I have been able to spot this today, I thought it was funny to consider odd painting your house, cutting the grass or trimming the hedge.

I try then to find out what other sources think about Odd Job.


1.Chicken sexer

Beats being a garden maintainer, I mean I rather ten times more to cut the fence then to force on chickens to do anything at all, out of whatever they feel like doing.

2.Penetration Tester

Weird stuff name, I mean you are being hired to rob banks, they pay for it and afterward they say that is legally wrong, hell yeah but exists.

3. No presentation needed

4.The best for the rest

Quote from Article( Click here)

5.Armpit sniffer

6.The best job to me among these

If I can choose, I rather be a witch or an ufologist, don´t mind me though and take your own pick, they say work is noble so Heigh Ho.


39 Saltos en el Charco


Me ha llegado hoy la noticia de que nuestra querida colaboradora, Luisa Vazquez ha vuelto a publicar un relato.

Todos sabemos lo bien que escribe pero no todos saben que Luisa es una artista al servicio de la infancia, aparte de revindicar fieramente la decencia y la dignidad de la vida humana, en general.

En esta ocasión, ha trabajado con la fundación Pere Tarrés( click to website), en un proyecto precioso, precisamente la primera antología solidaria a favor de la educación de los niños desfavorecidos.

Photography © Fundación Pere Tarrés

39 saltos en el Charco( click here)

Un libro, 20 ilustradores y 33 escritores en esfuerzos unidos, para atesorar cultura, enseñanza y educación gratuita, extremadamente útil tanto en clase como en las actividades extraescolares.

A continuación, con una entrevista en el canal de Televisión de Gava, Barcelona y más detalles, Luisa Vazquez.


No olvidéis que se puede adquirir el libro en la tienda de Amazon ( click here) y en la página oficial de la fundación, pero sobre todo no olvidéis que podéis disfrutar del trabajo conjunto de 53 artistas, cuya recompensa no es otra que una sonrisa de niño feliz.

Hablando de niños, tenemos la gran oportunidad de poder leer, enteramente, el magnifico relato que Luisa les ha dedicado y que, por supuesto, podéis adquirir en papel impreso, aparte de digital.


PDay, Leaving song and Brexit


So, today is 02.02.2020, don´t tell me that is not just beautiful.

Front page photography from londoneconomic.com

Daily Mail,(click here) as observed lacks of consistency when counting, independently is a big deal day.

Whilst mentalfloss.com(click here) think different.

Talking about BIG DEALS, we´ve recently got our.

This is my own view of the thing

If there is a reset button there is a solution therefore, I don´t quite understand what happened, in spite of it I know that it was me three days ago and still me this magic day of February.

Brexit or not, the Divorce Bill is still an interesting concept to me, so I am to watch closely on Boris, how he manage to deal with the expenses for the whole country when I am unable to deal even with ex.

I also need Mr. Trump, President to understand on how to keep identifying myself from now on, independently on how I choose to cross the channel, if european with the right to wait on a decision of both Boris and Bruxelles and no contract on flights. No worries.

Let´s sing a songy and feel bongy.

I feel about Brexit what this sweet girl on its song about Lori.

So fuxx the mouse and let´s get done with this issue, as much as I understand that Bruxelles is crying after years of relationship, I like Tom Walker better.

No bother taken, I rather think about Palindrome Day and its significance to me.

02.02.2020 is a beautiful Sunday. We have the pleasure to enjoy a new stormy week and the beggining of Six Nations, which far away more important than separate millions of people with new stupid rules of same blind trade.


Aloe Vera from Piplantri


I spot this news today, talking about Piplantri, a village from India, planting trees and aloe vera plants. I was curious about their products.

Link to post ( click here)


There is a sort of a movement on advertizing about planting trees. I feel like we started a bit before the Amazon´s disaster, while now, still drying our tears after the Australia .

“Day of Fire” on August 10, 2019, Brasil(click here)

They say there is always hope and I trust this, because Ethiopia, by example, they have managed to anticipate the future and take measures, to be precise, they managed to plant 353 million trees on Monday( click here).

I cannot say what Monday we talk about, nevertheless the article is from 29 of July 2019.

Let us see some facts about Ethiopia, wiki source: “Despite these improvements, it remains one of the world’s poorest countries.[33] In addition to poverty, Ethiopia faces hunger, corruption, weak infrastructure, and poor access to health and education (with an illiteracy rate of 51%), ranking in the worst quartile on the Human Development Index. The Ethiopian government’s respect for human rights also remained poor.”

