It’s not often I have so many days go by without blogging, but it’s been a busy week. Along with buying a motorbike, we had a trip to Winnipeg for the U2 concert to undertake. We didn’t want to take our Sunfire to Winnipeg until it got some service, so we rented what was supposed […]Continue reading
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Women just aren’t that into him.
This is what’s going on in the same place as the PC convention – swear to God, I saw it with my own eyes. And they outnumbered Tories about 20:1.
Sitting in the front row, I hear. Why? Because he taught Timmy everything he knows. Below, I’ve cut and pasted a post from October 17, 2010… They’re right – it wasn’t much of a protest. Particularly when the location they chose was behind 2 chip wagons and a tour bus on Queen Street. But go ahead, […]Continue reading
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Ok, total lightness time – nothing serious whatsoever here. Today’s trivia question: are you ready? Pencil in hand? Alright then, here `tis. Four gold stars for anyone who get this question right – and two extra if you can name the au…Continue reading
Despite threats from Toronto’s mayor to pull its funding, a city council committee has unanimously voted to continue supporting the city’s annual Pride festival. Toronto Pride is Canada’s largest Pride celebration—a massive tourist draw, and one of the city’s largest festivals overall. Mayor Rob Ford had threatened to pull all city funding from the festival, […]Continue reading
I’ve taken a bit of a break from posting since the election – haven’t been terribly inspired by anything. But I, as a liberal Liberal, sure haven’t been spending my time moping about the #elxn 41 results. Fuck it. We’ll come back, we always do. Democracy’s messy and while my greatest fear came true – […]Continue reading
This is how I see the economic system of the world operating, and it’s the basis for many of my feelings about the economy in Canada and in Saskatchewan. It’s why I work to make things better however I can. Capitalism may be the best economic system we’ve run into thus far, but it’s not […]Continue reading
It’s not so strange to want children to be safe from bullying. It’s also not strange to want children to grow up whoever they want to be. One thing many people take for granted is that a person’s gender matches their sex organs. Obviously for millions of people around the world (homosexuals, transgendered, two spirited), […]Continue reading
Harper’s Goal: Create a New Irrational Reality Posted: 24 May 2011 10:28 AM PDT In observing Stephen Harper for the past 20 years, I have often been reminded of the line from Shakespeare: “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.” Rep…Continue reading
Yesterday’s ‘End of the World’ media circus proves a number of things to me:
the end of the world is not coming
there are a lot of morons in this country and elsewhere
the media are like the inmates running the prison: they’l…
Very cute and funny and features some non-visual gratuitous boobery.
So go watch it already. If you’re reading me, you’re hardly busy.
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Based on the media and blog reaction to the Conservatives re-appointing some failed candidates to the senate, I’d think I should be feeling a huge sense of outrage. But, I don’t. It does sound sketchy enough, but not quite outrage-inducing, and I’m curious why. I think it boils down to: The senate seems like a […]Continue reading
Hi everyone, I just want to let you know that I’m heading off on a vacation for about a month so don’t expect to many posts.
I’ll try to make the occasional post and hopefully some others will leave some good news.
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Alvaro Orozco, a gay Nicaraguan who unsuccessfully attempted a refugee claim in 2007, was arrested late last week in Toronto while waiting for a bus on his way out to dinner with a friend. He’s now being held in detention without bail, and can be deported at any moment—unless he gets some serious community help. […]Continue reading
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Check this out: Sky Survey The Photopic Sky Survey is a 5,000 megapixel photograph of the entire night sky stitched together from 37,440 exposures. Large in size and scope, it portrays a world far beyond the one beneath our feet and reveals our familia…Continue reading
Two Supreme court justices announce retirements. Both were appointed by Liberal prime ministers.
Majority in the House. Majority in the Senate. And now he gets to appoint more top-court justices.
Still don’t believe that Harper’s going to …