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Time capsule from 1930s found at Bannockburn

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Conservationists repairing a flagpole at the Bannockburn memorial in Stirlingshire have found a time capsule from more than 75 years ago.

Workers uncovered a newspaper, coins and fragments of glass sealed inside the historic monument in 1937.

The 1870s flagstaff is being repaired in time for the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn next year.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...entral-21058125

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One for the Scots amongst us......

Two members of the Clan Campbell were on their way home after a Christmas Eve drink in the pub. One said to the other, "Jings, I could murder a MacDonalds!"

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Gosh darn it! I guess I didn't bury the body there either! *snaps fingers*

Where oh where, could it be?

:)

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One for the Scots amongst us......

Two members of the Clan Campbell were on their way home after a Christmas Eve drink in the pub. One said to the other, "Jings, I could murder a MacDonalds!"

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Eldorado....where are you when I need you???

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Yeah the joke kinda falls flat without the likes of Eldorado to throw in a pithy response. LOL

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For anyone still agonizing over the meaning of post #2....Google the 'Great Feud'.

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