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An Aquarian Exposition

Woodstock Music & Art Fair (August 15-17, 1969) It was 50 years ago this week that Woodstock took place. No doubt, most of you are already tired of hearing/seeing/reading about this significant “3 Days of Peace & Music”, but it … Continue reading

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Rise Up! Rise Up!

Revolution I think it’s the most natural of instincts. Anarchy is the enemy of Government. People want to be free, to do whatever they want, whenever they want to do it. Those in control want to maintain the right (‘Maintiens … Continue reading

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Trump and the Law

American Values and Traditions I read an interesting article today about why Trump supporters believe he is not corrupt. I suggest that you click on the above link and read it, too, before I continue my post. Done? Good, then … Continue reading

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Who is JR?

Anonymous Artist Adds a Giant Baby to the Border Wall Last night, 60 Minutes featured a segment on this French artist who has been putting up giant photographs all over the world. CNN got there first, in November 2015. If … Continue reading

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MLK Jr: Man on a Timely Mission

Martin Luther King Jr We have seen so many photos of him over the years in black and white that we forget he was a man of colour, too. And that wasn’t a racial slur. Because not everything is black … Continue reading

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In Case of Nuclear Attack: Duck and Cover

A Personal Countermeasure In the 1950’s, school children in North America were taught to Duck and Cover in the event of a surprise nuclear attack by the U.S.S.R. (Do they still teach that now?) The inhabitants of, and visitors to, … Continue reading

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Adventures in Youth: 6

  Paddling My Canoe I practically lived on the water when we lived in Muskoka, Ontario. But I had never gone out by myself in a canoe until my final summer there. I would have been 11. We must have … Continue reading

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