Although I wrote the script for this a while prior, an intriguing occurrence has transpired on Wikipedia: That regarding the naming of the recent weather system affecting Scotland, officialy Cyclone Friedhelm, but more popularly referred to as ‘Hurricane Bawbag’. Interestingly, and perhaps somewhat predictably, the main drivers for a change in the article title to its official name has not come from editors within Scotland, but from mostly US-based stakeholders. Unfortunately, they appear not to have dealt with Scottish people before, let alone Scottish nerds: You push an issue with a Scot, and they’ll stand firm. You push an issue with a Scottish Nerd, and you are looking at a full fortification with justification pulled from the very documents you are attempting to effect the change under. Seriously, just go look at the discussion page: It’s hilarious. read more