Labour adopts the tactics of the Celts

Devolution was a big event for Labour. It made sure that it could put  its feet under the comfortable table at the extremes of the United Kingdom and stay there: very much like the Celts did when they were under threat from the Roman Empire.

Future of the World

Be prepared. There is definitely an end to the consumption era. An era fueled by oil. Without that oil, our distribution processes breakdown and we increasingly rely on returning to a world in which oil was not fundamental: maybe to world as we know it at around 1850. In that world, people still sought to live in cities to take an opportunities from the burden and poverty of the countryside - the mirror of what happens today in third world countries and those burgeoning economies India and China.

The Smile That Dare Not Be Named

You love it so much, that you want to shout to everybody how wonderful it is. But you can't. It's all very strange. I have just had teeth whitening and it whitened my teeth by almost 15 shades! Believe me, that is a lot - and when the start point was pretty bad (could just about be registered as the darkest possible) - you realise how bad my teeth were.

Emotional Twitter

Peoples' twitters are all rather odd. There is nothing profound being said if it is spontaneous. So on the moving scale from profound pontification (which is rare unless you are Stephen Fry) through status (what am I doing - if that makes a difference in other peoples lives!) to emotion (anger, happiness, sadness, loved up etc.): I would say emotional twitter is far more engrossing.

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