The SPFL— the case for revolution, evolution and a case of the Hamilton Whackies !

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July 15, 2013 at 2:06 am
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davythelotion says: July 15, 2013 at 12:16 am

What’s more preferable, admin or status quo?
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Anything has to be better than status quo…
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Nae fair … the original Furious Four were recently out for a few gigs and by all accounts were back to their late 70s/early 80s best (when they really were a stupendous live band). πŸ™‚ Unfortunately, they’ve now regrouped with the rubbish rhythm section of more modern (marguerita) times.

(Sorry OT)

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The SPFL— the case for revolution, evolution and a case of the Hamilton Whackies !
Having been among the first to disagree with Mr Ecobhoy many moons ago (I was right, of course), I find it quite surprising that he’s being taken to task for views which I believe are fairly unbiased and actually middle-of-the road.

He reasons his points well, and his increasing wordiness and rephrased repetition appears to be borne of frustration that others don’t seem to see what he’s getting at, or wilfully dismiss his arguments. He has a certain inability to accept views in opposition to his own, but it can be hard getting a point across on this blog when that point does not involve fly kicks at certain parties when they’re down (as it were).


The SPFL— the case for revolution, evolution and a case of the Hamilton Whackies !
I note that the BBC’s page on the Third Division is jam-packed with stories about Rangers – more so than their Second Division page. How strange.

Also, Cowdenbeath’s BBC page seems to be headed by a large picture of the Third Division winners with news of opening day fixtures..


The SPFL— the case for revolution, evolution and a case of the Hamilton Whackies !
I note a sudden upsurge in posts about Ibrox being rusty and the possible consequences.

Is there a source for this, or is the discussion being built on hearsay?


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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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