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Aug-31-14
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  harrylime: For <Schwartz>

U2- One

http://youtu.be/ElxO4eKS8EY

Aug-31-14
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  perfidious: Give Ireland Back To the Irish is outstanding stuff and was banned in Britain, back in the day.
Aug-31-14
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  HeMateMe: Rancid Harry--as such a big beatles fan as you are, you must be aware that McCartney lived in Scotland for most of the 70s, raised his kids there. They had a farm. Look at the cover of the Ram album, Paul shearing a sheep.

I'll take his opinion over some drunken old slag who pops into chat rooms every so often to tell us his top ten gospel.

Aug-31-14
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  Travis Bickle: Yo harry, Paul Mac owns property in Arizonia... ; P

Jet - Paul McCartney live
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFjT...

Aug-31-14
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  harrylime: <HeMateMe: Rancid Harry--as such a big beatles fan as you are, you must be aware that McCartney lived in Scotland for most of the 70s, raised his kids there. They had a farm. Look at the cover of the Ram album, Paul shearing a sheep. I'll take his opinion over some drunken old slag who pops into chat rooms every so often to tell us his top ten gospel.>

'drunken old slag' ??! lol lol !

Aug-31-14
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  Travis Bickle: Yeah HMM is a drunken horsesass... LOL!!
Aug-31-14
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  harrylime: <perfidious: Give Ireland Back To the Irish is outstanding stuff and was banned in Britain, back in the day.>

Nothing is banned in Britain now ...

Oh .. And Ireland is Irish .

Aug-31-14
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  HeMateMe: Actually, I don't know know how old you are. A 1960s guy, early 60s. Just a guess.

BTW, are you lobbying for or against Scotland staying? Take a stand, Harry, and be counted.

Aug-31-14
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  harrylime: Telephone- Sugar Coated

http://youtu.be/iwZvZVA3JpE

Aug-31-14
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  HeMateMe: Did you go to college in the U.K., Harry?
Aug-31-14  MarkFinan: <I'll take his opinion over some drunken old slag who pops into chat rooms every so often to tell us his top ten gospel.>

That's not very nice! But judging by HMM's posts here you'd think he/she was in need of just that.... "A drunken old slag!". Coming from someone who feels the need to comment on every half decent woman in showbiz's attractiveness/unattractiveness on a chess site, I'd take that as some kinda compliment, Hazzard. ✌

Aug-31-14
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  harrylime: <HeMateMe: Actually, I don't know know how old you are. A 1960s guy, early 60s. Just a guess. BTW, are you lobbying for or against Scotland staying? Take a stand, Harry, and be counted.>

The UK works ok.

Britain is an island... splitting will create more problems than are there now ...

Scotland already has fantastic freedom of choice and self government...

An independent Scotland is an anomaly because she will just wean on Brussells and Germany ... instead of London. lol

Aug-31-14
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  HeMateMe: my thoughts exactly. also, the royals would have to get visas to visit the castle in balmoral. what a headache that would be.
Aug-31-14
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  harrylime: <HeMateMe: my thoughts exactly. also, the royals would have to get visas to visit the castle in balmoral. what a headache that would be.>

Id guess they'd stay in Scotland tho ..

Telephone- Sugar Coated

http://youtu.be/iwZvZVA3JpE

Aug-31-14
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  Karposian: <HeMateMe: my thoughts exactly. also, the royals would have to get visas to visit the castle in balmoral. what a headache that would be.>

This would not be an issue. Both England and Scotland would be members of the EU. You don't need visas to travel within the EU.

Aug-31-14
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  HeMateMe: Scotland would have to apply and be accepted separately into the EU. Aren't they in now, as part of the United Kingdom? That would change, if they left the Union, wouldn't it?
Aug-31-14
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  HeMateMe: Doesn't seem like the movie poster for a horror film, where the parents are serial killers, or something like that?

<http://en.chessbase.com/Portals/4/f...>

Aug-31-14
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  Karposian: <HeMateMe: Scotland would have to apply and be accepted separately into the EU. Aren't they in now, as part of the United Kingdom? That would change, if they left the Union, wouldn't it?>

You are right. I didn't think of that. Scotland would not automatically become a EU member, that is true.

Anyway, if they win independence they will most certainly apply for EU membership. As I understand it there are less scepticism to EU in Scotland than in the rest of the UK, so they will surely join the European Union eventually.

Aug-31-14
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  HeMateMe: ...as part of the deal, they got a nice group of unemployed Romanians, serbs and moldavians, as part of the mandated acceptance of other country's migrant labor force. A whole new bunch of 20-somethings to head on up to Fraserburgh and become heroin junkies.

Is there anything left to steal, that hasn't been bolted to the ground?

Aug-31-14
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  Karposian: <HeMateMe: ...as part of the deal, they got a nice group of unemployed Romanians, serbs and moldavians, as part of the mandated acceptance of other country's migrant labor force. A whole new bunch of 20-somethings to head on up to Fraserburgh and become heroin junkies.>

A lot of these EU immigrants moving from poorer and less developed countries to the richer ones within the union are hard workers. In fact, they often work harder than most 'natives', longer hours and for lower wages. Just like Mexicans coming to the US to work their asses off for low pay.

Aug-31-14
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  HeMateMe: ...I stand corrected. So, who's doing all the blow and horse up in Fraserburgh?
Aug-31-14
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  Karposian: <HMM> I don't think there are so many junkies up in Fraserburgh.

They probably eat a lot of healthy sea food up there, fresh fish from the North Sea you know...a healthy lifestyle ;)

Aug-31-14
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  HeMateMe: <http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUser...>
Aug-31-14
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  Karposian: <HeMateMe> <http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUser...

LOL..OK, I stand corrected. If I ever plan a trip to Scotland I dare say I will not include Fraserburgh in my travel plans..

Aug-31-14
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  harrylime: An ' independent' Scotland would not slip into the EU so easily ..

it would just be another small country with a gaping wide mouth waiting to be fed...

and the other small countries jostling to be fed from Frankfurt and London would be opposed,seeing her as competition ...

That's the irony here...

Scottish 'independence' is Salmonds' raison d'etre... without it he's got nothing .. it's the SNP who need it .. not the Scottish people. And if the vote is Yes Salmond will be in Berlin/Frankfurt/Brussels quicker than it takes me to drink a can of irn'Bru ...

movin on lol

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