Great reggae style closer from their classic debut album “Outlandos d’amour”, released in 1978.
[..] only one failed the “simple pleasure” test. Most just rode and enjoyed themselves with their colleagues in the day clothes that they wore at the meeting, just as one should when cycle commuting. Just one felt the need to dress up like a complete dork in the high viz vest and helmet that he […]
The last time I read of a similar experiment, it indicated that cars/taxis were the worst for this. Here, being in a car is best. Although, the experimenter only tried one trip in each mode for 30 minutes duration. It was along the same road though. A proper study might be worth doing. The findings […]
Here’s some very interesting research into crime levels from Enda Hargaden, University of Michigan : He found crime levels rose and fell in tandem with employment in any given area. The relationship was particularly strong for theft and burglary but less so for violent crime. The number of sex offences in a particular location was […]
Netflix have picked this up exclusively, so I hear. http://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/people/film-siege-of-jadotville-to-reveal-heroism-of-irish-troops-1.1891868 It’s a fascinating story, I’d consider getting Netflix for this.
This old country home has remained largely unchanged since the 1940’s. It reminds me of my childhood – sitting by the fire in my old house and in grandparents and the homes of older farmers in the area. Lovely memories. We had those tiles in our kitchen, kept them well polished which made for a […]
Interesting: How does this affect peoples’ likelihood to go to the ballot box? We were totally unprepared for the results, which may point the way to new strategies to encourage people to vote: particularly people for whom social and environmental issues are important: Voting is as strongly related to peoples’ perception of what other Brits […]
Digital Spy shows that any ‘ratings’ issues are pretty much rubbish, but ponders what might need to happen to get the ‘headlines’ back. I’m not sure why it needs to be getting big media coverage every week, but I’m sure I don’t like this idea! If it wants to makes headlines again – not just […]
A darkened and mysterious north polar region informally known as Mordor Macula caps this premier high-resolution portrait of Charon, Pluto’s largest moon. Captured by New Horizons near its closest approach on July 14, the image data was transmitted to Earth on September 21. Always wondered what Pluto and Charon looked like, incredible to actually see […]