The Immortality Project

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I’ve just read Tam Cowans page in The Record. He’s …

Comment on The Immortality Project by Delbhoy.

I’ve just read Tam Cowans page in The Record. He’s definitely guilty of misogyny. But also of a blatant, misguided attempt at controversy. Perhaps most importantly it didn’t make me laugh.
Elsewhere in his column is the line , ” Forfar are a great wee club who live within their means, pay all their debts and don’t shaft their creditors. Unlike some lower league clubs I could mention “.
Is he being pilloried for failing to make this pedant laugh ? Or for not sticking to the script ?

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Torquemada @ 10:31.

Succinctly put. The suspicion that Ibrox has been used as a money-laundering operation for years has been hinted at for ages. Perhaps it should be just openly alleged.


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