13 Comments (since 19 Sep 2014)
Very close, wasn't it? The passion won't go away.....
@debutch Problem is, whichever way it went, half the population was going to be bitterly disappointed. In one sense it's a sensible outcome because for it to have been a 'yes' we'd really have needed a landslide vote in order for Scotland not to become an independent state divided within itself from the start. But what message does our 'no' send to Westminster? Cameron's no doubt getting badgered senseless to backpedal on all his promises, which will now seem to have been totally unnecesssary.
@AlicejustMay Absolutely agree!
@AlicejustMay Stop your revolutionary murmurings, only half the population bitterly disappointed? That's a good day around here !!!!
Thanks, @KerryEJordan - much appreciated! As for you, @kemiladashdot - stop being so upbeat about bitterness. It's unnervingly uncharacteristic of you. Although your cheekiness isn't.
@AlicejustMay for President! Or at the very least Queen of Scots!
I want to move to Scotland so bad after last week. And work towards getting a better result next time round!
@thisismymistake Ha! Funny thing is, it's my birthday tomorrow and Lana (pictured with me) has decreed I shall be King Alice for a day!
@AlicejustMay Well said Alice. You DO speak a lot of sense.
Happy Birthday today @AlicejustMay
@AlicejustMay You and @parafoxa and @LeonardCohen! Happy Coronation Day!
@AlicejustMay Happy birthday :) Nice to be back here! Loved your pick as usual. Fab track from your finest indeed. P.S. You Scotts got the best possible outcome in my view: more autonomy without the independence troubles... and Continental Europe is relieved for now...
Thank you, lovely @Nuno. The depressing thing is that England has made it all about the English now - just watch them renege on each and every promise they made to Scotland in those final, increasingly desperate days....