•   gill68 @makent 2w
  •   gill68 @picobogue thanks, I'm devastated 2w
  •   tessleberries @gill68 I totally get where you're coming from. The statistic that guts me is 71% of 16/17 yr olds voted Yes; 73% of over 65 voted No. How is that forward thinking or long-sighted for the future? So selfish! 2w
  •   kevin798 I feel sick, I feel cheated and sick. Heartbroken, cheated & sick. I am proud to be one of the 45 2w
  •   gill68 @tessleberries every comment I heard from "no" older people was that they weren't doing It for themselves it was for the grandchildren. Did none of them ask their grandchildren what sort of Scotland they wanted to live in? Or did they feel they know best and the young are ignorant and need to be told what to do. 2w
  •   tessleberries My dad was the one who brought me up to believe that independence was the best chance for Scotland. That we needed free education and an "educated proletariat" etc. But he totally sold out & voted No because he believed the lies about his pension & refused to read/watch anything that I sent him to the contrary! 1w
  •   gill68 @tessleberries what's he been saying about what's happening in Westminster since? Also I'm getting really tired of no voters saying to forget it. On Facebook I read someone say they were tired of the politics and paranoia and wanted their timeline to be filled with nice things again and photos of cats. She was being sincere. 1w
  •   teamscotland You're making us so proud! Keep up the good work! 1d

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