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Thread: Will there be a job in Glasgow for Sean Gallagher?

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    Default Will there be a job in Glasgow for Sean Gallagher?

    Glasgow has just won a 24m UK government grant to help make it a "smart city".
    BBC News - Glasgow wins 'smart city' government cash

    Seanie knows all about government grants and rewiring houses, so Glasgow seems to be an ideal place for him to be. He may even be able to rewire community services, thus extending his expertise.

    In Glasgow it's likely he'll be away from the temptations of picking up brown envelopes for FF and for standing again as an "independent" candidate for the Irish Presidency.

    And he'll be just down the road to Bloke's Bloke. Cork is really too far away from Birmingham.

    What's not to like?
    Brexit comes straight from hell. Everywhere it goes it causes disharmony, turbulence and misery. I think Brexiteers themselves must have some form of mental illness.

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    I don't even know where to begin!

    Am I supposed to slag off Sean Gallagher or Glasgow being a smart city?

    Too much to choose from ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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    Quote Originally Posted by harshreality View Post
    I don't even know where to begin!

    Am I supposed to slag off Sean Gallagher or Glasgow being a smart city?

    Too much to choose from ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    This is about a possible opportunity for Seanie. Remember he had a company called "Smart Homes" which, using a whole bunch of government grants, he "smartly" wired up for computers and phones etc. Most of his profits came from the government grants.

    You can slag off Glasgow if you want.
    Brexit comes straight from hell. Everywhere it goes it causes disharmony, turbulence and misery. I think Brexiteers themselves must have some form of mental illness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gracethepirate View Post
    This is about a possible opportunity for Seanie. Remember he had a company called "Smart Homes" which, using a whole bunch of government grants, he "smartly" wired up for computers and phones etc. Most of his profits came from the government grants.

    You can slag off Glasgow if you want.
    Is twitter not the place to slag off Seanie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harshreality View Post
    Is twitter not the place to slag off Seanie?
    I don't subscribe to Twitter. If you are that anxious about this thread why not ignore it? So far everyone else is
    Brexit comes straight from hell. Everywhere it goes it causes disharmony, turbulence and misery. I think Brexiteers themselves must have some form of mental illness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gracethepirate View Post
    I don't subscribe to Twitter. If you are that anxious about this thread why not ignore it? So far everyone else is
    Patience Grace, sometimes it takes time to make up puns and smart arse answers

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    I bet blokesbloke is buying his British Rail ticket as we speak!

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    Surely Glasgow has enough problems without Sean Gallagher getting involved?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harshreality View Post
    Patience Grace, sometimes it takes time to make up puns and smart arse answers
    I am gradually coming to the conclusion that my sense of humour, and sarcasm, is not the same as most p.ie people's
    Brexit comes straight from hell. Everywhere it goes it causes disharmony, turbulence and misery. I think Brexiteers themselves must have some form of mental illness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little_Korean View Post
    Surely Glasgow has enough problems without Sean Gallagher getting involved?
    Glasgow's pain, Ireland's gain?
    Brexit comes straight from hell. Everywhere it goes it causes disharmony, turbulence and misery. I think Brexiteers themselves must have some form of mental illness.

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