C is for cat. – C is always for cat. So I’m sat in the vets yesterday and this young woman escorted by her mother walks in carrying a cat in a basket . The young woman was huge ! I mean enormous! Sits next to me and spent the entire time looking at more cats on her mobile. She wanted another cat. Her mother told her she didn’t look after the one she’d got. “Here’s one in Goole” she said. ” I’m not going all the way to Goole to get you a cat” replied her mother.Then she looks around the room at all the assembled dogs and declared to her mother she wanted a dog. She’d always wanted a dog she said. Her mother sighed. Ten minutes later someone walks in with a goat and yes you guessed, she wanted a goat. She’d always wanted a goat she said. Is it me ?
C is for camera – This is after all, primarily a photography blog. Photography is not about what camera you have, it’s about how you use the camera you’ve got. The most expensive camera in the world won’t take the best images. It’s not the camera it’s what you do with it.
C is for Capitalism – Capitalism doesn’t work. The essential ingredient of Capitalism is that we are continually invited to part with our money to buy things that we don’t need and won’t use. Everything must be run at a profit and if it doesn’t it will cease to exist. In order to keep the wheels of Capitalism going round those of us who can work must work. As such there becomes in our Society, winners and losers. Capitalism and those who support Capitalism are not interested in losers, the elderly and infirm unless of course money can be extracted from them.
C is for Communism – Communism doesn’t work. Communism is all very well and nice on paper but it does not take into account the human being’s weakness for greed and fecklessness.
C is for Curriculum – Curriculum’s are usually set by Governments. A curriculum determines what people will learn and how they will learn it. Governments usually set a curriculum such that it’s people will be able to work effectively and efficiently to produce the wealth for the country it governs. In the curriculum therefore will be what that Government will want you to learn and know and also not in the curriculum will be what that Government does not want you to know.
C is for Culture – C is for Culture.
C is for Creativity – Everyone has the ability to be creative.