alanaisreading:

The only major down side I can see to independence, is that as a country with oil reserves and a democratically elected government, Scotland could be in severe danger of being bombed by the US.

But then I remembered that Scotland is mostly white, so we’re probably safe.

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stevenscrivello:

Attention all Better Together/No Thanks supporters.
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oninha:

Willie’s views on Scottish Independence [x]
"That’s not a tattoo, it’s a birthmark!!"
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mapsontheweb:

Support (in blue) or Opposition (in red) to Scottish Independence
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a-lovatic-in-the-beyhive:

I’ve never laughed so much
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butt-floozy:

Get it together, Barack
sun-fl0werrrr:

Vote yes.
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zippyuk:

#Indyref   #NoThanksLIES   #VoteYES  The No Campaign recently sent out a communication advising that Supermarkets would put up their prices by 16% in an independent Scotland. So we asked the supermarkets themselves.First Up – TESCOFAO: Tesco Customer ServicesTo whom it may concern;I received a communication recently which said that tesco intends to increase its prices by 16% in the event that Scotland decides to vote for independence.Can you please confirm by email if this is, or isn’t the case/truth.Their response:Thanks for your email today.I am very sorry you are getting misinforming leaflets through your door.I can confirm that Tesco will not increase their prices by 16% if Scotland leaves the UK.We’ve got a great business in Scotland and our job is to create the best offer for customers whatever the outcome of the referendum.Hope this clears the confusion up!Next Up – AsdaTo whom it may concern;I received a communication recently which said that Asda intends to increase its prices by 16% in the event that Scotland decides to vote for independence.Can you please confirm by email if this is, or isn’t the case/truth.Their Response:Thank you for contacting us regarding information you have received regarding a possible price increase within our stores pending the outcome of Scottish Independence.I can advise you that, as an Everyday Low Cost Company we would always strive to keep our prices as low as possible for the customer. We are unaware of any plans to implement this increase as stated in the leaflet you received.Next Up Morrisons To whom it may concern;I received a communication recently which said that Morrisons intends to increase its prices by 16% in the event that Scotland decides to vote for independence.Can you please confirm by email if this is, or isn’t the case/truth.Their Response (which was brutally honest and made us giggle – Although we suspect the member of staff may get into hot water for this response):Thank you for contacting us regarding the leaflet you received. We have received similar enquiries regarding this particular correspondence from one of the campaigns in the Scottish Referendum.As a company Morrisons have a thriving and loyal customer base and we work hard to try and keep those customers satisfied. We base our pricing on the retail MARKET and not on political decisions. We strive to offer customers in Scotland the best service we can.As far as we are aware the increased cost in Ireland is due to a number of factors, the major one being the higher cost of distribution. Morrisons currently have in place a full distribution network within the current UK which would remain in place in the event of a Yes Vote. The only way we could envisage an increased cost for Scotland is if the Scottish Government were to push Scotland’s land mass away from the rest of the UK and into the North Sea.Finally, we spoke with Sainsbury’sTo whom it may concern;I received a communication recently which said that Sainsbury’s intends to increase its prices by 16% in the event that Scotland decides to vote for independence.Can you please confirm by email if this is, or isn’t the case/truth.Their ResponseWe are unaware of any plans to implement a price increase should Scotland choose to become Independent.
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hey—pourmeabeer:

love Glasgow #voteyes
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isolated-roots:

Beez in the trap