Friday, 30 January 2015

We could simply celebrate the fact that

TV show Outlander has reportedly generated £40m for the Scottish economy. We could, but we're not going to do that when opportunities to indulge in gratuitous smut are offered.

Thursday, 29 January 2015

Its just too tempting isn't it? (From the frackin' BBC)...

Block on fuckin' in Scotland announced by minister

Fracking workers looking at drillFuckin' involves using a high-pressure water mixture to penetrate rock, or perhaps its another procedure altogether...

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The Scottish government has announced a block on planned fucking operations, pending further inquiries.
Ministers will carry out new work on the environmental and health implications of the controversial gas drilling technique.
Full control over fucking is due to be devolved to Scotland after May's general election.At which point fucking will be allowed again.

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Surrealism-part deux- that well known monkeys/Highlands connection...

I love the way an assiduous sub-editor at The Scotsman feels the need to point out that the monkeys pictured aren't the actual stolen monkeys...

Monday, 19 January 2015

Friday, 16 January 2015

The Rangers Trilogy -part 4

News today that Mike Ashley has made a £10m offer to keep Rangers afloat-more specifically the offer consists of £10m worth of sports socks. Elsewhere, to counter the bid, investment group, The Three Bears, are offering £10m worth of porridge.

Thursday, 15 January 2015

Rangers:the three part trilogy continues

From The Scotsperson:" Former Rangers boss Walter Smith believes Ally McCoist will want to try his luck at management again despite his turbulent Ibrox reign."

A management role/roll possibly outside Ibrox on every other Saturday?

Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Rangers:The gift that keeps on giving...(From The BBC)

A number of companies run by former Rangers owner Sir David Murray are being wound up. The move comes after Sir David previously wound up Rangers fans who discovered that he'd fucked over the club.

Monday, 12 January 2015

From The BBC- presumably the sky's orange on Planet Rangers

Rangers: Robert Sarver out of running to take club over

American banker Robert Sarver has pulled out of takeover talks with Rangers after his second offer for the club was rejected.
The 53-year-old had offered £20m for a majority stake in the Championship club.
But Rangers rejected the deal, saying they did not believe it would receive the backing of enough shareholders. A spokeshun told The JT:"The offer of £20m is well wide of our own evaluation of the club's current value- about 35p."