Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Theres been a murder!

No Mean City!

29 comments:

  1. I got 1/10 at Ladbrokes for I Fought The Law by The Clash. I put my pension on it.

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      The law won. (So will the bookies).

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      No' often Ah'm right, but Ah'm wrang again.

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      Them purty gals ain't doin' the Texas Two-step, but this git ain't complainin'!

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  3. 1/10 eh? I will have some of that action...

    I saw the Crickets play this at GRCH with Nanci Griffith.

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      Were they trying to drown out the sound of her irritating wee whiny voice?

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    2. You will be banned Scotch Git!!

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      What about free speech?

      Remember, "Cold Hearts/Closed Minds"


      Personally, I think open-mindedness is overrated.


      >8-D

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    4. The Crickets are better than The Clash. I suppose being thoroughly unmusical was what punk was about.

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  4. declaration of interest...

    taggart's hoose was 2 doors doon frae mine in the 'dale............anybody that was payin' attention would have noticed he moved hoose........but as they say roond these parts.......what goes on in the 'dale stays in the 'dale.

    cheers frae the well its gorrrrrra b the 'dale

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  5. Some bloke on F***book has nicked your idea Glen.

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  6. Never mind Taggart. Chance to shoe horn this in tonight:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5c74-JabrU


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  7. Some bloke on F***book thinks Billy Connelly does a great version of Frankie Miller's The Rock.

    Must be havin a laff.

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    1. Don't know this guy. Are you confusing him with Billy Connolly?

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    2. That's no ma face .. that's ma bahooki!

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  8. Although Mark McManus only lived in Glasgow for 3 years before emigrating, it was enough to ensure that he drank himself to death like everyone else.

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  9. ahve been here 41 and still breathin'

    cheers frae two doors up frae taggart

    cheers frae the dale

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  10. Fuck I Fought the Law and the Crickets V's Clash debate go and check oot Wayne Hancock's Johnny Law .."it's the Law!"

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  11. This is "The Lawman" that should be played.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jr-RbpyFkuk

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  12. Deputy Dawg .. now that was a cartoon to eat your tea by ;-)

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  13. (Henri) Hanna Barbara (Wallace)14 May 2013 at 20:29

    "Tea time cartoons" would be good theme!

    This is a classic
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F85BCzo1F_8


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  14. Was this the beginning of the end of our Blog??
    Comments certainly highlight the traits of 3 our number.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/radioscotland/2011/08/when-barbara-met-nancy.shtml

    How come she never came to see me???

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    1. It does seem a bit odd - like reverse stalking.

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    2. Gosh some sooking from the git there!

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  15. This was continued off-blog so to speak .. Big Babs pinned me up against the monitor screen so to speak. Let me check the my inbox over the next few days to see if I can locate & share, that is if it hasn't already been deleted.

    Anyhow .. back to being good and allowed to eat dinner in front over the TV ... "Think of the animals you've ever heard about like rhinoceros and tiger cats and mink.."

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  16. Broooce's version ain't a patch on this

    http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=uOwhrCkMiKA

    Jx

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