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Stu last won the day on August 28 2014

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  • Birthday 10/04/1984

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  1. Is there a difference between jelly tots and dew drops? From my initial investigations I assumed they were the same and Jelly Tot was a brand name. Their biscuits are fantastic but - and ignoring my need for journalistic impartiality - this is an outrage. BREAKING: From the Irving's Facebook page after someone else suggested Jelly Tots: "Have looked at other sweets, but very few that we can purchase by the pallet load, as we manufacture around 4500 packets of biscuits each week"
  2. One of my articles seems appropriate for this thread. I’d say my Pulitzer is in the post but with all these strikes, who knows? https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/local-news/castle-douglas-baker-forced-make-28619129
  3. Was it a Motherwell fan? Is signing an uncapped midfielder who plays in the World Cup just months later “classic Robinson”? I didn’t think Baccus would get more than a cameo after the Aussies were already out, and they didn’t have a hope in hell of getting out of the group. Amazing what they have done.
  4. Did Brampton to Carlisle 10 miler race today. After the year I'd had and with the way I'd been running I'd been hoping to get somewhere near 70 minutes as I thought my PB for the course was about 63 minutes - but when I discovered even at my best I'd managed 67:30 I started having doubts. After the first mile or so I heard a couple of folk saying they were trying to pace 7 minute miles so reckoned if I stayed with them I'd be OK. Sure enough, finished just ahead of them (cheers Garscube Harriers!) and finished within 20 seconds of my best on that route, so can't complain!
  5. Red Bull making up utter nonsense to try to keep Verstappen happy. He was told a few times on the last lap to move.
  6. The amount of Celtic da's lapping it up on Twitter without a hint of irony is incredible.
  7. Follow Follow to go into meltdown because we showed a disgraceful lack of respect by only holding a minute's silence for Remembrance Sunday, rather than a full-scale re-enactment of the Battle of the Somme.
  8. Right person going home. Syabira for the win.
  9. The situation with Brophy is similar to when we had Craig Dargo. Great player when he is fully fit but those occasions are sadly few and far between.
  10. Is this the first time we've had a player called up for a World Cup, or even an international tournament? Here's a list of internationalists: https://www.stmirren.info/internationalists Can't see any World Cup ones - I think Paul Fenwick might have played for Canada in the Gold Cup but that would be it.
  11. Baccus is in! Sadly Strain isn’t. https://www.footballaustralia.com.au/news/socceroos-fifa-world-cup-qatar-2022tm-squad-announced
  12. To be honest, I'm more annoyed about this than what may or may not be going on with our former chairman. Ask anyone involved with any committee - be it a sports club, gala, PTA, whatever - and they'll tell you one of the biggest problems is getting new members on the committee, particularly younger ones. We had not one, but two, younger guys willing to come on board and they were the only two not to get one of the posts. It may be their age had nothing to do with it but it's a bit disheartening for them and any other younger folk that want to get involved. Also means a whole generation of support has no representation on SMiSA- although not as bad as having no women on the board, which is the case with the club and, it seems, now SMiSA. Would have also have been good to get some fresh faces involved - regardless of their age. I'm sure the four involved will do a good job, but they're all guys who have been involved with the club/SMiSA/whatever before so I can't see much fresh thinking coming from them.
  13. The most dangerous place in the F1 paddock is the space between Christian Horner and the Sky camera. He's the one suffering most from this boycott.
  14. Tait might need surgery. Dunne and Gallagher likely to be available for Saturday. https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/sport/football/9690712/st-mirren-richard-tait-surgery-stephen-robinson-injury-timeline/
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