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2023.03.25 01:00 PaulieSmash Glasgow Academicals v Preston Lodge 15:00 GMT Tennent's Scottish National League 2

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2023.03.25 00:14 LawrieP1994 Other hobbies

28 M from Glasgow, United Kingdom here
So, outside of our "Childfree lifestyles" what other hobbies do you all enjoy doing?
I have many: ⭐️ I train in a martial art called Krav Maga ⭐️ I like going to the gym and keeping fit ⭐️ I like seeing friends and family ⭐️ I'm a video gamer ⭐️ I enjoy reading books, mainly Sci fi and fantasy ⭐️ I'm a geek and lover of anything Marvel, Dc, star Wars, Disney, anime ⭐️ I like travelling. Been to America, Greece, Florida, Italy, France ⭐️ I love music (mainly rock and metal) but I also enjoy 80s, 90s, 70s, mild pop, hip hop, rap, techno. Trance, electronic, punk and reggae. ⭐️ cinema ⭐️ gigs and festivals, seen loads of bands and been to Download a few times.
I'm a big kid at heart, I love having a laugh, and not taking stuff so seriously, I also consider myself to be caring and kind hearted, I often chat to others when they're feeling down and a good listener. Just looking to get to know folk on this page.
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2023.03.25 00:05 Ok-Practice-5396 UK high school student looking to apply for dentistry at uni

hi! i'm 17 and quite interested in pursuing dentistry. i have a couple of questions first though, and it would be really nice to have them answered in relation to studying practicing dentistry specifically in the uk: 1. do you HAVE TO set up your own practice? while i know it comes with more restrictions, i'd rather be employed than be the employer. i know that actually running the practice is one of the most major stressors that dentists experience, and id actually prefer to avoid that. 2. is studying dentistry in the UK extremely challenging? i'm looking to apply for Glasgow dentistry, so any info about that specific uni would be great :) 3. would you say there is a problem with sexism or xenophobia in the dental profession? as a woman, it'd be useful to know how likely i'd be respected as a professional. im also an immigrant in the UK and like to know if the environment would be welcoming. 4. would you say that it's overall worth it? 5. is working privately or for the NHS more preferable? thanks so much in advance! :)
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2023.03.24 23:54 hodsct59 Choices For Fair Grounds on March 25, 2023 Races 8-15

