Equipment prices, the economy, exchange rates and the future

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John Stanley
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Tue Dec 02, 2008 6:02 am

Tony wrote:Yeah, shame on me for running this heavilly moderated forum :roll:

Yeah you facist :-D

Erm... Haven't posted here too much as I have to agree with many of Fuller's words. :oops:
I think that less shops will really hurt the sport. The net is fine for you guys in it already, but no conventional stores will limit new blood and that will govern the sports viability. To get back to the topic prices will be fixed by what a sufficient number pf people will pay. If the numbers don't work out then we lose stores as manufacturers go direct and finally the manufacturers.
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Tue Dec 02, 2008 8:18 am

Yeah, shame on you Tony for splitting the thread just because it went slightly off topic regarding how the exchange rate is gonna screw things up for everyone in the UK. I think its disgusting that a forum like this, that we can all subscribe to for naff all, should be allowed to exist. I think we should all go back to writing everyone letters, that way we can employ a lot more lumber jacks, paper manufacturers, and postmen. The other added benefit of binnin the internet method of communication is everything will slow down a little bit so we can all take a bit of time to smell the roses :shock:

Ban the internet, it only encourages cheapness!

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