|Ah Yes... the blokey from BP made a personal statement, not on behalf of BP,|
saying that he would worry about doing business in an independent Scotland.
He somehow feels that this would be worse than doing business in Libya and Nigeria.
|Dave's first draft. Someone thought that talking about the |
History of England was a better bet. Duh! Spads these days huh!
|Add the personality of a wet weekend in Cleethorpes and you sum the man up|
|What was it Ozzy said about uncertainty stopping investment? Liar?|
|They were wrong about every single one of their predictions of gloom. |
THEY LIE PEOPLE. Either that or they are some extra special kind of thick.
|Nah, right enough, it was lying.|
|Damn, a paper that tells the truth about money, and Oh, look, it's the FT.|
Now what would they know about financial matters?
|We are heading back to the Victorian days. You have to be rich to get any justice.|
Justice isn't for ordinary people on the minimum wage
who don't have £12 to spare never mind £1200.
|Goodness: What a shock.|
Incidentally, I've just noticed that Stewart Campbell has posted about the amazing number of page hits that he has been getting.
Of course first and foremost it is attributable to the fact that his blog is quite simply brilliant.
He gets the stories, he researches, he links, he writes in a flowing, informative, amusing style, and he's bang on. Although he has come to verbal (or written) blows with people in positions who could easily take him to court, he is sure of his facts and he stands his ground... then they back off. Or (I think I'm right here) they never even broach the subject, pretending they haven't seen the story (Ian Smart).
But of course the Daily Mail has to take some of the credit for Stewart's record breaking figures.
In an attempt to put him (and us) down with their pathetic front page feature on Cybernats (the one which all but ignored the fact that there were equally as many Britnats saying equally repugnant things), they insisted on highlighting Wings over Scotland on a couple of occasions.
Well... for all its faults, the Mail has the third largest tabloid circulation in Scotland... and