But that's only a scenario and surely wouldn't happen.

Interesting scenario that is, few flaws though, 'aforementioned' club whether trying to do the right thing or not broke the rules and got fined, nobody has criticized local businesses for wishing to help the club, merely the fact that it is being done under the guise of a charitable donation? Long may local businesses support the club, but through the usual sponsorship channels?

Not denying that we broke the rule. I've not seen anywhere it being mentioned as a charitable donation? I've seen it being advertised as helping the club?
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: westlynnmike on August 15, 2018, 05:33:53 PM
I think this is bit like being "a Friends of the Linnets" type situation. Someone at KLFM has thought it a nice idea to help the Club. Club has not approached KLFM for help. KLFM is the organiser of this Help the Linnets situation and should be applauded for their efforts.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 05:52:00 PM
I think this is bit like being "a Friends of the Linnets" type situation. Someone at KLFM has thought it a nice idea to help the Club. Club has not approached KLFM for help. KLFM is the organiser of this Help the Linnets situation and should be applauded for their efforts.

Nothing like the FOTO, that is a body set up to raise funds for the club, the go fund me page is to pay a fine!  When courts impose monetary sentences on people that maybe mummy pays, they realise it is no longer a punishment, so it looks to alternative punishment?
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Mallard on August 15, 2018, 05:53:07 PM
Paul has anyone seen the paperwork confirming what the actual offence that the Club have committed ?  There seems to be one story from Mr Cleeve and one from elsewhere.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: westlynnmike on August 15, 2018, 05:58:44 PM
I think this is bit like being "a Friends of the Linnets" type situation. Someone at KLFM has thought it a nice idea to help the Club. Club has not approached KLFM for help. KLFM is the organiser of this Help the Linnets situation and should be applauded for their efforts.

Nothing like the FOTO, that is a body set up to raise funds for the club, the go fund me page is to pay a fine!  When courts impose monetary sentences on people that maybe mummy pays, they realise it is no longer a punishment, so it looks to alternative punishment?

KLFM is basically asking people to be a "Friend of the Linnets" and raise funds for the Club to help pay a fine - Duh, what's the difference.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 06:03:04 PM
I think this is bit like being "a Friends of the Linnets" type situation. Someone at KLFM has thought it a nice idea to help the Club. Club has not approached KLFM for help. KLFM is the organiser of this Help the Linnets situation and should be applauded for their efforts.

Nothing like the FOTO, that is a body set up to raise funds for the club, the go fund me page is to pay a fine!  When courts impose monetary sentences on people that maybe mummy pays, they realise it is no longer a punishment, so it looks to alternative punishment?

KLFM is basically asking people to be a "Friend of the Linnets" and raise funds for the Club to help pay a fine - Duh, what's the difference.

FOTL don't raise money to pay fines, nice poor me card played by Mr Cleeve!  :banghead;
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: westlynnmike on August 15, 2018, 06:07:59 PM
I think this is bit like being "a Friends of the Linnets" type situation. Someone at KLFM has thought it a nice idea to help the Club. Club has not approached KLFM for help. KLFM is the organiser of this Help the Linnets situation and should be applauded for their efforts.

Nothing like the FOTO, that is a body set up to raise funds for the club, the go fund me page is to pay a fine!  When courts impose monetary sentences on people that maybe mummy pays, they realise it is no longer a punishment, so it looks to alternative punishment?

KLFM is basically asking people to be a "Friend of the Linnets" and raise funds for the Club to help pay a fine - Duh, what's the difference.

FOTL don't raise money to pay fines, nice poor me card played by Mr Cleeve!  :banghead;

From my original Post: I think this is bit like being "a Friends of the Linnets" - A bit like, not exactly like!

Griss, you twist and turn everything to be as awkward as you can be. Give it a rest and accept that other people can have views that are different to yours and that you are not always right.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 15, 2018, 06:17:53 PM
Having different views is what provokes discussion, ultimately discussion makes things clear, or do you always feel a need to question my every view because yours is different, the way it comes across Mike is that you believe I am not always right so therefore you must be? So is it better I question nothing, and bow to the knowledge of my elders, and just put on a fleece and learn how to say baaaaa?  :dontknow:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: SamsDad on August 16, 2018, 07:48:44 AM
Having different views is what provokes discussion, ultimately discussion makes things clear, or do you always feel a need to question my every view because yours is different, the way it comes across Mike is that you believe I am not always right so therefore you must be? So is it better I question nothing, and bow to the knowledge of my elders, and just put on a fleece and learn how to say baaaaa?  :dontknow:

I think the issue here is that you would be fairly likely to argue with your own reflection Gris.

