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“It’s true we’re on the wrong track, but we’re compensating for this shortcoming by accelerating.” — Stanislav Lec The siren song is always the same; we’ll build a facility that attracts high-rolling international delegates from far and wide and they will come, spend money hand-over-fist on accommodations, restaurants, and various chotchkies that will create local […]
The Bilderberg Group…..why should we care? Why should we oppose them?
The one thing about Prince Arthur’s Landing, Thunder Bay’s premier tourist attraction is that you can park your vehicle anywhere you want. Pedestrian crossing are very popular parking spots, even if there is a parking lot only metres away. Does anyone care? No. Then there is parking vehicles inside intersections. You see this all the […]
When a reporter noted that there is, in fact, no construction contract with Seaspan, the minister added, “Well, we don’t have a contract, but we have made an award under that procurement based on the credibility, the viability, the reliability of the companies at the time.” Too funny. The Government of Canada can’t afford […]
Yes, desperation reigns supreme in the global economy. Italy and now the UK. The Ponzi Scheme is nearing an end. I believe the term for this is jumping the shark. The world spends billions hunting down and jailing drug manufacturers, dealers and users. However, those same people are contributing to the GDP of the country? […]
FYI Will this cause a war? Will the US let any of this happen?
Imagine if countries started to include all illegal activity as part of its GDP numbers. It will allow them to borrow more money. Lots more money. Avoid bankruptcy for a little longer. When the global financial Ponzi scheme finally does collapse, as it will, the fiscal shitstorm will be worse. Much worse. Embracing the economic fruit of the […]
Its funny that Paterson Park has a fountain and there is never anyone around to make sure nobody falls/jumps into the water. No signs telling people to stay out of the water. Seems to work out just fine. Prince Arthur’s Landing has a fountain that, as soon as there is water in the pond, apparently […]
Another park wherever you want situation down at Prince Arthur’s Landing. Once again, vehicles are drawn to pedestrian crosswalks like flies to shit. Of course, this being Thunder Bay’s premier tourist attraction, nothing is done to discourage this behaviour by workers and visitors. Pedestrians? Fuck’em! That is how lazy people are in this […]
The city is one giant dust bowl right now. Lucky us alternate transportation users. We get to eat this dust all day long. Is this as good as it gets in Thunder Bay? Last year, same thing. Is this what the residents have to look forward to every year? So why would anyone move here again? Previous […]