Soldiers in an automated armoured vehicle doing their duty with automated Gatling guns with wipers clearing the gore from the windscreen.
The Scottish Word:


“Aff yer erse an get that moger redd up an intae the kists. Ye ken we’ll no get oor deposit back if the shell cases are no in the boxes.”


moger: mess, muddle, a job badly done.

“Get up off your bottom and get that mess cleared up and into the chests.You know fine that we will not get our deposit back if the shell cases are not in the boxes.”

[moger spelled out in phonetic alphabet.]

Illustration Friday.

As a system it seems that capitalism demands continuous profit streams to thrive.

War is a business, and many industries and locations depend on war suppliers for their local economy.

I get worried though when I think of boardroom meetings about sustainability of profits.

A war won can’t be good.

No war, less business.

I wonder what business strategies such board members adopt?

The Scottish Word: moger with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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