Comment on Hello by ollielogie.
I agree with comments about keeping continuity with what was created by RTC and contributors.
Some thinking aloud….Perhaps RTC him/herself is merely stepping down from the responsibility of ‘servicing’ the bog with regular commentary on recent events in the RTC, which stimulated a further wave of contributions, but is sympathetic with the discussion (and vanguard of Internet bampottery) continuing…The FTT has yet to report and there are other threads of discussions alive and well and with much to play for.
RTC had a simple core purpose which grew arms and legs. It strikes me that this format worked, and the discussion now is about our ‘purpose’. Some sharing of the regular blog commentary to move discussion on might be worthwhile (with RTC as guest poster?) I would love to see extended writing from the esteemed RTC cadre on a rolling basis.
Is THE RTC Ltd too subtle? look forward to joining you on the journey…..as a participant and not voyeur this time!
Ffs – cant believe it – 4th email address and umpteenth attempt at positing on RTC without success – but mangaged it first time on here 🙂
Soave’d to excess tonight so will offer erudite and witty comments tomorrow…
Thanks to RTC for providing an unanticipated way to fill every waking moment since the Guardian article earlier this year and look forward to making your acquaintance
The Blind Men and the Elephant, a cautionary tale
The language has deteriorated around here – hear hear to John Clarke’s admonition earlier.
Meanwhile, far away on the other side of town…..
Oh dear 🙂
Reflections on Goalposts
The BMA may not be a trades union but I think you’ll find that they are THE most effective advocates for the collective interests of that particular professional elite….I speak from painful experience 🙂
Past the Event Horizon
I agree Phil
Let’s have a moratorium on navel gazing and pi5h on the site with respect to Paul McConville. I loved his writing style – so clear and precise but an absolute gentleman (in the true sense of the word). I didn’t know Paul but wish I had met him – his personality came through his writing and it was a pleasure to read his blog.
Ffs life is too short and woefully unappreciated
And another thing – Paul blogged without a nom de plume – wouldn’t it be a sign of respect if we followed suit? I’m up for this if you can edit user names
Beware the angry Shareholders — they might just demand an answer!
It’s the calm before the storm….. 😀
Scottish Football Administration in the 21st Century
john clarke says: (1241)
October 14, 2013 at 8:02 pm
Wonderful report John and thanks for this. The freedom of public information, eh? Shines a light on the shadows where the spivs and shysters hide…. 😀