Jan. 28, 2019

Comment response

by Eric Wilkes (author's profile)


Date: 1/16/2019, 9:28:05 PM

Dear Drawing A Wider Circle,
Upon reading your recent message, I realized there was good reason to be thinking to myself that your name sounded familiar. Then when I saw your use of the word "bloke", everything clicked together. If I'm not mistaken, it was early October of 2017 that you left a message that informed me of the fact that you were from Europe. I never sent a reply to that message because you had no questions and seemed to just have the desire to leave a friendly compliment regarding my writing. However, this time I thought I might just go ahead and leave a bit of information for you and perhaps see if you can give me some information as well.

First, let me just say that my stories regarding my seizures are going to continue in a series of one full draft on my tablet on an average of once every two weeks. I'm already four drafts ahead, and I still have more to share. You are absolutely correct in your last statement of prison being a terrible place to have a seizure.

Now, time for your possibility to inform me. Naturally, I'm linked to what's actually happening at your end of town, so I was just wondering what your feelings are regarding the BREXIT.

Well, keep checking in for my new additions and thanks for your comments.



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Drawing a Wider Circle Posted 7 months, 3 weeks ago. ✓ Mailed 7 months, 1 week ago   Favorite
Hello Eric,

I'm from The Netherlands, and surprised by an American interested in Brexit. Not many people here care that much, other than some vague worry what it will bring. I personally am conflicted. The British always were trouble makers inside the EU, but if democracy means anything they have any right to leave. However, I do not think they did themselves a favor and the consequences wont be positive for them or Europe for that matter. Some kind of economic downturn due to all the tarrifs and border delays and import/export will be disturbed. Our country (close to Britain) will feel the consequences, but I think we will adapt and be largely okay after the initial shock. We'll see how it will play out. If it goes above expectations/fears, than the movement in other countries to get out may gain strenght.

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