Category Archives: Miscellaneous

Announcing another project (funny!), and a promise regarding an older one…

I have decided to supplement my rather serious attacks on the powers-that-be with some humorous broadsides. I have set up a new website: Corporate Clanger’s. (The apostrophe is intentional, as you will understand when you visit the site. This page … Continue reading

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‘Boiled frog’ relationships – are you in one?

UPDATE 7 MARCH 2018. This whole article (11 Things I Learned About Narcissists And Sociopaths By Age 27 – That I Wish Everyone Knew) rings true. Here is just one of the important points it makes: ‘There are people who … Continue reading

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Mistrust, ants and liver flukes: a lesson I should have learned by now!

I am writing this as a note to myself as much as anything. They say that lessons keep repeating themselves until you have learnt from them. I don’t want certain lessons to be repeated. The parasite that takes control of … Continue reading

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Now it can be announced – a new project/website!

At the end of August I travelled back to the beautiful Italian town of Guardia Sanframondi. If you saw the post relating to my previous visit you won’t be surprised. By constructing a new website, I am now trying to help … Continue reading

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The ongoing GM saga: UK supermarkets going GM!

Readers of my blog will be familiar with my attitude to GM (genetically modified) crops: A powerful documentary on GM food – please watch! Once again BBC Radio 4 champions GM BBC’s Today programme attacks herbalism, promotes GM and contributes to the … Continue reading

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Protected: Carolyn Lincoln’s old family photographs

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The great job-application illusion?

The farce of job applications? In the last six years I have trawled job websites etc. and applied for tens of positions I found there. Each application has probably taken a full day of work on average.  All these applications … Continue reading

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