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Weeoscar4life Glasgow quiz night

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

    BAMBOO

     

     

    My friend’s son went to one game with me, and he changed to supporting Celtic ….. I asked him why …..”fed up with all the bitter hatred at Ibrox” …….. That was circa 8 years ago, and he has turned out to be a fanatical tim

  2. 67Heaven ... I am Neil Lennon..!!.. Ibrox belongs to the creditors on

    dontbrattbakkinanger

     

     

    15:04 on 10 September, 2012

     

     

    It got potted…..

  3. Aye, totally ridiculous to state there is sectarian terrorism and attacks in Glasgow. I mean, just look at how the bares have dealt with a book about their dead club in such a mature manner…

     

     

    SALMANRUSHDIECSC

     

     

     

    A TV documentary, which compares Glasgow to some of the toughest cities in the world, could seriously damage tourism, according to a leading business boss

     

     

    Ross Kemp: Extreme World starts tonight and rates the city alongside Mexico, Kenya and Tanzania where drugs, religiously motivated terrorism and people-trafficking are commonplace.

     

     

    But Stuart Patrick, chief executive of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, has branded the comparisons “ridiculous”

     

     

    And he has hit out at what he describes as an outmoded and selective portrayal of Glasgow’s battle against alcohol, drugs and crime.

     

     

    Mr Patrick said: “It is based entirely on outmoded stereotypes and sends out a dangerous message.

     

     

    “For a programme like this to appear now, just as we are about to launch a campaign attracting visitors to the city for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, is potentially very damaging.

     

     

    “Anyone who knows Glasgow might laugh off what is patently a cynical marketing ploy to flog an increasingly tired programme format.

     

     

    “But stories like this unquestionably have a negative impact upon attracting inward investment.”

     

     

    The Sky 1 show focuses on a 46-year-old alcoholic who broke off five of his own toes and kept them in a jar after developing severe frostbite in his unheated flat.

     

     

    However, a spokesman for Glasgow City Council said the individual concerned refused multiple offers of help before taking part in the Sky documentary.

     

     

    Other episodes in the series include a look inside Venezuela’s most notorious prison, South America’s kidnapping gangs and a profile of Tanzania’s trade in the bones of albinos.

  4. leftclicktic

     

     

    I expect us to lose at least one player to injury and concede a soft penalty on Saturday now that I know who the officials are.

  5. Not good for Samaras.

     

     

    A Greek FA spokesman said: “Samaras will return to Scotland. He has had an initial scan which showed he has suffered an outside collateral ligament rupture and no bone damage.

     

     

    “His condition will be reassessed today to see if he requires surgery. If he doesn’t require an operation, he will be missing for four to five weeks. If he does, it could be longer.

     

     

    “Our doctors will keep in constant touch with Celtic’s doctors to monitor his condition.”

     

     

    Samaras’ representatives were angry with the Greeks for playing him because he had a back problem anyway.

  6. FFS!!!

     

     

    Away game at Aberdeen on 17th of November now a 12:00 kick off.

     

     

    Are they trying to drive us away from football grounds so teams end up wanting the huns back in the SPL?

     

     

    Bloody ESPN/Sevco TV again forcing the early kick off.

  7. Bamboo 14:23

     

     

    Amazing story my bhoy. That will be one decision you’ve never regretted.

     

     

    Like Big Jock, did you encounter acquaintances that you thought were friends but you treated you differently after that decision?

     

     

    On the pitch invasion, I have a vague memory of reading somewhere that big Tam Gemmell was involved in a bit of a stramash with a couple of Rangers fans.

     

    Ring any bells?

  8. Dontbrattbakkinanger on

    He’s having his best spell in the Hoops and he gets injured.. God speed your recovery, Georgios!

  9. Dontbrattbakkinanger on

    Tully -I asked this yesterday; apparently there’s an SFL Div3 fixture on in Glasgow on the 10th, so our game is being moved…

  10. God works in mysterious ways…….

     

     

    We are all frustrated at Sammi’s injury.

     

    But, just maybe, it will work out for the best.

