To Managers Worldwide. (And in particular of FOOD outlets adopting the SPECIAL OPENING TIMES FOR ELDERLY AND VULNERABLE) Please support the chain of command from head office and try your best to help ensure that they state clearly that ANYBODY who either has had symptoms in the last 5 days or been in contact with … Continue reading Open Letter To Food Suppliers Adopting Special Opening Times For The Elderley
Getting Sober For March? When toilet paper jokes are over you’ll be wiping your eyes Perhaps you’ll see a corpse maybe your relative dies? And we’ll learn together until the new dawn How to organize resist fight and seed a new lawn? None could see the bacteria or could know how it flow on the … Continue reading Book Of Covid19 Chapter 4 – When The Toilet Paper Jokes Are Over
Hi, in contrast to my blog yesterday, I've let my words fly in a first-thought best-thought cypher, to imagine a vaccination potion full of verbs and motion. Soul vaccination, All across the nation people been catchin' honkypox (Honkypox) When you get the notion, Tower's got the potion - you might look in to set yourself … Continue reading Corona Cypher – First Thought Best Thought
“If you let liars into the government, you put everybody at risk”--James O’ Brien, a few minutes ago on LBC talk radio, UK. Whenever I'm fortunate enough to catch one of my own thoughts and follow it, I try to imagine how such a similar thought may arise in others. You can save a lot … Continue reading THOUGHTS: WHERE DO THEY GO?
Pangolin Didn’t Kill Itself. Since news of the novel coronavirus spread late last year, I was struck by claims that the virus originated in snakes and/or bats. In my minds eye I quickly saw the image of a brew in a cauldron, “The eye of a newt and the toe of a frog etc..” This … Continue reading Pangolin Didn’t Kill Itself: For World Pangolin Day 2020