Sarah Jeong – Fake Racist, Fake Newspaper Editor?

Reading Time: 3 minutes   In the same way that Winnie the Pooh illogically blames the size of Rabbit’s door, for not being able to get through it, Sarah Jeong – a Korean/American lawyer, journalist, and a lot of other things – blames racist tweets…for the fact that she sent out racist tweets. Even though I don’t follow her logic, […]

Climate Change: Run Rabbit, Run – Run From The Sun

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Reading Time: 5 minutes Yes, I know. Before you start accusing me of going all “ecological”, I am aware that the last “dreadful” summer we had, was back in 1976. Since those golden days, we have had widespread floods in Europe, a tornado in London’s Kensal Green, an erupting volcano in Iceland, earthquakes in Italy, no white Christmas for […]

Heat And The Willows – Stressing Your Local Oak Tree

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Reading Time: 4 minutes And just as the Brits thought that, after Brexit, cooperation with the EU over the environment didn’t concern them anymore. With temperatures soaring in the high thirties, forest fires raging left, right, and centre, this is really not the time to start acting as a bully in the classroom. It’s time to forget about perceived […]

Blocking On Social Media: “Get Out Of My Virtual Life, You Virtual Man!”

Reading Time: 4 minutes I never thought this would happen to me, but it has. Someone out there, in virtual reality, had the audacity to ban me from their virtual life on the net. I thought that it had no meaning, but it has. I now realise that you can ignore somebody you don’t even know exists, in the […]

France 4 : Croatia 2 – When Pragmatism Broke Romanticism

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Reading Time: 2 minutes It was a battle of two philosophical ideals, enacted by highly skilled protagonists. It was a battle of mind against matter, pragmatism against romanticism. In the end, God ensured that a deluge would end it all, and make fragile humans think again about what they were doing. It was a message telling us to wipe […]