Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by GaryPuppet, Sep 17, 2014.
I cant say that I do. Unless it leads to me somehow getting laid. Then I'm all for it.
Where the fuck are they gonna go?
No, but if they lose Wales I'm canceling my season tickets.
Could be entertaining if they opt out, they should restore Hadrian's Wall to block those barbarians from the South.
Scotland sucks...personal experience.
All I got to say about this is.....blow my bagpipe!
I'll take the high road and you take the low road and I'll be in Scotland before ya.
Whose up for haggis?
I personally would like to see Italy take over most of Europe again.
BAY CITY ROLLERS..Scotland is responsible for that crap...bomb it..like anyone would know...
I'm from Scotland and the vote tomorrow will be to stay united with the rest of the UK. Over here it's mostly poor uneducated people, that are easily fooled with patriotic lies, that want independence. No matter what the result it will be peaceful and civilized, not like some of the other shit holes in the world.
Scotland is the site of Britians nuclear defense system, which they said they'll get rid of if they win independence.
if it's not scottish, it's crap
by firing them into london!
The trident subs are based here but they are for the most part out at sea
But what about the BAY CITY ROLLERS....explain that bomb you guys dropped on us little girls...
What the Scottish term for your dumb Teabaggers ?
Nate is obviously the person to ask, but I had just been reading this when the thread was posted:
BRITAIN’S independent nuclear deterrent should be moved to the Unites States if Scotland gains its independence next week, senior military figures have said.
Speaking to the Sunday Express they said the plan would ensure that our four Trident missile-carrying Vanguard submarines would not remain in the hands of a Non-Nato foreign country and deprive Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond of any “leverage” in post -independence negotiations.
The call, which one senior US politician last night said would be “overwhelmingly supported” in Congress, comes only two days after Ministry of Defence chiefs finally green-lighted an impact assessment study on Britain’s defence in the event of a Yes vote on Thursday.
Last night Whitehall sources confirmed they were “very alive” to the US option, though, officially, the Ministry of Defence refused to confirm it was making any provisions for independence.
Speaking last night, Air Commodore Andrew Lambert, now attached to the UK National Defence Association, said: “The great leverage that Alex Salmond currently has over the British Government is the location of our nuclear defence base at Faslane. If the vote is Yes, we should move heaven and earth to move all our submarines out of Faslane as quickly as possible.
“We must decide how important, in the short term, the word independence is in terms of our nuclear deterrent. After all, we rely on the US for our missiles and for an awful lot of intelligence. Would it make a huge amount of difference if we asked the US if we could use a base to place our nuclear deterrent there as a temporary measure?
“We could easily run Trident from the US for ten years, and prepare the rest of the UK for whatever the follow on might be.”
The Clyde naval base is currently the largest single employment site in Scotland, currently responsible for 6,700 jobs though this is set to increase to 8,200 jobs.
A recent report by the Royal United Services Institute think tank estimated that recreating the facilities to house Britain’s nuclear deterrent south of the border would cost around £3bn and take up to ten years. But the costs of “renting space” in the US would be relatively small.