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?
Also at @RPGFan's bike-riding and foot-walking people, do you find your stride length gets kind of long and you're stuck walking at a permanently faster pace?
'Cause I feel like the longer I've been a pedestrian, the higher my baseline walkspeed is getting (and I guess it goes even higher if I walk diagonally!!!)