Ed Driscoll

GLASGOW KNOWS HOW TO HANDLE

GLASGOW KNOWS HOW TO HANDLE PROTESTORS: Group Captain Mandrake reports:

Anti-war protestors in the UK earlier stopped the London to Glasgow train, by sitting in front of it when it was stopped at a station.

They moved when several Glasgow football supporters, travelling to watch their team, had an err, polite word with them.

People outside the UK may not know that Glasgow is a tough city, and it is generally best not to annoy football fans there.

I’ve never followed rugby, but given this, and Mark Bingham’s role in preventing Flight #93 from attacking Washington on 9/11, this sport–and its fans and participants–is starting to look better and better.