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HardySpicer

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Mar 31, 2009, 6:46:24 PM3/31/09
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as long as Scotlands there!
What would they have done during the dark dark times of Thatcher
without Scotlands oil and tax revenues?
They would be bust for sure. Now they whine at a global recession
because the only way they know of making money nowadays is by selling
houses...They need to get themselves educated like our resident Scot
Robert Henderson. Born in Auchtermuchtie he moved to *ngland for his
education and look at him now....


Hardy

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HardySpicer wrote:

Scotland would have gone the way of of Iceland without English tax
payers sorting out Scottish Banks

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Blue

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Yeah it must be the leader of this nation's fault.

A Scot.

Voted to be an MP, by Scots.

The change of this nation's Leadership issue is up to the Scots.

If Scotland want to leave the Union, which they joined after
their Darien project bankrupted them. Then that too is up to the Scottish voter.

Another thing to consider is whether there would even have been a Scotland today
if it wasn't for the English protecting them. An isolated bankrupt Scotland
would be ripe for any take over from any major European power.

Could Scotland have held off Napoleon and Hitler on their own?

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Blue

Josiah Jenkins

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On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 11:07:07 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:

>HardySpicer wrote:
>> as long as Scotlands there!
>> What would they have done during the dark dark times of Thatcher
>> without Scotlands oil and tax revenues?
>> They would be bust for sure. Now they whine at a global recession
>> because the only way they know of making money nowadays is by selling
>> houses...They need to get themselves educated like our resident Scot
>> Robert Henderson. Born in Auchtermuchtie he moved to *ngland for his
>> education and look at him now....
>>
>>
>> Hardy
>
>
>Yeah it must be the leader of this nation's fault.
>
>A Scot.
>
>Voted to be an MP, by Scots.
>
>The change of this nation's Leadership issue is up to the Scots.

Errr no, as of November 2008, there are 350 Nu-Labour MPs

Of these only 72 represent Scottish constituencies.

So there are 278 English MPs who have the power to remove
Gordon Brown if they so choose.

conwaycaine

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Apr 1, 2009, 9:33:34 AM4/1/09
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Sorting out Scottish Banks?
They did that right enough.


Blue

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Apr 1, 2009, 1:59:07 PM4/1/09
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The English will do their duty to rid themselves of this freak.

Lets see the Scots do their part.

Selaw Tihsera

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Apr 1, 2009, 3:38:20 PM4/1/09
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oil is nearly finished....you're both fucked

The Phantom Piper

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On Mar 31, 2:46 pm, HardySpicer <gyansor...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> What would they have done during the dark dark times
> of Thatcher without Scotlands oil and tax revenues?

Not to mention Scotland's Water.


Mentioning It,

The Phantom Piper

The Phantom Piper

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On Apr 1, 2:07 am, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:
>
> If Scotland want to leave the Union, which they joined after
> their Darien project bankrupted them

So the Bribes and the thousands of troops encamped
on the Tweed had nothing to do with it, eh?

> Another thing to consider is whether there would even
> have been a Scotland today if it wasn't for the English
> protecting them.

Like Einglannd "protected" Scots during the Clearances,
and at Glencoe, and during the invasions of Mad Eddy and
Fat Geordie and Dutch Billy?

> An isolated bankrupt Scotland would be ripe for
> any take over from any major European power.

There is - and has been - a net flow of revenue
*from* Scotland _to_ Einglannd for many decades
now. Furthermore, what the hell would you do
without our Water, our Electricity, and our Malt?

> Could Scotland have held off Napoleon and Hitler on their own?

Could you _possibly_ *be* a more putridly
foul-smelling wee eejit bampot of an Einglisch
berk? I'll bet you can!


Waiting For Confirmation,

The Phantom Piper

The Phantom Piper

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Apr 1, 2009, 4:26:11 PM4/1/09
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On Apr 1, 9:59 am, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:
>
> The English will do their duty to rid themselves of this freak.

