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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   18/10/2012, 23:39

Dulaigh wrote:
Oh yes

Nothing heard this end Sir !

Over to you,

Over !
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   19/10/2012, 00:05

Re-post it then..
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   19/10/2012, 10:29

Maybe he was using invisable ink!
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   19/10/2012, 13:18

Could it have been removed by an Admin for any reason??



Latest poll

Unionists 66%

Nationalists 33%

Sore bums 1%
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   19/10/2012, 17:57

Should Scotland become independent Sky and Freeview are launching a dedicated Scottish Television Channel. Here is a selection of programme listings:-


Sky Wan:

9am News and whaur it's pishin doon the day.

9.30am How clatty is yer hoose?

This week the ladies pay a visit tae a man who's wife shot the craw only three days ago tae find the hoose under 5 inches of stoor and the cludgy honkin' o' pish.

10am The Mags Hainey Show.

Early mornin' chat show hosted by Big Mags Hainey in which neds and Sengas settle their petty differences by screaming obscenities and attacking each other with furniture for the amusement of the viewing public. This mornings episode is entitles "Whaurs ma effin' hoosekeepin' money disapperead tae?".


12.30pm News and whaur it's pishin doon noo.


1pm Neeburs

Soap opera set in a village in Fife. This week Archie accuses Morag of being in league with Lucifer and has her burnt at the stake.


2pm Film

Angels wi' Manky Coupons.

4pm Tam the Tank Engine

Tam goes aff the rails and the Fat Controller is chuffed tae bits.

4.15pm Boab the Builder


Reality show where Boab is investigated by the Inland Revenue.


6pm News and whaur it's pishin' doon the night.


7pm Doakter Whae


In this weeks episode the Scottish time traveller takes the TARDIS back to 1966 and breks Geoff Hursts legs wi' a Sonic Screwdriver.


7.30pm Torn Faced Cockney W******


Eastenders wi' subtitles. In tonights episode Dot gets her jotters fae the steami while the rest o' the cast stoat aboot wi' faces the length o' Sauciehall Street.


9pm Fitba Players Burds

Drama surrounding the players of fourth division Auchtermuchty Rovers and their aff pitch antics. This week Boaby is worrit that the club is facing relegation while Moira is getting baw deep from the Aberfeldy Academicals goalie.


10pm. Mair News and whaur it's no pishin' doon.


1230am Merrit wi' weans

Re-make of the popular American sit-com "Married with Children". In this weeks episode, Al sits in front o' the Telly scratchin' his baws while Meg is chokin' oan her Nat King Cole.


0130am The Beechwood Back Gairdin.

The Boys plans tae dae up a gairdin in Niddrie are scuppered when local neds eff aff wi' the wheelbarra.


0215am Shut Doon.




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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   19/10/2012, 18:46


Subtitles on Teletext, perchance ? Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   19/10/2012, 19:02

What no Doctor Finlay's Casebook?
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   19/10/2012, 23:02

That`s a cut and paste job if ever there was one
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   20/10/2012, 00:54

Whit channul did ye say it wis oan.Oh ah furgoat a pawned ma telly ra ither day.F**k it ah'll need tae go oot and steal wan.Noo whars ma Buckie boatlle. Sad
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   20/10/2012, 05:20

JPW wrote:
What no Doctor Finlay's Casebook?





No - too PC!
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   20/10/2012, 17:03

Hope they take all the newsreaders with them, I say England for the English. Think how much money we will save, And in return we will be able to understand our newsreaders, Unless they give the Polish the jobs.
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   20/10/2012, 21:02

KIeler sprotten,It is people like you that makes the English nation wanting!The majority of we Scots don't want independence my friend but if the majority of decent English folk all thought like you then, perhaps Scotland, Ireland and Wales would be better off on their own in order that you could end your supporting role of the home nations and you can do what you wish without the burden on your shoulders.We on this website all served in HM Forces of the UK in WW1&2, Korea,Malaya,Borneo,Aden, NI,Falkland Islands,Iraq and Afghanistan.We served in all units of the BRITISH ARMY World wide and are very proud that we did so.Mark Time!!
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   21/10/2012, 01:25

Opposition to independence is growing in Scotland, according to the first poll published since the referendum agreement was signed. An Ipsos Mori poll published in The Times showed support for the union at 58% and support for independence at 30% among those who were certain to vote in the referendum. Opposition to independence increased from 50% in January to 55% in June then 58% in the latest poll, while support for independence dropped from 39% to 35% then 30%.

