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Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Still very windy. I find it hard to take photos of plants, insects and birds with wind guts so high. Trash in context Looks like a crab apple There is no face like chrome. (for all you Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids fans) Takes all of summer to repaint all the pavement markings.  In […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Trash in context Wet siding… Took over a year and a half for our high salaried residents of City Hall to get around to reinstalling this median ahead sign.  So far, the sign is only temporary in nature. The other day, when the wind gusts were really strong, the temporary sign was blown over. This […]

Canada – Buying Your Votes With Your Own Cash

Trudeau is spending your cash to get your vote Let the spending spree continue! Ever since Parliament adjourned, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet have been criss-crossing the country making funding announcements. In some ways this isn’t news as governments announce funding all the time. Yet the Trudeau funding is planned, targeted and strategic […]

The World – Stock Markets Are Rigged

The problem with stock markets is that they are all rigged.  They are no longer a bellwether for the economy.  So why does the MSM still tie them to the economy? Propaganda?

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Trash in context Trash in context Animal bone..I hope MV Federal Schelde MV Federal Kushiro Bees were hanging on for dear life today. MV BBC Everest On the end of Pier 2.  Whosever idea it was to install this paving grid is an idiot. Where ever it was installed, there are issues. Its dangerous when […]

Thunder Bay – Evergreen Fighting To Keep Doors Open

Evergreen fighting to keep its doors open Growing up in the Simpson/Ogden Street area, Nick Mrozek said as the new kid, he didn’t really have many friends or know where to go. But that all changed when he discovered Evergreen A United Neighbourhood. “It felt like a second home,” he said. “I could go there […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

Pretty windy today. A tough day for photography….at least for me. I think that there is no way the City of Thunder Bay can ever enforce the law against riding bicycles on the sidewalk.  Its a lost cause in this city. Looks like this is going to be a daily occurrence from now on.  Notice […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

Let me ask you this…What visitor or city resident for that matter wants to walk through this group of loiterers?  Who wants to run this gauntlet?  Yet, in this city, people are expected to do so regularly. I wonder if Smirnoff could use the fact that their vodka is the preferred vodka of the streets […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Waiting for the seeds to show in these sunflowers.  Until, I am fascinated by the green centre. A pair of cyclists riding on Algoma Street side by side.  Should be single file but hey, you have to admire their guts. Another walking his bike on the sidewalk. I like mine with rice and peas. A […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Trash in context Is the the valet service that the private developer promised?  Notice this luggage cart is not located in the parking lot being leased by the private developer. Its in the publicly owned lot. The one where overnight parking is not allowed. Trash in context. What is the LCBO bag doing way out […]