Oh dear, oh dear, what are we to do …with Kermit the Frog supporting the ‘No’ campaign and now Mr Daniels … what are we to do?Ah, well … every cloud …
Trick or treat?
I think it’s an excellent reason to vote Yes JRB. :)
I wish it was Rightwinggit.
Erm... definitely trick Demetrius don’t you think?
If Scotland becomes independent, I'll be able to visit a foreign country without having to go overseas!
I think he promised in 1997 to leave Britain if Labour won the election. I suspect that rather like Michael Cain he was afraid that they might take some of his precious money (an unfounded fear).I also think that he stayed put despite Blair's landslide. Maybe, of course, Blair's right wing, City friendly agenda was designed to make him stay.It seems to me he is a bag of wind. I've never seen him perform, but for what I read he was, in his prime, some 40 years ago, a rather unfunny little man. I can't imagine what kind of ego it takes for a has been prestidigitator to imagine that his threat to never again set foot in the country would hold any sway with anyone.Sadly disillusional.
Blair is right wing, Tris? He's a Fabian/Frankfurt School/Marxist-Leninist like all recent PMs. Now, say, "Yes, Paul!"I have the occasional bit of banter with him on Twitter about his atheism. I'm trying to persuade him otherwise, of course. He once left a comment on my blog. Will he stop doing that as well if we get indy-pretence?But, sorry, P.D. refusing to step north of the barbed wire/mined independent border is still not a good enough reason to vote for our demise as a neglected backwater 'region' of the EU.
It might mean something if I knew who he is?
Arguably the most famous man of the 1980s. Right up there with Keith Harris and Orville.
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