8th Race: Tom Benson Memorial Stakes --- Purse $100,000 --- 4 YO & Up F&M ---- 1 1/16-Mile Turf:
9) New Year's Eve (5-1) returns to racing after a 6 1/2-month break. She has been on the work tab to maintain her conditioning while she was on break. Looks ready to move into the elite class of fillies but may need one.
6) Dida (3-1) also returns from a 6-month freshening but has 12 recorded works since her return to training in early Jan.
3) Trail Ridge Road (12-1) finished 3rd in her last start, continues to work forwardly and trainer would like to get a black-type win for one of his homebred fillies. A perfect spot to achieve that goal as the most serious contenders are coming off breaks or cutting back too much in distance in one swoop. following the same path as the trainer's other trainee in here. Odds will likely drift up by post time.
8) She Can't Sing (9-2) took trainer 3 years of steadily sending this one out before she finally became a stakes winner early last year and added third more stakes wins, including a G3 on dirt before the year was over. She finished third in her only start this year, another G3 on dirt after grabbing the lead into the stretch but flatten out.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 3-6, $1 Tri Box 3-6-8, $.30 Super Box 3-6-8-9, $1 Super Key 3 with 6-8-9 with 6-8-9 with 6-8-9. Total Risks $29.20.
9th Race: New Orleans Classic S(G2) --- Purse $500,000 ---- 4 YO & Up --- 1 1/8 Mile:
2) Art Collector (8-5) has been trained by Mott for his last 9 starts and has banked more than $3M of his lifetime bankroll of $4M under his tutelage. Dam line has been one of America's best producing lines for several generation. Works since last suggests he will be tough to deny again. Top Choice.
4) Trafalgar (30-1) was claimed out of last start by trainer who does well with horses off claim in their first start, mostly by making minor equipment and step horse up in class one notch. However, this one is simply moving back into same class as he has been competing against since his two wins as a heavy favorite early in his career. In every one of his graded stakes tries, he has giving others an advantage in fitness and top race experience. Two works since he was claimed including a bullet work 10 days before scheduled start. Anything close to his M/L odds and I will gladly risk taking a shot with him to crash the board.
5) Rattle N Roll (10-1) was showboated by trainer with fast works when he should have been getting prepared and gaining experience to run in last year's Ky Derby and instead missed the cut. When he finally did get in top shape, he won three lesser stakes to add to the one that got him noticed as a 2 YO. Looks better prepared for his first start this year, though he may need a start to show his best form. His dam line has produced plenty of speedy type runners that excelled in top class, though he has shown a preference for running late. Can upset with his best race.
7) Mr Wireless (8-1) has finished 2nd in a pair of G3 tries this year. He has shown some ability throughout his career but is still seeking that breakthrough win. He will be making his first try at a G2 race but has two G3 wins to go along with his 2 G3 placings, so this is a logical next step up the ladder. His 5th dam, Summer Guest, won 4 top filly races as a 3 YO including the 1973 CCA Oaks and Alabama S, though none of them were graded then but grading was added the next year (1974 for filly races).
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 2-4, $1 Tri Box 2-4-5, $.30 Super Box 2-4-5-7, $1 Super Key 2 with 4-5-7 with 4-5-7 with 4-5-7. Total Risk $29.20.
10th Race: Muniz Memorial Classic S(G2) ---- Purse $300,000 --- 4 YO & Up --- 1 1/8 Mile Turf:
7) Another Mystery (6-1) is back to try again in this stake as he was no factor in last year's edition as an only speed wired the field and is also back. More front running speed looks to be signed up for this edition and an 8 pounds swing in weights from last year should tip his chances more his way.
4) English Tavern (12-1) raced last against the only speed who wired this race last year and cruised again. His two starts before that, he got the right setup but found the distance a little shorter than he really likes. If he gets another setup like those two races, which looks likely, and can stay out of trouble, he will blow by this field. Solid chance at an upset.
2) Rising Empire (20-1) was highly thought of as a 2 YO as his connections bid $700K to purchase him. So far, he has been a disappointment but 2 starts ago, they decided to give him a shot on grass, and he responded with a second and then a win. Sure, this is a big step up in class, but his works since indicates he might not be done yet. Could be he is finally realizing the potential that his connections saw in him when they risked so much money on him or he loves the grass. Maybe a risky proposition but he is dangerous if overlooked.
9) Risk Management (20-1) was claimed 3 races back by current connections for 80K. He won his last start in an O/C $40K NW2L6M race but his start just before that effort is the reason I feel he has a shot at a minor placing. On a yielding turf course that usually does not allow anyone to make up ground, he broke last but was rolling in the stretch though he failed to make up any ground on the three horses that sat close early, of which two are entered in this race, both 600K+ stakes winners.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 4-7, $1 Tri Box 2-4-7, $.20 Super Box 2-4-7-9, $.50 Super Key 7 with 2-4-9 with 2-4-9 with 2-4-9, $.50 Super 2-4-7 with 2-4-7 with 2-4-7 with 9. Total Risk $26.80.
