Posted by: nickwardscenarios | March 28, 2016

The swamping of Project Ely

The swamping of ‘Project Ely’.  CUWBC worse than CUBC in blaming defeats on supposed lack of land-training in Ely. https://t.co/H7RVDZUbmO

Next Banjo Nick and The Spare Wednesdays session at The Six Bells in Cambridge is 6th April from 7pm to 11. https://t.co/4eAC00oV8g

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Posted by: nickwardscenarios | January 6, 2016

Banjo Nick and The Spare Wednesdays

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Posted by: nickwardscenarios | December 5, 2015

message for President Cambridge University Boat Club

One day strike 
All you need in Ely is rackspace for minimal squads
All land training in Cambridge
Great Ouse in Ely is for rowing mileage
This action will generate dynamic publicity in battle to beat Oxford
I am committed to stopping this eco-destructive attempt to build complex and car park on highly flood-prone site.
Wrong side if the dyke!
Exteme rain coming. Sea levels rising!

But my main point is that in terms of winning Boatrace it is wrong-headed.

By email to President CUBC

Posted by: nickwardscenarios | November 14, 2015

Banjo Nick and The Spare Wednesdays

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Posted by: nickwardscenarios | November 1, 2015

ProQuest summary of work as playwright-director 1983-1997

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Posted by: nickwardscenarios | October 16, 2015

Earl Scruggs anti Vietnam War action

https://youtu.be/nGDp–0SbX8

From Wikepedia:

On November 15, 1969, Scruggs played his Grammy-winning “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” on an open-air stage in Washington, D.C., at the Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam, becoming one of the very few bluegrass or country-western artists to give support to the anti-war movement.[8] In an interview after his performance, Scruggs said:[9]

I think the people in the South is just as concerned as the people that’s walkin’ the streets here today … I’m sincere about bringing our boys back home. I’m disgusted and in sorrow about the boys we’ve lost over there. And if I could see a good reason to continue, I wouldn’t be here today.

Posted by: nickwardscenarios | October 13, 2015

stop the forced closures of aboriginal communities

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