Author: The Admin User

The Rover

Mark Wadsworth expresses the same principle in terms of Car Ownership: Just as a thought experiment, let’s imagine that instead of having a political economy based on Home-Owner-Ism, we had one based on Car-Owner-Ism. Under current rules, in a non…

That’s the wonder of Water

Angus Dei has the solution: Forget the sixty metre “Wind Farm” appendages, for which you need a pilot’s license to build, and only work if there is a breeze, forget importing gas to produce electricity forget all this “new fangled”…

William Billings

In a day when beauty and celebrity mixed with a jot of education are confused with substance there is the curious person of Boston born William Billings (1746-1800). Billings was uneducated and blue collar; his profession was that of  tanner.…

Custard Pie

This the second on LVT and related issues by Mark Wadsworth, the first being Houses of the Holy. My own interim comment on land, to which Mark responded, among others, was called Land. OK, let’s go back to the drawing…

Which rig is best?

Skipperjeru opens his account with musings on the rig he prefers. Readers should note that he is a professional sailor and his advice is well worth heeding, should you plan to go to sea.  Thanks for this: Among N.O.’s several…

Battle of Brandywine

This is the opening salvo of Bill of Churchtown and welcome he is.  What better way for a redblooded American to start than with a gracious account of the Battle of Brandwine. How a ford changed the course of a…

Houses Of The Holy

This is the post I’ve been waiting for, from Mark Wadsworth and might I suggest you read it in conjunction with his other pieces on LVT, as well as the comments on his own site.  Thanks for that, Mark: Today,…