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    Seaside Nipper

    Gardeners Corner

    I want a garden shed........ I want to run power to it............... I want to put a beer and wine fridge in it............. I want to sit and drink in my shed during the inclement weather , otherwise sit on the patio and have the chiminea burn away affording a nice level of warmth and satisfying smoky burn whilst admiring my striped lawn and freshly potted assortment of clay pots, anticipating a colour burst of epic display I want to consider installing a water feature , not too ostentatious , but just enough for the babbling brook effect whilst watching the sun set and listening to the dusk birdsong. I am it would appear not lacking in drive or ambition in my middle distance years now ................oh phuck !!
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    elvis

    The Void

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    Waldorf - why do you get so angry about this and other matter relating to SMiSA? SMiSA have always tried to be inclusive of the whole support. People will always argue (rightly IMO) that they are not fully representative of the whole St Mirren support - but what SMiSA do is hold events like: Saints Aid Q&A nights Quiz Nights POTY events All supporters are invited to attend - usually with the only request that a donation is made towards Youth Development. even the Saints Aid has a competition for people who cannot afford the cost of the auction. In the same way that SMiSA membership is open to all regardless of how much or little you can afford. I have no doubt that some people at these events will not have made any donation with a line "why the feck would I want to give anything to SMISA?" totally missing the point that the money goes towards Youth Development - but most people are generous and appreciative of the outstanding work that the SMISA committee have done over the last 13 years. SMISA always make their POTY nominations available to all St Mirren supporters: http://smisa.net/news-archive/131-smisa-player-of-the-year-award-2012-13 Imagine if Div made the B&WA POTY award a members only award - feck me Vanzy would have a host of awards over the years.
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    sigmund

    Old St Mirren Photos

    heres a link to my blog about old scottish football photography. http://oldscottishfootball.blogspot.se/ hope you enjoy the photos.
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    thomsons dropped it

    Childhood Holidays

    Family holidays were doon the watter to Ardrossan, Saltcoats, Troon, the good old West Coast. We kids also got to go doon tae South Beach with the Glenburn Tenants Association, complete with oor piece box with cakes, sarnies and juice. Train from Gilmour Street absolutely bursting with kids excited as hell. I can still remember the feeling when the Train went roon the bend and you caught sight of the Sea and then the smell of the salt water filled your nostrils. Absolute Magic. I've pretty much made my living from the Sea and my house overlooks the Moray Firth, I can't imagine getting up in the morning and not being able to look out and not see the blue stuff.
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    faraway saint

    Childhood Holidays

    Wimp.
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    Seaside Nipper

    Tv Programmes - Good & Bad

    but surely you don't watch ...................
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    Seaside Nipper

    Tv Programmes - Good & Bad

    F/way you were just waiting for Alice, alas she succumbed to the charms of the younger buck !!!
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    reborn saint

    Esmaël Gonçalves

    Money talks....But I can see him staying.....£500,000 now for anyone looks a bit steep....He should be better next season and the real transfer money is in the EPL....If I was his agent I could see him score 20 next season for us and at least a championship club paying the money....Ah well fingers crossed.
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    Callum Gilhooley

    Old St Mirren Photos

    Love these pages, great to find out about all those old teams that dont exist anymore. There were a couple of photos of a team called Rangers. Has anyone heard of them ?
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    Guest

    Gardeners Corner

    Absolutely! I was out this morning in the garden talking to my neighbour in the cottage next door Crawford; who was sweating feverishly on the end of a long pole, I asked him why he bothered to tend the near rockface/steep part of his garden so diligently? he said "I've always enjoyed the challenge of raking uphill, especially when there are a few jealous observers jigging around, hands & knees with there dibbers" I said "Crawford you are up and down that pole like a wild ferret!". "well he said it's the only way i know to get a into real good batch of chutney!"
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    faraway saint

    Gardeners Corner

    Aye, a jogging thread, that's the way forward. I Used to love my vegetable garden in Meikleriggs, became quite addictave. Potatoes, onions, beetroot, carrots and a wee strawberry patch. Out in all weathers, the battle with slugs all worth it when eating the lovely produce. Also had a few plum trees. Cannie be arsed anymore but adimiration for those who do.
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    buddiecat

    Gardeners Corner

    i,m out in the garden every day come rain hail or shine, i admire the work done by someone else as i enjoy my cigarette, i also admire the decking i built, what a wonderfully bright change to threads - well done somner, i see the usual "lets get together and post shit, but complain about everyone else's posts" gang, have complained already, brilliant , let's get more stuff on that they don't like, then they can see how their crap posts are a tad bothersome, i'll start them off
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    HSS

    Gardeners Corner

    Slugs are bastards.
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    pozbaird

    Gardeners Corner

    Has this got anything to do with the last ten minutes of the League Cup final, where I thought I might soil myself?
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    i'm just asking a simple question, ya grumpy wee cnut, i've raised money for the club myself, fecks sake make sure there's something to moan about before you go off on one
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    Where do I start? Home and away. Neighbours. Eastenders. Coronation Street. Emmerdale, (Is it still farm?). Might be quite good though I doubt it. There hasn't been a decent programme on terrestrial TV since Juke box Jury and Pans People!
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