Monthly Archives: November 2011

Big Agriculture Marketing

I was watching the Thursday night NFL games last week on Sportnet West and I was struck by something completely unexpected…the high volume of farming/seed commercials. Now, any good CBC’er knows that every second commercial during a hockey game is … Continue reading

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Attawapiskat in Need

If you’ve been paying attention to the news in recent weeks you’ve learned that there is a new emergency concern arising that has been getting support from the Canadian Red Cross.  Dozens of nations around the world are committing funds, … Continue reading

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Don’t Bro Me

I’ve never met you…mostly.  I try my best to come across as someone who is a bit unapproachable.  I know…not the best character trait but I do like to have as much control over my social situation as possible.  One … Continue reading

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Divided Brain

I was looking over my RSS Reader and I came across a post referring to a recent RSA Animation.  RSA Animations are an extension of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts.  They host several free public lectures and … Continue reading

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Inner City Pressure

I’m not Bret McKenzie or Jemaine Clement but I’m having a case of “Inner City Pressure”. As I’ve briefly mentioned on this blog, I’m currently finishing a 3 1/2 month sabbatical (I go back to work in 5 days) from … Continue reading

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Lame Ass Post

I’m just gonna throw this lame ass post up this morning. I’ve been doing a great job at making sure I have daily content on this blog – but this morning I don’t really have a little post or mini-essay … Continue reading

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My kid has a Vocation

I came home a few days ago to find a new skill set that one of my children has developed: she is an aspiring librarian.  Without being cajoled by me or her mom she hunkered down in front of our … Continue reading

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