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Exclusive: There might be giants

Another French spectacular planned as city marks World War I

Written by . Published on November 4th 2013.


Exclusive: There might be giants
 

THEY'RE back! The giants that is. 

The big talk on the streets is that the man, the girl and their friendly chien from Nantes will be walking tall around Liverpool next year as part of the commemorations to mark the centenary of the start of World War One. 

Negotiations are at a delicate, but advanced stage, insiders have excitedly confirmed to Confidential.

The little matter of something like a million quid needed to pay for the colossal adventure is still exercising the minds of city decision makers.

Oversized figureOversized figureHowever, an independent report into the impact of Sea Odyssey concluded it was the most successful event in Liverpool’s history. The report showed that 800,000 people took part in the event, which resulted in an economic impact of £32 million. 

The idea is for the three oversized models, which were created by French artists Royal De Luxe, to pound the streets over the 2014 Spring Bank Holiday weekend. They will be here as part of the programme of events alongside the highly anticipated International Business Forum taking place in and around Liverpool. 

Some people say a repeat of the giants, albeit with a fresh story linked to the Great War, will not attract the hundreds of thousands who flocked to Liverpool to shed tears over the Sea Odyssey story, linked to the Titanic, last year. 

Joe Anderson Mayor
Others say a giant comeback would attract even more people, especially those who missed out on the events of 2012. That event was, without question, one of the biggest pieces of street theatre ever staged in the UK, if not Europe, delivering world-wide publicity for Liverpool. 

A mass audience watching the giants when the giants of industry are in town for their international pow-wow will boost the city’s image and the feel-good factor generated may well attract investment. 

Confidential understands Royal De Luxe who were responsible for bringing the Uncle and his niece to Liverpool, are in advanced talks with culture officials here to negotiate l'encore. 

Despite the city being skint and facing bankruptcy in a couple of years, the stars of the greatest free show the city had ever seen, was worth its weight in gold. It was paid for (£1.5 million) from legacy funding from the city's tenure as European Capital of Culture in 2008. 

(Click here to add text)Spectacle for 800,000Liverpool’s appetite for Gallic spectacle was whetted that year when La Princesse, the giant Nantes spider from Royal De Luxe's near neighbour La Machine, cast its net across the city. Few people who saw that ever imagined watching something even bigger within a few years. 

The net gain from this event is bound to be a giant of a decision for Mayor Joe Anderson as he launched his public consultation over savings he has to make next year to balance the books. 


 

Further reading here:
The One to Watch: The Little Girl Giant 
And: It's Time We Dared To Dream

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hector BNovember 4th 2013.

At last, a happy Monday story. Liverpool is a better place when things like this take place and well worth shelling out on

AnonymousNovember 4th 2013.

Brilliant news. It may even knock a stabbing or a murder off the front page of that evening paper.

AnonymousNovember 4th 2013.

It's a pity there can't be some form of legal levy on bars, restaurants and hotels, to help meet the cost of this. They'll make a fortune from the numbers heading our way for this.

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hector BNovember 4th 2013.

Agree, however the whole city does well out of this sort of thing and if it is at the same time as the IFB then it will be seen by the kind of decision makers who could make a dent in the city's fortunes for the better.

AnonymousNovember 5th 2013.

Super scoop!

Lucy in the skyNovember 6th 2013.

Fabulous event to look forward to.

AnonymousNovember 6th 2013.

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AnonymousNovember 6th 2013.

How about Confidential start a crowd funding campaign for us, the people, to sling in a few quid each to show the Council how to do it properly; 10,000 people slinging in a tenner each would show the council that they have to say bloody yes then. Lets get these things into the hands of the people who live here and love here. Bollocks to the sodding politicians. Harry Green

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Lucy in the skyNovember 6th 2013.

It's better without politicians involved

Russell BrandNovember 6th 2013.

I know, I keep saying

David CameronNovember 6th 2013.

Yes, thank-you Russell for helping to keep me and my sort rich and in power at everyone else's expense!

AnonymousNovember 6th 2013.

What a waste of money. We've got foodbanks in operation and the council spends money on this shite. How much did they spend on fireworks this year?

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AnonymousNovember 7th 2013.

What a complete ignorance of the process. With all the money in the world at the council's disposal, they could not do anything to offset the need for food banks as they are not in charge of the benefits system. Hello?

