Celtic Diary Wednesday February 17: How The Media Doesn’t Work

Celtic have apparently signed Liam Shaw from Sheffield Wednesday on a pre contract, which implies that the manager may well have had a say in next season, despite it being fairly well accepted that he shouldn’t have anything of the sort.

 

Of course, it could also mean that the new man, whilst not officially in charge, is making his own plans behind the scenes.

 

Or it could just be that Shaw is so determined to join Celtic he’s signed a pre contract anyway, without speaking to anyone at Celtic.

 

Which is probably how we ended up with Shane Duffy.

 

Incidentally, the Irishman is determined to make amends for his poor showings this season, and since part of the problem appears to be he’s trying too hard, lets just hope that Stephen Welsh, who is fit for tonights game with Aberdeen, doesn’t hurt himself.

 

Speaking of centre halves, or at least someone who can put in a tackle…

 

 

 

 

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Neil Lennon does seem rather settled at Celtic, and it may be that there are circumstances that have conspired to ultimately mean ten in a row was never going to happen, and his ramblings to the Daily Record show that he’s certainly prepared to go down that path…

 

“I don’t think it’s unfair or unrealistic but we have had mitigating circumstances throughout the course of the campaign, some of which I can’t divulge publicly. 

 

I don’t know why he won’t divulge them. We’ll have some drunk or other telling us sooner or later.

 

“But I’ve never shied away from the fact that it’s been massively disappointing and we could and should have performed better. That’s on me, my staff and the football department as well.

 

Or maybe he is telling us…..

 

That’s on me, my staff and the football department as well. 

 

The downturn in education, standards and discipline is the reason for this seasons debacle, and, as he says….That’s on me, my staff and the football department as well. 

 

 

There are no excuses.

 

He’ll continue to mark time in the job when the hoops face Aberdeen tonight. The Dons haven’t scored in five games, so it’ll be a relief for them to face Celtic’s shaky back line.

 

Lennon will pick the team the same way as he always does…

 

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We’ll start brightly, and if we score early on then we’ll win.

 

If we don’t score early, it’ll be another “here you have it ” mentality from the players when they get the ball.

 

All very tiresome, all very tedious, and frankly, for Lennon to blame other circumstances for our demise is embarassing, for him and for us if we accept that.

 

 

Though when it comes to embarassment, and shameful behaviour, there’s nowt to compare with our mainstream sports media..

 

Here’s how they reacted to breaches of the Covid protocol from Celtic….

 

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and here’s how they are dealing with another breach from the clodhoppers at Ibrox…

 

 

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And they’re still investigating, and one wonders just how busy the police are when they can’t answer the phone from Ibrox demanding to know who were fined….

 

Oddly enough the media don’t seem to know either, but with a last 32 Europa league game up tomorrow night in Antwerp, I’ll wager the Belgian authorities would be interested.

 

For context, have a look at how it’s dealt with in Italy..  ( from Sky sports, though it might still be true.. )

 

Lazio, their president Claudio Lotito and club doctors Ivo Pulcini and Fabio Rodia have been referred to the national federal court following an investigation into violations of Covid-19 protocols, the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) said on Tuesday.

The FIGC said in a statement that the Serie A club is charged with “violations of federal regulations and a lack of observance of the health protocols in force”.

Lazio spokesperson Roberto Rao responded in a statement, saying: “We trust in sporting justice, which will be expressed in the appropriate offices, so that the correct reconstruction of the facts is re-established and total non-involvement with the contested accusations is recognised.”

An investigation was opened on November 3 over potential violations of protocols regarding Covid-19 testing. The club’s training ground was inspected and swab test results were seized.

Lotito is accused of having “failed to enforce, or failed to monitor compliance with, the rules on health checks and the necessary communications to the competent local health authorities.”

The list of violations includes failing to promptly report positive cases to the local health authority, failing to stop three players from attending a training session after receiving positive tests and twice failing to enforce a mandatory 10-day isolation period on an asymptomatic player, who was subsequently involved in a Serie A game.

 

Lazio said in a statement: “It’s a matter related to the interpretation of the rules around the subject of Covid-19, both in terms of the duty to communicate to the local health authority and the practical interpretation of some parameters of the medical protocols.” 

 

Then again…..

 

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@theceltsarehere
Why the sudden big deal about The Rangers investigating themselves? They’ve been testing themselves, appointing they’re officials themselves, writing their own newspaper reports themselves and declaring themselves compliant with Financial Fair Play for the last nine years!

 

Perhaps they have their own sort of Green Mile, a Blue one, where what happens on the mile stays on the mile.

 

It’s not like anyone has the balls to investigate, although in fairness, Graeme Spiers had a pop… not over their silence on covid breaches, but on their refusal to comment on the SFA child abuse report.

 

While Stewart Robertson, the Rangers MD, bans or bars journalists galore from Ibrox – a hallmark of his time at the club – I am astounded he and Rangers have still not uttered a cheep of regret over historic child sex abuse. That SFA report was 5 days ago now. Sheer cowardice.

 

Of course, it’s a bit of a quandry for the Ibrox board.

 

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They have already made their position clear to victims, telling at least one of them to approach the liquidators of the original club for compensation, legally if not morally correct.

Celtic , at least, have admitted a moral responsibility to an extent, maybe still not enough, but its a start.

 

If Robertson publicly tells the media its not the same club, a lot of official “55” merchandise will have to be dumped.

If he tells them they are the same club, they’ll need that merchandising money to pay compensation….and, of course, legally that opens up a channel for original creditors to make claims, as he’s admitting liability…

 

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Oops, I thought that was a Walter Smith quote, and in fact it’s Walter Scott, whoever he was.  He did get a knighthood , so he;s probably a fan.

