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I for one think we need a preferential system in order to answer this question ;)
It's a really difficult choice. Can I have nearly 1000 days to think about it?
Bring it on!
George, On matureish reflection I'm willing to accept that. Anything to make the outcome fairer, I say!:¬)
Ged: You can have till autumn 2014, but I'll accept late entries where the answer is "no".
Absolutely, Wenda... oh, sorry, Barney
No, no, no. It's not going to be a Mad Max Wastland it's going to be a Banana Republic run by dark, secret forces.That's what self-styled Gallus Besom Muriel Gray said on the 1st of May 2007 anyway."It's crucial this time," said Ms Gray. "This is a planetary alignment of disasters waiting to happen. People say they want a change without realising what it will mean. All these dark secret forces hope for independence so that they can have unelected, undemocratic power. What a future Scotland that's going to be. Hello, banana republic!"P.S Is, "Gallus Besom", Scots for, "Moon Unit"?
If you've got, "Do ya punk?", in the the header then instead of, "Choose one of the options below", it's got to be,I know what you're thinking: "Did he give three options below, or maybe it's only two? Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement, I've kinda lost track myself. But being this is a referendum, the most powerful election in the world, and would blow the UK clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: "Do I feel lucky?" Well do ya, punk?"
Ah Doug... there's nothing like planetary alignment disasters to get the nut jobs out. Is she the daft old bat on Radio Scotland?If we become independent, does that mean we could grow our own bananas, and lose the frightening prospect of Big Ears as head of state and that crocodile as his concubine?Aye... LOL. Ah dae feel lucky.... whit ir yiz gonnae dae 'boot i'h?
Seems a fair question to me ;P
LOL @ Dean