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 25 APRIL 2020. This YouTube channel (DoctorRamani) is gold dust! 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 … 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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A powerful documentary on GM food – please watch!

Followers of this blog will be familiar with my complaints against the BBC for its de facto championing of the GM industry. I have just watched a powerful documentary on the evils of this technology, in which various credible doctors, veterinarians, … Continue reading

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Edinburgh City Council’s unethical banking. Let’s change it!

I recently wrote to one of my councillors, Nigel Bagshaw, to ask with whom Edinburgh City Council banks, and whether, if this were not an ethical bank, the Council would consider moving its accounts. Here is the disappointing answer I … Continue reading

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Useful and free things in skips – where and what?

Many useful things are dumped in skips and end up in landfill. This is bad for the environment and puts people to needless expense. (This Guardian article might be of interest.) I have set up a Facebook group to enable … Continue reading

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