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The 1990s: A Good Decade For Men In Kilts At The Movies

Two movies that were issued in 1995 immediately spring to mind. They both portrayed real-life Scottish heroes of old. Liam Neeson starred as Scottish outlaw, Robert MacGregor, in Rob Roy and then there was Mel Gibson’s kilt-wearing portrayal of William Wallace in Braveheart. Whether William Wallace actually wore a kilt going into battle against the detestable English is a moot point, but it certainly made for some unforgettable scenes in the movie.

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Life In A Kilt Podcast Episode 46 – The Procedure

You may have heard us reference it a bit the last couple weeks but we're now officially part of the ESO Broadcasting Network! The ESO Network has many great geeky shows and we feel like the Life In A Kilt Podcast will be right at home in the middle of it all. Go check out the other ESO Network shows and you may find something there you really like! This week on the Life In A Kilt Podcast, Rick has a procedure that involves... going under the kilt. Way under the kilt, if you know what I mean. Better let him tell all of the details. Cheri warns that your favorite craft beer may, in fact, actually be owned by a big corporation. Rick exposes the sometimes shifty business practices of some off-the-rack kilt companies. Cheri has purple Facts for Life and Rick inducts a new member into the Dumbass Hall of Fame. Our Live Beer Review spreads some Peanut Butter and Jelly Time Specialty Brown Ale by Catawba Brewing.

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The 1990s: A Good Decade For Men In Kilts At The Movies

Two movies that were issued in 1995 immediately spring to mind. They both portrayed real-life Scottish heroes of old. Liam Neeson starred as Scottish outlaw, Robert MacGregor, in Rob Roy and then there was Mel Gibson’s kilt-wearing portrayal of William Wallace in Braveheart. Whether William Wallace actually wore a kilt going into battle against the detestable English is a moot point, but it certainly made for some unforgettable scenes in the movie.

What’s Your Kilt Number?

The Kilt Number is simply a number invented by an incredibly smart, handsome, studly kilt wearer, who can't tell up from down. Yeah, okay, I invented it. The sole purpose of the Kilt Number is just to evaluate how often you wear kilts compared to how often you wear pants in your life. Let's face it, not everyone can wear a kilt 24/7 but if you are able to do so, your Kilt Number would read like this:

The 1990s: A Good Decade For Men In Kilts At The Movies

Two movies that were issued in 1995 immediately spring to mind. They both portrayed real-life Scottish heroes of old. Liam Neeson starred as Scottish outlaw, Robert MacGregor, in Rob Roy and then there was Mel Gibson’s kilt-wearing portrayal of William Wallace in Braveheart. Whether William Wallace actually wore a kilt going into battle against the detestable English is a moot point, but it certainly made for some unforgettable scenes in the movie.

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