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The Summer Issue is now available for order

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Just back from interviewing Carra for the summer issue of the fanzine. Some great stuff from him, as always.

 

The rest of it is more or less finished, so as soon as I've typed up the interview it's going to print and will be available soon. 

 

You can order your copy online now, and if there's any left over after the online sales I'll sell them outside Anfield at the first few home games.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Truered said:

Thanks Dave, ordered.

 

Going on holiday 1st August will it maybe be ready before that?

Hopefully yeah. My printer is on his holidays until wednesday, but I'll have it sent to him for when he gets back so it depends on how quickly he does them, but its normally two or three days.

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@dave u, it's treating Ireland as part of the UK for shipping. Is that right? I'm not bothered by the principle of the thing (I learned to bit my tongue when the millionth woolyback I worked with in Runcorn referred to some place called 'Londonderry') but I don't want to see you out of pocket.

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4 hours ago, deiseach said:

@dave u, it's treating Ireland as part of the UK for shipping. Is that right? I'm not bothered by the principle of the thing (I learned to bit my tongue when the millionth woolyback I worked with in Runcorn referred to some place called 'Londonderry') but I don't want to see you out of pocket.

No it shouldn't be doing that. Don't you get a dropdown box where you choose location and get the option of UK, Europe or Rest of the World?

 

Had plenty of orders from Ireland and as far as I can tell they've all had the Europe option selected.

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14 hours ago, Arnaud said:

I ordered 2, along with a T-shirt.

 

I guess I’ll be getting the issues I  am still missing ?

 

What numbers are you missing again mate?

 

It might be worth starting a thread on here and asking if anyone has them. 

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13 minutes ago, tlw content said:

No it shouldn't be doing that. Don't you get a dropdown box where you choose location and get the option of UK, Europe or Rest of the World?

 

Had plenty of orders from Ireland and as far as I can tell they've all had the Europe option selected.

I'm in Liverpool at the moment, it might be picking up my IP address. No worries, I'll make sure the postage is correct before I complete it.

 

And we all know every order was for Europe Dublin Oslo blah bloo blah

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3 hours ago, tlw content said:

No it shouldn't be doing that. Don't you get a dropdown box where you choose location and get the option of UK, Europe or Rest of the World?

 

Had plenty of orders from Ireland and as far as I can tell they've all had the Europe option selected.

I had to change it from UK to Europe too.

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5 hours ago, tlw content said:

 

What numbers are you missing again mate?

 

It might be worth starting a thread on here and asking if anyone has them. 

 I look again but I failed already a few times . I ll never be able to write the History of TLW, what a shame ....

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