[The same feeling I had the first time I heard Bob Dylan's "If Dogs Run Free," with its undercurrent of a jazz strumming on a bass guitar--who knew Dylan sang jazz? Is there a way for this here internet-thingy to play you the song? Yes, here it is:
And now go give 99 cents to the artist, even if he is a millionaire: http://www.bobdylan.com/us/songs/if-dogs-run-free#]
Where have you been all my life, I asked Environment Maine, as now all of a sudden I feel like I have a community, people on my side. Of course I could have had this last year, if I'd bothered to look up this event, when they tried to get an initiative on the ballot for 20 percent sustainability in Maine, I could have found out about them a year ago, and I could have seen this map:
With a better explanation here: Extreme Weather's Local Impact.
I've been wanting to do another big climate change post, but let's just say I turned off the debate in about ten minutes when a candidate said he was a "big fan of coal--clean coal."
I've been compiling a list of things to post, proof of the climate change. Maybe this is becoming an obsession. Maybe everyone should go give money to your local environmental charity.
Tonight broccoli stirfry for dinner. How come when I feel guilt about the garden's abandonment I feel prideful about bragging about garden meals? Here's what was leftover: