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  1. Baby number three arrived safe and well yesterday morning. Welcome to the world, Saria!
    10 points
  2. I'm assuming they will launch it as a permanent product again, off the back of what seems like overwhelming evidence that we don't care how expensive it is thanks to the sugar tax, we just want to drink the fucking stuff even if it bankrupts and/or kills us.
    8 points
  3. SPFL youtube has uploaded that match for your enjoyment
    8 points
  4. Never let it be said that Dunfermline fans lack self-awareness.
    8 points
  5. I'm always intrigued at the line of thought that says 'giving everyone a vote on this important issue is undemocratic'
    7 points
  6. 7 points
  7. Was I laughing at all you sugar junkies creaming in your pants at the thought of old Irn Bru for much of this week? I absolutely was. Am I using my whole 30 minute lunch break walking around to find a shop that is selling it? I absolutely am.
    6 points
  8. If you could give me more than 30 minutes of straw clutching before ripping them out my hands next time, I'd appreciate it.
    6 points
  9. *someone posts about Lord of the Rings. Kincardine appears with the eye of Sauron as his avatar. 'That's weird Kincy, don't you know they were the bad guys ?' 'Pfft. We Scots were best pals with the Uruk hai. We built dozens of seige engines in Mordor and were in the vanguard during the Battle of Helms Deep. FFS, Saruman's parents were born in Paisley'
    6 points
  10. I sympathise with the asthma thing, but I quite enjoy sneezing. It's like a mini-orgasm. I just had one a minute ago and now I'm smoking a cigarette.
    5 points
  11. Either have Kris Boyd up front or ensure you play Falkirk in the relegation deciding game. Hope that helps.
    5 points
  12. The Easybeats - Come And See Her
    5 points
  13. No, I hate talk like this. Gives me flashbacks to Rado saying "We can win the treble" One game at a time. If we're 20-odd points clear then we can focus on that.
    5 points
  14. The Wedding Present - The Thing I Like Best About Him Is His Girlfriend
    5 points
  15. 5 points
  16. Am so glad he matured and changed his attitude in time to bang four in against us.
    5 points
  17. Beaten by our first team, pumped by our Colts team, obliterated by a makeshift Glasgow Cup lineup. Clyde.
    4 points
  18. Sounds like you at Dens Park. Merci.
    4 points
  19. I can think of one. One who said that he'd support Remain, then said he'd support Leave. Who said that Leaving would mean a government being dragged down in years of negotiations then said the government would be able to negotiate an exit agreement within 11 months. Someone who voted against Teresa May's deal but who voted for a similar deal that was actually worse. A man who said that there would be no border in the Irish Sea yet who supports a deal which does just that. Someone who said we'd be leaving the EU, Deal or No Deal on October 31st. Quite a lot of flip flopping there. Compared to Corbyn, Johnston is even more all over the place. Not that the media ever bring it up as much.
    4 points
  20. Hendry was brilliant for us. Deserved his move. Confidence has been shot to pieces after an initial dodgy spell at Celtic and doesn't look like he'll get a chance to redeem himself. He'd easily slot in for a team wanting a ball playing CH at most clubs in Scotland. He was considerably better for us than say Declan Gallagher, who played for us at a similar stage of his career.
    4 points
  21. Steve Harley : Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)
    4 points
  22. 4 points
  23. Manfred Mann : Come Tomorrow
    4 points
  24. Remember though we apparently got relegated to an excellent league full of wonderful teams like East Fife.
    4 points
  25. Just some of the posts from last season's first meeting. You'll forgive us for not expecting an easy time on Saturday...
    4 points
  26. Wife was watching Lord of the Rings over the weekend. First thing that occurred to me was "OK, so the ravening hordes of Mordor are at our walls. We could fight to repel them as best we can, even though failure seems inevitable, but what would that achieve?" Even if you believe that it's impossible to get work done without absolute power for some reason, putting up a fight will at least delay the Tory army from sinking their pointy teeth into the soft flesh of our children. Thank you.
    4 points
  27. I went to a talk by John Curtice at Glasgow University this evening. A pretty bleak picture for anyone who doesn’t want to see a Tory majority tbh. Conservatives hoovering up the leave vote and pretty much maxed out in terms of where they could his percentage-wise, but Labour need to get closer to maxing out remain voters if they want to catch up, and not looking like they’re in shape to do it at present. Also had a graph showing a steady lead of a few points against independence for 2016-18, but then a jump to about 50/50 (or Yes very slightly ahead if anything) about a year ago that has remained steady ever since, with those extra points pretty much all coming from remainers. He made a comment about how tricky it will be for a PM to prevent more remainers moving to Yes if Brexit happens. A couple of other snippets about registration and turnout: the ‘surge’ in voter registrations didn’t really happen and should be taken with a pinch of salt - it’s mostly people who had already registered re-registering to make sure. Also (not sure if I understood correctly but) a new register was created in the past month, meaning that voter records should be more up to date than most elections. As a result it’s very likely that turnout will be up from last time as the register is less likely to include redundant records - people who have died, moved away, etc (worth bearing in mind for betting purposes).
