Monthly Archives: May 2014

No GMOs

Today was an international day to March Against Monsanto. Monsanto ranks right up there with the cigarette companies for pushing their product and denying anything is wrong with it. Except they go one step further, saying what they sell us is … Continue reading

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“City of Pearl,” by Karen Traviss (2004)

     “Good morning,” said Shan Frankland, and held up her warrant card. “We’re from Environmental Hazard Enforcement. Please, step away from the console.” She loved those words. They cast a spell. They laid bare men’s souls, if you knew … Continue reading

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Dark Goddess Tarot, by Ellen Lorenzi-Prince

“Dark goddesses are disturbing, fearsome, and beautiful.  They can be shunned or overlooked, as they represent aspects of life that people find uncomfortable — sometimes only when those powers are in female hands.  Powers of age and death, sex and … Continue reading

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Thinking about GMOs

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) are organisms or microorganisms whose genetic material has been altered by means of genetic engineering (Dictionary.com). That means it has been altered by the removal of, addition to, or replacement of its genetic material, with genetic … Continue reading

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Stuff (again)

Six-plus years ago I wrote about “Stuff” and how I have way too much of it.  I thought about having a Yard Sale to get rid of some of it, or maybe selling some of it on Ebay.   I did the Ebay … Continue reading

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Happy Beltane!

Beltane is a Celtic holiday still celebrated in many parts of the world.  Here is what is happening in Edinburgh and at Glastonbury.  I’ve danced round a May Pole at Society for Creative Anachonism (SCA) events, and sat around fires with … Continue reading

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