I’ve received numerous emails in the past month asking me the same question again and again: “Phillip, why are you leaving Steel White Table?” My answer: Because one blog is enough, and that blog is Mud Songs. It’s about beekeeping. Now let us take a journey back in time… The Littlest Birds Will Eat Peanuts From Your Hand is probably the best thing I posted to Steel White Table. Then
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We’ve added a random name generator for Steel White Table because the name Steel White Table is a bit odd, almost as odd as a beekeeping website called Mud Songs. And, really, what difference does it make? It’s not like this is the National Post. So if you want to give Steel White Table a new name, please leave it in the comments and if we like it, we’ll add
Welcome to the first discussion about anything serious on Steel White Table. The topic of the Bhopal disaster was brought up by the right honourable Tommyboy. First off, let’s read some of the Wikipedia entry on the Bhopal disaster: The Union Carbide (now Dow Chemical) disaster — also known as the Bhopal disaster or the Bhopal gas tragedy — was an industrial catastrophe that took place at a Union Carbide
The following story was written one sentence, or one Steel White Table comment, at a time by… too many people to list. It began in August 2008 and was finished in September 2008. I just noticed it a few minutes ago under Random Posts. The house was built on a cracked foundation. A young man named Peter Wilson lived in the basement with that cracked foundation. Any kind of precipitation,