I think this tweet says it all:
Sorry about the language. It just seems like this year won’t stop.
Alan Rickman, David Bowie, Prince, Gordie Howe, Muhammad Ali, Arnold Palmer, and John Glenn just to name a few. And now Carrie Fisher.
And that’s not all. The refugee crisis, Brexit, Trump add on to the things that have so many people upset.
But really, Carrie Fisher?
Can we just have 2017 already?
I don’t think I can let this weekend pass without mentioning the UK’s vote to leave the European Union. I know a lot of my readers are from the UK, so you may find this interesting, or you might not. I’ll be brief, anyway.
From what I’ve gathered about what I’ve heard in media, there are some people who voted Leave, but then regretted that decision because they thought their votes wouldn’t matter. They voted Leave for the hell of it. And now three million people have petitioned to have a do-over.
Scotland, which voted to Stay, now wants to leave the UK. The Scottish are furious. Same with Northern Ireland, though I hear it’s a more complicated situation.
And now prices are going up, since the British pound had an incredibly large drop. Things are going to be expensive for people in the UK for a while.
And then there are the lawmakers who campaigned for the UK’s exit from the EU. They have no plan. They have no idea what they’re going to do. Smart. Really smart.
Over here in Canada, we’re watching both the US with the supreme idiot Trump and the UK. Two of our biggest allies and friends are going insane. At least that’s what many people are thinking.
So, British readers, what the hell is going on over there? Let me know in the comments so I can understand the view from someone who’s living through this.