I think I already have designs for a trippyotamus (previously named Nice and Friendly Acid Monster), and will spend some time this weekend prepping them and sending em over.
In other news, Barrie Jay would like to talk to you about re-releasing one of your tracks to vynil as part of an old skool EP compilation type thing. He'll explain it all much better than I. Any chance you could give him a call (I'll txt you his number) or drop him a line (firstname.lastname@example.org) at your earliest convenience.
In fact I may call you this weekend if that's cool, though I don't expect you to answer your phone lol.
Also, there are many council and DWP outreach workers who regularly visit the homes of the elderly and disabled across the UK regarding benefits issues and they all have laptops provided by the employer [I need to add this to the PA site].
Hi Chris, regarding people not being educated about policies, this is mentioned in the 'Eliminating political corruption' section on the 'about PA' page. Issues of Inet access: Sub-systems will be duplicated and hosted on-line by every local government and council office across the country so as to address local policies that only affect the people who live within a certain area.
There are now more homes on-line in the UK than there are people eligible to vote and, every Council library across the UK offers free Internet access to anyone. The website will also be accessible by phone, TV and all other Internet-ready devices.
Using the Internet to vote is also less discriminatory because it enables those who are elderly and/or disabled [by any means] to partake with less inconvenience or disruption.
Yes Chris, like the book so far-great stuff.And I think the time's right for a re-release/remix.This time round got the contacts to make it happen properly! Noticed that your in Birminam?! I'm 20 min away up the m42,Atherstone/Nuneaton! Any help you need call me 07794155898 or email@example.com. best wishes Klak....
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It evolved into a small community and forum to post thoughts and canvass feedback, with me entertaining the notion of perhaps collaborating on and publishing some of the content to a wider audience. After gathering some initial traction (there are some novel concepts in the archive) other ventures took precedence.
'WoTI' now serves as a occasional pleasure, scrapbook of ideas and guest posts from those who dare. But never say never!