The only time the Einglisch have historically done their "duty"
is when they're bleeding out around a Scotsman's blade.


Wishing You Were Here,

The Phantom Piper

Josiah Jenkins

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Apr 1, 2009, 4:48:32 PM4/1/09
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On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 18:59:07 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:
>Josiah Jenkins wrote:
>> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 11:07:07 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:
>>> HardySpicer wrote:
>>>> as long as Scotlands there!
>>>> What would they have done during the dark dark times of Thatcher
>>>> without Scotlands oil and tax revenues?
>>>> They would be bust for sure. Now they whine at a global recession
>>>> because the only way they know of making money nowadays is by selling
>>>> houses...They need to get themselves educated like our resident Scot
>>>> Robert Henderson. Born in Auchtermuchtie he moved to *ngland for his
>>>> education and look at him now....
>>>
>>> Yeah it must be the leader of this nation's fault.
>>>
>>> A Scot.
>>>
>>> Voted to be an MP, by Scots.
>>>
>>> The change of this nation's Leadership issue is up to the Scots.
>>
>> Errr no, as of November 2008, there are 350 Nu-Labour MPs
>>
>> Of these only 72 represent Scottish constituencies.
>>
>> So there are 278 English MPs who have the power to remove
>> Gordon Brown if they so choose.
>
>The English will do their duty to rid themselves of this freak.

Don't hold back on our account, we don't like him either !

Josiah Jenkins

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Apr 1, 2009, 4:52:24 PM4/1/09
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Oh yeah,

That's what they said 20 years ago . . .

Since 1967, 37 billion barrels of oil have been extracted

Industry estimates say 25.5 billion - 30 billion barrels
still to be recovered.

Farmer Giles

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Ooh look, it's Highlander. The plastic Jock's back again with another
handle. Have they let you out again, Mich?

claire....@ntlworld.com

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Apr 1, 2009, 5:32:51 PM4/1/09
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Are you Boedicia?

Boed...@isp.com

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Apr 1, 2009, 5:33:56 PM4/1/09
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Is he the cretin who posted "We write England that way "*ngland"
because it's
a dirty word"?

I hate bigotry don't you? With the *cots (I write it that way to
return the favour:) it's more
a case of "We are a poor tiny tribe and you nasty English are bullying
us. *You're the
reason we get stoned and drink ourselves to early graves, you naughty
tall Sassenachs".

One of them posted that he went to school in England at age 4 and "was
bullied
because I was a *cot". He's barmy and has a persecution complex
obviously.

Farmer Giles

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Apr 1, 2009, 5:38:59 PM4/1/09
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No, are you?

Boed...@isp.com

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Apr 1, 2009, 5:37:29 PM4/1/09
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On Apr 1, 2:07 am, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:

What makes you think that they would have *wanted* to hold off Hitler?
These *cots nat idiots wanted him to win in the hopes that Germany
would
have occupied England and that *they* would have partaken of the
spoils.

*ots nats attempted to set up German/*cottish alliance against England
in WW2".
Telegraph MAy th. 2001

No wonder Hess bailed out over *cotland and not England.

>
> --
> Blue

Farmer Giles

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Apr 1, 2009, 5:42:23 PM4/1/09
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That was 'auld' Thickers. What's happened to him, I wonder?

Boed...@isp.com

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Apr 1, 2009, 5:59:27 PM4/1/09
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Ooo look it's Clurrrgh and asking the same daft questions.

Shouldn't you be out flogging The Daily Worker or whatever it's
calling
itself these days? "I am a leftie" -Clurrgh, which explains why she
hates
to see anything about the vile actions of he IRA and when someone
posted
about the murder of those two children in Warrington, blown to bits in
a MacDonalds
by the garbage of he IRA, in she jumps to question whether they were
"English".

As to your question, the answer is "no", he isn't Boedicia, *I'm*
Boedicia
you silly little loony leftie.

