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Laughing stock SG

β€œReferees need more respect"

Is that why Rangers made an official complaint about Collum?

Is that you you are quoted as saying Rangers get nothing?

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posted 1 week, 6 days ago


Bottom line is this I think.

Inclusion money follows low SIMD weans.

Edinburgh & Glasgow have come to rely on that quite a bit.

St A is so fvkin opulent they just say nah!

Some Yank billionaires give them massive legacies, pay for library

extensions etc, cos their favourite daughter Candy went there & liked it.

If I was local Fire & Rescue and that place went on fire,

I'd tune into Super Score Board and spark a can.



comment by Silver (U6112)

posted 1 week, 6 days ago

Well from what I hear they are as well filling it with foreigners cos all the brits complain there's no clubs, no night bus back from Dundee or Edinburgh and all the pubs close at 01:00.

posted 1 week, 6 days ago

<all the pubs close at 01:00.>

Serves the bastirts right.

Imagine in your early 20's going to a Uni where you had that crap?

Ughh!


comment by Silver (U6112)

posted 1 week, 6 days ago

Early 20s? I was 16 when I signed up. No cant told me it was inadvisable. But then no cant checked your age back then. And birds were desperate for 'experiences'.

Halcyon.

I don't suppose it matters if its all you know and its more exciting than living at home? Play the long game and have your pick of jobs after and you can party then. Just don't go earning decent money or Duke will get upset.

posted 1 week, 6 days ago





Was just logging off there.

Still look back very fondly on the whole thing - life

affirming & life changing.


'Fore I go I should add I didn't get anyone into Uni.

They got themselves in despite Life dealing them a shiiit hand.

I provided some codes / tips, and applied a bit of guile at meetings.

They did it themselves without any family infrastructure supports.

posted 1 week, 6 days ago

TMQ πŸ‘

comment by Magnum (U16400)

posted 1 week, 6 days ago

comment by MaHeed'sNippin aka I’m the competent Wullie Collum (U3633)
posted 5 seconds ago
TMQ πŸ‘
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Hark at Mr Popular!

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

As a working class boy who came from a single parent family and didn't get any grants (was never advised to apply), I wouldn't have been able to go to uni if it wasn't for the abolition of tuition fees.

But the reality is that the unis are now packing their courses with fee paying foreign students and it's hurting the prospects of kids born here. But more importantly, it's hurting the country in the long term because the graduates are returning to their home countries afterwards rather than using their skills here.

It should be noted that this is partially due to the Home Office who don't allow graduates to remain unless they walk into high paying work straight from graduation - which any graduate will tell you is something of a challenge.

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by Magnum (U16400)
posted 9 hours, 18 minutes ago
comment by MaHeed'sNippin aka I’m the competent Wullie Collum (U3633)
posted 5 seconds ago
TMQ πŸ‘
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Hark at Mr Popular!
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And now you can kiss my ring and TMQ’s πŸ˜€

posted 1 week, 5 days ago

comment by IvanGolacIsMagic (U5291)
posted 1 hour, 34 minutes ago
As a working class boy who came from a single parent family and didn't get any grants (was never advised to apply), I wouldn't have been able to go to uni if it wasn't for the abolition of tuition fees.

But the reality is that the unis are now packing their courses with fee paying foreign students and it's hurting the prospects of kids born here. But more importantly, it's hurting the country in the long term because the graduates are returning to their home countries afterwards rather than using their skills here.

It should be noted that this is partially due to the Home Office who don't allow graduates to remain unless they walk into high paying work straight from graduation - which any graduate will tell you is something of a challenge.
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