 

Of course, deception is a kind of company policy at Ibrox, adopted also by their chums at the SFA.

 

Yesterday we wondered if Neil Doncaster was a bit morally flexible.

 

Well, did he seek UEFA advice on the now notorious 5 Way agreement, which included creating an owner of a club concept that allows continuation when a club dumps debt ?

 

Or did he just go with the flow ?

 

In short, that particular practice is a no no in European football rules.

 

in fact, i’m surprised no one in the media has asked him if he has put the game in jeopardy.

 

Or, maybe they all know he has, and thats the information that sponsors and advertisers have as well, which keeps them at arms length from the man.

 

Perhaps the Covid pandemic has saved Scottish football from an international body investigating it’s shennanigans…

 

And maybe thats why a compromised Lawwell is finally getting out of Dodge.

 

 

Of course, thats all speculation, but the reality is that Doncaster did jeopardise the games standing with his unique concept of club ownership that allowed for the dumping of debt, which directly contravenes Article 12 of UEFA rules….

 

 

The problem is, no one is asking him for an explanation…..

 

 

Then again, there are other, much more serious, stories to cover…

 

Harry and Meghan to be interviewed by Oprah Winfrey

 

Wonder if we’ll find out how James Hewitt feels about being a grandad again.

 

and so to yesterday’s caption competition…

 

 

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The winner is me…

 

Fuck ’em. I’ve got Lawwell by the balls , and if I say Rangers are the same club, then they are.  

 

And this one….

 

Pilsbury dough bhoy
 20 hours ago

Caption:
“And then I clap my hands together and one becomes fifty five. Now that’s what I call magic”

 

 

 

Today….

 

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That’s Byron, the poet, in Ravenna, Italy, back in 1821, by the way, for those barbarians among you who don’t immediately recognise him.

 

 

 

 

 

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Swab
2 months ago

And thats the first Rangers deid on the sofa.

Cesar
2 months ago

Byron looked out the window and thought, if only I’d done a painting & decorating course instead of poetry this room wouldn’t be a sh*thole.

BornCelt!
2 months ago
Reply to  Cesar

🙂 You are barbaric! HH!

BornCelt!
2 months ago

Caption – And here he sits in reciprocal pose planning eagerly ahead, pondering deliciously while adding to the extremities of his midfield while others look at the departing Edouard but leave dear Lenny in his delousional state of existence unaware of his ever decreasing role as bench warmer. HH!

Cortes
2 months ago
Reply to  BornCelt!

“Tell me what can we do? Oh Ravenna!”

Mike.
2 months ago

Well Neil was the author of the 5Way Agreement but my guess is that he had secret help in constructing it. Judas Iscariot only received 30 pieces off silver after his betrayal and he did try to return it. Speaking about the ‘Middle East’, I really hope that we stop looking in that market for new players, Bitton has been at Celtic for some 4years? but like many other players he has been played out of his natural position, resulting in the farce that has been our signing policy over the past 17 years. Remember when it was said that we should be looking for players like Johan and Henke in Scandinavia, because they were most used to our climate and settled here in Scotland quicker. Well, I think we should get back to that policy including down south and Ireland, for what is the point of bringing in players outside their natural environment. Of course there is always exceptions but overall that is my opinion, bigger more physical players fighting for the Celtic cause. The manager has had his time to prove himself, people can always find excuses for failure, but failure is what it was, his time has come to an end, time to move on for both him and the club. We need to do things differently to explore other venues and to become more professional in the business of football..

Puggy67
2 months ago
Reply to  Mike.

8 years and 149 appearances for Biton Mike, 19 appearances per year is 1 in 3 and that is poor.

2 months ago
Reply to  Mike.

Bitton has been at Celtic for 8 years!

He’s done well at times but never really consistent in the long run and there’s also the perception of a squad player preventing young players getting a chance.

I wouldn’t be proscriptive about players from a specific area, as they’re all individuals, some will adapt and be better than others, as will be the case with all regions eg Scandinavia.

The problem is we exclusively use a small number of agents, who will simply shovel their clients our way.

We should be deciding who we sign not agents!

Mike.
2 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

8 years, did he really join Celtic around my 40th. birthday 😉

He has been a versatile player, brought in originally as a midfielder, I was thinking more about El Hamed more than he. We like the thought of giving younger players a chance, but that all comes at a cost, my question would be, is the cost worth all the money?
Why can we not just go out and buy experienced players, for specific positions, as and when needed? I believe that is what we should be doing, constructing a first team squad with substitute covering for all positions. Take the central defensive positions, we always seem to be sticking plaster over the seasons, without any real planning or professionalism.
I agree entirely with your overall post concerning agents, that Celtic should be the drivers.

Mike.
2 months ago
Reply to  Mike.

Covid alert ^, Facemasks on, hands washed, run like f ck. 😉

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

Name one time Bitton got Man Of The Match …

For his 8 years worth of wages …

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Why does he have to get a nan f the match like? Baldrick.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Ye like Fife, dae ye?

alzyerpal
2 months ago

“Dearest Lord Byron

I have wrote a new poyum. It goes…

Sneakin’ in the back door
With dirty magazines
And your mother wants to know
‘What’s they stains on your jeans?’

You’re an orgasm addict
You’re an orgasm addict

What do you think?

Regards

Shelley”

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  alzyerpal

Ah hah!

