Loki’s article on Bella Caledonia has certainly generated a lot of controversy, including two responses published on Bella, a republishing of my previous article on here, the other from Kirsty Strickland. Loki himself has also responded to these articles both by video and in writing taking on board the criticisms made.
I’m not in Glasgow right now, but the sound of men whinging in that city is reaching me over the other side of the continent. Teh menz are confused, especially the leftie ones and male tears are being wept by the bucketload all over teh interwebs.
When I was three, I used to go to a wee playgroup in the church round the corner from my Granny’s house. I loved that playgroup, and I especially loved the woodworking table. Back in the 70s when health and safety was less of a deal than it is now, there were painted blocks that …
Right now, the whole of Glasgow, it seems, is enraged about a patronising and insensitive art project, The Glasgow Effect, funded by Creative Scotland I went off searching for more information on the project and, by way of a meander, found Creative Scotland’s “Get Scotland Dancing” strategy for dance.
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