11th Race: Fair Ground Oaks ---- Purse $400,000 --- 3 YO Fillies ---- 1 1/16 Mile:
I will pass on betting this race though I believe the outcome will be 5-3-2.
12th Race: Louisiana Derby --- Purse $1M ---- 3 YOs ---- 1 3/16 Mile:
5) Disarm (10-1) has made three starts with a win, a second and a third. His last start was his first start against winners and his first start in 6 months, he broke slowly, was rushed up early and then had no real help with the pace as the front runner set a moderate pace and cruised. This start, he will be the one that will play the catch me if you can game on his opponents. 5x5x5 to Fappiano.
11) Jace's Road (12-1) has made 5 starts with 2 wins and a third. His two bad races are tosses as it is pretty obvious, he did not like the kickback of dirt/mud on those sloppy tracks. 3rd dam produced Forest Secrets, winner of the 2001 G1 1M Acorn S and two other graded stakes at 9 furlongs, 4th dam produced Silverbulletday, fifth dam, Rokeby Venus, is the 4th dam of multiple G1 winner Arklow and 6th dam, All Beautiful, is also dam of Arts and Letters who won the 1969 Belmont S, foiling Majestic Prince's TC bid after finishing 2nd to that one in both the Ky Derby & Preakness S. 4x4 to Mr Prospector, 5x5 to Northern Dancer, 5x5x5 to Raise a Native. Also crosses 6x6x7 to Somethingroyal.
2) Instant Coffee (2-1) has done little wrong in his 3 wins in four lifetime starts. However, he shows a space of 28 days between his Lecomte win and his next work. Could be trainer had opted to pass the Risen Star and decided to work him up to the Louisiana Derby, but not as likely as trainer thought he came out of the Lecomte S, was tired longer than usual and required extra rest. He is now back to his usual spacing between works. I will be using caution with this one though. Complete outcross in his first 5 generations, but his 6th dam is a winning full sister to Affirmed.
1) Shoppers Revenge (12-1) has made 3 starts, bookending 2nd around a maiden win. He may not quite be ready to beat this type, but he is on the improve and likely to get these a battle. Biggest problem thus far is his tendency to break slowly but that will come with a little more experience. An easy work followed by two good works show his enthusiasm for racing has not yet falter. 4x4 to Narrate, 4x5x4 to Mr Prospector, 5x5 to Secretariat & Northern Dancer.
8) Single Ruler (15-1) has 1 win and one third in six starts. However, his last was his first start against winners in the G2 Risen Star, so connections, at least believes he will turn into a decent runner. He ran well considering he did not have the best of trips, but trainer tends to teach most of his trainees to run late as opposed to burning up energy too early in a race.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 5-11, $1 Tri Box 1-5-11, $.30 Super Box 1-5-8-11, $1 Super Key 5 with 1-8-11 with 1-8-11 with 1-8-11. Total Risks $29.20.
13th Race: Maiden Special Weight --- Purse $75,000 ---- 3 YOs Louisiana Bred ---- 6 Furlongs:
10) Josie's Priority (12-1) First time starter. Brisnet shows trainer is 0-24 in the last two years with his first-time starters. This is a stat I normally pay little attention to, because every good trainer, jockey, owner, etc. goes on good streaks and bad streaks throughout their careers. This filly is working fast, is bred to be fast and has 2 stamina type 5F works that often separates first time starters from each other.
3x4 to Bright Candles, 4x4x5 to Mr Prospector, 4x5x4 to Northern Dancer.
3) Steauxlit (4-1) finished second in last start which was also her second start. Has bloodlines that is speedy and often wins early in their careers but spacing of workouts after last start is a concern. But it is not enough to throw out a horse completely because training at smaller tracks where trainers/owners have to ship from their farms to work and/or race is much different than larger tracks where owners that usually afford to pay for stalls at the track or training centers. 5x5x5 to Secretariat. The Speightstown angle.
8) Reddingandlee (15-1) has started twice and finished 3rd in his last start, but showed she has a late kick in both starts. Filly probably would like nothing more than to see an early speed duel where she is not chasing a lone front runner. Trainer is adding blinkers for this start, probably hoping it will help her focus and adds two works since her last start, a decent one which gave trainer what he was looking for and then a leg stretcher to maintain her fitness until race day. Win possibility increases greatly if early speed collapses. 4x3 to Mr Prospector, 5x5 to Northern Dancer.
5) Maliki Empire (5-1) started once and broke slow and last but was allowed to settle then asked to go nearing the turn for home and came running like a horse with some ability. No works since that effort but returns in 22 days. Trainer either believes that race took nothing out of her or risking that it didn't. Tough call but filly is well bred. 3x4 to Fappiano, 5x5 to Raise A Native. 2nd dam, Fara's Team, won the 1988 G1 7F Test S and 1988 G2 6F Prioress S.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 3-10, $1 Tri Box 3-8-10, $.30 Super Box 3-5-8-10, $1 Super Key 8 with 3-5-10 with 3-5-10 with 3-5-10. Total Risks $29.20. I know, my super key is different from other bets but is one of my "home run swing".
