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TediousTom

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  1. CIC decision time. Get your direct debit mandates completed tonight. Time to put up or shut up!

  2. I am not going to another meeting unless you can give me a damn good reason to go...and I mean a damn good one!

    1. saintnextlifetime

      saintnextlifetime

      If you , Tom , I'll bring along the magic dust I was telling you about. .

    2. TediousTom

      TediousTom

      Magic dust you say!

    3. St. Sid

      St. Sid

      I'll have a line of that too if its going....don't think the Guinness is going to be enough for this meeting.

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  3. Appears to be a fair point you have made Sidney. Getting out of the house and up those stairs to the hospitality area at our hallowed ground is indeed quite difficult for a young man unlike myself. I have already been to two seperate meetings, both very interesting and informative but both covering the same ground. The first one where that fellow behaved very poorly, backed up by the Michelle person from the wireless was exactly the same (although more entertaining) as the later meeting I attended. At the time I agreed with the concept and I pledged. My pledge still stands. Why should I go to the trouble of getting off my couch, putting on my brown trousers, donning a vest, shirt, woolly jumper and jacket, putting on my black brogue style shoes, realising i forgot my socks so removing my black brogue style shoes, putting on my socks then once again putting on my black brogue style shoes, shuffling down the hall, picking up my walking stick and car keys, making my way toward my horseless carriage and driving to my favourite stadium only to shuffle to the front door, struggle up the stairs, sit at the end of the row (only for none of my fellow supporters to talk to me), listen once again to Mr Atkinson, struggle to hear said Mr Atkinson, realise I have already heard what I have struggled to hear only to have to shuffle back down the stairs, back to my horseless carriage and to complete the entire return journey (having spoken to no-one despite smiling kindly at my fellow supporters and being routinely ignored). Can anyone tell my exactly why I should bother? Repeatedly attending meetings is difficult for me and I am become increasingly aggitated by this. I would appreciate being told any "revelations". Thank you. Edited to add: I realise that I forgot my cap, I go no-where without my cap.....tell me why I should wear that cap to the ground if not for a game....why? oh why?
  4. Horseless carriage problems!

    1. TediousTom

      TediousTom

      That dust sounds like useful stuff

    2. saintnextlifetime

      saintnextlifetime

      Yes , it kills 99% of all known Gremlins. .

    3. TediousTom

      TediousTom

      £550 later and my horseless carriage is travelling again

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  5. Just back after a few days away. I must say I like the new features on the homepage

  6. Ah the close season, I see Sid has started his cheeky nonsense in the rumour mill!

    1. parisi

      parisi

      hi tom. did you have a nice day?

    2. buddiecat

      buddiecat

      i'll interpret for those not in the know , cheeky nonsense = made up shit

    3. saintnextlifetime

      saintnextlifetime

      No, no I think I should interpret , made up shit= a pile a wanky pish. .

  7. I disagree with this assertion that Nigel has done more this season than Dargo did in 4. The invaluable experience gleaned by our phsyiotherapy dept (assuming we have one) by treating Mr Dargo on an almost dailly basis will mean that our physiotherapist will now be a highly skilled and experienced individual indeed. To join the "speculation" I would not be at all surprised if we were one of the financial giants circling the Murray park area before it is sold for housing.
  8. Conversation is one of the pleasures in life. Everyone should learn how to hold one!

    1. parisi

      parisi

      shut up tom.

    2. Nigel Hasselhoff

      Nigel Hasselhoff

      shut up 'parisi'. Botton

    3. parisi

      parisi

      my name doesn't start and end with apostrophes "Nigel Hasselhoff". please get it right in future. thanks.

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  9. Some worrying trends on this forum in the last 24hrs.

    1. parisi

      parisi

      shut up tom.

    2. faraway saint

      faraway saint

      parisi, you really shouldn't upset Tom, something bad will happen top you.

    3. parisi

      parisi

      shut up farway saint

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  10. Did we win yesterday? DID WE WIN I SAID...you wouldnt know it from the grumpy buggers on here today

    1. Kendo

      Kendo

      WTF is going on Tom?

    2. TediousTom

      TediousTom

      Who knows Kendo, life is a mystery

    3. faraway saint

      faraway saint

      Correct Tom, as the famous Miss Wilcox once said.

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  11. Today is a fine day for a St Mirren victory. I do hope Hugh Murray takes the next St Mirren penalty (should we get one)

    1. Kendo

      Kendo

      Aye that would be great, how many other clubs have their penalty spots named after players? Instead do a spot we could have an S.

    2. faraway saint

      faraway saint

      No other clubs, wonder why? :)

    3. Kendo

      Kendo

      It's cause they have a lack of foresIght

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  12. The proposed SPL rule changes have my right scunnered!

    1. bluto

      bluto

      BUDDIECAT IS INCORRECT.

      ROSS IS RIGHT. :)

    2. faraway saint

      faraway saint

      3 times, phew, thanks for that. LOL

    3. Tracy Barlow Loyal

      Tracy Barlow Loyal

      Looks like four times to me! I'm here to help!

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  13. Happy Easter my fellow Saint Mirren professional football club pte ltd co supporters

    1. buddiecat

      buddiecat

      happy easter thomas and everyone of the supporting fraternity of our great club

    2. shull

      shull

      Happy Easter T.T.

    3. Tracy Barlow Loyal

      Tracy Barlow Loyal

      Happy Easter. I love Bunnies.

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  14. For the first time this year I shall drink to a Saint Mirren professional football club, pte ltd company victory. That pleases me somewhat

    1. faraway saint

      faraway saint

      Didn't you celebrate our cup wins then Tom? :)

    2. TediousTom

      TediousTom

      Ah FS, I see that thought occured to you after your initial post! I should have course have stated "League win" but nonetheless im satisfied this very evening.

