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Old 13-11-2015, 03:14 PM   #21
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Personally I can't afford to go to ANY type of concert/show.
These days it really costs a bomb, though I think the Taliban took that phrase a bit too literally when they started detonating them at concert venues. I think that's a bit extreme.

Far cry from when I was a lad. Bring a dog-eared UB40 card and you'd get in to some gigs for a couple of quid.

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Old 13-11-2015, 03:21 PM   #22
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These days it really costs a bomb, though I think the Taliban took that phrase a bit too literally when they started detonating them at concert venues. I think that's a bit extreme.

Far cry from when I was a lad. Bring a dog-eared UB40 card and you'd get in to some gigs for a couple of quid.
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Old 14-11-2015, 12:06 AM   #23
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£60 isn't a lot for a nine hour show.
Maybe they should be paid £60 to watch 9 hours of mind altering talks, it can be quite an ordeal
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Old 20-12-2015, 01:34 AM   #24
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Want to pay - Then pay
Don't want to pay - watch on YouTube

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Old 20-12-2015, 12:15 PM   #25
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£60 is a lot to find all at once for some people for sure but saving a couple of quid each week towards a ticket isn't so hard.
I don't see why David Icke should be expected to offer cheaper tickets for some people and not others.
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Old 23-12-2015, 09:56 AM   #26
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It deffo can seem a lot considering the small % of money one recieves on benefits, but the trump card that a person with benefits has right now is: 'time'. You have time to adjust your own expenditure, by putting money aside for a David Icke show ticket, and the extra money to get down there, food, etc...

You can have a mentality of a victim (oh, little me, no going to find a solution to the problem I have) or a mentality of a champion and that is actually having the CARE behind what you want to do, see, and experience for the awe impact/impression a David Icke event has on a individual.

In this time, anyone of yous can actually muster up deep potential inspiring talents such as art, music (digital if you can't afford a instrument), put it on youtube monetize the videos and start dishing out content etc... Allow the price of the David Icke ticket be your motivation to get out of the darknes; which is cheap as fucking chips, compared to ANY event I have seen, especially in the ratio of knowledge to entertainment.

Don't get me wrong it can be difficult to aspire to getting off your backside and doing something about something you want to do, but you have to keep on telling yourself you're going to do it, and manifest that into reality by performing the necessary actions to do so.

Maybe, Icke, Gareth and team could do some raffling or some forum contests such as Art, Music or whatever forms of expression and give people the chance to aquire a ticket
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Old 30-01-2016, 09:03 PM   #27
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I have a serious disability, and I live "Up North". I am on a very low income.
The whole price of travel, tickets and overnight stay for myself and my registered carer is almost £500.

I have managed to save £100 since the Shepherd's Bush date was announced....I hope they don't sell out before I can save the rest.

I cannot understand why others cannot do the same.
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