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Winter cannibalism, a theory of economics, healthcare, and D:Ream
Healthcare staff working in the late 90’s and early 00’s will be familiar with the airplane analogy. Sometimes a double-decker bus was used. This supposedly equated either (depending on who was talking and their level of cynicism) to the numbers of patients harmed or killed in US and UK hospitals every day. The UK planesContinue reading “Winter cannibalism, a theory of economics, healthcare, and D:Ream”
Free-association, mind-wandering, existential worries, and Yoda’s gender
Is the recession upon us? What I think about my tortoise, what do they think about me?
Desperately seeking Sheffield’s spirit
Poor old Sheffield.
Lots of students but a shrinking soul.
There is that scene in Mary Poppins where there is a run on the father’s bank;