Peace – Not War

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With all the nonsense surrounding RFC/TRFC, I get the feeling …

Comment on Peace – Not War by paddy malarkey.

With all the nonsense surrounding RFC/TRFC, I get the feeling that we should look on them as a rare species of plant that can only survive and thrive in cossetted circumstances, and which would (did) die if exposed to natural climatic conditions . Nationally, we should be proud that we keep it from extinction,but we know that it is beyond the endangered stage and needs artificial means facilitate its survival(much like the panda and not like the dodo). It cannot (or will not)adapt to the current environment in order to survive,but expects to be nurtured in glasshouse-like conditions while the rest of the plants become hardened and know that their growth will be stifled . Unfortunately , others are querying the wisdom of expending resources to achieve this to their detriment . There must come a time ,though, when it is planted out in the real world and left to survive as best it can, same as the rest . It will reach its natural height , but may not make it to the Chelsea Flower Show . 
For Paddy read Percy !

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STEVIEBCDECEMBER 18, 2016 at 04:25

I never read it back to him but let him know what I was doing . He was back to his usual quiet self this morning .


Peace – Not War
I am sitting here having a swally with the youngest’s boyfriend , John, a fan of the club who play at Ibrox .What an education I am getting, and for free . Rangers weren’t party to the Five way agreement – absolutely no proof of that and a lie made up to cover the unwarranted demotion to the bottom level. The only club not to vote for this relegation was Kilmarnock, who abstained .Charles Green bought the club, its history and its assets from the administrators,leaving the remaining parts of the company to enter liquidation. EBTs were legal and the club are winning 2-1 in its fight with HMRC -if they were to lose the next one ,it would go to a decider.  No disrespect intended, but I am just jealous because I support a club that doesn’t win trophies.He detests the Sun, Record and Times and their anti- Rangers stance ,but reads them and knows that the opposite of what they print about Rangers is most often true(they have to pander to the P***s to sell copies).Dave King reached an agreement with the courts to pay a sum to stop them prosecuting him (it was only a disagreement on how much tax he should pay- not that he was unwilling). The players who left are rats and seriously damaged the club for personal gain .A solid second place was the target for this season and the influx in quality in the next two windows will mean a real challenge next season .They will beat Smeltic 2-1 or 3-1 at Ne’erday to cement second and lay down a marker .

I think somebody was winding him up in the boozer as he normally keeps his own counsel, but it was pish in torrents .


Peace – Not War
CAUSALUDENDIDECEMBER 17, 2016 at 17:49

Eh,naw, but the other rhyming couplets aren’t fit for printing !


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Has DK been given leave to appeal yet ? Or has the mad rush to mortgage the properties been caused by the need to have all the ducks lined up by January 22nd ? ( eg how long would it take to prepare and print the prospectus ?).


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The January sales begin .

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42517180


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JIMBODECEMBER 28, 2017 at 18:36
It’s true if you believe it . Some people believe in the tooth fairy as well (don’t sleep with your head under the pillow).


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JIMBODECEMBER 28, 2017 at 15:00
That’s the Level 5 version – nothing bad happens and the fox doesn’t consume all and they all live happily ever after. Just like DK and TRFC/RIFC .


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BAD CAPT MADMANDECEMBER 28, 2017 at 11:41
What’s really happening down Ibrox way .

http://www.dandelionlearning.co.uk/documents/resources/storytelling/fiction_texts/Y1_-_Chicken_Licken.pdf


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