Saturday – Optimistic In the Great White North?

Saturday, January 9th, 2016 -(-3˚C / +27˚F — Dark and hopeful @9:45 pm in this little corner of Atlantic Canada )-

Higher minimum wages benefits almost everybody.

Who benefits from higher minimum wages? How about almost everybody?

There is a lot of -“#ResistCapitalism”- on Twitter this evening.

Noam Chomsky quote

Noam Chomsky was re-tweeted a lot.

'The Lion and the Unicorn' by George Orwell

George Orwell has been re-tweeted a lot in the past couple days. I want to see what this book is all about. This tweeter isn’t the most diplomatic and/or refined individual in the ‘tweet-us-sphere’, but he usually has something interesting to say. 🙂

Binged on season two of “Manhattan” last night. Watched all ten episodes. That was one heck of a television series. I betcha the guy who first described television as ‘the wasteland’ would have been positively impressed-

But then I woke up with a wicked headache this morning, and after a little bit of coffee and pleasant distraction later and I was fine.

I did let Jassper drag me up and down the street around sunset, he needed to sniff ever inch of both sides of our cul-de-sac here. & he only needed to roll around and bond with the snow and ice twice, but he did need to stick his nose deeply into snow banks in several spots, had to be reminded to, “Easy- Take it easy!” several times and only nearly yanked me off my feet once.

Re: Mercury Retrograde: I seem to be deeply introspective about my writing this time. & Deeply concerned about what I ‘put out there’ and/or leave behind when I graduate to the next level of existence – I would much rather leave behind a positively inspiring legacy than be rolling in riches. Now where do I concentrate my efforts? Hmmmmm-

— Introspectively yours,

~~~~~ Jim

 

-Successful Import from ‘infected’ blog-!

Sunday, Father’s Day, June 21, 2015 -( 12°C / 54°F & raining @ 11:11 am in our soggy corner of Atlantic Canada )-

book cover

The Energy Non Crisis by Chaplain  Lindsey Williams

— We thought we lost all the content on a blog that was hosted on another server. But we knocked ourselves out and learned how to fix problems that shut down the other server and then learned how to export content from the ‘infected’ blog to this one.

— And it looked like the process worked. At least, so far-

— We may have lost some photos and images, but I can’t tell for certain yet.

— & right now I’m trying hard to remember what the header image on the old site looked like.

— But anyway, Doug Otterson did a lot of work on the original blog and much of what we managed to import was work he had done, including quite a few pages copied from Indigo Night Eagle’s older blog.

— Um we hope you enjoy or at least find this interesting.

— Thanks,

~~~~~ Jim

-Archives- Arnprior & Original Globe Theatre Construction – Dec., 2009

Monday, 28 December, 2009

Afternoon snow falling near the museum in Arnprior. -jrw-

 

-Arnprior, Ontario, Canada.

Today was the Boxing Day holiday for federal employees and bankers.

Kind of a grey day, we had a bit of snow in the afternoon.

& The famous Globe Theatre in Stratford on the Avon had its construction begun on this day in the late 1500’s.

—–Jim