View Poll Results: Would you come to the Amex for a Q&A with Paul Barber. If so, which date(s)?

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  • Wednesday 13 September

    24 44.44%
  • Thursday 21 September

    29 53.70%
  • Monday 25 September

    33 61.11%
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    "NSC Live": A Q&A with Paul Barber


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    It should be of little surprise that Paul Barber has come good on his suggestion to take a Q&A with NSCers, and has proposed the following dates as possibles:

    Wednesday 13 September

    Thursday 21 September

    Monday 25 September


    The event will be at the Amex (although a City centre pub has been suggested and may be a more practical alternative) and run from 7-9pm.

    I'm of the opinion, and I've said this to Paul, that I think the serial detractors will not be brave enough to come along and be as 'robust' as they are on here. I also think that the great silent majority broadly feel content enough to not feel the need to give Paul a grilling.

    However, the offer is there. If you would come along, please select the date (or dates - multiple responses are allowed) that you could make. If there is sufficient appetite then we will get things arranged. It could also make for a fun NSC Social before, during and/or after the Q&A Session itself. I might even buy people a beer.

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      I can do all dates, I'm not his most trenchant critic though - but I'll go anywhere if someone offers to buy me a beer!

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      Fair play to him. Wouldnt be able to make it but Barber owning the naysayers sounds great be interesting to see the warriors who turn up without their keyboards
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      For this to really work better, can I suggest it takes place in a hostelry in the centre of the city - similar to what Tony Bloom did in Bristol last November?

      I know people like to go to the stadium, but it is a traipse to get there, so somewhere central could be mean there being a better turn-out.
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      For this to really work better, can I suggest it takes place in a hostelry in the centre of the city - similar to what Tony Bloom did in Bristol last November?

      I know people like to go to the stadium, but it is a traipse to get there, so somewhere central could be mean there being a better turn-out.
      Wouldn't that take away the home advantage Barber has? He knows where all the escape routes and secret tunnels are at the amex!
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      For this to really work better, can I suggest it takes place in a hostelry in the centre of the city - similar to what Tony Bloom did in Bristol last November?

      I know people like to go to the stadium, but it is a traipse to get there, so somewhere central could be mean there being a better turn-out.
      I'm certainly not opposed to that.
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