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An Sionnach

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An Sionnach last won the day on January 22 2010

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  • Birthday 06/06/1960

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  1. Happy birthday

  2. The children at Mount Florida Primary School, just next door to Hampden National Stadium, have hung their school railings with flags and singlets decorated with the national flags of all the nations taking part in the Olympics, the football teams playing at Hampden in particular. Apparently, there is a "Team Pagan" playing....
  3. Was a pretty big event the other month by ma hoose in the Glasgow Southside!
  4. "The consequence of the rejection of a CVA outcome is that sanctions will be applied to the Club by UEFA and that the Club will not be able to participate in Europe for three years and the new company will need the consent of the other SPL clubs to the transfer of the share in the SPL, in order for Rangers to continue playing in the SPL." f**k NO!!! Let them start over again in the Juniors, like Clydebank had to! (Makes note to register a protest at Hampden Park on the way to work)
  5. Not only that, but he's realising that the other half is due back in 40 minutes after her Tesco back-shift and he's done f%ck-all around the house! Cue frenzied housework attack....!
  6. Kopperburg - Limey/Strawberry one followed by a cinnamon flavoured thingy! Enjoy whatever you're having!
  7. Machine Head Monday 5th December SECC Trivium Tuesday 6th December 02 Academy Goodbye eardrums.....
  8. I'm assuming it refers to the team I support and the language I read P&B in, but I'm somewhat miffed that the two boxes at the bottom of this screen read "Berwick Rangers" "English".
  9. Our ferret has learned to use the tray in the corner of her cage, nae bother. She's only had one "accident" so far, when running about in the lounge. * *Too old for real children!
  10. I shall miss it. Moving to a 7am to 11pm store instead of my current 24hrs store. Our shifts run from 10pm to 7am. We usually get a delivery around 12 midnight/00:30hrs and the next three hours are spent stocking up the fresh goods. Then the bread and milk arrives around 4am and gets stocked up and the last few hours are spent working any dry goods in the back stock, filling the juice shelves and fronting up the store for the 7am start day shift. The only down side is that it is only three nights over a Friday to Monday every fourth weekend. Just as your body rythym gets used to it, it's a day off then back to my usual 4pm to 10pm or 7pm to 1am backshifts. Your day off is usually "wasted" sleeping! Oh aye, I'm at
  11. John Irving's A Son of the Circus. Not one of his best as it jumbles too many themes and ideas into the melting pot and has sections where he seems to play the "I'm John Irving - look at my unique writing style" card, but it does shed light on the underside of Indian street life and is still a very entertaining read. However, as you name-checked the '60's "hippy" author Richard Brautigan, I have a feeling I'm teaching Grandma to suck eggs!
  12. His PR was the Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Great Grandfather of Max Clifford?!
  13. What's so funny about becoming handfasted? I see the juvenile level of some posters hasn't changed in the wee while I've been away! I've also just read: A fascinating guide to the many God and Goddess revered by our ancestors, tracing the influences of the Roman, Greek, Saxon and Germanic beliefs that form part of our spiritual heritage today. More good stuff from David and Sorita.
  14. Research document for use in the near to mid future.
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