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D'Artagnan

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Its hard to know where to start. So many highlights as a result of the tax tribunal verdict.

Fortunate then that Phil Macgiollabhain with his many repetitions over the last few months of the 5 stages of grief had, paved the way of our understanding of what was to come. And come they did as those Rangers haters came to terms with the loss of the ogre which gave some sort of warped justification to their hatred of all things Rangers.

Rangers didn't cheat. Nor match fix. Nor were they guilty of financial doping. They didn't rob our front line troops of essential supplies or schoolchildren of their textbooks.

The denial phase of grief was particularly amusing. Watching Spiers on national TV squirming and stuttering and denying he had used the term cheat was hilarious whilst at the same time tweets of his screenshots, confirming to the contrary, were winging their way around the internet world.

But that was not my favourite. For me thousands of obsessed Rangers haters pouring over every single word of the tribunal summation desperately seeking some form of justification was even funnier. One in particular caught my eye concerning an amateur tax expert called Luigi on Twitter...

@tomenglishsport I accept you've had little time to react to FTTT, but have you read paragraphs 159,161&163 of judgment? I suggest you do.

To which Tom English replied ...

@Luigi19701 Those sections are from the HMRC QC, not the tribunal judges

Cue collapsing world. Oh how I laughed.

But it didn't end there of course. Random thoughts (for random read “obsessed) disgraced lawyer Paul McConville was conspicuous by his absence. His random thoughts on the Rangers tax verdict (which would have been his 600th odd random thought on our club) were a lesson in brevity as he had to nip out to his daughters musical recital. Wonder what she played “Who's sorry now” ?

But it's a story which just keeps on giving and giving.

Traynor's piece in the Record today, where he trounced all and sundry for their hatred, their willingness to accept as gospel those bigots and Rangers haters who suddenly became “tax experts” was food and drink to this Bear.

And on the subject of food...I'm off for some jelly and ice cream.

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I have to disagree D@Art....Speirs squirming and stuttering is my favourite, well so far anyway but I'm sure there'll be lots more to come.

Funny how all of a sudden they have more important things to take up their time than slander Rangers, with musical recitals, wars and the like.

Enjoy your jelly and ice cream and leave the obsessive haters to their humble pie.

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Good read again and fair summation of how most feel.

Just have to laugh at the "wisnae me" brigade, may they all be brought low, for the vile, obsessed hatred that they directed towards our club, as well us ourselves. The lies and bile spewed from these haters, they can't hide from.

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Its hard to know where to start. So many highlights as a result of the tax tribunal verdict.

Fortunate then that Phil Macgiollabhain with his many repetitions over the last few months of the 5 stages of grief had, paved the way of our understanding of what was to come. And come they did as those Rangers haters came to terms with the loss of the ogre which gave some sort of warped justification to their hatred of all things Rangers.

Rangers didn't cheat. Nor match fix. Nor were they guilty of financial doping. They didn't rob our front line troops of essential supplies or schoolchildren of their textbooks.

The denial phase of grief was particularly amusing. Watching Spiers on national TV squirming and stuttering and denying he had used the term cheat was hilarious whilst at the same time tweets of his screenshots, confirming to the contrary, were winging their way around the internet world.

But that was not my favourite. For me thousands of obsessed Rangers haters pouring over every single word of the tribunal summation desperately seeking some form of justification was even funnier. One in particular caught my eye concerning an amateur tax expert called Luigi on Twitter...

@tomenglishsport I accept you've had little time to react to FTTT, but have you read paragraphs 159,161&163 of judgment? I suggest you do.

To which Tom English replied ...

@Luigi19701 Those sections are from the HMRC QC, not the tribunal judges

Cue collapsing world. Oh how I laughed.

But it didn't end there of course. Random thoughts (for random read “obsessed) disgraced lawyer Paul McConville was conspicuous by his absence. His random thoughts on the Rangers tax verdict (which would have been his 600th odd random thought on our club) were a lesson in brevity as he had to nip out to his daughters musical recital. Wonder what she played “Who's sorry now” ?

But it's a story which just keeps on giving and giving.

Traynor's piece in the Record today, where he trounced all and sundry for their hatred, their willingness to accept as gospel those bigots and Rangers haters who suddenly became “tax experts” was food and drink to this Bear.

And on the subject of food...I'm off for some jelly and ice cream.

When we burn the witches ....... I believe there are a few unsold books on our tax affairs we could use as kindling!!!

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When we burn the witches ....... I believe there are a few unsold books on our tax affairs we could use as kindling!!!

No we need loads to be sold yet to the stoopids out there so when he's sued and has his royalties seized there's more of his money comes our way ---- :lol:

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