Boed...@isp.com

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On Apr 1, 1:42 pm, Farmer Giles <gi...@nospam.com> wrote:

I hope they had the good sense not to let him out again.

"*cots can be beaten to a pulp, but if you think you gave him/her
beaten, then
think again and be afraid for you did wrong by not killing him/her.
He/she will, if able,
get up and come back at you again. He/she thinks that odds of 10 -1
against are really good odds and that he/she stands a great chance of
gaining a victory and I speak from
experience since I was born small".
auld Thickers

I was amused by all that "he/she" stuff. He's such loony leftie
that, no doubt he thinks
that if he doesn't include a female in every conversation he might get
accused of
"sexism". He's barmy.

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Blue

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The Phantom Piper wrote:
> On Apr 1, 9:59 am, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:
>> The English will do their duty to rid themselves of this freak.
>
> The only time the Einglisch have historically done their "duty"
> is when they're bleeding out around a Scotsman's blade.


Well, if you Scots had some razors and some light,
folk wouldn't cut themselves shaving on rusty blades.


> Wishing You Were Here,
>
> The Phantom Piper

Why, do you need something to Suck on ?!

It's the Scots who keep voting for Gordon Brown to be an MP.

It's the Scots who voted to Join England for 200 years of help and protection.

It's the Scots who keep voting not to leave England because they know a good thing.


--
Blue


Blue

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Apr 1, 2009, 6:32:10 PM4/1/09
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The Empirical evidence says otherwise:


--
The 2005 general election
Votes Share
%
Gordon Brown, Labour 24,278 58.1
Alan Bath, Scottish National Party 6,062 14.5

http://politics.guardian.co.uk/hoc/constituency/0,,-1059,00.html

Josiah Jenkins

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On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 22:24:19 +0100, Farmer Giles <gi...@nospam.com>
wrote:

For those who don't know our latest visitor !!!

Farmer Giles bought several pigs, hoping to breed them. However,
after several weeks, he noticed that none of them were getting
pregnant and called the vet for help. The vet told him that he should
try artificial insemination. Now Old Farmer Giles didn't have the
slightest idea what this meant but, not wanting to show his ignorance,
only asked the vet how he will know when the pigs are pregnant. The
vet told him that they will stop standing around and will, instead,
lie down and wallow in the mud when they become pregnant.

So Giles hung up the 'phone and gave it some thought. He came to
the conclusion that artificial insemination meant that he had to
impregnate the pigs himself, so he loaded the pigs into his pick-up
truck and drove into the woods, had sex with them all, brought them
back to the farm and went to bed.

Next morning, he woke and looked out of the window at the pigs and saw
that they were all standing around. Concluding that the first try
hadn't taken effect, he loaded them into the truck again. He drove
back to the woods, banged each pig twice, for good measure, brought
them back home and went to bed.

Next morning, he woke to find the pigs still standing around. "One
more try", he told himself and proceeded to load them up and drive
them into the woods. He spent all day shagging the pigs and, upon
returning home, fell listlessly into bed.

Next morning, he could not even raise himself from the bed and asked
his wife to look out the window and see if the pigs are lying in the
mud. "No", she said,"they're all in the truck and one of them is
honking the horn".

Josiah Jenkins

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On Wed, 1 Apr 2009 14:32:51 -0700 (PDT), claire....@ntlworld.com
wrote:

Nah,
he's an Empire Loyalist who thinks *ngland still rules the world !

claire....@ntlworld.com

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On 1 Apr, 23:48, Josiah Jenkins <josiah-
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> On Wed, 1 Apr 2009 14:32:51 -0700 (PDT), claire.easth...@ntlworld.com

A Loyalist??? That settles it then, what with Boedi's obsession with
the IRA, they must be one and the same person! lol!

