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  1. 😂 Never had that on for football, but clubbing in Glasgow used to always involve folk coming up in the subby and telling you what their slamboard username was. I think I knew more people by their online names than I ever did by remembering their real names.
  2. This seems to have passed, so needs reiterating. No, he was not wearing a mic. Laura K claimed he was. He wasn't. Dozens then tweeted her screencapped images of the guy from different angles demonstrating that he wasn't wearing a mic. At no point has she retracted her incorrect allegation. And, as is seen here, it is repeated by others who merely didn't have reason to assume it was a lie. And so it goes.
  3. I didn't hear the interview, but if you did that you're a wrong 'un.
  4. Let's not forget that the Orange Order have threatened paramilitary violence should Scotland become independent. That's the sort of people we're talking about.
  5. Let's not. Instead why don't we take Rangers websites as the benchmark. People are more likely to be open about their true feelings when in a group of their own friends, no? You seem overly keen to only focus on what people say on here; it's hardly a representative sample.
  6. I've not started watching that yet, but I suspect it'll be fairly gratuitous. I'll be disappointed if I'm not disgusted at least once an episode.
  7. Wee bump for this as this week, having only taken 30 years to do so, Marvel gave us another Death's head comic. So we're back on the topic started by the OP. Bought #1, obviously, and in fact managed to get hold of 3 of the covers. Annoyingly the 4th is proving difficult/expensive. But the comic itself is a treat, and they've also just announced a new DH collection too. Happy days.
  8. Nice one Killie, wholly deserved. Shut up, Bennett.
  9. If I remember Arabian Nights correctly, and I might not, I think the cave with the lamp in it was also filled with treasure. It was just all booby-trapped or dodgy in some way.
  10. I've just been given a promotion at work, which is obviously nice, but it's put me in a situation I'm not great at and would appreciate some advice. I'll need to drive every day now as opposed to getting the train, so need to buy or lease a second car. I can't get one via work as my MD already agreed to give me more money than my predecessor because I dug my heels in. I assume that would kill me on tax anyway? (I'm repeating shit I hear other people say there - I'm pretty useless at tracking financial stuff tbh. So my questions are twofold. 1) Lease or buy? I understand that if I lease then I have to deal with less upkeep, but I don't really want to waste money on something I don't own. But I realise that may be an old-fashioned attitude. 2) What car type should I get? I'm not a ponce and don't want something super fancy, but we do have 2 kids and could do with a bigger car. I'm keen on MPG and reliability, and although I drive a lot of hire cars for work, I have no real knowledge of their price. I know that the fancy Mercedes saloon I had last week will cost more than the VW golf a week before, but truth be told I don't really care as long as it's nice to drive. I had a nice Volvo a few months ago, but can't remember the model. I don't mind if it's new or second-hand and will probably base my decision entirely on resale value if I buy. I walked past some BMW place the other day that had stickers on the cars claiming that they would "still be worth" £9k or something after purchase. These were £22k cars, and I know depreciation is crazy on cars, but it seemed a reasonable deal. I've got maybe a month to play with. Work has got a hire care for the next few weeks, and there's a pool car I can use if really needed after that, but I'd rather get it done. I really don't want to make a cock of myself in the sales place. I can't pay cash upfront for it because all my savings are currently being screwed on a kitchen, so will need to pay monthly. I know this will rip me off and accept that. I don't really want to pay more than £400pm, but f*ck knows what I'm in for. With all our crap and 2 kids maybe I need an SUV, but I don't like them. How do PnBers find this stuff out?
  11. Well that's not lucky. If you'd been in you could have posted the full details of the fallout.
  12. Clocking in and out using a machine is also a bit hillbilly anyway tbh. I work in the head office of my company, and everyone just comes and goes, and miraculously the work all gets done. No clocking in. No flexi. No bollocks like that needed. We have to put clocking-in machines in the regional service centres and workshops because otherwise the assholes there simply wouldn't turn up. And, speaking from experience of their antics, would claim overtime for the days they weren't in.
  13. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-30722515
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