AnonymousNovember 7th 2013.

I know there not in charge of benefits, but they've closed libraries and sure start centres, and they could if they wanted to fund the foodbanks and stick two fingers up to the Tories and their cuts. Plus not all people who use food banks are on benefits, some are in low paid jobs. I am not ignorant, unlike you, I was merely highlighting where the councils priorities lie ie Big busines. the Liverpool labour council are Tories in all but name

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AnonymousNovember 8th 2013.

The giants and big scale events of their ilk have a very positive effect on the city's economy. You cannot put a price on the value of good cultural events. Rather than sticking two fingers up at the Tories, funding food banks would be playing right into their hands.

AnonymousNovember 8th 2013.

And giving money to big business isn't a Tory idea. Plus I see you've ignored my comments on the closures of libraries and sure start centres. The giants cause wide spread disruption and do nothing for the average scouser on minimum wage. Starbucks and their ilk do rather well out of it and don't even pay tax. Why do we just give the money straight to big business and do without puppets?

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AnonymousNovember 8th 2013.

I remember going on a tour of St George's Hall, and the guide was talking about the uproar that was created when the city fathers decided to build it while there was huge poverty and deprivation in the city. They explained that their strategy was that the city needed a bold statement of its confidence in itself, and for that to be one of the first sights visitors saw when leaving Lime St. As tough as it was, they felt it had to be done

AnonymousNovember 8th 2013.

St. Georges Hall was built at the height of the potato famine and it's a white elephant. It might look nice, but it's hardly used for anything and costs a fortune to maintain. The National Trust wouldn't even take it on. Oh yes, we need more ideas like that. Let Starbucks pay for the shite puppets they pay for fuck all else, or how about big businesses pay their taxes and we won't need to close libraries etc, or would that be too much like common sense?

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AnonymousNovember 8th 2013.

Hello, the potato famine was in *Ireland*

John BradleyNovember 8th 2013.

Which at the time was part of the UK.

AnonymousNovember 9th 2013.

Here's a thought, why not set up a tent on the steps and wear an "Occupy" mask? We were talking about when it was built and the climate THEN, not now. Like all zealots who latch onto one point and then blindly stick to it, you've missed the point. Go and have a cup of coffee somewhere

AnonymousNovember 9th 2013.

Better make a flask, you'll feel cleaner

voice of the mobNovember 9th 2013.

yeh saint georges hal shud be a museum to footy an der beatles

AnonymousNovember 9th 2013.

I was talking about now, you brought St.George's Hall into it. Apologies for knowing the history. The puppets are a waste of money which could be better spent elsewhere. They'll benefit the shops in Liverpool One and ultimately the Duke of Westminster, So let them pay for them. If they benefit the city why not place them in other areas like Anfield or Old Swan, or are the only for the benefit of the already rich? And talk about missing the point, you never mention the closures and cut backs to service in your argument. The cut backs pay for this shite and ordinary people suffer. I'll go for a cup of coffee, just not at Starbucks.

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John BradleyNovember 9th 2013.

are you an idiot?

AnonymousNovember 9th 2013.

If talking common sense makes me an idiot then, yes. Why do you have to make everything personal?

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John BradleyNovember 9th 2013.

I find it difficult to believe that a person of average intelligence could have posted your message, unless of course they didn't think even for a second, which I find rude. I'll explain how it works. Event happens people come from far and wide to see, they do shopping, they go to pubs clubs etc. In those places people from Liverpool work, they get paid, they go out spend money. Some of the people spending money come back other times and do things, some bring the stag/hen nights. If you do it in Anfield less people will come and the people from Anfield who work in town will have less secure jobs. So are you an idiot or just to rude as to not think things through before you post them. Oh I notice your spelling and grammar where fine, well great now just move on to getting the semantic content right.

AnonymousNovember 10th 2013.

My god you're patronising. You question my intelligence and yet you post shite about train stations which is nothing to with the topic. How does that work? The city has really benefited from the last time we had the puppets hasn't it? I suggested Anfield partly tongue in cheek, but partly to say there is a Liverpool outside the city centre. But why not Anfield, when one of our football clubs win something the parade goes all around the city, so why not do the same with puppets? The only people who benefits from stuff like this is big business. Go a mile in any direction out of the city centre and you'll see the "Benefits" ie fuck all. Also, you never answered my question; Why do you have to make everything personal? This is not the John Bradley show, there are other opinions besides yours. My argument is well thought through and doesn't resort to childish name calling. Put simply, the city does not benefit from stuff like this in the long term, it's a mere PR stunt that we can't afford when we're cutting vital services and people are going hungry

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John BradleyNovember 10th 2013.

