Monthly Archives: July 2018

Thoughtful Realists

prepay their funerals out of consideration for their families.

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Stupid People

think it’s all about money and materialism. Not love.

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Dangerous Smokers

2 dollar ciggie butt. 14 million fire in Blue Quill. Now there’s selfishness and careless for you. What waste and mindless destruction!

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Jane Kenyon’s Poem “Otherwise”

Anytime you’re depressed, in pain, or can’t get moving, read this one. Jane is right. One day, your life will be “Otherwise”. You can bet on it.

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Well Worth Preordering

Sept 11 release, significantly. Bob Woodward’s expose on Trump. It’s simply, appropriately¬†called Fear.   NB/ When I first heard of the upcoming book on tv, it was falsely attributed to Carl Bernstein. Fake news!

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Re. Emily Carr’s Painting “Indian Church”

(Our intrepid author wandering the Emily Carr Gallery in Victoria) It was presumptuous and egotistical for pc-ers to rename her painting. That is what the artist called it and it has bothered nobody, First Nations Peoples included, all these years … Continue reading

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5 Days of Unconditional Love

Dogsitting my son’s female Bichon-Shitzu mix

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Tip of Justin’s Pot Iceberg

The 4 year-old who ate a marijuana chocolate bar. Be prepared for many more stories like this. Thanks, Justin for looking out for kids and selling out present and future generations of youth to make a buck.

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Real Witch Hunt #2

Today’s–Trump’s revoking the security clearances of national security officials–was actually the 2nd one. The 1st one was Trump’s Witch Hunt of Mueller and the Russian probe. So far the only real Witch Hunts are being conducted sololy by DJT.

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The Greatest Literary Passage Illuminating Life and Death Processes

(the first U.S. edition; passage below begins on p. 236) (beautifully read by Frances Jeater–the last disc is the one you’ll want to hear and replay…) From the last italicized section beginning “Now the sun had sunk” to the end … Continue reading

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