Can anyone recommend any good podcasts? I'm quite open to the topics, I listen in the background at work and will happy have anything from Scottish football to Economist. Thanks in advance for any tips.
On BBC just now. All hugely important inventions, but for me it's the steam combustion engine, and thus the mass railway system, by a distance.
My son wanted a guitar for his birthday and we looked on guitar guitar..........bloody expensive !
Anyway, he's a beginner and the guy said to spend approx. £150 to see how it goes.
He's also a leftie.
Can anyone offer advice on a) the best guitar to buy in that price range and b) where could...
Just wondering how this works. Apparently its over 40 acts within 11 venues in the Leith area over 2 days in October. Anyone know if that's true or not. Quite fancy going to see John Power from Cast but can only find day tickets for the Saturday. Just wondering how it works and if...
I know there's quite a few posters on here who are interested in matters of the cosmos, so I thought I'd start a thread to keep us all together.
Im currently watching a documentary on dark matter, a subject that I find fascinating. The latest theory seems to be that it is comprised from a particle...
With all the carnage & general crap that's going on these days, I wish. I had a time machine to wheeched me back to the sixties when as the flower people we thought we could make a peaceful world.
Alas, we voted the wrong people into power - all over the 'free' world.
Having a rather lively discussion with the Mrs... What's your favourite driving music?
I'm not a huge rap fan but I love whacking on some NWA/Dre/Snoop etc when going from A to B.
I've just signed up to Scotland's people and I am amazed that how easy it was to find my ancestors.
Within 25 minutes I had Wedding certificates that enabled me to trace back to 1850 when public records began .
I can go back further using the church records but although I can find a couple of...
Last year I switched from Scottisg Power to N Power. I have gas and electricity and live in a 3 bed semi.
I was paying £78 per month and this has just been revised and they now want me to pay £229 per month .
Be careful if you are switching for a cheaper deal.
It might seem cheap...
Any HR types here or general employment law type gurus?
What do you think of this situation? Im not sure if theres any set way of doing this but suppose it would at least help resolve an argument!
Permanent Part time contracts...
1 person says to stipulate the exact working hours of the...
Long weekend for my 50th in August, apart from the popular attractions any recommendations? Particularly restaurants for the Saturday night.
I'm in no way a Stone Roses fan, but I was quite shocked to run past Ian Brown today in Lanark of all places!
Apparently he's giving evidence in the Fred Talbot trial that's taking place at the court here!
Really into it .. Looking for action is one of their best songs it's really something special. The 'deluxe' album is on Spotify and includes their live set from The King Power Stadium just after Leicester won the league
looking at this today: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39792170
Are there new Scottish fivers as well? I have seen loads of the new ones but no Scottish currency as yet! If not how long can a Scottish fiver be used in the rest of the UK? (and NI who also have their own)
Sorry for the boring post, but can anyone recommend a company to supply and erect a prefabricated garage. Have one quote but would like a second, (there are some dodgy firms on Google).
Thanks for any advice.
Right who's going on Friday ?
Skids at Liquid Rooms
But listen to this did you know Richard Jobson was Hibby ?
go to 2:11:48 and hear him say it!
great album Scared To Dance
My boy is driving me nuts moaning about his trainers.
He's bought a pair of Nike Air Max with his own money. They were £120.
When walking one of them squeeks very loudly from the heel . It's sounds like Donald Duck :-)
At first I just thought he was whining like he does but after hearing it ,...
Looking for some advice about travelling solo - have many people done this and how did you feel about going solo?
I ve been bugging my brother into going back to new york but he is in two minds and well i am tempted to go solo but am a lil worried i guess a bit about beind judged as...
I bought tickets for me and the mrs to go and see Radiohead in Stockholm on June 9th. Mrs off the bar is a freelance journalist and will be crazy busy reporting on the election so our nice weekend away is ****ed. I'm raging.
Ticket company say all sales are final and no refunds. I'm still...
Anyone been to Hamburg at all?
Heading there for a stag do the second weekend in August, hoping to take in a game over there. Mix of Hibees, Celtic fans and Ayr fans going. Does anyone know of any football themed pubs?
