I thought the voices of the puppets were …

Comment posted And have you heard: ‘Argyll and Bute – the NeverSeconds Song’ by Mike Story.

I thought the voices of the puppets were familiar, and often heard in the halls of Kilmory…..but I might be wrong :)

Recent comments by Mike Story

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    Ah…..spring!
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    As one of the founders of Argyll and the Isles Tourism who set about getting the public sector and industry to work together I was delighted to see the input of Argyll and Bute Council and HIE in securing funding to take tourism forwards. The business case from AITC was well made and submitted to the council and HIE for proper scrutiny many months ago.

    While it is right and proper that the council and HIE monitor their investment and check output and results, I cannot imagine a legitimate reason for anyone stopping the funding at the 12th hour.

    Good luck to AITC, they are custodians of a very important sector.

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    The problem about telling the world that you have no broadband, no mobile internet and no mobile phone signal,is that you are telling the world that you have no broadband, no mobile internet and no mobile phone signal.
    1% of folks who see the message will love the idea, 99% will immediately look elsewhere.

    Give us fast broadband, Mobile internet and Mobile phone signal and let the customers choose to log on or not.

  • Scotland 5th in Rugby’s 6 Nations Cup
    I understand that Scotland Rugby will be picking an entirely new front row for next season.

    Based on aggression, tenacity and the ability to strike fear in to the opposition, Ruth Davidson, Nicola Sturgeon and Johann Lamont are poised to strengthen the flagging pack.

    Faced with this news, several international sides are now lobbying for scrummaging to be outlawed on humanitarian grounds.

  • Tony Benn – always a credible man
    The last of the great “conviction” politicians.
    Even if you didn’t agree with him, by god you were impressed by how much he believed in it.
    His “five questions of power” speech still has huge and lasting relevance and is the basis for real democracy.

    Will we ever see his like again?

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10 Responses to I thought the voices of the puppets were …

    • Thank you Simon. I’m sorry I missed this for every possible reason.
      I personally had not seen your link. We share comment moderation duty so who sees what depends on who’s doing it.
      Walter Burton phoned us and so told me about this direct.
      We’re very glad of information like this and to see it shared as you did.
      Lynda

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  1. That was excellent and hopefully it will also go viral around the world. Perhaps then Ms Sally Loudon and Clelland Sneddon will fall on their swords!!

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