Charles Ellson

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On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 23:25:48 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:

>The Phantom Piper wrote:
>> On Apr 1, 9:59 am, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:
>>> The English will do their duty to rid themselves of this freak.
>>
>> The only time the Einglisch have historically done their "duty"
>> is when they're bleeding out around a Scotsman's blade.
>
>
>Well, if you Scots had some razors and some light,
>folk wouldn't cut themselves shaving on rusty blades.
>
>
>> Wishing You Were Here,
>>
>> The Phantom Piper
>
>Why, do you need something to Suck on ?!
>
>
>
>It's the Scots who keep voting for Gordon Brown to be an MP.
>

Fifers, eckshully.

>It's the Scots who voted to Join England for 200 years of help and protection.
>

It was a handful of bribed MPs who acted after *nglish naval blockades
and other dirty tricks.

>It's the Scots who keep voting not to leave England because they know a good thing.
>

There has never been such a vote.

Charles Ellson

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On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 11:07:07 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:

<snip>


>
>Could Scotland have held off Napoleon and Hitler on their own?
>

*ngland certainly didn't.

Josiah Jenkins

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Apr 1, 2009, 7:41:15 PM4/1/09
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(naughty snip re-instated)

The 2005 general election (in full)

Gordon Brown, Labour 24,278 58.1%
Alan Bath, Scottish National Party 6,062 14.5%
Alex Cole-Hamilton, Lib Dem 5,450 13.0%
Stuart Randall, Conservative 4,308 10.3%
Steve West, Scottish Socialist 666 1.6%
Peter Adams, UK Independence 516 1.2%
James Parker, Senior Citizens 425 1.0%
Elizabeth Kwantes, Independent 47 0.1%
Pat Sargent, Independent 44 0.1%

One constituency, thicko !
Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath, Fife

Where, if you put a red rosette on a monkey, it'd
be elected.

Josiah Jenkins

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Apr 1, 2009, 7:42:37 PM4/1/09
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On Wed, 1 Apr 2009 15:57:06 -0700 (PDT), claire....@ntlworld.com
wrote:

Nope. This one's in Ingerlund, Bodybag is in Palm Springs, USA.

Boed...@isp.com

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> the IRA, they must be one and the same person! lol!-

Idiots laugh at nothing you silly litle boghopper an why do you keep
pitting my name in
all of your daft posts?

"Is it any wonder we hate the *ffin *nglish".
Taffy Jenkins who should stick to what he does best, showing his
hatred for
his neighbour and ironing his lovely blue, satin dress in time for the
next
Gay Pride Parade.

Boed...@isp.com

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On Apr 1, 3:42 pm, Josiah Jenkins <josiah-
jenkins@somewhere_else.invalid> wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Apr 2009 15:57:06 -0700 (PDT), claire.easth...@ntlworld.com

> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> >On 1 Apr, 23:48, Josiah Jenkins <josiah-
> >jenkins@somewhere_else.invalid> wrote:
> >> On Wed, 1 Apr 2009 14:32:51 -0700 (PDT), claire.easth...@ntlworld.com
> >> wrote:
>
> >> >On 1 Apr, 22:24, Farmer Giles <gi...@nospam.com> wrote:
> >> >> The Phantom Piper wrote:
> >> >> > On Mar 31, 2:46 pm, HardySpicer <gyansor...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> >> >> What would they have done during the dark dark times
> >> >> >> of Thatcher without Scotlands oil and tax revenues?
>
> >> >> > Not to mention Scotland's Water.
>
> >> >> > Mentioning It,
>
> >> >> > The Phantom Piper
>
> >> >> Ooh look, it's Highlander. The plastic Jock's back again with another
> >> >> handle. Have they let you out again, Mich?
>
> >> >Are you Boedicia?
>
> >> Nah,
> >> he's an Empire Loyalist who thinks *ngland still rules the world !
>
> >A Loyalist???  That settles it then, what with Boedi's obsession with
> >the IRA, they must be one and the same person! lol!
>
> Nope. This one's in Ingerlund,

The word is "England" you silly little fairy. Do try and it right
once in a while

Bodybag is in Palm Springs, USA.

