Friday, 24 June 2016

Farewell To Arms

There is a lot to be said, but I do not know how to say it.

This comes to mind if only my old friend, the late Joe Melia, who appears, was able to make his comment.

As for Mr. Cameron, what, I wonder, will history make of him?

If anything.


  1. Appears that my guess of the UK remain was a little off. Actually, it was just a little off. Winning 51.9 to 48.1 kinda sucks, because what does one do to the guy next to you who still doesn't agree with you just because you won a popularity contest.

    I hope that the Brits prove that they can fashion something that works. Staying in the EU was a "Damned if you do, damned if you don't" proposition. Unfortunately, at the end of the celebration by the winners, you are still damned.

    The world is drifting towards a series of predicaments to live through. The Brits just figured that the would rather be poorer than to be a colony of the Germans/EU like Greece. That didn't go well either. I think that the right decision was made. I am not certain that congratulations are in order though.

    Good luck cousins

  2. To avoid any mention of shh - you know what - can I just mention that my cousin choreographed OWALW.

  3. His legacy will be that of disappointment. For all.