|Game 7 Ticket ... on my phone.|
|You can lick it, they really can't do anything about it|
The boys have been super good. We think Tucker is finally getting it. I managed to walk (and control) him when passing 2 dogs! This was super exciting since its never really happened before. Brodie is literally just being ... Brodie. Super easy to walk, I don't even think I need to hold his leash.
Lowlight of the Week:
Village Falafel closed a few months ago and I have been eagerly anticipating the replacement restaurant. On Monday, we received notice there is a new establishment opening up. Its "Coconut Joe's Cafe." Yet again my hopes of an A&W or Jamba Juice or Krispy Kreme have been dashed. I guess I will wait and see to see if its any good. Also, still waiting for that remodeling to complete Fresh Pixx - maybe that will be remodeled into an A&W.
So ... United Kingdom, that's some good work (*sarcasm*). Even though almost everyone told you that its a bad idea. I wonder if Trump can trump that. Maybe he will just tear up NAFTA and pull out of the WTO - and of course not ratify the TPP. I have to wonder about Trump. Why would you applaud the "Leave" vote when you are in Scotland, where they voted to "Remain"? I guess that's Trump being Trump.
One of the main things I did really appreciated about the referendum was how clear the question was was.
"Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union?"
Instead of from the 1995 Québec referendum (from Wikipedia):
"Do you agree that Québec should become sovereign after having made a formal offer to Canada for a new economic and political partnership within the scope of the bill respecting the future of Québec and of the agreement signed on June 12, 1995?"
What kind question is that? I don't even know what I'm voting for!?! At least in that case, since no one actually knew what they were voting for, they voted, "Non." Which is something that you probably always do when you don't understand the question. Just say No.
One Last Thing:
Happy Birthday Rumiko!