I am watching my girlfriends favourite television show Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
Its far from boring but there is some cringeworthy 'humour' and my main grief is all the unanswered questions in the show all based around one thing.
How come every last vampire knows sone form of Kung Fu?
Where they all practising martial artists who just happened to be bitten by a vampire?
Does becoming a vampire automatically change them into a martial artist?
Is there some kind of 24 hour dojo where they all go to train when the sun goes down?
Id love to ask the creators, wriers or actors these questions.
Anyway i have watched now 3 seasons and there seems to be many many many more to go judging by the size of the boxset.
My girlfriend keeps saying how great it is that there is no sports on anymore and that we are spending more time together than ever before. I keep smiling and nodding but i am getting close to the end of the rope.
This is great, and I am sure some would join.
Be aware though, that some people are doing all they can elsewhere, and so won't want to join here as well (for instance, I am working a lot of extra hours for free and doing stuff like buying nappies for the vulnerable children's little brothers/sisters in my class etc.
So turn out may not be as high as you hope, but I would think only because people are doing so much elsewhere that there has to be a stop somewhere
@Millonarios Think we share the same team unless your recent thread about taking the Hatters to the Europa League was a strange fantasy....
Pretty scary prospect for L1/L2 clubs and even our own. No income, season ticket offers would start soon to get some clubs cashflow through the summer and contracts expiring in June to limit exposure will need to be reviewed to make sure they have enough players should football resume. That's without considering loan agreements which are the mainstay of EFL football.
Can honestly see some clubs go to the wall unfortunately unless handouts arrive from the top level of football.
E.g perhaps I already have bought shares in a sell order without knowing?
If a seller puts 50 shares in a sell order for £1 but I want 100, I don't really understand what happens? As I expect to buy all 100 for the same price
You might be lucky and sell all your shares at the price you want but the price could change (up or down). When you put your shares to market you have to tick a box that you accept the price movements. It appears what you're talking about is order books. FI don't have an order book system yet, but apparently, it's coming.
After 6 months here my one piece of advice would be don’t get greedy; I had a player hit 70% ROI and didn’t sell on that spike I’m now down 10p on him. Whilst his dividends cover that loss I still kick myself for not understanding back then that players don’t constantly rise.