Another year has come and gone, and we’d just like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for visiting TGTRS. Together, you’ve made this our most successful year since 2013, and we’re hoping to take that momentum into 2019 so that we can really thrive, producing great content for you, and making us feel pretty damn good about it.
In the next few days, Benny and I will be discussing a few directions we intend to go in 2019, and then after that, the team as a whole will be chatting about these directions and seeing whether they’re right for the site and how we want to go about it. Rest assured, we have big plans, and we hope to have you join us in exploring them.
But, for now, all of us at TGTRS would like to wish you a very Happy New Year, and we hope to keep seeing you throughout 2019.
PS. The person that comes up with the best meaning behind AIB during the course of January 2019 will win something for the value of up to £5.00 Sterling. Comment below, or on our Facebook or Twitter to enter.
2018 has been a remarkable year, and since it’s coming to a close, we’ve been doing a lot of looking over the way things have gone for us over the last 12 months, so that we can make things even better for you, our reader, in 2019.
So, as part of our mission to make things better for you and everyone else, let’s have a look at 2018, through our reviews.
Continue reading “2018 In Reviews”
On behalf of the entire TGTRS team, we wish you a very Merry Christmas!
Well, readers, it is finally here. In just a few hours, it will be election day, and I have yet to share my thoughts. That will change now. Here’s what I think.
Continue reading “The UK General Election, 2015”
Recently, US radio host Rush Limbaugh said that actor Idris Elba shouldn’t play James Bond because he is black and Ian Fleming wrote the character as a white Scot. This is bullshit.
Continue reading “Benny4700’s Opinion on: A Black James Bond”
Okay, so, we’re all agreed that it was a No vote, right? What do you mean, there was vote tampering? So, you’re not happy with the outcome? Well, join the 1,617,989 people of Scotland who voted no, or, if you’re one of them, join the 1,617,988 other people of Scotland who voted no. Not for violence, though. That would be wrong. No violence. Or I’ll slap ya!
Continue reading “The Aftermath Of The Scottish Independence Referendum”
Good evening to you all – I have approximately 9 minutes to write this before my Fray Bentos Pie finishes cooking (late tea for me tonight…), so I’ll keep this short. In approximately 28 minutes, the voting stations will close, the news at 10 will start, and I will be eagerly awaiting the results of the vote. Now, to be fair, I’ll be on the laptop, entertaining myself, whilst they count. I’d offer to help, but they’d be done before I got there, and to be honest, I would probably make a fuss of the whole ordeal.
For those of you with any interest in the vote, then I have two articles for you to read while you first. First, there is our article on the subject, written by Benny and I on Monday, which you can find here, or there’s this article by a friend of mine from college, about how a vote for independence, is a vote for a better society, which can be found here.
Like, share, comment, add me on skype and debate the subject with me, or sit at home masturbating. Whatever you do to pass the time before we find out if it’s an aye or a nay on the vote is entirely up to you, but whatever you do, enjoy doing it. These may be the last of days like this, or the start of a never ending line of them. Surely it’s better to remember the night it all stated?