FCB general wrote: No more Scottish oil from the northern sea if I'm not mistaken, no more taxes.
lau03143 wrote:Yeah, the oil will run out. But there's far more there than what has been publicised, namely off the West coast which has only just started being explored and where were are finding more reserves. It what we do with that revenue while it's there that's important, and it's what Westminster has wasted for the last 40 years.
lau03143 wrote:But the Scottish economy is very diverse; ship building, renewables, whisky, food, finance, electronics, pharmaceuticals, education, agriculture, video gaming and now newly forming space agencies and start-ups. It's far more diverse and robust than many similar sized nations such as Ireland or Scandinavia.
FCB general wrote:http://rt.com/news/174480-isis-ransack-monastery-iraq/
Not a single word or serious reaction from Western countries. In this case there's no call for bombing and similar actions. But when Assad has fought and he is still fighting against those monsters, West wanted him to see with a twig in his ass like Gaddafi and bomb Syria. Imagine what would happen that someone in West decides to eliminate minorities(sexual at first), we would have police clock on streets, witch hunt and military breaking into the houses.
Bravo 'democracy', bravo!
pyrasur wrote:What? Like some random civilian killing minorities or are you saying the government.
pyrasur wrote:How does this stuff happening in other parts of the world get turned on the "West"?
Firefox1234 wrote:FCB general wrote:Here's another one:
TransAsia plane crash lands in Taiwan, dozens reported killed
Airplanes are becoming dangerous.
Lol classic fallacy, news on airplane disasters has grown recently but it doesn't mean airplanes are now dangerous. The fact that they are thousands and possibly millions of commercial flights everyday and we only hear of a handful of airplane accidents in a year says it all.
runaway wrote:Nothing happening in football and we have to face what's happening in the real world and it's fcking depressing. Local news, foreign news, depressing...
runaway wrote:There's certainly a threat to privacy but it can't be denied that smartphones have worsened the use of phones while driving.
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