Cutting the Crap

How to save money on make up: Imagine you are already wearing make up. Imagine your face looks nice. Imagine if we all did this. If sometimes you like to wear make up because you want to, you can also wear cheap make up that is pretty much the exact same thing as the very fucking … Continue reading Cutting the Crap

KCTMO – Playing with fire!

The fire in London is linked to poor management by its  tenant management organisation, acording to this blog by theGrenfell Action Group critics  say  the  block's management group -KCTMO narrowly averted a major fire disaster at Grenfell Tower in 2013 when residents experienced a period of terrifying power surges that were subsequently found to have … Continue reading KCTMO – Playing with fire!

Government Believes that “Population Mixing” Can Seriously Damage YOUR Child’s Health – #StopMoorside

Is replacing Sellafield worth it? UK MP Tim Farron MP is to quiz  the Director of Public Health Cumbria on how a new nuclear reactor  planned for #Moorside will affect the health of children in the vicinity Source: Government Believes that "Population Mixing" Can Seriously Damage YOUR Child's Health - #StopMoorside

When Cleaning Makes Things Worse – Making polluters pay for poisoned water

I read a great article by Walter Mugdan the EPA's Director of Emergency Response, about how toxic and dangerous cleaning fluids like Perc can be when they are allowed to contaminate  public water supplies. Much US water and air was contaminated by toxic chemicals like Perchlorethylene, a chlorinated solvent, which was verywidely used in dry … Continue reading When Cleaning Makes Things Worse – Making polluters pay for poisoned water

Although 3.2 million people marched in towns across the US many local papers ignored them

On Jan. 21, an estimated 3.2 million Americans took to the streets for Women’s March protests. Given the sheer scale of the protests, it would be reasonable to assume they led headlines across the US. In reality, a significant number of American newspapers chose not to feature the story on their Sunday front pages—a striking… via … Continue reading Although 3.2 million people marched in towns across the US many local papers ignored them