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CQN Vanessa Riddle Fundraiser

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I’m enjoying the chat as much as anyone these days but I know you all remember what were really about as a club.  We have an update on the CQN Vanessa Riddle pop quiz fundraiser which will be held at Jury’s hotel, Glasgow on the evening of Saturday February 11.

The great news is that Frank O’Hagan has agreed to come along and do a set to close the quiz off. Frank’s third CD – Green Light to Freedom – will be mixed and mastered in the studio over the next month. Frank is also doing a concert with his band in the Backstage at the Green Hotel, Kinross on Saturday 18th February. Details are on Frank’s website web. Frank is a top class musician is a terrific live performer. He is also a lovely guy, so we’re just absolutely over the moon to have Frank along. Our good friends at Carling are donating some prizes too, which is also excellent news.

We have some spaces left so if you want to come along, visit Taggsybhoy’s music quiz homepage and contact him with your team name and numbers (max of 6 to a  team). He will let you know if you are successful. It is first come, first served. Vanessa Riddle Appeal

I’m off to contemplate the false value of cheap laptop hard disks. One day lost and counting, damn you HP!

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  1. CultsBhoy loves being 1st on

    Loving the Hun misery…like extended Xmas and it could go on..and on..BUT..

     

     

    BUT, BUT, BUT…

     

     

    Let’s not forget we have a job to do at Celtic – WIN WIN WIN, we must keep the focus as fans, players and as a club. Nothing won YET.

     

     

    I hope everyone is centred on pumping Inverness and we don’t lose the focus revelling in Hun misery…particularly our players and coaching staff…tempting as it is!

     

     

    If we remain focussed big prizes await, both in terms of titles and the demise of the Huns.

     

     

    You know it’s bad when their own press start turning on them…but for now FOCUS is the name of the game?

  2. Right, I’m heading out for an event with Denis O’Brien this morning. He’s giving a talk about his life and work. Hopefully he’ll mention Celtic and if he has anything interesting to say, I’ll report back.

     

     

    Mort

  3. northbhoy ... \o/ on

    I think that the company can volunarily go to administration and appoint their own, however if rfc continue to aggravate HMRC it could make things even more difficult for them, can’t escape not paying yer taxes.

     

     

    HH

  4. Whyte has a floating charge over the assets and would be entitled to appoint his own Receiver, or ‘Administrative Receiver’ as it is also known, who will also be an plain old administrator in his other engagements and also have a hat and jacket with name badges sewn in that say ‘liquidator’ should that be the task at hand. Other creditors may legally object and challenge that appointment.

     

     

    I think to be honest we could and should parody St Patrick’s shamrock analogy of the administrative trinity of Receiver, Administrator and Liquidator.

     

     

    Amen.

  5. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo says:

     

    3 February, 2012 at 09:26

     

    greenjedi says:

     

    3 February, 2012 at 09:23

     

     

    you keep thinking about me and I´ll look out for your overt homosexually repressed moronic uttering from now on. Shouldn´t be long now

     

     

    Hail Hail

     

     

    …………….

     

     

    Since you’re the saddo who trawls the internet to try and find out any info on anybody who stands up to you, you already know I’m very happily engaged to a wonderful lady.

     

     

    You’re the only one who is fixated on homosexuality. Why is that?

  6. Monaghan1900 says:

     

    3 February, 2012 at 09:28

     

     

    This is indicative of how desperate Der Hun has become. I frequently use the term hun when referring to that shower of knuckledraggers and would love to be charged with a sectarian crime for using that word. They wouldn’t have a cheeseburgers chance in Graceland of making it stick.

     

     

    Hun. There I said it again. :)

  7. On the BBC breakfast programme the other day they were talking about the names that people are often referred as. Such as love, dear, petal etc and also included was the word, hun. I presume it was short for honey! :-)

  8. 1,111 comments on this thread when i logged in. surely an omen if ever there was one….or podiumx4

  9. Rieperman says:

     

    3 February, 2012 at 09:56

     

     

    I find myself going out of my way to use it and in a slightly raised voice at that. Like you, I’m hoping for “no less an authority” than Campbell Corrigan to arrest me!

