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  1. I had an Ex who was into cement. Not been heard of for a while
  2. LG could probably point you in the right direction there. The Halt Bar used have a session, and The Park if I remember rightly. Maybe also the Doublet. I like Laurie's Bar in King Street on a Friday and a saturday afternoon for the Jazz. I also like Babbity Bowster's saturday teatime session when you get the occassional chanter
  3. Glasgow is a sociable city and for a long time now the traditional pubs have become cafe-bars, mostly with outside spaces for the smokers and friends of smokers. I think 'cafe culture' is more to do with putting the world to rights over a beer or a glass of wine - salon philosophique style - where topics ranging from foreign policy to the price of bread are discussed with passion. I don't think coffee really comes into it
  4. Boyle and Sadovitz - not funny enough. Give me re-runs of Bill Hicks any day of the week.
  5. Palaver Skullduggery Aplomb Indefatigable Brouhaha Cahoots
  6. English friends of mine were rather taken with the place-name 'Easterhouse'. I can see where they were coming from.
  7. And here it is... http://www.metacafe.com/watch/3857811/10_d...moscow_kremlin/ http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/Strange-N...315503459?f=rss
  8. Really sorry to hear that Lynnski
  9. It was a soap opera play that ran for a few weeks in Oran Mor's bar...called Westender's as a parody to the obvious TV soap, but you may have been an influence
  10. I'd not be surprised if it isn't a little deeper after the dunt I gave it
  11. ...an ah wiz on ma way tae Oran Mor fur Westenders' Finale...so there
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