I guess you must be if you clicked on the thread, and I had a few things to do in and around Inverness which is why I only made the 240 mile round trip there instead of the 850 to Ell' and back before the accusations start.
But why post this on an Ipswich site? Couple of vague reasons - you might be interested to know how Josh Meekings is doing, and I was mildly surprised on checking the teams on the back of the programme to find Dundee have a Darren O'Dea (is it pronounced day or dee and will Damon Albarn write a musical about him?) playing for them. Has he got any better than when he was on loan at Portman Road? Let's just say I won't be moaning about Chambers lack of mobility for a while. Meekings, however, hardly put a foot wrong and his central defensive partnership with Gary Warren is now in it's sixth season of development and looking OK. Incidentally, Warren had a spectacular spat with team mate Liam Polworth just before half time that was reminiscent of Pitman/Knudsen.
Despite the crowd being just below three thousand the atmosphere was boisterous (best chant was near the end when Dundee scored from a free kick and their 150 had their only opportunity to cheer - Caley fans, to the tune of 'you're supposed to be at home' - We forgot, we forgot, we forgot that you were here') and the play was open and flowing, Caley should have popped in another couple of chances to add to the three they scored and the pre-match build up included Reef 'Place our Hands'. I was uplifted enough to have an ice cream and a cup of Bovril at half time. When I bought my ticket I was told I could sit anywhere near where my seat number was (and was subsequently told to 'move along pal, ah've got the rest of the family on their way) and loads of people stood all through the game without grief from stewards.
And from the back of the North Stand I was able to look onto the Moray Firth - best ground in the world for spotting dolphins and seals if the match is dull? I'll take a pair of binoculars if I go again but not expect to use them.
I know, to wash dishes. But seeing Newcy and Swansea saying (on Joe Joe's thread and not wishing to foul that up with this discussion) they rinse everything first before it goes in then why not save the cost of another item of clutter in the kitchen and follow through with a proper bit of washing up in the sink?
Found a ridiculously cheap fare from Singapore to Auckland (£192 direct) but not keen on spending thirteen hours on a low cost airline. Are Air Asia better or worse than Ryanair (flew from Cyprus to Stansted with them once - four and a half hours on a plastic seat is too much)?
If I do book it I will of course regard it as support for 'Loft for Words' and not QPR.