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People develop political views that are capitalist or socialist and the differences are too fundamental to ever be reconciled. But there should always be at least respect for the opposing view. Maggie was a proud Briton who did what she thought was right and defended her (our) country both political...
- 07 Apr 2013, 16:43
- Forum: General Other stuff
- Topic: Crap Joke No.83840370
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Two men drinking in a pub, in comes a third. "Here comes Wullie the Sheepshagger!" Wullie overhears them. "So it's Wullie the Sheepshagger is it? That's nice, I thought youse were mates. I've been working the same farm for thirty years but it's not Wullie the Farmer? Naw. 'Been a Stranglers fan for ...
- 24 Mar 2013, 18:49
- Forum: Other Bands
- Topic: The Clash (The most overated band ever)
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'Saw The Clash live in their early days (late 70's) and was a bit underwhelmed to be honest. I could never stomach NME's worship of this band contrasted with their hostility and/or indifference to us. It seems that The Clash always attracted the kind of left-leaning intelligentsia who can't just let...
Hello guys, 1st post here (appropriately about my 1st gig.) It was the City Halls in Glasgow, 1977. A magical night: JJ in leather, Dave in that jumpsuit, Jet a massive frame behind his drumkit and Hugh sporting a ripped donkey jacket. The set was most (if not all) of Rattus as this gig was pre Hero...