Daily Review 22/06/2018

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4 comments on “Daily Review 22/06/2018”

  1. Kat 1

    If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine
    And my tunes were played on the harp unstrung
    Would you hear my voice come through the music
    Would you hold it near as it were your own?
    It’s a hand-me-down, the thoughts are broken
    Perhaps they’re better left unsung
    I don’t know, don’t really care
    Let there be songs to fill the air
    Ripple in still water
    When there is no pebble tossed
    Nor wind to blow
    Reach out your hand if your cup be empty
    If your cup is full may it be again
    Let it be known there is a fountain
    That was not made by the hands of men
    There is a road, no simple highway
    Between the dawn and the dark of night
    And if you go no one may follow
    That path is for your steps alone
    Ripple in still water
    When there is no pebble tossed
    Nor wind to blow
    You who choose to lead must follow
    But if you fall you fall alone
    If you should stand then who’s to guide you?
    If I knew the way I would take you home

    Hunter/Garcia

  2. Brigid 3

    Seymour Hersh interviewed by Kim Hill tomorrow morn on RNZ peeps
    Twill be good listening

  3. marty mars 4

    “Seabirds are starving to death on the remote Lord Howe Island, a crew filming for the BBC One documentary Drowning in Plastic has revealed.

    Their stomachs were so full of plastic there was no room for food.”

    https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-44579422

    Not much I can say about this atrocity…

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