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  1. Sad news. I'm sorry to hear it and I know he will be missed very much.
  2. Wow, I am VERY late to this. Congratulations, Lynnski! May you be wonderfully happy together.
  3. Perhaps they have her on the programme for guaranteed controversy. I had never heard of her until reading about her name prejudices and I think I wish I had still never heard of her. Sounds like a ghastly person.
  4. I doubt I'll be there but it's a very worthy cause and I do hope it is a success. Huntington's is what killed Woody Guthrie, isn't it?
  5. Ah, seeing this topic reminded me of a funny sketch: That Mitchell and Webb Look: Homeopathic A&E http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMGIbOGu8q0
  6. There was a recent item about George Square in the Herald,: http://www.heraldsco...roes.2012109866 From article: " ... But what I want to know is why there are no statues to Glasgow's rebels and working class heroes. (Okay, there's one of Burns but he was an Ayrshire man.) For example, why is there nothing to commemorate that famous day in 1919 when the tanks were called out to quell the huge demonstration, red flag and all, in the Square. Willie Gallacher's bandaged head (courtesy of a police truncheon) would surely make a great subject for a statue. Or what about Thomas Muir,
  7. Lynnski, stand for public office, please: I will vote for you.
  8. Oh well, Seb Coe could pay that out of pocket change, so that's all right, obviously. Ach, no, you don't mean all this rubbish will be paid for by our council tax, do you? Oh yes, that's right, it certainly will. What a tiresome ridiculous load of nonsense, and expensive too. I iz not a happy hamster.
  9. Hmm, yes, I think I can see a pattern emerging. Poor Lynnski. Now, what you have to do is print loads of copies of your C.V. and offer to take money from employers NOT to go and work for them. Because if you have turned into a sort of harbinger of corporate doom, it should be well worth their while to pay you to stay away. Sort of a Danegeld thing. AND as the economy gets worse and risk gets bigger, they will get even more worried and so you increase your fees. Oh, and 10% consultancy fee in a brown envelope for me, please.
  10. Oh, that clever Mr. Cameron being a bit silly? Ach, heaven forfend. The very thought! As if! It is because, of course, we are all going to be feeling happily and easily fooled in the "afterglow" of Great Events. So that's us tellt then. http://www.independe...ar-6286985.html Unwise though it may be to make predictions, I think those events will not give me any glow at all, and I doubt I'll be alone in that. I don't recall feeling especially glowing the last time the queen had some kind of jubilee, and the London Oversized Expensive Sports Day will not cause me
  11. Oh, that yin was forever swallowing fish bones, wasn't she? Probably held the world record for it. Hey, maybe that's why her name always seemed to be "the-queen-mum-cod-bless-her".
  12. The fun bit would be finding out, if he is treated by any "foreign" doctors and nurses, whether he can manage not to be racist and rude to them.
  13. Well, that's nasty and a bit weird. I don't know anything about cars, so are "Astra" cars particularly expensive and desirable or what?
  14. "Within 4 years the SNP will be asking for my vote, my family's vote .." I had somehow thought that you lived in London. It's possible that I am mistaken in this.
  15. If Scotland did not charge, then our universities would be oversubscribed, leaving no room for Scottish domiciled students. It is up to the Westminster government to vote against tuition fees in England and for the Welsh Assembly and the Northern Ireland whatever-its-name-is to deal with tuition fees in their own areas. Scottish students choosing to study in England, Wales, and N. Ireland pay fees.
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