Archive for July, 2016

So, the last of my narcissistic archiving of internet conversations and posts. Short and to the point. Date: 4th July “So, with the architects of Brexit distancing themselves from their promises and admitting they had no clue what to do if they won, the retractions by many media supporters of Brexit, the loss of credit […]

Are EU kidding me (Part 5): So now what?

Posted: 10th July 2016 by Get No Happy in Uncategorized

So, it looks like there’s nothing we can do about the vote. So is it possible to salvage anything from this cluster-fuck? Well yes, but only if those that voted Leave stick by their delusions, or should I say “clear and logical reasons they voted to leave the EU”. What do I mean? Well, if […]

As I mentioned below, the main response from many across social and regular media has been “just get over it”, as if Britain leaving the EU isn’t the single most important, permanent and life-changing thing this country has done in two generations. So, below is my response to such people. Date: 26th June So, now […]

Since the vote, there have been two responses from people who voted Leave: shut up and get over it (see above post) and “every side was the same”. And I’m sorry, but I am not letting the second point stand. It’s a embarrassed attempt to revise history now they know what an awful decision they […]

Are EU kidding me (Part 2): post-vote thoughts

Posted: 10th July 2016 by Get No Happy in Uncategorized

So, like many people around the world, I woke up on the 24th June with more than a little dismay. The thing that no one, and it seems this includes the majority of the brexit leadership and a good minority of leave voters, believed would happen happened. The UK, or more specifically England, or more […]

Are EU kidding me (Part 1): Final pre-vote plea

Posted: 10th July 2016 by Get No Happy in Uncategorized

You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell! So, as I write this, the UK is now just under two week into the it’s collective madness. In case you missed it, “we” voted to leave the EU with the overwhelming mandate of a 3% difference in votes cast. […]