Author(s): Robert Fairnie
Copyright holder(s): Robert Fairnie
The Scots Leid Quorum
Eydentlie uphaudin the Scots Leid Campaine
e-screive: [CENSORED: emailaddress]
[CENSORED: forename] [CENSORED: surname],
29t. Aprile 2001
Monie thanks for the bit oot the Herald. A didna see ocht the like in the Scotsman but mind A'v no aye been gittin it ilka day this past wee while. Aiblins they maun be missin ma custom for they've pitten the price doon agane tae 20p. A think we shuid aw pit wir baw-bee's worth intae thon comatee an Forgotten Folk shuid lead the wey. Ma biggest dizzie wi the pairlament is the want o onie Scots signage on the wa's an A'v gien [CENSORED: forename] a wee cartoon A did anent it for pittin on the wabsteid.
A'v spoken tae [CENSORED: forename] [CENSORED: surname] on the phone twa three times an he soonds braw keen tae eik tae his kennin o Scots. The wis ae time he wis phonin frae his taxi an haed tae excuise hissel for a wee while. Whan he got back he says, "A cannae understaun some folk. They see me on the phone an yit they still chap the windae tae speak tae me."
Wi couthie thochts,
R. Fairnie (Secretar).
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