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Valentines Day is the perfect opportunity for the U.S. to attack Scotland when they least expect it

 
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Valentines Day is the perfect opportunity for the U.S. to attack Scotland when they least expect it
I am tired of their treachery. Scotland needs to be dealt with.
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nuke the bastards
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nuke the bastards
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I don't like how Scotland has been acting all uppity lately. And their atrocities are just too many to list.
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Not to mention that fucking Scotty "I'm giving it all I got, Captain" on the Starship Enterprise. He always had a buzz on and he was clealy in the bag half the time. Bottles rolling around the Engine Room and Zulu covering and running interference for him. Damn, Scotty. What an incompentent stumblebum.

And then there's the constant stream of Scottish propagnda in the movies. If I have to hear Mel Gibson as William Wallace yelling, "Freedom" one more time I swear I'm never drinking Scotch whisky again.

And what's up with those bag pipes and kilts? And those litte fucking Scottie Dogs? Scottie this, Scotish that. I've had it. Right?

They'll never see it coming. We can blame it on the Brits and the BBC.
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hagis!!!!!!!!!!!!
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the only time i fell off a bar stool is drinking with scts. oh yes i drank a bit too much but it was because i laughed so hard. i had pain in my side the whole next day from laughing but that was long ago...bombs away
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Not to mention that fucking Scotty "I'm giving it all I got, Captain" on the Starship Enterprise. He always had a buzz on and he was clealy in the bag half the time. Bottles rolling around the Engine Room and Zulu covering and running interference for him. Damn, Scotty. What an incompentent stumblebum.

And then there's the constant stream of Scottish propagnda in the movies. If I have to hear Mel Gibson as William Wallace yelling, "Freedom" one more time I swear I'm never drinking Scotch whisky again.

And what's up with those bag pipes and kilts? And those litte fucking Scottie Dogs? Scottie this, Scotish that. I've had it. Right?

They'll never see it coming. We can blame it on the Brits and the BBC.
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your right, especially about the bagpipes.

everybody lining the streets as these guys go marching by . everyone all misty eyed when a bunch of guys in plaid skirts play "scotland forever" on an instraments made from used vacuum sweepers

i say bane the bagpipes in america!

make them play accordians
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Bunch of plaid skirt-wearin', bag pipe-blowin' Groundskeeper Willie lookin' mutha-fuckers.

And when we're done with them... it's on to the Belgians.

The only thing worse than a Belgian is one of those Lichtensteinians.

I hate me some Lichtensteinians!

REVENGE!!!
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Dr. Lecter

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Not to mention Scotch tape...

fuckers...
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Not to mention Scotch tape...

fuckers...
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But you like Johnny Walker right? That's scotch.

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Yes, good one I heard they just struck oil too.
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first lets make them ban swords.
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we could ship nuclear fuel rods from japan to Scotland that would do it.
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Not to mention Scotch tape...

fuckers...
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But you like Johnny Walker right? That's scotch.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 961432


nope...

i'm a wodka kind a guy.
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I am tired of their treachery. Scotland needs to be dealt with.
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yeah, they've had this coming for a long time.
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What exactly has Scotland supposed to have done?

Uncle Sam is the national personification of the United States and sometimes more specifically of the American government, with the first usage of the term dating from the War of 1812. The American icon Uncle Sam who embodies the American spirit more than any other figure was in fact based on a real man. A businessman from Troy, New York, Samuel Wilson whose parents sailed to America from Greenock, Scotland, has been officially recognized as the original Uncle Sam. He provided the army with beef and pork in barrels during the War of 1812. The barrels were prominently labeled "U.S." for the United States, but it was jokingly said that the letters stood for "Uncle Sam." Soon, Uncle Sam was used as shorthand for the federal government.
The civic tradition of the Scottish Enlightenment contributed to the intellectual ferment of the American Revolution.[16] In 1740, the Glasgow philosopher Francis Hutcheson argued for a right of colonial resistance to tyranny.[20] Scotland's leading thinkers of the revolutionary age, David Hume and Adam Smith, opposed the use of force against the rebellious colonies.[21] According to the historian Arthur Herman: “Americans built their world around the principles of Adam Smith and Thomas Reid, of individual interest governed by common sense and a limited need for government.”[22]
Nineteen of the fifty-six delegates who signed the Declaration of Independence came from Scotland or Ulster or, like the Scottish-tutored Thomas Jefferson, had ancestors there.[23] Other Founding Fathers like James Madison had no ancestral connection but were imbued with ideas drawn from Scottish moral philosophy.[24] Scottish Americans who made major contributions to the revolutionary war included Commodore John Paul Jones, the "Father of the American Navy", and Generals Henry Knox and William Alexander. Another person of note was personal friend of George Washington, General Hugh Mercer, who fought for Charles Edward Stuart at the Battle of Culloden.
The Scotch-Irish, who had already begun to settle beyond the Proclamation Line in the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys, were drawn into rebellion as war spread to the frontier.[25] Tobacco plantations and independent farms in the backcountry of Virginia, Maryland and the Carolinas had been financed with Scottish credit, and indebtedness was an additional incentive for separation.[15]
Most Scottish Americans had commercial ties with the old country or clan allegiances and stayed true to the Crown.[26] The Scottish Highland communities of upstate New York and the Cape Fear valley of North Carolina were centers of Loyalist resistance.[16] A small force of Loyalist Highlanders fell at the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge in 1776. Scotch-Irish Patriots defeated Scottish American Loyalists in the Battle of Kings Mountain in 1780.[27] Many Scottish American Loyalists emigrated to Canada after the war.
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What exactly has Scotland supposed to have done?