It is not in the slightest bit well though out it is purile. So it doesn't attract people to the city who spend money then. No Football team goes all around the city they usually go from Anfield into the city centre where the city gathers. The difference is that the Cup parade is for the city to celebrate, this isn't a celebration, it to attract people to the city to spend money simple as that, you don't get the difference between the events. You compare 2 totally different events. If i am only patronising then I'm sorry, you have no idea how little I think of you.

LiverpudlianNovember 10th 2013.

The Little Girl Giant DID take in the distant suburbs of the North End. Also it attracted bigger and different crowds from a football-related event. The majority of people in the city aren't really interested in millionaires kicking a football or seeing the drunken antics of football fans urinating in the city centre or anywhere else. You'd think the rich football businesses would do more for the starving and the underprivileged in our city.

AnonymousNovember 10th 2013.

Well John Bradley, you resort to name calling and making things personal, but you don't have the decency to explain why it has to be about the individual and not their arguments. I could dismiss you as a troll, but sadly I think you mean every word. What do train stations have to do with this? Liverpudlian, I take your point about football and all it entails, but the council is not subsidising either team at the expense of vital services. All the puppets are is a giant advertisement for big business. They're a 2 - 3 day wonder at best and offer no permanent solution. The Echo arena is a permanent attraction that may offer some long term benefits, the puppets aren't. I'm glad John Bradley thinks so little of me. If he thought I was on his wavelength, I would be worried.

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John BradleyNovember 10th 2013.

Where did I call you a name? The train station was something called a joke at my ability to shoe horn in rail references at any point. The ECho arena is only useful if it attracts more confs to Liverpool and to do that the city must be seen as more the just and arena. The Puppets are part of selling Liverpool as a place with culture, entertainment and excitement.

Dave ParryNovember 10th 2013.

Who is this John Bradley twerp anyway? I only occasionally come here to browse the news and he's commenting on everything. I can only imagine John Bradley is a lowly intern at the council office, his blinkered praise of the useless walrus Joe Anderson and obsession with trains certainly reflect the lifestyle of a beleaguered lower tier office worker. Or perhaps John Bradley is a not so inspired pseudonym, John to Joe is not much of a leap. It's certainly within the limited academic prowess and imagination of our so called mayor to construct this identity and think he was being shrewd and subtle. If you are real a person or Labour party intern John Bradley I can only suggest leaving the office more often. Someone posting on forums at 1:49am clearly does not have social life to back up this ego you seem to possess.

John BradleyNovember 10th 2013.

I can only assume you disagree with what I have said and what Joe is doing so rather than argue on the facts you make the argument, so you resort to accusing everyone have who does agree of serving some obscured agenda. Are you perhaps the Anonymous from earlier. You seem to think imagination and "academic prowess" are related. I can only assume from that you haven't spend much time with academics as for a large percentage a rigorous and extensive lack of imagination is De rigueur. You seem to draw some rather strange relationships between Ego and social life, make assumptions about being in an office to comment, and the significance of being on line at 1.49 am, very strange.

AnonymousNovember 11th 2013.

Dave Parry is not I. See below

AnonymousNovember 10th 2013.

Where do I begin? You asked if I was an Idiot. Then you asked if I was an idiot or just rude. I consider such things a personal attack and not constructive debate. As for the stuff about the trains..... I see, a joke that only you would understand and not a misplaced post from another topic. Very Andy Kaufan. As for the puppets, we've had the twice before and I've seen no lasting benefits. What do you suggest for next time:- A dead horse that Joe Anderson can go out and flog or a nice white elephant that can sit proudly outside St. George's Hall? Also, the council claims to have so little money that it has no option but to sell off Sefton Park meadows, but can find money to waste on shite like puppets, The puppets aren't selling Liverpool as place of culture, they're selling the city as place that will buy any old shite. Now where did I leave that pile of old rope....?

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Dave ParryNovember 11th 2013.

