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  1. Not sure if there is a better place to post this question. I almost always use my laptop at home for Gersnet and sometimes my office pc, rarely my phone. However I have used my Samsung Galaxy S4 very occasionally on the bus but don't find it easy to read or respond that way. When I use the phone I get messages about downloading Tapatalk and have heard it mentioned a few times on the site. What is it exactly and in what way would it enhance my Gersnet phone experience?
  2. My current blackberry is on its last legs, used BB for 5 years and thought by far the best for what I need a phone for - the basics of text, emails and call plus the odd internet search. The new Blackberrys aren't quite as user friendly and not too impressed with it, therefore I am going for my first touch screen. I tinkered with the Samsung S5 but find its too big for my liking (a mini isn't out yet) although I like the functions. Was close to buying the Sony Z1 compact but if I want a entertainment phone I'll buy a tablet. I have used an Iphone on occasion and liked it, thought its very user friendly. However the only thing stopping me from buying it is whether I need to have iTunes installed on laptop / PC or not? Does the setting emails up / downloading apps like WhatsAPP require itunes??? How about transferring pictures from phone to none apple PC, does have to be done via ITunes or can be done by USB from phone to PC? Muchas!
  3. Wednesday, 02 April 2014 14:00 Win Great Ramsdens Cup Prizes Written by Rangers Football Club WE have some great prizes up for grabs ahead of this weekend's Ramsdens Cup final at Easter Road. There is the chance for two lucky winners to be mascots for the final AND we have two pairs of tickets to give away too. Mascot winners must be aged 8-12 and will also receive a ticket for the match for themselves and a parent or guardian. Two lucky winners will also each collect a pair of tickets for Sunday's final against Raith Rovers. To enter the competitions you can click here for the mascot entry form and here to be in with a chance to win tickets. The competition closes at midnight on Thursday. __________________________________________________________ Terms and Conditions Mascot Competition Entrants must be aged between 8 and 12 years of age on 6th April 2014 and have parental consent to enter The Ramsdens Cup competition Winner must be accompanied to the match by a parent or guardian Prize includes 2 x Ramsdens Cup tickets Closing date: Thursday 3 April at midnight Winner will be contacted by Friday afternoon Winners must supply details of the team they support, email address, a valid contact number and delivery address No cash alternative will be provided Standard competition rules apply The promoter is Ramsdens Financial Ltd, Birchwood House, Dalby Way, Coulby, Newham, Middlesbrough TS8 0TW Ticket competition Entrants must be aged over 18 years of age at date of entry The prize will be a pair (2) match tickets to the Ramsdens Cup Final Entrants must supply their name, current address, email address and a valid contact number Anyone barred from supporting a football club is not eligible to enter No alternative and or cash prize will be offered This prize is not transferrable Closing date for entries is (TBC) Winners must be available to collect their prize (2 tickets) from Easter Road Stadium on the day of the tie The promoter is Ramsdens Financial Ltd, Birchwood House, Dalby Way, Coulby, Newham, Middlesbrough TS8 0TW http://www.rangers.co.uk/news/club-news/item/6668-win-great-ramsdens-cup-prizes
  4. YOU couldn’t give a section of Celtic’s support a red neck with a blow torch, never mind the green flare they threw on to the pitch at Fir Park. There they were with their banner asking that Nelson Mandela, the ultimate man of peace, be allowed to rest in peace. And then they got on with the wanton damage that saw seats destroyed while Motherwell boss Stuart McCall was subjected to chants about being a “sad Orange b*****d”. Some people just have no sense of irony. The team the misguided had paid to watch is currently in the best form it has enjoyed for a long time. But the football is never enough for those who have taken a weird turn since Rangers went into liquidation. The obsession with insisting that Gers died – and the current side has a history 18 months old – has come with an arrogance that was unpleasant to watch at Motherwell. Lennon said his heart sank when he saw the banners depicting William Wallace and Bobby Sands which disfigured the Champions League game with Milan. Now the manager and his chief executive, Peter Lawwell, have to speak out against supporters who are blemishing the club’s reputation. Celtic have just updated and republished the book detailing their history over the last 125 years – and it is a story well worth the telling. A team started for charitable purposes has always had what their greatest captain Billy McNeill described as a fairytale aspect attached to it. Celtic’s appearance in the Nou Camp on Wednesday night vouches for their decent standing in Europe. And