"Forty people on an island green."
Come to India. We're literally dying.
In summary, Hebdo had every right to print what they did, even if they didn't have sterling taste or a clean social conscience.
I started a crowd-sourced project on this blog and on Facebook, about spatial memories. Predictably, absolutely no one responded to the blog, and lots of people embraced the idea on Facebook. Owing to various things - chiefly embarrassment at having to claim ownership of something actually successful - I avoided the Facebook page for ages.... Continue Reading →
I'm rather envious of the fact that my husband has an entire blackboard to himself at work, and a replenishable box of coloured chalk. He tries to spin me the tale that these are his work accessories, but of course I drop in every now and then to check on his truth, and I find... Continue Reading →
A little learning is a dangerous thing... and don't lend books to snotty young people too smart for their little pants.
I've been depressed lately, and I'm so GODSDAMNED grateful for it.