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  1. Can I resign from the top 21 posters That folks was how not to play battleships. Well done to smurph for his general good play and commiserations to Philpy for life in general.
    9 points
  2. xbl celebrates 'success' after shiting himself at the prospect of a ban:
    8 points
  3. Both VT and Swampy are both now sitting in the Chesnut Tree cafe.
    8 points
  4. Far from trying to "hide" anything the move to create the dedicated forum was to ensure that those who want to discuss the issue can do so whilst having full view of all the threads running on the site. Today seemed a good day to launch the dedicated forum to tie in with the release of the white paper. For the record, I'll be voting Yes.
    8 points
  5. NoSurrendyBendy's bigot world is an awful strange place. Celtic's dark age sectarianism = bad Rangers dark age sectarianism = good. What an absolute throbber. You seriously need to take a look at yourself, is it any wonder that you're an embarrassment to yourself, your fanbase, and your country? With half a brain, you might actually be dangerous.
    6 points
  6. Just another day on the BRALT - our resident bears posting all day long about.. er.. celtic.
    4 points
  7. That is a very good post and has swayed me to vote Yes. Not kidding, man. For a politics simpleton such as myself this was nice to read. It will be hard at first to change. But I think we can do it. And I think if we were all to say no it would be a portrayal of the typical negative attitude from Scottish people. People do say Scots are a negative bunch. I think it's just time to be positive and say yes. If we don't try it we'll never find out.
    4 points
  8. I heard a rumour that someone even shat themselves.
    4 points
  9. If Scotland votes no, there will be thousands of happy, smirking, fat Sevco fans loving it. Just think about that before you vote "no".
    3 points
  10. I voted Yes in the first poll but then it was more a "f**k it, why not" attitude. Having researched it all further it has consolidated my vote and I don't think anything will be able to change that now. That coupled with BT doing nothing but trying to scare people and smear the SNP rather than actually offering up anything solid for the voters to think on has really hardened my vote. I hope to convince a few people over the next year, my parents being two for starters but I appreciate that it's their vote and if they think No is the way forward fair enough. I think this will be huge missed opportunity if we do vote No though.
    3 points
  11. The higher you build your barriers The swoler I become Siempre contigo, mhak & The Collector.
    2 points
  12. I watched the BBC from 10am to 6pm, I'm now in the yes camp, we're paying for these fcukers to be biased.
    2 points
  13. ** Warning ** Crap Pun Ahead ** Warning** Maybe their was gigantic Cockney in the upper tier And he dropped it
    2 points
  14. Download it here: http://scotreferendum.com Live stream of launch here:
    2 points
  15. Seems a long time ago now that i was undecided whether i would even vote at all Better apart
    2 points
  16. Our club conducts itself in a similar matter. In fact, we could appoint someone and forget to announce it to the press for a couple of weeks.
    2 points
  17. It's actually Steven Ward videography but I'll let you off. It's my brother that does it all. Doesn't get help from anyone. He films it, edits it, does the voice overs "you're watching Raith TV" etc. He works extremely hard to give everyone the best possible experience for watching Rovers highlights. Easily a credit to the club, and recieves little in return. He does all this with a full time job as well.
    2 points
  18. You should work next to me. I don't give a shit whether you live or die, never mind your shitey weekend.
    2 points
  19. I mind a game where some boy shouted loads of homophobic shite at him, and he just eyeballed the guy every time he went to take a corner, blew kisses at him, waggled his arse and everything. By half-time the poor b*****d was so freaked out he went and hid in some other bit of the ground Mentally tough enough to be a great manager I would say.
    1 point
  20. http://www.pieandbovril.com/forum/index.php/best-content/ Highest reputation content.
    1 point
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  22. Back without throwing the toys out the pram #definitelydece #welcomeback
    1 point
  23. The citing of the Celtic banners is hardly relevant and represents yet more whataboutery. Having said this though, I can understand why Rangers fans might wish to highlight such despicable shite when enduring charges of bigotry from Celtic fans. Both clubs are far too tolerant of their scumbag elements, recognising how sizeable they respectively are. The Green Brigade are an embarrassment which Celtic should confront. They won't though.
    1 point
  24. voting yes, never intended to vote any other way. the UK is a busted flush.
