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Firpark Gers
06-02-2015, 14:01
Anyone who can get to London for the EGM should make every effort to do so, shareholders to attend and non shareholders to protest.

This in my opinion is as big a date as Manchester so all efforts should be made to make sure they hear us.

Thoughts?

It would be good if supporters buses could travel down too.

rfc1952
06-02-2015, 14:04
Checking flights, trains and bus plus hotel costs just now from Inverness - as you say as big if not bigger than Manchester 2008.

okeydokey505
06-02-2015, 14:34
Could we not charter a train ?

Bigmother
06-02-2015, 14:57
If too many turn up to be accommodated the meeting will be postponed on safety grounds.
King & co should see if the venue can be changed by the court.

fishpakora
06-02-2015, 15:06
Not surprised to see a Trialist promoting something that can only put the EGM at risk of postponement.

If you have no vote or you have proxied it would be best to stay away from the venue. You cannot influence the result but you can give the wigs and or police an excuse to postpone the meeting.

They have selected this venue for a reason. Please proxy your vote to the RST for maximum effect and least risk to the outcome.

largsbluenose
06-02-2015, 15:16
Not surprised to see a Trialist promoting something that can only put the EGM at risk of postponement.

If you have no vote or you have proxied it would be best to stay away from the venue. You cannot influence the result but you can give the wigs and or police an excuse to postpone the meeting.

They have selected this venue for a reason. Please proxy your vote to the RST for maximum effect and least risk to the outcome.

What does it matter whether he's a trialist or not? He's got as much right to put his viewa forward as you, or anyone else.

rfcsmith
06-02-2015, 15:27
What does it matter whether he's a trialist or not? He's got as much right to put his viewa forward as you, or anyone else.well said mate

Job No.86/20
06-02-2015, 15:29
where is it in London?

weetam3106
06-02-2015, 15:29
Perhaps McGills busses with provide some freebies..... And drive the fans to Blackpool instead.

fishpakora
06-02-2015, 15:31
What does it matter whether he's a trialist or not? He's got as much right to put his viewa forward as you, or anyone else.

What does it matter?

Well if a few thousand bears descend on a Kensington venue that only holds a few hundred, they will be gift wrapping an opportunity for the wigs or police to postpone the meeting on safety grounds.

If you can't vote that is all you can accomplish and only a wig would want that. The sensible approach is for small shareholders to proxy their votes but to stay away from the venue.

SDR
06-02-2015, 15:35
What does it matter?

Well if a few thousand bears descend on a Kensington venue that only holds a few hundred, they will be gift wrapping an opportunity for the wigs or police to postpone the meeting on safety grounds.

If you can't vote that is all you can accomplish and only a wig would want that. The sensible approach is for small shareholders to proxy their votes but to stay away from the venue.

Are you being deliberately obtuse? The "What does it matter" question was asked about your childish objection to the OP being a trialist.

Sam_English
06-02-2015, 15:37
Perhaps McGills busses with provide some freebies..... And drive the fans to Blackpool instead.



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AnglianBear
06-02-2015, 15:40
I said on another thread, whilst it's a great idea to have thousands of bears fighting for our lives in London, it will have no bearing on the actual result whatsoever.

Investing that money in shares instead of hotels and transport will help us long term.

laudrup2004
06-02-2015, 15:43
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfK-WX2pa8c&index=6&list=RDAE1ct5yEuVY

PWFM
06-02-2015, 15:44
Checking flights, trains and bus plus hotel costs just now from Inverness - as you say as big if not bigger than Manchester 2008.

£48.00 Easyjet return

sunnybrook
06-02-2015, 15:52
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfK-WX2pa8c&index=6&list=RDAE1ct5yEuVY



Good Shout.The rallying call.


London calling to the faraway towns
Now war is declared, and battle come down.

fishpakora
06-02-2015, 16:00
Are you being deliberately obtuse? The "What does it matter" question was asked about your childish objection to the OP being a trialist.

My 'childish objection' was less to do with his status as a trialist than it is to do with the possibility that some people that don't normally frequent this board would be delighted if the EGM was postponed. There is a confluence of possibility here and the importance of the EGM is such that it shouldn't be ignored.

What would be 'childish' would be the prospect of grown men betraying their own and the club's best interest by serving the wigs the very opportunity they are none-to-subtly trying to engineer.