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Thunder Bay - Things Could Go Awry....No Shit!

Thunder Bay – Things Could Go Awry….No Shit!

Oh yeah….lets do this….What could possibly go wrong, other than someone/someones hijacking the election? Maybe the hackers hijacking the election might be an improvement over the electoral system we have now where incumbents always win….unless you are Mark Bentz, that is. ….even the state acknowledges in an online disclaimer that things could go awry, warning […]

Canada - Its Spelled G-R-E-E-D

Canada – Its Spelled G-R-E-E-D

The bank made a net profit of $6.7 billion last year.  Apparently, that is not enough for those greedy bastards. If you have an account with this bank, its time to close it. Seriously.  It might be time to have a look at your local credit union. Lay-off Canadians and outsource their jobs to…?  How does […]

Ebolapalooza - Is Censoring The News The Same As Lying?

Ebolapalooza – Is Censoring The News The Same As Lying?

See previous post here…..Why is the truth important?  Why is it best that the public knows what is really going on?  In one word…trust. One lesson is clear from this experience: In handling any crisis, it is absolutely crucial to retain credibility. Giving false reassurance is the worst thing one can do. If I may […]

Thunder Bay - A Fight That Both Sides Hope Continues For A Long Time

Thunder Bay – A Fight That Both Sides Hope Continues For A Long Time

This is a trend that, if you have been paying attention, you will have seen before.  Think Ring of Fire. Both Fed and Prov governments have no real intention of spending that Infrastructure Program money right now. Maybe not for a long, long time. Promising is one thing…actually doing it is quite another. One government […]

Thunder Bay - You Get What You Pay for...Except In Thunder Bay.  Here You Always Get Less.

Thunder Bay – You Get What You Pay for…Except In Thunder Bay. Here You Always Get Less.

Sigh…a picture is worth a thousand words. A patch in a patch. The first patch is a month old? Maybe less?   Why not use the existing asphalt joints as limits of the removal area?  What we now have are additional asphalt joints and joints are a weak link in the asphalt’s surface defense against […]