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Things are pretty good. It must be said. Yes, there's Trump, Brexit, the seemingly inevitable pendulum swing of the far-right, not to mention the obvious climate catastrophe. But, if you accept that the world has always been in a mess and there will always be great challenges to face, then things are pretty good.

Gaming


Loving The Division 2, getting to know Washington is fun, although it doesn't have quite the personality of Midtown Manhatten - The Division (1) always felt like you were "home" because New York has been such a familiar part of any TV/Movie viewer's existence. By Contrast, Washington, even while fighting in very iconic locations, feels a little artificial, being a singular design from Peter Charles L' Enfant.




Boys growing

Hard to believe that Leo will be starting school in a few months.



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