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  1. tolywoly

    TRNSMT Festival 2018

    Festival premium. It's probably a worse coach too
  2. tolywoly

    TRNSMT Festival 2018

    There is also a 24hr Glasgow-Edinburgh bus service run by Citylink. The bus station is 20mins walk from Glasgow Green. May be a cheaper option than the festival coach.
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    Site map

    This one? http://cdn.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/A3-MAP-2017-FINALa.pdf
  4. tolywoly

    Who's playing which day 2017

    The Beat are playing Friday according to their site. Hopefully not clashing with the Flaming Lips. http://www.thebeatofficial.com/tour/
  5. tolywoly

    The Mystery Pryamid Stage Sunday (Disco) Collboration Theory

    Is she. Tried to look in to her dates, the nearest one I could see was the 28th. Page must have been out of date. It was a good theory while it lasted.
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    Stage Predictions 2017

    Ah...I enjoy this time of year, after the first poster. Watching the day and stage splits slowly take shape on the efests lineup page. West Holts Saturday is looking good.
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    The Mystery Pryamid Stage Sunday (Disco) Collboration Theory

    Could Diana Ross be the special guest? Chic do play a couple of her songs. Might have been substance in that Sunday rumor after all...
  8. tolywoly

    The Dirty Independence Question

    Sorry, I'm just too rational. I'll just need to suck it up and deal with all the morons screaming 'traitor' at me.
  9. tolywoly

    The Dirty Independence Question

    She wanted to get it in before the party conference. She couldn't do at conference and have her announcement accompanied by roaring party loyalists waving Yes2 saltires at her. Better to appear dignified and statesman like, People assume Sturgeon doesn't actually want a ref. Of course she does. She just wants one under as favourable conditions as possible. If that's not now then when? Of course if it happens, the Scottish people would turn on the SNP once they saw the reality. But the job would have been done. The childhood dream realised. That's all that matters.
  10. tolywoly

    The Dirty Independence Question

    It's now or never. It's that simple I think. The circumstances are far from ideal for independence (Brexit hasn't turned out to be the wedge they'd hoped) but there;s no sign of them getting any more favourable. As I've said here before, campaigning for a No last time wasn't a very pleasant experience. I'm not looking forward to going through it again.
  11. tolywoly

    West Holts 2017

    Toots = best TBC thus far.
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    Unlikely acts you'd love to see

    Tom Waits in the legends slot. An extreme long shot I admit. But it would be amazing. I'll enjoy Diana Ross too.
  13. tolywoly

    The Dirty Independence Question

    It's pretty easy to get the numbers to add up if you just assume another country is going to pay for some of your public spending. Great idea. The UK should pay for and independent scotland's NHS too. Nice to see this thread is still going strong.
  14. tolywoly

    The Dirty Independence Question

    Agreed. Unfortunately I've been called called a traitor dozens of times. At least we can agree to be grown up and civil here.
  15. tolywoly

    The Dirty Independence Question

    No, that's not what I was getting at. The critical distinction is - I was referring to what Scottish nationalists currently have in their favour, not iScotland. If I was going to list the things Scottish Nationalism has going for it right now, one would be the current lack of scrutiny on the practical details of independence. You've mentioned some of the usual suspects. Another referendum campaign would reopen those debates. Do nationalists have any better answers than they did last time? Because of the continued downward trend in oil income, it will be much harder for them to misrepresent Scotland's financial position by taking a selective view of the data. That "second oil boom" chat is unlikely to work again either.