Monthly Archives: June 2015

Honeymoon

<note to self> Canada was founded on many nations, not just two, but we often forget that First Nations and the Inuit were here long before the French and the English. Some would say we purposely don’t remember them in … Continue reading

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Lovers In A Dangerous Time

<note to self> we just had a buttertart festival a few days ago. the weather was perfect: sunny, but not too hot. for a few hours, tens of thousands of people packed the streets of downtown midland. traffic was diverted. … Continue reading

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BTO–Butter Tart Overload

<note to self> i thought that being a modern-day poet was innocuous, but chilean poet and song-writer víctor jara (1932-1973, pictured–‘The contrast between the themes of his songs, on love, peace and social justice and the brutal way in which … Continue reading

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‘We are on a great journey’

i’m publishing this a day early because it is world oceans day. i thought i’d get the word out. . <note to self> it was the best of times, it was the worst of times: the seventies, especially the music: … Continue reading

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Well May The World Go

a documentary this week (which you can watch online) asks, is sugar toxic? probably. the body converts it to alcohol, and that is definitely toxic, especially to the liver and the brain. is it addictive? again, probably. (like nicotine in … Continue reading

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