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Donald Cameron (daddy is Cameron of Lochiel), I wonder how he found his way to the higher echelons of the blues in Scotland, is spectacularly unimpressive.

This programme, it seems to me, has the capacity to out the paucity of positivity of those that have won their place by some patrician like process.

Lesley Laird was also on.

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9 hours ago, sophia said:

This programme, it seems to me, has the capacity to out the paucity of positivity of those that have won their place by some patrician like process.

Impossible to read this sentence without imaging it being spoken by this guy

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2 hours ago, ICTChris said:

Impossible to read this sentence without imaging it being spoken by this guy

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A promising reply.

I would recommend that you give it a watch, either on iplayer or live, late on the Sabbath.

Its a step up from what QT has become and relevant to our Scottish electorate.

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2 hours ago, ICTChris said:

Impossible to read this sentence without imaging it being spoken by this guy

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Ow I just laughed out loud.

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22 minutes ago, sophia said:

A promising reply.

I would recommend that you give it a watch, either on iplayer or live, late on the Sabbath.

Its a step up from what QT has become and relevant to our Scottish electorate.

I'd rather watch a video of my parents having intercourse than watch Question Time so that's a low bar.

I haven't really watched anything apart from football on the new BBC channel so I might give it a go.

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39 minutes ago, ICTChris said:

I'd rather watch a video of my parents having intercourse 

Well we all have

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3 hours ago, Gaz FFC said:

Well we all have

Is it in the Mature Amateur Section?

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Thanks to American politics, I now see "debates" purely as an exercise in making virgins momentarily forget that they've never seen a woman's tits.

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On 4/29/2019 at 16:09, ICTJohnboy said:

Is it in the Mature Amateur Section?

A pal of mine once told me his wife loved fecking doggie fashion.

But things got out of hand when she started chasing cars down the street.

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5 minutes ago, SandyCromarty said:

A pal of mine once told me his wife loved fecking doggie fashion.

But things got out of hand when she started chasing cars down the street.

 

A bit like the guy who suggested to his wife that they try doing it "wheelbarrow style." 

She said okay, as long as we don't have to go past my parent's house.

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These jokes are as discordant as a Les Dawson concerto.

I think we can all agree that the undernoted are inspiring indeed.

Presenter Stephen Jardine
Panellist Finlay Carson
Panellist Emma Harper
Panellist Claudia Beamish
Panellist John Edward
Panellist Eilidh Douglas

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Odd panel on the debate night show. One Tory Tory, one yes voting Tory and one now brexit party Tory.

Also labour SNP and green represented

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Last evening's debate from Inverness had moments of real interest, perhaps even profundity, that marked it apart from the English version.

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3 hours ago, sophia said:

Last evening's debate from Inverness had moments of real interest, perhaps even profundity, that marked it apart from the English version.

 

Were you in the audience?

Contribute anything?

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10 hours ago, ICTJohnboy said:

 

Were you in the audience?

Contribute anything?

I applied but during a research phone call, I admitted that I admire Wings' journalism so they said they had their quota ultra yessers and hung up.

The piece on mental health was worth a dozen QTs.

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1 hour ago, sophia said:

I applied but during a research phone call, I admitted that I admire Wings' journalism so they said they had their quota ultra yessers and hung up.

The piece on mental health was worth a dozen QTs.

If they'd let you on you would have been screaming at the female members of the panel asking if they had cocks, apparently. 

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1 hour ago, sophia said:

I applied but during a research phone call, I admitted that I admire Wings' journalism so they said they had their quota ultra yessers and hung up.

The piece on mental health was worth a dozen QTs.

 

Please ignore that vulgar Welsh boyo - there's a distinct lack of breeding from down there in the valleys.

I thought the whole programme was worth a dozen QT's. Martin and Smith were both excellent. 

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Alex Wowley is on tonight and he's thus far been mostly spared by the edit.

By comparison, Dame Anne Glover, has contributed with a depth of intellect that is to be cherished.

 

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