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Can be a pain sometimes. …

Comment on The Way it Works by Kilgore Trout.

can be a pain sometimes.

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Good to catch up with you at last.
I’ve been meaning to acknowledge your ‘yeast molecule’ comment from some time back but our paths haven’t crossed since then.

Being unstuck in time really

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Whatever the history of the ‘similarly enough named to cause confusion with a previous entity’ site, I completely agree with Mungoboy.
I won’t be going back and recommend that anyone who hasn’t had the misfortune of being drawn there doesn’t bother going.
The experience will not enhance your life in any way.

I miss Eco’s posts and would be delighted if he returned to posting here.

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Just in from a hard day’s hillswimming!


I had a quick look at the RandomThoughts blog too before leaving this morning and was quite depressed by the standard of it.
Ecojon is still battling away and worth reading but overall the whole place seems to be riddled with the lowest form of sneering, arrogant bullies and trolls.

It is a great pity that what was clearly intended as a memorial to the splendid writings of Paul McConville has so quickly been lost amongst the overgrowing weeds.

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Gone on and on anything like as much about being the same club as rangers. 

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I think it would be fair to say that Mr Herron is au fait with all things Ibrox as it was he who conducted the in-house ‘Who Are These People?’ interview with Ally McCoist which resulted, no doubt completely unintentionally, in the harassment and exposure to real physical danger of those who were the (not remotely to either of them) unknown subjects of that shameful stunt.  

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StevieBC @ 16:15
“Obviously, I don’t think RIFC could consider holding its AGM on Hogmanay in Thurso,”

I spent some time in Thurso and still have family there.
It has its faults but it has never done anything to deserve such a fate befalling it.

In fact, I wouldn’t even wish such a thing on Wick.

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Just filling in the obvious transcription error on that statement.

“It is to be hoped that the Scottish FA, as they begin considering this report and the appropriate punishments, remember vividly our agreed narrative rather than what actually occurred on Saturday, May 21, 2016 at the National Stadium….”

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