Uncle Sam is the national personification of the United States and sometimes more specifically of the American government, with the first usage of the term dating from the War of 1812. The American icon Uncle Sam who embodies the American spirit more than any other figure was in fact based on a real man. A businessman from Troy, New York, Samuel Wilson whose parents sailed to America from Greenock, Scotland, has been officially recognized as the original Uncle Sam. He provided the army with beef and pork in barrels during the War of 1812. The barrels were prominently labeled "U.S." for the United States, but it was jokingly said that the letters stood for "Uncle Sam." Soon, Uncle Sam was used as shorthand for the federal government.
The civic tradition of the Scottish Enlightenment contributed to the intellectual ferment of the American Revolution.[16] In 1740, the Glasgow philosopher Francis Hutcheson argued for a right of colonial resistance to tyranny.[20] Scotland's leading thinkers of the revolutionary age, David Hume and Adam Smith, opposed the use of force against the rebellious colonies.[21] According to the historian Arthur Herman: “Americans built their world around the principles of Adam Smith and Thomas Reid, of individual interest governed by common sense and a limited need for government.”[22]
Nineteen of the fifty-six delegates who signed the Declaration of Independence came from Scotland or Ulster or, like the Scottish-tutored Thomas Jefferson, had ancestors there.[23] Other Founding Fathers like James Madison had no ancestral connection but were imbued with ideas drawn from Scottish moral philosophy.[24] Scottish Americans who made major contributions to the revolutionary war included Commodore John Paul Jones, the "Father of the American Navy", and Generals Henry Knox and William Alexander. Another person of note was personal friend of George Washington, General Hugh Mercer, who fought for Charles Edward Stuart at the Battle of Culloden.
The Scotch-Irish, who had already begun to settle beyond the Proclamation Line in the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys, were drawn into rebellion as war spread to the frontier.[25] Tobacco plantations and independent farms in the backcountry of Virginia, Maryland and the Carolinas had been financed with Scottish credit, and indebtedness was an additional incentive for separation.[15]
Most Scottish Americans had commercial ties with the old country or clan allegiances and stayed true to the Crown.[26] The Scottish Highland communities of upstate New York and the Cape Fear valley of North Carolina were centers of Loyalist resistance.[16] A small force of Loyalist Highlanders fell at the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge in 1776. Scotch-Irish Patriots defeated Scottish American Loyalists in the Battle of Kings Mountain in 1780.[27] Many Scottish American Loyalists emigrated to Canada after the war.
 Quoting: futureworld 34333030

It was a joke moran... we love Scotland.
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It's too late they invaded us. There are lots of Scotch pines around my house. Should I surrender of fight on?

Sneaky bastards.
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Hahaha sending u al a bit of love from Scotland :) I love Scotland I live in a little cottage surrounded trees and a river what a place beats living in Manchester England where I come from ...:) took me about ten years before I would eat haggis neaps and tatties but now I love it hahaha thank u Scotland :)Anyway where else would the Blue man live ... :)
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I am tired of their treachery. Scotland needs to be dealt with.
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Hey stop pickin on my ancestors... love the bag pipe, love the family plaid, love my reddish hair, love me fight'n spirit.. LOVE MY BRAINS! <just can't warm up to golf.. boobs too big to get a good whack in!>

Love ya Scotland.. one day I am coming home to my family plot in the church yard.
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Is there for honesty poverty That hings his head, an' a' that; The coward slave - we pass him by, We dare be poor for a' that! For a' that, an' a' that, Our toils obscure an' a' that, The rank is but the guinea's stamp, The man's the gowd for a' that. What though on hamely fare we dine, Wear hoddin grey, an' a' that? Gie fools their silks, and knaves their wine,A man's a man for a' that. For a' that, an' a' that, Their tinsel show, an' a' that, The honest man, tho' e'er sae poor, Is king o' men for a' that. Ye see yon birkie ca'd a lord, Wha struts, an' stares, an' a' that; Tho' hundreds worship at his word, He's but a coof for a' that. For a' that, an' a' that, His ribband, star, an' a' that, The man o' independent mind He looks an' laughs at a' that. A price can mak a belted knight, A marquise, duke, an' a' that; But an honest man's aboon his might, Gude faith, he maunna fa' that! For a' that, an' a' that, Their dignities an' a' that, The pith o' sense, an' pride o' worth, Are higher rank than a' that. Then let us pray that come it may, (As come it will for a' that,) That Sense and Worth, o'er a' the earth, Shall bear the gree, an' a' that. For a' that, an' a' that, That man to man, the world o'er, Shall brithers be for a' that


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You idiotoso most Americans are part Scottish!
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Just leave my home town alone and deal with the rest afro
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Bring it on yankee dogs. You obviously don't know what we have hidden in the volcano, Arthur's Seat.

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I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
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men don't wear skirts
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Your aircraft carriers and subs won't stand a chance against Nessie

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I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
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Your aircraft carriers and subs won't stand a chance against Nessie

monster
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He's got a point there. We'll have to bring out Bigfoot!
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I am tired of their treachery. Scotland needs to be dealt with.
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Wait, wait!

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Get all the Scotch whiskey and the little Scottie dogs out first and bring them here.

I love me some Scotties!

scottiepup



But after that, yeah, they just have to be dealt with!

You can send Sean Connery to me and I will personally deal with him!
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