Weeoscar4life Glasgow quiz night


The good people running the weeoscar4life campaign have been in touch and asked me to pass on information regarding the appeal and forthcoming quiz night in Glasgow later this month:

“As many of you will be aware the weeoscar4life campaign team have recently been involved in raising the profile of a wee 3 year old boy from Belfast called Oscar. Many of you have kindly supported this initiative by purchasing CQN badges and wee Oscar wristbands and taking part in the “Small Change for US, Big Change for Oscar campaign”, with the money raised all going towards getting Oscar the treatment that he so desperately needs.

The next event that we have organised to help raise the £250,000 required for Oscar’s treatment is a quiz night. This will take place on the 29th September in The Phoenix (Previously Eastenders) on the Gallowgate with a 7pm start.

The quiz will be made up of a variety of questions, 50% Celtic related and 50% general knowledge. There will be raffle prizes and we also hope to have some live music after the quiz has finished.

Tickets are priced at £5 and you can buy as many as you wish for friends and family so long as they are over 18. Don’t worry if you aren’t able to make up a team of 4/5 as we will arrange you into teams before the event. We hope to be able to offer a ‘print at home’ ticket service so that you would be able to simply bring your tickets on the night.

Until then if you can contact us at weeoscar4life@gmail.com then Wecan begin to allocate spaces to those who have expressed an interest.

Thank you once again for your continued support.”

It is sure to be a fantastic night so please book early.

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  1. The Battered Bunnet


    13:52 on


    10 September, 2012


    The Higgs Bosom




    Broken pay packet comes to mind .

  2. BMCUW



    The Crown in Dreghorn?!



    Is it still there?



    I was barred from there once – I think!




  3. voguepunter


    14:08 on


    10 September, 2012


    The Battered Bunnet


    13:52 on


    10 September, 2012


    The Higgs Bosom




    Broken pay packet comes to mind .


    Broken needle more like.





    The first time my Dad visited Swindon about three years back,he was rightly pleased with the quantity and quality of the friends and acquaintances I introduced him to.



    What p…d him off was the number of establishments that I was barred from!



    I can’t remember getting barred from anywhere until I moved to Swindon,but made up for it since.



    I guess I need a course of @r5eh0le Avoidance Therapy.



    But then,if you lived in Swindon,you would certainly understand…..

  5. 67Heaven ... I am Neil Lennon..!!.. Ibrox belongs to the creditors on

    charles green has offered £1m to any bhun who wears a cross in the loudon bar, but he / she needs to also wear a zombie outfit…

  6. BMCUW



    I went on an @r5eh0le Avoidance Therapy Course once – it was full of @r5eh0les!



    Got barred again!




  7. The 65 league cup final was the first time is saw Celtic . I was in the enclosure opposite the main stand . There was no segrgation and 3/4’s were rangers fans. After the final whistle when the lap of honour got towards the rangers half many of their fans invaded the pitch. The Celtic team had to beat a hasty retreat at one point throwing the cup to each other to keep it from the huns. The enclosure I was in then became a danger zone for anyone wearing green. Out numbered Celitic fans were being set-upon all over the place.


    Outside making my way up to the station there were more scenes of serious violence with rangers fans being the aggressors in every case.


    I must admit I went to that final wearing a blue scarf but that game was the turning-point for me .


    From then on I started going to watch Celtic.

  8. .



    27yr. ago Today..I Flew home with My New Girlfriend from Greece to Meet My Family for the First Time..



    Scotland were Playing Wales that Night..



    Some things You just Never forget..



    Cant remember what Happened to the Greek GF..



    Summa of ThePelleponeseMountains1985CSC



    Rest in Peace Big Man..and btw..Keep a Eye on Jinky..

  9. Next Wednesday we will be hosting Benfica in the CL. The night before, Sevco will be hosting Queen of the South in the Ramsdens Cup.




  10. Dontbrattbakkinanger on

    Summa -Greek girlfriend, 27 years ago, eh?



    And how old is ole Giorgios.






    Daddy of Sammi ?;/)

  11. 67Heaven ... I am Neil Lennon..!!.. Ibrox belongs to the creditors on




    14:28 on


    10 September, 2012



    The rue order has been restored…… Justice ALWAYS prevails…

  12. .






    Loved your Nome de Blog..of The Blogs STD..aka The Minging Selective..:O)



    The Apprentice Minha..Ha..



    My Dad bought us a Minha bird when l was Young..My Mum (A Clean Freek) cleaned the cage daily couple of Weeks Later the Poor Wee Minha succumed to the ‘Air Freshener”..



    Fast-Track 40yrs..A Pair o the Wee Besterds Wake me Up @ 5am every Morning..(Only found out Minha Birds were Australian 4 yrs ago)..:o(





  13. There’s a band called Kassidy who are a bit rubbish. But one of them looks SO like the #9 Enigma that they are now my most favourite band EVER!


    TALLYBHOY 1423






    And that disnae happen very often……..

  15. Dontbrattbakkinanger on

    Ole Johnny- the music of the ole Partridge Family has been unfairly traduced, in my unhumble opinion.



