Listed below are comments made by Mhadaidh between Friday, 8th January 2010 and Thursday, 16th September 2010
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What concerns me is that the Church associates 'being Christian' with 'being good'
This sermon from the Pope reinforces this
There are plenty of selfless, caring , hardworking atheists in this world
Having considered an idea carefully and made the choice of aethism doesn't make one bad - it means one has thought carefully about an idea and made an informed choice
Aethists are not bad or weak ; rejecting the idea of christmas celebration and presents takes courage
post 474 - nice one ....
as well as the bullet proof glass , there is the security and the policing as well
why the private flight ?
plenty of direct scheduled flights from Geneva to Edinburgh
not too far to Geneva from Vatican is it ?
and why the Popemobile ?
I seem to remember the Airlink bus does a very good service to central Edinburgh
and if he wants more privacy get a taxi
everyone else is facing cutbacks , where has the cash for this come from?
I like the episode of Blackadder that mocks the election , brilliantly funny , and so well observed , but its bnot on this year :(
It is bringing one's personal political opinion into the classroom as a teacher that is wrong ; whatever these views may be
The Campaign against the Beauly to Denny power line took a very sinister turn ...........
I am VI and I have found it best to get the cheapest simplest phone as there is less to learn when you can't see to learn it - fewer tears whne you lose it as well
most phones let you enlarge text on text messages
learn your key pad so you can send texts without trying to see the letters on it and write out a 'crib' so you know the keys to type for common words , including your name
flip-top or sliders are fiddly , the simplest Nokia does the job
set the ring tone to loudest so if you lose your phone at home you can dial its number on your landline and find it
Parliament is dissolved , but heh, lets not have a General Election , but govern ourselves instead
what will be banned in Dublin if France win the world cup this year
Income tax abolished
perhaps when you hear 'sorry didn't see you there' the person saying it is VI
I often don't see mobility scooters , but because my impairment is hidden , people blame me - I
yes I may wander straight in front of you , but surely I have a right to use the pavement
your scooters are difficult to negotiate
I was hit by a mobility scooter and it hurt me , not the scooter driver
they are heavy and hurt when they hit you
what do want me to do , stay at home, and let you rule the road , I don't think so
pavements are for pedestrians
and as for 'getting up speed' please don't
the length of time it will take the government to prove that this winter's weather is proof of global warming
I know it's 11pm and you all want to go home , but I just have one more point to make , it will only take ......
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