Tim Buffy
2 months ago

How the f*ck am I going to get that body out of the bed without anyone noticing?

pilsbury dough bhoy
2 months ago

Caption:
“Sevco’s Covid quarantine facility”

Whitearra
2 months ago

Caption : ‘…98, 99, 100. Ok, here I’m coming to find you…’

Uibh fhaili
2 months ago

Your the barbarian Ralph that is the new Byron the original is still in the bed

Puggy67
2 months ago

That’s The Artist’s Bedroom in Ritterstrasse a self-portrait by Adolph von Menzel from 1847, 24 years after Byron died and the year he was going for 56.

Puggy67
2 months ago

Caption: Is that you Byron?
No it isny.
Who did yer walls?
It wisny Disney…
What are ye reading at yer pew?
It’s certainly no the Celtic View.
Or is it that the lad they call Adolph
He’s no a patch on leery Rolph
The blurry bits got me in a tizz
And I canny see yet, whit it is.
Did ye paint this while your were half pissed
An’ call yersel and impressionist?
Now just before I have to dash
Whit’s roon yer neck?
It’s no a sash….?
A sash and Adolph’s a bad combination
And likely to cause some consternation
Amongst eagled eyed viewers who take a look
And ask whit’s yon Hun doin’ wae a book?

Yoker Bhoy
2 months ago

Once again McInness is under pressure as his Aberdeen team continue their abysmal run of form making us (despite our own serious problems) clear favourites for today’s game. With only one win in their last nine outings (including a 4-1 roasting by Ross County) they look in even worse shape than they did a year ago. Having recently sold Cosgrove to Birmingham City, their loanee replacements – Hornby, Hendry and Kamberi (Ex Hibs and huns) – have only played a handful of games between them in the last few months. Added to that, they have 3 decent players – defenders Leigh and Devlin plus midfielder Hedges – out for the rest of the season through injury. Only Killie appear to be in worse form at the moment.
It’s very uncomfortable to see Lennon sit so comfortably in his managerial chair genuinely believing that he’ll be part of the new CEO’s plans for next season and spouting even more pash excuses for this abomination of a season. Only individual brilliance from a small number of players is keeping my interest in the games going as the inept manager continues to baffle us with his team formations and poor substitutions. But at least results have improved so we just have to get on with it in the meantime. I wouldn’t mind seeing Calmac rested and both Soro and Broonie starting in order to provide a bit of muscle in midfield. I also hope that this time we have two strikers starting with either Ajeti or Griff slotting in to give Eddy support. Not that it matters that muich but we should be able to manage a comfortable win against a very weak team, even with Duffy defending (Remember his performance in that 3-3 draw at Pittodrie last year? – probably his worst among a plethora of absolute shockers this season). I’ll go for another 4-0. COYBIG

2 months ago
Reply to  Yoker Bhoy

Yoker the subs he used at Aberdeen 3_2 ,up were worse than Duffy display

Yoker Bhoy
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

Very true Jimmy and that game was right after our debacle at home to the huns as well. Together with the European disaster those were pretty desperate times as it became more and more inevitable week by week that our season was phucked.

portpower
2 months ago

Caption:
Double jeopardy.

Monti
2 months ago

Caption: When i boosted the picture up & seen the length of that nose…..Mike?

SteveNaive
2 months ago

Byron to Shelly ‘ I’ve got…’ Sitting on a park bench, years away from fighting, to cut a long story short I lost my mind’
Shelly to Byron…’That’s Bysshe, I’ve got…’You spurn my natural emotions, you make me feel like dirt and I’m hurt’

Monti
2 months ago

Caption: Paul John Dykes, of ACSOM reads through a list of Monti’s posts before rejecting his appeal to his seemingly permanent suspension.

TicToc
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti, I fear you are suffering from ACSOM, (A Curious State Of Mind).
Get yersel back tae basics: Fukkem!

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  TicToc

TicToc,
Just a bit disappointed m8, don’t think i needed to be banned & still appear to be banned.
Poor stuff from mr Dykes.

TicToc
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti, (my) accepting the ‘risk’ of being pronounced repetitive, I say Fukkem, and Fukkem again, ad infinitum.
Your character (which you lost years ago on here, HaHaHa) is FAR more important than a ‘touchy’ website. FUKKEM! And don’t EVER let an idiot into your head, nor grind you down.
I checked around 8 PM (having checked the HT score) that after scoring within 15 minutes against one of the worst teams in the SPFL just now we would go on to hammer them.
Fukk this, a summary: Monti, drop it (ACSOM) Pal.
Lawwell GTF NOW, and I’ll take NFL, JK and any other charlatans on a private ‘tour’ of the Kingston Bridge…..OOPS!
My heart’s gone about Celtic FC, with PTL and DFD drawing/stealing £millions from OUR CLUB and forcing us to the backae the bus.
Of course ther’s ALWAYS a solution.
But as long as chicken-hearted, prawn eating fukks outnumber genuine, life-long Tims, we may have a fight on our hands, but it WONT LAST LONG and we’ll be in control of Celtic FC’s destiny. BRING IT ON. I’m ready and prepared.

TicToc
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti I replied but;

#”Awaiting for approval”
It makes nae fukkin sense,
My school it wiz ‘approvalled’,
An that’s ma main defence,
An’ tae you an’ tae you,
An’ tae you ya ‘billy’ twat,
Ye’s all believe in lying,
And that it is just that!

Sometimes on here I wonder,
If huns some would approve,
Tae ‘help them huns’ tae WAN
for a title…….
Sorry, too pissed to contoinue

Monti, Big Jock spoke of “paying fans” (as Mike recently stated) and the rest we well know. eTims apart, I know of no other site which isn’t heavily dependant on ‘traffic’.
So, don’t give them (ACSOM) ‘clicks’……fukkem off……#”and they’ll come running back, they’ll come running back, they’ll come running back to you-oo-oo’#
TCBMh.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  TicToc

Yer a Jakey, TT.

