Edinburgh

Posted: June 29, 2010 in Threat Quality

Remains my favorite city around.  I had Glenkinchie whiskey today in a pub owned by Sean Connery, though I did not see him.  I am assuming that, when Scotland finally becomes independent, they will just make him king.  Is that right?  Or is he supposed to fight someone for it?

Incidentally, the city smells less like beef stew than it did the last time I was here.  I have not settled on whether or not I think this is an improvement.

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Comments
  1. dagocutey says:

    Oh you lucky, lucky man — you’re killing me, I just want you to know that. What a gorgeous country you’re in! Have you tried the haggis?

  2. Jeff Holland says:

    If I understand the rules of the movie “Doomsday,” when Scotland becomes independent it falls under the tyrannical rule of Malcolm MacDowell.

  3. braak says:

    @dagocutey: Well, yes, but I’ve had haggis before. It’s extremely delicious, no question.

    @Holland: All except for Glasgow, which necessarily must continue to be ruled by cannibal punk rockers.

  4. Dave says:

    @ Brakk – I’ll have you know that the Reid brothers and Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream are very nice boys. Probably.

    Glasgow doesn’t bother with fancy aromas like beef stew – it prefers the stench of cheap beer and chip fat.

  5. V.I.P. Referee says:

    “I’ll have you know that the Reid brothers and Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream are very nice boys. Probably.”

    And the guitar string across the neck loosens…

    (Aside – Your album looks very cool, Dave. Love the layering of concepts…)

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