Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Trash in context. Your tax dollars at work. MV Federal Asahi Lots of photos of the same things but I am practicing. Trying to get better. Trying to make my camera take the photo that I see in my mind. Discarded masks are everywhere MV Narew Tugs MV Cape Valour and MV Glenada Train Station […]

The World – Do What Your Told

…because governments and their health ‘expert’ overlords have shown that they know what they are doing. Its not like they change their recommendations every other week.

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

Trash in context MV Narew Algoma Equinox Trash in context MV Maasgracht The Olympia ice resurfacing machine was delivered today Trash in context Trash in context Trash in context Trash in context   Work continues on the roof of the Finnish Labour Temple

The World – Do Lockdowns Stop The Spread Of The Virus?

Even a Military-Enforced Quarantine Can’t Stop the Virus, Study Reveals The New England Journal of Medicine has published a study that goes to the heart of the issue of lockdowns. The question has always been whether and to what extent a lockdown, however extreme, is capable of suppressing the virus. If so, you can make […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

New use for a shopping cart. Roof work taking place More fun with the sun Almost… MV Algoma Equinox MV Maasgracht Waaaaay off you can see the MV Walter J McCarthy Jr.  The ship is 1,000 feet long. (304.8m). It is 260 feet (69m)  longer than maximum length that can fit through the St. Lawrence […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Lots of trash photos today.  Its that kind of day. Trash in context Looks like a painting of the the original Sunday brunch Trash in context Trash in context Trash in context Daily mask photo Trash in context Trash in context Replacing roof on Finnish Labour Temple Trash in context Hard to get in the […]

Canada – Collective Punishement

Collective punishment is a form of retaliation whereby a suspected perpetrator’s family members, friends, acquaintances, sect, neighbors or entire ethnic group is targeted. The punished group may often have no direct association with the other individuals or groups, or direct control over their actions. In times of war and armed conflict, collective punishment has resulted […]

The World – Pfizer Excited About The Vaccine They Are Making. Stock Prices Soar After The Press Release.

Take all this excitement about the vaccine from Pfizer. Hmm…. The announcement was made by Pfizer, the company making the vaccine, the company that has a large financial interest in the success of that vaccine. No test data was included in the announcement.  Lots of questions that still need to be answered. Does the company […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday - Diwali

Thunder Bay – Saturday – Diwali

Today is Diwali.  Enjoy. Timbits is now a breakfast cereal (here). And they wonder why people are getting obese. More fun with the sun anchor needs a paint job MV Narew MV Maasgracht I don’t think this Thunder Bay business recycles anything. I see lots of material in these trash bins that is recyclable.  I […]

Canada – Feds Don’t Have ‘Infinite’ Resources

PM warns premiers that feds don’t have ‘infinite’ resources to assist COVID-19 fight Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is warning premiers that provinces need to take stronger action to stem the rapid spread of COVID-19 or the federal government could face “impossible decisions” about where to allocate its limited resources. As several jurisdictions notched grim new […]