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> Scottish Independence, About voting yes/no
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DannyH
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QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 15th Oct 2019, 07:45pm) *
Do your own research Danny, you'll do anything to go off topic, you still never answered my question about whether they joined up with Spain/France in a union of equal partners, if you can't address this question then you have to concede my point that they are not comparable to the union that exists between Scotland and England.

Jags, I have already stated that the Basques predated Spain. I just Googled for that information. What do you want me to do, research 2000 years of history.

One of the men who lived up the same close as my family, fought with the International Brigade in Spain. I should have asked the numpty when did the Basques join up with Spain.

Why are you getting so heated up about it. Complain to the Basques and Catalonians. Ask THEM, “Don’t you know you are Spanish?

What is all the fuss about. Get a life.

Danny
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post Y'day, 10:49pm
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Hi Danny, I've been trying to remain neutral to the greater part but when I read this ...



... I had to get mu tuppence worth in.

I dont think that during the concept of our wonderful Naytional Health Service that doctors or hospital staff might have been instructed only to take care of those with"genuine" health issues.
Is adying man to be assessed on whether his health issue is a "genuine" health issue or not?
I reecall many years ago at Crossmaloof Ice Rink that the first aiders wouldn't treat anyone whom they thought had been fighting (as happened to a friend who was so busy watching a fair young maiden bend to fasten her skates just as we were leaving, that he didn't see the door which he was about to pass through coming straight into his face as some one entered.
Even with the blood scooshing out of face the first aiders probably thought he wasn't a genuine heealth issue.
Is that how you see things?
A taxi to The Royal was our next step but they didn't ask there if he'd been involved in a brawl which might also have been classed there as not a genuine case by some one

Only saying; as they say :rolleyes:


I don’t know what is going on Tomi, but this is my third attempt to reply to you.

So I will once again start by saying, don’t come the old soldier. You know fine well I was referring to the serious drug related problems in Scotland.

Your reference to the ice rink and the Royal, are pathetic, and have no connection to my concerns of drug misuse in Scotland.

If you lived here you would be aware that what started out as a problem in city deprived areas, has now spread to leafy suburbs and little country villages.

Local police stations have been shut down across the country. Centralisation is now the norm. As a result the drug dealers can operate in relative safety from being caught.

The SNP imposed a tax on alcohol. They now claim success. The reduction in alcohol consumption in Scotland, equates to one half pint per week. Presumably this means per person.

Their answer to the drug taking problem, is to make it illegal to deal in drugs, but not illegal to take them. A drug baron’s idea of heaven. Get drugs brought over by the ton in fruit vans. Let some numpties sell them on the street for you. Watch the rise in drug taking in Scotland. Oh I am sorry, I forgot you don’t live here. It is all a big joke to you.

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