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  1. sondicklg

    Mick O’Halleron away

    'Elsewhere at Politically Correct Taig Peter Lawell love in that is Glasgow Council' Heard 'Mick died'. 'Whose Mick?' Does it matter, his name was Mick? A statue must be erected in honour of Mick then? What about the statue of Peter Lawell we're busy making never mind the one of freedom fighter Nicola Sturgeon? I know what to do, we'll forget about hiring the new nurses we'd had in mind for Glasgow Royal Infirmary and erect a statue of 'Mick' instead. Are you sure Councillor? Of course I'm sure, anything to get it right up these Proddy Bastards! This is roughly how it is within the fenian controlled corridors of power. Lets get rid of these fenian cunts and vote in instead Unionist Parties who would never give the light of day to this type fenian propaganda.
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    ***Official Golf Thread****

    There's some very big names who turn up and play in the bog standard every other week competitions who appear as favorites with the bookies yet hardly hit a ball in earnest and some random wins it. Koepka like many of the top talented big names only very seriously compete at Majors time. Koepka is a big hitting serious player and suited to the US Open in particular. Love presenting my winning slip at the bookies and trying not to look too smug, very difficult though as they very gladly take our money knowing they'll very probably keep it in absence of paying out winnings. Yaas.
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    ***Official Golf Thread****

    Well done Koepka! Never in doubt albeit once again nails were bitten down to the quick so to speak. Great stuff!.
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    ***Official Golf Thread****

    Having prospects of an ante post bet being successful going into the final day is often an an achievement in itself as you'll well know gauging your experiences which sound very similar to mine. Bryson De Chambeau who was a winning bet for me just a couple weeks ago after a long run of not collecting is a case in point. He had for some time been noticeable near the top of leaderboards or therabouts for some time and I just had feeling he was 'due' one and deliver he did albeit after a play off and much biting of nails so to speak. The reason I don't do in play betting and stick to ante post bets is I could very easily give the bookies a depressing amount of money in chasing money and prefer to stick to non depressing ante post bets for this very reason and of course how vulnerable the leader-board is to changing. It is a bit of a lottery in trying to predict the winner but when successful its very worthwhile as the prices are very attractive and I love golf in any case as I think you do too.
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    ***Official Golf Thread****

    Wouldn't hold that against you mate so to speak for the prices make it attractive to bet e/w as often its not the favourites who either lead rounds or are the eventual outright winners. I've went many weeks without collecting due to the randomness of the winners however when one comes up its normally at a huge price of 50/1 or above betting on the bog standard tournaments and you get a feel for who's in form or not. I bet on both Pga and European tours and its always tough to call but when you do come up trumps its normally at a very healthy price.
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    ***Official Golf Thread****

    This firmly puts my potential returns well and truly into the shade. My main ante post bet was Koepka 15 pounds on at 20/1 and the only other potential winner I've got left is Finau who was believe it or not a wild card 70/1 5 pounds bet solely because he occasionally puts in a decent performance at a major. If Berger wins I would be very happy indeed for you mate. Its a tough course out there and its a lottery to be honest but we live in hope!
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    ***Official Golf Thread****

    Thought Finau had no chance when plus 7 yesterday. Now have him and Koepka in with great shouts going into the final round. Albeit, there's now any number of potential winners in contention due to tightening of margins at the top of the leader-board. Always very content to have a shout going into the final day. Great stuff!
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    ***Official Golf Thread****

    Unbelievable shot. He's played superbly today.
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    ***Official Golf Thread****

    Koepka sharing the lead now. Great stuff!
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    ***Official Golf Thread****

    Koepka's putting has been sublime today. His par saves and the 35 feet or so birdie make has been superb so far. Certainly got a very good chance at the moment. Stenson's always very dangerous and big DJ's still within striking distance. Rosy's just let one slip so all to play for. Don't discount the guy's like Berger and Finau sitting not far off the pace too. There's lots of contenders, however, we certainly have the right to feel hopeful just now. Pity about Leishman's collapse but that's the way it goes sometimes. I'd be very unhappy at DJ's performance today if had backed him ante post but this course can put any golfer into difficulties no matter their world ranking.
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    ***Official Golf Thread****

    Finau is one of mine too, outright only though. Its anyone's guess who'll win it now. Great stuff.
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    ***Official Golf Thread****

    He's one of my ante post bets and one of only two left in some kind of contention Leishman being the other one out of my 7 ante post selections. Thought Paul Casey was coming into it yesterday but like so many of the big name players including Bubba, Big Phil, Kuchar, Rory, Day, Speith etc he's found this one a very hard slog and fell back down the field. Its only halfway and I've seen numerous golf tournaments where the leaders at halfway end up way down the field at close of play Sunday. However, big DJ's not number 1 in the world for nothing and got to hope he hits a few wayward shots and comes back towards the rest of the chasing pack and. If he does any one of more than dozen players or so are suddenly in with a very good shout.
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    The Sleeping Giant

    It doesn't matter to me if one of our people could only string two words together and they were 'No Surrender' or 'Nae Surrendar' or any other form of spelling cause they'd still get my 'Like' that's for sure. Who cares if people didn't pass their English exam. As long as their heart is in the right place and on our side they've got my admiration and wholehearted backing. We need as many troops as possible against the taigs and their political allies the Snp otherwise one day you and I will wake up into the nightmare that is a republic of scotland absent of monarchy and using the euro. Personally I would welcome everyone with a good heart on board with us who will engage the fenians no matter their use of grammar. Its an extremely serious business we're in of protecting our United Kingdom and its people.
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    The Sleeping Giant

    I can assure you I didn't. The article conveys positivity and a sound message. King is 100% correct to be shining a light where the fenians have been very busy installing their own kind. We must get back on the front foot and engage with them. As stated before we all know Rangers are not just a footballing club its also an institution that must wield its power and influence at other levels of society and politics.
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    The Sleeping Giant

    An excellent article. it spells out the fact Rangers are not just a gigantic recognised around the world football club but are a UK institution of power and influence. Our club bears a responsibility to wield that power and influence for the good of our people in the communities and galvanising those Bears within the political arena. I'm heartened to read articles such as this one which is stating exactly this type of readiness to significantly extend our rightful reach out into the corridors of power and engage.
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