Imaginary Friends

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The weather forecasters used by the Daily Mail and other papers don’t appear to exist. by George Monbiot: journalist, author, academic and environmental and political activist, United Kingdom. The talented line-up of weather forecasters at ‘Positive Weather Solutions’ Click for larger view Earlier this month, I questioned the credentials of the alternative weather forecasters being… Read more »

A Design for Life

Posted by & filed under Alternatives to Political Systems, Comedy Break, Consumerism, Economics, People Systems, Society, Village Development.

Click for larger view Courtesy: Marc Roberts If I wasn’t so used to such oxymoronic statements, I’d have already fallen off my chair after reading the below quote — in either hysterical laughter, or hysterical despair. I am pleased to stand before you this morning and confirm that Europe is closer to resolving its financial… Read more »

Crashing Wall Street

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Click for larger view Courtesy: Marc Roberts What with the ongoing occupation of New York’s financial district, and City traders coming out from under their gilded rocks in full candour (see below) — Frank thought it about time to break out the D-locks and superglue again.

How Not to Milk a Cow

Posted by & filed under Comedy Break, Livestock.

by Frank Gapinski Sometimes things don’t go according to plan…. This is an Elisabeth Fekonia blooper from her excellent DVD on Home Cheese-Making and All Things Dairy. Used with permission from Elisabeth.