Gie it up.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Aww, ye got suspended, did ye, Monti?

Or are they jist keeping ye in suspenders, as befitting your position?

😀

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Cos you’re once
Twice
Three times a lady

And I pity you

R.St.Parsley
2 months ago

Caption:
‘Here I sit broken-hearted’
‘Ate my bran only farted’
‘This poetry lark’s a piece of piss!’

Owen Mullions
2 months ago
Reply to  R.St.Parsley

Caption: RStP composes his latest ditty for etims.

JimboH
2 months ago
Reply to  Owen Mullions

Owen….
The original ditty ran as
Here I lie broken hearted.
Paid my penny and only farted

Cole
2 months ago
Reply to  JimboH

Here I SIT broken hearted.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  JimboH

Are you sure, JimBob?

Are you sure it’s no

Went tae bed
Reading Ovid
Woke up the morn
And Ah hud Covid?

R.St.Parsley
2 months ago
Reply to  Owen Mullions

No pennies in medieval Italy though Jimboh – I’m not a Philistine!!!

Mike.
2 months ago

You call him Byron, Bye, Bye, Bye Ron. I call him Montgomery of El Alamain.

So, he’ll go no more a drinking,
out every single feckin night,
but after a curry, he is stinking,
and his breath does smell, like sh!te.

Though the night was made for luvvy duvving,
there he lies both still and pished,
for down his neck, he’s been a shoving,
and drunk all that he hath wished.

henkesdreadlocks
2 months ago

Caption……..

Here I sit and write some shit
In this dank dingy midden
Though quite content no one will know
Just where the body’s hidden

Dziekanowski's nightclub child
2 months ago

Caption: Ah Brexit… no more Irish Avatar!

Puggy
2 months ago

The ball lands on 31, the squad number of Scheidt. Oh dear.

2 months ago

So two didn’t become 1 they became 5. Guess what all players not required.
Geez you would think someone was making all this up.
Yet the snp goverment after one of our players broke the rules stated dont expect Celtic to be playing anytime soon.
Makes you wonder

2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

What, you don’t recognise the world class talent that is Bongani Zungu, Nathan Patterson, Calvin Bassey, Dapo Mebude and Brian Kinnear?

2 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

🙂

2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

Did we expect anything different?

I try not to get too wound up, as there’s nothing I and fellow fans can do about this.

The MSM have downplayed it and see nothing wrong with yet another internal inquiry throwing up some trivial patsies.

Celtic, SPFL and SFA will do nothing, well, other than issuing ‘draconian’ bans to players the Huns aren’t playing anyway.

Oh and the FM’s talk of “Fed up talking about football” blah, blah, blah, without mentioning club concerned. Compare and contrast the utter condemnation and naming and shaming of Aberdeen and Celtic.

Well, maybe, I’m getting a wee bit wound up. 🙂

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  The Cha

The only club in the world to have no penalties against and no Covid cases …

Any Tims still supporting the Scottish Nazionalist Party need a serious rethink about what Herr Sturgeon is up to.

And not just the lies about the Covid shite either.

Puggy
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Ah saw her stealing your washin’ pants an aw wee minger.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

At last Gringo makes a point i agree with!

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

How is Gringo, Monti?

Having fun still living in your head, is he?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Did he ever tell the readers your secret?

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

He didn’t but we still wait in hope.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

I’m sure he’ll get round to it one day soon enough.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

When you’re least expecting it.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago

Ha ha ha, you lead an article about how much the media lie to us then you fall all over yourself telling us how much you trust the media lie about Covid …

Cos see if it wasn’t for the media nobody would know anything about this shite.

And I used to think you were one of the few who ‘got’ irony tae …

Nae luck, boss.

Mibbe The Big Man will gie ye another go around to see how ye cope the next time …

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

And that’s no Byron, mate, that’s a shite painting claiming Byron’s in it.

Much like yer ‘plague’ itself …

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

I think you are a plague ya bell end!

highseastim
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

You’ll never get me voting for a unionist party, so that’s the tories, libdems, labour and ukip oot the eindae already!!

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  highseastim

Dont vote, ye’ll only encourage them, they’re aw fascists anyway.

Paranoid celt
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Its an amazing thing to witness. The behavioural scientists and the 77th brigade have done some job.
Covid hysteria derangement syndrome. Causes people to lose all critical thinking.
Only believing government and main stream sources and despite knowing how corrupt they are.
Shouting down any dissenting voices without listening to what the many independent experts say. Independent scientists are not to be trusted only the ones paid by governments and big pharma.
It causes anti fascists to cheer on fascism.
Socialist types to support measures that make billionaires obscene amounts of money while the poor get poorer.
The charitable types who don’t seem to care about measures that plunge millions of people into extreme food poverty.
So called rebels who insist on the government controlling every small aspect of peoples lives
Paragons of virtue who can sit and judge people, accusing them of being selfish and murdering granny’s and not giving a thought to the damage all this is doing to children. The group that most need adults to look after them. God love them grown men and women treating them like their diseased and making them wear masks.

highseastim
2 months ago
Reply to  Paranoid celt

Try telling that too the 118000 families who have lost a loved one in the UK.

