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  1. I agree on the antipathy bit. The Chris McLaughlin thing at Easter Road was five years ago, the Richard Gordon/Filip Sebo quip a dozen years ago, James Cook's apology for deliberately portraying McCoist as sectarian was 7-8 years past, The Kevin 'the H-u-n' Thomson file was 13-14 years ago, Michael Stewart's latest outburst was back in March, Cosgrove's lies continual and continuous, ....etc. We need a time line on all the incidents, how many apologies have PQ offered the club in the last three season? Half a dozen at least. The length and scale of PQ's orga
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  2. With this and Cadbury, it's "Chocs away!!"
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  3. It's been suggested that the players themselves informed the club as soon as the police were involved, which was the only sensible thing they did that night.
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  4. Probably got the idea from reading Rangers supporters reaction on social media.
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  5. Griffiths has actually been rewarded(or is it a punishment) by being called up for Scotland,
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  6. No wonder Jones and Edmundson have such a bad altitude.
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  7. Three Islamist outrages in a few days but, predictably, not a peep from Scotland's "Justice" Secretary. Not offensive enough for him? Not the right kind of hate? I think we all know what Yousaf's real priorities are.
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  8. The feeding frenzy is a conditioned response. The SFA want to be seen extracting their pound of flesh. Rangers as a club seem to have been made aware of the incident within minutes of police intervention. The timeous suspensions and ensuing statement have been congratulated by the the Scottish Government. Rangers are holding the trump card. I note Rangers have been fined approx £4,5000 by UEFA for a Covid contravention during the Galatasaray game. It's good to know during lockdowns/Tiers/local restrictions that members of FARE still get access to Ibrox.
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  9. America’s election Why it has to be Biden Donald Trump has desecrated the values that make America a beacon to the world LeadersOct 29th 2020 edition Oct 29th 2020 https://www.economist.com/leaders/2020/10/29/why-it-has-to-be-biden THE COUNTRY that elected Donald Trump in 2016 was unhappy and divided. The country he is asking to re-elect him is more unhappy and more divided. After almost four years of his leadership, politics is even angrier than it was and partisanship even less constrained. Daily life is consumed by a pandemic that has registered almo
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  10. Goodbye Donalda, Hello Steve. Half a century past, there was an annoying chart single(weren't they all) by Cliff Richard, 'Goodbye Sam, Hello Samantha'. The gist was Cliff leaving the boys behind in favour of girls. Also, he waved cheerio to both Joe and Lou for the delights of Joanne and Louise. Confusing really, given Cliff's public admittance of asexuality, the colostomy bag, and his then decade long correspondence with both Kray twins. In the hypocrisy stakes, it's small potatoes compared to the Beeb's tolerance of Jimmy Saville's predatorial behaviour and subsequent cover up.
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  11. Couple of interesting Glasgow Airport partnerships with players as well I heard.... Air Traffic Control are sponsoring Helander and the Mile High Club are partnering with Greegsy.
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  12. For me it will be a combination of indifference and chuckling away at the thought of the Twitterati and The Guardian readership (same thing really) losing their shit.
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  13. Don't worry, Facebook and Google will shut it down.
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  15. After a few years of turbulence, it looks like clear skies up ahead.
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  16. Just been reading that Solskjaer over his first 100 games has better stats than Klopp had for his first century of games that's one for the stats boys. It's a funny old game
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  17. The question for me is this. Would the two of them have turned up for training next day if the police hadn't been involved? You have to assume they would have. They broke the rules deliberately or in ignorance but either way they would almost certainly have put the entire footballing operation in jeopardy and that beggars another question. Has this happened before - perhaps many times, perhaps with other players involved - but not come to light because they were never discovered? Whatever the case, the possible consequences are so severe that this is one occasion where deterence is the most im
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  18. It isn't about the UK entangling itself in US affairs. In fact it has nothing to do with the actions of nation states, any more that the impeachment attempt against Trump had anything to do with Russia. What we are witnessing is a globally-orchestrated disruption of the established order, using any means available to ferment division and discontent. In some instances it's nationalism, often it's religion, usually Islamism. More often it's pseudo socialism and the cult of feelings and fairness. Every western leader or potential leader is portrayed as divisive, some are. But what you want to be
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  19. Yes, you might well be right and it wouldn't be a big surprise if you were.
