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Re: Independence

Postby tarmmaker » Tue Nov 18, 2014 8:57 pm

How silly
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Re: Independence

Postby lochend » Tue Nov 18, 2014 10:23 pm

ionnsaigh.If you call that "Scotland humping England,"your bedroom tastes need a dose of looking at.Where do you keep your handcuffs? :lol:
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Re: Independence

Postby ionnsaigh » Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:08 am

Who needs handcuffs, when we've been in chains ? We humped them 5 - 2 last night.
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Re: Independence

Postby ionnsaigh » Mon Nov 24, 2014 7:02 pm

That was a great game, too bad they decided to change the rules - rules that favoured one particular side. Och well that's oppression for you. Who cares whither the starting guns trigger was already pulled. Shame on those - that attack Democracy.
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Re: Independence

Postby tarmmaker » Mon Nov 24, 2014 9:07 pm

How silly.
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Re: Independence

Postby ionnsaigh » Tue Nov 25, 2014 8:16 pm

tarmmaker wrote:How silly.


Silly or not, the reality of the matter. The referendum was conducted in such a way, that it can neither claim to be fair nor legitimate.... Postal votes had already been cast, before the Westminster government stepped in ( by doing so, they broke the rules ) Changing the rules, during it's actual process, renders both the referendum and the disputed result invalid.
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Re: Independence

Postby tarmmaker » Wed Nov 26, 2014 8:29 am

Here we go again. The majority voted to stay in the UK. Get over it.
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Re: Independence

Postby ionnsaigh » Wed Nov 26, 2014 10:49 am

tarmmaker wrote:Here we go again. The majority voted to stay in the UK. Get over it.


The majority included - Loyalists - Tories - Groveling Sycophants - Right Wing Reactionaries - Asda - The Orange Order - The Freemasons - The Feart - The Labour Party - The Liberal Democrats - PB - Grant Distillers - ( USDAW ) and every daily newspaper...... hardly surprising all these scumbags voted No. What remains hopeful is the One Million Six Hundred Thousand who voted Yes for Social change and justice. Oh by the way, which one of the above do you belong to ? Nae offence - however you do sound like a bitter person, of Right Wing Persuasion . :lol:
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Re: Independence

Postby mrn » Wed Nov 26, 2014 1:54 pm

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Re: Independence

Postby tarmmaker » Wed Nov 26, 2014 3:17 pm

Ionnsaigh, why do you say I am a bitter person? I voted No. You do myself and the rest of the 2,001,926 people who voted the same way a real injustice by suggesting we were led by the nose, believing all the nonsense thrust upon us and being somehow incapable of merely making up our own minds.
As I said before you are silly.
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Re: Independence

Postby ionnsaigh » Wed Nov 26, 2014 6:42 pm

tarmmaker wrote:Ionnsaigh, why do you say I am a bitter person? I voted No. You do myself and the rest of the 2,001,926 people who voted the same way a real injustice by suggesting we were led by the nose, believing all the nonsense thrust upon us and being somehow incapable of merely making up our own minds.
As I said before you are silly.


You see from where I'm sitting, calling someone - or their post silly - appears to be insulting. Perhaps I'm being over sensitive, however this is third time. No justification can be offered, to simply say you are silly ( without any graphic substantiation ) infers something other than objective criticism. That's why your bitterness grabs the headline. Of course you voted No, that comes as no surprise. :lol:
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Re: Independence

Postby ionnsaigh » Wed Nov 26, 2014 6:45 pm

mrn wrote:Ionnsaigh, you should try this site

http://forargyll.com/2014/11/time-to-st ... nt-2871242



Good writing and a very interesting site....... Thank you.

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