At the end of the day it's all personal. Salmond and those poor dreamers who believe his lies are on the brink of causing an economic disaster for the United Kingdom from which England will recover painfully but will prove fatal for Scotland - and will do so with Englishmen like me pushing and twisting the knife as deeply as we can - because it will be personal. If all my plans for my imminent retirement, the state of the London property market that will help make it possible, the performance of my pension and investment funds, the exchange rate and a dozen other factors are blown to buggery by a 'yes' vote then it becomes very personal - and my fury against the nationalists will know no bounds.
If I'm forced to carry on working, to spend extra years of my life re-building all that which has been dissipated by Scots hubris, I'll make damn sure that Scotland pays. That means voting for politicians who will give nothing away, make no concessions, and get every penny back of our money from Scotland - taking down the transmitter towers, dismantling the studios, moving thousands of tonnes of stock and boxes south of the border. If they want a reason to hate the English, they will have one.
And I will expect that complacent fool Cameron to take himself into the garage of his Oxfordshire home and put a shotgun barrel under his chin. Sorry, I'm past being reasonable on this. It's personal.