Brilliant again! But where's the supremely evil SNP tax headline?
Excellent Conan - love the horrible smiley face. It's a shame that voting Labour has been entrenched in Glasgow NE for over 70yrs and it's still the most deprived area of the UK. You'd think they'd give the SNP a chance to offer something better.
Thanks Dram, lost too much definition in the photo, so it squeezed the evil tax out.We have hopes GV, so long as there's a postal strike...
The snp are not going to win Glasgow north east and thats a factoid.......never! never! never!
Will you thcweam and thceam till you're thick Niko? You can stop now...
Har har - guid yin.
Must admit he looks really glaikit in that outfit but then again he always does and so do all those who wear it. I seem to recall a certain photograph where the referee Tiny Wharton and the captain of Rangers were appearing to give each other a certain hand-shake - it's possibly a unionist trait/or not as the case may be.
Aye, the postal strike could put the mockers on the Labour win that they are all anticipating. Imagine too that they've wasted all these stamps!I think I heard somewhere that something in the region of 45% of the population of the ward is dependent on Incapacity Benefit (although that may only be a part of the ward), but I wonder how Gordon's gonna explain that he will have them out of the house, on a course, then downgrade their benefit to JSA... or whatever it's called now....?I'd take some heavies with me if I were him.
This quote from the Scotsman"One party source said Mr Brown represented Labour's "strongest campaigning tool" and would be a welcome addition to the campaign."I almost agree...
Sma sinn.That face looks familiar.Now where did I first encounter yon?Ach aye, twas many moons agoOn the playing fields of Kirkcauldy High, no less.Between neighbouring Naemoor/Lendrickmuir residendial and themselves, ah believe.How's yer keeker these days, Broon?Aye weel, if folk knew then what they ken now...perhaps more effort would have been expended in the encounters. Eh Broon?.
Fancy another game of cricket, hockey or rugby foe auld times sake, Broon?Ah'll oblige ye, so ah will..
I'd chose rugby wisnaeme, far better than a poke in the eye wi a shairp stick.