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  1. Mcmullan was our only player that looked like he actually wanted to do something. 2nd half awful from both sides. We should have scored at least one in the 1st half but bottled every chance. Thought we were marginally better overall but tbh I was just gobsmacked at how sh*t Falkirk were. You've had 3 seasons at a higher level and it really didn't show today and I'm not really bothered what our positions in the table are because neither team will go up nor down.
  2. James Forrest is one of the most naturally gifted players in that squad as far as i'm concerned. Probably the fastest player on that pitch last night but rarely given a chance to show it in attack and what's the point when Fletcher is who's waiting.
  3. Dunfermline v Dundee (League Cup - 2nd Round)

    Before tonight I was worried we wouldn't be able to keep a hold of Faissal past January; now it seems less likely he'll still be here in a week. Delight to watch him.
  4. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    I bet you he didn't.
  5. George Galloway

    Just as long as they don't do it on a Friday then that's okay. Jokes aside, stop talking out yer arse.
  6. George Galloway

    Wow I thought it was a joke when I heard that some people compare the independence of Palestine and Crimea to that of Scotland. Absolutely ridiculous. Galloway did well in that Q&A interview but his nonsense about the Scottish electorate being somewhat pivotal in elections where Labour win is nonsense. Whenever Labour have won a majority in Westminster, they would have done so with or without the Scottish vote.
  7. People who have changed from undecided/no to yes

    You clearly don't consider Scotland as a nation of its own other wise it would be fairly obvious what the difference between Scotland not getting what it's electorate vote for, and a region within England not getting what it votes for. I would have no problem accepting a Tory government if my constituency's vote was in a minority in the country, but it isn't. If you consider Scotland to be a country in its own right then this is not democracy.
  8. People who have changed from undecided/no to yes

    I feel I have gotten through to my father and sister (Sheridan's speech helped a lot with the latter). My other sister however is a Labour councillor and so will take a much greater effort on my part. Won't give it up though!
  9. People who have changed from undecided/no to yes

    The realisation that any sort of want for equality is dead in England (or in the south at least) and the fear that any type of labour revolution - which I had planned on waiting for - may just land us with another Blair. I voted for Ed Miliband in the election of leader but every day I find myself seeing more and more sense in Galloway's overused analogy of them simply being one of "three cheeks of the same a*se". Basically it's all merging into one in London and it directly opposes the socialist beliefs that I was raised on and that I believe most of Scotland upholds. I want out.
  10. The Economic Case for an Independent Scotland

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MFjt5lFeYo&feature=youtu.be&t=13m Some interesting points about a possible cryptocurrency evolving in Scotland in the future. The idea of wanting to keep the pound is sounding more and more ridiculous each day to me, get rid of it all (RBS included).
  11. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    f**k all, nobody wants that. . We need a name so that miserable old bell ends have something they can name their thread as on dotnet.
  12. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    It was definitely an OG. As for the game, we lost to them the season we got promoted so i'm not too concerned even although we were pretty awful. On a lighter note though, Kevin Kyle is a tank and Alex Whittle is Messi so onwards and upwards!
  13. Walking Down The Halbeath Road

    If he had said 'I used to have a picture of Charlie Dickson on my ceiling' then I might understand what you're saying but i don't see what's so hard to believe about a man who has been in Scottish football for over 40 years having an 'affinity' with a Scottish club.
  14. An average age of 23.4 in the signed squad. Interesting