|Outings for the workers. Labour hasn't changed a bit|
|On Twitter I asked her if she could account for this. She didn't.|
I presume she couldn't.
|Well, of course we wanted to gift these millions of pounds to our friends in England.|
It's not like we need the money to feed our starving children or anything
|NO NO NO, Peter. We are much Better Together.|
We're not like ordinary people. We like being poor.
|Well, at least they seem to have discovered who Lamont is. That is an improvement.|
|Yes, she was wrong about everything.|
In addition to keeping quiet about half the establishment apparently
having very funny tastes in sexual matters.
Never mind though, it's only our lives.
|Don't say we didn't tell you|
|Not looking good for what passes for an ordinary family in D C Thomson|
|We ignore this at our peril. As I've said before, she knows what she is talking about.|
|Rule Britannia. It was ever thus.|
|Over you you Alistair?|
Re,mind us how much better it is going to be!
|Yes, because like we need this gas to heat our homes, because there's nothing else .|
No wind, no waves, no hydro, no oil, no north sea gas.
|All alone, Jim, with your Irn Bru crate?|
Watch out for that auld woman you ignored.
She'll take her stick to you and no one will do squat .
I think the public are saying No Thanks to Jim.
|More at home with a submarine, before his demotion I suspect|
|I'm up for giving it a push on it's way.|
Think of all these billions of jobs it would bring to London.
Don't ask me...ask Jackie Baillie. She knows about them.