They run the gaff now, they’re not giving up their territory when lockdown is over. I’ve seen them running along the beach which I’ve never seen before. I’m used to their post 10pm ambles but now it’s anytime after about 4 - cheeky fuckers.City foxes. Rotating early/afternoon/late shifts, some hours I’ve caught sight of a couple, a lolloping bounce, a quick scan and off
A mate has an allotment and visiting the spring shift of chores, the variety and volume of insects seems to have improved slightly this season. That’s food for birds, bees should follow soon. Mutual aid. Good for the head
"we are minimising friction and wait time.i don't know but i can't believe it works. anyway it made me think how everything is about reducing time lately, the same way these new supermarket delivery services popped up, offering to deliver products within ten minutes. these ems-training stores have big advertisements on the window saying "fitness for people who don't have time" and i do believe that people spend too much time working their 9 to 5 jobs but what's the point of saving yourself a few minutes on fitness, and a few minutes on grocery shopping, when the time you win with that are spent on social media?
where's that from? it's very true."we are minimising friction and wait time.
the shrinking of the time-lag between fulfilment and desire and CORRESPONDINGLY
the frustration and confusion when the most important desires are not undergoing the same process. sex and love and friendship and understanding etc etc etc are as hard as ever to come by."