I'll buy you a meal but I won't just give money you said you're hungry
n.b. Talk me through that again. Hungry means ‘food’ right?
A young man, in a desperate condition, scarred, nervous, tired and dirty asked for a dollar for food. I said I’d get him some food, (we were stood outside a hamburger joint). I checked what he fancied, but when I came out there was no sign of him.
A middle-aged woman leaning on a walking cane, asked me for help getting some food. I explained the situation and she was grateful for the meal and drink I had carried out for the boy, who called himself William.
same old song re-sung gigging round the USA nostalgia for some
n.b. Supper club swan song, the songs sung over supper. Some punters went along yesterday too. Calling up the past, second childhood, or trying to bury the present? One bloke with a mullet got up to dance to one familiar tune, but sat down when he realised there were people behind him, (he wasn’t tall enough to be in the way, but I enjoyed his passing punk attitude, while it lasted).
threat and counter-threat belligerent language. Peace? All we are saying...
n.b. …is give peace a chance, or at least let the concept get a word in edgeways. Today is Independence Day in Ukraine. It would be good to hear how the people of Ukraine might be able to celebrate freedom from this war, now six months old.