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  20. Scottish press reverting to type re rangers. did this end any of the Aberdeen players careers at the club. Bolingoi was already being driven out this just gave celtc an excuse not to be blamed for signing a dud. These guys should be punished then we move on. If we went them to go they go and if not that's fine.
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  21. Bamford had started to make me change my mind about him, after an impressive goalscoring start. Did anyone see the sitter last night? Even the later one-on-one should have been buried. I'm now back to thinking he's a donkey.
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  22. Battle-hymn of the Never Trumpers Renegade Republicans represent the breadth—and the admirable best—of Joe Biden’s coalition United StatesOct 29th 2020 edition https://www.economist.com/united-states/2020/10/29/battle-hymn-of-the-never-trumpers The irony of the election that unleashed Donald Trump upon America was how normal it was. Contrary to early reports, he was not elevated to the presidency by hordes of aggrieved non-voters and Democrats. He won a similar (if slightly smaller) share of the vote to Mitt Romney in 2012 from much the same
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  23. The Trump audit part II: foreign policy President Trump’s criticisms of the world order had some merit But he has left it in worse shape than he found it BriefingOct 29th 2020 edition Oct 29th 2020 https://www.economist.com/briefing/2020/10/29/president-trumps-criticisms-of-the-world-order-had-some-merit Foreign affairs played an important, and murky, role in Donald Trump’s presidency from before it even began. Russia’s meddling in the election that brought his unexpected victory, and Mr Trump’s happiness in snubbing the findings of his own intelligence
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  24. The Trump audit part I: domestic President Trump has had real achievements and a baleful effect Three judges, a tax cut, an ever-more-divided nation and an undrained swamp BriefingOct 29th 2020 edition Oct 29th 2020 WASHINGTON, DC https://www.economist.com/briefing/2020/10/29/president-trump-has-had-real-achievements-and-a-baleful-effect America hardly feels great again. There are 11m fewer people working than in February. Barely more than one-third of pupils are attending school normally. Hunger and poverty have risen; the memories of a turbulent
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  25. Kris Boyd 2 Nov 2020, 21:44 Updated: 2 Nov 2020, 21:44 FOR their sake I hope it was one helluva party. Because for Jordan Jones and George Edmundson, that late night out on Sunday has just cost them their Rangers careers. I can’t see any way back for the pair after this. Their brainless stupidity may have been a rush of blood to the head. I can’t think they made a conscious decision to risk everything by attending what the kids these days call “a gaff”. But that’s neither here nor there.
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  26. Carson shouldn't have any obvious antipathy to us, as a Methody educated Belfast 'Prod' you'd expect him to at least have an open mind. I'd be surprised if Carson doesn't at least encourage his Sport's Department to try and rebuild some bridges, but I doubt he'll force it or fire anyone over it. I met his Dad once, we didn't talk about football unfortunately!
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  27. Bessie Braddock apart from the the voice.
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  28. There is nothing to resolve. The bbc chose not to cover our games. They can start again anytime.
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  29. I think Itten deserves special mention. He put in a good shift for the team.
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  30. We’d like to sincerely thank the Dunfermline Loyal RSC for their substantial donation towards the restoration of the Sandy Archibald plot in Dunfermline Cemetery. We’ve managed to locate Mr Archibald’s family and have been given permission to carry out the necessary work. Update to follow.
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  31. Could be just the boost to give the opposition a kick in the curly wurllys
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  33. A fair and considered response and good advice. My formative years were spent trying to avoid advance parties of the Milton Tongs an organisation with a similar philosophy to your Sgt Major, as such I came to rely on my wits, my eyesight and my ability to run, so when rare opportunities to take advantage did arise I made the most of them. Old habits and all that.
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  34. This is fresh cash from a new share issue, I’ve met the guy a couple of times at British Embassy events in Tokyo. He is the real deal and has built a business in Asia with a current market cap of circa 10bn USD, look it up HKEX 1821. Always came across as a great guy and mentioned that he plans to inject more as he gets to know the board and Managemnet better. We are lucky to have fans like this guy, hope he doesn’t work out who wrote this!
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