Paranoid celt
2 months ago
Reply to  highseastim

What about the families who are insisting that their loved one didn’t die of covid despite that being put on the death certificate.
What about the families of people who die as a result of governments response to covid.
600,000 people died in the UK 2020.
The 118000 people who died are people who died from any cause within 28 days of a positive PCR result. The PCR tests have been misused, listen to kary mullis the inventor.
Every death is a tragedy for families, why do people only care about covid, is it because the TV tells them that.
Go through every country in the world and they all did different things at different times all with differing results. No evidence that lockdown has much effect but plenty of evidence of the damage to society.
Also no proper evidence that mask wearing in the general population has any effect. I think its disgusting to make children wear them. Also young people in poorly paid jobs wearing them day in day out against their wishes.
Its OK for the middle classes working from home or on furlough.
I do not believe that the government should have the power to control every aspect of peoples lives.
The great Barrington declaration made sense to me.
Every expert or doctor that speaks up is either ignored, censored or attacked.
The government are liars, the mainstream media are all getting paid to peddle government propaganda.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Paranoid celt

Aye ok Mr Icke.

Paranoid celt
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Thanks

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You dumb fat clown, people engage their critical thinking by examining the facts and you call them David Icke …

That tells us all we need to know about your mental inability, thanks.

Your service won’t be needed here again.

BroxburnBhoy
2 months ago
Reply to  Paranoid celt

Jeez – give it a rest. People are dying be used of this virus and you are taking nonsense have some decorum.

Paranoid celt
2 months ago
Reply to  BroxburnBhoy

I wish I didn’t believe what I do. Life would be much easier.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Paranoid celt

It’s not about belief when you know the facts, PC, and you clearly know the facts.

It’s these mugs here that don’t know the facts who are plagued with false belief, belief in the government and belief in the media.

Even though the article lead is about why we shouldn’t trust the media

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

We couldn’t make this level of ridiculousness up yet here they all are doing it and not even seeing the irony of their stupidity. 

These are guys who when asked pre Covid if they trusted their government they’d have responded ‘No way!’

But now, now that the brainwashing has them in their grip ..?

Well, let’s see …

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Ralph, Fat Boy, all you other Covid believers …

Do you trust yer government?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Do you trust Tories to be honest with you and think the Scottish Nazionalists can be relied upon for truth even though some of their biggest hitters were caught in a plot to imprison Alec Salmond on false charges for the rest of this life and perjured themselves in court to achieve that aim?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Also, do you trust yer media even though they have lied to you about a deid fitba club every waking day since 2012?

If the answer is Yes to either of these questions, that you DO trust the government and/or media, what was the binding principle that created that trust?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

A few dislikes but no replies …

Lost for words, are you?

BroxburnBhoy
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

No one is responding because there is no point talking to a cult believer like you. Best get back in your spaceship and try another planet where people are gullible enough to listen to the white you spout. People are dying of a real virus and you and your ill are talking shite

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

McGraw,
Are you small downstairs?

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Gringo,
There is no way i’d wear make up!

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

But you trust them on Covid!

So you DO trust the BritIsh government, and quite a fvckin big bit at that, ya halfwit.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

well, you’re a fvxkinmidiot then cos the Brit Gov gets its shite off the WHO.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

I think it’s a fact that you are thick!

BroxburnBhoy
2 months ago
Reply to  Paranoid celt

And based in reality

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  BroxburnBhoy

Where’s he taking the nonsense to, Broxie Bear?

And is that home decorum you’re talking about or away?

BroxburnBhoy
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

That’s side splitter – by the way who shot JR? Must be a theory about that

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  BroxburnBhoy

30,000 doctors tell us that Covid is a hoax and all you dafties can come up with is that I’m a ‘conspiracy theorist’ …

Are the 30,000 docs ‘conspiracy theorists’ too then, Red?

Or are you just a wee halfwit like all yer pals here?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

For the first time, there is an eyewitness report from a Berlin nursing home on the situation after the vac cin ation .
It comes from the AGAPLESION Bethanien Havelgarten retirement home in Berlin-Spandau.
There, within four weeks after the first vac cin ation with the BioNTech/Pfizer vac cine Comirnaty, eight of 31 seniors, who suffered from dementia but were in good physical condition according to their age before the vac cin ation, died.
The first death occurred after only six days, and five other seniors died approximately 14 days after vac cin ation.
The first symptoms of the disease had already appeared shortly after the vac cin ation.
From information available to 2020News the patients have not been duly informed about the risks of this vac cine.
One reason being that no detailed information about the novelty of this m R N A vac cine which has only conditionally been certified in the European Union have been provided.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

From James Fetzer 2020 News, February 16th 2021.

Now go look and see for yourselves.

Or let them jab you into submission.

Though it looks by your stupidity that you’ve already shown your submission.

Paranoid celt
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Now don’t you know that if you’re old and in bad health and you die within 28 days of a positive PCR test. The test that the inventor kary mullis said shouldn’t be used to diagnose disease you definitely died of covid.
However if you die a few hours after a vaccine its definitely because your old and in ill-health
Speaking of conspiracies I’m still concerned that saddam hussein has WMDs that can be assembled and launched within 45 minutes.
Collusion in the North of Ireland was another conspiracy theory The gulf of tonkin. There is no such thing as the bilderberg group. Davos is all these nice billionaires trying to improve the lives of the working man.
Speaking of Tony Blair I see he’s a big fan of the vaccine passports so they must be a good idea. Its for our own good,we’re so lucky to have so many rich people who care so much about us.

henkesdreadlocks
2 months ago

What the fvck!! Is Strachan auditioning for the Werewolf of Parkhead?

henkesdreadlocks
2 months ago

…… doesn’t stop there either. Tosh McKinlay…… The Bunnet Mk II…….

henkesdreadlocks
2 months ago

Lovely finish from Turnbull, but aren’t the sheep really baaaaaahhhhd.

