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    Reynard got a reaction from JJ McG in Sevco FC ( 2012 ) v St Mirren Premiership 12/8/18   
    Battle of the duffers next week then. Aberdeen managed to go around 80 minutes at HOME against that mob down to ten men without scoring
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    Reynard got a reaction from faraway saint in Sevco FC ( 2012 ) v St Mirren Premiership 12/8/18   
    Battle of the duffers next week then. Aberdeen managed to go around 80 minutes at HOME against that mob down to ten men without scoring
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    Reynard reacted to Sonny in John McGinn   
    I believe our chairman has already stated that any player income will primarily be used to improve income streams. Makes sense to me. St Johnstone who have a much smaller support generate more income than we do. That should be addressed which will improve the squad indefinitely instead of just one or two seasons. By all means use a little just now if necessary to get a signing over the line but for goodness sake do not spunk most of it on players. Signing more marketing people would be useful.
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    Reynard reacted to Gunni Thorfason in A Jolly Good Thrashing   
    My favourite was the 6-2 against hearts 2nd game of the season which did far more damage than Walter Kidd did at the end of the season
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    Reynard reacted to Magic Monkey in Ton 's Debt   
    County have been taking the piss for a few years now. I'm sure it was fun while it lasted but they belong in the Championship. 
    As for the Ton, I think most of their fans are decent folk and I'll feel bad for them.
    Makes you realise how lucky we got with the Tesco deal. Timing was probably perfect, tbh. 
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    Reynard reacted to SaintGlenburn in QOS V St Mirren 17.3.18   
    I hope hamilton join Ross County in getting relegated.
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    Reynard got a reaction from Longtimecoming in Brexit Negotiations   
    There was never any doubt that leaving would have to be done under article50 conditions. I pushed for the EFTA/EEA route out as it delivers everything the leavers wanted INCLUDING full control over who is allowed into the country.  and full curbs on the so called four freedoms the EU is built on via article 112 of the EEA treaty. That will happen regardless. Trade wont be affected in the slightest nor do we pay a single penny into the EU budget as an EFTA country.  But politically this was burned by the lying bastards in the remain campaign. They shat their load about it and so its politically "difficult" to sell it. So we have to go through the rigmarole of getting a transition deal which is exactly the same in all but name.
     
    Hey ho.
     
    And soft Brexit it is.
     
    BTW well over 80% of the rules of the single market are now enacted at WTO level and at other world organisations. Norway get their say there long before it ever hits the EU in tray.
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    Reynard got a reaction from BuddieinEK in Brexit Negotiations   
    There was never any doubt that leaving would have to be done under article50 conditions. I pushed for the EFTA/EEA route out as it delivers everything the leavers wanted INCLUDING full control over who is allowed into the country.  and full curbs on the so called four freedoms the EU is built on via article 112 of the EEA treaty. That will happen regardless. Trade wont be affected in the slightest nor do we pay a single penny into the EU budget as an EFTA country.  But politically this was burned by the lying bastards in the remain campaign. They shat their load about it and so its politically "difficult" to sell it. So we have to go through the rigmarole of getting a transition deal which is exactly the same in all but name.
     
    Hey ho.
     
    And soft Brexit it is.
     
    BTW well over 80% of the rules of the single market are now enacted at WTO level and at other world organisations. Norway get their say there long before it ever hits the EU in tray.
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    Reynard got a reaction from mcdowell76 in General Election 8th June   
    This is going to be hilarious up here. The SNP clown collective have absolutely no idea whats going on. 
     
    f**king morons
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    Reynard reacted to ford prefect in Dundee v St Mirren 21st Jan Scottish Cup   
    Was it not when we beat hearts 6-2 in 85/86?
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    Reynard got a reaction from Stuart Dickson in Thread To Discuss An Independent Scotland.   
    So basically everything you were slabbering about regarding the EU was garbage. Thats what I was referring to.
     
    Hows the split in the SNP going BTW?
     
