Old friends recently moved and mementos stored long ago were rediscovered. One photo was from our days at UBC. It showed a young and future Prime Minister of Canada.
Choose your activities carefully and do your part to maintain infinite growth on a finite planet. Put away your bicycle.
P.S. Walking is even worse. Pedestrians don’t even buy bicycles.
A story about her bush pilot father written by a dear friend of many years. It was read on CBC North by Northwest on Saturday, 13 February 2021.
Of course, these photographs represent something more to me than a 13 year-old’s regard for the beauty of our world. It represents the hope that the next generation will protect it…
The best four minutes you can spend today.
My consumer testing of BC’s healthcare system is now complete so activity at In-Sights will resume this week. As Arlo Guthrie said 52 years ago, “You walk in, you get injected, inspected, […]
An old guy remembers the old days in British Columbia…
This is not news. Instead, it’s a personal story, one of the few posted here in the last decade. I hope you enjoy at least a slight smile.
A collection of words that caught my attention. Some are serious; some are bemusing; all are worthy of consideration.
This is a video of an interview conducted in England with a consultant who worked for British Columbia when the Campbell government was awarding information technology contracts. His work was much admired by BC Liberals because it fit their style of conducting public business.
Campaign survival tool: a PVR so you can skip the endless Liberal commercials we taxpayers are paying to air. Or, one of these magic instruments:
All I Really Need To Know I Learned in Kindergarten. …simple instructions for a good life, all worth remembering.
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