I don't usually buy The Herald
and rarely quote it because of the paper's stone-age linking system. I did get a copy yesterday - it's probably safer reading material than the Scotsman
when one is in a Glasgow pub with Hearts beating Partick Thistle on the TV.
This was in yesterday's Herald:
The balance of opinion among this week's Herald letter writers
The government's plans to introduce identity cards for British citizens must be opposed.
100% said Yes
0% said No
Seems fair enough to me.
Comments made on previous template:
Nowadays recycling is probably compulsory.
27 February 2006, 13:12:39 GMT
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Nothing to do with the posted story, but thought might interest you anyway...
I sometimes visit antique/junk shops and today found a quite nice (empty) decanter from the USA, probably made sometime around 1930. In raised letters skirting the base:
"FEDERAL LAW FORBIDS REUSE OR SALE OF THIS BOTTLE"
No freedom and whisky.
26 February 2006, 20:22:05 GMT
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