I think my favourite thing, was the image in my mind of Ed Milliband being pushed against the windows of Claire's Accessories in the St. James Centre with eyes like a rabbit in the headlights, by people shouting 'Bow down to your political masters' after the panic set in and the three main political parties panicked and gave up Prime Minster's question time (oh no not Prime Minister's question time) to save the Union when they realised that people in Scotland were so disillusioned that they may actually take the risk and say good-bye.
That sentence ran on for a bit didn't it.
And if you think about it. 45% (and you can't argue that there was a low turnout this time) of the population of Scotland were prepared to take the risk and gamble to leave the UK and it was a risk, but I think things would have been OK.
And that was with all the nonsense and scare stories put about. Every company in Scotland will leave and The EU won't let you join (despite being a member already and having huge amount of resources that the EU needs) and there would be border controls (like there are in Ireland).
And I used to think the BBC was truly unbiased, but one reason I voted the way I did was a reaction to the biased reporting on the BBC.
And now people in England have woken up to the fact that democracy needs a bit of an overhaul with discussions about West Lothian. Why should Scottish MPs vote on things that only affect England? Answer they shouldn't and some of them don't (it is policy for the SNP). And for some reason this seems to be our fault!
But then for several hundred years England MPs (who far outnumber Scottish MPs) could vote on things only affecting Scotland, so a quick sum in my head reckons we should have 1500 years of Scottish MPs voting on England only matters to redress the historical imbalance.
And talking of Nigels, I hope Nigel Farrage has realised about not all Scottish MPs vote on English matters before he did his publicity stunt about posting letters.
And while we're on the subject of constitutional change, get rid of the House of Lords or properly elect it. Don't have it as a place for the Westminster Elite use it as a place to put all their mates when they no longer have a proper job. At least when it was hereditary, we had a member of Spïnal Tap as a member. And who would you rather see looking over legislation Nigel Tufnel or some Church of England bishops?
And at least we have the chance to help keep the UK in the EU, I do hope we stay a member only because of Scottish votes if it comes down to the referendum they're threatening us with.
And if anyone has anyone doubts how easy it is to split a country in two then listen to someone who has done it already.
I'm amazed that the video slipped under the BBC's radar.
And since I posted, I've seen this
I don't know how true it is but it is pretty damning if it is.