Good Try Mr. McKenzie


Interesting how the political world is throwing up all sorts …

Comment on Good Try Mr. McKenzie by dom16.

Interesting how the political world is throwing up all sorts of insightful articles on how to convince (i.e. Lie) to people. 
Nick Cohen did it yesterday.
“Compulsive liars shouldn’t frighten you. They can harm no one, if no one listens to them. Compulsive believers, on the other hand: they should terrify you”  
could have been written with Scottish football in mind

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Enough is enough
Corsica was enraged about the abuse of charitable cash for non charitable purposes. His passing was a sad loss RIP

Enough is enough
I listened in to the SFSA survey piece on Sportsound last night. Darryl Broadfoot was appalling. Taking over the SFSA rep and totally denigrating the whole approach. Gordon Smith hardly better. 
Smith – I wanted to make change at SFA but wasn’t allowed shtick is just garbage. I assume he means the transformative plan for Scottish football to ban divers? Perhaps it’s just you were incompetent Gordon and way out of your business degree depth?
its Daryl that really takes the biscuit though. He was being paid for last nights cobtribuion as he “represents the SFA”. You really couldn’t make it up though as I view the political realm make it up seems the sensible option over what’s actually happening. 

Celtic’s Champions League windfall is a bonus for Scottish football, not a handicap

its a retweet – someone reposting another tweet. 
The person doing the retweeting is well known for pulling up comments from several years ago. 
Jane Lewis did actually complain that it was from 5 years ago. By which I think she no longer believes the original tweet any more. 

Time for Scots Government to Take Bull by the Horns
Good piece from the Scottish Review by Marice Smith on Whyte fraud trial. Doesn’t pull his punches

THAT Debate, and the Beauty of Hindsight
Sorry Steve BC  
CPS is the English crown prosecution service
we have COPFS. Crown office procurator fiscal service (I think!)

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