Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Take Your Pick




Governments and Charities Stealing Money and Rights from Disabled Folk

Scottish Independence?

Germany Passes Energy Tyranny Act

Premature Articulation

Gazan Youth Breaks Out

An Apology

Incredibly Accurate Climate Forecast for 2011

Iain Gray - not a statesman (part two)

A flutter on Hogmanay 2010

I owe my soul to the company store

2011 Predictions - Scottish Parliament elections

Rapacious 'Charity'

18 comments:

Captain Ranty said...

Thanks for the link Rosie.

There have been some brilliant comments.

It isn't a straightforward question, is it?

CR.

subrosa said...

My pleasure Ranty. I haven't read the comments today but will do. One of yours kind of narked me but I'll explain why at your place.

cynicalHighlander said...

CR certainly likes a rant and as to some of the comments all one can say it's a funny bubble they live in.

Rate of Dissent said...

This reminds me of the sugar cereal variety packs they sell at the grocery store. I like to mix and match.

cynicalHighlander said...

'Coco Pops' or 'Frosties' as they are 'GREAT' if memory is correct.

subrosa said...

He does CH. We must remember no bubble is exactly the same.

subrosa said...

Auch Rate of Dissent, it's just some posts that made me think, or made me mad or made me smile. I don't necessarily agree with any opinion.

subrosa said...

You're showing your age now CH.

Richard said...

Thanks for linking to mine, Rosie. Much appreciated.

Quiet_Man said...

Thank you for the mention SR :-)

subrosa said...

I'm sorry I got the link incorrect initially Richard. Just noticed a couple of hours ago but it's now been corrected.

subrosa said...

A good post QM, as ever.

Richard said...

No worries, and thank you for taking the trouble.

Rate of Dissent said...
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Rate of Dissent said...

Subrosa, I didn't mean to imply that you agreed or disagreed with the opinions, I just thought of cereal variety packs for some reason. What does "auch" mean? (you typed it before Rate of Dissent in the response post). Is that German for "also"?

subrosa said...

Auch (sometimes spelt och) is a Scots word Rate of Dissent. The nearest English equivalent I can think of is 'oh'.

The German word is quite different as you know and pronounced owch - the ow as in owl. Does that explain it?

Rate of Dissent said...

It does, thank you!

subrosa said...

Good!

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