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shaddypeekey

Member Since 26 Sep 2003
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In Topic: Annual Forces Circus Time At Greyskull

21 October 2014 - 10:44 AM

I wonder if there are kids signing up who now expect more respect than was afforded in the past, as a result of the officially sanctioned heroes narrative?

Doubt it. Nobody I know who's serving classifies themselves as a "hero".


In Topic: Annual Forces Circus Time At Greyskull

20 October 2014 - 10:56 AM

Don't tar us all with the same brush. I've been asked several times now if I wanted to be part of the Ibrox shenanigans and have always turned it down because I don't want to be associated with it - I even had a stooshie a couple of years ago with a guy I worked with because he was one of the eejits in uniform bouncing up and down in front of the Broomloan Stand. The only Forces parades I've ever taken part in are Remembrance ones.

Hear Hear. I actually stopped some of my lads doing it last year. Pile of propogandist pish.


In Topic: Irish Thinking They Will Have A Massive Support At Parkhead

17 October 2014 - 08:55 PM

Really?   I have Irish blood.  As do a hell of a lot of the Tartan army.

Me too. Your point caller?


In Topic: Irish Thinking They Will Have A Massive Support At Parkhead

17 October 2014 - 08:41 PM

If there had been a yes vote last month we wouldn't be haviing this discussion - it would have been a match between two independent nations and a celebration of "celticness" in Celtic Park.  Those of Irish decent would have supported their own nation, Scotland, without any hesitation.  I think they feel excluded by the British name tag! :D   Just one point about football and the selection of the Scottish team - why did Jimmy Johnston not get more caps for Scotland??? Was he not good enough :shocked:

Helen, no offence, but you obviously know hee haw about the West of Scotland if you think that would be true! 


In Topic: I Cannae Wait...........

16 October 2014 - 01:58 PM

 

Celtic fans singing we are having a party when rangers die and as such jelly and ice cream is party food an what they used to rub more salt into the wounds

What the badger does that have to do with a Scotland game?