Same here as well tbh, just a few distant booms somewhere on the other side of Solihull. My Hard Brexit neighbours appear to have already gone to bed!
Two lonely rockets let off nearby at 11pm - just enough to disturb the dog.Arrowhead wrote: ↑Fri Jan 31, 2020 11:17 pmSame here as well tbh, just a few distant booms somewhere on the other side of Solihull. My Hard Brexit neighbours appear to have already gone to bed!
I keep asking myself whether people have belatedly grown a conscience, but then I remember the full horror of GE2019 was only a few weeks ago.
I've been to Basildon a few times, I have a mate who lives there. If Essex is the arsehole of the UK, Basildon is where the cancerous tumour lies within.
Get him one and delete all languages off it but French. And set the keyboard to AZERTY layout
Not wishing to add to your obvious distress Kreuzy, but... wait until 1/1/21. At that point the fan will have been turning for some time but on this date the shit will start to be poured onto it.
Hugs and hopes for a better future from me to you, comrade.Kreuzberger wrote: ↑Fri Jan 31, 2020 11:43 pmFrom Cool Britannia, the London Olympics and an enduringly commanding position globally with soft power to spare. To this. In just a few short years.
It is said that today is just the end of the beginning of Brexit. Only a fool would and probably will think that this is anything other than the thin end of the wedge, the wedge that was holding ajar a very dark and heavy door.
I have been in tears again tonight. My partner and good friends have been loving and supportive, but this is beyond frightening.
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