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61  Community Forums / Betting Tips and Sport Discussion / Re: Tips for Tikay on: May 31, 2015, 02:15:25 PM
No view on the game not followed the team news e.t.c

All i will say is Rangers were a massive gamble the first leg as well



I was in a bookies at Glasgow Central  on Thursday and In the hour and a half I was in there I saw lots of casuals come in and they were doing Rangers ht/ft, Rangers -1 and -2.  So I can understand that. 

There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that if Rangers don't turn it around today then they could easily be looking at another Administration/Liquidation debacle.   It's obviously difficult to get a true picture of what is going on as the current board don't seem to be sharing too much in the public domain.   We can only summise from the titbits we get through the blogosphere.
62  Community Forums / Betting Tips and Sport Discussion / Re: Tips for Tikay on: May 31, 2015, 01:11:55 PM
Struggling to see how Rangers are favourites away to Motherwell.  Apart from the fact they need to win by 2.   

The price that sticks out for me is the draw.   Motherwell can close up shop early, in the first game from what I managed to see Rangers were somewhat limp in front of goal.   

13/5 the Draw with Betty seems reasonable or for others who can the same is available with Skaiiiiiii Bet and We Hear You Powaar!

Incredible gamble on Rangers this morning.  I thought they were a bad price at 7/4!  Close to 11/8 now. 

I could play the paranoia card, but I won't :-)
63  Community Forums / Betting Tips and Sport Discussion / Re: Tips for Tikay on: May 31, 2015, 12:39:40 PM
Struggling to see how Rangers are favourites away to Motherwell.  Apart from the fact they need to win by 2.   

The price that sticks out for me is the draw.   Motherwell can close up shop early, in the first game from what I managed to see Rangers were somewhat limp in front of goal.   

13/5 the Draw with Betty seems reasonable or for others who can the same is available with Skaiiiiiii Bet and We Hear You Powaar!
64  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: Blonde will make thin ....Here we go again ! on: May 27, 2015, 02:01:00 PM
Unable to weigh in today, circumstances beyond my control in all honesty I think I'd have done well to achieve a neutral fortnight.   I had 1 training session, very little walking as in agony with rhe back probs last week and 2 nights out. Had a session with a chiropractor on Friday and it done wonders, back felt great  but she advised to rest over weekend and get back into it this week  so will hit the pool tomorrow and hopefully  get weighed as well.  Back on the horse and ready to go. 

1.2 kilo loss this week, actually happy this week.
65  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: Blonde will make thin ....Here we go again ! on: May 27, 2015, 12:01:57 AM
Unable to weigh in today, circumstances beyond my control in all honesty I think I'd have done well to achieve a neutral fortnight.   I had 1 training session, very little walking as in agony with rhe back probs last week and 2 nights out. Had a session with a chiropractor on Friday and it done wonders, back felt great  but she advised to rest over weekend and get back into it this week  so will hit the pool tomorrow and hopefully  get weighed as well.  Back on the horse and ready to go. 
66  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: UK General Election 2015 on: May 26, 2015, 11:51:00 PM
A typically fascinating analysis from the IWCA (imo) regarding 2015 general election.

http://www.iwca.info/?p=10247
67  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: On this day........ on: May 25, 2015, 02:54:50 PM


We Won the Big Cup and brought it back, t'was the first time it had been on British Shores! 
68  Community Forums / Betting Tips and Sport Discussion / Re: Eurovision 2015 on: May 23, 2015, 09:41:19 PM
Can see why this is Fav. 

Israel weren't too bad.  Can't win though.  If they did next year would be a blast. 
69  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: You are the Secretary of State for Health on: May 23, 2015, 08:49:56 PM
I with Adam on this one, I would cut through the management etc and give power back to the frontline staff. 

I'd invest more in alternative medicine rather than people becoming dependent chemicals for illnesses that don't require it. 

The methodone programme would be scrapped, its just a moneymaker for Doctors and Chemists.   Alongside this I'd operate a 3 strike and your out rule against substance abusers. 
70  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: You are the Secretary of State for Education on: May 23, 2015, 01:14:10 AM
I don't think I could do just one thing.  There are so many things that need changed to bring education forward.  

