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    I didn't ask what you thought the organisers should do. I asked you what you would do/deem to be the correct type of protest, given your dismissal of what did take place.

    As for making it easy for the right - and assuming you are not on that side of the spectrum - I tend to think that it is you, who by parroting their talking points, legitimises their stance. Arguing with the right is usually a futile exercise anyway.

    By the way, how on earth do you get that a turnout that in your mind was so bad backs up the view that an elite is running things? You get that from a few vox pop interviews? And finally - I didn't have a piss-poor turnout. I had zero involvement and didn't attend. I do have respect for those who did, and think the pettiness of the criticism does you no favour.
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    Would you not be better asking somebody whose skill set is getting the message out, rather than somebody who received it

    What I would do is of no consequence. I've already told you I am a mentalist

    I'm not a right winger, I think I know how they think though. I work with a lot of them. You are dealing with inverted snobs who basically see themselves as put on by "them"

    It's kind of hard to tie them down to who "they" actually are, but it seems to be anybody who they see as looking down.

    If my criticism is petty, it's a reaction to what I saw as foolish, futile and petty behaviour.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chic Murray View Post
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    Would you not be better asking somebody whose skill set is getting the message out, rather than somebody who received it

    What I would do is of no consequence. I've already told you I am a mentalist

    I'm not a right winger, I think I know how they think though. I work with a lot of them. You are dealing with inverted snobs who basically see themselves as put on by "them"

    It's kind of hard to tie them down to who "they" actually are, but it seems to be anybody who they see as looking down.

    If my criticism is petty, it's a reaction to what I saw as foolish, futile and petty behaviour.
    It is of consequence - I'm interested because you're so against what happened it just seems odd that you wouldn't have an idea of how it should have been done better. Criticising without any idea of an alternative is ultimately howling at the moon stuff.

    I think you've nailed the right wings stance on things though - on that we can agree at least.

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    Best thing chic Murray said


    Do you know the battersea dogs home?

    I didn't even know it had been away.
    #Persevered
    Scotland can be a beacon, within these islands and beyond, for a socially just and sustainable society. Whilst there are many priorities which will require independence, there is also much that can and must be done now by the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golden Fleece View Post
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    Best thing chic Murray said


    Do you know the battersea dogs home?

    I didn't even know it had been away.
    Are you a pole-vaulter?

    No, I'm a German. How did you know my name was Wolter?
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    God bless the internet 😂
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    #Persevered
    Scotland can be a beacon, within these islands and beyond, for a socially just and sustainable society. Whilst there are many priorities which will require independence, there is also much that can and must be done now by the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    Are you a pole-vaulter?

    No, I'm a German. How did you know my name was Wolter?
    Hope I've got this right.


    I was looking out the window and saw this man walking past, and he lifted the gate off the hinges. I was going to go out and give him what for but was afraid he might take offence.
    #Persevered
    Scotland can be a beacon, within these islands and beyond, for a socially just and sustainable society. Whilst there are many priorities which will require independence, there is also much that can and must be done now by the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golden Fleece View Post
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    Hope I've got this right.


    I was looking out the window and saw this man walking past, and he lifted the gate off the hinges. I was going to go out and give him what for but was afraid he might take offence.


    I knocked, and this woman opened the door in her nightgown.

    I thought "funny place to have a door".

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    I knocked, and this woman opened the door in her nightgown.

    I thought "funny place to have a door".
    I once met a cowboy who had trousers, shirt and hat made of brown paper, he was wanted for rustling.
    #Persevered
    Scotland can be a beacon, within these islands and beyond, for a socially just and sustainable society. Whilst there are many priorities which will require independence, there is also much that can and must be done now by the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golden Fleece View Post
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    Do you know the battersea dogs home?

    I didn't even know it had been away.
    At last!

    So, I was going to a wedding in Blackpool, and I asked this lady at the other table, "what's the best way to walk"

    She said, "put one foot in front of the other".

    I saw her later that day coming towards me in the street. I knew she was coming towards me, she was getting bigger all the time.

    She had an incredibly long nose . the woman with the extraordinarily long nose. I've nothing against long noses – they run in our family.

