Tag Archives: irony

Who Do You Think You’re Fooling, Too?

Do You Support the World? If you are a member of the “rich club” (in other words, the 1% of society), you probably think that the other 99% are hangers-on and resource wasters. There is a “rumour” going about that … Continue reading

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How to ‘Splain Your “Drag-ins”

Well, actually.

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The Wizard as Satan in Hell

“Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain…” Isn’t it funny how one image (or thought) leads on to another? Yesterday, I wrote about Judy Garland’s life and death. The image I used was of Judy as Dorothy Gale, … Continue reading

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Jagmeet: Singh-led Out?

Does the Brownface Scandal Help the NDP? Do you remember when in 2011 Jack Layton led the New Democratic Party to the Official Opposition in Ottawa? What stuck out? For me, it was the image of Jack looking strong. While … Continue reading

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Win the Battle, Lose the War

Pyrrhic Victory The Battle of Asculum [5] took place in 279 BC between the Roman Republic under the command of the consuls Publius Decius Mus and Publius Sulpicius Saverrio and the forces of king Pyrrhus of Epirus. (Wikipedia) It is … Continue reading

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Humour

As Personal as the Taste of Beer My wife and I have a difference of opinion: I think I’m funny, and she doesn’t. Her crew like slapstick comedy, I like biting wit. That equates to sweet and bitter: lager vs … Continue reading

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Tilting at Environmental Windmills

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