Now, let us see some facts about Brasil: Brazil is the largest national economy in Latin America, the world’s ninth largest economy and the eighth largest in purchasing power parity (PPP) according to 2018 estimates. Brazil has a mixed economy with abundant natural resources. After rapid growth in preceding decades, the country entered an ongoing recession in 2014 amid a political corruption scandal and nationwide protests.

Now, I am happy to say that Ethiopia did a great job here, with very litlle resource. ” Ethiopia planted (click here)more than 353 million trees in 12 hours on Monday, which officials believe is a world record.”

Anyhow, before Ethiopia, there was a precedent in the same India.

More than 800,000 people in the state of Uttar Pradesh attempted to plant 50 million trees on Monday in an effort to get into the Guinness World Records. The article above is from July 2016.

Ok, so my conclusion is that the Monday is the day to plant trees, nevermind where, when as long as is past 2006 and congratulations on this amazing task, of planting 50 millions plus another quarter of million.


” A leading member of the village started the initiative in honor of his own daughter, who died a few years ago.” 13 June 2013 (click here)

” Shyam Sunder Paliwal( click here)…Kiran, Paliwal’s 16-year-old daughter, died in 2006 – a tragedy he marked by planting the burflower tree. He went on to channel his grief into a mission.” 11 October 2018 ( click here)

” For the people of Piplantri in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan, the birth of a girl child meant bad news. Female foeticide and infanticide were not unheard of. This was mainly due to the hefty dowry system prevalent in the village. Enters social campaigner and ex-sarpanch of Piplantri village, Shyam Sunder Paliwal who envisioned a bright future for the girls. He believed that if the parents of newborn girls planted trees and nurtured them for 18 years, they could arrange enough money for the girl’s wedding when she comes of age.”

” And Piplantri has not stopped at trees. After his wife was told by a traditional doctor that she could cure her chronic back problems by drinking aloe vera juice, Paliwal went on a planting spree of the succulent. Originally for his wife’s use, Paliwal realised that aloe vera also kept termites away from nearby trees and went about planting with even more of a vengeance.” 28 Octobre 2016( click here)


” The need for a quantitative tool to measure differences between tree structures is already apparent. (cf. Dobson (1975), Farris (1973), Sokal and Rohlf (1962), Bobisud and Bobisud (1972)). This paper takes the axioms for a distance function on the collection of partial orders given by Bogart and changes them to a form with more general applications. Axioms(click here) giving a unique distance function on any collection of binary relations are stated and the applications to tree structures and hierarchical classifications are discussed.”

This sounds complicated but they say there is need of at least 1,5 m between two trees. I will ignore this detail, and divide 50 millions to 900 km of the distance and I get 55.555 trees over a kilometre, therefore 55 trees onto a square metre.

I am also confussed by the advertizing on the aloe vera products from Piplantri.

Nevermind where I look at , I will find the same (click here) an empty website.

The initiative(click here) has also helped buoy the town’s economy. To keep termites away from the trees, many of which bear fruit, the village has planted more than 2.5 million aloe vera plants around them. “Gradually, we realized that aloe vera could be processed and marketed in a variety of ways,” the paper quotes one village leader as saying. So the community now produces and markets aloe-based products like juice and gel, among other things.”

So, I have read more than 30 articles to understand that we burn forrests down in the South to plant Trees in the North or similar, that we are being given an example from a poor man from India on how to take care of the future and also, that there are no sales of the Aloe Vera products, Piplantri Brand.

Nevertheless , I have been able to find this in Piplantri :

The villagers tell us that the last sparrows from the mountains have left because of the marble dust from the mountains across, and the rhythmic explosions from the marble mining industries that rock the very foundations of this little village.

This in The Pantanal of Brasil :

The present work is a study and research about gold mining as a main destruction activity in the district of Poconé northem border of the Pantanal in the state of Mato-Grosso. The inadequate way of using mercury during the process of treatment to obtain gold is worring. The study of the fauna and flora of Poconé is a way of contributing to the proc…”

Copyright to Alamy Stock Photography

There is also some trouble on mines in Australia :

Australia is teetering on the edge of a massive hole – one left by huge mines that may soon close. As they do, the country is playing a desperate game of catch-up to make sure the mining companies pay for the cleanup. But a legacy of limited environmental requirements means that even if that succeeds, the end of the coal boom will leave Australia pockmarked with unfilled holes.”

Same copyright on Photography, by Alamy

And don´t forget Ethiopia:

I don´t understand any of this, I was just looking for the Aloe Vera Piplantri products and seem impossible , I´ll just give up and buy a plant to grow home to spare this continous troubles of reading.