     

    The big guy has being playing through a back problem, which is not a very sensible thing to do.

     

    Now his elbow is forcing him to take the time out which will allow his back injury the time it needed to right itself.

     

    There is an old adage,…’WHATEVER happens is for thebest.’

  11. Cheers DBBIA, incredibly pathetic…..what next, moving our home games when big Junior Cup games clash…..

  12. Dontbrattbakkinanger on

    Tully- if we were paranoid you could work out why they’re so keen to have Celtic playing on that particular date.

  13. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    DBBIA

     

     

    Kilbowie Kely was only c

     

     

    atching up on the best book ever written,IMO.

     

     

    Candide.

     

     

    KILBOWIE KELT was only espousing that everything happens for the best in this best of all possible worlds.

     

     

    Of course,he didnae live in 21st Century Scotland.

  14. Glasgow could erect memorial to those who fled to city during Irish Famine

     

     

    STV 10 September 2012 12:55 BST

     

     

    Tribute: A memorial to the victims’ of the Irish Famine in Dublin.

     

     

     

    Glasgow could erect a memorial to the one million people who died and to the thousands who migrated to the city during the Irish Famine of the 1800s.

     

     

    This week Glasgow City Council is scheduled to discuss proposals for a tribute, which would also be erected in memory of those from the Highlands and Islands who died during the potato blight in the 1840s.

     

     

    A motion put forward by SNP councillor Feargal Dalton proposes that the council looks at creating a memorial to mark the city’s role in providing relief to those who fled the famine.

     

     

    Glasgow does not have a memorial to those affected by the Great Famine in Ireland, unlike other cities where those who escaped starvation settled in, including Liverpool, Boston and New York.

     

     

    The motion by Mr Dalton, which will be discussed at a council meeting on Thursday, states: “Council notes the significant cultural, economic and social impact of Ireland’s An Gorta Mor and the Scottish Highland Potato Famine on the modern day character of our great city.

     

     

    “Council recognises the efforts made by Glaswegians at the time to provide relief and sanctuary to those affected; a tradition that continues now as our city and its citizens provide hope and assistance to those throughout the world affected by famine today.

     

     

    “Council therefore agrees to create a working group to examine the feasibility of, and to make recommendations for, a memorial to those who perished and to those who migrated to this city, and elsewhere, to escape starvation and forge a new life.”

  15. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    DBBIA 1545

     

     

    Oh,Jee-zoh.

     

     

    Never thought of that.

     

     

    Is there an international fortnight just before it,so we can really let rip on the internecine warfare?

  16. 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.

     

     

    via videocelts

  17. Dontbrattbakkinanger on

    BMCUWP- let rip away, I’m going to be listenin’ to wee Doris with KK.

     

     

    …it maks sense tae me, and it maks sense tae Mo.

  18. The memorial should be position at the in the centre of the celtic triangle.

     

     

    once we save the school offcourse

  19. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    KILBOWIE KELT

     

     

    Agree,got me through some difficult times.

     

     

    I feel for my Guardian Angel,poor sod must be worn out!

     

     

    DBBIA

     

     

    Doris Day? Nice to look at,but not the greatest singer,IMO,a bit like my all-time favourite,Stevie Nicks.

     

     

    Phwoooaaaaaar………

  20. BMCUW

     

     

    Had to nip out there for a second, hence the delay in replying.

     

     

    Now, when we meet up in the golfin toon I would urge you to be on your best behaviour – there are only a couple of pubs where you are allowed to dance on the tables while wearing the hoops and signing YNWA!

     

     

    There are, unfortunately,a few @r5eh0les – but nothing we wont be able to handle!

     

     

    HH!!

  21. BOBBY MURDOCH'S CURLED-UP WINKLEPICKERS on

    TALLYBHOY

     

     

    No problem,I will as always disarm them with my charm,wit and wisdom.

     

     

    And wear my good trainers in case I need a quick getaway.

     

     

    Which probably won’t work,seeing as no matter how fast I run,I’m still gonna have to wait for the next train to Kilwinning!

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