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Indeed steleeyma there was no need for any attack on Paul's poem as it was a remembrance one.

 

As for that numptie who wrote the attack (Paul Stokes) he made a formal complaint to have his picture removed from the site.

 

He's just a sad man with a sad life


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hi hammers6.need to ask you a question if you dont mind answering.i noticed that paul stokes aka sewer mouth has requested his picture to be taken of a site is that this site or the site where he begs for work at funerals as i did do a post surgesting he goes out trick or treating without a mask on.surely that arsehole aint took offence to that well if he has i aint gonna appologise.


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hi hammers.i do appologise just noticed youve had rent a kill in and exstermanated the sever rats picture.

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ive allways told my kids from an early age bald head and glasses are coopers or grasses.

 

Is that why i keep getting pelters fae the hoody-toap brigade? Thanks alot Linda!  Bilko


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A very sincere and heartfelt poem by Paul Ferris in remembrance and honour of his two close friends. Thanks for posting it in its entirety Hammer6.

 

The sincerity and warmth of the poem was obviously lost on this Paul Stokes creature, no doubt he has never had a friend let alone lost any. Why he saw fit to pass such negative comments could well be due to the old green eyed God, after all Paul Ferris is now a successful author, something i have no doubt Mr Stokes aspires to be. It must hurt all those years at Uni only to graduate and find the sole sum of your worth is to be editor-in-chief of your own blog.

 

My advice to Paul Stokes would be to discard the negativity, do not pass judgement on other people unless you have walked a mile in their shoes and remove the chip from your shoulder. Bilko

 

 


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hi bilko.sorry aboat the comment of bald head and glasses.im sure your a very nice man.but it was directed at a certain person that just writes utter crap.

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but it was directed at a certain person that just writes utter crap.

Ouch...again yer oan ma case! Ah never dun nuthin tae you Linda, whits the score doll?  Bilko


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hi bilko.i would never offend anybody unless i thought they deserved it and them two aresholes do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I know that Linda auld Bilko is just kidding around.
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A very sincere and heartfelt poem by Paul Ferris in remembrance and honour of his two close friends. Thanks for posting it in its entirety Hammer6.

 

The sincerity and warmth of the poem was obviously lost on this Paul Stokes creature, no doubt he has never had a friend let alone lost any. Why he saw fit to pass such negative comments could well be due to the old green eyed God, after all Paul Ferris is now a successful author, something i have no doubt Mr Stokes aspires to be. It must hurt all those years at Uni only to graduate and find the sole sum of your worth is to be editor-in-chief of your own blog.

 

My advice to Paul Stokes would be to discard the negativity, do not pass judgement on other people unless you have walked a mile in their shoes and remove the chip from your shoulder. Bilko

 

 

Very well put Bilko as not only was it uncalled for I am sure the GREEN-EYED MONSTER is spot on.

 

 


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hammers 6 well said aboat paul stokes.i noticed reg mckay had done a column today in the record aboat losing friends and so on he got a few good points over people judge to quick now adays and beleave all what is printed in mags and papers.there aint many people in this world can honestly say when theyve lost a friend they continue to do the ritual of the cemetary birthdays xmas and anniversaries 15 years down the line,thats what you call a true loyal friend.i do it to my friend and its only 7 years this new years eve my mate was priceless and can never be replaced 

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Hi Linda,

 

Here is Reg's story in full and thank you once again

 

WAY WE REACT TO DEATH IS A DYING SHAME
6 October 2006...

DEATH and taxes are the only things that are certain, some old guy once said. Plenty folk disprove his views on the powers of the Inland Revenue, but death? Worrying about it is enough to kill you.

We can cure some types of cancer, send punters into space, use DNA to prove exactly who sweated on that murdering chib 30 years ago and a hell of alot more. With all the progress we've made, now is a very good time to live. But, as ever, it's a good time to die.

Death is the great leveller that no one escapes from, no matter how much dosh they have. Even the death of a stranger is enough to illicit a pang of grief in us. Or is it?

Who didn't feel their emotions well up hearing of young Angelika Kluk's murder?

No one except the bitter, twisted and self-centred. Oh aye, and her killer, of course.

Confession time. After her death, driving past a Polish deli, the sight of the Saltire and the Polish flag draped in the window was enough to bring a tear to this wizened scribbler's eye.

 

Think I was the only one? Yet do we sympathise with the bereavement of some more than others? Can any of us admit to ever being pleased that someone had popped their clogs?

Moors murderer Myra Hindley maybe? Or when her partner in crime, Ian Brady, snuffs it? Understandable, but what of those no one has called monster?

I was just settling into the heat of Egypt when a pal phoned to tell me Glenn Lucas had suddenly died. We had written a book together about the Arlene Fraser case and you can't have that kind of partnership without friendship and admiration.

The simple, tragic news was enough to turn a country where the sun always shines as cold as the grave. For me at least.

But I knew there would be others who'd greet the news with a satisfied smile. The ones who would gain by his loss. The ones who were safer once he was dead. Tales of suicide and taking secrets to his grave soon hit the wire. All rubbish but more than that.

Glenn was beyond being hurt, of course. But what about his wife, Maya? And his elderly mother? Did the muck slingers think of them?

Even his best friends wouldn't claim Paul Ferris was a poet. When he placed an In Memoriam ad recently for his two murdered pals, Bobby Glover and Joe Hanlon, most folk would have respected it at face value - a man still grieving for his mates 15 years after their deaths.

Not so some dull-witted hack in one of those big papers that comes out on Sundays.

He had to dedicate some good few column inches slagging off Ferris's rhymes.

Fair dos. Paul Ferris is grown-up enough to take criticism. Yet did the short-on-stories journo think of Hanlon and Glover's grieving families? Let's hope not, since that would have been deliberately cruel.

But if he didn't, why didn't he?

If you've been convicted of a crime or simply charged then freed, does that make your family fair game for every cheap-shot artist around?

What would we think of someone being so cruel to Helen Lennie who tragically watched her sons, Robert and John, being gunned down by David "Deid-Eye" Docherty?

Or to Kriss Donald's mum as the details of his death unfold at the trial of those accused of his murder. We all know, don't we.

Flash across the Atlantic to the Amish community mourning the senseless slaughter of their schoolgirls by Charles Carl Roberts. Not only are they talking about forgiveness, they have said that Roberts' wife and family would be welcome at the girls' funerals.

In all their grief and pain, they still manage to reach out and understand that the wife of the killer isn't the killer. That she, too, is in pain. That she needs to grieve.

The Amish might live, talk and dress in a way that most of us don't fancy.

But a little of their humanity might make our world a better place. Wouldn't it?


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bilko  do appologise again  it was your post i answered to and not hammers well said anyway green eyed slimmey monster more like it. best he crawls back under hes slimmey stone and tout for some more funeral work on his web page how could you have that speaking at a funeral erhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh creepy



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hammers 6 thanks.you goota give it to him the mans bang on in every sentence he writes

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Indeed Linda as long as its not a jail sentence but Reg does have a great flow about his column and the one today was his usual quality.


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