1) I'd delay the starting age until 7, in turn make the minimum leaving age 19 (unless you were going to do some vocational learning/guaranteed a job)
2) The number of holidays would be cut, kids would learn more and would be kept away from mischief (hopefully)
3) Rotating staff every few years, I think similar to Hutch's point but when I was growing up and at school the fact my teachers tought my parents, aunts and uncles already had you marked depending on who or what they knew,  I also think after a time teachers stagnate and no longer have the drive to teach those who want to learn and this is down to a variety of factors.  
4) I'd give every state school the same dispensation on council tax as the private schools.  
5) I'doffer more vocational training and work towards giving pupils real life skills (including driving lessons)
6) I'd bring back the belt.  

Do you have children Kmac?

I don't.  Is that prerequisite of being able to comment on education?
71  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: You are the Secretary of State for Transport on: May 22, 2015, 08:17:41 AM
I'd make it a legal requirement for cyclists to have at the very least third party insurance cover.
72  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: You are the Secretary of State for Education on: May 21, 2015, 09:15:26 PM
I don't think I could do just one thing.  There are so many things that need changed to bring education forward.  

1) I'd delay the starting age until 7, in turn make the minimum leaving age 19 (unless you were going to do some vocational learning/guaranteed a job)
2) The number of holidays would be cut, kids would learn more and would be kept away from mischief (hopefully)
3) Rotating staff every few years, I think similar to Hutch's point but when I was growing up and at school the fact my teachers tought my parents, aunts and uncles already had you marked depending on who or what they knew,  I also think after a time teachers stagnate and no longer have the drive to teach those who want to learn and this is down to a variety of factors.  
4) I'd give every state school the same dispensation on council tax as the private schools.  
5) I'doffer more vocational training and work towards giving pupils real life skills (including driving lessons)
6) I'd bring back the belt.  
73  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: Blonde will make thin ....Here we go again ! on: May 21, 2015, 06:34:20 PM
I genuinley believe that counting carbs/fat/protein etc is fine for someone who is doing body building or for an elite athlete.  For us mere mortals I don't think it matters so much. 

The key to a good diet imo is variety, that way it saves you getting bored and no doubt turning to the bad foods. 

I am currently following a portion size diet and overall its calorie controlled, I am allowed 2700 ckals a day, and that is broken down in portions of 13 carbs (eg 1 slice of bread would be 2 carbs), 12 Fruits and Veg (eg 1 medium banana would count as 2 fruits), 4 fats (eg 10g of butter would count as 1 fat), 4 Dairy (i low fat yogurt would be one dairy) and 3 protein (a small steak would be 1 protein)  I have managed well with this still trying to get my head around many of the measurements and what constitutes what.   But this insures i never go hungry.   

A typical day for me would be:

Breakfast - 2 weetabix with milk (2 carbs, 1 dairy) and a Banana (1 fruit and veg)
Morning Snack - Yogurt (1 dairy)
Lunch - Chicken Salad (1 protein, 2 fruit and veg)
Afternoon Snack - Portion of grapes (2 handfuls - 2 fruits and veg)
Dinner - Chicken pasta (1 or 2 protein depending on size of serving, 3 carbs, I can fit in 3 or 4 veg here with Onion, Tomatoes, Garlic, Chilli, Peppers.  (1 fat I use olive oil)
Desert - Handful of strawberries and yogurt (1 fruit & veg/ 1 dairy)
Supper (2 x toast and butter 4 carbs, 1 fat)

As you can see from that I have a bit or riggle room to have a bigger portion of someting, I drink plenty of water and generally feel full most of the time.   By increasing the fruit and veg in my diet and cutting out a few carbs I certainly feel brighter and less tired. 

I also have 320 ckals build in per day for something bad so if I fancy a bit of chocolate or a pint etc I can do that.  I can even save my bad ckals up as long as i am balanced for the rest of the week for a few beers or whatever. 
74  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: Gay Cake affair on: May 19, 2015, 07:50:15 PM
Typical response by the DUP MLA. 

I'm not so sure I agree with the judgement to be honest, sexual orientation like disibility is protected under the equalities act, to me the bakers  haven't refused to take the custom all they have done is refuse to share the message they didn't agree wth, I don't see that as discriminatory. 

I think this could have been handled better. 

Sure there was a case a few years back were a guy who owned a B&B refused to let a gay couple stay at his residence.  This was more discriminatory than refusing to ice a cake with a partcular message. 
75  Community Forums / The Lounge / Re: UK General Election 2015 on: May 17, 2015, 08:04:00 PM
http://www.heraldscotland.com/mobile/politics/scottish-politics/mhairi-blacks-diary-of-a-novice-mp-in-which-our-heroine-goes-through-the-.126259431
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