This one I can agree with.
Makes sense to me.
Makes sense to you, right?
Well it doesn't make sense to the Scots.
Every single one of them wore their
On their kilts.
And in their socks?
Oh, but that was prohibited in the sign above the no gang attire sign...
Forgot to get a picture of that one.
And every single one of them had a flask with scotch.
The no alcohol was included in the no weapons sign.
But, hey who was reading.
They were drinking.
And carrying weapons.
And it was perfectly acceptable.
It was the Seaside Highland Games!
Where else do you see the security dudes wearing
I can see why way back in the attack days, the Danes and whoever was attacking my homeland got scared.
Between the stern looks and the wailing of the bagpipes...
Would put the fear of Scots in everyone.
Oh yeah, they even had weapons for sale.And flasks.
And Scotch seminars.
Speaking of clan attire, you have the traditional "old" style of gang wear.
Sweaters, knitted hats and a long kilt.And you have the traditional full-on military style.
And now you have the gen-x style...
These are guys to the right...
Same with the hair.
Traditional Scottish hair.The not so traditional Scottish hair.
Traditional Scottish music.Not so traditional Scottish music.Always a blast to listen to The Wicked Tinkers!And watch The Wicked Tinkers drink!
And watch The Wicked Tinkers' groupies!
And watch the faces the little drum major makes.
Uh, what else?
We do have a sense of humor.
And can make fun of ourselves.
And we have oxymorons.And we have a small world story!
At sunset we heard someone playing the bagpipes.
Way, way cool.
So the next day we figured out it was a friend of Karl's, Harold playing the pipes!
He is part of the awesome Los Angeles Pipes & Drums.
He made G-Dock's day by playing for awhile on the dock.
Also, way, way cool.
Well we hadn't seen him in almost 4 years, but we ran into him at the Games last weekend!So between the