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Dec 10th, 2002 at 12:39am
 
Post any bright ideas, or even bizarre or unusual ones here.
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Re: Any bright ideas?
Reply #1 - Dec 13th, 2002 at 6:25am
 
I would appreciate a mention of books in the forum.
Although I'm new and perhaps this has been done before. 
Nevertheless, if members read a good book, why not tell the rest of us.
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Reply #2 - Dec 15th, 2002 at 6:10am
 
Done - I've renamed the Music, Films and TV section to include Books.
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Reply #3 - Apr 16th, 2005 at 3:04am
 
Do you know what would be brilliant!!  If someone posts a situation believing that this is a forum where one can be given some advice, just to receive some form of acknowledgement even if it says 'your story has touched my heart now sod off and stop bothering me'

I have noticed many requests for some light at the end of the tunnel but........buggarall!!  not even an acknowledgement even to say  'sorry, the law was last reviewed in 1652 and we do not have a solution, good luck!  Even that would make one feel that at least somebody is interested.  Roll Eyes
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Reply #4 - Dec 16th, 2005 at 4:29am
 
I think the level of responses is getting better now, no?
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Reply #5 - Nov 20th, 2008 at 1:30am
 
WELCOME TO JOIN THE SILENT WALK FOR JUSTICE

IN EDINBURGH 4 DEC 2008, 15.00-19.00


People are innocently put to jail, while the criminals walk free. Families are

fighting for years and years to get crimes that were committed to their loved ones

investigated, but in vain. So many persons are missing, and so many of them are

young children.  Children that died have had organs removed illegally. There are

victims of crimes that are not compensated and cared for. People are robbed by

the council, of the Common Good Land that was donated to them decades

ago. There is violence against women, sexual abuse against children, lawyers

cheating their clients, authorities withholding information and covering up, and so

on. The list could be long and many of you reading this have your own severe

cases to add.



You are all welcome to join The Silent Walk For Justice 2008. We will all meet at 15.00 p.m.

outside Edinburgh Castle. Then a lone bagpiper will signal and we will all walk together, the

Royal Mile down from the Edinburgh castle, peacefully and in silence to honour our loved ones

and stop at the Scottish Parliament.



Outside the Scottish Parliament we will all put down our pictures of the ones, or what we are

fighting for, and we will light our candles and put them beside the pictures.



We will all stand behind the shrine with the pictures and burning candles. The bag piper will

signal and The Cabinet Secretary of Justice Kenny MacAskill, or who will be sent in his place,

will meet us outside.



The man and the woman representing the Scottish people will perform a short speech, and

after that The Cabinet Secretary of Justice will make a short speech. The people’s writing and

name lists will be handed over to Mr MacAskill



The bag piper will signal and there will be a SILENT MINUTE for all the loved ones. Then the

lone piper will play a Scottish tune.



The Cabinet Secretary of Justice will return into the Parliament building and the bag piper will

signal for the journalists to step forward, take pictures and make interviews.



The pictures and candles must be removed and The Silent Walk For Justice 2008 will end at

19.00 pm



The Silent Walk for Justice, must be absolutely peaceful and silent, we will let our

pictures and candles speak for our mission.



Guje Borgesson & Maria Jansson

Truth&Justice4All



gujeborgesson@hotmail.com  mia.jansson1222@hotmail.com
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