People with an entrenched view that their political opponents are always wrong are weird. Seriously, anyone who hates an idea simply because it comes from someone wearing a different coloured party rosette is mighty odd.
Driving back from Kilmarnock on Saturday, I was wracking my brains trying to think when I had last seen a Dundee team play as well as Paul Hartley’s side did at Rugby Park.
The faces were familiar but the formation certainly wasn’t for Dundee against Aberdeen on Saturday.
To bomb or not to bomb? The controversy rolls on.
When Kilmarnock were reduced to 10 men and United equalised from the penalty spot in the 24th minute on Saturday, there would have been few willing to wager that Gary Locke’s side would ultimately hold on to secure a draw.
A lurgy strikes at the start of the week. It starts with a two-day headache and a feeling that things are not quite tip-top. A normally robust soul, I ignore the discomfort and try to muddle through.
What constitutes a constitutional crisis?
They lined up to lock horns. Scotland’s main party leaders all in a row making their TV pitches to the public.
The record books will show that St Johnstone secured what looks like a routine narrow home win on Saturday but the result meant so much more to everyone at the club.
Greece is teetering on the edge of a return to the economic Stone Age.