"The battle lines were drawn months ago and the main players have been digging the trenches.
"But listen closely and you will hear the first volleys being fired as Scottish football edges closer, yet again, to civil war."
So spake the BBC's Chris McLaughlin as the latest contributions emerged in the eternal "reconstruction of Scottish football" debate.
On and on goes the saga of Rangers in administration.
We await with incredulous bemusement the latest shoulder-shrugging plea of "who? Me? Nah, it wisnae
me" from the sinisterly farcical Craig Whyte.
We await, with an interest that is not entirely becoming, to find out where the administrators will
wield their redundancy axe.
"There was an overwhelming desire to follow and be led. There was a real desire among
the members for someone to take the game by the scruff of the neck and say 'let's change'.
"There was a recognition that we needed to do things differently and there was a real frustration
and dissatisfaction with how we were.
The now traditional Thursday night Rangers post.
Have we moved on? Or are we descending further into farce?
Nodody seems to know exactly what's happening. The lunatics have taken over the asylum. But who
actually owns the asylum? And will another group of lunatics be happy to take over in the next few