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yeah you must register so as to rise up and turf out the snpbadusurpers and return the righteous back into their proper placeas the true leaders of all the Scottish peoplesNobody living can ever stop me,As I go walking that freedom highway;Nobody living can ever make me turn backThis land was made for you and me. vote Labour remember snpbad snpbad snpbad snpbadsnpbad snpbad snpbad snpbadsnpbad snpbad snpbad snpbadTir nam Beann, nan Gaisgeach,’s nan Gleann,’S i Tir nan Gaisgeach a th’ann
A tad more unhinged than usual, Niko?
Even Iggy, in his most drug addled tight pants, wouldn't vote for Kez and her stooges.
Tir nam Beann, nan Gaisgeach,’s nan Gleann,’S i Tir nan Gaisgeach a th’annA hero’s land of hill and glen, this is the Land of Brave Men.
Niko... Put Taz on will you. You're making no sense.
Hoots... it's hard to imagine, but it does seem that way.Jim... Aye true, but Niko will!
Being an old Stooges fan, I recognised The Passenger straight away.Kudos Niko for your taste in music, if not your political affiliation.
You're so much cooler than I am, Jim!
I've never understood the "cool" thing. I always thought people trying to be cool were, well, uncool. It's like all those eighties teen movies, with the popular kids thinking they are cool, the real cool kids thought for themselves and didn't care about the prom or the football team.I've always liked punk and the bands before it that set the stage, the Stooges, MC5 and 60's surfer punk. Then there's the Kinks, in my opinion way better than the Beatles, then everyone's favourite country singer Johnny Cash; now he was cool.
Ah... It's just that I've never liked anything that was overly trendy.I'm actually more a Sibelius man than a punk rocker :)I suppose as he came form Finland that's more "cold" than "cool".
I enjoy some classical music too. Saint-Saëns, Danse macabre is a favourite.
To be honest, I enjoy anything that is good. Well done. Except for opera, which I find screeching (although I love the choruses).Bangera (is that how you spell it), traditional Scottish/irish music, specially when it's given a bit of a beat, and really good and musically correct singers too. (I've got really good ears and I can hear a bum note from the back stalls!)Danse macabre is superb!
Insightful as ever Niko.
You been on the meths again little buddy?
Labour the righteous, there you go, nice new slogan. New career beckons Niko. The party of brown envelopes, Brown nosers to the elites and good all round toughers.I will pass on wishing you luck selling that one.
Apologies. Should read troughers.
I think "toughers" works as well...remembering back to some of the carryings on in Labour in Glasgow
Off to the golf. Have a good day everyone.
LOL... Have a good day Golfy.