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Monthly Archives: November 2015
I am eating a big bowl of beets right now. Thought you should know. By tomorrow morning at 5:30 am when I’m up to take a wizz I will have forgotten this and worry momentarily that a kidney has burst. Growing … Continue reading
↑ There are so many things going on in the world today that require our attention. I imagine that this issue is not one of them. However… I hate political correctness. I despise it. Political correctness is a pretense; it’s false and … Continue reading
I have two pugs. They love me like no other. They tilt their heads to listen, And don’t care if I stutter. They enjoy the company of people, Are low maintenance as well. I can sometimes use them as pillows, … Continue reading
Today I was moving boxes around, remnants of a life unshucked. While driving down Mallard Rd; I looked up for flying ducks. Contemplating isotropic principle, and things probably better left unsaid, I thought, “Maybe I should be Hindu?, Maybe I’d be better fed?’ … Continue reading
Thank you to those who serve, and those who did. I cannot even fathom the cost.
I am blessed beyond measure to have grown up in the family I have. We are large in number, close-knit and protective. As I get older I miss those that have gone on before more and more. It’s now that … Continue reading
Telus, one of Canada’s largest telecommunication giants, engaged in some serious unabashed corporate chicanery yesterday that they deserve to be called out for. They increased their dividend payments by 10%. That’s good news. They recently posted a quarterly net income of $398 … Continue reading
“The greatest pleasure of a dog is that you may make a fool of yourself with him, and not only will he not scold you, but he will make a fool of himself, too.” ― Samuel Butler It’s not politically … Continue reading
Originally posted on Rumblings:
Hassan is short, slight, quiet. He says little as he approaches the counter at the soup kitchen. He’s wearing black pants, black hoodie, and a black hat pulled down over his ears. He smiles, almost shyly,…