I’ve had the booster jab now so if you see me in the street, do feel free to get up close, pat me on the back perhaps or tell me which of my columns is your personal favourite. After all the months of distancing, the social interaction will do me good.
We could also talk, maybe, about something specific that happened at my booster jab, something I wasn’t expecting. On the whole, it all went pretty smoothly – the vaccines were being done by a mixture of local staff and soldiers brought up from England – and I was in and out of the booster centre in ten minutes or so.https://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/19809603.mark-smith-question-wasnt-expecting-booster-jab-are-british-/
Predictably, Union Flag-loving, Saltire-twitcher, Mark Smith got an English soldier ‘up from England to boost him.
That was not a shock but: ‘do feel free to get up close, pat me on the back perhaps or tell me which of my columns is your personal favourite?‘
Well, I’m going to quickly pass on the first two but that folk might have one of his columns as a personal favourite, stopped me in my tracks. Going by comments under his columns, there aren’t too many fans but, that’s what the Herald wants and needs.
My favourites? Ooooh! Let’s see.
The ones about:
How the world loves the Brits?
How we should accept Alister Jack’s 60% rule?
What his ‘reasonable’ friends can do about the SNP?
How Nicola has a disorder, a flawed personality or is Trumpian?
Why our reaction to Boris reveals our problems not his?
How Scottish Nationalists are just as nasty as other nationalists?
How Mark loves England?
No, I DID not make up any of these favourites for the Orange Order or Scotland in Union. See: https://talkingupscotlandtwo.com/?s=Mark+Smith