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In Uncategorized on March 17, 2012 at 17:29

I am CAR free

Shopping trolly

In Uncategorized on November 21, 2011 at 11:09

It would certainly increase the number of people shopping without using their cars if we were allowed to take standard BIG shopping trolleys strait to the doors of our homes.

Car industry

In Uncategorized on November 9, 2011 at 08:27

So much is said on the news that it’s so unfortunately that people don’t buy many cars any more. The car industry suffers and that’s so bad. Well why nobody tells that perhaps people were buying too many cars before? Several per family – used mostly just to get to local school or shops

february 2009

Broken Solar Panels

In Uncategorized on October 19, 2011 at 10:16

There is a house not far away from ours. Just one more of the simple 70s dwellings. It is the only one (as far as I know) having solar water heating system in the area. And it is BROKEN. I don’t know what had happened but it looks like somebody had thrown a stone at it from the street, breaking this expensive piece of technology and the owners couldn’t afford to (or just didn’t wanted to) replace it. Some people don’t forgive you for being different, be it an accent or solar panels…

(its been fixed by now:)


In Uncategorized on September 5, 2011 at 10:55

Some “green” or “traditionalist” people don’t like supermarkets, but for a family with no car,  their good choice of products, discount food and home delivery is the most convenient way to shop for food. Just before the closure many of them drop the price of the goods with short shelf life – its an option worth exploring.

Lawns are evil!

In Uncategorized on August 30, 2011 at 17:54

Well I don’t like them and partly blame them for decline in numbers of bees and butterflies in Britain. They’re only OK if kids are really playing on the grass. But then of course the lawn won’t be neat! Otherwise its a horrible waste of space, owners efforts and electricity. How well all this ENORMOUS space in Britain could be used by individuals & councils for growing edible, beautiful, wild & beneficial plants! No, its few species of grass in gardens (for keeping up with the Johnses) – and the same at the countryside – for the sheep.

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