Rolyan wrote: TheInsanity1234 wrote:
Strangely Brown wrote:Wow! Progress.
Looks like you've skipped stage 3 and moved straight onto stage 4. At this rate you'll be normal by tomorrow.
Nah, I'm at stage 7.
I'm going to drink myself into a stupor tonight.
Or you could man up, accept the democratic vote, try just one little tiny bit to understand those who might have a different opinion to you, and work to make the UK prosper.
Being an adult entails not always getting your own way. Being a child is taking your bat home when you don't.
'Make the UK prosper'
Ah! As the Scottish lady said 'There's the rub'
What is the UK, or, what will it be in a short while if it exists at all.
The changes ahead are going to be massive and quite how a divided country pulls together no body is certain.
In my opinion to think otherwise is to underestimate the scale of the change that is to come.
The changes that may be forced on our closest neighbour, Ireland, may also be huge and could even mean a fresh round of civil strife.
We cannot 'work together' until there is some kind of plan and there is none.
It is all so desperately sad.