2 months ago

Once again the subs used are just baffling looked a shite dons team look good.

henkesdreadlocks
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmybee

Hanging on against that crowd. Dire and clueless Mr Lemon. Do us all a favour and just wrap it.

highseastim
2 months ago

Woeful, woeful stuff, most attacks pestering out due to trying to beat one too many when a simple pass was on. Worse than Perth, couldn’t even muster a corner in the second half.

Yoker Bhoy
2 months ago

Some good stuff in the first twenty odd minutes and just as well we managed to get that excellent goal but the rest of the game was dire to watch for the most part. Defence looked a bit more solid but, generally speaking, a pretty poor footballing spectacle.

Bognorbhoy
2 months ago

Caption…
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Some poems rhyme
And this one does too…

Monti
2 months ago

Well done tonight Celtic, the team is trying to find form at long last.

WE ARE ALL NEIL LENNON……..Cough.

Monti
2 months ago

Watching ‘Salvage Hunters ‘ and can’t believe some people buy this shiite.
I’d have some of those chairs broken up & put on the fire 🙂

Puggy67
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

I mind the lad got cheesed off and started shouting ‘old totties’ – which is what macaroon is – got a laugh.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Nobody gives a fvck

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Yes they do!

Monti
2 months ago

Was a bit flat the performance tonight from the Bhoys but we got over the line.
My biggest gripe was being wasteful in possession.

henkesdreadlocks
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Football to slit your wrists by.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago

Or in your case, possession of a waistfull.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Bgbhoy,
I’m old enough to remember chewing gum & macaroon bars was the choice?
Fkn macaroon bars?

Doesn’t mix well after 7 pints lol

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You were drinking 7 pints when you were 5?

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Nope i was playing with Tonka trucks & sand pits at 5.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You still are by the sounds of it.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Jimmy,
” anytime anywhere friendo “

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Ah, you’re a taxi driver again.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Ye’ll no be so fvckin bold when it happens, fat arse.

Monti
2 months ago

Anybody had a Kilmarnock pie?
I had two hot ones covered in baked beans for my tea, dichted up wi a slice of breed like ken.

Braw min like.

Ken.

henkesdreadlocks
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

I used to have my office opposite their factory. Put it this way, there was never any cats or dogs within a good few square miles of that place.

Bgbhoy
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Do you remember the Celtic crisps and chocolates you used to get off the lads with the boxes round their necks behind the goals? Don’t know why your post brought that Into my head

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Nobody gives a fvck what you eat, clown.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Aye ok Gringo, you still hiding in the Hoops bar aye?

Tourtenay
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Hi Ralph,
Hope your well, long time no speak.

You will have to stop putting romantic poets on the caption, it appears to be bringing out the literary genius of the etims faithful !

I am holed up in my namesake but enjoying life, even though one of the loves of my life (CELTIC) appear to have fallen from grace, at times I find it heartbreaking.

JM,
If I had read what you have written here a number of months ago regarding the covid 19 fiasco, I would have thought you had taken leave of your senses, but having delved into the other side of the argument which has largely gone unreported in the mainstream, I am of the opinion that you are on the money.

The closing down of an alternative viewpoint with no debate or argument should in itself cause us to question the legitimacy of the mainstream viewpoint.

It is beginning to happen now but it has taken far too long for that to occur in a so called free society as our civil rights and liberties are being eroded and unless we are in possession of all the facts we will not be able to make a proper decision as to what is best for us as individuals!!

There are law suits that have taken place in Holland and Portugal that calls into question the legality and efficacy of the PCR test.

According to the creator of this test, Dr Kary Mullis, it was not designed for the purpose that it is being used for now.

There are also major lawsuits going through the courts in Canada, USA and Germany which calls into question the restrictions on our civil liberties that lockdown produce and also the efficacy of the vaccine itself.

These are difficult times that we live in and the mainstream is controlled by the people who own it, but there is an alternative view out there, an alternative view of scientists and experts in the medical field who provide us with information and advice, in some cases more important than the mainstream.

We must continue to use our discernment and not glibly accept all that the mainstream feed us.

Anyway, in CELTIC we trust ( I think)
HH

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Your wife doesn’t mind what i eat 🙂

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Se ye soon enough.

portpower
2 months ago

Celtic`s new defensive strategy. Taylor on Taylor.
Alright, who else laughed?

highseastim
2 months ago
Reply to  portpower

He’s doing fine, get Laxalt back to Milan now, waste of a good wage.

2 months ago
Reply to  highseastim

I don’t think its a general point about Greg Taylor’s overall ability but rather the mismatch of him marking Ash Taylor, which is probably not the former’s choice.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  highseastim

You should know all about that, HST …

2 months ago

The third covid breach by the rangers, still silence, shocked no.

charlie
2 months ago

jeest got ma covid vaccine jab today if am deid next week al let yees know //////////////////////ur maybe a wulnae ha ha ha ha aint trustin yer doctor grand

Monti
2 months ago

Jimmy Mcgraw 🙂

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Ye like me noo, Monti?

Enoigh to mention me even when Ah’m no around ..?

There’s a name for guys like that, finook.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Did you tell the capos ye’re a finook, did ye?

I bet ye didnae.

But they know already.

They’ve known for a long time without you admitting it here.

2 months ago

The huns 2 seasons in Europe is a complete and utter embarrassment to our club.
We have been pummeled out of Europe by teams that the huns woud have destroyed shame on everyone at the top level of our club.

Puggy
2 months ago

Comment got pulled by The Guardian for suggesting that the same club myth was a lie. Got a few digs in first tho.

R.St.Parsley
2 months ago

Caption:
“Who pit up that bookcase? If it collapses oan yer heid, ye’ll only have yer shelf tae blame!”

