jusummerhayes (jusummerhayes) wrote,

My tweets

  • Fri, 12:15: RT @seasonalight: Chapter Severn – The Mouth – Deus Ex Machina https://t.co/qP0GqDs2KI On Capitalism and plot flaws, and more still. #Nat
  • Fri, 13:36: Capitalism is the Planet’s Cancer: Operate Before it’s too Late https://t.co/0giB8ZJKPW
  • Fri, 13:54: Episode Twenty-five: Healing - The Stubborn Light of Things https://t.co/n14rP67ohW / I do miss hearing these wonderful musings and interviews by @M_Z_Harrison
  • Fri, 14:01: “Solicitors under investigation by their regulator are increasingly citing workplace bullying as a reason for their misconduct, according to a report published yesterday.” https://t.co/4hhYfbZCfF
  • Fri, 18:01: I must remember that when you take a puppy (our little Eddie) up through the village you need to allow an extra hour for all the love and attention. #puppylove
  • Fri, 18:08: Why have the number of Covid19 cases in Devon gone through the roof?
  • Fri, 18:29: Now playing Gary Numan. Surprisingly daughter #3 likes my choice: Cars.
  • Fri, 18:45: My three girls work for some amazing companies: architecture (https://t.co/Ca8cWj4Rva), food (@Riverford) and hospitality @DartingtonTrust). I'm so proud of them and for the fact that they have made choices that will stand them in such good stead for the future.
  • Fri, 19:02: Daughter #3 is such an amazing singer. We're currently listening to my fav musical, Miss Saigon (Why God Why). She'd have been amazing in musical theatre.
  • Fri, 19:18: Now talking to daughter #3 about Colm Wilkinson. Saw him twice in Les Mis. I cried each time.
  • Sat, 05:38: “I would rather have questions that can't be answered than answers that can't be questioned.” ― Richard Feynman
  • Sat, 06:05: I just published: It’s a time of life thing, right? https://t.co/Kqw3SSSObi
  • Sat, 06:58: Just watched @JulianCribb video that you'll find as a link to this blog post. If you're at all interested in the current climate catastrophe then I'd urge you to watch it https://t.co/ItmXZ8SP67
  • Sat, 10:46: The climate catastrophe and all the egregious issues now affecting the earth/us have been long in the making and, yet, I don't recall my forebears talking about inter alia the climate, population, food shortages, soil erosion or the proliferation of plastic. Why is that I wonder?
  • Sat, 11:41: Reading Emil Cioran. Very much in the tradition of Schopenhauer and Nietzsche.
Tags: #nat, #puppylove, twitter

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