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  1. The 2018 Challenge cup final.

    That's a sensible date and kick off time. I can't speak for ICT but re d'ton, there shouldn't be any need for buying restrictions on this - season ticket preference etc. Everyone and anyone can buy as many as tickets as they can carry.
  2. The 2018 Challenge cup final.

    From what I understand Cyprus are playing on the 22nd rather than the 23rd? But that might not make a big difference.
  3. Sons' sorrow

    ^^^made the big time
  4. Sons' sorrow

    As mentioned elsewhere Forthbank would be my (selfish) choice but ultimately it would be foolish to risk even the slightest chance of someone interested in going to not get a ticket so McDiarmid is the sensible compromise.
  5. The 2018 Challenge cup final.

    The smart money is surely on McDiarmid albeit my preference would be Forthbank. Any time, so long as it's on the Saturday, would be fine.
  6. TNS v Dumbarton

    That free kick...good lord.
  7. The Walking Dead

    This. The best thing about TWD is hordes of zombies ripping the flesh off humans. That's what we want.
  8. TNS v Dumbarton

    At least Dougie Hill is available to form the back 4. The loss of Walsh is a real sore one though.
  9. TNS v Dumbarton

    I just assumed they gave us tickets to distribute in advance as a courtesy rather than with any real expectation of selling out? If they predicted the latter then I almost pity them.
  10. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    Yes, you've hit the nail on the head. What fools we must look on the world stage with clown characters such as Boris and Rees-Mogg influencing decisions of government. Somebody has to step up and say enough is e-fucking-nough, we're going to investigate, identify and implement a sensible and reasonable compromise - whatever the impact on our polling percentages.
  11. Call of Duty: WWII

    Prop hunt is great fun - f**k me I'm a filing cabinet. The rest of the game is largely forgettable.
  12. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    I tune in and out of the Brexit discussion due to boredom, frustration, apathy and fury but it seems to me since the very beginning of this process that the blame for everything can be placed squarely at the door of our MPs. These craven charlatans are elected to Parliament as representatives of the voters. Calling a referendum on any topic seems to me to be a dereliction of duty by MPs; who should be able to make decisions on our behalf. Otherwise what's their point? If voters were unhappy that MPs were generally pro-EU then they should have elected someone else and ultimately the decision to leave the EU should have been taken by a government which was elected on the strength of an anti-EU manifesto. Now we're faced with weaving our way through a complicated process while ministers try to interpret the ongoing will of the electorate through a one sentence YES/NO question that was asked over 18 months ago. It's impossible. As things stand it seems to me the only reasonable option is to compromise and pursue the EEA Norwegian arrangement. No one will be entirely happy but at least only the extremist loons on either side will be enraged. And I can live with that.
  13. Head of the Commonwealth

    The role is not hereditary but you just know that Charles will be appointed. The arch-monarchist BBC's spin of 'secret' succession planning and the allusion to something underhand taking place to do oor Charles out a gig doesn't help.
  14. Sons' sorrow

    Hopefully Duffy left out the twaddle about Saturday's match 'not being comfortable'. If you enjoy a convincing win with little to no resistance then just say so...
  15. TNS v Dumbarton

    I have a creeping suspicion that we'll be back to 4-2-3-1 on Saturday with Handling in behind Beany and Froxy/Walsh either side.
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