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Gaz

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Gaz last won the day on July 24 2018

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  • Birthday 19/01/1983

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    High five! I like the sex, it nice!
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  1. I don't understand why we didn't just savescum the season we were relegated from the SPL.
  2. The guy that used to do Ayr's stats posted on here. I've never forgiven him for making them pretty much unbeatable in CM 03/04. They would always get Stefan Schwarz in as player manager. They had James Grady and would always sign Martin Bavidge.
  3. The main issue for me about McShane is that he's utter gash.
  4. McKinnon showed absolutely no signs last season of being a half-decent manager. He got us relegated and should have been emptied in May. It was obvious how shite he was when looking at his tenure with any kind of objectivity
  5. I've been banging on about this for a few years now.
  6. The way I read it is if the number of dice rolls, n, is tending to infinity, you're just going to keep circulating the board, therefore the probability of landing on any square is going to approach 1.
  7. If we assume two independent dice rolls: 1-1, 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 1-5, 1-6 2-1, 2-2, 2-3, 2-4, 2-5, 2-6 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, 3-4, 3-5, 3-6 4-1, 4-2, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6 5-1, 5-2, 5-3, 5-4, 5-5, 5-6 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4, 6-5, 6-6 Probability of rolling an 8 from two dice is 5/36.
  8. I'm going to take a punt that it's 100%. As n tends to infinity, the probability of landing on any square tends to 1.
  9. What kind of fucking abomination is this?
  10. My interview for Burger King consisted of going in and asking the manageress if I could apply for a job, as a mate of mine worked there and said they were hiring. She gave me an interview right there and then and essentially asked me if I could do weekends and the odd evening shift during the week around college. It lasted about ten seconds and then I had my first shift three days later She was a great boss. I met most of the folk that I now consider my close friends (and my wife) through working there.
  11. Two bad ones stand out for me. The first, I was about 18/19 and going for a job at Standard Life. Up until then my only job had been part-time at Burger King whilst I was at college. The day's going well, I did well in the aptitude test / team exercise then it came to the interview. It was one of those "tell us about a situation where" type interviews. The main interviewer asks me "tell me about a situation where you had to upsell something to someone who wasn't looking for it originally". Now, I hadn't sold anything to anyone in my life. I was good in the kitchen in BK so at that point hadn't even been till trained. I thought for a while and then said to them "sorry, but I don't think I have the experience to answer that question, I haven't done sales before". I thought that would be the end of it, but the other panel members kept badgering me for an answer, and started going on about selling fries, milkshakes and onion rings. At the point the main interviewer said "onion rings" one of her colleagues gave out a visible snigger. I was going redder and redder with embarrassment - I was a 19 year-old kid who had had an honest job and worked hard at it, and here I was being made to feel like a fucking arsehole for doing it. At that point I knew I hadn't got it, and I stopped the interview and said they should be ashamed of themselves for making me feel like that, and walked out the interview. The main interviewer apologised profusely whilst drawing daggers at her sniggering colleague, but the damage was done. So that was that. The second one, I applied for a part-time job at Dunfermline library when I was at Uni. The job advert said the hours were flexible and negotiable. When I got to the interview, one of the first things they told me was the hours they were needing me for, and it was when I was due to be in classes. I said that the job advert had said the hours were negotiable and they said they just put that in so people would apply. I said to them they'd just wasted mine and their time, and cost me petrol money. They gave me a tenner petrol money, and I left. I also registered with a couple of agencies while at Uni and each time I registered with each one the folk there seemed genuinely astonished that I could type more than 10 words a minute, perform simple arithmetic and spell words correctly.
  12. Kyle Lafferty signs for Sunderland, Sunderland go full WATP before getting in a hasty deletion:
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