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Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts I enjoyed this thoughtful piece from Andrew Revkin at DotEarth.
Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts This a shameless repost of a ‘toon from April 2009. I guess I should have brought it up to date with nuances of entrapment and illegitimacy, etc. — but it’ll be back round in a year or two. I’ll do it then. If I can be bothered. Deep Cover agent provocateur.
Click for full view Courtesy: Marc Roberts The Astro-turf phenomenon isn’t new, but George Monbiot’s recent article, and the recent Fox-leaks non-shock put it back in my mind. Elsewhere – Polar bears move inland and begin to assimilate, sound advice is offered on risk management and our persistent buggering of the soil takes its toll. I’m not sure what’s happened to Frank. He wandered off into a snow storm a […]
Click for larger view Courtesy: Marc Roberts As Cancun winds up without collapsing, we are obliged to heave a reluctant sigh of qualified relief and await further developments. Low expectations make for happy campers.
Click for full view Courtesy: Throbgoblins Inspired by Polyp‘s dedicated pursuit of conspiracy nutters of all stripes.
Pit-falls, projects and laughs from our Permaculture journey “Andrew, I need to talk to you about something,” I’ve sought out the new president of the Community Garden at Peregian Beach, Andrew Maitland, to ask an important yet delicate question. “Yes?” “It’s about slugs,” “Slugs?” “Yes, I have a lovely, bumper crop of slugs.”