Sunday, 14 September 2014

Nessie says "No!"







Scotland's most famous citizen (not Alex Salmond) says "No". Mind you, forming a "Yes" would be an interesting proposition. Good on yer, Nessie! It is easier to believe the Loch Ness Monster exists than the promises of the "Yes" camp as far as I am concerned.

Exclusive from Loch Ness here.


14 comments:

  1. Three nessies say yes three say no and three are undecided!!!! And two are too young to vote..... hmmm close call from loch ness :)

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  2. Well done Nessie! (and Roland).

    Just be careful, the Yestapo will be along with a harpoon.

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  3. You'd think Nessie might prefer Yes. If Yes wins then the Scottish economy will return to 19th century levels and the boat traffic will significantly reduce.

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  4. Scotland's population is larger than that of Norway, which seems to have made it into the 21st century.

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    1. Scotland and Norway are in fact very different.

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  5. George Edwards is claiming responsibility for the above picture ;)

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  6. Too right they are. No scot would put up with £9 a pint!

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  7. I say that the thousands of sightings are an example of Scottish people power ...and the eyes have it.

    1933/34: LNM goes viral / the SNP is formed.

    late 60s / early 70s: LNIB, Rines and Sir Peter Scott capers / Nats capture Hamilton and surge in 1974 elections

    2010 / 2014: GB leads "New Wave" of Nessie apologists / Freeedom!

    Think about it.

    *AnonStg*

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  8. They merely took the photo before Nessie could finsih spelling "YOLO."

    Michael/Portland

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  9. Game Over.

    Scotland still in the Union, Nessie still in Loch Ness...

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    1. Can you provide proof for the latter part of that statement please?

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    2. But I'm sure something will surface again before much longer.

      And strangely enough [re the new thread] I was down on the shore at Foyers just a couple of weeks ago. And I never saw anything when I stood on Inverfarigaig Pier. But I reflected on what a long way it was from Clacton. ;)

      *AnonStg*

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  10. As someone who saw Nessie over 50 years ago and who voted Yes I am sure the comments from No voters on here will soon be utterly forlorn.

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    1. Tell us about your sighting, please.

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