I updated my cat and farting unicorn rainbow banner, to honour the Extinction Rebellion.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused during these essential disruptions.
Today, I made a burning Extinction Symbol for the Extinction Rebellion.
"The sinister fact about literary censorship in England is that it is largely voluntary".
This year's National Funeral for the Unknown Cyclist hopes to be the largest ever Die-In in UK history, to ensure the Chancer of Death, Phillip Hammond, the incumbent PM, Jeremy Corbyn and his incumbent Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell hear two clear demands for the Autumn budget.
When I started primary school, we were being taught that the apocalyptic climate collapse we're witnessing now might happen in a few hundred years.
Spoiler alert: it's still pretty much all getting worse.
People tend to feel more powerful in a tribe and the longer they affiliate with that tribe, the harder the die casts. Nobody wants to give up their power, so if you associate your power with a tribe you will most likely defend your tribe against all logic.
Rest in Power David Buckel, who tragically burnt himself to death this week to draw attention to the escalating climate crisis. Sadly, he was not the climate disaster's first martyr.