    I heard it was serious.
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    Reynard got a reaction from Stuart Dickson in Thread To Discuss An Independent Scotland.   
    EEA/EFTA countries are in the single market and do agree FOM. But article 112-113 of the EEA treaty is about "safeguard measures" and allows any signatory to the treaty to call a halt or decide how many it allows in to work in the national interest. It can halt it unilaterally. It also allows a state to stop the flow of capital or goods as well. Leichtenstein have limited freedom of movement to work and have used this article in the treaty for 21 years. Austria used It prior to joining the EU. Iceland used it to stop capital flight during their banking crisis. It can be temporary or it can be permanent. Up to the member state. I didn't vote to stop freedom of movement to work.
     
    To be in the single market you agree to the trade acquis which is less than a quarter of all EU law. Much of that trade regulation is made at WTO level where we would regain our seat, so we WOULD be fashioning trade rules which are THEN implemented by the EU. Standardisation is becoming globalised now and the EU is increasingly simpkly adopting rules from above. Rules we cant shape just now but which we will be able to do once we are out.
     
    No EEA/EFTA member state pays any money into the EU. They pay into EEA grants which are definitely not part of the EU budget.
     
    The EU may decide to punish. But its highly unlikely as they self harm if they do. The smart money is on the UK being parked in the likes of the EEA short term which secures all trade both ways. The rest of the acquis gets unpicked as they arise.
     
    There is zero chance of us being asked whether we want to stay in again.
     
    At the end of the article 50 period, if parliament decides it must vote on the final deal the fair enough. Vote away. If it rejects it then we are out regardless. It just means we go to WTO rules and a very hard brexit indeed which will harm trade. Theres no chance they will vote to do that.
     
    http://www.eureferendum.com/documents/flexcit.pdf
     
    This is the plan being passed round Whitehall just now. Whether they use it in full or make their own modifications? Who knows? But its the clear sensible path out.
     
    The main problem just now is that the likes of the Norway model (the EEA route out)was trashed on both sides of the referendum campaign and a lot of the total misinformation you spouted has become mainstream thinking. But it bears no resemblance to reality.
     
     
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    Reynard got a reaction from TopCat in So Farewell then...Fidel   
    I see the commie made jeep carting the ashes of the dead commie murderer broke down on its way round the island while the locals shouted "long live Fidel".
     
    A fitting epitaph for a completely shit ideology.
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    Reynard got a reaction from Stuart Dickson in Wind Farms Are Shite   
    Its already gone from being a net exporter to a net importer of electiricity in the past four years.
     
    Wheelhouse gets extremely upset when you tell him that.
     
    The only positive to take from this idiotic return to pre industrial revolution methods of powering things is that they have a pretty short lifespan and will need dismantled. So it will maybe give some jobs to some scottish folk unlike the construction side which didnt. Or the manufacturing side which didn,t.
    I would reckon now that the entire wind industry is on borrowed time. Thankfully.
     
     
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    Reynard got a reaction from TopCat in So Farewell then...Fidel   
    http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB113590852154334404
     
    Men, women and children.
     
    And there's your boy sad leftys. No amount of deflection and whataboutery is going to save your vile backward freedom hating belief system.
     
    Maybe the lefty tossers will make a tshirt out of him like they did with that other murdering commie f**k Guevara.
     
    In XXXL for most bloated scotch marxist types.
     
     
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    Reynard got a reaction from shull in So Farewell then...Fidel   
    http://cubaarchive.org/wordpress/
     
    There's the definitive list of everyone murdered or disappeared during his reign.
     
    As well as political prisoners he locked away for daring to disagree with his buckled leftarded shite.
     
    Freeeeedoommmmmm!!!
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    Reynard got a reaction from Isle Of Bute Saint in Tory Crippling Debt   
    Was never away. I just hadnt bothered my arse signing back in after the forum update. I'm a lazy c**t.
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    Reynard got a reaction from Stuart Dickson in Tory Crippling Debt   
    Yes its sad. I think my generation were probably the last lot not to be herded into further education and into debt before we had even started working. Its a huge scam and the standard of education is f**king shite as well. Most of them shouldnt have bothered wasting their time.  Theres virtually no prospect of them ever owning property either.
     
    This is of course a good thing in Sturgeons Scotland. She wants to make sure that nobody else gets the same leg up that she did under Thatcher. Shes pulling the drawbridge up and making sure shes the last scheme goblin to make good in Scotland.
     
