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    Default Forest flags at Glastonbury

    Good to see the annual appearance of the Forest flag centre stage at Glastonbury - in fact it seems to be catching as there were 2 watching Rag & Bone man


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    Oooops Misspell how to to change the title?


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    Default Re: Forest flags at Glatonbury

    And the right section.......;-)


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    Default Re: Forest flags at Glatonbury

    Not even the best flag there


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    Default Re: Forest flags at Glastonbury

    The one with Theresa May in the wheat field is a good one this year.




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    Default Re: Forest flags at Glastonbury

    So moderators please put this in the right section and change the spelling error in title 2 things I seem to be incapable of doing on my phone as I'm far too much of a Luddite and far too old to care


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    What's wrong with teh speling?

    By "relegation battle", do you mean 7th, 12th or 14th?

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    Glastonbury is dreadful. Bunch of middle class students in the mud. No thankyou. Working class boys like me are to busy down the mines grafting.


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    Think that's 6 in a row. cn tell it's pre season


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    Default Re: Forest flags at Glastonbury

    Actually on this one I'm with Scott. I thought it hilarious when Jeremy Corbyn was moaning on the stage about poor people and he was preaching to an audience who had each spent hundreds of pounds to be there to watch people making millions a year.


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    Don't get this criticism about the people who go to Glasto? Not everyone who goes is well off. My cousin goes there instead of a holiday and it's a damm site cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel View Post
    Don't get this criticism about the people who go to Glasto? Not everyone who goes is well off. My cousin goes there instead of a holiday and it's a damm site cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel View Post
    Don't get this criticism about the people who go to Glasto? Not everyone who goes is well off. My cousin goes there instead of a holiday and it's a damm site cheaper.

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    That's right, it's the equivalent of a holiday abroad now. Whilst it was originally for anyone that wanted to celebrate the summer solstice.

    I agree with Scott and Val, the irony is side splitting. The cost of stuff on top of the tickets is an absolute joke, £7 a pint is hardly minimum wage friendly is it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Does that screenshot have a baby with a phone on it's notifications?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel View Post
    Does that screenshot have a baby with a phone on it's notifications?

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    It does my friend, its to highlight one of the greatest apps created is active.

    Once you have a kid who wants to watch youtube on your phone youll understand.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    It does my friend, its to highlight one of the greatest apps created is active.

    Once you have a kid who wants to watch youtube on your phone youll understand.
    What is it? Like a parental lock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel View Post
    What is it? Like a parental lock?

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    Its a toddler lock.

    My daughter loves chu chu TV on youtube, but she also loves touching the screen.

    Without the lock it really wouldnt be possible.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Its a toddler lock.

    My daughter loves chu chu TV on youtube, but she also loves touching the screen.

    Without the lock it really wouldnt be possible.
    Oh I see! Genius.

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    Putting everyone who goes to Glastonbury into one homogenous category. 😃

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    You can take your own beer in plus it's all different prices at different bars.

    It aint cheap but if you look at all the bands there don't think it's too bad to be fair.

    Cost me over £2000 to take the mrs and littlen abroad for a fortnight plus even a weekend away by sea in this country adds up.

    It's easy to slate things but I'm laughing more at the right wing media spitting out their dummy over the scenes there and coming up with all manner of shite in criticism of Glastonbury.

    Refreshing change to actually have someone like Corbyn.

    I'd take the negative press he gets with a sack of salt as generally those behind the stories that have their own interests and agendas at heart.

    They are the people such as Murdoch who run the media.

    The Torys all whip the bbc into towing their line by continually threatening to withdraw the licence fee.

    Most of them are deading actually paying the taxes they can easily afford and having to actually take the average person into account instead of ploughing on with things such as zero hours contracts and squeezing wages.

    More than a third of Britain's richest people have donated to the Torys.

    I'd rather have someone who actually tries to represent the majority and not be ruled over by some nasty old Etonian prick looking after the few at the top of the ladder.

    Makes me wonder who on earth even votes them in as you'd have to have some serious dollar before you'd actually be better off under the Torys?

    Ironic that the ageing voters who help keep them in will need services such as the nhs 70% more than the young whilst the Tories do their best to turn it into a skeleton of it's former self and privatise the shit out of it.

    About time people woke up instead of scoffing at people more needy than themselves.

    They don't seem to even know who are actually in their own best interests either they're so blinkered.


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    Default Re: Forest flags at Glastonbury

    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    The cost of stuff on top of the tickets is an absolute joke, £7 a pint is hardly minimum wage friendly is it?
    While it's not the cheapest place to purchase food and beer, I haven't seen anywhere that is charging over £5 a pint cheapest has been £4 for either a ale or cider. You dont feel ripped off and the fact it's one of the few main festivals if not the only one where you can take your own alcohol into the main area you dont feel ripped off.


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    I tend to think that a lot of grief Glastonbury gets is because of the perception that an originally low-key festival has, as it has become more successful, been hijacked by the "metropolitan elite"

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    I tend to think that a lot of grief Glastonbury gets is because of the perception that an originally low-key festival has, as it has become more successful, been hijacked by the "metropolitan elite"
    I agree Chris, it is the same with football, back in the old First Division days fans of ManU, Chelsea and Arsenal were mostly ordinary blokes like us, whereas now most of the "Celeb & Media Circus" associate themselves with one of those three clubs and they hog the headlines and all the cash.


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    Quote Originally Posted by uredsuns View Post
    While it's not the cheapest place to purchase food and beer, I haven't seen anywhere that is charging over £5 a pint cheapest has been £4 for either a ale or cider. You dont feel ripped off and the fact it's one of the few main festivals if not the only one where you can take your own alcohol into the main area you dont feel ripped off.
    Ah, just like Pontins


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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    I tend to think that a lot of grief Glastonbury gets is because of the perception that an originally low-key festival has, as it has become more successful, been hijacked by the "metropolitan elite"
    I remember when the headliners weren't pop stars.... my grandma asked me to go retune her tv for her which i did, as i flicked through i saw katy perry was singing..... whats that all about?


 

 

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