Category Archives: Reblogs

Donate to fund dogs in the Serengeti

Originally posted on Learning from Dogs:
This plea came in from Mr. Pedantry! This came in yesterday and I thought for some time that I wouldn’t be able to publish it quickly owing to me getting my knickers in a…

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The Koala Conspiracy

Originally posted on Adaptive Diversity:
Do marsupials even exist? The word of the year for 2016 is officially “post-truth.” It seems a lot of folks just don’t care very much for facts. Instead, they form beliefs based on subjective feelings…

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Daryl Davis Is Still Going Strong

Originally posted on Filosofa's Word:
In 2017, Keith and I both wrote about a man named Daryl Davis, a Black man who is doing more than his share to help white supremacists stop being white supremacists, one at a…

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From 1985: Warnings from Carl Sagan and Al Gore (Take Two)

Climate deniers will have a hard time explaining these to their grandchildren, the kids who are now woke to the disasters they’ve been served by blindness and greed. Astounding find by climatestate. Source: Climate Denial Crock of the Week I … Continue reading

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Happy World Bee Day!!! 🐝

Originally posted on Filosofa's Word:
This is a re-post of the one I wrote last year for World Bee Day, but some of you haven’t yet seen it, others may have forgotten it, and it says everything I would…

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The clock is ticking

Originally posted on The Mind of Brosephus: I’m guessing that you’ve seen this video by now. If not, take a few minutes to listen or you can read the article about it that was posted on Mother Jones. Here’s…

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Even the pessimists got it wrong, revisited

The perception, the ‘ideal’ and… the reality. If democracy had teeth, the 1% would be quaking in their boots instead of laughing all the way to the bank. Eight years ago, almost to the day, I reblogged a post by … Continue reading

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Scribble: Rant – No Variations on the Theme, revisited

The preamble to the preamble I spent three hours (!) this morning talking with ‘a’ WordPress Happiness Engineer, (to whom I shall refer as ‘HE’ and ‘they’, for reasons that will become apparent, should you actually make it that far; … Continue reading

Posted in ... wait, what?, Communication, Computers and Internet, illusion, Phlyarology, Reblogs | Tagged , , , , , , | 19 Comments

Scribble: Rant – No Variations on the Theme, redirector

Addendum 22Jun2021 Well, well, well… plus ça change; plus la même chose. It seems that WordPress has fixed (at least some of) the problems with the reblog facility. The ‘white space between paragraphs problem’ is clearly no longer present here … Continue reading

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Bezos Doubles Wealth as Amazon Essential Product Prices Rise 1000% Amid Pandemic

Originally posted on The Most Revolutionary Act:
A report by Public Citizen found that “Amazon is engaged in price gouging on products it sells directly” through its Amazon Essentials line, with products like facemasks and corn starch seeing elevenfold increases…

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