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Thunder Bay - Thursday - Last Day Of 2020

Thunder Bay – Thursday – Last Day Of 2020

Ending the year on a high…photography wise. No rush to clear the snow from this sidewalk. The grader will just throw more back in. If you pay attention to them for too long, they get nervous and fly away You think that the person would miss this. Trash in context Haven’t taken a shopping cart […]

The World – What Is The Point?

 If we have to continue wearing masks, social distance and suffer future lockdowns all the while taking an untested vaccine that does not stop the spread of the virus, what exactly is the point?

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Hard pressed to find anything to photograph today. Sidewalk plows clear the snow. Graders clearing the streets throw it right back. There is something wrong with this system.  Pedestrians are at the bottom of the transportation food chain. Someone will get around to fixing this someday.  Hopefully before spring. Bleak out there Restaurants and bars […]

The World – WHO Chief Scientist Warns ‘No Evidence COVID Vaccine Prevents Viral Transmission, Swiss Patient Dies Shortly After Receiving Pfizer COVID Vaccine, ER Nurse Tests Positive For COVID 8 Days After Being Vaccinated

WHO Chief Scientist Warns “No Evidence COVID Vaccine Prevents Viral Transmission” Once again, the WHO has stepped in to offer some confusing comments about the coronavirus vaccine, warning that there is “no evidence to be confident shots prevent transmission” and that people who receive the vaccine should continue wearing masks and following all social distancing […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

  Snow Ghost When you get your food for free, finishing is not a priority. Why pizza if you don’t eat the crust? It makes up most of the food item. Mask photo. Season’s over.

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

The CCGS Samuel Risley is here A yellow bagger did not like the sandwiches. Must be nice to be able to be picky about the food you eat. Another example of why on-street parking needs to be eliminated.

The World – The New COVID-19 Strain (Variant Actually) Is A Political Disaster Of Our Own Making

The new Covid-19 strain is a political disaster of our own making By seeking answers to scientific questions no-one had asked, we find ourselves assigning importance to discoveries which may have none Artillery Row By Rob Sutton 23 December, 2020 In justifying the move to a new national lockdown, the leaders of the UK briefly […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday? - I Think Its Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday? – I Think Its Sunday

A perfectly good reusable shopping bag for anyone who wants it. Holiday sale. I wonder what stores are going to shut their doors permanently in the New Year?  Should be some businesses going under after the year we have had. The mess you get when people refuse to clear their driveway properly. Tug MV Point […]

The World – Study Suggests Asymptomatic COVID Patients Not Be Driver Of Transmission After All

Asymptomatic transmission of covid-19 BMJ 2020; 371 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.m4851 (Published 21 December 2020) Cite this as: BMJ 2020;371:m4851 < Article Related content Metrics Responses Allyson M Pollock, professor of public health1, James Lancaster, independent researcher Author affiliations Correspondence to: A M Pollock Allyson.Pollock@newcastle.ac.uk What we know, and what we don’t The UK’s £100bn “Operation Moonshot” […]

The World – Scientists Scramble To Identify Culprit Behind COVID Vaccine Allergic Reactions

Scientists Scramble To Identify Culprit Behind Covid Vaccine Allergic Reactions All is not going according to plan in the global rollout of what is arguably the most important vaccine in a century, and it is not just growing mistrust in the covid injection effort that was rolled out in record time: an unexpected spike in […]