I cannot find the words yet to express the pain, sorrow, and anger my friends abroad are experiencing right now. Never before, without war, has one country taken so much from so many and gained so much nothing for all their meaness inflicted as the U.K. has done with their Leave vote. Sad. So very sad and absolutely unnecessary.
Since there is a distinct lack of funny in the world these days, I’d like to share the BBC Comedy Still Game. The show chronicles the aging lives of two men that live in Glasgow, Scotland. As with the best comedy, the show mixes both laughter and barbed hooks of real life.
Still Game is a Scottish sitcom, produced by The Comedy Unit with the BBC. It was created by Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill, who play the lead characters, two Glaswegian pensioners, named Jack Jarvis and Victor McDade respectively. The characters were originally from the pair’s previous show Chewin’ the Fat which aired in Scotland from January 1999 until June 2000.
And now, without further delay:
Okay, the first couple of seconds of this video are mildly obnoxious, but the rest of the video is good and extremely important. A commitment to this project on a national level would revolutionize our country, our energy consumption, and our way of life. I hope it happens.
And this is an encouraging sign that this project just might take off: