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...as the Green Party candidate in my local area. May 7th 2015 (unless the election is called earlier for some reason...)

Wish me luck!

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Susan-K-Dailey Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for the :+fav: and the watch!! :D
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ajoj Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014
thanks for the :+fav:
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Richard-Cederfjard Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you so much for the :+devwatch:  :)
It means alot, take care :hug:
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aegiandyad Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014
Hello Coshipi!

Thank you for faving my journal which was the Guy de Maupassant story, The Devil. I've always thought that story shows how down to earth peasants can be, so that the story is apposite on a day when the Assisted Dying Bill was debated. Personally that bill makes me quail. How do you feel?

Do you still visit NottheTalk? Does it still exist? Are you ever on The Senior Common Room? I wonder how things are in that place.

Hoping you and Mrs Coshipi are well. Thanks for your video on sea levels rising. That is another very worrying phenomenon. All the best, Mrs aegian.
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coshipi Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014
I also quail at that bill. The logic is impeccable - but relevant only to a reliably humane species, not a real human one.

I do visit NottheTalk from time to time, yes. Rarely in the Senior Common Room though, despite being actual friends with Andswivel, who started it.

We are well. And yes, some folks don't think about some of the implications of rising sea level - even those who believe it's happening, never mind that it's accelerating, and will do so increasingly.
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aegiandyad Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014
Thank you or your reply and glad you're both well. I really fear that climate change is going to fast forward and we will have to change our behaviour yesterday. Sadly fracking is very bad news. What we both can't understand is the casual attitude to growing global problems we're all facing. The biggest will quickly hit us - water shortages for drinking and growing food. No doubt you have seen this coming in India. People still seem fixated with so called growth as if the answer to our problems is building more factories where there are currently none, hence degrading the ecology even more quickly.

I very much fear Assisted Dying. I expect that in the not too distant future I will receive a letter saying, "Dear mrs aegian, your entitlement to State Pension has not been recognised. Instead we have made an appointment for you to visit this hospital where your needs will be met permanently."

Actually Fenderstrat started the Senior Common room yonks ago. Andy took it up and started the current one when NtT left GUT. I do miss the old place but currently enjoy an easy life so don't plan to go back. Climate change did not find many believers on that board so it became annoying never getting beyond home base on any discussion. Anyway, hope they're all well.

What do you think will be the implications of rising sea levels and of the slow death of the oceans? Will that be curtains for us as a species?
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coshipi Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
You and I won't live long enough to see whether my predictions prove accurate - I doubt whether anyone alive today will. For what it's worth, my guess is that it'll be curtains for a lot more species than it's already been curtains for, but that our species won't actually go extinct in the foreseeable future. I'm pretty sure we'll suffer a drastic reduction in numbers, and the total collapse of technological civilization - probably not in a single catastrophe, but in a series of ever-worsening disasters over a fairly protracted period. A rump of humanity will probably survive in the ruins, initially making use of bits and pieces of the wreckage, and gradually - as Nature reclaims the Earth - reverting to hunter-gatherer and slash-and-burn lifestyles.

Variations on this scenario - and beyond it - are the foundations of the novels I've written, and the one I'm working on now. NOT the foundation of The Reminiscences of Penny Lane of course, which is contemporary.
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T1sup Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2014
Thanks for the fave.
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Nice to see you back !!!!
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Marie-Aude Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2014
Thank you for the :+fav: :hug:
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Yuki6 Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014  Student General Artist
Thank you for the watch.
wow, I see that you are traveling a lot of ...  I look around at your gallery. I admire people who have the courage to look at the world from the other side... this less pleasant reality. More people should survive such a trip ... maybe to be more open to the world.
whatewer.. thank you one more time :)
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