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2 minutes ago, RunninWithTheDevil said:

Rango made the #10 spot on the NHLs top ten goals of Preseason

 

 

That Laine goal at #1, how the fvck did they let him do that??

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23 minutes ago, RunninWithTheDevil said:

He wasn't even skating after he crossed center ice, just deke gliding. Dude is unreal

Seriously, it was like they couldn’t even see him. 

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14 minutes ago, RunninWithTheDevil said:

Bernier gets the #1 spot for best save of the preseason and a well-deserved one at that

 

Great call by Cangi, does that guy ever know where the puck is or what is going on?

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Tbh on second glance this is just more of a security nuisance than anything else. It’s not a ‘requirement’ unless it also includes proof of a negative test if you don’t have the card.  They won’t really be able to enforce the mask rule.

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2 minutes ago, NJDevs4978 said:

Tbh on second glance this is just more of a security nuisance than anything else. It’s not a ‘requirement’ unless it also includes proof of a negative test if you don’t have the card.  They won’t really be able to enforce the mask rule.

Yup. 

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So I have been seeing some fans on social media moaning about the cashless policy.  In this day and age, is carrying cash still a preference?  If my wallet is stolen it is much easier to alert the CC companies about it and lose nothing rather than holding X amount of dollars that I would never get back.  Plus the arena is not the type of venue to give you a discount if you use cash or remove sales tax.

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18 minutes ago, DevsMan84 said:

So I have been seeing some fans on social media moaning about the cashless policy.  In this day and age, is carrying cash still a preference?  If my wallet is stolen it is much easier to alert the CC companies about it and lose nothing rather than holding X amount of dollars that I would never get back.  Plus the arena is not the type of venue to give you a discount if you use cash or remove sales tax.

I always carry cash. Not a lot, but I always have some on me. 

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5 minutes ago, NJDevs4978 said:

It would be nice to have the option, why would you want to restrict the number of ways fans can pay for something? 

To reduce hand to hand transactions in the midst of a global pandemic.

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12 minutes ago, Crisis said:

To reduce hand to hand transactions in the midst of a global pandemic.

This also, is laughable. It’s was debunked long ago that you cant or it is highly unlikely you actually catch the virus by things you touch, unless you’re shoving your fingers up your nose immediately after. We can’t use cash because we need to limit hand to hand transactions, but we can use door knobs and such. They use a scanner now and touch it to everyone’s cell phone to scan the tickets electronically… literally put the machine on my phone. But you’re right, this must be the reason for eliminating cash. Also, I’m pretty sure we’re not in the “midst” of this pandemic anymore, so seriously why don’t we just stop already. 

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4 hours ago, 2ELIAS6 said:

This also, is laughable. It’s was debunked long ago that you cant or it is highly unlikely you actually catch the virus by things you touch, unless you’re shoving your fingers up your nose immediately after. We can’t use cash because we need to limit hand to hand transactions, but we can use door knobs and such. They use a scanner now and touch it to everyone’s cell phone to scan the tickets electronically… literally put the machine on my phone. 

Well yeah I agree on this much...unless they're sanitizing doors and toilet handles after every person uses it the cash thing as a safety precaution is just total eyewash.  It'd be one thing if you were just in a Dunkin Donuts for thirty seconds but it's another when you're in an arena for three hours, touching stuff touched by other people is unavoidable and not really the biggest avenue of spreading anyway.  Supermarkets and big chain stores aren't going cashless, they offer cashless options.

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6 minutes ago, NJDevs4978 said:

Well yeah I agree on this much...unless they're sanitizing doors and toilet handles after every person uses it the cash thing as a safety precaution is just total eyewash.  It'd be one thing if you were just in a Dunkin Donuts for thirty seconds but it's another when you're in an arena for three hours, touching stuff touched by other people is unavoidable and not really the biggest avenue of spreading anyway.  Supermarkets and big chain stores aren't going cashless, they offer cashless options.

The Mets did the same exact thing if I recall correctly. I went to a game in July and no cash.

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Back in March 2020, the only pharmacy that had masks and gloves in stock would actually have us place our money into a giant bag of Purell gel, to sanitize it. They would leave it in there and take your change from the register. I assume at some point they were cleaning it off, drying it, and putting it in the register. But in the meantime, giant goo covered cash bag.

Are you saying all of that was unnecessary?

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