I also apologize for the inconsistency of my research and leave this beautiful song behind, to blame on Mr. Trump for all of this , as usual , with all my social love.


Holocaust Remembrance

Shame on us

They say we don´t have to forget

I am a happy case, talking about books not facts, and its been more than thirty years since I discovered what happened during the Second World War.

The first book I purchased on this argument it was titled The 186 Steps, by Christian Bernadac and I never managed to sleep tight since then.

The aim of Mauthausen was to exterminate the people through exhaustion through forced labour. The SS called this Camp Knochenmuhle,or “bone shredded.” Between 122,766 and 320,000 people, mostly Soviet and Polish citizens, are estimated to have died on August 1, 1928 and ending in May 1945, with the complex liberated by the United States army. 

122,766-320,000 died here

The next book was about Auschwitz

Inside the Gas Chambers: Eight Months in the Sonderkimmando of Auschwitz, book by Shlomo Venezia

More than 1.1 million people died at Auschwitz, including nearly one million Jews. Those who were not sent directly to gas chambers were sentenced to forced labor.

I can add titles but the most important to me is The Nuremberg War Crimes Trial of 1945-46: A Brief History with Documents (The Bedford Series in History and Culture)

I have been so shocked to discover this new testimony as I still wonder how can anyone commit such terrible crimes an get away with it for more than half century.

Is like a never ending Nightmare .

Fascism is back in Europe ( click here) and is 2020.

From BBC official site.

I have no understanding of the new chapter of the modern Europe but I do know that is horrible to assist to it. Are we nuts? How can anyone feel like going back to this?

Shame on us. We are bloody hypocrites.


Guns and Lovers


“I’ll keep you from leaving!” he shot twice at his friend.

Rimbaud was three metres away from him, the first projectile touched him in the thick finger joint of his left hand and remained stuck in the body; The second crossed the wall thirty centimetres from the ceiling and was found in the fireplace the next day by the investigating judge. ”

Rimbaud and Verlaine

“Rimbaud took a handkerchief to stop the bleeding. He reached out to Verlaine safe to say goodbye. When he saw the blood-soaked handkerchief, he burst into tears and advanced to Rimbaud by opening his arms:

I’m sorry, i’m sorry. I hurt you!

It’s nothing, it’s nothing.

Take my revolver and kill me!”

Rimbaud and Verlaine

“Rimbaud burst into laughter. After calming down a little bit, the drama actors went to a clinic to bandage the wound. When they returned to the hotel, no one doubted what happened. Rimbaud didn’t want to report his friend. He wanted to leave Brussels as soon as possible. Verlaine asked him again to stay and give up the trip. As Rimbaud kept his, Verlaine decided to accompany him to the station.”

Rimbaud and Verlaine

” Anger has once again taken over Verlaine. “I don’t want you to leave!” The dispute got hot again and she was so violent, passers-by stopped to assist. Suddenly, Verlaine pulled the revolver out of the lip and lifted it in a threatening attitude. Two police officers, who were nearby, snatched his gun and led the two to the police station. Questioned about the origin of his wound, Rimbaud had to tell the story of what had happened. 47 shellcaswere discovered during the search of Verlaine. He was immediately arrested and taken to prison. “

Rimbaud and Verlaine


Good Auld Days


The litlle fellow above, was the first and last, to come and say Hello, in a village made by , give or take, twenty houses and four or five families.

They have this beautiful Summer Party , titled Of the Smoke , you can observe in the following video, to the minute 14. 00- 14. 14.

Along my pictures, you are able to observe part of what I have been able to see, a normal day of the weekend. If you remember, there was a dog.

We called him Courageous Frodo, Fierceless Frodo and many more names and cuddles, until we got all the possible fleas from its fur and he grow tired of us, I assume. Independently, he was adorable.

Fierceless Frodo

The village, from inside, is a step into a kind of Narnia´s wardrobe, where you feel like an intruder at each given step.

A symbol of the area of La Rioja: The Vineyard. They don´t produce their own wine though at Peroblasco.

The area is communicated but is always better to get the car and be independent. Many of the villages have no restaurants, so there are cases where you have to choose to sleep into a village, have food in the next one and the coffee at third.

Peroblasco( click here to follow the map) is one of the examples you are able to find on your way , a beautiful place, with barely activity, so if you decide to go to La Rioja , don´t forget to pay a visit, and say hello to Courageous Frodo.