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Stop being a dick and just move to leith ffs.


Nope. It's too far from work cause I'm lazy.

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On 10/08/2016 at 11:53, bob the tank said:

Through work commitments I had my first visit to the Recs in two seasons last night. Excellent performance from the Wasps to top it off

Not superstitious or anything, but any chance of you making it through to Celtic Park next month, Bob?  :whistle

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Decided since buying a new car, I may as well start looking for a flat since the base rates dumped and nows a good time for a mortgage. Put in my searches, type, price, proximity to work and realised all the properties are in within a mile of Tyncastle! Don't really want to live in Gorgie.



How about Dalry?

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How about Dalry?


Possibly. Was looking around Polworth, Haymarket and Roseburn today.

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Possibly. Was looking around Polworth, Haymarket and Roseburn today.


What about slateford?

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16 hours ago, topcat(The most tip top) said:

 


How about Dalry?

 

We have a spare couple of rooms. Maybe you could be our au-pair?

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-37062354

Cannes burkini ban

"This is just an Islamophobic attack on Muslim women in Cannes," Aysha Ziauddin, who lives in Norfolk, told the BBC.

"The burkini allows me the freedom to swim and go on the beach, and I don't feel I am compromising my beliefs for that. 

"No-one has ever told me to wear it - it's my own choice.

I suppose one of the outcomes of being brought up in an oppressive religion is not recognising when you're oppressed.

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When I first red The God Delusion, the year it came out, I was studying advanced higher RMPS at school and it was reading that that finally converted me from being an agnostic leaning towards atheism to a full-blown atheist. I remember reading it as if it were a revelation and it completely blew the wishy washy Paul Davies out of the water for me.

I happened to see it when sorting through boxes of books last week and I picked it up and have started re-reading it. I'm surprising myself to learn that I am disagreeing with a lot of it. I find his arguments are quite weak and some of his views to be borderline bigoted. I'm still an atheist but it seems strange to me that it was this what converted me.

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12 hours ago, jmothecat said:

When I first red The God Delusion, the year it came out, I was studying advanced higher RMPS at school and it was reading that that finally converted me from being an agnostic leaning towards atheism to a full-blown atheist. I remember reading it as if it were a revelation and it completely blew the wishy washy Paul Davies out of the water for me.

I happened to see it when sorting through boxes of books last week and I picked it up and have started re-reading it. I'm surprising myself to learn that I am disagreeing with a lot of it. I find his arguments are quite weak and some of his views to be borderline bigoted. I'm still an atheist but it seems strange to me that it was this what converted me.

Going to a church school converted me to Atheism but I was also thankful they taught me to read & write. 

Gr-Bo(re) 

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