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  1. I don't mind that the 'Chief Secretary to the Treasury' gives advice to the Chancellor, that's part of his job. It does annoy me that it was made public though. It then becomes a policy statement from a supposedly 'unbiased' official. Oh dear, this may well change my opinion on the whole dam thing: http://eveningharold.com/2014/02/13/scots-cant-leave-uk-and-keep-buckfast-tonic-wine-says-chancellor/
  2. Put me down for a yes vote. It's going to be closer than a lot of people think. Sgriob, have a listen to Tommy Sheridan on the subject: http://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=nAES0qgskrs&u=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dh6GsEKrCvgw%26feature%3Dshare
  3. Kelvinbridge in 1968: Fjord over on Urban Glasgow provided me with the following photos (His comments also) Kelvinbridge Station during the summer of 1968,this was the scene in glorious Technicolor. Just look at the wooden detailing on those panels, not unlike that found on West Highland line stations also built by Glasgow architect James Miller. I wonder why the river was blocked from view from the station with the elaborate woodwork, was it purely cosmetic or to keep out the elements? Close up showing the attention to detail on the exterior. Check out the large oil stain next t
  4. Some interesting historical information on Otago St.: http://www.hiddenglasgow.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=12260
  5. What about: Something Inside So Strong (Labi Siffri) The higher you build your barriers The taller I become The farther you take my rights away The faster I will run You can deny me You can decide to turn your face away No matter, cos there's.... Something inside so strong I know that I can make it Tho' you're doing me wrong, so wrong You thought that my pride was gone Oh no, something inside so strong Oh oh oh oh oh something inside so strong The more you refuse to hear my voice The louder I will sing You hide behind walls of Jericho Your lies will come tumbling Deny
  6. (Bob Dylan via Pete Seeger) May God bless and keep you always May your wishes all come true May you always do for others And let others do for you May you build a ladder to the stars And climb on every rung May you stay forever young Forever young, forever young May you stay forever young May you grow up to be righteous May you grow up to be true May you always know the truth And see the lights surrounding you May you always be courageous Stand upright and be strong May you stay forever young Forever young, forever young May you stay forever young May your hands always
  7. Well, here is one from the spokesman of his generation: "That big, fat moon is gonna shine like a spoon" Here another 5 pages of the man's moon obsession: http://www.bobdylan.com/us/search/all/moon Here is another classic from the man: "I’ve seen all these decoys through a set of deep turquoise eyes And I feel so depressed" And one more howler: "We want to put his ass in stir We want to pin this triple mur- Der On him, He ain't no Gentlemen Jim." No, if Bob ain't a poet, what chance does Marcus Mumford have?
  8. What constitutes a lazy lyric? Mayhap this one is a tad more energetic:
  9. Hard as it was going up, it was much harder on the way down. Pat,I was out with Gordon to-day, he was telling me that he had you up the Maryhill Burgh Halls last week (Ooo err missus!) Pretty impressive, eh no?
  10. Made it up Ben Lomond on Sunday, hard going it was too. Took me around 5 hours (4 to get up & 1 go get down) Ben Lomond. by hollowhorn, on Flickr Ben Lomond. by hollowhorn, on Flickr
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