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20/02/16 You lying, duplicitous, bastards.

  This was my working title for the blog – others included ‘Do you really think we’re that stupid?’ or the more generously phrased, ‘Who are you kidding?’ Have you read this? Have you? Have you?  It’s the 5 year … 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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22/03/15 The One Hundred

#wordsdontcount Jeremy Clarkson allegedly does something to his producer for apparently not providing him with a nourishing tasty meal after a hard day’s Top Gearing. The powers that be at the BBC shut down Top Gear PLC to allow time … Continue reading

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15/02/14 They eat their own children…don’t they?

During the first, second and probably every other war there’s ever been, combatants have been encouraged, cajoled and indoctrinated to distance themselves from their foes. They’re not like you…they’re monsters…cockroaches…they… It was a hugely diluted version of this otherness, this … Continue reading

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