Monthly Archives: May 2015

31/05/15 What is the meaning of this? 

A couple of days ago, Susie Boniface, under her Nom de plume, ‘Fleet Street Fox’ wrote this, er, somewhat enthusiastic piece about the Parker Family. As you may have read this is a family who have lived beyond their means…who have … Continue reading

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24/05/15 Up Periscope

Well really…you’ve just cheapened yourself with those tawdry thoughts… Whoops, sorry, that was me taking any opportunity for a schoolboy gag… Anyway, back to the actual story.  Thanks to a guy – Ronnie – who’s helping with Walk a Royal … Continue reading

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24/05/15 Walk a Mile the Brand…HHHEEELLPPP!!!

For those of you who’ve been following the walkamile gig for a while, you’ll know there’s an event looming, in conjunction with See Me in Edinburgh in September. Hopefully this’ll be the start of something altogether…more widespread. This means a … Continue reading

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13/05/15 Walk a Royal Mile

Whoa! Before any of you think…well, whatever you’re thinking…the Royal Mile I’m talking about is the one that goes from Edinburgh Castle down to the Scottish Parliament.  I’m looking for people to walk with me and others to talk and … Continue reading

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09/05/15 The “Aye Right’s” have it. 

‘Aye right’ is one of my favourite Scottish turns of phrase. It means ‘Is that so?’ with one eyebrow raised… Bluntly, it means, ‘I think you’re talking ballcocks’ Back in 2010, there were 45,597,461 registered voters on the UK Parliamentary register … Continue reading

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