Where queers like you show up on the odd week-end and mince hand in
hand down Palm Drive. Thank God they don't wear kilts though, it's
bad enough
having to put up with the other abnormal things they get up to.

"The happy couple exchanged tartans".
Daily Record, giving a word by word account of a queer wedding in
Edinburgh. I bet
the former Bishop of Edinburgh wept tears fo joy when he read about
it.

Do *You* have a "partner" or do you live with your lab?

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Boed...@isp.com

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On Apr 1, 3:36 pm, Charles Ellson <char...@ellson.demon.co.uk> wrote:

> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 11:07:07 +0100, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:
>
> <snip>
>
> >Could Scotland have held off Napoleon and Hitler on their own?
>
> *ngland certainly didn't.

It's "England" jocko and I suppose you never heard of The Battle of
Britain.

There was no invasion of Britain thanks to the RAF. OTOH

"*cots nats attempted to set up German/*cottish alliance against
England
in WW2".
Telegraph May 9th. 2001

They should have been hanged.

Blue

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Charles Ellson wrote:
> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 23:25:48 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:

>> It's the Scots who keep voting for Gordon Brown to be an MP.
>>
> Fifers, eckshully.


Not English


>> It's the Scots who voted to Join England for 200 years of help and protection.
>>
> It was a handful of bribed MPs who acted after *nglish naval blockades
> and other dirty tricks.


In the Darien Project the Scots wanted to be Empire builders.
They took on the Spanish and midges, and lost to both.


>> It's the Scots who keep voting not to leave England because they know a good thing.
>>
> There has never been such a vote.


Tough, suck it up. The English voter has had even less say in this than the Scots.


--
Blue

Blue

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Josiah Jenkins wrote:
> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 23:32:10 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:

> (naughty snip re-instated)


The link that led to rest of useless info re-instated.


http://politics.guardian.co.uk/hoc/constituency/0,,-1059,00.html


> The 2005 general election (in full)


...To laugh at all the funny names


> Gordon Brown, Labour 24,278 58.1%
> Alan Bath, Scottish National Party 6,062 14.5%
> Alex Cole-Hamilton, Lib Dem 5,450 13.0%
> Stuart Randall, Conservative 4,308 10.3%
> Steve West, Scottish Socialist 666 1.6%
> Peter Adams, UK Independence 516 1.2%
> James Parker, Senior Citizens 425 1.0%
> Elizabeth Kwantes, Independent 47 0.1%
> Pat Sargent, Independent 44 0.1%

> One constituency, thicko !


The one that elected Gordon Brown, dumbass !


> Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath, Fife
>
> Where, if you put a red rosette on a monkey, it'd be elected.


...Because when voting for a Scot it makes little or no difference.

--
Ble

HardySpicer

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Actually it's not Highlander you hick Twat!

Charles Ellson

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On Thu, 02 Apr 2009 05:37:16 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:

>Charles Ellson wrote:
>> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 23:25:48 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:
>
>>> It's the Scots who keep voting for Gordon Brown to be an MP.
>>>
>> Fifers, eckshully.
>

>Not *nglish
>
And ...... ?

>
>>> It's the Scots who voted to Join *ngland for 200 years of help and protection.


>>>
>> It was a handful of bribed MPs who acted after *nglish naval blockades
>> and other dirty tricks.
>
>
>In the Darien Project the Scots wanted to be Empire builders.
>They took on the Spanish and midges, and lost to both.
>

Not helped by *nglish naval blockades and other Meddling

>
>>> It's the Scots who keep voting not to leave *ngland because they know a good thing.


>>>
>> There has never been such a vote.
>

>Tough, suck it up. The *nglish voter has had even less say in this than the Scots.
>
They have about 10 times more say.

