Friday 03 Apr 2020


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Day 11 of Lockdown

RIP Bill Withers

He sadly passed away today from heart complications.



Hair

Day 12 of the Wild Hair & Beard experiment with comparison photo inlaid.

A photo of Mark Smith @DaisyHeifer showing his wild unkempt hair and beard on Day 12 of the COVID-19 Coronavirus lockdown.
Wild Hair Day 12


Bud

Here are some pics of Bud that Kim and I took today...

  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot
  • A photo of Bud the Parrot


New Experiences

Aubergine

I made moussaka for dinner tonight - It led to me buying, handling and then frying Aubergines - something I've never done before - they are quite unlike anything else I've ever touched or fried!

Turned out very nicely though!

I recommend The Hairy Bikers' recipe, although I would say that it's a dish that takes effort - perfect for lockdown conditions, but not if you're in a rush...

20 Plate Vehicles

I saw my first 20 plate vehicle today (a Transit van) and I suddenly realised that they had been released now - suddenly, that felt weird to me.



Will this change us?

Office Printers

Now that most of us are working from home, will the office printer become redundant?

I have spent much of the last decade living out of a hotel room, with no permanent desk, so anything I've printed, I've had to carry - so I stopped printing things and got used to reading documents on a screen.

The only thing I remember printing in work in the last x years has been for someone else to read.

Hopefully, this new way of working will help the trees in using less paper, as well as giving them clean air to breathe!

Bigger Beasts

Will the world's oxygen levels increase as our pollution levels dramatically decrease?

The last time the oxygen levels rose drastically, it enabled animals to grow to massive sizes (think of the great dinosaurs) and develop large brains (us).

How will this sudden drop in CO2 affect our current worldly beasts?




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