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25 minutes ago, spongeheid15 said:

Still waiting for my free dental work, laptop, and bike, along with all the rest rat face promised at the election, 

Surely you did not believe that would happen.  The party of broken promises.

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Another day and another ferry breakdown isn't the story here:

https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/homenews/19451431.new-calmac-island-ferry-breakdown-glasgow-fair-causes-disruption/

We all know that SG is abysmally incompetent so this is hardly news.

The 'real' story is in the comments section which, at the time of posting, had 50 remarks and all were critical of SG.  On the Gherald?  This is unprecedented.  There isn't even the usual, "Aye but Toaries" bollocks such as we see constantly on here.

So have we reached Peak Nippy?  Is the Scotch public, at last, sick of defending the vile cabal in Holyrood?

Not that I expect much feedback from the blood and soil ScotchNats on here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Still waiting for my free dental work, laptop, and bike, along with all the rest rat face promised at the election, 
Surely you did not believe that would happen.  The party of broken promises.
Those are planned for schools. Whilst you pair of abject losers probably spent an inordinate amount of time hanging around outside them, that won't quite qualify you I'm afraid.
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9 minutes ago, The_Kincardine said:

Another day and another ferry breakdown isn't the story here:

https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/homenews/19451431.new-calmac-island-ferry-breakdown-glasgow-fair-causes-disruption/

We all know that SG is abysmally incompetent so this is hardly news.

The 'real' story is in the comments section which, at the time of posting, had 50 remarks and all were critical of SG.  On the Gherald?  This is unprecedented.  There isn't even the usual, "Aye but Toaries" bollocks such as we see constantly on here.

So have we reached Peak Nippy?  Is the Scotch public, at last, sick of defending the vile cabal in Holyrood?

Not that I expect much feedback from the blood and soil ScotchNats on here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, The_Kincardine said:

Another day and another ferry breakdown isn't the story here:

https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/homenews/19451431.new-calmac-island-ferry-breakdown-glasgow-fair-causes-disruption/

We all know that SG is abysmally incompetent so this is hardly news.

The 'real' story is in the comments section which, at the time of posting, had 50 remarks and all were critical of SG.  On the Gherald?  This is unprecedented.  There isn't even the usual, "Aye but Toaries" bollocks such as we see constantly on here.

So have we reached Peak Nippy?  Is the Scotch public, at last, sick of defending the vile cabal in Holyrood?

Not that I expect much feedback from the blood and soil ScotchNats on here.

no work in the morning?

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6 minutes ago, The_Kincardine said:

Another day and another ferry breakdown isn't the story here:

https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/homenews/19451431.new-calmac-island-ferry-breakdown-glasgow-fair-causes-disruption/

We all know that SG is abysmally incompetent so this is hardly news.

The 'real' story is in the comments section which, at the time of posting, had 50 remarks and all were critical of SG.  On the Gherald?  This is unprecedented.  There isn't even the usual, "Aye but Toaries" bollocks such as we see constantly on here.

So have we reached Peak Nippy?  Is the Scotch public, at last, sick of defending the vile cabal in Holyrood?

Not that I expect much feedback from the blood and soil ScotchNats on here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I don't think you've been paying attention here.  The Herald has long since decided that the hill it is going to die on is one inhabited by puce-faced septugenarian Britnats, and as such it now features a cadre of right-wing columnists and a letters page which you need to view wearing a welder's visor.  I stopped buying it months ago, and no, I wouldn't buy their other publication The National either.  If I want poorly-written polemic I can fill my boots on here.

 

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10 minutes ago, Day of the Lords said:

Those are planned for schools. Whilst you pair of abject losers probably spent an inordinate amount of time hanging around outside them, that won't quite qualify you I'm afraid.

The always raging Jupe with the, 'If you're no a natter you're a nonce' patter.

His manic posting is like his holidays -  in-tents.

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13 minutes ago, O'Kelly Isley III said:

I don't think you've been paying attention here.  

Yup.  Another soft in the head Natter.

The Herald and The National are stablemates.  Both published by Newsquest.

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Here are some more of The Herald's 'stablemates'

News Brands
Our 22 daily titles include The Herald (Glasgow), The Northern Echo (Darlington), Telegraph & Argus (Bradford), Southern Daily Echo (Southampton), The Argus (Brighton), The Press (York), Oxford Mail and South Wales Argus (Newport). Our weekly publications include The Hereford Times, Watford Observer, Falmouth Packet and the Berrow’s Worcester Journal, the oldest continuously published newspaper in the world.

I've heard that 'The Press' may be especially keen on empty-headed Yorkshire natterism? I'm sure that Kincy can tell us more...

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54 minutes ago, Rodhull said:

Imagine thinking deranged yoons in the comments section of the herald was rare? :lol:

If only someone had made that point.

Mind you, you're an empty-headed Natter.  We all know that simple comprehension isn't your strong suit.

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6 hours ago, The_Kincardine said:

If only someone had made that point.

Mind you, you're an empty-headed Natter.  We all know that simple comprehension isn't your strong suit.

I didn't realise you'd placed a limit on how many people could mock you when you said something stupid? I can understand why you'd try given the regularity of it.

No wonder you have to try and deflect attention by calling others empty headed.

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6 hours ago, The_Kincardine said:

If only someone had made that point.

Mind you, you're an empty-headed Natter.  We all know that simple comprehension isn't your strong suit.

What exactly was the point you were trying to make with the below statement then, if not that the comments section of the Herald was generally a pro-independence / pro-SG forum and that a change in tack with this specific story showed that support was diminishing? 

10 hours ago, The_Kincardine said:

The 'real' story is in the comments section which, at the time of posting, had 50 remarks and all were critical of SG.  On the Gherald?  This is unprecedented....

...Is the Scotch public, at last, sick of defending the vile cabal in Holyrood?

 

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On 12/07/2021 at 15:39, NotThePars said:

Sturgeon should’ve put the Simpsons dome over Dundee anything else is an abject failure of responsibility

A past council put a large umbrella over the city and announced it a Nuclear Free Zone

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look at all those anti-SNP and anti-Sturgeon comments in the latest Herald comments section. If the famed pro-Indy Herald readers are now severely critical of her, anyone with their finger firmly on the pulse of Scottish politics will concede this is sure evidence that the tide is well and truly turning against the SNP and Sturgeon. 

https://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/19459282.douglas-ross-will-next-first-minister-scotland-says-liz-truss/

 

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45 minutes ago, KingRocketman II said:

look at all those anti-SNP and anti-Sturgeon comments in the latest Herald comments section. If the famed pro-Indy Herald readers are now severely critical of her, anyone with their finger firmly on the pulse of Scottish politics will concede this is sure evidence that the tide is well and truly turning against the SNP and Sturgeon. 

https://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/19459282.douglas-ross-will-next-first-minister-scotland-says-liz-truss/

 

Quite clever of the Herald to publish a decent Unionist paper while also publishing a laughably bad pro SNP comic in house.

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look at all those anti-SNP and anti-Sturgeon comments in the latest Herald comments section. If the famed pro-Indy Herald readers are now severely critical of her, anyone with their finger firmly on the pulse of Scottish politics will concede this is sure evidence that the tide is well and truly turning against the SNP and Sturgeon. 
https://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/19459282.douglas-ross-will-next-first-minister-scotland-says-liz-truss/
 
Pro-indy folk haven't read the Herald for years. Famed or not.
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Sturgeon gave the Queen an exemption on environmental laws. 

She is the Scottish Martin McGuinness. The guess the date for Indyref2 thread will still be running here when Sturgeon is down in London having cosy chats with King Charles over dinner. 

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