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NHGL

The National Highland Games League
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Not a corruption of the venerable Games, mind you. Rather a graduation to the level of professional sports entertainment encompassing all the elements thereof: team franchises, televised Games-of-the-week, impact players, superstar salaries, merchandising and the rest.

I'm ready for it. America's ready for it. Give it to us.

The Military, Jul 11 2001

What it involves. http://www.crieff-h...s.co.uk/events.html
[angel, Jul 11 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Clan MacLachlan Association of North America Highland Games http://www.maclachlans.org/games.html
[The Military, Jul 11 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       The Sean Triubhas would be particularly entertaining. Have a scone.
angel, Jul 11 2001
  

       "Off, damnable trousers!"
The Military, Jul 11 2001
  

       PeterSealy — Reverence don't feed the bulldog, buddy. No, believe me, I wouldn't want to see the Games trivialized either. But I sure would like to see a bit of that great wash of pro-sports megacash make its way into the pockets of some hardscrabble gut-level competitors.
The Military, Jul 12 2001
  

       [PeterSealy]: Highland Games are much more than just ceilidh.
angel, Jul 12 2001
  

       They're not really, other than being of Gaelic origin. Dancing is included in the Games, but not the community dancing featured in ceilidh.
angel, Jul 12 2001
  
      
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