I don't know about you, but I'm getting a bit bored with all this now.
No, I'm not talking about lockdown, of which I am now, at the time of writing, into my 62nd day of, but in that time there seems to have been 1062 suggestions as how to solve a problem like the Danske Bank Premiership.
And what do they all have in common? Not one of them has been acted upon.
Last week we held our breath waiting for NIFL to tell us the results of their latest meeting, where we would be given a clear direction as to where we were going. Or not.
The snotty-nosed young pup, green No.11 on the top lip, shuffled up to old Mr IFA and asked 'please Mister, can we have our ball back, but we promise not to use it until June 30 at the earliest.'
And off they popped with their hair ruffled and nose cleaned and meanwhile players, coaches, fans and everybody else were left for the 1063rd time wondering when is this all going to end?
This week alone we have had David Healy saying things should stop now and Linfield be crowned champions and Ronnie McFall saying something similar and Portadown should be promoted. These were hardly seismic shocks.
Elsewhere Coleraine's Stephen Lowry said he would like to see the league finished, naturally enough, while Glenavon chairman Adrian Teer expressed his hope that NIFL would give us some clarity rather than more days to tick off on our lockdown calendars. Again, fanciful stuff.
Let's face facts here. We are not going to be playing in early July. Players have been out of action since March, are we realistically, if we get the go ahead to play again, asking them to drop their Wotsits, climb off the sofa, throw on a pair of boots and just pick up where we left off?
I totally agree with Messrs Healy and McFall that a decision has to be made long before that. I can see that NIFL are doing their best to please everyone by pushing the deadline back further and further, but in doing so they are kicking the tin up the road. Hang on, can we kick tins? What stage does that fall into?
I don't agree with the Linfield boss that because 80 per cent of the games have been played and Blues are four points ahead that they should be crowned champions. The 'it's my ball and I'm going home' approach isn't going to endear you to the rest of the playground.
So, what is my solution then? Cut the season at the 33 game mark. That would leave teams in the top six with, at most, two games to play and would be a fair point to call things to a halt, with each team having played each other three teams.
The powers-that-be and the teams could afford to pay for testing for that amount of games and would allow time for a truncated pre-season.
It seems to me that the main cause for arguments is not just who will be champions, but those pesky European spots, so for a bit of fun and to help fill 62 days of looking out the window, I have taken the top six and looked at their results against each other.
So there is good news and bad news for Linfield. The season is over but look away now, you don't win. You don't even come second. Or third. Coleraine, as the table shows, are out on top, so well done to Oran and the boys.
Who would have thought I would devise a plan where Coleraine win the league? We are indeed living in strange times.
Ah, but hang on, we still have to play two games against teams in the top six, I hear an angry Blue mob baying, but I've thought of that.
Those game are against Crusaders and Glentoran, so I've done the fair thing, looked at the stats and over the season the average from those four games would give you an extra three points.
The Crues would pick up two, so, I'm afraid Blues you lose out on goal difference to them and Cliftonville, having played all their matches against the top six, drop down to fourth. Cue angry red mob joining their blue brethren.
That's the Premiership sorted then and I do agree with McFall that the Ports should be promoted, along with Ballinamallard from the B Division and have a 14-team top league whenever we do return, possibly travelling to the game in our hover shoes.
What's that, there's an angry mob on its way from Loughgall? Come on, I'm supposed to be in lockdown here, leave me alone.
And now from stage left, a shadowy figure in a scruffy trench-coat arrives and says 'and just one more thing, have you forgotten about the Irish Cup?' Botheration, I thought I'd gotten away with it.
Okay, we'll add those three games in to those that could be played, meaning that no team in the top six will have any more than two matches to finish the season. Apart from the Glens. Possibly. Do you mind, there's a queue in this baying mob.
Is it unreasonable that the NIFL and the IFA could cover the costs of those and persuade the Beeb to broadcast them all, and we could actually finish this season with everybody happy? Well, if you're from Coleraine or Portadown...