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Post by JimmyMcGrory on Tue May 13, 2014 8:38 pm

It's not jumping out at me and I can't be arsed looking cheers 

Four months to go, if apathy doesn't see us off how are we all voting and how do you see the vote going?

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Post by test on Tue May 13, 2014 11:20 pm

Main stream media are all in the no camp (bar The Sunday Herald) and the man in the street rarely ventures beyond the “news” that is spoon-fed them, and I pity those relying on the BBC for impartiality.
Unless Mel Gibson starts touring round Scotland painted in woad for the YES vote, independence seems unlikely.

If, against all the odds, independence is gained and despite all the promises, Trident will be spewing it’s radioactive waste into the loch until Westminster says otherwise.
You should look into the higher cases of cancer around Faslane and keep as far away from that area as possible. Even Falkirk is safer, unless immo’s on the Babychams.

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Post by JimmyMcGrory on Wed May 14, 2014 10:25 am

The BBC is a disgrace mate, a negative story day after day and that's just the news never mind their other current affairs shite

It's a funny thing the old clusters, they used to happen up in Thurso. Fuck all to do with that big nuclear reactor and the place being mainly populated by sheep. No siree it must have been incredibly bad luck that wasn't replicated in other parts of the Highlands

As for the Holy Loch, I passed alongside a couple of years back while killing time on a work jaunt. I do like Argyle & Bute but I tend to keep as far away from Greenock as humanly possible Very Happy  I would like to see the Crinnan Canal though and I'm hitting Grangemouth to see the Kelpies this year

You're a bad influence Cheers

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Post by test on Wed May 14, 2014 11:32 pm

Didn’t know about the clusters around Thursk, thank you. How would you tell if there was a cluster of deformed babies in Thursk though, that’s the normal look for arboreal highlanders (apart from your handsome, ging-herr self) isn’t it?

Are you voting yes, and if so, how do you think it will benefit Scotland?

Ooh, would like to see pics (no nature, just man made things of interest, nature should be avoided at all costs) and a review of your trip to the Crinnan Canal.

A guy stopped me while I was walking on Monday to explain and ask my opinion on the 10 year project they’d just started on some woodland. He was so enthusiastic I didn’t have the heart to say they should be concreting over the fields not replanting them as grass meadows and the trees they’d cut down should be replaced by wind turbines.

Take a look what Furniture Went Mad has to say about the Kelpies, it might save you the trauma of Falkirk.
Falkirk, like nature, should also be avoided at all costs, the only reason to visit is to see immo. Be careful though, immo lays some MK Ultra voodoo on me. Whenever we’ve talked on Skype I wake up two days later with paint on my hands. I look in my phone’s gallery and there are pictures of mo’s house with abusive messages daubed on it with the same colour paint on my hands. Most perplexing.



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Post by JimmyMcGrory on Thu May 22, 2014 3:07 am

Thanks for the review crown, I'd still like to see them and see what they're all about. I'll probably tie it in with a visit to the Falkirk Wheel, if apathy doesn't get me first. Then I'll likely never set foot in the Forth Valley again cheers 

Aye I'm voting yes mate, I see it as a once in a lifetime opportunity (certainly my lifetime anyways). We need to determine our own future and make choices about what is good for us. Not cunts in London

I'd like to see us attracting business into the country by offering tax breaks to the right companies, I certainly don't believe all the scaremongering by the CBI and such like. The biggest threat to us is remaining part of the union and getting another five years of Tory rule. Gideon et all will really have it in for us should we not have the balls to say goodbye

For the future I see a Green Socialist utopia with closer links to Europe Very Happy 

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Post by test on Fri May 23, 2014 1:35 am

Thank you for your thoughts, James.

I voted Green today in the European Elections. Mo was so proud he gained a semi. Having dealt with the semi he bought me a Celtic shirt, I would have preferred a bicycle.

When Mo gets back he’s going to send immo and I to bed without any tea for all this abuse we’ve given him. You will probably get away with a mild admonishment, fucking teacher’s pet.

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Post by Immo on Sat May 24, 2014 7:07 am

Great clip - and summat that definitely needed saying.

The waste of money angle is a dead-end - most of the funding came from sources outwith the council's normal budget.

Aesthetically tho, they're fuckin awful - a super-sized version of those faux-Celtic/hippy bullshit abominations that seem to litter every bastard roundabout from Fawkirk northwards...  Evil or Very Mad 

My answer to the referendum Q is yes of course.

I was swayed by the fact that all of the independent economic analyses (the FT's one in particular) concluded that there is no earthly reason why Scotland shouldn't thrive as an independent country.

That and the fact that the 'No' campaign seemed to be supported by self-serving wankers who had nothing to offer but scare stories.

