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Roy Hunter wrote:St. Mirren hail from Paisley, a former mill town hanging like a prolapsed bowel from the arse of Glasgow (you ever heard of Paisley pattern? That Paisley). Their stadium is colloquially known as 'The Methadrome', because most of their fans are on Methadone, the heroin substitute.
Works with Costa Rica, probably with Mexico, Ecuador, Jamaica etc. Less effective with Sweden, Denmark, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Norway...PKMKII wrote:America has discovered the secret to victory in the World Cup: play all our games in the snow.
Two-time Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana has suffered a probable re-tear of the anterior capsule in his left shoulder and a repeat surgery is a "strong possibility," New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said Thursday.
Santana needed 19 months to throw a major league pitch after the first procedure, which had been performed on fewer than a dozen pitchers in major league history.
Roy Hunter wrote:Partick Thistle are in the Ramsden's Challenge Cup Final against Queen Of The South. QotS were Scottish Cup finalists in 2008, and very nearly beat Rangers (when Rangers were top of the Premier League and not a Third Division team), but I have high hopes The Jags can give us a result.
Roy Hunter wrote:Partick Thistle beat Falkirk 2-0 away, win the First Division, and go up to the Premier League next season.
I can't wait for the Glasgow Derby games next season - you know? The two big names in Glasgow Football? Celtic and Partick Thistle?
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