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Re: Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Guardian, Times, Independent, Mail, Mirror. by johnnythemonkey on 14 March 2010 7:06am
 
Glasgow Event? I recommend the "Daily See You Jimmy ."
Failing that, The ( Glasgow ) Herald.
 
Re: Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Guardian, Times, Independent, Mail, Mirror. by bIG bLOGGER on 14 March 2010 2:19pm
 
PRAVDA has been online in an English version,now,since January 1999:

http://www.newsfromrussia.com

The MOSCOW TIMES is also online in an English version at:

http://www.themoscowtimes.com

Events happening in and around Glasgow can be read about at:

http:///www.dailysport.co.uk
 
Re: Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Guardian, Times, Independent, Mail, Mirror. by bIG bLOGGER on 14 March 2010 3:24pm
 
Only half of Ireland is British. The other half are troublemakers.
 
Re: Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Guardian, Times, Independent, Mail, Mirror. by Loretto on 16 March 2010 2:44pm
 
Hey!!! I'm not a troublemaker!!!
 
Re: Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Guardian, Times, Independent, Mail, Mirror. by bIG bLOGGER on 16 March 2010 4:28pm
 
Loretto: I was waiting for your post,and exclamation marks.

What I meant was,there are a few troublemakers south of the British/Irish border,and there are also a few north of it as well.
 
Re: Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Guardian, Times, Independent, Mail, Mirror. by Loretto on 16 March 2010 4:30pm
 
Hi ya bIG. We had no electricity for 2 and a half days hence the delay in my exclamation marks!!!!! I also am a little wary of whether or not you are having fun teasing us about Tootsie's origins??? Is he/she a creation of yours??? If so, well done, you had me convinced.

Yeah I know a few troublemakers, I was never one of them, I steered clear of it. I just did a survey for my journalism class about the car bombing in Newry in Feb and then two days later a dead body found in the rural countryside outside of Derry/Londonderry. Everyone said they hoped it was not a sign of a return to violence in the north, let's hope so indeed! I was in Belfast this past summer and couldn't believe how lovely it was, hope to go back again in 2012 when the Titanic hotel and museum opens up!
 
Re: Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Guardian, Times, Independent, Mail, Mirror. by bIG bLOGGER on 16 March 2010 4:37pm
 
Hi,Loretto. I think your exclamation marks are very beautiful,and I cherish them.

I am sorry to hear about your hurricane,it must be difficult to exist without electricity,like going back into the lifestyle of the Middle AGES. I didn't think they had hurricanes in Southern Ireland,but the world's weather has become so topsy-turvey lately that just about anything can happen.It has been snowing heavily on the Costa Brava for the first time in 40 years.

As regards this "Tootsie" you talk of,I have never heard of anything under that name,but if I do I'll certainly let you know. :)
 
Re: Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Guardian, Times, Independent, Mail, Mirror. by Loretto on 16 March 2010 4:42pm
 
Ha ha...not in Ireland bIG!!!!!!! I live in Connecticut USA!!!!!!! Keep and eye out for this Tootsie, he/she drives a Lada.
 
Re: Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Guardian, Times, Independent, Mail, Mirror. by bIG bLOGGER on 16 March 2010 4:58pm
 
Lada-di-da-di-daaa!!!

Lada is so equivalent of old Russian tractor and drives friendly Bulgars up the Wall because Bulgars drive very fast and see Lada ahead and scream at ugly Russian tractor blocking road like red rag at bull and screech tires and swear bad in Bulgarian.
 
Re: Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, Guardian, Times, Independent, Mail, Mirror. by Loretto on 16 March 2010 5:44pm
 
Why are there heating elements in the rear windows of Ladas?

So your hands don't get cold when you are pushing them.
 
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