Monthly Archives: April 2016

Son of Saul – a review

  I can think of many hells in recent history the human race has dumped upon itself in its tribal folly to rule the world. We could begin with Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Genocide as a state pastime Carpet bombing Vietnam and … Continue reading

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The Bitch Is In Heat Again

  The runt of colonialism that lied and cheated us out of the plebiscite is in heat again. The first UK parliament committee has met to discuss ways of blocking Scotland from  ever regaining full sovereignty. Listening to the first fifteen … Continue reading

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The SNP’s Achievements

What is the Scottish Government doing for me? No government gets uncritical support, especially one elected to govern a nation of hyper-judgmental, compulsive nit-pickers. We are quicker to criticise than praise. But the SNP has a lot of implemented policies to chose … Continue reading

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Jungle Book – a review

  You approach the latest version of The Jungle Book with a lot of scepticism. The Disney cartoon version, the last the union hatin’, commie hatin’ Walt worked on, was a glorious concoction of eccentric characters and terrific songs, songs you … Continue reading

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Wurr a’ Doomed!

  Malcolm Fraser is a clever architect He wins awards. Among a portfolio of excellent buildings sensitive to the Scottish tradition, he’s responsible for the Dance Studio behind Edinburgh Castle, in the Grassmarket. If he has an Achilles heel – and … Continue reading

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Economics for Dummies

A fellow ‘Twittererer’ wonders how he can get a handle on understanding modern economics. He used the expression, ‘Economics for Dummies’. My advice is simple: Forget understanding economic theories. Know what is right and just for the common good. After that most … Continue reading

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Interlude

An intermission I’m taking a short break. Click on the link below to hear an amazing Mexican guitar player. If this is still here when you return, play it again. http://www.msn.com/en-gb/video/watch/guitar-maestro-delights-crowds-with-sensational-riffs/vi-BBrBfnz?ocid=mailsignout    

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