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About wearealldoomed

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  • Birthday 22/02/1980

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Mount Florida
  • Interests
    Bigotry, racism, facism and fitba violence, apparently.
  • My Team
    Airdrie
  1. Glasgow: possibly the highest crime rate in the UK yet they think they're the most civilised bunch in Scotland and better than (what VT refers to as) the 'Savages', many of which only need a key to turn their car engine on. The reality: Glasgow is well down the Civilisation League Table. Laughable for them to preach to the rest of us really. I love the fact that Glasgow's detractors often get off on using crime/mortality statistics to denigrate the place.For most folk on here who are essentially from a middle class backgound, you're unlikely to ever experience the Glasgow these statistics depict. The city is the most disparate place I know, both in a positive way (different nationalities, cultures etc) and a negative sense (massive disparates in income, health, life chances within a tiny area). For those of us lucky enough to live on the right side of the tracks, our standard of living shits on most other places from a great height. The "other" Glasgow of bigotry, violence and cardiac arrest might as well be another planet. This lack of social cohesion is nowt to be proud of, but that's the way things are and will be for the forseeable.
  2. Reckon you just had a bad batch. The local has that on draught fairly often and I've always found it a decent if unpectacular pint. Whisper it but Wetherspoons pubs in and around Glasgow tend to serve a good pint of the various Kelburn beers too.
  3. If the SFL allow "Rangers" in to div 1, then I'm finished with Scottish fitba. End of. I'd prefer to be in the 2nd rather than the 1st next season, so losing out on promotion by default as a result is irrelevant.
  4. Looking at the tenements on the right, I'm convinced this is somewhere in Ayrshire. Troon, perhaps?
  5. Greens 44% SNP 10% Libdem 9% Labour -4% Tories -28% Not too surprised at those, though Green ranked a wee bit higher than I expected. I've always been slightly sympathetic to the Libdems in spite of normally voting SNP in Holyrood elections, but will never vote Libdem again after last May's fiasco. There definitely seems to be a big movement towards the SNP at the moment, but the same seemed to be the case in 2007 before Labour mounted a hell of a comeback. My gut instinct is that the SNP will be the largest party again, but not by anthing like the margin suggested in recent polls.
  6. Cracking link that. Looks like Glasgow is going to get shat upon in the next hour or so, by which point I'll be on my way into town for some Christmas shopping. Grand. Not a bad estimate, that. We now have leaden skies and light snow on Glasgow's southside. Ach well, the c'nting shopping has to be done at some point.
  7. Christ almighty. I was astounded to see the Clyde all but frozen over in Glasgow this morning, but that looks like something Shackleton sailed through on his way to Antartica.
  8. The Central is indeed fucked. There's hardly any snow lying in town, and only 3-4 inches on the southside. It's a bloody embarrasment that our biggest city can be brought to a standstill by a few inches of snow. I eventually joined the scrum to board a bus, and fucked off it a mile from home as it wasn't going anywhere. Dearie me.
  9. Thay must be a fair age now. They were played to death on the Evening Session when Lamacq and Whiley co-hosted in the mid-90s. Eh? De Rosa and Aerogramme sound a bit similar in parts, but both of these are defunct anyways. I can't think of any other bands who are in the same vein. Edited to add: I too shall be at the Rabbit gig. I've seen them previously in The Arches, The Tramway, a pub and bizzarely, Xscape. It'll be good to see them in a proper venue.
  10. Some people would consider the brothers grim of X Factor fame to be box office material too. The content has f'ck all to do with it on here. His face doesn't fit with some vindictive tossers who are looking for an easy target, and that's all. There are a good number of folk on the GN forum who poast continually about getting pished and/or hangovers, without receiving any hassle. Also, I daresay I'd be pissed off if I had to put up with the tram related Embra transport carnage each working day. If you're going to dig up folk for posting about the same issues all the time, then Capy is far from the worst offender on here.
  11. Maybe you should refer to this post the next time you decide to post on P&B at 4am, describing how you feel like vomiting after drinking 20 shots of spirits in some shitty Stirling club? F'cking hypocrite.
  12. Thank f'ck the passengers threw beer at him and not vodka or absinthe...
  13. It's fucking great, actually. Tis like having an unpaid chaffeur who gives cuddles. What more could a bloke ask for?
  14. I thought the Farmfoods bag was the jakey bag of choice back in Airdrie? I'm a bit of a social climber. Oh, and GIRUY Livingston.
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