It can be argued that we currently live in a wasteful culture. Demonised for buying more than using and replacing more than fixing this is contrast to the pervious generations. Commended for more readily fixing objects than replacing them, completing household repairs themselves, naturally recycling items and mindful of how their actions can impact the … Continue reading The Rate of Change
A 2008 BMW F800GS was the second motorcycle I owned after a 2000 Suzuki bandit 600. Its size and stance suited that of my longer inseam. Easily able to see over cars I had a commanding view of the road. Nothing I have read yet comments about how the handlebars and mirrors are above the … Continue reading BMW F800GS; An Ownership Experience
I was fortunate enough to be travelling south bound on the M25 as the northbound carriageway was snarled with stationary traffic and gloomy faces. One day I know I will be in that traffic and therefore I never laugh or mock those on the static carriageway. Car after car in an endless expanse of brake … Continue reading Dead Weight in Space
Henry Rollins has been repeated as explaining the importance of weight lifting on ego that reinforces identity. When you are lying on your back with a weight above your chest it is very hard to fake your strength. You can either lift it or you cant. You can talk all you want and believe that … Continue reading What Is Your Second Hand Price?