I don't know where you should start anon but I'd suggest John begin with some proof reading in future, it may help disguise the fact he's talking incomprehensible gibberish. I have no doubt that this lack of coherency stems from the fact, I have correctly called him out on his nonsense. If his previous comment is any reflection of his mood after reading mine, I can only imagine what little furniture previously occupied his bedsit is now smashed to pieces. More victims of his self righteous indignation and poorly concealed rage like you and I anon. Now to get to your points John or lack thereof , it was I confess difficult to discern any among all garbled aggression. Firstly, an obscured agenda implies some attempt to hide it was made and given you make pro Joe comments on EVERY ARTICLE your agenda is best described as transparent. Secondly, I never claimed imagination and academic gifts go hand in hand as you misinterpreted just that our mayor lacks both. Also your apparent disdain for academics and your need to show off your limited French language skills speaks to me of a failed academic. Perhaps one who couldn't cut it at university once they realized they were no longer a big fish in a small pond. This would further explain your need to dominate a site with your willful ignorance, pro Joe propaganda and your apparent need to shout down any dissenting voices. This also further it could be argued demonstrate a pathological need for attention, I imagine we are not the only online forum afflicted with your presence. Now to address the argument concerning the statues, they represent a short term gain and a long term loss and nothing more. I remember during one previous visit by these puppets, specifically the useless giant spider much was made of the boost to the local businesses. Yet I was in the city centre during it's visit and witnessed first hand numerous shops forced to close because of the stupid puppet. I also witnessed mass traffic jams which caused many people to be late for work, creating another drain on the city in a multitude of ways I further remember Phil Redmond he of rubbish TV fame appearing on the news discussing the cost of the puppet saying "We're not going to argue over £300,000 are we?". Apparently life changing amounts of money means nothing to our decision makers in Liverpool who'd have thought it!? Joe Anderson who I realize before you point it out John was not in power at the time, is also appallingly out of touch when it comes to make such decisions. The recent refusal to acknowledge the efforts of the group trying to save Sefton park from his money making (for private business of course) machinations only further goes to demonstrate his utter incompetence. Finally, being online at 1:49 just says to me you might need to get out a bit more. The way you've been bullying anon for daring to have a different opinion is frankly a bit sad and being occupied by it that late at night even more so.

John BradleyNovember 11th 2013.

You manage to replace Anonymous as the biggest potential idiots. What disdain for academics? You seem to be reading things into what I'm saying, which clearly are not there. But good of you to move of from the subject as soon as possible and on to the subject of grammar and syntax. I to would ignore the efforts of the Sefton Park group as they have lied repeatedly. Perhaps we'd better consider why you oppose everything Joe does, is it perhaps just easier to say No to everything or is it perhaps you want Liverpool to fail, It could only be someone of very limited view or perhaps hidden agenda who doesn't realise the the ACC on it it's own would attract many people, it needs to be a complete package. The reality is that you prepared to sacrifice the future of Liverpool for not having your journey disrupted today. Is incredibly selfish but perhaps understandable given you own self importance and lack or perspective. I wouldn't be surprised to find that Joe has a considerably better academic record than yours.

John BradleyNovember 11th 2013.

@Anon Any one who regularly came here would have noticed that I get trains into most things. I think they would have noticed. The last set of puppets managed to get on National TV, I doubt you old rope would.

AnonymousNovember 11th 2013.

This is getting rather tired now. I notice John Bradley accuses other people of not being interested in debate, but it's OK for him to question my intelligence for having a different point of view to his. I have given you reasoned argument which you sadly chose to ignore. You insult people and have the gall to say you haven't done so. I don't expect everybody just to accept my point of view, that's the nature of debate, but every thing is black or white with you, there are no shades of grey. I wrote a reasoned argument and you response was "Are you an idiot?" hardly a reasoned debate now is it John? I think the puppets are a waste of money, we've had them twice before and seen no benefits. You even questioned the benefits of the Echo Arena just to disagree with. We all like a good argument, but let's have a proper one and not resort to name calling or ignoring well made points because they don't fit into your world view.

AnonymousNovember 11th 2013.

Anyone got anything to say about the actual story?

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AnonymousNovember 11th 2013.

Didn't you know? it's all about John Bradley, just the way he likes it

John BradleyNovember 11th 2013.

You really are rather sad. Though it fairly clear you don't like a debate, just state you PoV then expect everyone to accept it.

Dave ParryNovember 11th 2013.

Syntax you keep using that word John but I'm not sure you know what it means! Also I don't own self indulgence but it does seem to be your stock and trade! Joe Anderson could well have a better academic record than me since I am now convinced you are him you'd have intimate knowledge of this!, after all we can't all be Open University graduates can we!?. I'm not blindly opposed to everything Joe Anderson does either, I have praised many times his actions in regard to death of she who must not be named earlier this year and other associated matters. It is however important to question those in power and examine their decisions, yes even you John! A great example of this would be the proposal to put a speed bump on Arnold Grove in Wavertree. WHICH IS A CUL-DE-SAC! and when pressed on the matter Joe refused to comment about the cost of this pointless investment. The problem isn't that Anderson makes decisions it's that he makes them without paying attention to the electorate or if he does he outright dismisses them. If you had bothered to properly read my comments, you'd understand my point about the traffic jams was not about disruption to me personally THE CITY CAN'T WORK IF PEOPLE CAN'T GET TO WORK! I would have no arguments with the giant puppets coming here if we owned them and they remained a permanent attraction. This would allow them to generate a continuous flow of revenue which would be a long term gain. Look at the permanent attractions that we do have and you'll see my point proven. Liverpool One is perfect example a modern retail facility that city sorely needed and is being now promoted across the country and brings in multiple forms of revenue from shops, the cinema, bars and places to eat. As it is all the puppets are is a short term gain which will ultimately quickly dissipate. I previously pointed out and you chose to ignore that businesses can't benefit from the puppets if their presence of the statues forces them to close as I witnessed personally. John Bradley doesn't like to debate he, he likes the sound of his own voice and people agreeing with it. His comments have the air of a frustrated geography teacher being outsmarted by his own pupils. It reminds me of a song actually Belligerent ghouls run Manchester schools Spineless swines, cemented minds

John BradleyNovember 11th 2013.

I know exactly what syntax is and am not that bothered about it. Whether it disrupted you or others 1 day of inconvenience. Is a price worth paying, only someone with no sense of proportion would think otherwise. You keep assuming that the benefit from the puppets is only accrued when they are here, that is rather short sighted, and imagined that every one has a short a span of attention as you. I haven't sought to teach anyone simply have a debate, if anyone has the sound of frustration it you reiterating your short term views and short term evaluation perhaps you are in need of a sight test to go with your certificate from Morrisey Academy. If Joe is not doing what the electorate then they will have an opportunity to demonstrate their annoyance at the next election. I'm sure Joe will then be left sorry he ignored the protests of minor pressure groups.

Dave ParryNovember 11th 2013.

If you're not bothered about it John why do you keep bringing it up?! I fail to see how a sense of proportion would enable me to fix traffic jams? I understand the concept of seeing the bigger picture but I don't understand how having the ability to discern the size of the big picture would help. How exactly can the puppets be a long term benefit when they aren't here? that makes no logical sense at all even for you John that's a spurious argument. Again you chose to ignore my comments discussing the long term benefits of Liverpool One as a permanent fixture compared to the puppets as temporary attraction because it doesn't fit your viewpoint! This isn't the sound of frustration John it's the sound if mild amusement. You're calling me short sighted yet you can't see the nose on your face unless Joe Anderson tells you it's there! You could benefit from learning something about politics from Morrissey yourself, though you're no charming man, frankly Mr Bradley all you're doing is painting a vulgar picture!

AnonymousNovember 11th 2013.

This makes some of the tripe posted by dizzy women on the "free make-up" article look interesting.......Ooooh, how do I enter, wow, this looks a lovely prize, my friend Florrie would love this.....etc :-)

Dizzy Ra ScalNovember 11th 2013.

Ooh, what fabulous eyelashes that giant girl has got!

AnonymousNovember 11th 2013.

Did you miss this post then John? This is getting rather tired now. I notice John Bradley accuses other people of not being interested in debate, but it's OK for him to question my intelligence for having a different point of view to his. I have given you reasoned argument which you sadly chose to ignore. You insult people and have the gall to say you haven't done so. I don't expect everybody just to accept my point of view, that's the nature of debate, but every thing is black or white with you, there are no shades of grey. I wrote a reasoned argument and you response was "Are you an idiot?" hardly a reasoned debate now is it John? I think the puppets are a waste of money, we've had them twice before and seen no benefits. You even questioned the benefits of the Echo Arena just to disagree with. We all like a good argument, but let's have a proper one and not resort to name calling or ignoring well made points because they don't fit into your world view.