    When the woman hung her hooter in the air, she was able to say, with absolute certainty: "There's someone cooking cabbage in Manchester".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozymandias View Post
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    It is of consequence - I'm interested because you're so against what happened it just seems odd that you wouldn't have an idea of how it should have been done better. Criticising without any idea of an alternative is ultimately howling at the moon stuff.

    I think you've nailed the right wings stance on things though - on that we can agree at least.
    Can't believe I spent the whole of yesterday doing anything that would remotely appear to be pro Trump.

    After reflecting, the demo was meant to be silly, I get that now. If people chose that way to mark history's card, so be it.

    You ask what I would do differently. Firstly, I'd be demonstrating at the Foreign Office.

    I quite liked the poll tax riots as a way of changing things, and I also admire the Women in Black.

    Trump is a buffoon just now, but I fear his second term may turn very sinister, I think our government should stay away

    One thing on how people perceived it though. Next time you look at Jacob Rees - Mogg and think "that's everything that's wrong with the right". Stop for a minute and consider that some of the exhibitionists on display on Saturday are probably representative of how right wingers see the left.

    I fear we are drifting into the Rainbow Coalition territory that was so disastrous in the 80s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chic Murray View Post
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    At last!

    So, I was going to a wedding in Blackpool, and I asked this lady at the other table, "what's the best way to walk"

    She said, "put one foot in front of the other".

    I saw her later that day coming towards me in the street. I knew she was coming towards me, she was getting bigger all the time.

    She had an incredibly long nose . the woman with the extraordinarily long nose. I've nothing against long noses Ė they run in our family.

    When the woman hung her hooter in the air, she was able to say, with absolute certainty: "There's someone cooking cabbage in Manchester".
    She fell over, and her nose lodged in the tram tracks. So we just threw one of her legs over the power line and pushed her all the way to Squire's Gate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    She fell over, and her nose lodged in the tram tracks. So we just threw one of her legs over the power line and pushed her all the way to Squire's Gate.

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    The next day at breakfast they brought me honey. It was in a cup the size of a thimble. I said, "oh, I see you keep a bee'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chic Murray View Post
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    The next day at breakfast they brought me honey. It was in a cup the size of a thimble. I said, "oh, I see you keep a bee'
    She asked me "Aperitif?"

    "Why? Is the steak tough?"


    "Would you like a Macon?"

    "Why? You going to spill it?"



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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    She asked me "Aperitif?"

    "Why? Is the steak tough?"


    "Would you like a Macon?"

    "Why? You going to spill it?"



    Sigh....
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    He said, "why didn't you?"

    I said, "they didn't let five year olds into medical school".


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    I thought this was meant to be the Donald Trump thread?

    Off you go, you small boys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    I thought this was meant to be the Donald Trump thread?

    Off you go, you small boys.

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    Iím certainly not a fan of mr Trump, nor am I against protesting against his policies and position as a world leader.

    Iím not sure how all the personal insults used in protest sits with me in terms of criticising someone for being a hateful character, though. Maybe Iím just reading too much into it though.

    I despise his fanboy Piers Morgan a lot more than trump though. I never seek to find Piers Morgan comments or pictures but somehow he always manages to appear. **** of the highest order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    I thought this was meant to be the Donald Trump thread?

    Off you go, you small boys.
    Have you given the petit choux any more thoughts?


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    Quote Originally Posted by WeeRussell View Post
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    Iím certainly not a fan of mr Trump, nor am I against protesting against his policies and position as a world leader.

    Iím not sure how all the personal insults used in protest sits with me in terms of criticising someone for being a hateful character, though. Maybe Iím just reading too much into it though.

    I despise his fanboy Piers Morgan a lot more than trump though. I never seek to find Piers Morgan comments or pictures but somehow he always manages to appear. **** of the highest order.
    Morgan's an old hack and a wind-up merchant.

    We should worry less about Trump and more about our own problems which are considerable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    She asked me "Aperitif?"

    "Why? Is the steak tough?"


    "Would you like a Macon?"

    "Why? You going to spill it?"



    Sigh....
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