Monthly Archives: September 2021

Let’s go together

Shall I go off and away to bright Andromeda? Shall I sail my wooden ships to the sea? Or stay in a cage of those in Amerika?? Or shall I be on the knee? Wave goodbye to Amerika Say hello … Continue reading

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Green Transformation

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Strelitzer Straße 55

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Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz

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Altenburger Allee 19

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9/11

We flew out of SFO on 9/15/2001, the first day it was reopened. It was a Saturday. Wolfie bounced around London in his backpack. There were candlelight vigils, statements of solidarity in London and Hamburg. After some discussion the white-haired … Continue reading

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Everyday People

“America and the world commemorate you and your loved ones. The pieces of your soul.” The pieces of my soul point Joe Biden to the Cambridge Dictionary: Is Biden perhaps no longer accustomed to addressing the living? The guy looks … Continue reading

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Sitness® X

Guardian: So far, so good: woman who doesn’t believe there’s evidence for effectiveness of vaccination gets a court order to force use of animal worm medication on hospitalized husband. Cool. It can’t get any better. And yet, and yet, there’s … Continue reading

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Staggering US wealth inequality heaps long-term harm on to minority children

Guardian: The US stands out as an outlier compared with other industrialized nations in terms of both the approach to childhood taken by policymakers and governments, and the extent of inequality that flows from that. The new research looked at … Continue reading

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