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SodjesSixteenIncher

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  1. Scottish National Party following policy from Edinburgh = Logical. Calling yourself Scottish Labour, Conservative or Lib Dems when the shots are called in London = A sad joke that is fooling absolutely nae c**t. Hope this helps.
  2. Rob, Kev and co appear not to be having a great time atm. Should come over and join the separatist side, imo.
  3. Always done the job for me. Last time I used it was a few months ago going to and from Berlin Schonefeld and the former was state of the art in comparison. Surprised what a complete dump Berlin Airport was. Edinburgh's by no means the worst.
  4. MPs playing childhood games in Parliament eh? Apart from awkward erections throughout the Tory back benches, I struggle to see what this would achieve.
  5. c**t think he's too good for Scotland eh. Fine, go then.
  6. Might throw some money on Italy at 3/1. Absolute beat.
  7. See whenever someone is going on about how we "need" the Royals. Ask them whether they'd be happy with some Arab Sheikh buying out the Windsors and putting in 10x whatever the mythical, bullshit figure they've came up with the Royals contributing. Done this a few times and you just get a slightly distressed look and a mumbled "oh no, you couldn't have that". Turns out people don't really give a f**k about their supposed benefit and actually just really enjoy being servile to this specific set of Billionaire posh people.
  8. Scottish Brits pretending to be happy about the election result the other week because the SNP wouldn't be heard, already greeting about the uppity nats in there mixing shit up. On yerself big Gus
  9. A guy that says stuff like "you never see an attractive feminist" that isn't an absolute munter himself.
  10. 100% correct. Which I absolutely do not understand. Saw some survey prior to the Referendum, asking people in Scotland what their favoured head of state would be and a Monarchy was quite comfortably the most popular option. The level of support is a decent amount lower than in England but they still have a reasonably comfortable majority of support up here as well. Fries my tattie.
  11. Looking up this oath business, it seems plenty of people over the years have changed the oath to suit them. Don't see a problem with the Religious, Atheists, Royalists, Republicans and all combinations there of within the 56 making a pledge to serve the people that is true to them. I'm sure the SNP delegation is a broad church and they can represent Scotland well without all holding idenical beliefs on abstract personal things like this.
  12. Pledging alliegiance to the Queen is pretty childish, tbh.
  13. The Scottish bitterness towards Ireland is hilarious. If some young English player kept his options open and turned down a Scotland call-up, absolutely nae c**t over there would be getting all excited about it.
  14. Morrisons usually, just around the corner. Sometimes pop into Waitrose if I'm going to my mum's and it really is crawling with No filth.
  15. I usually just go straight to the top comments for entertainment. Laura1973, Stirling, United Kingdom, 13 hours ago This is the real snp a bunch of horrible republicans , how can anyone support them , they are a bunch of halfwits I can't beleive scotland has come to this and has so many bitter bullying people God help us Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3084674/Scottish-MPs-plot-spoil-swearing-oath-Queen-SNP-members-speak-Gaelic-just-cross-fingers-protest.html#ixzz3aOY3374U Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
  16. I finished Uni a few years ago and I could only name two or three of my lecturers tbf. That probably says more about my academic commitment than anything else but still.
  17. Margin Call - on iplayer just now. Film fictionalising the 2007 crash from within an investment bank. Set over one day, it has that ensemble feel with more than a touch of Glengarry Glen Ross about it, including Kevin Spacey playing another "company man" middle manager type enforcing the misery from above. An enjoyable enough 6.5. Had the potential to be a really great film but didn't quite pull it off.
  18. Burnham's a fascinating insight into our class system. Someone on TV the other night saying Umunna might be a bit too Oxbridge for the Labour leadership. It was pointed out that Burnham went to Cambridge, which was basically answered with "well aye, he's a Scouser though". I'm with RedRob though, reckon he's their best bet.
  19. Ultimately down to preference but there's nothing to suggest its a like for like swap for me. We're talking about someone with a 1% rebellion rate, who openly admits to resenting his constituents. A Labour lifer drone if there ever was one, who I'm pretty sure you could actually train a real chimp to replace in parliament. 50 new MP's from all kinds of backgrounds and six people returning with ridiculous levels of local support. I'm not someone to give unquestioned lifelong support to anyone in politics but let's give them a shot and see what happens
  20. I've said it many times, Farage is good at what he does. No problem admitting that. Taking UKIP as far as a Euro election win (and the lifestyle that its afforded him over the years) is pretty good going for this kind of thing. Usually we see whatever the latest vehicle for right-wing populism is crashing and burning after a much shorter lifespan than UKIP managed. Pretty much everything he says doesn't stand up to any level of intelligent scrutiny but there's a talent involved in saying exactly what a decent group of people want to hear. I honestly don't even think he believes any of it tbh - he's a talented marketing man.
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