Galloway's insistence, in the Irish Post yesterday, that all Tims should beware of the anti-catholic tendencies of the Scottish establishment was the last nail in their coffin as far as I was concerned.

Cringe-worthy, victim-status-ridden pish.  Evil or Very Mad 

Personally, I look forward to the opportunity to kick their foosty, bigoted masonic arses from John o' Groats to Dumfries in the new independent Scotia.  Fight   cheers

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Post by Gladstone on Sat May 24, 2014 11:27 pm

Fantastic boost for the Yes campaign with UKiP’s success south of the border: a wakeup call for all the switherers I’d hope.

I’ve seen all these economic arguments from ‘No’ and ‘Yes’: take no notice of them.

Can’t recall any of these fiscal geniuses warning of the post 2007 global financial crisis, and if they couldn’t manage to do that, then pay no heed to notices of fear from them now.

If we make mistakes, then at least they’re our own mistakes.

I’d hope that a Yes vote will be the first step in disassociating Scotland from the parasitical royal family, and no longer will we be represented by the Union Flag, with young Scots never again used as cannon fodder in wars.

I heard the Tory part political broadcast announce that anyone under the age of 56 had never been given the opportunity to have a say on whether they were part of the EU or not: no-one is still around who witnessed the 1707 Act of Union.


And the child killing Kelpies:

Immo wrote:
The waste of money angle is a dead-end - most of the funding came from sources outwith the council's normal budget.

See what you’re saying here Immo, but money is just money to me: doesn’t matter how it’s wasted, the argument that it came from a different budget doesn’t wash.

A gigantic James Finlayson statue at Larbert Cross would have come in much cheaper, and been relevant to the area.

Here's a painting of the man which is exhibited in the Commercial Hotel at the Cross:

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Post by JimmyMcGrory on Thu May 29, 2014 11:09 am

I'm that drunk, that looks like a real statue to me Glad. Is it the Predator? Very Happy 

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Post by test on Fri May 30, 2014 6:10 am

JimmyMcGrory wrote:I'm that drunk, that looks like a real statue to me Glad. Is it the Predator? Very Happy 

Very good, James.
I'm going to award you funniest poster of the year already. That baldy cunt can't be trusted with the responsibilities of award giving, he'll only fuck it up like he did last year and soil himself (like he did last year) at the magnitude of the job.

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Post by Immo on Sat May 31, 2014 7:55 am

Thinking about attending this.

http://www.newsnetscotland.com/index.php/scottish-news/9267-snap-protest-against-bbc-referendum-bias-set-to-take-place

Will definitely be in the Raploch on the 26th of next month.

(Faeceboak alert  Neutral )

https://www.facebook.com/events/252810464906287/

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Post by Immo on Thu Jun 05, 2014 9:02 am

Terrific piece.  cheers 

With an Only Ones ref yet!!  Suspect Shocked Smile 

http://nationalcollective.com/2014/06/04/john-mcintosh-thats-love-country-music/


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Post by Immo on Thu Jun 05, 2014 10:01 am

"...when they ask you, choose win. Choose danger. Choose risk. Choose tears. Choose pain. Choose sadness. Choose adulthood. Choose standing on your own two feet. Chose being as good as. Choose to embrace your own darkness, and then blaze a trail across the sky. Enough of this shit – this sailing round the harbour, this not trying in case we fail. And anyway, if we do fail (as the increasingly desperate voices of the vested interests tell us we surely will) then so be it. God knows they’ve failed often enough. We’ll get up and fail again; we’ll fail better and then we’ll keep on failing. And then we’ll finally get it right."


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Post by test on Sun Sep 07, 2014 6:23 pm

Desperation is seeping in now, border guards between Scotland and England? Dearie me:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/scottish-independence/scottish-independence-ed-miliband-raises-prospect-of-guards-along-the-border-if-scotland-votes-yes-9716639.html

I’m very surprised they haven’t manufactured a terrorist attack, or a “major incident” at least, in Scotland, there’s time I suppose. That reminds me, must look into the car that attacked Glasgow airport in 2007.

And NATO. Ooh, Scotland can remain a member as long as it keeps Nuclear weapons, what a scary threat expulsion from NATO would be. I mean, countries are lining up to invade non NATO members aren’t they? NATO protects corporations not people. NATO, the UN, The Red Cross, dodgy as fuck and all for the benefit of corporations.

It’s irrelevant anyway, Trident will be staying.

The only thing Scotland has to fear from independence is me moving into, mo’s spare room.

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Post by supermo on Mon Sep 08, 2014 5:58 am

A Yes vote is a no-brainer. It's now or never.
We can set an example as a small nation that said no to unrestrained capitalism and the "me me me" society.
Or we can be a bunch of fearties and vote No. In which case let no cunt pretend this is actually a country that can think for itself.

