Rangers fan's strange behaviour in Oz

Rangers fan's strange behaviour in Oz

Post by m.. » Thu, 24 Jun 1993 08:42:10


Rumours are flying round Melbourne, Australia, that the
net's Numero Uno Rangers fan, Sandy MacKinnon, underwent
his own "Road to Damascus" conversion whilst on the way
to take up his place in the "Jungle" at Celtic Park for
the recent SFA cup final.

Evidence for this is accumulating as the "Sunday Mail"
recently wrote an exclusive on the fact that he was the
first registrant on the new Celtic FC mailing list on the net.
Even more startling evidence was seen in Melbourne, Oz, on
June 22nd (obviously under astrological influence of the fact
that this is the shortest day in Oz) when he dragged another
bluenose (yours truly) into a building festooned with green shamrocks
and an overall green decor, to wit the Celtic Club. There he engaged in
animated conversation with the charming colleens behind the bar and
the various local worthies. The topic of "will Gary Spain return
safely from the Baltic States" being one of the main topics. He
was only prevented from standing for the vacant VP ( Vice Pres - not
the infamous jungle juice) position when it was explained that it would
be difficult to get from Ibrox on Sat to Melbourne on Sunday for the
monthly meetings.

It is expected that when he returns to the familiar surroundings of
Strathclyde Univ next week his behaviour will return to normal.-Or will it?

Yours in anticipation,

Manuel from Oz.

 
 
 

Rangers fan's strange behaviour in Oz

Post by Steve Holmes, Computer Centr » Thu, 24 Jun 1993 22:56:00

Not only the aforementioned behaviour:

He also sent his mates at Strathclyde Computer Centre
a postcard depicting a Cricket Pitch. Is he coming to love
the beautiful stick game ..

 
 
 

Rangers fan's strange behaviour in Oz

Post by Paul Birre » Fri, 25 Jun 1993 03:53:40

I knew it, I knew it.  I always said we could convert him.  We love you
Sandy, oh yes we do....

GaunyirselSandyyabigTimye.  Ya Beauty

 --
   cheers,   Paul

                          ***Longmayyirlumreek***

 
 
 

Rangers fan's strange behaviour in Oz

Post by Wai Cho » Fri, 25 Jun 1993 05:10:36

Quote:

> I knew it, I knew it.  I always said we could convert him.  We love you
> Sandy, oh yes we do....

> GaunyirselSandyyabigTimye.  Ya Beauty

>  --
>    cheers,   Paul

>                           ***Longmayyirlumreek***

Now, now. Let's not get too e***d. It might be an ulterior motive.
Could he be the 'Super Spy'  from Ibrox or bribed by one of the Celtic
'Fan?'  He might also be the alter ego of .... Sergio Adeff!!!!!

 --chong

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              We don't have access to all truths - Socrates
           In the middle of DIFFICULTY lies OPPORTUNITY - Einstein
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Rangers fan's strange behaviour in Oz

Post by m.. » Sat, 26 Jun 1993 08:13:50

Quote:


>> I knew it, I knew it.  I always said we could convert him.  We love you
>> Sandy, oh yes we do....

>> GaunyirselSandyyabigTimye.  Ya Beauty

>>  --
>>    cheers,   Paul

>>                           ***Longmayyirlumreek***

> Now, now. Let's not get too e***d. It might be an ulterior motive.
> Could he be the 'Super Spy'  from Ibrox or bribed by one of the Celtic
> 'Fan?'  He might also be the alter ego of .... Sergio Adeff!!!!!

>  --chong

> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^^^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>               We don't have access to all truths - Socrates
>            In the middle of DIFFICULTY lies OPPORTUNITY - Einstein
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~][~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

**** ***** For the interest of his fans ( and detractors ) I can
give the latest news of the doings of SandyMac in Oz.

His uncharacteristic behaviour accompanied by a definite greenish pallor
spreading across his physioginomy ( "face" for the uncultured ) has been
finally diagnosed as a result of lead poisoning due to the imbibing of too
much Glasgow water which is well known to be contaminated with high levels of
lead, picked up from the lead pipe plumbing still prevalent in my former home
city ( Note this completely negates the erroneous Freudean diagnosis of Paul,
the Numero Uno 'Tic fan in USA, who averred it was due to a schizo type
behaviour in which a true 'Tic personna was being repressed by a ***
Bear ).
Once the correct diagnosis was made the obvious course of action was to flush
out the poison. This was done with copious ***infusion of Islay malts which
are ideal for this function as they are known to contain a little over
50% of pure burn water.
When last seen he had recovered his 5 fold arrogance and his nose was
returning to its former bluish glory ( may have been helped by the ***y
cold nights we have been having in Melbourne this last week). We all look
forward to the resumption of his unbiased reports on the doings of the
blue Govan warriors.
I predict that, in the unlikely event that Gavin Hastings and a motley
collection of Scots, Welsh and Irish players manage to***the All Blacks
tomorrow, he will be commenting on the scribes, emanating from that area of the
world south of Dumfries and north of Calais, screaming that ENGLAND are on
the up and up.

Manuel in Oz