HardySpicer

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Well at least there would be no trouble in the middle East if they had
won. Ignorant twats like you may never have been born either...the
alliance had it's supporters I am sure.


Hardy

Charles Ellson

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On Thu, 02 Apr 2009 05:48:16 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:

>Josiah Jenkins wrote:
>> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 23:32:10 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:
>
>> (naughty snip re-instated)
>
>
>The link that led to rest of useless info re-instated.
>
>
>http://politics.guardian.co.uk/hoc/constituency/0,,-1059,00.html
>
>
>> The 2005 general election (in full)
>
>
>...To laugh at all the funny names
>

What ? Like "UK Independence" ?

HardySpicer

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On Apr 2, 11:25 am, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:
> The Phantom Piper wrote:
> > On Apr 1, 9:59 am, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:
> >> The English will do their duty to rid themselves of this freak.
>
> > The only time the Einglisch have historically done their "duty"
> > is when they're bleeding out around a Scotsman's blade.
>
> Well, if you Scots had some razors and some light,
> folk wouldn't cut themselves shaving on rusty blades.
>
> > Wishing You Were Here,
>
> > The Phantom Piper
>
> Why, do you need something to Suck on ?!
>
> It's the Scots who keep voting for Gordon Brown to be an MP.
>
> It's the Scots who voted to Join England for 200 years of help and protection.
>

Err no...it was Scots nobility - there was no election in those
days...It was a good thing however,
you never looked back after you had the benefits of our education and
genius. About the only things you can manage on your own in recent
years is kicking a football about and kicking Pakis heads in. Your
corner shops have all been taken over too.


Hardy

HardySpicer

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On Apr 2, 12:41 pm, Josiah Jenkins <josiah-
jenkins@somewhere_else.invalid> wrote:

> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 23:32:10 +0100, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:
> >Josiah Jenkins wrote:
> >> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 18:59:07 +0100, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:
> >>> Josiah Jenkins wrote:

In fact Boed would get elected there if you put a red Rosette up her
ass!

HardySpicer

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It was more than just *nglish that fought in that battle. Even the
Poles were fighting in the Battle of Britain. I haven't a bad word to
say about any of them personally - even the *nglish ones. Wasn't their
fault they were born there.

Hardy

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Josiah Jenkins <josiah-jenkins@somewhere_else.invalid> wrote:

:On Wed, 1 Apr 2009 15:57:06 -0700 (PDT), claire....@ntlworld.com

:

Hey, is that who Nilita went to visit when she was visiting friends in
Palm Springs?

--
You are
What you do
When it counts.

Paul C

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On Wed, 1 Apr 2009 18:43:06 -0700 (PDT), "Boed...@isp.com"
<Boed...@isp.com> wrote:


>Daily Record, giving a word by word account of a queer wedding in
>Edinburgh. I bet
>the former Bishop of Edinburgh wept tears fo joy when he read about
>it.

Bishop of the English Church. It's obviously well named.

Fred J. McCall

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"Boed...@isp.com" <Boed...@isp.com> wrote:

:On Apr 1, 3:36 pm, Charles Ellson <char...@ellson.demon.co.uk> wrote:
:> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 11:07:07 +0100, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:
:>
:> <snip>
:>
:> >Could Scotland have held off Napoleon and Hitler on their own?
:>
:> *ngland certainly didn't.
:
:It's "England" jocko and I suppose you never heard of The Battle of
:Britain.
:
:There was no invasion of Britain thanks to the RAF. OTOH

:

Yes, thanks to the RAF and the American pilots flying with them and
the RCAF units transferred into Britain.

:"*cots nats attempted to set up German/*cottish alliance against


:England
:in WW2".
:Telegraph May 9th. 2001
:
:They should have been hanged.

Withdrawal is something your parents should have practiced nine months
prior to your birth.