    3. faraway saint

      faraway saint

      It did indeed Tom, an afterthought you could say. Not as sharp as I used to be I'm afraid. :) Enjoy.

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  15. This McGeoch fellow has me so enraged that I shook my fist today!

    1. St. Sid

      St. Sid

      Dastardly plans always end the same way.

    2. faraway saint

      faraway saint

      I hope you "shake" after every visit Tom. :)

    3. keyboard warrior

      keyboard warrior

      Dinner with David Cameron = £250,000. Dinner with Ken McGeogh two ginger bottles and a r*ngers programme

  16. I find your assertion somewhat flawed. Your statement relies on a belief that God (a theological God I presume) actually exists. I must say this is a rather large assumption and one that I find quite baseless. I also struggle to comprehend why, if Mr Atkninson is succesful in his venture, this "God", creator of all living things would have to help us "all". If the Saint Mirren professional football club private ltd company is brought under the control of the fans I fail to understand why everyone would require help from a God. I have given this some thought and I simply cannot understand why certian communities would even be aware of our club, never mind requiring help from such a high level. An illustration of this would be, say the Chinese residing in China, I simply fail to understand why these people would be in any way affected by the fortunes of the Saint Mirren professional football club private ltd company. What form would this "help" be in? Again I cannot understand why a creator of worlds would wish to become embroiled in the detail of a football club and what help such a supreme being could possibly provide to each and every person or even why such a supreme being would want to provide help to each and every person. Another issue I have is that the fans co-operative is clearly in the best interests of our club as the damage that can be done by an individual has been illustrated quite clearly in recent events at other clubs.
  17. Summertime and the football is easy (so I hope)

  18. All the bawbags were blue, now the bawbags are burst!

    1. Nigel Hasselhoff

      Nigel Hasselhoff

      not very tedious here, TOM.

  19. Glad to see I am not the only one who cares about this forum and its content!

    1. TediousTom

      TediousTom

      Thats the kind of contribution that keeps this forum going, I shall now read your thread adn i am already looking forward to it.

    2. TediousTom

      TediousTom

      Ah yes, to "smillie" or not to "smillie". Well its conversation at least!

    3. faraway saint

      faraway saint

      I take that as a supreme compliment Tom. :)

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  20. I played golf today. I must say that things have changed since those wooden handled clubs I used to use. I also looked out of place in my tweed suit.

    1. faraway saint

      faraway saint

      Yes Tom, one of them new fangled electric things, makes it a very enjoyable day, apart from the golf.

    2. davidg

      davidg

      Went to the range last week, first time I had hit a ball since September. Rusty!!!!

    3. St. Sid

      St. Sid

      Did Rusty enjoy it.

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  21. Where would this forum be without Shull, faraway, Bluto, Tracy Barlow and all the other regular contributers?

    1. faraway saint

      faraway saint

      Is it only one person though Tom?

    2. St. Sid
    3. TediousTom

      TediousTom

      Good point Faraway, that I cannot answer

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  22. Being sceptical over such matters is a good thing, it shows that you care. What like about the whole proposal is the transparency and the need for votes on matters of importance. I never want to see a single individual own my football club again. You only have to look at the damage that has been done to the Govan tax dodgers (as good as that is) to see what a single persons mistakes can cost. The need for votes acts like a buffer. It is a democracy and to quote Winston Churchill (roughly) "Democracy is a poor form of government, but it is better that all the others we have tried". Carry on!
  23. Go retro's, Go Retro's (chanted whilst spinning our wooden football rattles).

    1. TediousTom

      TediousTom

      I was born to hate the Abercorn, I was born to hate the Abercorn.

      If you think your better than us then your having a lark, get it up you, third lanark!

      If you think your better than us then your having a lark, get it up you Queens park!

    2. TediousTom

      TediousTom

      Johnstone Victoria go blah blah blah, blah blah blah, blah blah blah, Johnstone Victoia go blah, blah blah, they are rubbish at football! Football chants were proper nasty back then

    3. Mars

      Mars

      Up the Abbies!!

  24. Do you think we will ever see that Paisley Loyal banner again?

    1. Tracy Barlow Loyal

      Tracy Barlow Loyal

      Unfortunately, Mr. Tom, I think so. :-(

    2. TediousTom

      TediousTom

      I cant stop thinking about it and laughing!

  25. I had this thought earlier on today. One of the (many) benefits to society and Scottish football of this evil organisation folding will be that future teenagers/young adults who statistically would have been likely to become supporters of the Govan tax dodgers will now not do so. This should (in time) see increased gates at ALL other proper Scottish football clubs as all the evil buses that leave almost every town in Scotland to attend the southside of Glasgow will dwindle. This will happen anyway as the lure of the "gloryhunter) is already gone and we as a club will benefit from that as I am sure every other club will do so also. The only exception to this will be the business partners and pretend rivals of the Govan tax dodgers who will actually lose revenue as sections of that support also dwindle due to the lack of hatred filled derby games for them. Whilst television revenues may decrease in ther short term, proper clubs who have run the financial side of themselves properly will be able to adjust budgets accordingly and carry on! The very fact that the bigotted southsiders have been knocked from the preverbial pedestal will cause this effect anyway (if only to a small degree) but if they do get relegated or even better liquidated then the world will be a better place for us, our children and our childrens children. PS To address Shull's question, Yes, the Saint Mirren professional football club could capitalise on current events by winning this seasons Scottish cup and next years SPL. I did say "could"!
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