I was lamenting to a co-worker today that Canadians, by and large, do not reflect much on the significance of Remembrance Day. For most, it causes no interruption. Should you happen to be on the subway which stops for the two minutes of silence, certainly. Otherwise, you might go through the day unawares. Read more
Archive for November, 2003
For me, the early days in November are some of the year’s most sorrowful. The first days of autumn have taken their course, felling the brown leaves from their trees, covering the green life of the grass and revealing death in the stark branches. The cold of the coming winter is in the air, but … Read more
How long has Tom Jakobek’s campaign website featured a list of Toronto weblogs? (Specifically, how long has this weblog been on that list?) Many of the listed weblogs are pro-Miller, and not one of them supports Tom Jakobek’s bid. Did Jakobek’s team even take … Read more
I have been against the fixed link to the Toronto City Centre Airport from the start, thinking that it would lead to further expansion of the airport. According to John Barber’s column in today’s Globe And Mail, that was the plan all along. (Thanks to Read more
Go forth and wish that curmudgeonly old man a happy 28 years. Do it now before he gets any older.