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  1. I have one...... When you write match worn, does 5's at the Pitz count. [emoji14]
  2. Really. [emoji23] https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/brexit-pound-dollar-exchange-rate-boris-johnson-vote-no-deal-gdp-usd-a9089446.html%3famp
  3. Heard bits over the last two days travelling home from work and will listen to the whole interview later. Thank you shull for the link. [emoji106]
  4. You can imagine my surprise when I got a notification you quoted me. That surprise changed to astonishment when I noticed you asked not 1 but 2 questions. Did you forget that I and others are waiting on a reply to questions you were asked? LPM will have left the building as he doesn't do accountability. [emoji23]
  5. I agree regarding the wording and had just presumed that my guess was correct when I initially read it.[emoji106] Was a quick reply, possibly down to the new system we've bought freeing up some time for folk on committee to deal with it so promptly. [emoji6]
  6. You should have seen the rant I had typed before the penny dropped that you were at it. Was basically about my Grandad not taking my dad, my dad not taking myself and myself not taking my son and him not taking my........... I'm to young to have grand weans [emoji23]
  7. At a guess, it's what the two options asked for. If I remember correctly that's why we possibly had a surplus of £500 last year about this time.
  8. You forgot one small fact in your reply BiEK, [emoji54] They are welcome to attend and you know that. [emoji106]
  9. Here's a more detailed account of what the money may or may not be spent on. Option 1 is for a continuation of the pre-match family entertainment that takes place outside the stadium on a matchday. This has proved to be a very popular venture run by Colin Bright, AKA Paisley Panda, and jointly backed by SMISA, the club’s Supporters Liaison Officers (SLOs) and the Fans Council. The entertainment has grown year on year since it first started with Bung a Baw back in 2016. Last season they took things to a new level providing entertainment at all Saturday home games with activities including inflatables, live music, face painting, balloon artist, flag displays and much more. The aim from the outset has been to encourage the kids of today to attend matches regularly and in turn become the paying adult fan of tomorrow. Feedback has been incredibly positive both from home and away fans. The organisers want to continue to grow and add to the activities they provide throughout the season but need funding to do so. The total cost for this request is £1500. Option 2 involves the St Mirren Charitable Foundation and their Festive Friends Christmas dinner. On Christmas Day last year the Foundation, in conjunction with the SPFL Trust and the Salvation Army, opened the stadium to provide a meal, company and entertainment for a number of local elderly people. Members from SMISA and the St Mirren women’s football team also pitched in to help make it a day to remember for all involved. Gayle Brannigan from the Foundation wants to host Festive Friends again this year and has asked if SMISA members could contribute £1200 towards the costs involved.
  10. Ricky, why aren't you using your sin bin account?
  11. Shull, please reign it in a bit FFS.[emoji106]
  12. Were you hoping the bad police officer would rub the glue remover vigorously? [emoji54]
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