Tag Archives: Scotland
Hey, SNP, do your job
Solitude defined by internet use is a blight on our mental stability. Having succumbed, I know that only introspection and self-control can recover a stable equilibrium. Speaking of which, the SNP need an intervention. They have forgotten that their purpose, … Continue reading
Trans-rights – is what’s fair, what’s right?
When it comes to current events the immediate attention of most lies elsewhere. Dwelling on it all too long, that we have the most craven self-interested government imaginable in charge for this situation, one that’s courted and grasped Russian wealth … Continue reading
How to play the long game in 2019, just wait
Last spring I wanted the SNP to agitate for another independence referendum then and there. It would’ve been as catastrophically ill-judged as Brexit’s turning out to be. Can you keep the heid while your opponent loses theirs and parse things … Continue reading
The 2018 World Cup – but do I give a fuck?
I’ve never experienced such disinterest on the eve of a World Cup before – and it’s made me wonder why. I refute that it’s due to Russia hosting it. Yes, there’s good reasons why that should matter; it’s a country … Continue reading
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