The complete inability of large chunks of the yes vote to take defeat with dignity do Scotland a disservice. The international community will look and see the first thing the Yes lot do is accusations of vote rigging, despite the gap being almost 400,000. - To take that video apart, the first bit I don't have an explanation for although it seems odd, why take 2 from yes and 1 form no and swap them round? Why not simply move one from yes and put it in no? Why even take one out of the no at all? It's absurd. - The second bit with the no table, those votes had not yet been counted and the Yes campaign have even said so. However the whole "rigged" movement has taken on a mind of its own and isn't listening. - The last case a guy writes something on 1 sheet of paper. There is NOTHING in that video that is even remotely incriminating. You don't even know that the paper is a ballot paper! It's a perfect case of confirmation bias, see someone writing something on paper and immediately assume that is a ballot paper with a yes on it that has been spoiled despite there being no evidence that that is the case. Then there is the last minor point, when the counts were read out they also said how many were rejected and for what reasons. If loads of ballots were being ruined, it would come out in that announcement. The whole thing is so absurd it's quite frankly appauling that the Yes voters are seriously contemplating it. The only case of fraud being checked is 10 instances in Glasgow, that was an area that voted yes so it will be pretty embarrassing if the only case of fraud turned out to be by Yes supporters. I just KNEW the yes lot would not take defeat well, there's too much emotion and hatred driving their campaign to accept defeat. I was wrong in thinking the bad attitude would come form Salmond and not the lunatic yes voters.