Now that the hog thing is over let me tell you about the time we met some in the Lanzer tiergarten in Vienna.
I was taking some photos of a group of hogs something like a hundred meters away and we just remarked that this is probably the closest we’ll see them when a fully mature hog barreled down the side of the hill and crossed the path barely 5 meters in front of us.
We acquired a healthy appreciation for hogs that day.There was a story that hogs chased the british amb to Austria too.
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"BlackRock lost $90bn investing in fossil fuel companies, report finds"
Immobilienpreise in den weißen Flächen explodieren jetzt dann
Die Zahl der #Hitzetage wird in den kommenden Jahren massiv zunehmen (via @Umwelt_AT@twitter.com). Unsere Orte und Städte brauchen entlang der Straßen mehr schattenspendende Bäume sowie mehr Grünoasen statt Asphaltwüsten. #Hitze #Klimakrise
GitHub, sanctions, crimea
I posted a fairly long comment on this, it's pissing me off that the tech industry is so unbelievably myopic.
I finally remembered what it reminds me the way he is seeking to turn the levers of power (in terms of departments, the federal reserve etc): it’s like when in communist countries some extremely rural people were moved into block houses (panels) and they promptly tore up the wooden floorboards and set fire to them.
So yeah, I think Mueller failed and sabotaged his own work, for which he should shoulder some blame.
However, it's also the case that expectations were too high, we never should have expected one person to help solve a crisis like this, where Russia attacked all 50 states' electoral process (https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/25/us/politics/russian-hack-of-elections-system-was-far-reaching-report-finds.html) and Trump colluded with them.
Noone is without blame, but blame isn't distributed equally.