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All roads lead to Grease?

Posted by Alexandra Länsberg on Jan 23, 2014 9:47:41 AM

Why do all roads lead to grease? Association is a powerful process in the human brain and it´s hardly surprising, after more than 40 years in the business, that all rain finishes up in the same loch (this is described very well in Edward DeBono´s “stone logic”).  But, unlike Greece, it gets really cold up here in Greaseland.  Yesterday, the alcohol dropped to -43oC in Karesuando on the 68th latitude. People actually live there! Check the map to see where you can find the 68th latitude.

Not quite that cold here on the 57th but this morning we awoke to a wonderful “Morning Glory”, with pinks and blues and greys, Aurora in all her splendour. In Roman mythology, Aurora, goddess of the dawn, renews herself every morning and flies across the sky, announcing the arrival of the sun.  In both Greece and Greaseland however, Aurora is called Eos. And, in the age of eternal acronyms, Eos becomes EOS, Ease of Supply. Which, in turn, is AXEL’s proposition on outsourcing of grease production. So here I am thinking about grease at this time of the morning. And people who know me know that I was at the end of the queue when the Good Lord handed out morning energy. The human brain is indeed a maze(-ing)...and sick sick sick !

Graham 2014-01-21

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