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Penname: Perpetual Motion [Contact]
Real name: Member Since: 01 Mar 2006
Membership status: Member
I'm 23. I've been slashing since I was 16. I het occasionally, but not in any great amount. The website holds every fandom I've ever written. "Stargate" is smaller, with some pretty cheesy fic, but I adore both shows. Of course, since SGA has more accents, I love it a little more. I'm a total accent whore.
Reviews by Perpetual Motion

Summary: Double-drabble. Carson Beckett is a patriot - and wants his uniform to reflect this.

Categories: General
Characters: Carson Beckett
Genres: Character Study
Warnings: None
Chapters: 1 [Table of Contents]
Series: None

Word count: 218; Completed: Yes
Updated: 01 Mar 2006; Published: 01 Mar 2006
Reviewer: Perpetual Motion (Signed)
01 Mar 2006
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
Chapter 1: Flower of Scotland