Welcome to European Tribune. It's gone a bit quiet around here these days, but it's still going.
thanks for relinking to deanander's april diary, and the great comments appended to it, migeru.

may we all strive for such a coherent overview as she consistently brings to our table.

as for the claim of current greenhouse effects continuing unabated, they are probably right, yet i believe there is much more that we don't know, than that we do, so the old uncertainty principle kicks in and, rightly or wrongly, time alone will tell, i manage to get a few more hours of good sleep!

denial is cheap, yup, but doom can warp our minds too.

although after a flagellation session of global worry, if kept up long enough can lead to a desperate wish to have as much fun as poss before we all go down in a mess of charred feathers...

which is why i spend more time here and less time making art than i used to.

as sven said here recently, becoming more intelligent is not a guarantee of happiness,

but when there is an opportunity to question and learn in such an amusingly snarklaced atmosphere, my little intellect is constantly stroked and tickled into growth, and that's a Good Thing, as it feels very understimulated still, though thanks to dial up and the internet a lot of progress has been made.

and most of all by finding such a bright group of people as those gathered here at et.

smart ain't the word, informed and caring too.

special thanks to you migeru for all you do to keep the top whizzing, i know i've made some thoughtless comments here that have justly ticked you off, and i apologise.

you are one of the funniest posters here, and i can't imagine this place without you.

it may well be true that the gods wish to destroy me, but i want to be just mad enough to laugh while they're doing it!

'The history of public debt is full of irony. It rarely follows our ideas of order and justice.' Thomas Piketty

by melo (melometa4(at)gmail.com) on Sun Oct 15th, 2006 at 01:37:26 AM EST
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