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  1. Here is Meekings goal, nice run and finish, his ball to Doran was a tough one to deal with but he did well to fire the ball back in
    4 points
  2. It's an article not intended for your regular punter but the key argument is a good one. It is that Independence is a legitimate argument when the people feel a sufficient national identity. It goes on to argue that national identity is reflected more through popular culture than our economic activity. I think most people will understand that concept. It is also an angle which is far easier to argue because it is self evident that there are distinct cultural differences. In contrast, debate around the economic and political issues are bound to be inconclusive because they are subject to l
    3 points
  3. We'd somehow manage to convince a mechanic in a garage to give us the inner tube of a tractor tyre...and blow it up for us...and we'd proceed to roll it up to the Islands and spend hours going up and down the 'rapids'... We had absolutely no concept of time...had no money...and not a care in the world...back in the late 60s... At the end of the day we'd float down the river...right in the middle...much to the amusement of tourists and locals...and the odd fisherman out in his waders...down to the Grieg street bridge...and from there a short walk back up to Dalneigh... At other times we mig
    2 points
  4. Did'nt we have a lovely day, the day we went to Charlton, Riley and me, Zog,GJ and Adie - well that was as good an away day as I have enjoyed in feckin yonks. RESPECT to Red Card fer blogging the four hospitality spots. We saw more of Colin Powell than anyone else in the ground and the only negative was yon Jim Davidson constantly trying to sit with us and constantly asking fer photties and autographs. And feck me is Theo Foley still a hard man in his feckin seventies ?!! Never did find the Pickwick but found Donview and a few crew members in the Rose of Denmark although we missed the Anti
    1 point
  5. A mate who went out to the game in Norway told me that loads of the travelling Saints fans sent postcards to him!
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  6. Jnr, it was nice knowing you..................
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  7. I don't think that Terry has been relying solely on his scout(s). With his past record and contacts I feel certain that he has a few Managers calling him to suggest players. This is great for these clubs -- if these lads come on loan they get vital and valuable experience and no doubt these lads have also not overlooked the value to their careers of playing against some good SPL teams. Further, ICT's stock is now rising through-out the land and playing for a successful team, or one showing all the signs of developing and improving , must be a lure for these and other managers. Yes?
    1 point
  8. No idea what she was doing under that car - she only had clearance to work on Land Rovers.
    1 point
  9. We've gone in to a wee 'stall' at the moment, as other circumstances outwith CJT have taken up valuable time. (eg I've recently started a new job and am adjusting to my hours changes and jugging about other commitments) One thing we have been looking at closely is buying games consoles and games of which we will be able to use for computer games gatherings. In terms of fixing dates and venues, there's nothing yet set in stone. To be fair, the school holidays haven't helped, as days are taken up with the family.
    1 point
  10. She hides where she wants, she hides where she wants - Mrs Junior Gringo hides where she wants. Did you mean 37 years ?
    1 point
  11. Me too, I think Ben Greenhalgh will be a good signing but I'm looking forward to seeing all of them as I watched a lot of pre season games and they all look good. The new striker we just signed is a Norweigen U21 international with strength, he is also 6 foot 1 so he should be really good support to Billy McKay upfront, maybe provide a few goals aswell. I like the look of Vincent and Williams,Vincent can hold the ball up really well in the middle of midfield and Williams can run at defenders with pace. This season will be a huge success (again) IMO and I really like the look of this team. Pace
    1 point
  12. A total waste of money that does nothing to address the real reasons for accidents and deaths on A9. Analysing some of the deaths over the last few years, especially south of Perth, the design of junctions plays a big part. there are a number of crossroads between perth and Dunblane where people have not appreciated the speed of main road traffic when crossing. i personally have witnessed people cross one carraigeway and, seeing vehicles on the other carriageway in the correct (inner) lane, have driven out into the overtaking lane. One of the most recent accidents, resulting in death, was caus
    1 point
  13. This pic sums it up.
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  14. He chose Minks over Minsk
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  15. Perhaps when the whole story comes to light, we'll be able to more effectively come to a conclusion over that issue. Wouldn't surprise me if Foran comes out looking the better after this kerfuffle though. Interesting that a lot of people seem to gloss over my dressing room comment and dismiss it out of hand. Do they really just think they're all going to be all sad because Richie got arrested for some reason? Come on. I didn't just put it in there for fun. Again mods, treading carefully!
    1 point
  16. I'm 33 with a wife and child and I'm in Miami every weekend showing the youth how its done...
    1 point
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