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Reviewer: Fuku-Sensei (Anonymous)
09 Apr 2006 9:07 pm
How this made me giggle. And a wonderful nod to all true Scots out there ^-^ I'm half Scottish and half Irish so I understand completly! Thank you for a short but fun read.
Flower of Scotland
Reviewer: sueKay (Anonymous)
18 Mar 2006 2:48 pm
fantastic :D A lot of people moaned about Carson not wearing the Union Jack, but being Scottish, I wouldn't wear anything other than the Saltire :D Sadly, Scotland and Wales aren't recognised officially as countries, though we are recognised as separate nations or states.
Flower of Scotland
Reviewer: Anarah McKay (Anonymous)
01 Mar 2006 8:13 pm
That was brilliant! Made me want to chant "Go Carson, Go Carson!" while doing a little victory dance at my computer but if I did I would just get funny looks from everyone. They think I am crazy enough as it is without me having to explain why I am chanting and dancing at my computer! ^_^

Author's Response: Thank you! :D I'd probably have done the victory dance anyway ;)
Flower of Scotland
Reviewer: Perpetual Motion (Signed)
01 Mar 2006 4:41 pm
Ha! Love it! Nothing like a pissy Carson to scare some poor airman. Is Scotland not actually a country? I'm your usual egotistical-there's-only-really-us American, so you'll have to excuse my ignorance. :)

Author's Response: Hi, thanks for your review! :D I think that you actually ask the question proves you're not really ignorant *g* It's a bit complicated, really. The country is technically 'Britain' or 'The United Kingdom'. I should think almost any Scot you ask though would say that Scotland is a country. I'm Welsh, which is why I'm able to write the POV with a definite empathy. Scotland and Wales were both once countries in their own rights, until conquered and made part of 'Britain' along with England (the United Kingdom includes Northern Ireland). Culturally, at the very least, Scotland and Wales are seperate countries, even if those cultures are, by now, minorities. I hope that helps? I for one would certainly consider Scotland a country, but I'm not sure if it 'officially' is! Thanks again :D
Flower of Scotland
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