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Fantastic views. Need to take a hike up there. 
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Kevin McIntyre is out running. So far he has tracked 4.43 km in 29m:33s.

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 Katy Docherty The Scottish Sun Dear Katy I sit here writing this to you mindful of a few things which I feel I must come clean about before I tell you my news. I am wearing no makeup therefore I shall stay indoors for fear ...
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If Scotland was such burden on the UK, then why did Cameron team up with Miliband and Clegg to beg for us to stay? The oil fields are in Scottish territorial waters, and they were developed by the oil companies, not by the English taxpayers. The majority of the oil comes ashore in Scotland and under an independent Scotland would be taxed as such. Currently, under the union, the money goes to Westminster. This is why they were begging us to stay. It boils down to Westminster's greed. They were scared that their cash-cow was going to whipped out of their hands, it's understandable. How else would they pay for a new generation of nuclear weapons? This is not English bigotry by the way, it's economics.
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"In 1707 Scotland's economy was annually growing by 2.4% whilst Switzerland was a few valleys connected by some tasty cheese.

Look at Switzerland today, I think Scotland would have been OK.

You are referring to the bankrupt Scottish Lairds who were bribed into signing the act of union".

Again you have refused to refute this point, a country with an economy growing by 2.5% cannot be broken. 

Today growth of 0.6% is celebrated by the UK and it's ilk. 

At any rate you've lost this debate, I declare my self the victor. 
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It was worth reading that just for this one little bit:

"In Scotland, Sturgeon’s opposition is Jim Murphy – a guy with the air of a harassed PE teacher. A man so far out of his depth he should be turning up for work on an inflatable banana. "
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Pair of Linn Majik 140 Speakers in rare Maple on Gumtree. For sale is my beloved pair of Linn Majik 140 speakers in gorgeous Maple. I'm only selling these as
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Glasgow boy in North Lanarkshire who should really be using his time a lot more constructively than this.
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Newarthill
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Bishopbriggs - Cumbernauld
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After a great nights sleep and a full Scottish breakfast at The Drovers Inn The Bastardos headed off for Crianlarich, before the days final

Rowardenen to Inverarnon 17 June 2014
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Always gonna be a hard day, and not only in the physical sense. A year to the day since Lanky passed away. I can hear him laughing at me wak

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Miles of paths to walk, cycle or jog. Walking round the Loch will take you almost an hour at a brisk pace, just don't get too close to the geese unless you've got bread for them. A pleasant place to be on a nice day with plenty to see and do.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
We like it, food was good, although not cheap. The service was reasonably good, which is surprising for on the strip. They have professional waiters rather than the part time seasonal hands that some places seem to have. Better than the average in the area.
Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
Extremely rude bar staff come 8pm when you are asked to give up your seat for a perceived fire risk. They only want to cram more people in and they don't care who they upset to do it, citing phoney health and safety rules. I spoke to the manager, but it fell on deaf ears. Used to go here all the time, I'll never be back now.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We nipped in for a quick bar lunch. The quality and quantity of the food was excellent, although it was a pity it took so long to be served. We waited almost 45mins after ordering. The restaurant area to the rear lacks character and atmosphere.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Very pleasant staff and our standard room was fine. We visited on a Tuesday into Wednesday so it was very quiet, if it had been a little busier, perhaps at a weekend it may have felt it had a bit more of a buzz or atmosphere about the place. We had dinner in the restaurant which was of a very high standard and the service was really excellent. We used the pool and the jacuzzi in the afternoon and again we had no complaints. The hotel could do with a wee bit of modernisation here and there, for example, the room keys are attached to a heavy brass ball, not card entry systems in place in most hotels these days. I'd have no problems with going back again.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Very good customer service from the staff, rooms clean and tidy just as you'd expect. Handy having a 24hr petrol station and a McDonalds right on your doorstep and the breakfast at the Table Table next door is excellent. One issue though is that the WiFi should be free, even McDonald's gives free WiFi these days, good customer service should include free WiFi.
Quality: Very GoodFacilities: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Excellent service and food on my visit. It's not cheap but it is better quality than average.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago