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    The Scottish third division contains the same amount of UEFA elite stadiums as the whole of England.

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    "The Rangers" have the second largest stadium in the Scottish Third Division
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    (Original post by TOSCS)
    "The Rangers" have the second largest stadium in the Scottish Third Division
    Correct. No other Engish person will get the largest without googling.
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    I think the OP might give it away
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    (Original post by Mr Dangermouse)
    Correct. No other Engish person will get the largest without googling.
    Queens Park. Hampden Park.

    English (Irish and Scottish). Didn't google it.

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    Frankie Boyle:

    Live in a Scottish town in the middle of nowhere? Book an A-level exam in Irish History because you're about to get a ****ing crashcourse.
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    Glasgow spelt backwards is nearly WOG ****
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    (Original post by Mr Dangermouse)
    Correct. No other Engish person will get the largest without googling.
    Ha got it straight away, not as if I live near it or anything.....honest


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    (Original post by Fusion)
    Frankie Boyle:

    Live in a Scottish town in the middle of nowhere? Book an A-level exam in Irish History because you're about to get a f*cking crashcourse.
    You'll still fail it if you listen to Rangers fans. Remember these are the people who mock the Irish Famine despite their ancestors and many of themselves coming from Ulster.
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    (Original post by TOSCS)
    You'll still fail it if you listen to Rangers fans. Remember these are the people who mock the Irish Famine despite their ancestors and many of themselves coming from Ulster.
    But if you listen to the celtic fans, remember these are the ones that mock the stairway 13 disaster where 66 fans died.
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    (Original post by johnnn)
    But if you listen to the celtic fans, remember these are the ones that mock the stairway 13 disaster where 66 fans died.
    I think you are betraying your level intelligence here if you think a Scottish football tragedy which occurred in Govan has anything to do with Irish history.

    A more intelligence person than yourself would also have stopped to consider the recent minute's silence for the Ibrox Disaster, held before a Celtic v Rangers game, which was observed impeccably by the Celtic fans much to the chagrin of the Scottish media.
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    (Original post by TOSCS)
    I think you are betraying your level intelligence here if you think a Scottish football tragedy which occurred in Govan has anything to do with Irish history.

    A more intelligence person than yourself would also have stopped to consider the recent minute's silence for the Ibrox Disaster, held before a Celtic v Rangers game, which was observed impeccably by the Celtic fans much to the chagrin of the Scottish media.
    But they're quite happy to tear **** up on remembrance Sunday.
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    (Original post by Mr Dangermouse)
    But they're quite happy to tear **** up on remembrance Sunday.
    Do you have any evidence of this, or is it another moronic claim?
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    (Original post by TOSCS)
    Do you have any evidence of this, or is it another moronic claim?
    There's plenty evidence of that you idiot. Doesn't even need posted.
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    (Original post by TOSCS)
    I think you are betraying your level intelligence here if you think a Scottish football tragedy which occurred in Govan has anything to do with Irish history.

    A more intelligence person than yourself would also have stopped to consider the recent minute's silence for the Ibrox Disaster, held before a Celtic v Rangers game, which was observed impeccably by the Celtic fans much to the chagrin of the Scottish media.
    Oh if we are trying to score brownie points on intelligence you should really write to the person who makes the banners for the green bridage and tell him how to spell properly.

    http://i52.tinypic.com/x2np50.jpg

    http://kevinwilliamson.blogspot.co.u...-bee-2007.html
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    (Original post by Jordan_1)
    There's plenty evidence of that you idiot. Doesn't even need posted.
    lol, nice evidence. You're definitely not living up to the stereotype here or anything

    (Original post by johnnn)
    Oh if we are trying to score brownie points on intelligence you should really write to the person who makes the banners for the green bridage and tell him how to spell properly.

    http://i52.tinypic.com/x2np50.jpg

    http://kevinwilliamson.blogspot.co.u...-bee-2007.html
    Nobody is trying to score brownie points, just trying to have an intelligence discussion yet you keep dropping the ball.

    However if we did want to score brownie points, we could point out that your examples aren't cases of not knowing how to spell, rather just mix ups with the displays which are understandable given the amount of organization required to produce them.

    Certainly more forgiveable than stuff like this:



    or this


    And in an examples of actually not knowing how to spell, this
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    (Original post by TOSCS)
    lol, nice evidence. You're definitely not living up to the stereotype here or anything


    Nobody is trying to score brownie points, just trying to have an intelligence discussion yet you keep dropping the ball.

    However if we did want to score brownie points, we could point out that your examples aren't cases of not knowing how to spell, rather just mix ups with the displays which are understandable given the amount of organization required to produce them.

    Certainly more forgiveable than stuff like this:



    or this


    And in an examples of actually not knowing how to spell, this
    Explain to me how bloostained or Celtcs arent misspelled words?
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    The fact you haven't been able to understand what I actually said suggests I'd be wasting my time explaining anything to you.

    Some things in life are just too complicated, we can't know everything. Chalk it down as a loss and move on buddy.
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    (Original post by TOSCS)
    lol, nice evidence. You're definitely not living up to the stereotype here or anything


    oh sorry what was that?



    I mean really, are you even a Celtic supporter?
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    (Original post by Jordan_1)


    oh sorry what was that?



    I mean really, are you even a Celtic supporter?
    Because Rangers are the model of respect with the old nazi salutes, sectarian chanting and posting letterbombs :rolleyes:

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