  10. Awe_Naw_No_Annoni_Oan_Anaw_Noo on

    greenjedi

     

     

    Nothing wrong with homosexuality. Lets agree on that one or not and move on.

     

     

    ZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz……………………………..

     

     

    for me you and everyone

     

     

    Hail Hail

  11. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    One of the best monikers,IMO,on this site is HENRYCLARKSON.

     

     

    Anyone christened as such had better be a TIM,haha!

     

     

    Anyway,he wrote a VERY interesting post on CW at 0513 on RTC.

     

     

    It is well worth checking out.

     

     

    Me,I’m thinking of a wee c&p and sending it to all my hun mates now that my e-mail is up and running again.

     

     

    Just in time to ruin their weekend,unless Dundee Utd can better it……

  12. Monaghan1900 says:

     

    3 February, 2012 at 10:14

     

     

    Indeed. I’d love to know when the Assistant Chief Constable of the Strathclyde police became any kind of authority on semantics?

     

     

    World’s gone mad I tell ya!

  13. ianinascoli at 10:03

     

     

    I’m sure I saw Mary Hopkins in the Jungle, late sixties, singing “Die die die die, ya huns”.

     

     

    I’m sure she meant “you honies”.

     

    ;o)

  14. Rieperman says:

     

    3 February, 2012 at 10:20

     

     

    I thought he was just an expert on typing – obviously a multi-talented Hun.

  15. 2012 and the Naehun Prophecies on

    Morning CQN.

     

     

    Just dipping my toe in for a quick name change.

     

     

    “No Newco in the SPL”

     

     

    HH

  16. good morning cqn

     

    Sandman 01.59 great blog

     

    I have a friend who when we were discussing their demise Yesterday,said that he thinks about when the huns visit us at Celtic park,the Bile that comes from Scotlands shame,sympathy goes out the window,as far as he is concerned,Hell men them.

  17. Morning all!

     

     

    A wee joke before work!

     

     

    Girlfriend has just asked me how many women I slept with.

     

     

    I said, ‘I really dont want 2 answer that love,

     

     

    You know I’ve had a past

     

    and I don’t want 2 upset u!’

     

     

    ‘C’mon’ she said, ‘I can handle it!’

     

     

    So I had to sit there and count them all.

     

     

    1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, You, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14……

     

     

    (Jacket on and leaving!…………..)

  18. 2012 and the Naehun Prophecies on

    btw before I head to work. One question, has anyone been on Aberdeen, Dundee Utd, Hibs, or Hearts forums to ask if they are demanding their clubs don’t allow the manky tax dodgers back in to the league? I know the CU podcast suggested that some of these clubs are against allowing the newco back in anyway but their fans should be demanding it.

     

     

    HH

  19. brimmer 'kano 1000' on

    Rieperman

     

    ‘cheeseburgers chance in Graceland’..

     

     

    Never heard it, love it.

     

     

    Brimmer

  20. Oh dear Mr Leggat – you really are lost in space

     

     

    Is it true that the Police have designated hun as a neo sectarian (or politically sectarian) word?

  21. One of the best banners I’ve ever seen at Celtic Park was the “Scotland’s Shame” one with the arrow pointing towards the hun crowd.

     

     

    Should they manage to limp on until the next fixture at CP, wouldn’t it be fun to unfurl a massive Nelson Muntz wearing the hoops and pointing at that shower? With the obligatory “Ha Ha!” of course.

     

     

    Would love to see it.

  22. brimmer ‘kano 1000’ says:

     

    3 February, 2012 at 10:34

     

     

    To be honest I only heard it myself the other day from a mate. Been dying to get a chance to use it to tell you the truth :)

  23. Rieperman says:

     

    3 February, 2012 at 10:37

     

    One of the best banners I’ve ever seen at Celtic Park was the “Scotland’s Shame” one with the arrow pointing towards the hun crowd.

