The chief objection I always hear about disaster prevention, especially large stuff that’s generally the government’s responsibility, is that it “does nothing”.
The Australian Government, in its infinite alleged wisdom are setting up a committee to look into Autism and enquire about it, why it’s there, what needs must be done, and all that other balderdash.
Recently, the BBC added another incarnation into Doctor Who’s expansion pack past. Shouldn’t be a worry, they did it with John Hurt’s “War Doctor” and nobody was tremendously upset.
A little less than a week ago, my Beloved and I had a chance to enjoy the Doctor Who episode, Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror. All well and fine.
If you’ve been following my daily diary entries on my hub site, or paying attention to my Tumblr feed, you may already know that I’m more than a little miffed with the Department of Status Quo of late.
There have to be thousands of tools to help writers out there. I automatically avoid all the ones that are pay-to-play because I’m firkin broke.
I have not been looking after myself that great. I know this. I recognise this. I would much rather be writing something because that’s the fun bit.