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Sun Oct 3 9:50 pm  #6

Re: See Govan from the point of view of a bird.

Ellen wrote:

Well, you've certainly done your research Jimmy! Yes, that was the article on the Lady Govan website that I meant.
That first comment above was very direct and it shocked me actually - not the idea of the Lyceum becoming a mosque but the revulsion that seems to come across in the post itself. Oh well, everyone is entitled to an opinion I suppose.
So it isn't to become a mosque or a block of flats, I wonder what then??

There is supposed to be some Development but I don't know what that guy was on about! I too was a bit shocked by the others comment but I guess that's the way some idiots are now! If you think I should remove that part let me know and it's gone. OK?

Just noticed you are on here at the same time as me tonight! Hello! lol

Haste ye back.
             Jimmy. (

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