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Jackie Stewart reckons Paul di Resta would be a good choice for Ferrari

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Taipan

May 10, 2012 9:42 PM

Angelina The "developing" country China has a GDP of $7.3 trillion, the second biggest economy on the planet and the fastest growing, given that do you still think Scotland definitely has a better economy than China?

AlexSalmond - Unregistered

May 10, 2012 9:48 PM

Big economy that China??? tuuuuccch

Aye, do you really think we'd have borrowed the Panda's for Edinburgh Zoo if we had a bigger economy? do you thing we'd be letting Donald -the rug - Trump on the telly if that was the case?????

Taipan

May 10, 2012 9:58 PM

Hello First Minister, I hear you abolished bridge tolls in an attempt to convince the masses to go independent, wish you'd done it when I lived there, spent a damn fortune crossing the Forth Road Bridge over the years, I might even have voted for you if you had (doubt it though)

AlexSalmond - Unregistered

May 10, 2012 10:02 PM

@Taipan

Call me wee eck laddie.

IF you continue to call tell the truth about lulu we'll give you a golden key to the city of Edinburgh....it'll get you into the best bars...you know the ones laddie....in the grass market....nudge nudge wink wink

Taipan

May 10, 2012 10:08 PM

Thanks for that Mr Salmond I'll keep up the good work, I've had a few enjoyable nights staggering down Rose Street, any chance of giving me the freedom of Glasgow instead? you know what they say, more fun at a Glasgow funeral than an Edinburgh wedding! lol

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