the derision their efforts receive from the rival support at Ibrox is an irrelevance since that is based on the need for something to camouflage their current, lower-league status. It is as unthinking as the damage that’s being done to Celtic’s good name by the unruly element who will now make their club the object of the SPFL’s attention. But all of that unwanted attention is meaningless to the vandals, flare throwers and obscene chanters. If you can embarrass your club while the team is 5-0 up then you don’t do sober reflection. And what’s even worse is that any attempt to draw attention to the supporters’ misbehaviour is always met with a hostility based on a belief that no such incidents ever happened, or could happen, where the Celtic support is concerned. There are signs of old-fashioned hooliganism returning to Scottish football. A flare was thrown on to the pitch during Rangers’Scottish Cup tie at Falkirk causing damage to the artificial pitch. Money is a constant source of concern at Ibrox, particularly when serious-minded men-in-the-know don't rule out the possibility of a second insolvency event. So how regretful should the culprits feel when they see to it that a cheque for damages has to be forwarded from Ibrox to Falkirk? The answer is they’ll probably feel no remorse whatsoever and they won’t until somebody does something to halt a growing menace. The Old Firm game used to be a safety valve that was periodically released to take the steam out of a poisonous rivalry. Now they live separate lives and the result has been the misfits have to release their troublesome instincts in another way. Confession, they say, is good for the soul. The first thing the majority of decent Celtic fans have to admit is they don’t recognise the kind of person they can find beside them today. I also got a close-up look at Motherwell’s incendiary division last weekend because they were fouling the air, and making a nuisance of themselves, in the vicinity of the press box at Hamilton’s ground. They go through their dance routines then let off their toys, at which point several people emerge from the crowd to film their smoke-shrouded pals on their mobiles. Older Well fans, meanwhile, were congregated well away from them and getting progressively more irked by their team’s performance. They made displeasure known in the traditional, verbally-colourful manner then started to leave before Albion Rovers scored the winner. But the dance troupe didn’t have any real sense of how badly their team had played due to the fact they didn’t appear to be that bothered by what happened on the pitch. In the meantime they had caused damage to seats belonging to the club who hosted their game as a courtesy to both Lanarkshire neighbours. That will cost Well money they shouldn’t have to pay at a time when every penny’s a prisoner. Those supporters also threw another canister on to the pitch, forcing the people in wheelchairs to take evasive action. You’d think supporters of a club whose manager was involved in a stadium disaster that claimed the lives of 56 people because of a fire would consider his feelings before setting light to canisters in a stand containing thousands of their fellow supporters. One of the most harrowing conversations I’ve ever had with McCall recounted his memories of that day in Bradford. The hand-burning sensation he felt when he tried to open his car door two hours after the dead and the dying had been removed to hospital. The search for his father that ended in a case of mistaken identity when Stuart was pointed in the direction of a man with first-degree burns. He had only recovered from a deep sense of shock in the hospital ward when he heard his dad whisper: “Son, I’m over here.” Now McCall is working in an environment where we’ve started to breed our own pyromaniacs. It is an offence to enter, or attempt to enter, a football ground while in possession of a flare, smoke canister or firework. Possession of either one carries a custodial sentence if the court believes that’s in order. So why are so many being allowed to endanger health and safety on a regular basis? That’s as much of a mystery as the suggestion that McCall has destroyed his own managerial reputation because his team had an off-day in a Scottish Cup tie. Put that in your canister and smoke it. http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/hugh-keevins-must-stop-rogue-2904421
  5. Not really a game as such but a bit of fun if anyone's interested. The rules are you can suggest ONE song a day that can be found on Spotify for others to listen to. It's not supposed to really be your favourite music of all time or anything too obvious, just odd, good tracks you've discovered recently that there's something cool you like about it. Means we can make a playlist each day, maybe for an hour and so we can discover cool new stuff. Anyone up for it? Mine for today is "Gravity" by John Meyer. I really dig the bluesy riff at the beginning and the solo about 2 mins in. The song itself is not bad but not awesome. Relaxing though...
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