For those that love all things from the Auchtermuchty Twins, I came across this YOUTUBE VID, James Corden and Anne Hathaway doing a sketch where one of the Proclaimers songs makes an appearance at 3:30.
Was having a conversation with a mate about the various excuses we have heard from people we have managed over the years. Here's a few, what other have you had?
Girlfriend locked me in the house and took my keys with her.
Wife used all my petrol so had to leave car and get the bus.
Anyone know if you can just turn up on the day and get to see the Pandas or do you need to book in advance?
We have just signed up as members and get free access to all their sites for the Wife and I and 6 kids for £7.24 a month.
We also get 18 months for the price of 12.
After visiting Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle , it has paid for itself already.
Off to Melrose Abbey today.
No. 1 = Milton Road at Mountcastle Drive.
No. 2 = A921 (between Inverkeithing & Dalgety Bay) at junction with Hillend Road.
No. 3 = Any roadworks where there's no sign of any work being done
I've taken a job in Manchester as has my other half. We've arranged everything for the move and move in a week or so. Generally looking forward to it.
Are there any Hibees on here based in or around Manchester?
Might be good for advice on the City in time or even to maybe grab a pint and...
I don't think I've ever posted on here, but I used to post on the main forum many moons ago.
I live up in the Outer Hebrides so don't get much chance to see Hibs.
The Health Board and the NHS are trying to sell up Gravir Surgery to the Landowner (Pairc Trust) against the wishes of the...
How to play;
Someone posts a famous line from a film or TV show.
You must then identify the source of the quote and reply with another famous line which would be an appropriate response to the first one.
Some editorial license is allowed, like name changes, as long as the quote is still...
Just for fun :wink:
So where do your immediate family hail from?
Me, born in England (Blackpool), parents both English (Fleetwood and Burnaze (thats near Fleetwood)) grandparents three English (Hull, Bolton and Fleetwood) and one Welsh (near Cardiff).
I'm heading to Salford tomorrow and looking to be there around half ten.
Travelling from Livingston along the M8, will the roadworks at Ballieston affect my journey time getting across to the M74.
Should I maybe go along the A71?
It's probably nothing, but we'll just do a quick prostate examination just to be sure.:rolleyes:
I am sure there are plenty of tradesmen on here that work in folks houses all the times. What are some of the funniest incidents that have happened to you.
I have quite a few as a Snooker/Pool table fitter so I'll start.
Two of us were putting a 10ft table in a roof space conversion when the...
A bloke got nicked in West pilton last night for allegedly knocking off a wee scrote that allegedly nicked his motor bike. What would you have done in that situation baring in mind he theiving of bikes and riding them like something out of mad max has been going on for a while now.
"My Beauty Tips" -Davie Dodds
"Fair Play" - Craig Thomson.
"New Year Celebrations 1973" - Jim Jeffries
"History of The Rangers" - Dave King
"Playing for Hibs" - Rab Shannon
"Forgotten England World Cup Wins" - David Coleman
This is a great forum to read, discuss, argue, sniff sniff (juuust kidding admins :wink:) and talk all things Hibs, but who are your favourite posters?
Just for fun, reveal your admiration for some of your fellow hibees who maybe don't realise you like their stuff and spread a bit of hibs.net...
Need a few more responses on my uni survey on risk management, shouldn't take longer than a couple of minutes.
If you're a business owner do this one instead: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SS5TWWL
1) The guy with the wiggly bum - MoneySuperMarket :sick:
2) The twat with the curly wurly moustache - Go Compare :chop:
3) The guy that does their voice over - Wickes. :brickwall
Any reccomendations for Comedy Clubs (as in venues not advice about when to visit and not visit the loo)
Anyone been to the Monkey Barrel? Any good?
Reading the BBC website today and two headlines caught my eye.
They speak volumes about today's society.
1) "SCOTTISH POLICE AUTHORITY BOSS DEFENDS £950-A-DAY ACCOUNTANT"
2) "SOME HOSPITALS SPENDING 94P PER MEAL"
Can anyone spot any more "opposite headlines"?
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