Three Shakes … and a Twist

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Comment on Three Shakes … and a Twist by scapaflow14.

I am writing a letter to the BBC trust, drawing their attention, to the antics of the alleged journalist Mr J Traynor and his department’s attempts to re-write their “journalistic” history. In the current climate, Auntie might well be a bit more sensitive about her reputation.

On a related note, perhaps there is a requirement for an archive of press stories connected to this scandal, in case other newspapers adopt a “Ministry of Truth” approach to their embarrassing past.

I wonder if the DR employs the same hacker that they allege Craig Whyte used to obliterate his online past. The people should be told!

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john clarke says:
Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at 11:57

It’s very old news. Check the RTC blog about 12 months ago. this was all in the public domain then, Mark Daly used it in one of his broadcasts, but strangely the press didn’t seem to think it newsworthy.

A suggestion for this Blog’s management. Journalisim has several awards, Pulitzer etc. Maybe going forward this blog should have an award, with the winner selected by the readers, for the journalist who writes the biggest load of tosh in a Scottish newspaper? The Succulent Lamb, perhaps?

I am sure many on here would be only to happy to contribute towards a suitable statuette or engraved piece of plastic!


Three Shakes … and a Twist
Iceman, from your fingers to Lord Hodge’s eyes! However, I think the best we can hope for is that Lord Hodge will find a conflict existed, and immediately appoints BDO with at brief to investigate the administration and report back to Lord Hodge at an early date.

To quote a favourite of the Ibrox faithful:

“This is not the end, nor even the beginning of the end, but it is the end of the beginning”


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dunnman says:
Monday, October 29, 2012 at 14:53

Getting a 502 error, usually means that there is a problem with one of the servers config.


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Ernie

Perfectly respectable point of view. However, I suspect things like Armed Forces Day are here to stay. A lot of people in the military love their football, they do not by any means all support Rangers. So if there is going to be some sort of Armed Forces Day, then why not make it inclusive rather than exclusive?
Personally, I think the SFA saying to the military, if service personnel turn up on Cup Final Day in uniform we’ll let them in free, is a much better way for football as whole to mark an “Armed Forces Day”, rather than the perennial PR car crash waiting to happen at Ibrox.
I bet, (know) a lot of serving military types would be quietly delighted to see and an end to the purely Rangers day.
YMMV


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BLUSEPTEMBER 19, 2016 at 14:46

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SCAPAFLOWSEPTEMBER 19, 2016 at 14:26

Tried to add:
How about the SFA holding an Armed Forces Day as part of Scottish Cup Final? A bit like the Lawn Tennis Association does at Wimbledon, thereby detoxifying the whole issue?


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Blu

Possibly, do they use temporary seating for Forces day?


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Problem with the stands at Ibrox you say?
“Nothing to see here” says the man on the level
What about that Section 89 Building warrant lodged with the Glasgow City council?
https://publicaccess.glasgow.gov.uk/online-applications/scottishBuildingWarrantDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=ODLE5LEX09500
here’s the guidance notes for applying for a Section 89 
https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=12988&p=0

“The plans should include the type of seats (if any)which are to be used….”


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