I enjoy documentaries both for what they show as they go along and for the genre itself.You have the British style, presented by a learned fellow in jeans walking along a beach, a meadow, a street, the dark side of the moon, whilst elucidating how the world turned out to be what it is. Or the American style with the disembodied steroid-enhanced gravel voice (unless we're talking about Michael Moore) going through discoveries by the number until we get to the one that left the whole community of scholars, scientists, or worker termites completely flabbergasted, a discovery impeccably timed to happen right after the next advertisement break. The journalistic variety emphasise how clandestine the program or film you're watching is. The more shaky the handheld or hidden camera is, the better the journalistic credentials.Are there any documentaries (or dramatisations) you have found interesting, and why?
Try a proper revolution.
The majority did not want same sex poof marriages.
You seems to simply ignore what does not suit you and that includes the petitions that go into the Scottish parliament. Far more responded in tens of thousands than on the independence thing yet ignored.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Sixty percent of Americans now support same-sex marriage, as the Supreme Court prepares to rule on its constitutionality next month. This is up from 55% last year and is the highest Gallup has found on the question since it was first asked in 1996.
The latest poll made by BBC Radio in March 2014 found that 68% of the respondents agreed same-sex marriage should be permitted and 26% opposed it. The research also found that younger people were more likely to support same-sex marriage, with 80% of 18 to 34-year-olds backing it, compared with 44% of over-65s. Of those polled, women were more likely to support same-sex marriage than men, with 75% of women for it compared with 61% of men in favour.
You are attracting Scots but the bottom of the pile loud mouthed, arrogant and ignorant
Oh and you no doubt had hoped for a labour minority win
I note that around 430,000 Scots voted for the Tories which is not insignificant
there are so many Scots Nazis
This thread may be high on drama lately, but hardly on documentation.
many Scots who were of the more emotional persuasion voted for you in the General Election
Note all that he cannot answer the charges but falls back on the old thread excuse of would-be satire or scoffing.
A suitable answer for big head tt92 -
Some 430,000,000 Tory voters in Scotland so what a hoot there are still so many but that is the way the nationalist emotionals rant.
Quote from: rjhowie on 2015-08-25, 20:52:56Some 430,000,000 Tory voters in Scotland so what a hoot there are still so many but that is the way the nationalist emotionals rant. I had no idea there's nearly as many Tory voters in Scotland as the combined population of the US and Mexico.
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