Tag Archives: COVID-19

After Thirty-Two Months, I Finally Test Positive

COVID-19 (November 1, 2022) Susan tested positive two days ago: I thought I might get away with it, but, as you can see, the faint test line is there. And this, after getting our third Pfizer booster (along with the … Continue reading

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Who Says You Cannot Know When You’ll Die?

Final Destination (2000) The idea that your death is predestined is the premise behind this film (and the other films in the franchise). You cannot ‘cheat death’ although we like to think we can: when your number’s up, it’s up. … Continue reading

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Now That the World is Over COVID-19…

World Conflicts Are Escalating I’m not an expert, but it seems to me that the ‘delicate’ balance from 2019 has been knocked off kilter by the coronavirus. Today’s most dangerous flash points—whether Ukraine, Taiwan, or confrontations with Iran—relate in some … Continue reading

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The Last Two Years have Been a Rough Ride

My Draconic and Natal Charts Analysis In some ways, the coronavirus has been a test of faith, but only now do I realize how tenuous life can be. When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic in March 2020, I immediately began … Continue reading

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“Now Did You Read the News Today?”

Current Events This illustration has an image from the animated film, “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs”, which seems appropriate, somehow. It’s the child’s equivalent of last year’s “Don’t Look Up”. But I digress. In a world searching for the … Continue reading

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How Anything Happens, Against All Odds

The Tipping Point (2013 Edition) My son got this book for me, for my 72nd birthday. Thanks, Derek. After reading most of my other books from my birthday, I am starting to settle on this one. The title alone has … Continue reading

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Who Will Purchase This Perch From Us?

When ALL the Chickens Come Home to Roost I have been commenting and predicting on events that were current for these past couple of months. The culmination happened yesterday, the day after the Beijing Winter Olympics ended. COVID-19 The Queen … Continue reading

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David Icke Just Called Us “Fascist Canada”

He Obviously Doesn’t Know His Left from His Right This graphic is almost a repeat of the results from the 2019 federal election. In Canada, the left of centre is represented by the colour red, the right of centre by … Continue reading

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QR Passports: Canada’s Two Classes of Citizenship

The New Caste System: the Vaccinated and the Unvaccinated Talk about ‘untouchables’. Rick Mercer’s rant about COVID-19 brought a thought to my mind, which then got repeated by a protestor on the CTV News last night: by getting the government … Continue reading

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It’s Not Funny Anymore…

Groundhog Day 2022 On this day in 1887, the town of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, celebrates the first official Groundhog Day. One hundred and thirty-five years later, Groundhog Day happens every day with COVID-19. Here are some cartoons to help cheer us … Continue reading

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