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Favorite visual artistAnsel AdamsFavorite moviesCitizen Kane, Finally Sunday, M. Helot's Vacation.Favorite bands / musical artistsA friend's kid once asked me "why are most of the music you play are by people who are dead?"Favorite booksDid English, lit' geography,modern & american history, creative writing @ Uni'. I like Mark Twain, Thorsten Veblen, Upton Sinclair, Philip Roth etc.Favorite writersSee Above; this might expand!Favorite gamesToo bloody old! Cricket, Fitba' Rugby on TVTools of the TradeI beg your pardon?!
This speech is available on the BBC's Web site. 'Scotland Politics'. The speech is honest, heart felt, passionately sincere and fully describes (in the limited time she was given) the breakdown of society not only in Scotland, but also in the rest of the UK. As she states the SNP is not about nationalism, it is for social justice for all, not merely the rich and powerful. The Conservative Government(s) ever since Thatcher (and before) have torn the fabric of Britain apart and created the divided nation that they accuse other parties of doing. Cameron's Government breaks pre-election pledges, starves the Health Services, Emergency Services, Education, Welfare for people that need help: the disabled, elderly etc. all cut a budget deficit that they, in part, helped create. Working people are existing on wages below a 'Living Wage'. That 'Food Banks' exist in this country is national disgrace, yet there are 'Top-Class (never a truer phrase spoken there) Restaurants that serve bottles of wine that cost £2,000 each. That amount of money can be 50% of what some people have to live on for 6 months. Yet, the Tories harp on about a 'Just Society for all". One of Cameron's favourite phrases is " Freedom through Work". That phrase seems somewhat familiar somehow does it not?