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demonstrated by the fact that someone was willing to father you."
-- Ipso Fatso

Farmer Giles

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"Josiah Jenkins" <josiah-jenkins@somewhere_else.invalid> wrote in message
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Don't give up the day job - assuming, of course, the unlikely event that you
have one.


Farmer Giles

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"HardySpicer" <gyans...@gmail.com> wrote in message
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How do you know, is he another one of your sockpuppets?


Blue

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Charles Ellson wrote:
> On Thu, 02 Apr 2009 05:37:16 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:

>> In the Darien Project the Scots wanted to be Empire builders.
>> They took on the Spanish and midges, and lost to both.
>>
> Not helped by *nglish naval blockades and other Meddling

Too vague.


John Bennett

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Fred J. McCall wrote:

>
> Withdrawal is something your parents should have practiced nine months
> prior to your birth.
>

It didn't work for your parents:-))

John Bennett

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Malcolm wrote:
>
> In article
> <d1014a99-6203-43a8...@d19g2000prh.googlegroups.com>,
> "Boed...@isp.com" <Boed...@isp.com> writes

>>
>> Bodybag is in Palm Springs, USA.
>>
> Nice to see you accepting your nickname, Boudicca.
>
Hello Kunt:-))

Blue

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HardySpicer wrote:
> On Apr 2, 11:25 am, Blue <b...@there.com> wrote:


>> It's the Scots who keep voting for Gordon Brown to be an MP.
>>
>> It's the Scots who voted to Join England for 200 years of help and protection.
>>
>
> Err no...it was Scots nobility - there was no election in those
> days...It was a good thing however,


Not England's problem.

If the Scots, when Independent , don't like their leaders, then they don't need Independence.

> you never looked back after you had the benefits of our education and genius.


...And when you moved to Australia.


> About the only things you can manage on your own in recent
> years is kicking a football about and kicking Pakis heads in. Your
> corner shops have all been taken over too.


Confused item.

Fred J. McCall

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John Bennett <bennett584...@bt.com> wrote:

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The best you can do is a tu coque? You must be English...


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territory."
--G. Behn

John Bennett

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Fred J. McCall wrote:
> John Bennett <bennett584...@bt.com> wrote:
>
> :Fred J. McCall wrote:
> :>
> :> Withdrawal is something your parents should have practiced nine months
> :> prior to your birth.
> :>
> :
> :It didn't work for your parents:-))
> :
>
> The best you can do is a tu coque? You must be English...
>
>
You obviously didn't benefit from the much lauded Scotch education:-))

Josiah Jenkins

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On Thu, 2 Apr 2009 09:38:20 +0100, "Farmer Giles" <gi...@nospam.com>
wrote:

Eckshully, I don't.

conwaycaine

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<Boed...@isp.com> wrote in message
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On Apr 1, 1:32 pm, claire.easth...@ntlworld.com wrote:

> On 1 Apr, 22:24, Farmer Giles <gi...@nospam.com> wrote:
> > The Phantom Piper wrote:
> > > On Mar 31, 2:46 pm, HardySpicer <gyansor...@gmail.com> wrote:


Who let the *nglish in?


Paul C

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On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 23:25:48 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:

>It's the Scots who voted to Join England for 200 years of help and protection.

That will be why the Scots rioted in the streets
>
>It's the Scots who keep voting not to leave England because they know a good thing.

I missed those votes. Can you give us some dates?

Blue

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Apr 2, 2009, 10:12:28 AM4/2/09
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Paul C wrote:
> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 23:25:48 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:
>
>> It's the Scots who voted to Join England for 200 years of help and protection.
>
> That will be why the Scots rioted in the streets


'Scotland will rule the world with their Darien Empire project', lol.

'Scotland will run all over England', lol.

All the Scots on the planet couldn't even unseat their own leader
when they were about to lose their country, lol.

You were weak then and you're weak now. WEAK! WEAK! WEAK! WEAK!

