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Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Used to see this pure white pigeon down the street.  Haven’t seen it around for a while. All these should be removed before it snows.  Move them away from the streets and sidewalks. In the summer, they are decorative. In the winter, they are in the way. Nothing more depressing than pushing one of these […]

Thunder Bay – On The Road To Shitsville

Suspect sought in Barb’s Laundromat armed robbery City police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect connected to a recent armed robbery. Thunder Bay Police were dispatched to Barb’s Laundromat in the 200 block of Algoma Street South just before 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 15. Police say investigators learned a male […]

The World – Open Science

“the use of science in guiding human affairs is always a political act” – Daniel Sarewitz We are constantly being told to trust the science. Science cannot be wrong.  Can’t argue with science. Vaccines and climate change are two recent examples.  How can you argue against science?  Its definitive.  Can’t be challenged. The problem is that […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday - First Full Day Of Spring

Thunder Bay – Thursday – First Full Day Of Spring

The moon. It was bigger than usual? Sunrise. One city department makes them. Another city department destroys them. A smoking spot Looks great.  I am sure tourists love this sort of thing. Chop sticks Yup, you are in Thunder Bay.  Home of alcoholics that litter. Never liked this beer. CJ trash One of my two […]

Canada – Canada’s Media Bailout

Andrew Coyne: It’s when you read details of media bailout that the chill sets in If you weren’t careful, you might have missed it: a brief 160-word item, tucked deep inside the budget, labelled Supporting Canadian Journalism. Mostly it was a rehash of the measures already announced in November’s Fall Economic Statement: a labour cost […]

Thunder Bay – Littering In Thunder Bay Is A Problem?

Littering in Thunder Bay, Ont., ‘a common theme around the city,’ says StandUp4CleanUp founder As the temperature warms up and the snow starts to melt, the founder of a community cleanup group in Thunder Bay, Ont., says it’s evident that more needs to be done to keep the city clean and environmentally friendly. “You can see […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Snow sculptures today.  Last day of winter….Spring begins at 5:58 pm EDT Yup..its that time of year again. The shitter maintenance guy is busy making a mess.  The City of Thunder Bay could tell the company that the truck is to stay off of the ground until it dries out.  It could do that. But […]

Canada – Feds Approve $42 Million For K.I. First Nation High School

Feds approve $42 million for K.I. First Nation high school By 2021, young people on the K.I. First Nation will no longer have to travel far from home to complete their high school education. Indigenous Services of Canada recently confirmed $42 million in funding for a new school that will provide education right through Grade […]

The World – White People Can’t Catch A Break

and sooo it goes All white people are responsible for anything any white person did anywhere in the world at any time in history.  That includes all of time right up to now.  Right now. Seems like no other racial/religious group is held to that standard.  Why not?

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

The snow sculptures today.  How long until this tips over? Sidewalk cyclists….the scourge of my spring/summer/fall.  Pretty much the part of the year where the sidewalks are clear of snow….soooo most of the year. Cars pulling out of driveways love sidewalk cyclists too. Why would Resolute sell to a competitor?  Plus Resolute wants the wood […]