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago

‘A single lie discovered is enough to create doubt in every truth expressed’ …

That was the leader in the previous article.

Shame the writer of that article can’t follow through such a thought to its logical conclusion.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago

As the psychologist Erich Fromm said, “A specter is stalking in our midst whom only a few see with clarity. It is not the old ghost of communism or fascism

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

It is a new specter, a completely mechanized society, devoted to maximal material output and consumption, directed by computers; and in this social process, man himself is being transformed into a part of the total machine, well fed and entertained, yet passive unalive, and with little feeling.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

With the victory of the new society, individualism and privacy will have disappeared; feelings toward others will be engineered by psychological conditioning and other devices.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

W.H. Bowart, Operation Mind Control

And the jab will be the method of submission. 

Why else do you think they have a computer designer/conman in charge of the v a x instead of a qualified medical doctor?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

‘Maximal material output’ …

Aka Total Control.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

The contents of the jab will be linked to AI and human ‘free will’ and self responsibility will be a thing of the past, nor even a ‘distant memory’ but erased completely.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

This will be the future your stupid compliance will leave for your children & grandchildren.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

And you can’t say I didn’t want you,

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Same as I warned you about the Tory Masonic parasites within the walls of our club all those years ago, when all you chumps could think about was ‘The 10’ …

I’ve been proven right about that and I’ll be proven right about this.

While you lot sail along in yer ignorance without a clue of what’s about to happen to you.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

*Warn you.

For warn you I did, just like I’m doing now.

Frank McGaaaarvey
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Why you keep talking to yourself man?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago

I’m talking to you, clown.

Frank McGaaaarvey
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Ah’m no listening though soapbox chaser.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago

Aye, ye are or you wouldn’t be replying, ya daft cvnt.

Frank McGaaaarvey
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Now now no need to be nasty. I’m not one of THEM coming for you to fill you full of drugs in order to control you like Matthew Corbett controlled Sooty.

Be nice nasty man.

Frank McGaaaarvey
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

There’s a difference between seeing the name at the top of a post and reading the inane, gibberish, far-too-much-time-on-my-hands, YouTube is the font of all knowledge ramblings of someone who isn’t keeping up with their recommended intake of meds, oh wise one.

Paranoid celt
2 months ago

He is talking to me. I’m a celtic fan.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Been watching too much cbeebies son

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Hahahahahaha AHAHAHAHA

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Ask your kids how they feel about their dumb fat Da leaving them to this kind of future.

Go on, fatso.

Ask them.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Even better, read the book and see if you’re still laughing after the first two chapters.

Think you can manage it, halfwit?

Or are two chapters of a book too much for you?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago

‘Every elderly person who is taken into long term care in either an old-people’s home or a hospital is injected with this transmitter.
It then transmits a radio wave which penetrates their brains, inducing amnesia, weakening their immune system and in general increasing their vulnerability to disease.
The inhumanity of connecting elderly defenceless people i to computers has been going on for at least ten years, the details being published, i the illustration above, in a book entitled “Den Maktfullkomliga Olormagan” (The Despotic In- competence) by Jan Freese.
He was director-general of Data Inspection for thirteen years and has a thorough knowledge of this covert development‘

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

After the injection of the transmitter, researchers take over and use these elderly people in experiments which last the rest of their lives.
The interaction between human brains and computers is fundamental to the development of the “information society” and is also the most significant of all state secrets.
It is, moreover, quite plainly a serious breach of human rights, for such systematic exploitation shows a complete disregard for a person’s right to privacy as innocent people are forced to serve as biological material for an excessive and unrestricted research programme.
The advance towards the technocratic society, governed by new social norms that breed inhumanity, goes hand in glove with state hegemony.

As a natural consequence, covert surveillance systems able to control the neurological activity of the brain have been developed in secret and beyond public awareness’

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

From W.H. Bowart’s 90s book, Operation Mind Control

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

It’s free online as a pdf and I recommend you read it.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

You’ll like this bit …

’A Robot Institute of America was in existence in the 1970’s.
Now, in the ’90’s micromachines are approaching the size of viruses.
Soon entire microscopic factories will be turning out other, even smaller micro-mini-tech factories on
scale of atoms.
While definitely a boon to the computer industry, this technology will also be injectable into the human body, for better or worse.‘

I wonder how they would manage to achieve such a mass scale injection, eh ..?

Perhaps by weaponising a virus and terrorising the stupider parts of humanity into submission, maybe ..?

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

You’ll be sorted then

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

But I won’t be taking the jag and you will.

So guess who’s the stupido?

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

My computer must be a commodore 64…..two hours later it’s still saying ‘loading’ 🙂

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Three times a (fat) lady?

TicToc
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Jesus H Christ I got it all wrong…….
“Every elderly person who is taken into long term care in either an old-people’s home or a hospital is injected with this transmitter.”
I thought the transmitter was going to be for location purposes……e.g. Newsnight: “An octogenarian jumped from the 7th floor of Liverpool General Hospital, legged it, smashed the front window of Debenham’s in the town centre and hastily got properly dressed before dashing through to Aintree in time to embarrass Red Rum by out-jumping him at the chair and going on to win be seven lengths of his inordinately long cock. He was soon recovered from Aintree due to the excellent transmitter and returned to his prison cell, I mean ward, at LGH” Bejasus now, I’m not sure which sequence of events to believe! 🙂

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  TicToc

🙂

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  TicToc

That’s quite funny, TicToc.

For a jakey.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Dear oh dear….it’s metal mickey mcgraw on the blaw…..

