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  1. The crazies have asked for Rangers fans thoughts and their take on the last decade. Self awareness is alive and well it seems at PQ. Doubtless some non-bluenoses will be indulged in order to fill the vacuum.
  2. No harm in trying I guess, but if anyone has a spare for Seville, please give me a shout. Probably got more chance of six numbers coming up this Saturday. 😄
  3. Keep hoovering Charlie, you’ll get there eventually; champagne aside.
  4. If only they would Gonzo. Mibbe Mossad would end up doing the world a favour?😉😛
  5. Cheers Ian. Enjoyed that. Ally doing his bit for the PR - great stuff.
  6. Ra Hoops trudge off the hallowed turf a well beaten outfit. A fitting OF swansong for Lego and The Bravest Man in Football reverts to type and blames the referee for his side’s woes. Couldn’t happen to a more deserving bunch. We toyed with them at times and had a gear or two to slide into. Their rebuild job is sizeable to say the least, as you could argue that they need practically a whole team of new players. If Stevie, Ross and the board get it right in the summer, there is a great opportunity to put some daylight between us and them. Enjoy the rest of your day brothers and sisters, I know I will.
  7. Dispensing with aforementioned innuendo, I’d hazard a guess at him being overly agitated by the need to pull his wire at the thought of the next ‘big name’ to be linked with the Sharkheid electric chair. Doubtless he has thoroughly exhausted his period of mental self-flagellation caused by the nightmare of prompting his erstwhile squeeze to switch ticket and scratch the gnawing itch that is ‘putting from the rough’.
  8. Hilarious stuff. Has Sleletor’s latest misdemeanour escaped unnoticed by 26th?
  9. No offence was intended on my part and I wouldn’t want to needlessly impinge on the solemn nature of such a poignant anniversary. Although I don’t have any direct familial connection to the events of that fateful day, I do know someone who came perilously close to being involved in the carnage. For this reason, I try to keep abreast of any coverage that is given to the disaster despite finding it difficult to consume. The last thing that I would want to do is belittle people’s memories by inviting scrutiny of the BBC’s output on the subject (or any other media outlet’s reporting for that matter) for the sake of petty point scoring or dare I say it, a cheap laugh. I merely sought to point out that any interaction between the BBC and anyone directly connected to Rangers contained in the essay was conspicuous by its absence. If I’ve inadvertently been disrespectful through bringing this up on the thread, then please accept my apologies.
  10. Picking myself up after being laid prone by an errant plume from a living room cushion whilst availing myself of Dermot’s latest observations, I managed to steel myself sufficiently in order to read Andrew Picken’s accompanying essay to PQ’s documentary on the Ibrox Disaster hosted on the BBC News homepage. It seems from my cursory exposure to Picken’s treatment of the subject, by way of said essay, is that no Rangers FC employee or Rangers inclined supporter is afforded an input to the investigative discourse. Contrast this with the unquestionable humanity imbued with any mention of our separated brethren that transcends any tribal triviality. Did the televisual offering achieve a balanced view? I’m not sure that my blood pressure could take it were I to find out for myself. Of course, solidarity from the News and Current Affairs department can be counted upon; or am I reaching all too conveniently for a tin foil head covering? Mmmm.
  11. Thanks to you and Ian for posting this. I’ve been quite pensive this evening about how strange this Christmas time has been, but after seeing this and watching the lads having a giggle, it has helped me drag myself out of my ambivalent stupor. Merry Christmas Gersnet brothers and sisters - I hope you all have a great day!
  12. Presumably, the gambas on the menu won’t be of the Sinhalese variety. We wouldn’t want Dr Stu to choke on his lunch or dinner now would we?
  13. Conditioning. Now there’s a word. ‘Your grandchildren will all be Celtic fans’ was once the triumphant proclamation from the green ‘n’ grey hooped horrors. PQ have done their bit to promulgate this overly ambitious prediction of the future by trying to omit Rangers from public consciousness as far as a lack of adherence to the charter will allow. Someone, somewhere has adopted a mindset something akin to the caption on a cartoon which once adorned Chuck Colson’s office wall during his tenure as special counsel to Richard Nixon. Unfortunately for the budding BBC social engineer, they never truly had us by the balls so our hearts and minds never had a snowball’s chance in hell of following. And they never will.
  14. Fair enough. I guess we will find out sooner rather than later. I’m curious as to when an announcement will be made as it may well point us in a certain direction as to how feasible #NeverAgain is going forward.
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