SCOTLAND BREAKS FROM ENGLAND!

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SCOTLAND BREAKS FROM ENGLAND!

Post by Alan Kirk » Tue Oct 21, 2014 7:41 pm

Yes, regardless of the results of the recent referendum, Scotland has indeed broken from England! (That is, with the notable exceptions of Steve Rowe, David Usherwood and recently Steve Vincent, anyway. Jim Wood doesn't count any more as he's now part of the Boardwalk Empire.)

But aside from those, Declan has left the rest of Britain behind by becoming the first Scotsman to hit the 1,000 post marker, and has done so with quality posts at a pretty fair clip as well; less than 3 years since he joined, being one of the few who averages around a post per day.

Congratulations on that one, Declan.
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Re: SCOTLAND BREAKS FROM ENGLAND!

Post by declanr » Tue Oct 21, 2014 9:37 pm

1000 posts... yet another indicator I need to get out more.
And I'm actually from south of the border as well, just came up to Scotland to spread the Queen's English to the natives.

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Re: SCOTLAND BREAKS FROM ENGLAND!

Post by jim wood » Wed Oct 22, 2014 12:35 pm

Declan,

Congratulations. Keep up the good work, both on here and training those savages north of the border!!! (Who still can't play rugby)

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