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> Local Elections 2017, Tories in Ferguslie Park
john.mcn
post 13th May 2017, 06:55pm
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My father taught me that there is no shame in being ignorant of anything, only in pride of that ignorance.


He should have taught you that not giving a shit over what some no mark on the internet thinks is not pride it is not giving a shit..Gettit?

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I am glad to say that you are mistaken in your view of no one's caring about grammar. Maybe it
is true in the circles in which you mix.

In the grand scheme of things Bilbo no one cares, this is not a novel but an internet message board. If you cannot separate the two then I suggest sticking to your own kind and play dominoes listening to Bing Crosby
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Oh dear, McNasty rears its ugly head once more. Perhaps you would care to regale our members with explicit details of my "inadequacies" you so fondly imagine.


Ohh the irony, a year of name calling and numerous comments implying a low intelligence and he gets a bit delicate over the one wee word.
I dont need to go into explicit details, are you trying to tell us something here? Your inadequacies are here for everyone to see in your posts.
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As for the other matter, which has you in such a lather, to paraphrase your words, I have neither the time nor inclination to trawl through my posts to please you. I have stated my position on independence and the EU, and it is clearly nonsense that Scotland could remain in EU whilst England leaves, unless we gain independence.


I never asked you to trawl anything, I have repeated the question a few times to save you the bother. You agreed with the SNP policy and I have asked you the very simple question of how it would work, each time you have avoided it and when you do start 'talking' you dont seem to understand what you are agreeing with. I have explained what they proposed and it has taken 2 weeks for you to agree that the SNP's policy was pants just as I initially said so why mock it?


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post 14th May 2017, 11:00am
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Really Jagz, again with the paranoid pact rubbish. Is there any policy where Labour or the Tories have agreed to not stand in a seat so as to give the other side (that they hate) a free run against the SNP?

The only time I hear of anything like a pact is from Indy supporters like the Greens only fielding a few candidates and the likes of Tommy Sheridan urging his support to vote SNP.


Do the Tories and Labour really "hate" each other John?

I thought there were no divisions in UK politics until the SNP came along, at least that's what you'd think if you believed Theresa, Ruth and Kezia.

So, you only hear Indy supporters talking about "pacts" and "urging" their supporters to vote for someone else?

"Ian Murray backs tactical voting for Tories to keep SNP out"

http://www.thenational.scot/news/15236862....o_keep_SNP_out/

http://www.scotsman.com/news/labour-mp-cri...oting-1-4424455

"Mr Murray, according to the Guardian, said he supported tactical voting if voters’ key concern was defeating the SNP"

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/a...tactical-voting

When it comes to pacts you only seem to hear what you want John. yes.gif
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post 14th May 2017, 11:22am
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Are you having a laugh. A politician asking voters to vote for them to fight against another parties policies is not a pact.. That has been !!TRIGGER ALERT!!! WEE NICS !!TRIGGER ALERT!! policy for years and is the one she's campaigning on now. A party asking its supporters to vote for another or one where they dont stand is a pact and one the Greens are doing in Scotland and England.

Have you forgotten 'vote till you boke' hyped by Senior SNP figures, was that a pact too?


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*Billy Boil*
post 18th May 2017, 04:44am
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That is not really an answer, you tried to ridicule my post about the SNP plan so you must have an idea how the SNPs proposals for Scotland to stay in the EU as well as the UK without all sorts of problems regarding trade across the border. Also who will pay Scotlands membership, surely you cant expect Westminster to fork out the fee when they are not in the EU so that really only leaves Scotlands tax payers to foot the bill. One other thing, how can wee Nic rant about Westminster failing Scottish fishermen when she intends to sell them out for a seat in Brussels.

I await your answers.

Wee Nic! is that a "TRIGGER POINT" or mere childish disparaging.
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post 19th May 2017, 09:38am
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Boy, the imagery gets more colourful by the day. Not quite Nobel or Pulitzer Prizes, more Spillane.

Comeon Jimmy. Mickey Spillane wis articulate an' could tell a' guid story!
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john.mcn
post 19th May 2017, 06:37pm
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Wee Nic! is that a "TRIGGER POINT" or mere childish disparaging.



The 'Wee Nic' phrase I have been using for a couple of years and there is no demeaning underlying message in its use, it strangely only became a problem for some when I started to criticise SNP policy . I accept that the trigger warning is childish but then so is the crap directed towards myself, when members here have been met with all sorts of abuse from his mate to then object to the word wee while he stays silent on the rest is a bloody joke.


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post 19th May 2017, 07:04pm
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As you seem determined to have the last word on everything, I think it only fair that you cut to the chase and give some indication of when that might be. laugh.gif

This would save a lot of time, as I have other paella to cook, but I should hate to miss the event.


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post 21st May 2017, 10:48am
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The 'Wee Nic' phrase I have been using for a couple of years and there is no demeaning underlying message in its use, it strangely only became a problem for some when I started to criticise SNP policy . I accept that the trigger warning is childish but then so is the crap directed towards myself, when members here have been met with all sorts of abuse from his mate to then object to the word wee while he stays silent on the rest is a bloody joke.

"Whose wee dug???"
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john.mcn
post 21st May 2017, 02:25pm
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If you mean who is referred to as 'wee dug' or 'the dug' then the wee dug is the wee ginger dug blog written by a Mr Paul Kavanagh, the dug has been used towards Labour's leader in Scotland Kezia Dugdale.


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