Executive pay soars while the young poor face freefall. Where is Labour?

Stealing cheese, ffs.

Executive pay soars while the young poor face freefall. Where is Labour? – http://feeds.guardian.co.uk/~r/theguardian/commentisfree/rss/~3/eisBe612bjs/executive-pay-young-poor-labour-anger

I love the comment that cheese is stolen because it is easily sold. ‘Ere mate, wanna score some E-mental?  Double Glos, very strong, Sorted for Chizz and Brie, innit?

 

 

Spanish protesters’ vision of change focuses on what people can do together | Oscar Reyes and Hilary Wainwright

Spanish protesters’ vision of change focuses on what people can do together | Oscar Reyes and Hilary Wainwright – http://feeds.guardian.co.uk/~r/theguardian/commentisfree/rss/~3/Z-r8RTS7gXU/spanish-protests-occupy-people-together

Redirect: A New Way to Think About Psychological Change

http://tpt.to/allR8b
Re minds me of Bill O’Hanlon’s book title (haven’t  read it mice elf, yet) ‘It’s never too late to have a happy childhood’. There are various narrative therapies around, apparently

 

 

Dime-Store Alchemy: Joseph Cornell’s Surrealist Boxes

http://tpt.to/a24mplf

Joseph Cornell is often considered the first and greatest American surrealist, said to have influenced creators as diverse as iconic French dadaist Marcel Duchamp and beloved speculative-fiction novelist William Gibson. An artist and filmmaker, he is perhaps best-known for the intricate, mysterious boxes he created druing the 1930s through 1960s — bizarre and beautiful assemblages of dime-store tchotchkes and remnants of once-beautiful objects, placed in meticulously hand-crafted small cabinets.”

Untitled (Soap Bubble Set), 1936

Untitled (Soap Bubble Set), 1936
Untitled (The Hotel Eden), 1945

Untitled (The Hotel Eden), 1945