Monthly Archives: November 2004

We need a time of goodwill, but not two months of it

We wish you a Merry Christmas. We wish you a Merry Christmas. We wish you a Merry… CLICK. For crying out loud, it’s November.
Malls are already tormenting me with Christmas carols, blaring from outdoor speakers no less, and … Continue reading

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Build a better cockroach and, well, I’m not sure

The way technology is developing, soon we’ll have R2D2s just about everywhere, if we don’t watch out.
Monday’s Citizen, for instance, says scientists are working on a robot cockroach. Does not compute. In what way is the … Continue reading

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And John saw that it was good

And the lamb lies down on … the Outaouais. Yes, the Outaouais. Or at least at the Casino du Lac Leamy theatre.
Some people will have no idea what that opening line was about, and if I throw in … Continue reading

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It’s a myth that George Bush’s win was hard to predict

Pardon me while I do an end-zone victory dance. Oooga chacka!! Oooga chacka!! Bush Bush Bush! (Now please imagine me doing a back flip and not landing on my head.) Not only did my candidate win, but I predicted his … Continue reading

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