To tag on to that article is this one:
Where we blame individuals for following government guidance. Instead of blame the government for not acting appropriately by trying to save lives instead of the economy.
It also has a fantastic final sentence;
In these days of heightened hygiene, it’s more important than ever not to be a boot licker.
Enjoyed reading this.
I think the author is spot on too in his assessment that our food systems are too vulnerable.
Too much of our food is supplied just-in-time, which means there's little to no slack in the system for when problems arise.
We, as a society, waste far too much of our food. Our collective memory isn't there to help use the whole animal or the whole vegetable now that we need to.
Turned out poorly in the end. Put it in the oven as I was watching Sharknado. Got carried away with the film and burnt the top of the loaf...
This might be useful for those interested in the single Not Proven verdict today:
The history of it is quite interesting too:
Just found out two synth apps are now free, release your inner musician:
Kaossilator (£18) for iOS and Android: https://www.korg.com/us/news/2020/0313/
originally refrained from posting this because a question with striking similarity to the answer was posed and I was worried about self-plagiarising.
I've written a different answer, so felt it was worth sharing 😀
Wrote this a few weeks ago after I could not get some sleep because the thoughts needed writing down. My thoughts have modified slightly since writing but are generally the same.
It's scruffy as fuck and would ideally need tidying up, however I think its point is maintained;
#gàidhlig music, I think, is stuck in the past and is in dire need of modernisation.
Watching an interview about #AncientRome with Mary Beard on History Hit.
What a brilliant interview, hoped it would have been longer!
What a world Rome was. She talks about their decentralised power and how they viewed citizenship; touches on their assimilation of cultures and an amazing line "they create a desert and call it peace" 🔥
Oileanach a 'leughadh Gaelic Scotland. Slowcial Media.