Our man from America, Danny, sent me this little piece from the Rachel Maddow show on MSNBC. It's interesting, because (and I'm sure our American readers won't mind me saying this) by and large the USA doesn't pay a huge amount of attention to what is happening in minor countries in Europe.
Ms Maddows doesn't take a side in the referendum. What she is, though, is mightily impressed with the massive turnout potential that we have.
|Harry Burns is Professor of Global Health at Strathclyde|
and was Chief Medical Officer for Scotland until April this year.
|I wonder if this is the bus to Broughty Ferry|
Strange, no one around. Where's the driver?
|Local pub with yes stickers outside.|
|Go away Eton Boy|
|Dunno about you, but to my mind there is something |
repulsive about a Labour Lord.
|Better Together with the Klu Klux Klan. I kid you not.|
|Well, not really "at last".|
We always knew it.
|No wonder he's with Johann, Jim and Sarwar.|
|I doubt she could tell you how many eggs make six|
Unless one of her spin doctors clued her up on it first.
Not one of life's great intellects oor Mags.
|Well you shop there if you want to.|
I'll be at Morrisons or Aldi
|Ticket for Sarwar?|
|Denmark votes on Scotland being admitted to the Nordic Council|
|He isn't a journalist any more. He's Cameron's fag.|
|They have lost all credibility|
|And the worst of these is BBC News.|
|Oh heavens, NOOOOOO Thanks|
Off you go to Mars and save their world
|Better Together with this lot of old bigots|
|Simples. Probably too hard for Darling or Osborne |
or their wee puppy, Alexander
|This is probably what they should all have said|
Price depends of taxation; wage costs;
distribution costs and shareholder demands.
Apart from the shareholder demands, all of these are unknown
at present and will be until after the first election.