agjx nliqgu pxllq saqji shjin qdu nmlli cmslp!
agjx nliqgu, b'gg pbin qdll s pjin bi qdu kmsbpl
hu hsmu'p spgllk cu qdu hzmhzmbin pqmlsh ---
agjx nliqgu, pxllq saqji, tbpqzmc ijq dlm tmlsh!
SOLUTION TO LAST ISSUES CRYPTOGRAM
O flower of Scotland,
by Roy Williamson
This popular song has become the "unofficial national anthem" of Scotland.
How much do you know about Scotland? What is it's:
Major poltical divisions?
Answers to last issue's quiz.
Well here we ago again getting maligned for something we had nothing to do with! In phrases like "luckily the mischief was quickly scotched" (that is "stamped out" or "put and end to"), the term comes from Middle English, "scocchen" which itself was probably derived from the Anglo-French "escocher" meaning "to make an incision" hence "cut out".