Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Letter

Hi All, I have just been told that I have a really great inheritance to claim. Some solicitors firm got in touch with me to let me know that I had inherited a very significant amount. It is a reasonable … Continue reading

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Shifting Sands

When you draw lines in the sand, you had best be prepared to have them move when you draw the lines on shifting sands, or for them to be washed away altogether when the the tide rolls in. Indeed you … Continue reading

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We are All Nationalists

I wonder if at some point we might possibly yet see members of the Conservative,Labour and Liberal parties who support the concept of an Independent Scotland begin to find their voice? Or will they be forever constrained upon by their … Continue reading

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The Scribblings of Aunty Pathy (Cameron’s Speech)

You may call me Aunty Pathy, or you may call me what you like, I really don’t give a hoot. I will occasionally come along and give you my opinion on the price of bread, which is frankly disgraceful these … Continue reading

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I’m voting NO to Independence

With over two years to go, I have given up the Will to vote for Scotlands Independence. The last week has convinced me it is utterly futile and a pipe dream. It is just not going to happen, and If … Continue reading

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My C.V

Somewhere in amongst the continuing histrionics over Rangers F.C, the News programmes actually managed to find a limited time to report about the most recent Unemployment statistics, which are all unfortunately continuing to rise. Scotland is marginally worse than the … Continue reading

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Is that why they call them the Blues?

The past few days has seen the news almost entirely dominated by the events surrounding Rangers. News programmes have filled half their allotted time, talking of little else. BBC Reporting Scotland don’t know whether to gloat or greet? Evening programmes … Continue reading

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