It's the middle of the night here in Gutenberg land. The dark, spooky, witching hour, when wishes are made true. I wish I may, I wish I might, I wish the idiot route planners at the Frankfurt Airport, the ones who are trying to make a "branding" ie hide behind a name, by calling themselves … Continue reading And Gutenberg Lived Here: In The Middle Of The Night
And Gutenberg Lived Here: Ecology And The Married Girl: Don’t Boar Me.
I read the news today, Oh Boy. Wild boar, once a major threat to life and limb in England- and therefore hunted, and endangered by ecological factors, were once close to extinction. And placed on the endangered list. Then reintroduced, both legally and illegally. Followed by a break-out at a farm, which imported boar from … Continue reading And Gutenberg Lived Here: Ecology And The Married Girl: Don’t Boar Me.
And Gutenberg Lived Here: Talk To Me When Punxsutawney Phil Becomes A Saint.
Yesterday was, of course, Groundhog Day. And Gutenbergers being what they are- a historically based and bonded nation, holidays here are set by the Catholic church. And history. Even carnival, the crazy, loopy, "let's beat winter to death" holiday, where you're supposed to dress up like witches, and beat the winter to death with twig … Continue reading And Gutenberg Lived Here: Talk To Me When Punxsutawney Phil Becomes A Saint.
And Gutenberg Lived Here: All Hail Water Soluble Packaging
Germans, in their search for the perfect, ecological package, and please don't get me wrong- there's nothing wrong in what they are doing, but still- recently they have gone just a tiny bit too far- at least for my taste, and invented something that is slowly driving me up the wall: Water soluble packaging for … Continue reading And Gutenberg Lived Here: All Hail Water Soluble Packaging