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1 minute ago, BawWatchin said:

Wid.

LOL

My old man was a Hibee so I'll let you off

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16 minutes ago, Mastermind said:

 


I wouldn’t take too much from ‘the sense’ you got on a march with some dugs dressed in tartan and Janey Godley tbh.

You're just bitter that the young folk were having fun and that your favourite prince turned out to be a nonce with your second fave - a lod prince - fcking off to Canada with his mixed-race wife.

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Met up with some folks I know in the Labour Party who are pushing for the party to stop being melts on the constitutional question and at least accept the necessity for another referendum. Apart from one guy who must’ve misread the email and came and ranted about Sturgeon being a bully who should never have been given a parliament it seems there’s enough people willing to go out and try and reduce the unionist parties to Liberal and Tory. Not totally hopeful but it’s a start.

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Met up with some folks I know in the Labour Party who are pushing for the party to stop being melts on the constitutional question and at least accept the necessity for another referendum. Apart from one guy who must’ve misread the email and came and ranted about Sturgeon being a bully who should never have been given a parliament it seems there’s enough people willing to go out and try and reduce the unionist parties to Liberal and Tory. Not totally hopeful but it’s a start.

Can they win post Leonard? What will they do about the inevitable attacks from the Baillie/Sarwar lot?

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3 hours ago, HTG said:

Went on my first AUOB march today. Great atmosphere and was surprised by the number of older folk who were out in force. I can't be certain but I sense that there has been a significant shift from No to Yes among this group who see themselves as Europeans. 

Aye me and my mate commented on this as well, compared to the Dundee march there was definitely more of an older contingent. 

41 minutes ago, jock_the_squak said:

I went to the AUOB march today with my youngest daughter (17 before you all ask). Great atmosphere and a great turnout despite the poor weather. Hard to gauge the numbers there when you are actually on the march but when we got onto Bath Street it was just a sea of saltires.

Funniest bit of the day was the absolute seethe coming from the 20-strong pro-Union counter demonstration at the corner of Renfield Street.Argyle Street. The chant from the Indy march towards them was "Cheerio, cheerio, cheerio....." :)

 

You must have been going past at the same time as us cause the lads just in front started up that chant 🤣

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1 hour ago, NotThePars said:

Met up with some folks I know in the Labour Party who are pushing for the party to stop being melts on the constitutional question and at least accept the necessity for another referendum. Apart from one guy who must’ve misread the email and came and ranted about Sturgeon being a bully who should never have been given a parliament it seems there’s enough people willing to go out and try and reduce the unionist parties to Liberal and Tory. Not totally hopeful but it’s a start.

Labour's top brass are as useless as ever. They've just scrapped their talking shop on Indyref2.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-51079356

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Labour's top brass are as useless as ever. They've just scrapped their talking shop on Indyref2.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-51079356


I know. The right of the party constantly talk about electability but have absolutely no interest in taking care of the first port of call to actually being taken seriously again. Think anyone with a shred of sense realises Labour are unelectable up here but my take was that they aren’t even going to be an effective critic of the SNP until people believe that they aren’t petrified at the thought of independence or even a referendum.

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Can they win post Leonard? What will they do about the inevitable attacks from the Baillie/Sarwar lot?

 

People are gearing up for a civil war in the party. Which has to happen tbh. They’re utter drains on the party and a disgrace to the political discourse up here. I know so many people who were natural Labour voters in the Southside of Glasgow that had to vote SNP or not bother given their option was Johann Lamont. In 2019.

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I went to the AUOB march today with my youngest daughter (17 before you all ask). Great atmosphere and a great turnout despite the poor weather. Hard to gauge the numbers there when you are actually on the march but when we got onto Bath Street it was just a sea of saltires.
Funniest bit of the day was the absolute seethe coming from the 20-strong pro-Union counter demonstration at the corner of Renfield Street.Argyle Street. The chant from the Indy march towards them was "Cheerio, cheerio, cheerio....."
 


I assume Mankyjaiket was leading the counter-demo?

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What a day, pure rubbered, had more pit stops than an F1 team. About 50,000 good guys and the lesser spotted Yoonatics numbered about 70 odd . Think the good guys are  winning.

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What a day, pure rubbered, had more pit stops than an F1 team. About 50,000 good guys and the lesser spotted Yoonatics numbered about 70 odd . Think the good guys are  winning.
What orange walk were yoo on?

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5 hours ago, jimmy boo said:
6 hours ago, dirty dingus said:
What a day, pure rubbered, had more pit stops than an F1 team. About 50,000 good guys and the lesser spotted Yoonatics numbered about 70 odd . Think the good guys are  winning.

What orange walk were yoo on?

Shut up yah fanny.

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Side note: this is why the SNP are a bit wary of sending anyone mainstream to these things, one bit of footage of Sturgeon or Swinney smiling and waving cut with someone shouting up the ra is very dangerous.

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4 minutes ago, MixuFixit said:

Side note: this is why the SNP are a bit wary of sending anyone mainstream to these things, one bit of footage of Sturgeon or Swinney smiling and waving cut with someone shouting up the ra is very dangerous.

Seen Humza Yousaf there, that was the only SNP politico I seen all day. When we were walking by the yoons on Argyle street 2 young Irish lads were posing for photos infront of them with a tricolour, the seethe was off the scale.

 

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49 minutes ago, Nigel said:

Civic Nationalism in action...Screenshot_20200112-083550_Twitter.jpeg

What's the problem here? The bad language? From a fitba fan? I've heard worse from parents at schoolboy tournaments.

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