Showing posts with the label psychology

Crumbs and knick-knacks, crumbs and knick-knacks, awrr 🦖 rawr 🐩 rawr. (On radiation poisoning).

  With major international brinksmanship and warmongering in mind, given recent events pertaining to Russia invading the Ukraine, I’m of a sort that sometimes questions just how much of viable and actionable intelligence that matters: for our own safety, health, and wellbeing - reaches us, as the general civilian population? How much of conjectural and colloquial understandings serve to prepare us, for what would conceivably affect us all, being that these are nuclear global superpowers vying for world stage dominance, sustainability, and superiority? Some questions are better left unexamined, I’d offer, being that these are complex and muddled issues, with many of us, in general, not much of an expert in these foreign relations (or is it just me? I did sleep through my history class, in high school; sorry, teacher [I do remember your name, ha - I’m just being discreet]).  Case in point, to bring folks up to speed, in a quick and efficient manner: think upon the notion of large consume

A South Los Angeles Specialty Local Ecology Makes for the Self-Directed Dog-Walk to Exist.

 Self-walking dogs are a rarity, by all means, given all of my travels and whereabouts, throughout my years (I’m 39 years old now). Most people’s dogs will take the first opportunity to run loose, all cares in life cast to the wind, as soon as they lose direct oversight and management by the dog owner / walker. I had a tragic occurrence happen to me, for once walking two dogs, one of a different legacy and length of experience in off-leash training, and we lost the dog. She was a small dog, and somebody else owned the pup. It was an awful thing. These days, I see the (perhaps) few-generations gone forth: offspring of my first: (as-an) adult-purchased puppy, dog - that went on to breed; in this case, with a pug. A curious and charming canine mixed breed; mine, being a Norwich Terrier: like many other terriers, yet this type distinguished by its flaxen golden mane, and an unmistakeable human-like quality about its fur (when well cared-for). That’s a whole yarn to spin, in and of it’s own