Comment posted Oban Bay Marine presentation to Holyrood Cross Party Group by Treble T.
At least the Dundee FC version was not full of swear words!
Treble T also commented
- This Hitler video has been used by different people on many occasions.
Last year there was an excellent version produced by a Dundee FC supporter as a protest at the draconian 25 point deduction by the Scottish Football League given to Dundee Football Club due to Dundee FC going into administration.
The management of the SFL are so hopeless that they still do not have a laid down points deduction in their rules for a member club goint into administration.
If it had been Rangers FC they would certainly NOT have received a 25 point deduction.
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Hopefully these SNP councillors have seen the light and on 18th September 2014 they will vote NO for independence.
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The Wave power bus as it was known on Islay was not powered by electricity only sourced from the wave power machine at Portnahaven.
The bus was plugged into the mains at Bowmore which meant that a percentage of the electricity used to charge up its batteries was nuclear.
As far as I am aware the wave power bus is no more and it has probably been scrapped.
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You obviously do not travel on a Calmac ferry service.
Since December 2012 if a ferry sailing which includes all ferry services in the EU is delayed or cancelled then the ferry company has to provide refreshments and/or overnight accomodation for all passengers depending on how long the ferry is delayed. Full details can be obtained from Calmac or any Calmac ferry office.
This has been implemented by the EU.
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I suggest that all the councillors in Argyll & Bute resign their seats as the electorate could easily manage without them.
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Waterstones and Amazon charge publishers 70% of the cover price of a book that they sell.
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