Saturday, 5 January 2013

Take Your Pick



Nestle KitKat Spat

The End of Britain

Living next to a wind farm

Sneer And Loathing In The UK

Why Ireland's new abortion law is mad

Steps Leading to the Stepping Stone of Independence (part 8)

Another year of madness

Al Gore gives Big-Oil-Government a TV channel and gets $100m in oil revenue

10 comments:

Captain Ranty said...

Thanks Rosie!

Demetrius said...

The End Of Britain. The very first part more or less matches my views at that time, regarded as freakish then. But I think as it goes on it is more optimistic than I might be at present.

Lord Monty said...

Cheers SR.
I think most Scots will be living next to a wind farm in the future so it's good to know what it will be like.

Nikostratos said...

subrosa


this appeared in my and all sky email boxes.

The intrusive private sector why worry about state snooping.




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subrosa said...

Pleasure Ranty.

subrosa said...

I found that an interest essay too Demetrius.

subrosa said...

Pleasure Monty. Thought your new blog deserved it. :)

subrosa said...

Thankfully we blog under a pseudonym Niko.:)

Lord Monty said...

Cheers SR. My favourite blogs seem to be disappearing fast so I've been forced to start one myself ;)
What happened to dark lochnagar ?
Maybe trouble getting online in Spain or something ?
I'm going on about windmills again today. Scottish one's rather than the one's in the US this time.

http://theveiledsun.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/cnn-votes-scotland-top-tourist.html

subrosa said...

Aye you're right Monty, they do suddenly disappear. No idea what's happened to DL and I haven't heard from him for a long time.

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