    Good to have you on board

  16. BMCUW



    Have you notified Voguepunter of our planned excursion on 6th October?



    He needs to begin planning his outfit ye know :-)

  17. The Battered Bunnet on

    I see the St Mirren 10000 Hours group, who aimed to bring the club into the ownership of a Community Interest Company, has been unable to close the deal.



    Real pity imo. Although clearly focussed on St Mirren, this was an important project for Scottish Football at a broader level.



    Let’s hope The Well Society has a better outcome over at Motherwell.


    BAMBOO 1423



    Any time you feel like reposting that,I doubt you’ll get any complaints.



    Humbled,cos I never had to choose.

  19. .






    I Lived in Hania (Crete) Circa 1985..about 13km from Heraklion where Sammi’s Mother is From..I Had Buck teeth and Flowing Locks then..:O)



    I Started seeing a Local Girl (You did Not do that in 85′)..I was told to Leave the Island and Not contact her ever Again..(I Picked Olives in the Mountains with a German guy who was seeing a Local Girl..(He was Found on the Beach with his throat slit)..I Left Crete the next Day..



    ‘My Bhoy Georgious’..Could have a Guid conversation with My Bhoy..in Dutch..Aussie and Hellenica..:O)))



    Summa of MyBhoyGeorgiousCSC

  20. Lennon n Mc....Mjallby on

    Good luck Andy Hinkel,I always liked him too,served the club in a professional manner,good attacking rb and crosser of a ball.



    Hail Hail

  21. Booby Murdoch’s Curled-Up Winkle Pickers



    If he wins in three straight sets to love I will be delighted!:-)

  22. Playing host to Benfica



    I hope the God Like Genius of Georgios Samaras has mythical healing powers or that it is just a bit of tennis elbow.

  23. HT



    Polyester suit (carefully )pressed and hung on back of bedroom door.


    Wife not happy(whits new)

  24. ASonOfDan


    14:28 on


    10 September, 2012


    Next Wednesday we will be hosting Benfica in the CL. The night before, Sevco will be hosting Queen of the South in the Ramsdens Cup.




    I suspect that the coverage given by MSM will be the same for both.

  25. I would like to point out to all on here that although I have indeed been barred from several drinking establishments over the years, I am now a reformed character and this no longer happens!



    On my next trip back to Scotland, next month, I will be welcomed with open arms into (almost) all the watering holes of a certain small seaside town on the west coast! Except the local ludge, of course!



    Cin cin and cheers!




  26. Story in today’s Embra Evening News about ex-chief exec of East Lothian Council being stripped by the Queen’s Honours Forfeiture Committee of his OBE following “a row” over his £149k retirement package.



    I’d say Sir Moonbeams will be reflecting on how long he’s got before being stripped down to plain ole Moonbeams.



    Helluva thing being stripped of a Title………. or 2……..or 3……….





  27. voguepunter


    14:54 on


    10 September, 2012





    Polyester suit (carefully )pressed and hung on back of bedroom door.


    Wife not happy(whits new)






    So long as it’s no’ pale grey. Takes ages for the stains to dry up! :-)

  28. Video Celts



    Euan ‘spot-kick’ Norris will referee Celtic’s visit to St Johnstone on Saturday.



    Norris hasn’t refereed a Celtic match since his controversial handling of last season’s Scottish Cup semi-final when he awarded Hearts a last gasp penalty kick that saw Neil Lennon confront the official on the pitch at the final whistle.



    A shot from Marius Zaliukas struck Joe Ledley at point range before hitting Victor Wanyama with Norris racing to point to the spot.



    Earlier in the match Norris had missed an over the ball assault on Ledley from Ian Black which was picked up by a linesman with the Hearts midfielder fortunate only to see a yellow card.



    After the game Lennon tweeted the views held by many Celtic fans, he said: “Referee told players he thought Wanyama handled…feel so sorry for players and fans..I think it’s personal myself.”



    Later the Celtic boss apologised for confronting Norris saying: “I deeply regret what happened. I will be sending correspondence to the referee as an apology as well. It’s one actionable thing that I’ve done that I shouldn’t have done. I will go to the tribunal and hopefully get a fair hearing and take what’s coming.”



    Norris has a history of awarding penalties with Rangers receiving two in the same match a year ago away to Inverness who had Ross Tokely sent off in one of the incidents.



    After that match Butcher said: “I’m very angry, this is the second game in succession that penalties have been the main factor. I’ve seen the second one and it’s nowhere near a penalty.”



    Speaking to Chic Young of the BBC he admitted: ”I couldn’t speak to you 10 minutes ago, because I would have probably ripped your head off.



    “I thought I would have a quiet 15 minutes with Euan Norris and have a chat about things.”



    Mike Tumility who disallowed a last minute ‘goal’ for Berwick Rangers will be the fourth official at the St Johnstone v Celtic match.





    Good point-I don’t want him doing his acceptance speech for The CQN Napster’s Vase,2011/12,dressed like me!

  30. ASonOfDan


    Deary deary me Norris & Tumilty the odds on us being on here on sat night talking about MIBS just evapoated.



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