What We Have Seen

Let’s not distance the social!

In light of recent events important to note that there are other ‘White Houses’ around.  This one, in Oxford, is being taken over by the Tap Social Movement which grew out of a passion for good beer and social justice.

And there is a Four Seasons Landscaping in Oxford as well! Looks nicer than the one in Philadelphia.

Weds pm, empty college sports ground. #lockdown2

Distanced queuing to enter the booze shop – Friday morning in Sweden


‘The danger has not passed. Keep your distance’ message on a bin from which a man collects returnable used drinks tins.

Walk through COVID test site @ Univ Essex

Cartoon circulating among US progressives and Democrats. Interesting Public Health content!

Right-wing propaganda and misinformation now available on watch faces (also the watch face with AOC indicates that the wearer had a heart rate of 0 BPM – so either dead or a zombie)

So many of these came out at the end of last week – also did he need such a big box for a hole punch, a dirty T-shirt and a notebook with ideas for new dire and boring 20k blog posts

What we are watching

Small Axe is based on the real-life experiences of London’s West Indian community and is set between 1969 and 1982.