I just found this curious little packet in my organic dried apricots today. Needless to say my Aztec mask wasn’t the only one who was shocked. Someone’s going to have fun tonight…
Who would have guessed that muffle-ty years later a concept know as “peak water” would be spilling from my fingertips onto a web totally unrelated to spiders and tuffets as a splash of what life as a human is about today. Yet here it is…
All the secrets of our oceans lie behind the soulful eyes of our big-hearted mammalian cousins and humanity cannot speak their language. A dolphmaid is the perfect solution to our inter-species disconnect and ultimately to our climate woes. Welcome a new format to the UN Summit on Climate Change.
Many a hearty winter Canadian will brave the snow and ice for their morning coffee and a Timbit. It has becomes somewhat of a national ritual and unbeknownst to the masses, a secret testing ground for the fossil fuel industry. Muahahaha.
Note the forward lean with the determined expression and slightly flexed supporting leg— the trademark flight stance of this endangered creature. This particular individual is clearly under intense duress. But what could be stalking it?
The picture you see is that of an ex bluefin tuna. Many a hungry land shark would say: “Yum Yum. That’s one heck of a sushi feast!”. The second picture in this post shares something shocking in common with the fish but is not a fish. What could it be?
Put your hand in the cooking jar a few too many times and you’re going to get caught if not by the blue furry Muppet stalking it, then by betrayal from the stitching on your hip-huggers. It’s the universal law called “getting your just deserts”…or desserts in this case.
I find it ironic that solar power is classified as alternative energy whereas fossil fuel is not. So let’s turn this concept upside down and ask Fern to shed a little light on the matter.
The virtues of social monogamy are a matter of survival for the human species. But what of agricultural monogamy?
“Mirror mirror in the sky who could possibly be brighter than I?” Ah yes, vanity— The pride of the 7 deadly sins, a narcissistic belief in one’s own abilities that blinds the individual to the grace of Gaea. It is the sin master in the party room, the source of much shaking in the sin making department, but what tune are we dancing to?