Salmond is looking up an increasingly steep hill, indeed he is already looking weak. Alex Salmond for the past twenty years or more as far as I can remember has not been known for compromising or changing his mind, yet since the referendum document was signed just a few days ago he has changed his mind on some of his most 'supposedly' strongly held beliefs. The man is I suppose just a politician.

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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   21/10/2012, 05:47

Gordon. wrote:
That`s a cut and paste job if ever there was one



How very dare you, as if!! Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   21/10/2012, 08:34

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Salmond is looking up an increasingly steep hill, indeed he is already looking weak.

And it`s going to seem steeper if he don`t stop piling on the pounds. Very Happy


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That`s a cut and paste job if ever there was one





How very dare you, as if!!

AH! You are awake then???
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   21/10/2012, 09:30

Yes rucjock this does leave the English wanting . Wanting to now have the same rights that all
of the British nation have. I think we have paid for what happened a few hundred years ago,
But many of the Scots Will never forget, The British nation was made Great with the help
of all of the nations within the United Kingdom Further back than your comments, Remember
Balaclarva,

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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   21/10/2012, 10:06

Gordon. wrote:
Quote :
Salmond is looking up an increasingly steep hill, indeed he is already looking weak.

And it`s going to seem steeper if he don`t stop piling on the pounds. Very Happy


Quote :
Gordon. wrote:
That`s a cut and paste job if ever there was one





How very dare you, as if!!

AH! You are awake then???


Been up since Sparrers pressing my OGs and packing my Kitbag ready to catch the Troop Ship back to Blighty tomorrow. The party's over!! (until next year). Sad Sad Sad
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   21/10/2012, 10:12

Awe!! What a shame.. lol! lol!
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   21/10/2012, 10:19

KIeler sprotten wrote:


Remember Balaclarva


Funnily enough I was clocking the Balaklavas in a shop yesterday.
Remembering the effect last winter's chills had on my lugs I considered buying one but finally decided not to.
Wearing one of them makes me look like a 'kin bank robber, knowing my luck I'd get tazered by an orficer of the law. pig
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   21/10/2012, 10:23

Gordon. wrote:
Awe!! What a shame.. lol! lol!



I was due to come back next month but I wanted to watch that BAOR programme on BBC 4 tomorrow night. Twisted Evil Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   21/10/2012, 12:15

I could never work out why the "United Kingdom" had different laws! Scotland and Northern Ireland have different laws to that of England and Wales???? United were are certainly not. Especially Scotland,they have different criminal laws for a start,why?This is the confusing bit of it.Even sentencing for criminal acts are different also?Shops opening on a Sunday, up here we are open virtually everyday of the week incl weekends.Why?With the impending vote on independence Salmond is keeping things quiet from us so what is he hiding?I won't be voting for independence because this is Britain and I am British.I was born in Glasgow a stones throw from Ibrox that great place where finances will get you relegated to the third division of the Scottish football league.I come from an Irish family with family connections I have never ever seen. Sleep Sleep Sleep
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   21/10/2012, 17:37

Wee 'Eck (Salmon) is looking a tad like Eric Pieman Pickles now. Must be all those posh dinner in Edinburgh at tax payers expense .... affraid
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   22/10/2012, 12:13

Eck must be eatin awe they Scotch pies because when a go tae the shoaps they huv awe gone!
ye cannie beat a pie and a pint o milk at the fitba.


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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   22/10/2012, 23:41

Aye Jock ...The milk from the breast of course..Saves having to watch the game Embarassed drunken
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PostSubject: Re: The Democratic People's Republic of Scotland   23/10/2012, 19:46

how can any self respecting jock vote for a toerag that let a murdering islamic airplane bomber . who killed a lot of people including jocks go free instead of making him serve a life sentence. salmond wil have these people on his concience for ever . ginger
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