chillin with free fall

hangin at heathrow. again. waiting for my flight to l.a. i travelled down on a plane with free fall, a boy band who have a top ten single at the mo. nice guys. we almost missed the plane out of orkney together. my daughter saw them peform yesterday in orkney . . . but i got to chill out with the band.

right . . . a plane to catch . . .and a book to read on my flight . . . "the fourth crusade and the sack of constantinople" by johnathon phillips – great read!                                        


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.


  • David says:

    A, I didn’t know you were into the crusades! A few months ago I read The Perfect Heresy: the revolutionary life and death of the medieval cathars. (Stephen O’Shea) also a good read. This was the early 1200s in southern France…crusades against the French…the beginning of the inquisition. Were it not for thes cathar wars, there would be a seperate country where southern France is today, speaking a seperate language. Interesting to me since my ancestors came from down there. It is interesting to look at the organic stucture of this movement and consider how it thrived and survived as long as it did under such pressure. Gotta run.

  • andrew, i really dig the new banner pic. looks like some good ole fashioned frivolity on the coast…

  • brad says:

    what is your itinerary in LA. I am from LA. My mum lives in Pasadena where harambee is at. I was raise in Pasadena. What days are youin town. I’ll buy you a coffee.

  • Liam Byrnes says:

    Hey Andrew,
    Jusrt to say like Chris, I love the new banner!…hope you are well.

  • Jeff J says:

    Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!

  • Matt Stone says:

    O nomadic one, do your globe-trotting travel plans include any future visits to us wizards down in Oz?

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