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PostSubject: Re: the mysteries of death!   Thu Feb 16, 2017 10:21 am

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Gordon Brown wrecked my private pension when he changed the tax rules.

Hence I just about survive on my savings and investments which are all crap.



wasn't he some Scottish prat?

He definitely is davo. He still rear's his ugly head here in Scotland from time to time when nobody want's him to. Like the Brexit vote, he just had to stand on a platform somewhere and have his say. Not to forget the Scottish Independence Referendum. He was out on his soapbox somewhere shouting his mouth off. No-one listened of course. Everyone remembered what he had done to Britain when he was so-called Prime Minister.



but wasn't that a case of the Scots screwing the Brits which is a long a noble cause?? shy
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PostSubject: Re: the mysteries of death!   Thu Feb 16, 2017 8:05 pm

There is little chance of a Scot screwing a Brit - most of them are too fat, too unfit and too distracted by independence to catch us.

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PostSubject: Re: the mysteries of death!   Sun Feb 19, 2017 4:41 pm

I wouldn't be too sure about the "distracted by independence" bit Alan. If you had seen and read the local newspapers and seen what the Scots think about another referendum for independence it would change your mind. The letters are going into the newspaper offices thick and fast about what people think of Sturgeon and the SNP. Especially about the staying in the EU and a second vote on independence. I wouldn't like to be in their shoes when it comes round to the next Scottish Parliament Vote. That party has well and truly screwed themselves up.

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PostSubject: Re: the mysteries of death!   Sun Feb 19, 2017 5:30 pm

That's a very interesting observation Colin. We don't get any sense of that down here.

I enjoy the current series of the Tracy Ullman show - she does a brilliant impersonation of Sturgeon and really takes the mick out of her.

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PostSubject: Re: the mysteries of death!   Wed Mar 15, 2017 8:23 am

Agh you lot  murgs dance my mum always said, cut your cloth accordingly. I have a good private pension. Through divorce my hubby came off worse.

I prefer to reap benefits from our retirement  and not be too consumed by materialistic things. I have had the big cars, fancy houses etc etc. I would say our lives here is much  more simplistic these days. We had a modest villa before selling it but probably downsize again. 

I want to benefit from all those years of hard labour and enjoy life eat
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