- 30 Jun 2012
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Senior Gamers [SNR] is a community for mature gamers aged 25+ years who primarily play on the PlayStation consoles.
We used this website from June 2012 until March 2020. Technology moved on during this time and we have now moved to Discord. If you are familiar with it already you'll know how quick and easy it is to use. If you haven't tried it yet, you really should!
You can browse this archived website to see what we posted over the years.
You can join us on Discord to see what we've posted more recently and to chat. Click on the link below to find us. We hope to see you there!
Doesnt that go against your human rights? I mean, who are they to force their will upon you?I got a letter through on Friday from the TV licensing people saying I could be fined if I keep ignoring them.
http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/check-if-you-need-one?WT.ac=home_plt_checkYou need to be covered by a valid TV Licence if you watch or record TV as it's being broadcast. This includes the use of devices such as a computer, laptop, mobile phone or DVD/video recorder.
Have you told them? I never get any threatening letters from them as I informed them that I don't have or need a TV licence and they said they'd not contact me about it for at least 2 years. To be fair they haven't. Once upon a time they used to spam you practically daily if you didn't have a licence to the point my mate was going to take them to court for harrassment. They seem to have accepted that there really are people out there that don't watch live TV and that they aren't automatically criminals for having the audacity to be in the minority.I got a letter through on Friday from the TV licensing people saying I could be fined if I keep ignoring them.
I knew you knew that. My post was for the benefit of @ColSonders.I knew all that already as the two frequent arguments I have with people involve the mistaken belief that a TV Licence is required to watch catch up TV or that as a cyclist I shouldn't be on the road as I don't pay road tax.