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France, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, they have their own Gibson forums in "Gibson International". If Scottland becomes independant, should they have their own?

 

Last time I remember we had a vote, The EPIPHONE lounge voted to have independance from the GIBSON lounge. I will also make this a poll in the EPI lounge.

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I exercised the ultimate paradox of American voting . I proclaimed No they should not, and voted Yes.

 

rct

At least you voted.

 

It is surprising you are the ONLY one so far.

 

By making the effort to exorcise some democracy here, I would have expected this to rally.

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Well it's a bit of a moot point now, but...

 

No, that just puts fewer and fewer folks together. There's one Gibson and it's from The USA. It is to be shared with all free peoples across the globe of like minded guitar communion...

 

Even if I'm of Scotch ancestry and Kin...

 

I am American born, but know where my roots are buried.... On hallowed Scottish ground!

 

Sadly, I didn't even know this was afoot and had no idea until I saw headlines speaking of the vote that was happening yesterday... I just wasn't up on any of the movement or what it was about...

 

But I don't think we need to disintegrate or segregate Gibson lovers for any particular reason...

 

SCOTLAND FEREVAR!!!

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Scottland has voted to stay unified.

 

The forums have also voted to stay unified, with a 25% "yes" and a 75% "no". (although one "yes" appears to be in favor of a "no", which would make the votes total 100%).

 

Activity in the discussion threads was good, with about 75% or so of active forumites posting, however voter turnout for the poll threads was low, with only 4 choosing to vote, even with 6 posting on the poll thread itself.

 

With more poeple choosing to talk about it and fewer voting, this appears to be consistant with American habits. It may be the result of a majority of Americans being on the forums.

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Scottland has voted to stay unified.

 

The forums have also voted to stay unified, with a 25% "yes" and a 75% "no". (although one "yes" appears to be in favor of a "no", which would make the votes total 100%).

 

Activity in the discussion threads was good, with about 75% or so of active forumites posting, however voter turnout for the poll threads was low, with only 4 choosing to vote, even with 6 posting on the poll thread itself.

 

With more poeple choosing to talk about it and fewer voting, this appears to be consistant with American habits. It may be the result of a majority of Americans being on the forums.

Too funny! Great observations.. I would have voted but the polls closed before I climbed out of bed. [blink]

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Scottland has voted to stay unified.

 

The forums have also voted to stay unified, with a 25% "yes" and a 75% "no". (although one "yes" appears to be in favor of a "no", which would make the votes total 100%).

 

Activity in the discussion threads was good, with about 75% or so of active forumites posting, however voter turnout for the poll threads was low, with only 4 choosing to vote, even with 6 posting on the poll thread itself.

 

With more poeple choosing to talk about it and fewer voting, this appears to be consistant with American habits. It may be the result of a majority of Americans being on the forums.

I demand a recount!

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Maybe Gibson should have its own Scotland forum,,wait,,Im confused,,did I miss something? No,,just kidding,,anyways,,news today is that they voted against being indie of UK,,I guess theres alot of reasons,,coming up w/there own currency,,defense of the country,,and many others,,one could google it,,and read all about it. It may be that "Nationalism" as opposed to "Internationalism" is starting to be desired by some countries. What do I know,,Im just a mere layman,,and I know nothing about world political systems.

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Scottland has voted to stay unified.

 

The forums have also voted to stay unified, with a 25% "yes" and a 75% "no". (although one "yes" appears to be in favor of a "no", which would make the votes total 100%).

 

Activity in the discussion threads was good, with about 75% or so of active forumites posting, however voter turnout for the poll threads was low, with only 4 choosing to vote, even with 6 posting on the poll thread itself.

 

With more poeple choosing to talk about it and fewer voting, this appears to be consistant with American habits. It may be the result of a majority of Americans being on the forums.

 

Oh my. I laughed hard.

 

rct

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