Race 14: Allowance O/C $20K ---- Purse $75,000 ---- 4 YO & Up La Bred Fillies --- N/W 2 La Bred Allowance Races or N/W 3 races lifetime of any type (maiden races and claiming races for 15K or less not consider in allowances) or $20K claiming --- 6 Furlongs:
6) Hail State (20-1) has terrible looking form since he returned after a 5 1/2-month break last November. Trainer has laid him off for another two months, not to give him more rest but to get him back into his top shape. All horses are required to have a race or at least one work in the last 2 months to be eligible to race and he fulfills that require with a work on March 18 at Evangline Downs in 49 breezing, the 6th best work of 38 recorded at EvD on that day and at that distance. If he comes back in his best form, he will easily beat these. Others in here has to hope for an off day from others for their best chances while this one only needs his best race to get the job done. Value choice.
12) George Allen (12-1) went much too fast early in his last on a track that has been as dull as I have ever seen at this FG meet where no one at any distance has come close to any track record. The winner ran what is considered a fast time in a romp, but he was almost 3 full seconds of the track record. Since he is coming back in 24 days, trainer gave him on easy work 6 days out from scheduled start. The new horse on the block. Ready to roll.
7) Tambourine Star (15-1) comes off a win against N/W 2 lifetime La-Bred allowance foes and it usually makes no sense to end up in this spot other than a trainer gets to enter the horse without any chance of him getting claimed for a chance to win a much larger purse than normally afforded this type. Otherwise, he has a chance at a bigger purse than horse won for winning his allowance race against easier company for the most part. One fast 47 3/5 work 6 days before scheduled race signals trainer wants horse up closer to the early pace than he has been lately. BTW, Fara's Team, who I mention in the 13th race as 2nd dam of Maliki Empire (my 4th choice) is 3rd dam of Tambourine Star.
9) G'wildcat (4-1) was claimed two starts back in this condition type class while winning the race then re-claimed by previous trainer while racing in same class in last start. Trainer obviously thinks he had the horse fit enough to win again or he likely would have moved on. One bullet work from the gate and then an easy leg stretching breeze 8 days from scheduled start will have him sharp.
My Risks: $5 Ex Box 6-12, $1 Tri Box 6-7-12, $.30 Super Box 6-7-9-12, $1 Super Key 6 with 7-9-12 with 7-9-12 with 7-9-12. Total Risks: $29.20.
Race 15: Maiden Special Weight --- Purse $75,000 --- 3 YO La-Bred Fillies --- 6 Furlongs:
2) Splitting Aces (20-1) has started twice and in both instances, she found a late kick well after the races had been decided. However, also before her last start especially, she did not have one work that should or could have indicated she was anywhere near a winning effort. Since her last start, she has one work since her last start in a 50 2/5 breezing six days before this scheduled start at the FG. She is well bred and will likely wake up very soon. Her sire, McCraken won a G2 and 2 G3 stakes races during his career, and her dam, Hallie's Dream, won 2 La-Bred stakes during her career. Broodmare sire, Pleasant Tap, was champion older horse in 1992 as a 5 YO but also finished 3rd in the 1990 Ky Derby. 5x5 to Blushing Groom & Buckpasser.
7) Lightening Mo (7-2) has started once and finished second after eyeing the pace battle early then going after the winner of that battle but could catch her and had to settle for second. One decent work followed by a leg stretching work 9 days before scheduled start to keep the filly happy until race day. 5x5 to Northern Dancer with Mr Prospector as the sire line and his son, Fappiano, as sire of 4th dam. Her 3rd dam, Freddie Frisson, is also dam of multiple G1 SW First Samurai.
8) R T's Cajun Lady (20-1) made one start last5 year at Evangeline Downs where she shot out of the gate, have to be straighten out, continued to lead to the turn, attempted to bore out again, and eventually saved second while no match for the easy winner. Likely just needed more time to mature and trainer gave her 5 months off before bringing her back in February and now has two works, both of which shows speed is still there. Hopefully, the greenness will be gone but won't know until race day. 3x4 to Mr Prospector.
6) Vivi Did It (8-1) is a first-time starter. Two of her last three works indicates she will be trying for the early lead, but I think her chances to win or wire this field if she had at least one five furlongs decent work. Often it is the difference between winning and just being a pace setter. 2x4 to More Than Ready, 4x5 to Seattle Slew.
My Risks $5 Ex Box 2-7, $1 Tri Box 2-7-8, $.30 Super Box 2-6-7-8, $1 Super Key 2 with 6-7-8 with 6-7-8 with 6-7-8. Total Risks: $29.20.
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2023.03.24 23:45 Thistastesboggin Saturday 25th March 2023

