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« Reply #13275 on: September 18, 2014, 11:20:02 PM »

West Dumbartonshire

I'm impressed that is a real place...
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« Reply #13276 on: September 18, 2014, 11:22:06 PM »

You missed Clackmannanshire earlier.

We have weird names. :p
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« Reply #13277 on: September 19, 2014, 12:11:37 AM »

Ah well, it's pretty clear Scotland will not go independant.

Food banks and families waiting 4 days for food in deprived areas can continue. :)
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« Reply #13278 on: September 19, 2014, 01:47:14 AM »

You missed Clackmannanshire earlier.

We have weird names. :p

Do you know that they're weird or was it more online reactions that have convinced you they're weird?  Kind of like how saying 'eh' in Canada is totally normal ...till others point out in ain't.

Ah well, it's pretty clear Scotland will not go independant.

Food banks and families waiting 4 days for food in deprived areas can continue. :)

So same time next year?
Vote 2015?

The numbers have spoken, but clearly this is something a lot of people wanted to go differently (way too close to call this 'overwhelming majority', I mean)
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« Reply #13279 on: September 19, 2014, 01:58:03 AM »

1,539,920 vs 1,914,187.

It would be ridiculous for Westminster to ignore what nearly half the population of Scotland desire in regards to changes to policies and how the government is run. David Cameron also promised new powers to Scotland in the event of a No vote, but who knows what will happen beyond perhaps more control over Income Tax.

More people voted in Scotland today than ever before. Pretty much our entire country.

If Westminster don't deliver on change, I won't be surprised if we look at this happening again within the next 10 years, with an overwhelming yes vote.


EDIT: As for funny names, this is the first time I've ever heard of that county myself and me and my sister were laughing when it came up, so no, we think it's weird too.
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« Reply #13280 on: September 19, 2014, 10:27:35 AM »

It would be ridiculous for Westminster to ignore what nearly half the population of Scotland desire in regards to changes to policies and how the government is run.

"A government actually listening to what it's people want, now there's a quaint thought" - Americans everywhere
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« Reply #13281 on: September 19, 2014, 07:23:26 PM »

1,539,920 vs 1,914,187.

It would be ridiculous for Westminster to ignore what nearly half the population of Scotland desire in regards to changes to policies and how the government is run. David Cameron also promised new powers to Scotland in the event of a No vote, but who knows what will happen beyond perhaps more control over Income Tax.

More people voted in Scotland today than ever before. Pretty much our entire country.

If Westminster don't deliver on change, I won't be surprised if we look at this happening again within the next 10 years, with an overwhelming yes vote.


EDIT: As for funny names, this is the first time I've ever heard of that county myself and me and my sister were laughing when it came up, so no, we think it's weird too.

Could you have a referendum to like, kick England out of the UK? Or out of Great Britain entirely I mean weren't the English originally from Denmark or something anyway?

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« Reply #13282 on: September 19, 2014, 07:42:13 PM »

Hahaha. Perhaps before, but now the conservatives want "English votes for English laws" now in response to Scotland trying to go Independant,  meaning we wouldnt get a say in that decision.
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« Reply #13283 on: September 20, 2014, 08:35:35 PM »

I finally made my aforementioned big life decision.  I've decided that 2014 will be my final year playing with the band.  I love music, I love the band, and it's been a great ride (not only with this band but with my previous bands as well), but hot damn the whole "touring band" lifestyle's taken its toll on me and I'm ready to close that chapter of my life.  I have other priorities in my life that demand my time, energy, and attention.  

So, yeah, Dincrest will be hanging up his "rock star" spurs.  This was a super difficult decision and one I've been twisting myself in knots over for months now.  I'm not the type to make snap decisions, I always think them though often to the point of overthinking.  

The band is obviously not happy about this.  It's like a painful breakup with a significant other (or in this case, four significant others).  But I gotta follow my heart and know when to say "enough is enough."  The band existed without me for years and will continue to thrive after me.  
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