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8 hours ago, Billy said:

Do we really need to have Elise O’dea & Lily Mithen on the calendar??

May, Salem, Harmes, Melk etc don’t get a gig?

Well to put it simply O'Dea is much better looking.  She is also one of the best players in the womens side. No problem at all with it.

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Hadn’t received ours before I left for Cobram on Monday, got back a couple of hours ago and they were in the letterbox, must’ve arrived after I left. One was an Xmas present for a new member, she was still ecstatic when we got home today and I got her to open the mail. 😉

Not happy with the club and Aus Post about how this was done, but at least they arrived. 👍🏻

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I got a SMS on Monday 17th saying it was with Aust post. Still nothing on 26th. Not the slightest problem to me I don't need it till March. However it does show the stupidity of promising delivery before Christmas.

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13 hours ago, old dee said:

I got a SMS on Monday 17th saying it was with Aust post. Still nothing on 26th. Not the slightest problem to me I don't need it till March. However it does show the stupidity of promising delivery before Christmas.

I got the SMS around then, and an e-mail today saying it should arrive on the 3rd.

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28 minutes ago, Clintosaurus said:

I got the SMS around then, and an e-mail today saying it should arrive on the 3rd.

yes, it seems auspost is often taking 2 weeks (or more) these days even for suburban delivery

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4 hours ago, Clintosaurus said:

I got the SMS around then, and an e-mail today saying it should arrive on the 3rd.

Still no delivery or email Clint. I would be more than a little annoyed if it was a present for someone. With me it is just an interest example of over promise and under deliver when it should be the reverse.

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4 hours ago, daisycutter said:

yes, it seems auspost is often taking 2 weeks (or more) these days even for suburban delivery

Took them ten days to deliver a Chrissy card between here and Brisbane and they wonder why their business is declining.

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15 minutes ago, old dee said:

Still no delivery or email Clint. I would be more than a little annoyed if it was a present for someone. With me it is just an interest example of over promise and under deliver when it should be the reverse.

got it. today.

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7 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

i'll be excited late september, od.....[deity] willing

I will be very excited in May when we have won eight straight dc.

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2 hours ago, daisycutter said:

got it. today.

Well what did you expect dc?

Who the [censored] knows where Borewood is?

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1 hour ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Well what did you expect dc?

Who the [censored] knows where Borewood is?

i rather prefer the original name, uncle - ballyshanassy

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I haven’t got mine yet but I haven’t re-signed. 

I was hoping to come over for at least a couple of the ‘bigger’ games next season, I’m guessing I’d be better off switching to another type of membership as opposed to my normal interstate one. Anyone out there have any idea what the best option would be? 

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2 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

I haven’t got mine yet but I haven’t re-signed. 

I was hoping to come over for at least a couple of the ‘bigger’ games next season, I’m guessing I’d be better off switching to another type of membership as opposed to my normal interstate one. Anyone out there have any idea what the best option would be? 

I can guarantee one thing Ethan: if you come over for a home game, BBO, Biffen, myself and god knows what other Demonland trash will save a seat for you with us in the Trident section. You might struggle to stay both sober and sane, but sure as [censored] you'll have a ripping time of which you probably won't remember much. BBO is the worry though, fresh meat and all that, but he takes rejection well for a gruff old tart.

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12 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

I haven’t got mine yet but I haven’t re-signed. 

I was hoping to come over for at least a couple of the ‘bigger’ games next season, I’m guessing I’d be better off switching to another type of membership as opposed to my normal interstate one. Anyone out there have any idea what the best option would be? 

make sure you organise a trip to the romsey hellfire club. uncle bitters is master of ceremonies

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I ordered my memberships about a month ago and haven't received anything and the membership hotline is on holidays so I have to wait longer not happy.

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My 2019 scarfs Acrylic, made in China and I told them years ago that I was Happy to forgow an annual scarf in the interest of club finances

I"m an Aussie and I proudly wear my 70's scarf with a bit of wool in it and they can stick the MFC initials up their backsides

Weve given up the best logo that was lightyears ahead of the competition before car stickers were even thought of

We're now reduced to the CFC ( X 2 ) and GFC etc

Good luck to ye old faithful and I await to see if any of this is " Pertinant " 

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Mine arrived on Friday 28th. So only took 11 days to from Australia Post central to the suburbs. As I said earlier I did not care when it arrived but you have to wonder about that time frame and the club's promise they will be delivered before Christmas.

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1 hour ago, old dee said:

Mine arrived on Friday 28th. So only took 11 days to from Australia Post central to the suburbs. As I said earlier I did not care when it arrived but you have to wonder about that time frame and the club's promise they will be delivered before Christmas.

mine arived the same day..and like you..was wondering.

if someone was hoping to use them as a stocking stuffer etc..or a 'special" present....youd come unstuck...especially after getting the email to say it would be there BEFORE xmas...Sloppy stuff

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3 minutes ago, beelzebub said:

mine arived the same day..and like you..was wondering.

if someone was hoping to use them as a stocking stuffer etc..or a 'special" present....youd come unstuck...especially after getting the email to say it would be there BEFORE xmas...Sloppy stuff

I know we are all not the same bb however unless the pack is for a Christmas present does it matter when it arrives? Would it not be better to say all requested ones for presents will be delivered before Christmas? That way the system would only have to worry about a small percentage of the memberships before Christmas and the balance in January when the pressure is off. If mine arrived in Feb it would fine, to be honest as long it arrives prior to the first game I would be happy it is not as though it is full of Goodies that can be used before the first game. With the exception of a couple of bumper stickers what use is it on 30th December?

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