     

     

    Should they manage to limp on until the next fixture at CP, wouldn’t it be fun to unfurl a massive Nelson Muntz wearing the hoops and pointing at that shower? With the obligatory “Ha Ha!” of course.

     

     

    Would love to see it.

     

     

    ………….

     

     

    I really really want to see that

     

     

    :-)

  24. northbhoy ... \o/ on

    IbleaBhoy says:

     

    3 February, 2012 at 10:11

     

     

    My mother’s cousin was a member of it and it existed in and around the 1950s. He was a keen amateur photographer, as were a lot of fans then and they invested in a movie camera and started taking movies of the games. Sorry don’t know more than that. It would be interesting to know what happened to them. My mother’s cousin, is that my second cousin was a man called McFadyen, he was a lucky lad then and his family had a season ticket for the old stand.

     

     

    HH

  25. I am NL in NZ Tauranga on

    lovin it. I feel their pain. haha haha haha haha. The trebel will only make it sweeter. c’mon the hoops.

     

     

    Have the highlanders got the heatin on.

     

     

    Lookin foward to the CQN newco name competition. So much fun. Wish I was home to smile gleefully.

     

     

    We can see you sneakin out. We can see you sneakin out. No broken crest yet. Must be coming up soon.

  26. When they go down the tubes it won’t be a broken crest that will be needed, it will be one smashed into a hunner pieces!!!!

  27. Santering doon the street wearing pink pyjamas

     

    Ribbons in his hair eatin a curly wurrly

     

    Big pink fluffy boots on his feet de ye think he cares

     

    NO

     

     

    Why

     

     

     

    Cos he is

     

     

    victor Wanyama

  28. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    2012 and the Naehun Prophecies says:

     

     

    3 February, 2012 at 10:24

     

     

    Morning CQN.

     

     

    Just dipping my toe in for a quick name change.

     

     

    “No Newco in the SPL

     

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

     

     

    You better not have been Amadeus,haha!

  29. greenjedi says:

     

    3 February, 2012 at 10:46

     

    When they go down the tubes it won’t be a broken crest that will be needed, it will be one smashed into a hunner pieces!!!!

     

    ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

     

     

    “Hun-ner pieces”

     

     

    I see what you did there :)

  30. Monaghan1900 says:

     

     

    3 February, 2012 at 09:28

     

     

    That’s a collector’s item. Right up there with Leckie’s expose of ‘Dublin-based’ Setanta’s ‘sinister’ plot to insist RFC play a contracted TV game.

     

     

    Leckie explained to a grateful nation that the Setanta agenda was to exhaust the RFC squad and ensure its exit from Europe.

  31. Monaghan1900 says:

     

    3 February, 2012 at 09:28

     

     

    Hun has been banned by the BBC and has now been designated as a sectarian word by no less an authority than the assistant chief constable of Strathclyde, Campbell Corrigan.

     

     

    Campbell Corrigan can designate what ever the feck he wants to since when did the police make the law? As far as i am aware it is not a criminal offense to call anyone a Hun. Historians would be up in arms. Will Scottish courts now be reduced into deabating chambers discussing the semantics Campbell Corrigan can designate whatever the feck he wants to but since when did the police make the law? As far as i am aware it is not a criminal offense to call anyone a Hun. Historians would be up in arms. Will Scottish courts now be turned into debating chambers discussing the semantics of the use of the definition of HUN? The term Hun when used in the context of Scottish football is not used to denigrate an adherent of a particular religion or indeed a person from any particular ethnic background it is however used to identify a particular type of sectarian, Uber bigoted (Anti Irish Anti Catholic) football fan who in the main support one team in Scotland – Rangers FC.

  32. Is it really sad that I’m taking basic Photoshop lessons from designer friends purely for the sake of creating Hun Liquidation wind-ups?

     

     

    My wife says I’m becoming obsessed.