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  1. streetlight2 commented on Jeff Danziger 1 day ago

    I’ve read that the EU basically wants to kick the UK out now. The Frech could immediately demand visas and search/security at the chunnel trains and channel ferries blocking travel from the UK to the EU. The pound has tanked and the cost of oil and any imported good will sky rocket. Google and other big tech companies are looking to move our of the UK, probably to the republic of Ireland or the new country of Scotland when it becomes a reality, for the Scots will likely form their own country, join the EU and the Eurozone. Yes, England will be great again with high unemployment, lower real incomes, high emigration to Europe, Canada, Australia, and the USA, and with nothing world class to export.

  2. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 16 days ago

    The adults don’t seem to be moving much.

  3. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset about 1 month ago

    Which dog can run the faster? A small dog with short legs or a large dog with short legs?

  4. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset about 1 month ago

    If Fred’s owners know what’s good for them they would keep Fred outside until he is cleaned up.

  5. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 2 months ago

    Last Friday in the US it was a Full Moon. And it came up fairly early. Was Fred barking at a nearly Full Moon and it didn’t answer?

  6. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 2 months ago

    The bedding will need an unanticipated laundering. Not good, Fred.

  7. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 3 months ago

    Evil Fred.

  8. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 3 months ago

    Fred looks about as big as she is. We all know he’s a big dog, but…

  9. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 3 months ago

    Looks like the guys are having fun in a park for dogs. Nice.

  10. streetlight2 commented on Fred Basset 4 months ago

    Maybe Fred’s pals wanted to come inside to be next to the fire.