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Communication breakdown.

The challenge of clear communication. Since it seems that the old standard of the written word, and, therefore, the spoken word, the text of books now having been widely superseded by that of texting we have a challenge to re-establish … Continue reading

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Skyscrapers.

The higher they go the less we have our feet on the ground. ☺

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Language.

  Today I heard a TV presenter ask someone, ‘What is your decision making for doing that?’ instead of the simple and explicit, ‘Why do you do that?’ – five words instead of one! This sort of speech is now … Continue reading

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Animal abnormalities & illnesses.

With the exception of Homo sapiens in the “civilized” world all animals living naturally have few naturally occurring abnormalities and illnesses. ☺

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Award winners.

It is remarkable how many award winners there are – a veritable plethora of them – and it seems that anyone quoted, described or otherwise referred to in the media has to be an award winner to be worth anything. … Continue reading

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The protection syndrome. (2)

Would you believe it: “Anti-Bacterial” rubber gloves of the kind used domestically for washing dishes etc? The best protection we could have is the cessation of birth because, with no more births and the death of all existing people, there … Continue reading

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What to eat.

Unlike humans other animals usually know what to eat for their own good. ☺

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