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JOHN: This was what was used in the fifties to see if any pilot human being, male or female, had any co ordination to the limbs to the brain. The idea is to keep that light to the middle there for two and a half minutes. If you could do that, you became or entered to become a pilot.

Including help for her daughter, half of her disposable income is committed to tuition and debt service.In middle age, with a net worth of less than $200,000, Charlotte fears a bleak retirement in a rented apartment, with little by way of spending money. I sell my house to pay off my debts and rent instead? she asks. I keep the house, then how much income can I count on when I retire at 65? Finance asked Derek Moran, head of Smarter Financial Planning Ltd.

Get Sport updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!This exclusive golfer’s paradise was disturbed by two Old Firm fans indulging in the same kind of banter that plays out in pubs and offices across Glasgow every day of the week.Ok, so Augusta’s bickering fans were wearing club ties instead of sovvy rings and the language was undoubtedly more refined than your average p taking punter.But make no mistake, when it comes to the love of their teams Dermot Desmond and Alastair Johnston are as passionate as any fans in the street and enjoy ribbing each other over their teams’ shortcomings the same as any rank and file supporter.This week it has been Ibrox chairman Johnston’s turn to gloat, rubbing Hoops owner Desmond’s nose in Rangers’ enormous lead at the top of the SPL.But it’s fair to say Desmond has had his own fun in previous years when he lapped up holding the bragging rights during their annual meetings at the US Masters.Johnston said: “A few years ago Dermot was leaving Augusta early because he was flying back to take in Celtic’s title celebrations at Parkhead and he rather cheekily offered me a seat on his private jet to join him at the party. Much to my chagrin.”It’s pretty safe to say the boot is on the other foot now but he still invited me to the barbecue he is holding tonight so that I could rib him even more!”However, I said I didn’t want to be too premature, I’m going to stay quiet for a little while longer.”Apart from their polar opposite tastes in football teams both men have much in common. For a start they are as nuts about golf as they are about their teams.Desmond is a single figure handicapper who has played with his good friends Tiger Woods and Mark O’Meara and regularly competes in the European Tour’s biggest Pro Am, the Dunhill Links.Johnston was vice chairman of the International Management Group when it took a young Woods onto their books.And he was the architect of the young prodigy’s astonishing $60million deal with Nike before he had even won a Major.An avid collector of golf books, Johnston is thought to have one of the world’s biggest libraries on the sport and this week marks his 38th successive year at The Masters.Their shared love of golf is matched by their business nous but Johnston regrets that at the moment the similarities stop right there as he is envious of Celtic’s financial position.That is despite the very real risk that if they fail to get through two Champions League qualifying rounds in the summer the Hoops face falling deeper into debt.The way he sees it, at least the Parkhead club are in charge of their own destiny rather than answering to the controlling hand of Lloyds Bank.He added: “Although we are here enjoying the golf and the sunshine our minds were certainly back across the pond when we spent some time together on Wednesday morning.”There are so many important things going on with our clubs just now and football results was the main topic of the conversation.”Celtic’s situation and our situation are a little different.

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