Cost of The Game

DILLIGAF

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What does it cost me?

Sleep, mostly, since I have to get up around 4 a.m. for noon kickoffs.
Agree Larry, sleep mostly, plus internet and sundry cable channels, about $150 per month
At least, when you get up at stupit o' clock in the morning, in the Winter, it's quite warm where you are
Up here, it would freeze the balls aff an 'iced lolly' (popsicle tae you, ya scruff) ;)
I used to have to drive for an hour, to watch the Bhoys, at a supporters club
Nowadays, it's kettle on and laptop with the earbuds in
Looking forward to an early rise, this weekend
HH
 

boab1916

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Agree Larry, sleep mostly, plus internet and sundry cable channels, about $150 per month
At least, when you get up at stupit o' clock in the morning, in the Winter, it's quite warm where you are
Up here, it would freeze the balls aff an 'iced lolly' (popsicle tae you, ya scruff) ;)
I used to have to drive for an hour, to watch the Bhoys, at a supporters club
Nowadays, it's kettle on and laptop with the earbuds in
Looking forward to an early rise, this weekend
HH

Proud of you's lads
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lcafiero

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Del Shannon!!! ya auldie tictastic:ROFLMAO:!
Wow! Great trivia, Michael! "Hats Off to Larry" is the B-side of Del Shannon's "Runaway" on the 45 (OK, kids, we used to have these things called "records," sort of like CDs only larger and black, and the small 45 RPM records went on a turntable and had one song on each side. The "B-side" was usually a secondary song to the hit single, which was the "A-side," I guess).
 

lcafiero

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At least, when you get up at stupit o' clock in the morning, in the Winter, it's quite warm where you are
Oh, not always, Dilligaf! Safe to say it's not the frozen tundra of British Columbia in the winter, to say the least, but it can get a bit nippy here -- just under freezing at times (but not much lower). It's not all palm trees and Beach Boys playing in the background in these parts -- that's for the L.A. crowd.

I usually work on Saturdays (for the time being, until my trainee gets up to speed), but when I'm not working on game day, I sometimes go up to the San Francisco CSC to watch with the bhoys up in Millbrae (about 60 miles north of here) -- good group, very passionate about Celtic. Watched the Billy McNeill game with them, and a couple of them were almost in tears when #5 (Jozo) scored in the 67th minute.

Oh, one more thing: I did spend $24 on a scarf from the Celtic store.
 

DILLIGAF

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Oh, not always, Dilligaf! Safe to say it's not the frozen tundra of British Columbia in the winter, to say the least, but it can get a bit nippy here -- just under freezing at times (but not much lower). It's not all palm trees and Beach Boys playing in the background in these parts -- that's for the L.A. crowd.

I usually work on Saturdays (for the time being, until my trainee gets up to speed), but when I'm not working on game day, I sometimes go up to the San Francisco CSC to watch with the bhoys up in Millbrae (about 60 miles north of here) -- good group, very passionate about Celtic. Watched the Billy McNeill game with them, and a couple of them were almost in tears when #5 (Jozo) scored in the 67th minute.

Oh, one more thing: I did spend $24 on a scarf from the Celtic store.
I never made it down to Millbrae, when I lived in the East Bay, all those years ago
I spent a day in Santa Cruz, and wandered about Old Town Santa Cruz
I must admit, where I lived, it could get up around 100 degrees, but when I drove into SFO, it could be in the low fifties, always had a sweathsirt with me
HH
 
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