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Graeme last won the day on December 23 2018

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  1. In this thread, can Dazey still make the 'quoted for posterity' compilation extravaganza when Trump officially ceases to be President?
  2. My god, I've never heard a speech from him like it. He's like a terrible actor with an ego phoning it in after being given a role and a script that he clearly hates every word of. On the one hand it's kinda hilarious to see him do this through gritted teeth, but on the other - no-one should let him off the hook because he stood up and mimed his way through a box-checking exercise. Go for the jugular and make him answer for being an unrepentant, incorrigible, egomaniacal, duplicitous, fascist dick.
  3. Maybe wait and see if we get through the day without anyone getting shot dead before comments like this, dude...
  4. And the award for bump of the year goes to... (In fairness, the year is only two days old, but yknow...)!
  5. Bliadhna mhath ùr, MyGNR! Lang may yer lums reek!
  6. Found this quite a good, and level-headed read https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/dec/29/the-guardian-view-on-the-future-of-the-union-britain-faces-breakup?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Other&fbclid=IwAR0QwBENzw738nsYMpY1glzW_7-827bOrzTYJq2154hZiZ_OOJEW1Z0xXFY. The Guardian's editorial stance has traditionally been anti-independence, but they seem to have mournfully come round to the idea that since we're pulling in a different direction with regard to most areas of governance, it's really only fair to let us go. The Guardian view on the future of the union:
  7. I played Don't Cry with him back in 2015, he's got a lot of fresh projects going on and I think he's pretty firmly focussed on writing and playing new music, but he's not averse to jamming Guns songs at shows, especially since he knows some people are fans of his from his days in the band.
  8. Buses (the 38, the 9, the 9A, the 10, possibly more) go from Union Street just next to Glasgow Central Station (East side) to Bellahouston Drive, just next to the park. They take about 25 minutes. Alternatively, you can take the subway from Buchanan Street or St. Enoch to Ibrox (about 12 minutes), walk south down Copland Road and then walk west along Paisley Road West, which would take you another 15-20 minutes at a brisk pace.
  9. Remember that time people were dancing in school hallways to Better?
  10. I love this <3 . Nollaig Chridheil dhuibh uile!
  11. Singer-Songwriter, Florrie: She writes absolute bops as well as being this good-looking. Some people get all the talent.
  12. Trying to sugarcoat this absolute shitshow .
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