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John BradleyNovember 11th 2013.

It wasn't reasoned at all. It takes as it primary assumption that any return is immediate on the day, it is a very short term view. You seem to think that every befit can be immediate attributed to some event. It is a very "corner shop economics" view. If you want a benefit from the Puppets it is 1/50th of every visitor. There is a different between robust debate and course abuse. I could resort to parliamentary style hidden insults but I'd rather not.

Dave ParryNovember 11th 2013.

Obviously the point wasn't the return would be immediate just that it would be a one time return when something more permanent would generate a continuous return but the point like many things do I imagine sailed over your head! I don't think you could report to insults hidden or otherwise John, in a battle of wits you are sadly unarmed.

Dave ParryNovember 11th 2013.

resort* even.

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John BradleyNovember 11th 2013.

It will not be a 1 time return, it is publicity, it effects reputation it is a 1 time event which people will remember and that will have a continuing effect, and increase use of the ACC by external bodies. This is the effect that clearly goes way above your head. You can talk about insults Dave you keep suggesting I am Joe and use it to cast aspersions on my neutrality and independence. Now you call me witless, rank hypocrisy, but I bet you are to short sighted to see that.

Dave ParryNovember 11th 2013.

Your point that this generates publicity is totally misguided, yes it will generate publicity on the day and maybe a or two after but who is going to visit a city based on an attraction that isn't there anymore!? No one. What neutrality John? you only ever speak out to espouse the supposed positive impact of Joe Anderson's decisions! You're calling me a hypocrite for using insults? you've called anon an idiot about ten times then deny having done it!

AnonymousNovember 11th 2013.

Coarse abuse? "Are you an idiot?" Trying walking up to some one in a pub and asking them that, and then try counting your teeth afterwards. I know all about the long term, the first puppets came in 2008, how much longer do they need to make an impact? I also know that throwing good money after bad is not a good idea. Any argument you don't like, you choose to ignore. I notice you leave your belittling of the Echo Arena out of this. It seems you will disagree with me on everything now, just to make a point. You're well off with your views on the Echo Arena and you know it. By the way you've missed another post from Dave Parry

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John BradleyNovember 11th 2013.

Where did I belittle the Echo Arena? Well perhaps you should go out in the City Centre and count the oversea culture vultures in town of a weekend. They will not go near the ACC, they are hear to see build etc built long before 2008 and not to have an impact. In 1998 this didn't happen where as the various cultural efforts put in since 1998 have made Liverpool a visiting place giving the city some income. The Pub analogue is false, the situation is more like some comes up to me and jabbers on about something, they may well get a sharp retort or sarcastic comment, and so far I haven't lost any of my teeth in such an event.

AnonymousNovember 11th 2013.

Here's where you belittled the Echo Arena " The ECho arena is only useful if it attracts more confs to Liverpool and to do that the city must be seen as more the just and arena." Your words not mine. The pub analogy is sound enough. Try asking someone you don't know and see how far you get. Also you made no attempt at debate, you went straight for the insult, hardly the actions of a mature intellectual now is it John?

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John BradleyNovember 11th 2013.

That doesn't belittle the Arena in anyway shape or form. No the analogy is not sound as I pointed out you came in spouting off.

Dave ParryNovember 11th 2013.

Analogue, analogy the correct usage of words doesn't matter in the world of John Bradley.

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John BradleyNovember 11th 2013.

What matter is that the information is conveyed. That you decided to pick on that is an example of you aren't actually here for a debate. Plus you seem to misunderstand the uses of analogue. See or any other dictionary. www.thefreedictionary.com/analogue…

AnonymousNovember 11th 2013.

I know. Analogue applies to old televisions etc

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John BradleyNovember 11th 2013.

It is analogue in TV,s Computers etc because the level of a signal is an analogy to something else.

AnonymousNovember 11th 2013.

Thank you John, but I made an analogy not an analogue

AnonymousNovember 11th 2013.

God he's so uptight, he can't even admit the odd spelling mistake, but while we're talking about this we're ignoring his belittling of the Echo Arena, which he refuses to address

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John BradleyNovember 12th 2013.

How did what I say to belittle it?

EditorialNovember 12th 2013.

OK, enough.

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John BradleyNovember 12th 2013.

Yes miss, sorry Miss.

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