Letters: Message for all

Message for people of the world: smoke a joint together and what a happy world it would be.

Message for people of the world: smoke a joint together and what a happy world it would be.

I suspect Dopey, one of the seven dwarfs, would be extremely happy knowing in today’s human jungle he would not be alone as the entire world is going to pot and appears to be on the road to being  Dopey.

Bring back yesteryear that lacked future thoughts of an impossible dream of needing  climate change,  oil contamination on land and sea etc.

Let’s not forget Christy Clarke’s upcoming election driver, that elevator gas (aka) LNG and pretty wall paper to cover the forgotten hole in the ozone layer.

Tom Isherwood

Olalla

 

 

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