Beedey beedey beedey 🙂

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago

All the logical persuasion, discussion and argument possible has a small chance of changing a person’s core beliefs.
But it is easy to get a person to change by an applied covert use of language spoken to the unconscious.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

That’s why the Convid programming works only on the fools who own & watch televisions …

The message is subliminal and therefore unseen.

Except when you tell them there is no Covid …

Then stand back and watch them blow their top.

As we can see here.

The programming works and it’s worked on you lot, one or two of the more observant of you aside.

But it’s worked a treat on Monti, on WeeRedcoat, on Ralph, on Broxie Bear.

Programming works.

Thats why it’s called programming.

And not one of you are even aware of it.

Paranoid celt
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Remember when it was 3 weeks to flatten the curve so we didn’t over run the NHS. Do people really still believe that the politicians thought that, or was that just the 77th brigade and the behavioural scientists way to boil the frog.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Paranoid celt

And it’s the 321st day of ‘ flattening the curve’ …

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Weered,
Best to ignore these two fkwits

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Aye, you’re doing a great job ignoring is when all you’ve done is post shite about us, lardarse.

You’re as hypocritical as Wee Redcoat and his ‘I don’t trust the Brit government one bit but I DO trust them on Covid’ stupidity.

You’ll learn soon enough, fat boy.

You’ll learn once they get that jag intae ye.

And then it will be too late.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Hahahahahaha AHAHAHAHA

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

How did yer ‘sit down’ go, hitman?

All the capos huv a good laugh at ye again?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Will I?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

No, Redcoat.

YOU are.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Because I’ve covered a lot of ground in this life, wee man, but I’ve never seen anyone but you try to impress a gang of imbeciles by claiming they were b0mb makers for the ‘RA back in the day.

Thats as imbecilic as yer fat mate claiming he’s, er, ‘in the Mafia’ then stupidly trying to ‘threaten’ me to walk away …

How is the oul’ b0mb making going, btw?

Still keeping yer hand in?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Who’s your enemy now, Red?

Paranoid celt
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

People really don’t care about children. Even though the covid doesn’t effect them, they’re happy to mask them, deny them education, stop them playing with friends team sports too dangerous, but not for the children. All without any evidence. What a bunch of spineless. More fool me for thinking celtic fans were different

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Paranoid celt

Monti’s too thick to even care about his own two daughters never mind anyone else’s kids.

Paranoid celt
2 months ago

Yes we know covid doesn’t effect children.
Close parks
Close schools
Close team sports
Put masks on them.
I’m afraid they might give me a disease. I’m a good person.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Paranoid celt

It’s a fvckin disgrace upon humanity, PC, and these dumb fvcks are as gullible as any Sevvie, as they’re happy to prove to us every day.

Good for you for having your wits about you and knowing what’s what, man.

Gey few indeed.

portpower
2 months ago

I had a bowl of MK Ultra last night and I swear I got a visit from they wee aliens from outer space.
Long story short. They tried to probe me so I effin legged it while screaming,
“I will let you kiss my cousin.” True story.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  portpower

So did you kiss yer cousin, Port?

Ye know that’s classed as in-cest in some societies ..?

portpower
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Can you spot the pronoun?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  portpower

Non.

Monti
2 months ago

I’d like to apologise to anyone reading this who has lost someone, a family member due to Covid 19.
The comments of this clown McGraw & his assistant Paranoid Celt are disgusting beyond belief.

I’ll apologise for them & the harmful things they are spouting because they won’t do it themselves.
Just a couple of fvnnies on the road.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Just read the first two chapters of the book Operation Mind Control, fat boy.

If you dare.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Mwahahahaha peculiar? Peculiar mwahahahahaha

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You’re pathetic, Monti.

Beyond pathetic.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You won’t apologise for me, you fat mamaluke clown.

You apologise for yourself and your brainwashed dumbed down stupidity to your family once the time comes.

Monti
2 months ago

Interesting that Mcgraw is talking about injections……i’m sure your da doesn’t regret withdrawing ……cough.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Try again, dumbo.

You got that the wrong way round.

Just like yer missus.

Monti
2 months ago

Portpower,
Nothing wrong with being probed these days apparently……cough.

portpower
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti, apparently I dodged a laser beam. Did you know that the female aliens have 5 phalanges on each digit? Eye-watering!

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You’ll know all about that, eh?

Monti
2 months ago

McGraw will be at his breakfast table, egg in a cup with soldiers & a copy of UFO sightings.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

What does Covid & UFOs have in common, fat arse?

Neither of them are real.

Monti
2 months ago

Portpower, never mid the MK Ultra, have you tried the Hanger 15 rice crispies with saucer like shaped wheat bits?

portpower
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

Gday Monti, I dont do healthy shite. God bless the munchies.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  portpower

Portpower,
You should give it a go m8…..i keep myself fit & trim……cough

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You alright there, Monti?

You seem to be losing yer mind.

If ye had one to begin with.

Monti
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

I’m nowhere near fine like most folk just now.

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Monti

You never were fine, fatso.

You never will be either.

Brainless, see?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

Do ye ever think that maybe the only reason you got a job in a dildo factory was because you look like a human dildo?

Has that thought never crossed yer mind?

Jimmy McGraw
2 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy McGraw

A stubby one, admittedly, but a dildo nonetheless.

Monti
2 months ago

The X Files, starring McGraw & Paranoid Celt, coming to a cinema near you, from Monday.

Special guest stars, Will Smith, i robot & metal mickey….

Beedee bedee bedeee 🙂

You mad about ETims or just plain mad? Why not buy the t-shirt at http://etims.spreadshirt.co.uk/