>> It's the Scots who keep voting not to leave England because they know a good thing.
>
> I missed those votes. Can you give us some dates?

2005

deem...@aol.com

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On Apr 2, 9:49 am, "conwaycaine" <conwayca...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
> <Boedi...@isp.com> wrote in message

I did. I thought we needed the company.

Paul C

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On Thu, 02 Apr 2009 15:12:28 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:

>Paul C wrote:
>> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 23:25:48 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:
>>
>>> It's the Scots who voted to Join England for 200 years of help and protection.
>>
>> That will be why the Scots rioted in the streets
>
>
>'Scotland will rule the world with their Darien Empire project', lol.
>
>'Scotland will run all over England', lol.
>
>All the Scots on the planet couldn't even unseat their own leader
>when they were about to lose their country, lol.


<doh>


>
>You were weak then and you're weak now. WEAK! WEAK! WEAK! WEAK!
>
>
>
>>> It's the Scots who keep voting not to leave England because they know a good thing.
>>
>> I missed those votes. Can you give us some dates?
>
>
>
>2005


A vote to leave England in 2005? I suspected you were a fool from your
early posts.

This one proves it.

Josiah Jenkins

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On Thu, 02 Apr 2009 11:22:35 +0100, John Bennett
<bennett584...@bt.com> wrote:

Not in the least . . . he's an American !

Paul C

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On Thu, 02 Apr 2009 15:12:28 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:

>Paul C wrote:
>> On Wed, 01 Apr 2009 23:25:48 +0100, Blue <bl...@there.com> wrote:
>>
>>> It's the Scots who voted to Join England for 200 years of help and protection.
>>
>> That will be why the Scots rioted in the streets
>
>
>'Scotland will rule the world with their Darien Empire project', lol.
>
>'Scotland will run all over England', lol.
>
>All the Scots on the planet couldn't even unseat their own leader
>when they were about to lose their country, lol.
>
>You were weak then and you're weak now. WEAK! WEAK! WEAK! WEAK!


this is the same Blue who recently wrote

"The change of this nation's Leadership issue is up to the Scots."

You truly couldn't make up the idiotic contradictory statements of the
fool Blue.

Blue

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EAK! WEAK! WEAK! WEAK!

Paul C

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Fool.

Blue

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weak

claire....@ntlworld.com

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On 2 Apr, 00:42, Josiah Jenkins <josiah-
jenkins@somewhere_else.invalid> wrote:

> On Wed, 1 Apr 2009 15:57:06 -0700 (PDT), claire.easth...@ntlworld.com
> wrote:
>
>
>
> >On 1 Apr, 23:48, Josiah Jenkins <josiah-
> >jenkins@somewhere_else.invalid> wrote:
> >> On Wed, 1 Apr 2009 14:32:51 -0700 (PDT), claire.easth...@ntlworld.com

> >> wrote:
>
> >> >On 1 Apr, 22:24, Farmer Giles <gi...@nospam.com> wrote:
> >> >> The Phantom Piper wrote:
> >> >> > On Mar 31, 2:46 pm, HardySpicer <gyansor...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> >> >> What would they have done during the dark dark times
> >> >> >> of Thatcher without Scotlands oil and tax revenues?
>
> >> >> > Not to mention Scotland's Water.
>
> >> >> > Mentioning It,
>
> >> >> > The Phantom Piper
>
> >> >> Ooh look, it's Highlander. The plastic Jock's back again with another
> >> >> handle. Have they let you out again, Mich?
>
> >> >Are you Boedicia?
>
> >> Nah,
> >> he's an Empire Loyalist who thinks *ngland still rules the world !
>
> >A Loyalist???  That settles it then, what with Boedi's obsession with
> >the IRA, they must be one and the same person! lol!
>
> Nope. This one's in Ingerlund, Bodybag is in Palm Springs, USA.

So is Giles I believe - he once was insulting my "mommy"!

claire....@ntlworld.com

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