Friday, July 1, 2016
Graphs and charts demonstrate that baby boomers and the grey vote mustered in numbers to carry the day,
So we are where we are.
We all thought long and hard about our own decision based on facts presented and voted accordingly.
Democracy has been done,
Once again: We all thought long and hard about our own decision based on facts presented and voted accordingly..............
who may have been muddled by the moronic campaigning on both sides of the debate during the preceding weeks.
Democracy has been done,
Time to make the most of the situation we are presented with, make a few friends and attend to the Far Right who disturbingly seem to be under the misguided impression that their relevance has in some way increased.
Apologies, I'll have to break off there and pop out into the garden.
Our garden parasol just shot past the window and now lies in many pieces.
Yes the Renewable energy and yes the Ben Ainslie, but in the modern age is there any real need for wind.
Our local town, that last Thursday voted to leave the EU. This week ,for the first time, played host to a French market on its beleaguered high street. Real French people peddled their wares from Brittany, Normandy and Picardy and business was brisk.
To continue the theme of exits from Europe, the English football team continue to maintain their standards on the international stage.
And as to Roy Hodgson querying his attendance at a press conference following the debacle's denouement, you picked up fourteen million zobs for your four years and a few games of football Roy, the least you can do is rock up and offer a few thanks for the gig.
Having attended to Europe I shall now give a report of my recent movements.
Not a leger (should that be ledger as I've Arlesey bombs on my mind) of my time on the toilet, although I am increasingly aware of the necessity to keep an eye on such movements,
but my work on the river.
Earlier this week I was once again required to give an account of my movements to village elders via the medium of photographs and obfuscation. A difficult crowd, there were the usual troublemakers, but I like to think I justified my actions over the past twelve months while my employer distracted them with cakes and tea to draw their fire.
On occasion I'll sign this guff off with the epithet "We are increasingly led by loons" but it doesn't seem appropriate at the moment as we appear to be a little short of leaders and a watching world that tutted last Friday, must now be pondering, whatever are they up to now?
Gripping stuff, but events over the past week or so may lead some to question their faith in Old Albion, although the excellent coverage both on radio and television of the battle of the Somme centenary must go some way towards a restoration of faith.
Well done the BBC for the coverage.