I understand you to a point BUT members on this forum have cried out for some media attention locally about the football club. Although the story isnt positive, the message is, why not promote the football club and how we NEARLY got promoted last year but after making a goodwill gesture of reduced/zero admission fees for youths we are now being fined.

Who cares who pays?! Surely better out of someone elses pocket than the club, we can spend more on upgrading facilities, players, general day to day costs...

The league/FA wont care who pays the fine as much as they dont care fining us. Ridiculous scenarios but again for god sake, let people get behind the club whether thats viewing, media coverage or some free money!
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paddygray on August 16, 2018, 01:02:17 PM


I think the issue here is that you would be fairly likely to argue with your own reflection Gris.

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Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 16, 2018, 03:58:20 PM


I think the issue here is that you would be fairly likely to argue with your own reflection Gris.

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If I thought I was right why would I argue with myself?  :dontknow:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Blue Moon on August 16, 2018, 04:15:01 PM
Or just any excuse to have a direct or sideways swipe at the Chairman
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 16, 2018, 04:21:26 PM
Or just any excuse to have a direct or sideways swipe at the Chairman

He knows what I think of him, I told him to his face!
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paul47 on August 16, 2018, 04:25:55 PM
Good to see the target has been reached. Well done to KLFM and thanks to all those who donated.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 16, 2018, 04:36:13 PM
I have just got a speeding fine taking children to Hunstanton, I did it for free because I feel the next generation needs to be helped to keep Hunstanton going? Could people please have a whip round to pay my fine, and does anyone have a licence I could put the points on?  :dontknow:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Paul47 on August 16, 2018, 04:37:27 PM
I have just got a speeding fine taking children to Hunstanton, I did it for free because I feel the next generation needs to be helped to keep Hunstanton going? Could people please have a whip round to pay my fine, and does anyone have a licence I could put the points on?  :dontknow:

Set up a go fund account and see what happens.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: westlynnmike on August 16, 2018, 08:00:38 PM
I have just got a speeding fine taking children to Hunstanton, I did it for free because I feel the next generation needs to be helped to keep Hunstanton going? Could people please have a whip round to pay my fine, and does anyone have a licence I could put the points on?  :dontknow:

Set up a go fund account and see what happens.

Only people who like Grissles would donate! Could be a long time until his go fund me account reaches its target.  :laughcry: :laughcry: :laughcry: :laughcry:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Mallard on August 16, 2018, 08:26:46 PM
Sign of things to come ?
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 17, 2018, 01:34:30 AM
What I find sad about the whole affair is that people have rushed forward to help a business, but many genuine charities in the area have to beg for money, these charities hold events to raise funds! So now all of these people have willingly donated to a blubbering businessman, could they look at some genuine charities?  :dontknow:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: westlynnmike on August 17, 2018, 09:13:36 PM
What I find sad about the whole affair is that people have rushed forward to help a business, but many genuine charities in the area have to beg for money, these charities hold events to raise funds! So now all of these people have willingly donated to a blubbering businessman, could they look at some genuine charities?  :dontknow:

I, personally, donate to whom I want to. If it's a charity or a cause (KLTFC Fine) or KLTFC Online Feed, it's my choice, not anyone else's business.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 17, 2018, 09:52:05 PM
What I find sad about the whole affair is that people have rushed forward to help a business, but many genuine charities in the area have to beg for money, these charities hold events to raise funds! So now all of these people have willingly donated to a blubbering businessman, could they look at some genuine charities?  :dontknow:

I, personally, donate to whom I want to. If it's a charity or a cause (KLTFC Fine) or KLTFC Online Feed, it's my choice, not anyone else's business.

Never knocked anyone who gives to charity, or question who they donate to, we all have our favourite charities. My choice I don't like bailing out private business?  :dontknow:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 18, 2018, 10:58:10 AM
Just wondered if Mr Cleeve appealed against the decision?  :dontknow:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Blue Moon on August 18, 2018, 02:53:01 PM
What are your views on the Trust asking for donations to fund the live feed Gris , would you find it acceptable if people want to donate ?
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Loopy,linnet on August 18, 2018, 03:36:47 PM
Again grissles got an issue with the club ,the club let kids in for free including slough towns and the other shower of ,The FA should hang their heads in shame so quick to punish small clubs when they themselves should be encouraging clubs to get kids through the gates ,grissles you are an embarrassment to this towns football club your constant digs moaning and groaning about it ,is it not about time you and few of the trust got over yourselfs you didnít get the club end of ,stop trying to ruin the football club ,go take up bowls or something other than trying to destroy the club
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 18, 2018, 04:44:13 PM
Again grissles got an issue with the club ,the club let kids in for free including slough towns and the other shower of ,The FA should hang their heads in shame so quick to punish small clubs when they themselves should be encouraging clubs to get kids through the gates ,grissles you are an embarrassment to this towns football club your constant digs moaning and groaning about it ,is it not about time you and few of the trust got over yourselfs you didnít get the club end of ,stop trying to ruin the football club ,go take up bowls or something other than trying to destroy the club

Why bring the trust into it?
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 18, 2018, 04:49:33 PM
What are your views on the Trust asking for donations to fund the live feed Gris , would you find it acceptable if people want to donate ?

The trust is a body that is funded by activities organised by itself and it's members, it is not a business run by one man, and the live feed is service provided for all those people that can't make a game, trust or non trust members. If the trust were after money to pay a fine my objection would be equal!
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: wixy on August 18, 2018, 05:13:26 PM
I am very sorry to say, that 3 weeks into the season The Forum has become the grissles page again.
We had a few weeks prior to kick off that he contributed very little and it was a pleasure to read what was being said, some positive some negative as it should be.
I dont know Grissles and I am sure his heart is in the right place, but it is time to use his brain better, get behind the club or stop commenting on everything about the club in the usual manner. I thought the silly statement about getting a driving ticket was absolutely pathetic and serves no purpose at all.
It takes a big man to say sorry and mean it, why not try it you might be suprised where it gets you.
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Loopy,linnet on August 18, 2018, 05:22:16 PM
Ssssshhhhhh grissly your moaning is becoming boring
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Blue Moon on August 18, 2018, 05:46:46 PM
What are your views on the Trust asking for donations to fund the live feed Gris , would you find it acceptable if people want to donate ?

The trust is a body that is funded by activities organised by itself and it's members, it is not a business run by one man, and the live feed is service provided for all those people that can't make a game, trust or non trust members. If the trust were after money to pay a fine my objection would be equal!
Why are you comparing the trust to what I presume is Mr Cleeve ? It was KLFM who set up the request for donations
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 18, 2018, 06:15:31 PM
Ssssshhhhhh grissly your moaning is becoming boring


Don't read it then, you only come on here to moan about me or have a dig at the trust, can't you find a different hobby, like knitting?  :laughcry: :laughcry: :laughcry:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 18, 2018, 06:17:50 PM
What are your views on the Trust asking for donations to fund the live feed Gris , would you find it acceptable if people want to donate ?

The trust is a body that is funded by activities organised by itself and it's members, it is not a business run by one man, and the live feed is service provided for all those people that can't make a game, trust or non trust members. If the trust were after money to pay a fine my objection would be equal!
Why are you comparing the trust to what I presume is Mr Cleeve ? It was KLFM who set up the request for donations


It was you who made the comparison by mentioning donations, okay so if anyone started a go fund me page to pay off a fine I would object.  :cheers:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 18, 2018, 06:20:04 PM
I am very sorry to say, that 3 weeks into the season The Forum has become the grissles page again.
We had a few weeks prior to kick off that he contributed very little and it was a pleasure to read what was being said, some positive some negative as it should be.
I dont know Grissles and I am sure his heart is in the right place, but it is time to use his brain better, get behind the club or stop commenting on everything about the club in the usual manner. I thought the silly statement about getting a driving ticket was absolutely pathetic and serves no purpose at all.
It takes a big man to say sorry and mean it, why not try it you might be suprised where it gets you.

What would I have to say sorry for?  :dontknow:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Stan on August 18, 2018, 06:33:16 PM
Hey Griss. Lynn won today away at highly fancied Tamworth. Have a good evening :cheers:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 18, 2018, 07:05:21 PM
Hey Griss. Lynn won today away at highly fancied Tamworth. Have a good evening :cheers:



I will celebrate with a nice strong cup of tea. :coffee:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Dilligaf on August 18, 2018, 07:40:18 PM
I disagree.....if grissles wasn't on here it would be mighty boring....keep up the debates Griss  :stir: :stir:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: Grissles Oleary on August 18, 2018, 08:27:57 PM
I disagree.....if grissles wasn't on here it would be mighty boring....keep up the debates Griss  :stir: :stir:


 :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:
Title: Re: Go fund me.
Post by: westlynnmike on August 18, 2018, 09:52:53 PM
I disagree.....if grissles wasn't on here it would be mighty boring....keep up the debates Griss  :stir: :stir:

Please, don't encourage him. The only thing he won't argue about is when someone agrees with him and even then he will give it a good go.  :argue: