It would be bad enough if it only hurt the UK but then there are the damages it did on this side of the pond, of course.
And then there are the world markets it hit:
And not bad enough it hurt the UK--and its allies--quickly, it also gave its enemies cause for celebration:
There were some glimmers of hope, fortunately. On this first one, it seems millions of Brits want a "second shot", a second vote on this whole Brexit idea. They have misgivings about the turnout.
On this one, lots of UK business leaders and investors think the populace will dismiss the idea outright:
So at this point, I and a lot of us are just hoping some good, somehow, comes of this vote they had. We shall see. It would be nice if they rethought it, had yet another election, and voted it down.
Hey, I can dream, can't I?
There is an old insult people used to throw around. It went like this--if you didn't like someone, for whatever reason, they would tell them "May you live in interesting times."
Between Donald Trump running for the Presidency and this Brexit vote, someone must have had it in for humanity about now.