A Question of Trust (Updated)

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Talking of statements, Andrew Smith in SoS points out that …

Comment on A Question of Trust (Updated) by angus1983.

Talking of statements, Andrew Smith in SoS points out that two statements were made by TRFC this week regarding the potential WUO, the second hot on the heels of the first – which had ended with the statement that the matter was “unworthy of further comment”.

Clowns.

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A Question of Trust (Updated)
Valentines – good piece, and from the Daily Record, too!

I particularly liked the apt analogy of TRFC as the “North Korea of the football world” (which,right enough, would hold more water if North Korea weren’t actually a part of the football world already πŸ˜‰ ).


A Question of Trust (Updated)
Thanks neep.

Sometimes it’s easy to lose track of whether things are factual or speculative where TRFC are concerned. πŸ™‚


A Question of Trust (Updated)
Let me rephrase that – do we have a source other than Mr Green for the current wage bill?


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Come on, Highlander. Are you trying to tell us that JJ and The Mensch are *different people*? πŸ™‚


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Castofthousands says:
June 3, 2014 at 9:44 pm

For an effective claim to be made it should be forceful and expeditious.
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Trite comment: Try telling that to many 1970s TV presenters.

Real comment: Evidence gathering can take a long time, particularly where co-operation is not forthcoming. Justice is operated by heavy, slow-moving wheels.


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A little light relief from the lad Mohsni (unfortunately “not a big name like Spanish Archer McCulloch”), talking in the Daily Record:

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-transfer-news/rangers-defender-bilel-mohsni-id-3426558

I thought the poor fellow was simply a rubbish fitba player, but he appears to also be a marble or two short.

(P.S. Split infinitives, I love ’em. Use them whenever I can – it’s a nonsensical “rule” of grammar. πŸ™‚ )


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Finloch says:
April 18, 2014 at 2:07 pm

You write more like a Sandender
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πŸ™‚ Surely you mean a Saniner? I spent many a happy summer day at Sanine beach, having walked over the hill fae Portsoy. Brilliant gun emplacement and tank traps. There was a great summer cafe in the old Church hall (I think it was) with a juke box and everything!


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Upthehoops – I’m afraid that you may be taking a Glasgow-centric view there. I have a couple of excellent Irish friends here in Aberdeenshire. The only problem at all people here have with anyone of Irish descent is, dare I say it, when they’re part of the travelling community.

Danish – I also grew up in the East End. The East End of Portsoy. I assume that’s where you meant? πŸ˜‰


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