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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - TimBisley
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#9 - robertolee
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Another magnificent Scottish bastard.
#21 to #9 - realvegzillar
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He's English just like David Tennant
He's English just like David Tennant
User avatar #22 to #21 - robertolee
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He's Scottish, just like Andy Murray, the Scottish tennis player.
#23 to #22 - realvegzillar
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#24 to #22 - realvegzillar
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No he's English like Alex Ferguson
User avatar #25 to #24 - robertolee
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Alex Ferguson is quite clearly not of this planet. He and Jose Mourinho were sent here to completely control the football world and win every trophy.
#10 to #9 - robertolee
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...And the gif that goes so well with it
...And the gif that goes so well with it
#20 - eatyerdug
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#1 - niggastolemyname
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#2 to #1 - rockerfeller
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I like this gif.
#8 to #1 - sanguinesolitude
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i love useless machines.
#28 - lookatmyhouseofwax
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#27 - hudis
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aw yeah knights4lyfe
aw yeah knights4lyfe
User avatar #30 to #27 - fuelnfire
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What is that? Got a source or anything?
User avatar #32 to #30 - zotico
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It's a game called Chivalry: Medieval Warfare
User avatar #41 to #30 - hudis
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Chivalry: Medieval Warfare indeed. It's a tonne of fun and isn't too expensive either. Not to mention that it takes barely any of your PC's performance. Play it.
User avatar #11 - topperharly
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scotland, best country in the world. i lived there for 13 weeks. and if i could get the citizenship i would take it in a heart beat. (i know its still uk but i hope that they will be independent soon.
User avatar #16 to #11 - monkee
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I'm scottish and if we become independent we are ******. Our devolved governments spending all their resources into this referendum and they're not even answering the big questions. Considering we get more money from Westminster than we give to them, still have free further education and free prescriptions, I think we're better off where we are.
#29 to #16 - mackigol
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WE get more money from Westminster than we pay in because the UK is running at a massive deficit. Proportionately, we are net contributors to the UK, while the other 3 components are debtors.
#31 to #16 - kenzooznek
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I gotta love your small mindedness,if you were looking for big answers you should have looked, here are a few. If we were to become independent we would only inherit 8% of the Uk's national debt thats 800 million out of a total trillion (TRILLION). If Scotland were Independent in 2011 we would have been £4.4 billion better off, we would have invested £1.4 billion in infrastructure to create jobs, we could have saved another £1.4 billion so our children share in our oil wealth and still have £200 million to spend on other priorities like scrapping the bedroom tax, Also in an independent Scotland we could get rid of the nuclear weapons from faslane Ditching new Trident would make £226k available for every UK primary school each year for 30 years! Insane money!

So what are you afraid of? We would be the 6th richest country in the world if we Vote yes
#33 to #31 - anon id: 3ae784b3
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But where would those jobs come from? Which industries would just open their doors, unless we had more to produce all of a sudden? We've already sold off so many of our industries (we don't even make profit off our wind farms anymore -- they've been bought out).
Our oil wont last forever. Maybe 30 years? What about afterwards?
And getting rid of our nuclear weapons? Why would we want to do that? The possession of might is important to making an impression on the world stage.
#45 to #33 - mackigol
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If you recall the Carbon Capture installation planned for Grangemouth (which would have made Scotland one of the world leaders in such technology, while creating jobs and boosting the renewables industry in Scotland) that had the funding withdrawn by the Conservative/Lib Dem government soon after they took office. Soon after this, funding was granted for a near identical project in the South of England.

So long as we are governed by a majority English elected Parliament we will never progress and begin to stagnate.

We don't need Trident, we don't need to interfere with other countries matters. Where are Norway's nuclear warheads? Where are Switzerland's?
User avatar #48 to #45 - monkee
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A large portion of the SNP's plan for independence relies on oil prices, a constantly unstable and unreliable market. I'll start listening to all this bull on clean energy when our government actually shows some initiative in starting to properly fund these projects. I am in favour of a nuclear deterrent so talking about trident doesn't put me off. The way the worlds going we might need it soon. I am also in favour of a referendum on the Westminster voting system (which was shot down because not enough people actually do their research) and further devolution of powers. Why split up a union which would leave us without allies and an adequate platform on the world stage? The UK has an extremely favourable position in the UN, European union and the NATO agreement, Scotland leaves this we lose all this (plus having to adhere to strict EU requirements IF they let us join again). America has already released a statement saying they would be weary of investing or partnering with an independent Scotland, as it would be very unstable for the first few decades. I have yet to see one reputable fact surrounding all this insane money we're supposed to make, in fact I have clearly seen the opposite when browsing the scottish governments own records. The YES campaign and the SNP can't even agree on what currency to use, the entire things is a shambles. Why not invest in all these things first THEN hold the referendum? The entire thing is backwards to me. Nobody has answered any questions surrounding the military, investment, the EU, the NHS, Education. I don't understand gambling everything we have to become a much smaller and weaker country. I am studying a degree in politics and would also like the opportunity to work in both parliaments in the future. I have worked for the SNP in the Scottish parliament itself. They're all barking mad.
User avatar #49 to #48 - monkee
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You aint turning my opinion around, I've spent faaaaar too much time researching. The YES campaign relies solely on hate for the English and misrepresented facts (such as blatantly lying on their leaflets about the state of the countries economics).
#38 - kidsquicker
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User avatar #39 to #38 - ofmiceandmen
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I'm from Iowa and I can confirm this.
User avatar #42 to #38 - contradiction
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that's how i feel when i enter nebraska
User avatar #18 - monkee
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This is why I love my country. In my local area we have a massive medieval festival once a year and the whole town goes back to the 14th century, with King Robert the Bruce up and wondering about. He's buried here
#26 to #18 - teddysbawz
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You live in Dunfermline ?
User avatar #47 to #26 - monkee
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Yup. You know it?
#50 to #47 - teddysbawz
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Do indeed. Live there myself.
User avatar #51 to #50 - monkee
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Awesome, never thought I'd meet someone on here from the local area
User avatar #15 - ireallylikepotatoe
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Unless you're English.
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