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  1. Has Peter voted on behalf of Dundee yet? Or, has Peter decided Dundee's vote is to be misplaced, again? Do Dundee know how Peter voted on their behalf?
    5 points
  2. The Daily Record are waiting on Peter's deliberations upon Ping-Pong not being able to raise his ding-dong for the expected sing-song. Oh, my days!
    4 points
  3. These confectionery and airport partnerships are confusing. Why not combine them and call it Aero?
    3 points
  4. He is going to have a very difficult time legally once he is out of office, is my prediction. He already is in a very difficult legal position with so many ongoing investigations/law suits, except right now he has a pet Attorney General that is willing to go into bat for him, even instructing government lawyers to try and intervene and act for the President personally. Hence why Trump is desperate to hold onto power as he no longer be able to wield executive privilege. My take with this SCOTUS challenge on mail in ballots and him suggesting there is fraud, is that he is tryin
    2 points
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  6. Correct the old mind is getting dim so a shilling would have made us feel rich.😀
    2 points
  7. History Repeating Itself? The reason I began this thread, and the reason why occasionally I return is because I knew ra Bhoy in Corduroy would resort to his habitual lazy practices. In the past, Graham has resorted to make belief and lies to support his conclusions. For a decade at Scotland on Sunday, his Sports Editor was Kevin McKenna and Spiers decided to prioritise satisfying Kevin, whereas his colleagues Kevin McCarra and Jonathon Northcoat satisfied their professionalism. The latter two went on to become national(British) broadsheet columnists and Editors, Graham is the footb
    2 points
  8. Too bad the likes of his weren't around in 2011/12.
    2 points
  9. Watched these goals earlier today for some reason. There are a few really good ones in there. One that is really dubious too.
    1 point
  10. The reality is that if Biden wins the election, we'll quickly see that Trump wasn't actually the "problem". It won't change anything - the racial insurrection will continue, the climate fanaticism will continue, the attacks of the instruments of government will continue, the weakening of western economies will continue and the cultural decadence of the first world will continue. Biden will suffer the same attacks as Trump did the minute he opposes any of these trends.
    1 point
  11. Gadzooks, didn't know there was a supporters club in Stratford, do they run panaquins to home games?
    1 point
  12. It might end up in the stewards room yet .
    1 point
  13. Agree. I used to go to the RSC in Stratford a lot. I don't like Shakespeare in modern dress. So passe.
    1 point
  14. I could have sworn she was an ACTRESS. I remember when we had conductors and conductresses.
    1 point
  15. For me it is immaterial who wins - tweedledum or tweedledee. Biden really has nothing new to offer the unemployed, the blacks, women etc. But it will be amusing to see what happens the next time the US complains about electoral practices in countries where it is none of their business e.g. Venezuela. Or China say.
    1 point
  16. Chris McLaughlin, BBC, SFA and Covid-19 - I can't wait until they all disappear.
    1 point
  17. In days gone by, I went to the theatre every now and then and enjoyed some plays with people dressed in costumes appropriate to the narrative, e.g. 30-years war clothes for Wallenstein or tunics for something from antiquity. These days, before even contemplating to buy a ticket, I check pictures of what awaits you at the theatre these days, as I don't want to see e.g. Shakespeare in trench-coat, bikini or some fancy glittering plastic stuff. Yet, that is what you get 9 out of 10 times at the theatre or opera these days, utterly mad. On a similar note, when the German national team
    1 point
  18. Think 5 new pee would have been 12d not a tanner. @Imperialpedantryloyal
    1 point
  19. No one would have wanted to pick up the tab for the mess Murray left behind
    1 point
  20. This is Scotland, the land of clans. Clans who first and foremost look after themselves and if it suits their cause will lump in with others (for a time, i.e. as long as it serves their self interest), not least when it is about money (even short-sighted money grabbing excercises). To expect even 10 of them reach a consensus is stretching it. 42 is downright idiocy and a pure time wasting. Then again, the latter is exactly what happened during the vote stuff earlier this year, offering a few snacks to to the gullible along the way (reconstruction, anyone?). If there is one thing that may come
    1 point
  21. And dont forget Luis Galvan who played opposite a certain Wim Jansen that night a good solid half back .
    1 point
  22. I'm not surprised politicians and the like enjoy their authority growing arms and legs. What surprises and saddens me is the general public who not only turn a blind eye to all this but some actually applaud and support it. The Tories winning with a landslide should have marked an end to this creeping illiberal nonsense but it has continued regardless. I wonder if the looming financial crisis and unemployment will result in a backlash - I would hope so, otherwise the game is over.
    1 point
  23. Not just Hopeless Useless and the SNP. The English Law Commission has come up with something similar. Have lawyers given up protecting the liberties of Her Majesty’s subjects? Unlikely the Government will promote legislation and no chance it would get through the Commons if it did.
    1 point
  24. By all accounts they’re looking for a soft landing. One things for sure; they’ve been very nautical boys.
    1 point
  25. 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.
    1 point
  26. Griffiths has actually been rewarded(or is it a punishment) by being called up for Scotland,
    1 point
  27. So ... no agreement on anything and a complete waste of time by the worse bunch of clowns ever to preside over the Scottish league. And that's saying something.
    1 point
  28. There is nothing to resolve. The bbc chose not to cover our games. They can start again anytime.
    1 point
  29. The world's gone stark raving mad
    1 point
  30. Just as well Mel Gibson never screamed, "Freedom...of speech!", when he was getting hung, drawn and quartered.
    1 point
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