Last night's slumber-soap opera had Neil Young's guitar and Tom Wait's accordion refusing to be played by John Denver. I woke up a couple of times but each time I drifted back I went back to the dream.
Right lads and lassies - it's officially on. Peter and I are climbing Kilimanjaro in September.
We're paying our own way but while we're doing it we're raising money for Suicide Awareness and Prevention and remembering Peter's lovely nephew who we both used to coach before he tragically took his own life.
Please donate and share wherever you can. The object here is awareness and spreading love and support. Thanks folks for anything you can do. Clive - I'd love a sticky on this, mate, if you can.
As things stand, I'm not sure if I can be in Holland next week for the last game or not.
I just want to send a huge, huge thanks to the Comms Team for great coverage, passion, knowledge and fun all year. The technical problems were not of rangers' making and when I rang the club they sorted me out in a minute. It's made this season my most enjoyable and inclusive one since I left England in '96, and made me feel - if it were possible - even closer to my second family.
With it being announced that Mackie is leaving in the summer, I think he deserves his own thread and not to be lumped in with a wastrel like JET.
An excellent pro and a decent influence around the club, it's no wonder he's been very popular among us Rangers fans. I wish him nothing but the best wherever his future brings him and look forward to his Forever R's induction.
Beautiful ceremony on the hallowed turf at HT, giving recognition and awards to five unsung Local Heroes, QPR fans who were nominated by fellow fans for their voluntary community work, including one 10-yr old who organised his own Game for Grenfell for primary school kids and raised 3,000, a lady who set up her own food bank seven years ago, a Grenfell relative who raised 25,000 to buy Christmas present for surviving children, a man who as a professor had dedicated his life to prostrate cancer and a fan who works on matchdays in the Games Room.
The F.A. have a rule stating that "Equipment must not have any political, religious or personal slogans, statements or images....." but it doesn't mention managers, just players.
They take on Guardiola anyway.
He doesn't stop wearing his yellow ribbon.
Martin Glenn lists other examples of non-permitted religious and political symbols, including Swastikas and The Star of David, both of which are perfect examples but he's insensitive to mention both in the same sentence.
Now, he's forced to apologise.
All this because of a ribbon.
How to Manufacture a Crisis out of Nothing. Part 3,764.