Despite some imaginative suggestions to my “What’s wrong here?” teaser, no one correctly identified the odd thing out.
It was of course the PlayMobil Spirit of Fascism, lurking around the National Alliance election posters. The National Alliance, as I explained previously, are post-fascists, not to be confused with neo-fascists, pro-fascists or the ex-fascists
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Three months ago, I reported how my well-to-do neighbours were up in arms over the planned redevelopment of the main street. Since then, the protests have faded away, with the only reminder of how close we came to revolution being the poster for the Residents’ Association Meeting in the pharmacy window.
Unfortunately, at the
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I’m often asked, “Ria, how can I help the United Nations Framework Conventions on Climate Change and Biological Diversity?”
Well now there’s a simple solution.
Enviro-roll: toilet paper impregnated with native seed
But hey, don’t take my word for it, read more here. The paper acts as a water/nutrient retentative agent, once used there
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Just back from the dentist’s.
Mr B. had warned me that Dr Ceysar did not have much a bedside manner, which was fine by me since I never really enjoyed chatting to the dentist with an anaesthetized jaw. – So did you have a good holiday?
- ggshugnbr bevvfrna shuhptuh
- Yes, I’m
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â€œNobody,â€She whimpered,â€œCould call meA fussy girl;I only wantA little bitOf muesliAnd some milk!â€*
*Apologies to A.A. Milne.
Yes, just some milk from a carton. Without first having to shred the paper off layer by layer, saw through the seal with a serrated knife, tilt the carton sideways to avoid an uncontrollable splash and then
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