Comment posted A83 closed due to another landslide – now reopened by Robert Wakeham.
Not if Ferryman has anything to do with it, CSB – a tunnel under the Clyde would destroy his raison d’etre.
Robert Wakeham also commented
- ‘Sokay’ – Where are you coming from? (in both senses) You said you did the journey to Ayrshire on Friday same route & distance both ways, you went via Tyndrum, and it took 46 minutes longer going out than coming back, when the Rest was open again.
I asked if the delay was on the Tarbet – Ardlui stretch (which is where the A82 is really inadequate in places) – and you start slanging me! I think you owe me an apology.
- You said you returned the same route, and you went out via Tyndrum, so you must’ve travelled both ways via the A82 through Tyndrum, but on the return journey – with the Rest reopened – with less traffic north of Tarbet. So why the oafish response? It was a perfectly reasonable question.
- So that extra 46 minutes, was it all spent crawling along the really bad stretches of the A82 between Tarbet and Ardlui?
- And now, according to the Traffic Scotland website, the A82 has been closed northbound at Renton since 21.00 Thursday ‘for up to 60 minutes’. No explanation of why, and difficult to understand exactly what’s happening – particularly since the BBC traffic website makes no mention of any closure of this road.
- This is turning into a saga; misrepresenting and misinterpreting what I’ve said in an attempt to defend your own prejudices and disguise your own inability to address the question of the unsatisfactory trek between linkspan and train at Gourock. It’s counter-productive – and brings little of any worth to this discussion, which incidentally is about the A83 and landslides.
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Anyone’d think that the overland route to Islay via Jura hadn’t been flogged to death already.
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And Murdoch MacKenzie’s offshore experience qualifies him to tell us that Sir Ian Wood is talking through his arse – and this from the man who thinks that the sun shines out of Putin’s arse.
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It looks as if it could be a close run thing – which could exacerbate the feelings of resentment in some minds – but just listening to a reporter on BBC R4 today describing the ‘Jekyll & Hyde’ characters of some of the young Brits who’ve joined the extremist fanatics in Syria, we might find ourselves with something a lot worse festering below the surface in this country, regardless of the outcome of the referendum.
Just remember those respectable professionals who attacked Glasgow airport.
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Richard – He’s trying to make his usual point – that he’s expert at attaching irrelevant clips to any blog, seemingly to deflect attention away from the subject in hand.
It’s probably best to ignore him rather than waste time trying to decipher obscure thought processes.
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‘It’s the same in Syria’ MM? – Putin supports a vicious thug running a corrupt regime when he cracks down on people holding demonstrations protesting at his brutality in Homs.
Putin thereby opens the gates to hell, witness the news this morning.
MM you need a head transplant.
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