A Slow September


New York, 30 September, 2011. I have been a bit tardy in the last couple of months with the speed and number of posts. But maintaining a blog as a side muse while going through personal and professional pressures is often not easy.

Oh well, at least on this last day of September, before the month comes to a close, here’s a tiny message of both physical, ecological and financial wisdom that states it so clearly. The following picture was taken on a New York City sidewalk. It is the work of an artist spray painting this very effective and straightforward message.

A New York artist has spray painted this on walls and sidewalks. So true!


For those who need another Whiff of ‘If’– click here


And remember, whatever you do – do NOT, I repeat – DO NOT WEAR/BUY/ENDORSE FUR. There is NO excuse for the torture and skinning alive those mammals go through for a show of fake vanity by hideous hearts who wear fur. A blast from the past – i.e. a post from last September, lest we forget, that the fashion world still hasn’t changed in its cruelty and callousness, and is still promoting fur even this season, click: Saltationism of Silliness 


2 thoughts on “A Slow September

  1. There is no fat on me although I have been driving many cars since 1972! Amount of kilometers is about 1 200 000 or in miles 745 645. So this not true; I do not agree it. If You do not believe me, then check my About me page.

    Happy blogging!

    • Thanks for your comment Sartenda – all the way from Finland I see. Of course, all who drive cars and exercise as well and/or maintain a healthy diet don’t get fat. This spray paint art in New York is made in humour – and since obesity is a huge problem in America, along with suburban sprawl and excessive car use, it is intended for those Americans who eat junk food and don’t exercise.


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