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21/11/2012 12:53
Alec John Moore
Interesting observation, civilservant. In developing countries today the situation for poor people in terms of disposable income spent on food is similar to our situation at the start of the 20th cent
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21/11/2012 12:29
Alec John Moore
I usually get the Picadilly line to Picadilly Circus and then the Bakerloo to Elephant. Then you have the choice of the 12 or the 63 bus if you live at the Barry Road side of East Dulwich. Alternative
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
20/11/2012 12:08
Alec John Moore
Speaking of food. Just noticed Meat N Meat in the shopping centre at E&C. It sells meat, apparently.
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20/11/2012 11:21
Alec John Moore
It would be odd if The Guardian didn't refer to Austerity Britain in its lead article. I haven't read or viewed all of the material on their website but it seems they are trying to explore the comlexi
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20/11/2012 08:13
Alec John Moore
Yes, a lot of our attitudes to food are complex and inexplicable in the eyes of some, as this thread has shown.
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19/11/2012 22:55
Alec John Moore
Well, it seems that people under pressure of rising food prices, less money and time outside of work will respond by buying cheap processed food, whether we like it or not. I took part in the Live bel
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19/11/2012 20:36
Alec John Moore
Interesting reading the comments in response to The Guardian article. This puts it well for me: "Lots of people queuing up to tell us how they make lovely pot roasts that last for days. Good for yo
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19/11/2012 12:48
Alec John Moore
I like Michelle Hanson's writing but then I like what Lynne Truss says in Eats, shoots and leaves. For a more balanced diet in terms of content have a look at The Guradian's lead article today: Bri
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18/11/2012 10:09
Alec John Moore
Annoyed that I missed it. I was half expecting a text/email reminder I suppose. Did they mention the work they are doing on the constitution for the forum? I seem to remember they cited that as the re
Forum: The Family Room discussion
18/11/2012 10:03
Alec John Moore
I remember Wicker and Gear on the Walworth Road from many years ago. I seem to remember a take away in Nottingham that sold donor kebabs and then there was the hairdresser named Atmosp'Hair or similar
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12/11/2012 20:48
Alec John Moore
Your signature was quite apposite in that last post, DJKQ.
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11/11/2012 20:27
Alec John Moore
Some cycling campaigners think the focus should shift away from demanding safety for cyclists specifically, to call for safer cities and towns for all. Clearly that represents a broader approach but i
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09/11/2012 11:40
Alec John Moore
Charities, like Wateraid, will employ door-to-door fundraisers who are bona fide and will have their well rehearsed spiel and identification. They will be adults paid about 7.00 an hour for this than
Forum: The Family Room discussion
05/11/2012 11:41
Alec John Moore
Picked this up this morning on twitter and thought it might be of interest to the followers of this thread but then again: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/nov/02/totnes-costa-coffee
Forum: General ED issues / gossip
17/10/2012 19:00
Alec John Moore
Hadn't noticed that amongst the references to oil, money and power but I only watched the trailer. Maybe some consideration of the geopolitical nature of food insecurity will emerge from the discussio
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17/10/2012 14:40
Alec John Moore
I had a look at the Best before trailer and I don't see the simplistic single issue stuff that H refers to. Maybe he's looking at something else. I don't get the poverty tourism comment either but I d
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11/10/2012 10:53
Alec John Moore
I remember Mairi's Wedding and Cielito Lindo from primary school - world music in a 1960's Scottish classrom no less.
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11/10/2012 10:09
Alec John Moore
@Ukjoncollins you could try http://www.localgreens.org.uk/ for your veg. Alec
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10/10/2012 11:27
Alec John Moore
Hi How about a community orchard or urban permaculture? Lots of support for the former and the latter could provide access to more people than if the land was sub divided into allotments. Would lov
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09/10/2012 10:05
Alec John Moore
We have convinced ourselves that it's more convenient to do a weekend shop at Sainsbo's and top up locally during the week. However, I am trying to change that a bit by buying some stuff on the way ho
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19/09/2012 11:52
Alec John Moore
Luxury, I used to dream of riding on a bus, sitting at the front and pretending to be the driver. I was 8 at the time and living on Colonsay.
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17/09/2012 12:37
Alec John Moore
It's in Southwark's travel plan to lobby tfl to get the Boris Bikes scheme extended to other parts of the borough. I raised it with James Barber on this forum and he didn't seem to hold out much hope.
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12/09/2012 13:09
Alec John Moore
This recent Guardian article by Suzanne Moore prompted 14 pages of comments online: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/aug/29/school-uniform-kids-soulless-conformists?commentpage=2#start-
Forum: The Family Room discussion
26/08/2012 11:15
Alec John Moore
Hi James Their school is in Camberwell - we kept them there when we moved to ED so as not to disrupt their education. Thinking about getting a push scooter so that I can keep up with them on theirs
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23/08/2012 10:56
Alec John Moore
Dear James I'm really feeling the benefit of commuting to work on my bike this summer. I'm able to cycle to work since I don't have to do the school drop off. When the kids go back to school in a c
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22/08/2012 11:39
Alec John Moore
I've been trying to note the fruit bearing trees that have been planted along the northern part of the Surrey Canal Path in Peckham. From memory there are plenty of rowan but also damson and crab appl
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20/08/2012 10:31
Alec John Moore
Hi Our rhubarb is doing well this year but I'm not finding the time to eat it. Anyone interested in a swap? Alec
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17/08/2012 12:26
Alec John Moore
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp is seen by some as the best British movie so far. Interesting that A Canterbury Tale and Went the Day Well? are also quoted above. I've watched the former a couple
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17/08/2012 11:43
Alec John Moore
Interesting stuff. I find facebook great for keeping in touch with people I met at college who are now living in the far flung reaches of the planet. My family is a bit like that too and it's great to
Forum: The Family Room discussion
17/08/2012 10:38
Alec John Moore
Thanks for the links, badger. I love the idea of foraging and guerilla gardening. I wouldn't be so down on the planners, mynamehere. I have spotted some deliberately planted fruit trees on the Surrey
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