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War and Peace

For the past few months I’ve been thinking how the Earth’s climate alternates between ice ages and interglacials, between cold and warmth. And, somewhat in parallel with that, I was thinking yesterday about how human societies alternate between war and … Continue reading

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Why Are They All So Nasty?

They all seem to be such nasty people in Tobacco Control. Everything they do is nasty. Smoking bans are nasty things: exiling people to the outdoors is a very nasty thing to do to anybody. And the No Smoking signs … Continue reading

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Is Trump Relaxing The War On Drugs?

This surprised me: 8 June 2018 President Donald Trump told a gaggle of reporters Friday that he will “probably” support efforts by Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) to end the federal ban on marijuana in states that have legalized it. “I … Continue reading

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Ellen Judson

A couple of people have posted up a link to an article in the American Thinker. One of them commented: It goes on with the author debunking smoking bans as irrational and unnecessary and cites a few facts but does … Continue reading

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Wave The Magic Wand

I was thinking about magic and magic wands and magical thinking this morning when I came across something Leggie had written, which contained an image And I thought: There’s the magic wand I’m looking for. Leggie said it was Nisakiman’s … Continue reading

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Fanatics

It’s sunny in the UK. We’ve actually had three successive days of sun. It seems this is a record. Monday is set to become the hottest early May Bank Holiday on record with 23.6C to beat. I wonder how long it’ll take for … Continue reading

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Kindred Spirits

Well, there we all are. From left to right, Twentyrothmans, Frank, Nisakiman, Bucko, in the White Hart in Ashton Keynes. We were perhaps one of the most unlikely band of brothers to ever be thrown together. I’d hoped it would … Continue reading

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