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The the big picture blipping continues. Of course, its the fault of the pedestrian for daring to cross a street….with a child in a stroller? What could she have been thinking? I’m surprised that she was only struck by ONE vehicle. A woman and stroller stepping off of a curb onto a street normally attracts […]
People, including American politicians, are finally understanding the fact the the US is involved in an illegal war to overthrow a democratically elected government. AND they are starting to speak out. and then there is this article from ZeroHedge that is even more telling… Iraq To Washington: “We Don’t Need Your Help Fighting Terrorism” Perhaps […]
Fundraiser to proceed, Eaton’s building owner fined $25,000 The Definitely Superior Art Gallery’s Saturday night Halloween fundraiser will proceed after an eleventh-hour effort that fixed fire code violations in the former Eaton’s building. The Justice of the Peace handed the building’s owner a $25,000 fine on Friday morning, citing fire code violations ranging from failing […]
I guess if you are going to make an argument for global warming…I mean climate change, then you can’t use the southern hemisphere for any an examples. There is more to this climate change thing other than humans. Still, and I have to make this clear, I believe that we are making a real effort […]
Maybe they just all stepped out for a smoke? Oh well, hundreds, probably thousands, of anonymous young “refugees” from the very heart of terrorist central running loose in Europe. What is the worst that could happen? (previous post here) Hundreds Of Refugees In Germany “Mysteriously Disappear”; Local Authorities Clueless Where They Are In the latest, […]
CAnada Said to Consult Obama Before Opening Fighter-Jet Bidding Incoming Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will consult U.S. President Barack Obama before restarting a process to replace Canada’s aging fleet of combat jets, in a bid to head off damage to relations between the two countries, according to an official familiar with the plans. Trudeau’s Liberals campaigned […]
The EU Parliament narrowly voted in favour of to drop all charges against Edward Snowden and protect him against third party extradition and rendition. Will any European country abide by the vote? Will any European country give whistleblower Edward Snowden sanctuary against the US? Is it a trap being set by the US lure Mr. […]
If you are going to donate, then donate cash if you can….Cash allows food banks/Shelter House to buy better and fresher food… So donate canned and packaged food and that is OK but if you can afford to, donate cash. Exceeding the Best Before date is not a reason to throw away your food. Seriously.
Bombardier fighting to ramp up production amid TTC lawsuit pressure On Wednesday the board unanimously decided to go ahead with a $50 million lawsuit against the company over delays in its ability to deliver new streetcars, built in Thunder Bay, to Toronto. Unifor Local 1075 president Dominic Pasqualino said there is a silver lining in […]
Another blip in the TBPD’s big picture….Luckily there is no shortage of pedestrians in Thunder Bay. Drivers in Thunder Bay think that they own the entire street. Pedestrians and cyclists setting foot/tire on a City of Thunder Bay street risk death on a daily basis. I am not exaggerating one bit. Its THAT BAD! Alleged […]