     
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    Reynard got a reaction from Stuart Dickson in Tory Crippling Debt   
    The debt isnt that big a deal. Although Id prefer governments NOT to be allowed to borrow a single penny.
     
    we owe about a third of it to ourselves and that will either be rolled over dirt cheap or quietly binned when it comes due.
     
    The problem has been the fact that Labour were overspending by 155billion a year when they were ousted. Thats the amount being borrowed just so the leftards can whine about the shite public services and "lack of investment in the national money put (health service) Osborned cut public spending by an absolutely COLOSSAL 0.2%.This is obviously catastrophic and highly crippling austerity so that f**king arse Hammond has decided to botrrow and spend some more.
     
    This obviously means that buckled elfty f**ks become "concerned" about debt levels. Even though we just buy it back and bin it regardless.
     
    In the meantime our young folk havent got a pot to piss in, they go to uni and rack up large debts studying worthless shite so they can do manual skilless labour at minimum wage levels.Theyll never own property, and people like me will be absolutely fleecing them as El Bastardo type slum landlords.  Theyll probably never be able to start families and they are all obese with diabetes.
     
    Central banking and currency manipulation will keep everyone in line. Enjoy.
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    Reynard reacted to Isle Of Bute Saint in Tory Crippling Debt   
    It's the young ones I feel for anyone with a child knows they are not going to be as wealthy as their parents in most cases that is sad. My daughter is working for a lot less doing the same job as older employees.  The contracts for young recruits has been changed from the older contracts.  This happening more and more in the work place. Sad. 
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    Reynard got a reaction from TopCat in So Farewell then...Fidel   
    http://cubaarchive.org/wordpress/
     
    There's the definitive list of everyone murdered or disappeared during his reign.
     
    As well as political prisoners he locked away for daring to disagree with his buckled leftarded shite.
     
    Freeeeedoommmmmm!!!
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    Reynard got a reaction from Isle Of Bute Saint in Tory Crippling Debt   
    The debt isnt that big a deal. Although Id prefer governments NOT to be allowed to borrow a single penny.
     
    we owe about a third of it to ourselves and that will either be rolled over dirt cheap or quietly binned when it comes due.
     
    The problem has been the fact that Labour were overspending by 155billion a year when they were ousted. Thats the amount being borrowed just so the leftards can whine about the shite public services and "lack of investment in the national money put (health service) Osborned cut public spending by an absolutely COLOSSAL 0.2%.This is obviously catastrophic and highly crippling austerity so that f**king arse Hammond has decided to botrrow and spend some more.
     
    This obviously means that buckled elfty f**ks become "concerned" about debt levels. Even though we just buy it back and bin it regardless.
     
    In the meantime our young folk havent got a pot to piss in, they go to uni and rack up large debts studying worthless shite so they can do manual skilless labour at minimum wage levels.Theyll never own property, and people like me will be absolutely fleecing them as El Bastardo type slum landlords.  Theyll probably never be able to start families and they are all obese with diabetes.
     
    Central banking and currency manipulation will keep everyone in line. Enjoy.
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    Reynard got a reaction from shull in So Farewell then...Fidel   
    The murdering old cock at least snuffed it in his bed at a ripe old age unlike most of his victims.
     
    Pity the famous exploding cigar didnt take his head off. tHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN A SUITABLY COMEDIC END FOR A JOKE COMMIE WANK.
     
    Rest in pish you mouldering old commie f**k.
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    Reynard got a reaction from nosferatu in Eu Referendum   
    the 400,000 SNP voters that voted to leave the EU must be getting a fair idea of what its like to be on the receiving end of Sturgeon refusing to recognise a democratic vote. At least those 400,000 SNP voters actually grasp the concept of independence unlike the toe the line muppets.
     
    She really has made an arse of herself on this one.
     
    As for the "no article 50 until all the devolved regions of the uk agree". Utter bollocks. They'll be asked for their input, it will be noted out of politeness and then duly ignored. Sturgeon has been told to go and see what she can get off the EU and report back. That wont take very long considering she was pointed and laughed at when she turned up in Brussels to beg to be allowed to stay in the EU. Sorry love, the EU doesn't recognise regions, it only recognises the member state.
     
    Think of the EU as a bus. 28 states were on the bus, some of them are federal states and carry their regions around in a suitcase, or in the UKs case its a union itself. When they stop the bus and get off, they take their luggage with them. But they are off the bus.
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