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Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

Snowbanks makes for a great cooler for your beer. Almost gone. CJ trash that will have to wait until spring in order to escape from the compound. A Shoppers Drug Mart cart that has seen better days. Not anywhere near a Shoppers Drug Mart. Parking by the only parking meter left in this lot.  Looks […]

The World – Facebook Glitch Reveals Greta Thunburg’s Father Posting As Teenage Climate Activist

Facebook Glitch Reveals Greta Thunburg’s Father Posting As Teenage Climate Activist A Thursday evening software update at Facebook accidentally allowed anyone to view exactly who is posting under the accounts of public figures, businesses and other entities, according to Wired. The result? For starters, some 3 million followers of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg have been reading posts […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Short day. Overcast.  Cold.  What can I say? Can always count on the Fire Department to block the sidewalk while clearing snow from the parking lot.  Happens all the time. You might almost think that they don’t care about pedestrians. Blowing snow.  Noticed a third ship tied up at Keefer Terminal.  We now have the […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

I know there is a decent photo of this fence there somewhere.  Sooner or later, I will take it. No skaters this morning. Water rates continue to go up.  Pretty soon, we will all be filling water jugs at the local watering hole and carrying them back home… Someone has a found a use for […]

Thunder Bay - Toronto Christmas 2019

Thunder Bay – Toronto Christmas 2019

 

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Trash Day Trash Day and snow plowing operations clash. Lots of snow with a lot of winter still left to go. Trash in context Looks like the firefighters were practicing operating their air boat Kraken Spiced Rum. Trash in context Why I don’t use the pedestrian overpass any longer. Looks like the birds have been […]

The World – 27 Bullet Points Prove Global Warming By The Sun, Not CO2

27 Simple Bullet Points Prove Global Warming by the Sun, not CO2: By a Geologist for a Change Dr Roger Higgs, Geoclastica Ltd, Technical Note on ResearchGate I also have a copy of the above document here

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

CCGS Samuel Risley Why I don’t use the pedestrian overpass any longer. Notice that Kelly’s finest rotgut wine is on the scene. On a day like today, you grab colour wherever you can. More fun with my wide-angle lens Trash in context

Thunder Bay – Isn’t This What The Gas Tax Money Is For?

Proposed 2020 budget includes transit fare increases Taking the bus could become a little more expensive next year, which has some transit riders concerned, while others are along for the ride. “I don’t think it’s fair,” said Jessie Anderson. “Bus rates are already $2.75 as it is. I just think it’s silly. It’s going to […]

Thunder Bay – Budget Deliberations Reveal Debt

The city, whose debt is expected to increase from $205.9 million at the end of 2018 to $212.1 million projected at the end of last year, does have a number of debentures that will be paid off by decade’s end. In addition to the homes for the aged loan, the city is paying off a […]