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Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Trash in context Someone showed mercy and dragged most of the traffic cone carcass off of the street. MV Cinnamon MV Strandja MV Solina Ice patterns Some blooms still out there A beaver Snow Bunting

The World – This Week In Tyranny

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The World – COVID-19 Can Survive On Skin Up To 9 Hours

COVID-19 can survive on skin up to 9 hours, versus 2 hours for the flu, study finds Japanese researchers have found that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can last on skin for up to nine hours, highlighting the need for frequent hand washing to help limit the spread of the virus. The new study, published […]

Ontario – With Great Power Should Come No Responsibility

Ontario PCs want to make it next to impossible to sue the government Legislation buried in budget bill would make many government actions immune to civil suits Premier Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservatives are moving to make it harder to sue the Ontario government. The PCs plan to repeal and replace the long-standing Ontario Proceedings Against the Crown […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

I expected a big dump of snow overnight.  Woke up to a lot of wet slop covering the ground instead. The surviving carcass of the traffic cone is still orange. It still can serve a purpose, although limited. Our high salaried residents of City Hall waste nothing. Not much of a view out there today. […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

Hope not. Hmmm….What is taking so long to pave this? Magic Cone not doing much good.   Might have to start making them out of steel. Trash in context Lots of DNA laying around out there. A young gull’s head. Beak is still black. MV Rodopi MV BBC Hudson MV Cinnamon MV Lake Ontario MV Solina […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

Trash in context Someone really thinks that birds like pasta. For the Thunder Bay drinker that is watching his/her/? carb intake. Hooded Mergansers Is this a Dark-eyed Junco? MV BBC Hudson MV Onego Rio Some plants have not given up on summer.  I have. Yellow bag trash in context Trash in context. Trash in context

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

No cooler required A popular magazine in Thunder Bay I remember the days when I used one of these Snow Bunting Whoever had the idea to plant trees around the fountain area should be fired.  If this surface is going to be a skating rink, all of the leaves need to be removed AND KEPT […]

The World – Fukushima To Dump One Million Tons Of Radioactive Water Into The Pacific

Fukushima To Dump 1 Million Tons Of Radioactive Water Into Pacific Tokyo Electric Power’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station is expected to release more than one million tonnes of treated radioactive water from the destroyed nuclear power plant into the ocean after the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games, according to the Asian Nikkei Review. More than one thousand […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Straws will be banned.  Not the cans though. Ice patterns Pool 6 fence is down.  Has been down for quite a while.  Sooo, I guess security its not that important. Went down to the end of the Pool 6 pier. Pile of concrete and reinforcing steel rods that was Pool 6 grain elevator…20 years ago! […]