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  • Re: Integral Road Safety?

    By the way; I've raised the same topic on the Cyclist Touring Club forum, here:;t=26690&amp;p=210752#p210752 One contributor suggests: Green Motorist, Well intentioned but doesn't appreciate the differences in risks for drivers and cyclists so maybe doesn't exercise enough consideration towards ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by anothereye on July 5, 2009
  • Integral Road Safety?

    Since the death of a close friend whilst cycling last year I have been involved in campaigning for road safety here in the UK. Cycling has been my primary method of transport, mainly in London, for the last 35 years: all my adult life. In that time I have seen a welcome increase in the number of cyclists and a corresponding increase in awareness ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by anothereye on July 5, 2009
  • pre/trans fallacy 'discussion' in the Guardian

    Ed Halliwell:
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by anothereye on March 22, 2009
  • Re: healthy and unhealthy colors

    thanks Lizzie, I look forward to the reference.
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by anothereye on May 30, 2008
  • Re: third way politics

    Hey Corey, a quick point now (&amp; more later on the discussion when I have more time): You describe 7 different levels (Red through to Turquoise); I think this is very useful especially for those readers who are not familiar with the work. In these descriptions the unhealthy form is only referred to in the context of green, surely each level has ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by anothereye on May 27, 2008
  • Re: The Teal-Obama thread--please stop changing thread titles; it's confusing

    thanks for that Ralph; here's the link:;_r=1&amp;hp and a quote: ''Mr. Obamas original plan was to write a book about race relations. But, sitting down to write, he found his mind pulled toward rockier shores. So the book became more personal the record of an ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by anothereye on May 18, 2008
  • Re: The Teal-Obama thread--please stop changing thread titles; it's confusing

    mm, I cannot speak objectively for the UK or Europe; Bush is so unpopular over here that McCain is tarred with the same brush (though personally I think he has a load more integrity). Amongst my circles; Clinton is more popular among most, not all, women. Having said that, it's not as if everyones talking about the race that much.
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by anothereye on April 29, 2008
  • Re: The Teal-Obama thread--please stop changing thread titles; it's confusing

    schalk asked: And I think that what frightens a lot of people about Obama is that we could very well get a disjointed team of neophytes each with their own agendas. Your comment reminded me of this: extract: When considering any presidential hopeful's foreign-policy promises, it's ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by anothereye on April 28, 2008
  • Re: How Only the President Will Solve Our Problems

    Hi schalk, I just read this and thought of your recent post: by Michael Lerner The Phenomenon is not Barack Obama. Senator Obama is a masterful organizer and teacher. But this editorial is not about Obama as much as about what he elicits in others, and should not be read as an endorsement of ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by anothereye on April 19, 2008
  • Re: ken with james turner part 3

    Ken is right; it's not real self-esteem: An even more narcissistic generation. ''Transcend and include'' is such a great mantra. In this case narcissism needs to be included. There is such a thing as healthy narcissism; as far as I remember (from reading Alice Miller) it is a stage of development that occurs at around the age of ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by anothereye on April 16, 2008
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