5 things I’ve learned in Lockdown. No, a new language isn’t one of them

Epiphanic Lockdown Revelations: we’re all idiots, we’re all amazing and… no, we’re all still just idiots

Have you gained superior wisdomfrom this virus experience, even though it’s not quite over and everyone’s utterly confused right now? Why the confusion? What tabloid have you been on? Read on…

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Save the World, Don’t Ban Cars! | Brown Car Guy 18022020

Latest Brown Car Guy Update 18022020 #BCGDaily

My feature on DriveTribe.com about why the UK’s 2035 ban on sales of diesel, petrol and
hybrid cars is wrong, has sparked a lot of discussion for and against. Please click here to go there and get involved!

Diamond Batteries, Synthetic Fuel from CO2 & Red Herrings. Brown Car Guy update 05022020

Latest update from Shahzad Sheikh AKA Brown Car Guy

Are electric cars really the only answer, or are there alternatives we should also be considering? Could goverments be making a costly mistake with draconian legislation to ban petrol, diesel and hybrid cars?

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The Future’s not what it turned out to be

Whilst we wait for big babies to blow up the world and the Earth’s crust to eat itself, maybe we should wrench ourselves away from our Facebook feeds for one last go at fixing things.

The future's not what it turned out to be

I’m pissed off at the future! Not the future that is to come, but the future that was to be. The one we’ve actually ended up with today.

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Pursue the Intangible via the Incomprehensible to the Immeasurable

‘Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.’ Albert Einstein.

He was so right. Now more than ever. Here’s a rambling rant proffering reasons why.

Not everything that counts

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Vote for the kids!

When you hold that ballet paper in your hand, stop and think, not about yourself, but about our kids.

Vote for the kids

We should all vote if we can, but it’s time to stop voting for our own selfish reasons and spurious loyalties, and instead to vote for the benefit of the country, it’s people and particularly, the young people. Because quite simply, our future is invested in them.

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