Archive for October, 2007

Chomsky and Tolstoy: Anarchists and Pioneers

Monday, October 29th, 2007

London is a tough place to live. It’s nice to have all the culture and diversity but most people spend most of their time being exploited at work and commuting to and from that exploitation!! It’s not all bad! Work can be fun! I’m busy looking for a new job at the moment – so […]

A light gripe

Saturday, October 13th, 2007

I spent most of the weekend lying down trying to block out the horrible back pain but I’m feeling much better this week and have been back at work teaching my enthusiastic students. I took the psychology exam on Monday and it was less scary than imagined! There were moments in the hall when I […]

Ticking time tick ticking on

Thursday, October 4th, 2007

The world’s been ticking on by and I’ve spent all day in bed resting my weary bones! I’ve decided to read War and Peace – I guess the only way it was going to happen was if I had something urgent to do and it seemed like a good alternative! There are now 3 days […]

Blood in Burma

Monday, October 1st, 2007

Burma – what a nightmare. I can’t bear to think of the suffering that must be happening there as the military attack people. A grisly picture of a monk horrifically bruised and beaten floating face down in a river was to be found in the free papers of London today along with claims that thousands […]