Misdirected Anger is destroying us

In England right now there us a lot of anger, especially toward our political class. This has manifested itself in the Brexit vote. We are divided and our anger will only grow if Brexit does not ease our dis-ease (which I seriously doubt it’s the answer that will bring the results some people think it…

From the vantage point of a collapsing fence

First off ; I am literally sick of sliding into yet another cold. I vow to never leave my cave and be in the company of other germ hosts ever again. That aside, I sit upon my crumbling fence re Brexit. I try to see both sides. The negative is a right old kerfuffle of…

That ain’t helping

Was talking to a struggling neighbour of my late parents yesterday. There were three of us yakking, as you do. Inevitably Brexit entered the conversation. Said neighbour declared herself as having voted for Brexit, followed swiftly by her annoyance that many stereotyped those who voted to leave as racists. Honest, guv I try hard not…

Beyond The Thunderdome

“Nice passport. Are you here for business, pleasure or to cram as many tinned goods, medicine and substances of human origin into your suitcase as physically possible before returning to the fucking Thunderdome?”“Yes that’s the one”“Lovely shade of blue” pic.twitter.com/dto2C4drvW — James Felton (@JimMFelton) July 25, 2018

Shopping For Brexiteers

Lidl is the supermarket that encapsulates Brexit Britain. Iceland shoppers most Brexity, Ocado most pro Remain (via @YouGov) pic.twitter.com/3jYRn8RAZH — Sebastian Payne (@SebastianEPayne) October 22, 2016

What Does Brexit Feel Like?

Maybe, long term, the Brexit decision will work itself out but right now, living in Blighty it feels for me a bit like the point the majority have made is akin to this: