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    THE FEUDAL SYSTEM: SAME AS IT EVER WAS, SAME AS IT EVER WAS.



    We have lost the tools of learning–the axe and the wedge, the hammer and the saw, the chisel and the plane– that were so adaptable to all tasks. Instead of them, we have merely a set of complicated jigs, each of which will do but one task and no more, and in using which eye and hand receive no training, so that no man ever sees the work as a whole or "looks to the end of the work."

    The Lost Tools of Learning, Dorothy L Sayers (1947)



This is a tale of weaving, a tapestry of experience and knowledge; an unravelling and a synthesis; a spinning loom and a tumbling water fall of threatened purety; it is a worsted linen of action and effetism, a tale that ranges along a well-worn path that threads from Nottingham through the hills and valleys of Derbyshire and into the West Riding.It is an exotic silk of fact and metaphor, spun of gossamer threads as fragile as the webs of their weavers.

YESTERDAY afternoon Mel and i went to a meeting of a group concerned with Fracking
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