    1 point
  25. Was a yes, still a yes. I know of literally no-one who has gone from yes to no as time has gone on (someone will post an example now just to shut me up) but plenty going the other way. That surely speaks volumes.
    1 point
  26. Mitch Miller - The Yellow Rose of Texas
    1 point
  27. Is this book pure doss? Fuckin yaaaaasssss! Honestly the funniest book I've read. Great stuff Barry and Grant. Well done lads.
    1 point
  28. Scaremongering Better Together would be proud of. Well done
    1 point
  29. Anyone who thinks it will be exactly the same is delusional IMO. At the moment the UK Government is willing to give certain concessions to Scotland because they want us to remain part of the union. If there's a substantial no vote then they will no longer have to do so and you will see less consideration given to the political impact of decisions they make in Scotland.
    1 point
  30. I read on twitter that there are kids in Glasgow getting their Christmas meal this year from a food bank. We have 98.8% of the UK's oil and we tolerate this? Do they have food banks in Norway?
    1 point
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  32. Yes for me, time to have Scotlands future in Scotlands hands. Simple, as, that!
    1 point
  33. The only bombs I want in Scotland contain champagne. #DeceBombs = #PeaceBombs.
    1 point
  34. No idea? Quite glad I don't have a clue what goes on in his demented mind. Probably something like this though;
    1 point
  35. Confidence and enthusiasm must be fought wherever it rears it's ugly head! You must lead a very depressing life.
    1 point
  36. Only reason I'm here and willing to dip my toe into the debate on here now is that it's being divvied up into threads that can be followed, so won't as easily get lost in petty squabling. For the record, my general stance is "no is my starting point, but please convince me otherwise". As I believe everyone should be. If we're not substantially worse off, then it'll be a yes from me. It's beginning to look more and more like a yes from me. The reason I use the word substantially is that for me, it's firstly all about if it makes financial sense then secondly if it doesn't, but we're not substantially worse off, then I would take this as our best ever opportunity of government reform and that Scots deciding Scottish matters would be the best way forward. So, I'm still a no (I obviously haven't read the entire report), but I'm getting nearer a yes.
    1 point
  37. Likewise, I wanted AJ to do well but unfortunately it isn't working out. I will always support the manager but it's the team that's more important to me. I genuinely believe that the players we have are just not good enough and when you add that to a struggling manager and complete fkn turmoil off the park, then we are where we deserve to be. Having won the cup 18 months ago, we have a complete turnaround from that winning team. Not a single player left playing! I've followed Killie for over 40 years and have never felt like this about the club. Its being destroyed by all parties, with bitter words and actions. This current manager has little chance of riding this out, so for his benefit it's probably time to go. He will never turn this around as long as we have the current regime in place and a section of fans who are an embarrassment to the club. I'm off to kick the cat!
    1 point
  38. Yes. As Div once said, if you don't like it, f**k off.
    1 point
  39. I don't see the problem tbh. We've had specific sub-forums for big events before (World Cup etc) and traffic will increase as we get closer to polling day. It makes sense to move it now as I expect a few more threads may spring up re aspects of the White Paper. Is moving it really that bad?
    1 point
  40. I'm sure I read somewhere that there were shortened versions (white paper) being put through people's doors, which would probably be the right way to go about it. It would mean no one would have the excuse of not understanding the case for Independence and Unionists would have to stick to their usual Salmond/SNP hate-filled claptrap and union jack draped British-nationalist pish.
    1 point
  41. A chain wraps around a group set on a bike. No hinging. Is there some kind of "in-joke" here that I am missing, is your stupidity an act? You have just wished an accident on me. A slipping chain can throw you off the bike, especially if you dont have clips or SPDs. Worst case, hit by a following vehicle. Cyclists live longer than non cyclists. Well known fact. With my heart and lungs, I will live much longer than you mate.
    1 point
  42. This xvl chap doesn't seem to be the sharpest tool in the box. Reminds me somewhat of that ludicrous Lady Ga Ga person in a "look at me" sort of way.
    1 point
  43. Awrite mate? 20p for a cupa t?
    1 point
  44. It is indeed a girl. She was in my class at school. She had sex with my pal, he couldn't get her wet so threw a cup of water on her. Now she's a lesbian. Wonder why?
    1 point
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