Thursday, May 26, 2016

Nats for AV

Sometimes a mischievous thought won't let you go, and you just need to get it out of your system, even though you have a horrible feeling that not everyone will get/appreciate the joke...


So who's with me in the Nats For AV campaign? At least it'll save us the embarrassment of being on the same side as either David Cameron or Michael Gove.

21 comments:

  1. I don't get the reference I'm afraid. Sorry. What's the context?

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    1. This -

      http://bellacaledonia.org.uk/2010/11/30/important-announcement-an-independence-referendum-will-take-place-on-5th-may-2011/

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  2. Presumably, the hope is that the generally less motivated Remain supporters would be more likely to spoil their ballot papers than the frequently more committed Leave voters ?
    Thus another desperate nationalist tactic to try & boost the leave campaign - just like Salmond & Sturgeon's antics on the campaign trail - ostensibly supporting Remain whilst praying for Brexit - & surreptitiously trying to engineer it - e.g. by constantly criticising campaign strategy in order to undermine it. Expect to hear more of this over the next few weeks

    Hopefully voters in Scotland & across the UK will see through all this, & realise that to nationalists, the only issue that matters, that has ever mattered, or will ever matter, is independence -& to have a chance of that we need another indyref, & If that means campaigning for victory for the likes of Boris, Farage, Galloway & the BNP then so be it !

    DG

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    1. Davy, I really would like to help you understand the concept of satire, but I fear it may require a surgical intervention.

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    2. ....& also of course, with Scotland so heavily in favour or remain, most spoil ballot papers will be votes lost for Remain - again, an attempt to boost the leave campaign. You couldn't make this stuff up !!

      DG

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    3. Are you a spoof account? Nobody can be this slow on the uptake, surely?

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  3. Kantankarous PaulMay 26, 2016 at 9:37 PM

    This IS Funny

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  4. Glasgow Working Class 2May 26, 2016 at 9:39 PM

    Ach Ja, Zie Nat sis AV it

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    1. Glasgow Working Class 2May 26, 2016 at 9:50 PM

      Excuse the wanker above getting his her name wrong. I must actually be getting through to those anti working class fookin Nat si idiots thus the impersonators. Up yer Kilt Jimmy.

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    2. 23, a gift that keeps on giving.

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  5. Glasgow Working Class 2May 26, 2016 at 10:33 PM

    Great news Kim Jung Eck wants another referendum if we vote to leave the corrupt EU. All Nat sis should vote to leave then we will have another referendum in Scotland. Bring it on Nat sis.

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    1. Glasgow Working Class is secretly a YES

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    2. Glasgow Working Class 2May 26, 2016 at 11:18 PM

      Depends, yes to remain or yes to leave that is the question.

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    3. "THAT WOULD BE AN ECUMENICAL MATTER!"

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  6. I have removed a comment (and four replies) because there was a dispute over the identity of the person who posted it. I've kept a copy, so I can repost if the comment turns out to be genuine.

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    1. James

      It wasn't genuine. It was a mischievous thought (and joke). I didn't think take you'd take the bate. I apologise for any harm done.

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    2. nor the bait

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    3. Glasgow Working Class 2May 26, 2016 at 11:36 PM

      You do jokes Nat si! I thought you were a joke.

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    4. Stop chewing your crayons, 23. You'll need them to write angry letters to the Dreary Heil.

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