Thanks to all who joined it. A dull programme with little relevant to Scotland. Shame on the BBC.
Yes it was disappointing SR but good to chat to folk in real time.
Hi SR. Typical labour broadcasting corporation, very carefully planned to toe the party line, nothing embarrassing but equally nothing interesting,a non event.Once again a reminder why I don't watch it.
Hi SR, should perhaps mention that the comments were better than the program, an interesting format!
It was RM. We were all very well behaved too, but that was possibly because there was nothing to get our teeth into. The BBC plan to keep it dull worked.
Thanks Apogee. I quite like that live blogging software for things because Twitter confuses me when it gets too fast. Also sticking to 140 characters and having to amend tweets can be a nuisance.
Rosie, I'm still chuckling over the eating condensed milk comment. I thought I was the only one guilty of that. ;-)
With a BIG spoon Jeanne. :)Did you find something to satisfy your sweet tooth? Do hope so.Our conversation had another contributor rushing to the fridge as soon as we were finished because he had suddenly developed a fierce hunger!
They barely even discussed the constitutional question? I was hoping for a discussion on the subject, maybe a little explanation about why we all should vote for maximum devolution.
Dean, surely you understand the London based BBS by now. No Scottish issues were to be discussed was pre-decided. After all, with only 2 of the 6 panel working in Scotland it would have shown the programme for what it was. A comic.
Ah have a near life long habit .....an oversized, mug of camp coffee (two table spoons) and four tea spoonfuls of nivanna out of a red and white tin which is stored in the fridge therefore the nivanna is not quite level in those tea spoonfuls. sma sinn.Nae wunner ah had a heart attack.
See that Camp Coffee wisnaeme, it's got a lot to answer for.
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