    4 points
  28. It sure was. They never stopped for the whole game, similar to our visit to Paisley earlier in the season. What a difference they make [emoji106]
    4 points
  29. 4 points
  30. With Hearts' manager hunt now starting to take months, rather than weeks, and with Livingston on a 4-game losing streak, it seems that neither set of clinically depressed fans is able to work up the willpower or initiative to startt up the match thread for two days hence. Fear not, what with our new manager bounce and our 10-game unbeaten streak, morale is high amongst the P&B Hibs bois, and we have that little bit of extra energy and enthusiasm to help our less fortunate Lothian Brethren out in their time of need. Hibs were founded as a charitable venture, after all. As to the match, on Livingston's end, their top goalscorer, Dykes, looks to be fit and working again, and their secret anti-Hearts weapon, Marvin Bartley, will be on hand to ragdoll any Jambos foolish enough to set foot beyond the halfway line. Meanwhile, Hearts' top goalscorer, Christophe Berra o.g., is also likely to be on the pitch, providing that extra added goal threat that could well tip the balance in Livi's favour. The one consolation for the Hearts fans is that there's a good chance Berra will pick up a sixth yellow card this time, and provide some respite for the Hearts goalmouth in upcoming games. Can't see beyond an away win here. 0-2 (Dykes, Berra o.g.)
    3 points
  31. Sad to pass on the news that John Ferguson has died today. Known on this site as Garrelburn. John was a keen junior historian and indeed was the author of the book on the history of kilsyth Rangers . A committee man to the end and he filled his last match report for our last home game against Arthurlie just 2 weeks ago. His health had been troubling him recently but non the less he never missed a game and was the club delegate for meetings at Hampden . A sad loss to the junior game . RIP john
    3 points
  32. It’s not unfair, you’re easily the most negative poster on here by a mile and always looking to stick the boot into the club eve when it’s clear in certain situations they’ve not done anything wrong. If you read most of your posts as a neutral fan I’d assume you were a Killie troll like west curve because of how negative you are.
    3 points
  33. No matter how bad things are, we can console ourselves in not being Clyde Football Club. Just imagine how good we’d be if we’d kept Nisbet.
    3 points
  34. No idea why certain Cumnock fans on here have an issue wi a Wednesday game against Talbot. Gone are the days when these games attracted big crowds and wont return until we get competitive again. Regarding the park being block booked, am quite sure the agreement is in place that ALL block bookings will be subject to postponement, if the pitch is required for a game(am sure these bookings are cancelled at start of season and end of season for midweek games, so no sure why Debruary would be any different) To mention Killie v Rangers on the tele will hav an effect on the crowd...really?!?! Am no sure o many Cumnock/Talbot fans that would prioritise that fixture over the junior derby but I may be wrong. I for one look forward to a midweek derby under the floodlights and only hope there will be more to come.
    3 points
  35. Beastie Boys-No sleep till Brooklyn
    3 points
  36. I'm a bit perturbed by the level of negativity on this thread recently. I'm as disappointed as the next man at Saturday's result but let's get things into perspective. We are a part time team, adjusting to a higher league, hugely handicapped by a high level of injuries, and had a tough mid week gig at Methil in atrocious conditions which must have have been energy sapping. In addition we lost a key defender in the first half and Goodie took a sore one early in the game which I think could account for his comparative lower key game. I don't know what level of miracles we expect but surely we need to get back to encouraging the team, not mauling them!
    3 points
  37. I actually think this competition should be held like a pre-season tournament at a neutral venue. Two semi-finals games on the Saturday, two games on the Sunday (3rd & 4th place and final), like the various pre-season tournaments we have. I think it would help raise its profile, and it's more relevant with the champions of the previous season instead of having it near the end of the following season with the champions from almost a year previously. I'm sure there are plenty of venues around the junior scene which could host a tournament like that, as several do currently. Just a suggestion, and the Evening Times could help market it and get good crowds at it.
    3 points
  38. I find that's it quicker using contactless to pay rather than paying cash and waiting for change.
    3 points
  39. Sat Nav on my wife’s car pronounces Kincardine Bridge as ‘Kink-Car-Deen’. We didn’t need directions to the Kincardine Bridge, it’s just up the road from us. Just put her on as we like the way the wee wummin’ in the glovebox says Kincardine. The Sat Nav in my car is more advanced. Key in ‘St Mirren Park’, and they pronounce it ‘For fcuk sake Obika’.
    3 points
  40. The Proclaimers - Lets Get Married
    3 points
  41. This has put me in the mood for some beans with my fried egg and bacon this morning. Heinz : Just Like Eddie
    3 points
  42. 100% in Scotland could be nice. Better than 12-15% in Westminster say, if that were so.
    3 points
  43. We're getting taken out of an arrangement with Europe we feel is to our advantage, for one. And our inclination is not towards yet another Tory government, which historically we've been allergic to more than not. The compensation of having the odd Michael Gove figure to stand up for us amongst the old Etonians does not really do it, I'm afraid.
    3 points
  44. Those prices are outrageous, and they wonder why people drift away from the game. Absolute joke, fans will pay it being a derby but it's just wrong. Blatant profiteering.
    3 points
  45. No international shipping. Just for gnome games then. The location of my coat is near the exits...
    3 points
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