Glasgow Ice Cream Wars
The conflicts, in which vendors raided one another’s vans and fired shotguns into one another’s windscreens, were more violent than might typically be expected between ice-cream salesmen. Superficially, the violence appeared disproportionate, and the situation appeared farcical. However, more than just the sale of ice-cream was involved. Several ice-cream vendors also sold stolen...
We’ll defend the Wall to the last man,” said Cotter Pyke. “Probably me,” said...– A Storm of Swords, G.R.R Martin (via spadesqueen)