Instagram Here join in so it's not just my mum liking all my posts.
A Fistful of Fivers - Just doing an overall shoutout for Glasgow International Comedy Festival, loads of things on for around a Fiver, go on, it'll be a laugh. It'll soon be over, get in aboot it!
For a Few Fivers More - Also have the Glasgow Short Film Festival happening, lots within my/our budget. Also in aboot it be getting!

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2023.03.24 23:19 alper Letter: Glasgow — motorway ruptures and ill-fitted suits

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2023.03.24 23:17 Pregnant_porcupine Father’s results - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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2023.03.24 23:15 akejavel A Glasgow bar has been accused of sacking workers for union organising

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2023.03.24 23:11 shaallqqnaodb CrossFit Gyms Glasgow ?

Looking to join a CrossFit gym. Any recommendations out there that have a great community / timetable / price?
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2023.03.24 22:40 tman612 Another new Burger King opening in Glasgow City Centre

Following the recent opening of Burger King at Charing Cross, another new BK will be opening on Renfield St, near Central Station. We are being spoiled for Burger Kings in the city centre of Glasgow.
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2023.03.24 22:29 painfullyfinevintage 28[M4R]Glasgow/Scotland, looking for new friends

I moved here months ago and I want to make new friends in the city. I play volleyball, I fence, and I run regularly. I am really into my football too. I play music, guitar and piano, and I write regularly, poetry and my thoughts on various things on my blog I've just started. I listen to several podcasts a day, particularly on current affairs so I probably have a bunch of political opinions for you. I also read a lot, and care about the climate, as well as being vegan which I think is a pretty cool way to cook. I guess as someone that bakes regularly I enjoy the science of messing with traditionally not vegan recipes to make them identical, or even better.
I am able to keep up a conversation about most things though, so say hi and I'm sure you'll be surprised. I'm bisexual and nonbinary, if that kind of thing matters to you.
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2023.03.24 21:39 DisastrousStep5510 The way Snoop Dogg was greeted at Glasgow Airport

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2023.03.24 21:06 WealthyJoker75 I was told to think over a job and would be offered it if I wanted it

Is this a good sign? It's in Manchester and I'm in Glasgow. He said to think about it and call on Monday. And If I still wanted to go forward, he'd offer me the job.
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2023.03.24 21:06 SteamieBot glasgow: Veloglasgow approved "Spare tickets for Spiritbox @Barrowlands 7/7/23" (unspam)

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2023.03.24 21:06 SteamieBot glasgow: Veloglasgow removed "Charlie scene in Glasgow" (remove)

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2023.03.24 21:05 CarAccidentClaims Personal Injury Claims Scotland

Have you suffered harm or injury due to the negligence of others in Scotland? Our Scottish Personal Injury Claims Specialist will help claim compensation for your injury in Scotland. Get free legal assistance today with the help of “No Win No Fee.”
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2023.03.24 21:03 Competitive-Hall-275 I work at a Glasgow library and fancy a customer. We've been interacting for over six months. He always seems to make an effort to speak to me and ask me about my life, as I do with him. Should I slip a note in a book request of his with my number or ask him out outright?

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2023.03.24 20:39 MathematicianNew6773 arriving in glasgow on wednesday, what to do?

The closest football game seems to be in dumbarton. The other times I've been her, I ended upp at a robbie williams show once and once drinking beer at the PartickThistle pub ( which i quite enjoyed).
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2023.03.24 20:11 Mini_Moron Recommendations for GICs?

I'm planning on asking my GP for a referral to an adult GIC next time I see him but I don't know what one to ask for a referral to as I don't know what's good or where to research.
I am just about to turn 17 and in East Renfrewshire just outside Glasgow if that changes anything.
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2023.03.24 20:02 scottyounger I have a spare ticket to to Hardstyle Superheroes tonight in Glasgow

As the title says, I have a spare ticket for tonight in Glasgow so if anyone wants to go tonight, let me know and I can sent you the ticket.
The known acts playing tonight are Headhunterz, Sickmode and Aftershock
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2023.03.24 19:55 crosswalk_zebra How easy is it to find a nursery for a 1y/o?

I am considering moving back to Glasgow, I'm currently living in Belgium and I have a 1 y/o. I would need to find a nursery for him if it goes through but I have no idea how quickly you could find a spot in Glasgow. AFAIK nurseries are expensive (around 200£ full time pw) but that's not too much of an issue. Any lists of nurseries I can call? Do they have to be within the same postcode as I would live? Anything else I should know?
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2023.03.24 19:41 -en- @BBCWorld: Last 50 Ukrainians to leave Glasgow cruise ship

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