Pupils calling for an inquiry into the public health impact of cheap alcohol are set to provide evidence to MSPs.
The Public Petitions Committee is to leave its Holyrood base and host a meeting at All Saints Secondary School.
The Glasgow school said the move proved to students that those in power did take notice of young people's opinions.
Dilusha Pathirana, Roisin Craig and James McKee made history earlier this month, when they presented the 1,000th public petition to Holyrood.
The committee will hear the pupils' evidence, which was gained by conducting research in the shops around their school where they found alcohol on sale for less than the price of a bottle of water.
Who gives a shit? Water is a hideous drink, fit only for making into alcoholic beverages: it should be more expensive than booze, damn it!
Still, it's fucking typical that the Executive to listen to a bunch of children; that's about the level of the bastards. We discovered this when that cloth-eared fuckwit Margot Wallstrom and the pug-faced moron decided to host a special seminar (which I excoriated at the time in one of my more lyrical posts)—on how fucking wonderful the EU was—with a bunch of youngsters: they are so much easier to brainwash, you see.
In the name of all that's unholy, I have still to work out what the hell I think on some issues and your humble Devil is nearing thirty; why the unformed and uninformed opinions of a bunch of adolescents should be worth listening to—especially when the Executive has cut out more mature and knowledgeable voices by blocking access to blogs on the Holyrood servers—passes all understanding, frankly. Especially when the bastards want to assist the fascist Executive in pushing yet more limits on one of the few pleasures that the absolute cunts have left us.
So here's a message to the Executive and the three students of All Saints Secondary School: fuck off and die, you immature, pusillanimous cunts.