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The World – Freedom Fries And Liberty Cabbage

I remember the Freedom Fries. Propaganda is used to boost support for war. Its also used to extinguish any criticism.  James takes us through many examples.  Your rights and freedoms disappear when governments want a war.

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Interesting. These light poles located on the site of the former Port Arthur Motors Body Shop look very similar to the new light bases installed last week down in Marina Park. new lamp lost base installed last week. Looks like this base is large enough for a very large light.  This makes me think that […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

One of the walkways leading from the parking lot constructed in 2016/2017 that are now covered with paving bricks.  Hopefully, the City of Thunder Bay will stop vehicles from driving on it before spring.  I suspect that the bricks were not installed with automotive traffic in mind.  Come spring, the brick work will be ruined. […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

click on any image to enlarge Used to cover a trash bag.  Its some colour. Ice on Friday.  Was open water previous Wednesday. Still some pink in those roses. MV Kaministiqua Looks like the work  of replacing some of the wooden poles with concrete bases on the Spirit Garden (Wilson Street Headland ) is completed. […]

The World - Same-Sex Street Lights

The World – Same-Sex Street Lights

Yup. This is now happening.  Seriously? Same-sex street lights signal intersectional push for diversity across central Canberra Pedestrians in Canberra are making slight double takes with the installation of same-sex pedestrian lights in the city centre. Eight new lights have been set up in the inner-north suburb of Braddon featuring both male and female same-sex […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

a sunny day. Click on any image to enlarge Building tops.  Bright colours on a blue background.  I adjusted the perspective in a lot of the building top photos to try and keep lines straight. Might look a little strange sometimes, but, hey, that’s art. Flying the Finnish flag today.  Must be a Finn Holiday. […]

Thunder Bay – Police Association Expresses Outrage At NAN Grand Chief’s Reaction

Police Association expresses outrage at NAN grand chief’s reaction The Thunder Bay Police Association leadership says they are outraged at comments made by Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler in the wake of a video posted to social media that allegedly shows an officer striking an Indigenous teen strapped to a medical gurney. The […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

click on any image to enlage Laying on the ground because of wind or vandalism? A piece of another blue snowflake. Looks like this is where it landed. This is on the street. This one is broken. MV Federal Katsura Sleeping Giant Logger lager MV Federal Weser on left and MV Blacky on right. MV Blacky MV Federal […]

Thunder Bay – Your Tax Dollars At Work

Replacing some wooden lamp poles with new concrete bases and what I believe will be metal posts.  The wooden posts were installed as part of Prince Arthur’s Landing Phase One development. They are less than 10 years old. You might wonder why the concrete bases and metal posts were not initially installed, the answer is […]

Thunder Bay – TBPS Officer Receiving Medical Treatment For “Exposure To Bodily Fluids”

TBPS officer in video receiving medical treatment for ‘exposure to bodily fluids’ An officer involved in a video shared to social media that appears to show her striking a youth strapped to a gurney is on leave from the Thunder Bay Police Service to receive medical treatment. Thunder Bay Police provided an update on the […]