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Offline OnTheDrink

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Re: new livemusic exemption bill
« Reply #15 on: Mar 30 - 2011 »
Karyjokey is recorded music? 8)

Unfortunately, it's live music as far as the Licensing Act is concerned. I have fond memories of being chucked out of a pub a good few years ago with a mate for our amazingly bad rendition of Mustang Sally! :)

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Re: new livemusic exemption bill
« Reply #16 on: Apr 7 - 2011 »
I honestly believe that Humphrey is against music completely and would not have it back in his pubs if it were free or even if he was paid to put it on. It has become an obsession with him.  :(

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Re: new livemusic exemption bill
« Reply #17 on: Apr 12 - 2011 »
I honestly believe that Humphrey is against music completely and would not have it back in his pubs if it were free or even if he was paid to put it on. It has become an obsession with him.  :(

Agreed. He's a loon.

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Re: new livemusic exemption bill
« Reply #18 on: Apr 12 - 2011 »
He seems to have lost the plot with pubs with function rooms not been used for live music or entertainment anymore.He must be losing money instead of gaining as in the takings of the pub.
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Re: new livemusic exemption bill
« Reply #19 on: Apr 13 - 2011 »
HS must be getting on in age a bit and won't be able to keep going forever. Does anyone know what will happen when he retires?
Perhaps bringing back music....?

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Re: new livemusic exemption bill
« Reply #20 on: Apr 13 - 2011 »
HS must be getting on in age a bit and won't be able to keep going forever. Does anyone know what will happen when he retires?
Perhaps bringing back music....?

He's 65.   Maybe he's thinks he it like the Queen. A job for life.

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Re: new livemusic exemption bill
« Reply #21 on: Apr 13 - 2011 »
His son Sam should take over :D

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Re: new livemusic exemption bill
« Reply #22 on: Apr 13 - 2011 »
His son Sam should take over :D

Well in fairness ownership of the company can only pass to male heirs of the shareholders so maybe he'll be stuck with it at some point, assuming he wants all those millions!

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Re: new livemusic exemption bill
« Reply #23 on: Apr 16 - 2011 »
humprey is like mr burns on the simpsons he will live forever and be there to rule his empire lol