- Dec 24, 2008
If they fell who would rules the waves? I have no patience for pesky mer-folk!
dont forget the hydrolic legs!Haseri said:What about the obvious answer?
When the ravens leave the Tower of London.
The Lions surrounding Nelson's Column will come to life when the ravens land on them. They well wrap their tails around the edges of Great Britain and pull us under water. There, we shall elect Frankie Boyle as our Prime Minister for Eternity, and we will wage war with mer-folk.
And when we are victorious, the army of New Atlantis will rise from the deep and reclaim the Empire. And when all is one, we shall have peace.
That explains your username, I guess.BlindTom said:I'd like to see complete cultural absorption into the rest of Europe, but then i'm a pussy who pretends the world isn't doomed.
Seriously? You thought Scotland was independent? That was dumb, but never mind that. What I really wanted to say was the Europe will not combine into one country they're all too culturally different. Plus the borders of countries are more or less set from here on it, they wont change until something really major happens and by then I think the UK becoming destroyed will be the least of our concerns.PlasticTree said:I thought Scotland already was a nation on it's own? Ah well. I think Europe will become one big country in about 50 years or so. To stand up against America, China, and possible other powerful countries.
Not that I really have a clue, like everyone in this topic, but a guess is better than another 'Not a clue!", right?
Yes, but they are still part of the United Kingdom. Practically they have less autonomy than the states of the USA. Personally I think that devolution as it is now is the wrong idea; a partisan mix of policies that aim to please those calling for devolution, and yet fail to solve the underlying problem.Sneaklemming said: