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Posted By jonnyP

Notes from the front line.


The thoughts of Comrade Brian….


Our guitarist Brian like many of us has had his front line redrawn. He sent me this message a few days ago. Life at home eh!


“Hi John the music service have suspended lessons only after schools had already closed to visitors though! So I am here tackling my summer holiday to do list early, plus some home recording! Bought the “Survivors” on DVD following your recommendation, the first episode actually freaked Sarah out, which added to the entertainment value, both hooked now, lots of british bit actors to remember the names of too, who then die! I’ve never tried Skype, is it a breakfast cereal like Force or Special K? I’m game to give it a go, if you are. Glad to be home away from people suddenly starting to tell me what a great leader Bojo has turned out to be, 3 last week, they must be really ill, so lets all hope further disaster befalling the uk, to prove us lefties right and the righties left holding the baby.”


How we finish the Album is going to be a bit tricky.


“This time the front line is coming to your door” JPTB They’re coming to get you. ..the first episode "freaked Sarah out"



Posted By jonnyP

Coronavirus online study 2

Get gardening the great unravelling is upon us?


1) Astragalus in short supply

2) The real seed company report a surge in sales

3) We’re getting the potato planters ready and beans and winter squash will follow. Would have done so anyway, such a joy.

4) As intuited in last weeks blog the toilet roll economy is booming. The only one that is

5) Who knows? Some say “it’s just like flu”.  Others say “It’s more virulent”. Alarmist or complacent is perhaps beside the point. The immune system of the Global economy and energy systems is a shot to pieces as is the ecosystem. It could only take a cough.


Here’s what Jim Kunstler’s gardening tips are for what Joanna Macy calls “The great unravelling”

“We’re lucky for one thing: this crisis of advanced civilization is striking at the very start of the planting season. If you’re prudent, you can begin at once to organize serious gardening efforts, if you live in a part of the country where that is possible. I’d go heavy on the potatoes, cabbages, winter squashes, and beans, because they’re all keepers over winter.”


And finally your online study for this week is   Check Abby Grants speech 20 mins in as she details the consequences of supply chain collapse and how complex culture will lose it’s ability to replicate itself. 


“All familiar will unfold” Ch2 fUKt


New songs on the way. X jonny