Monthly Archives: September 2013

Packing away and In the Solvay

   And so as week 30 of the work at the lagoon ends, this saw the departure of the majority of the watercraft. Goldmember, minimember and Gullit. The underwater sand castles have ceased, the sand machine and the giant snake … Continue reading

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Mob Rule?

  There comes a time in your life when you here a certain phrase and suddenly the meaning of life suddenly clicks into place. Mine was when I read the old Icelandic proverb “EVERY MAN LOVES THE SMELL OF HIS … Continue reading

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The Great Bridge

  In Great Bridge, there was only one Fred Perry- and not the former more internationally known Tennis player. As a former Sandwell Councillor for The Great Bridge ward, Fred  was also a founder member of The Friends of Sheepwash Local … Continue reading

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Rattlechain mash-up

   He’s seen it all, watching the caged birds within doing tricks. That 70’s guy- a tribute. Click on the link and then come back to this page following the words and pictures down in time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAJM7kT14aA     Raindrops … Continue reading

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Landscape with the Fall of Icarus.

Musée des Beaux Arts About suffering they were never wrong, The Old Masters: how well they understood Its human position; how it takes place While someone else is eating or opening a window or just walking dully long; How, when … Continue reading

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Le plein, s’il vous plaît

And so to more “silliness” concerning the covering over with some cloth and filling of sand disguised as “remediation” at the lagoon that has poisoned dozens of wildfowl thanks to a British dumped chemical weapon. I wasn’t aware that Albright and Wilson … Continue reading

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