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Post by Gladstone on Mon Sep 08, 2014 10:27 am

Maybe not 'now or never': folk may see the fuck up they've made when we have a Boris/Nigel partnership.


A few weeks ago I thought there was no chance....... the media controls so much in the voters' minds. But now?

Can anyone remember a critical Scottish hostage situation in the past.....?

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Post by test on Tue Sep 09, 2014 11:35 pm

Jam tomorrow:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-29113547

What’s worrying is some people will believe this and vote no.



The pressure is ramping up now, with no union, no pound threats, expulsion from the EU, etc. Those three wise men in the Pot Still on that chilly January evening predicted this period would be crucial for independence. If I was in Glasgow now I’d be shoulder to shoulder with them manning the barricades, if manning the barricades involved wandering around lovesick, dribbling at the architectural splendour and drinking in the cheapest pubs I could find.


Mo coming out (did you see what I did there, immo?) and endorsing independence is a tacit admission he’s going to adopt me and install me in his spare room. A lock for the door has been specified though, I don’t want him wandering in and offering to massage my legs after a cycle ride. He’s a filthy beast.

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Post by test on Wed Sep 10, 2014 11:11 pm

Top twat David Cameron: "I love my country more than I love my party."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-29136699

These cunts will be pissing themselves laughing they’ve hoodwinked you once again if there’s a “No” vote.

Ask yourself this, if these cunts are trying so hard to keep the union and so the status quo, don’t you think independence must be better and fairer for you?





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Post by test on Thu Sep 11, 2014 11:59 pm

Banned For Voting No


At this very moment comrade Gladstone is utilising his stalking investigative techniques to monitor immo’s whereabouts who votes "No" in the referendum. Voting "No" defies our glorious leader Napoleon Mo, who is always right (but bald), and will result in a permanent ban from Stennymad Farm.

In a pre-emptive purge, comrade bewls has been banned, mainly because comrade immo doesn’t like him, and comrade mita because he’s a cunt.

Comrade Gladstone is prepared to take comrade Jimmy’s word, because our magnificent leader will not sanction train fares to the Highlands as he needs the funds for hair restorer. Comrade Sev’s word will also be taken, as our leader of wonderment thinks Manchester, like Sugarcandy Mountain, doesn’t actually exist and comrade Gladstone will spend the money in Larbert’s dens of ill repute.

This edict pertains to all animals members, and just because you’re not named doesn’t mean comrade Gladstone isn’t watching you, it is his hobby after all.

Here ends the proclamation.

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Post by test on Sat Sep 13, 2014 11:23 pm

I really didn’t want to post this in case it does more harm than good, but also, forewarned is forearmed.

The linked article outlines pretty much how I see independence going, there won’t be any.
Like the article, I think there will probably be an “incident” of some kind to sway voters to keep the union and if that doesn’t work then the vote will be rigged. The cunts don’t want independence so it’s not going to happen:

http://aanirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/false-flag-coming.html

I’m posting, like most of the stuff I post, so people can recognise when they’re being lied to and will hopefully question the rubbish they’re being fed.

You will still be banned from Stennymad Farm for voting “No”.

Don’t believe what some cunt off the internet tells you though, even if this cunt is so confident of a “No” vote, if I’m wrong I promise to take Mo for lunch in The Crystal Palace.

Jesus, I hope I’m wrong, for all our sakes.

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Post by supermo on Sun Sep 14, 2014 3:00 am

I have it on good authority that as recently as Thursday internal polling for the Yes side has them at figures approaching 60%. There is no doubt that the real figures are being deliberately played down by the establishment and its compliant media in the hope that a narrow no lead will put off some voters and therefore become reality.

The cunts have lost everywhere except Edinburgh so far.

We'll see what happens between now and next Friday but I fear it won't be pretty.

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Post by bewlay on Sun Sep 14, 2014 6:31 pm

supermo wrote:I have it on good authority that as recently as Thursday internal polling for the Yes side has them at figures approaching 60%. There is no doubt that the real figures are being deliberately played down by the establishment and its compliant media in the hope that a narrow no lead will put off some voters and therefore become reality.

The cunts have lost everywhere except Edinburgh so far.

We'll see what happens between now and next Friday but I fear it won't be pretty.

so wont a narrow lead inspire Yes voters to get out as well?

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Post by supermo on Sun Sep 14, 2014 9:24 pm

I believe the calculation by Better Together is that if it looks like they're winners then a few Yes waverers won't bother turning out. Big assumption.

Their entire campaign seems to be run on the basis of focus groups.

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Post by JimmyMcGrory on Wed Sep 17, 2014 9:25 pm

Lets be honest Mo, despite a neck and neck race there has been little to no support for yes from the media. They are without doubt a shower of cunts, the exceptions being the Sunday Herald and the Guardian

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/sep/16/media-shafted-people-scotland-journalists

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