There surely cannot be a single company that has got away with its anti-social practices more than the Danish company, Lego.

Modern times and global warming, as well as many other things, have caught up with diesel cars and oil companies, with earbuds and straws and plastic bottles.

Yet, all those people who diligently separate their recycling and worry about the environment give their little innoe=cent children these awful plastic edifices.

There is little doubt that an archaeologist digging up our era a thousand years or more from now will use their robots to vaccum dust earth off tiny and large bits of never destructible plastic, shaking their heads at our use of a material that destroyed us, chuckling to themselves about our sheer primitiveness.



No posts for a longtime. There’s a reason – despondancy.

I guess if you lived through the two world wars of the past century you would have little sympathy for us cowering citizens with face masks, trying to engage in a socialised world again.

This weekend, one of the biggest festivals on earth is taking place as normal. 110,000 mainly young, unvaccinated people will descend on our town and revel.

This seems pretty crazy. I will not be leaving the house. But it seems that the UK has decided on herd immunity without telling anyone this is the policy (indeed, the Government denies it).

But is it wasn’t for the pandemic, I reckon I would be hiding away anyway.

Burnt by many business betrayals and failures. The wind knocked out of me by my own stupidities.

Despondent about modern life.

Really, unwilling to try again.

I may only live once, but I’ve had enough of it.