Monthly Archives: July 2007

Weather prediction is a guessing game

Today’s column is about global warming. Sitting down to write it made a nice break from all the hard physical chores we’re tackling thanks to the unseasonably cool weather.
Yes, unseasonably cool. As the July 16 Citizen reported, “Ottawa’s summer … Continue reading

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Not bad for a boring crack slum

Apparently Ottawa is not just drab, it’s also a crack den. I trust I will not be accused of mindless civic boosterism if I say things aren’t that bad in the Ottawa I inhabit, which is mostly pleasant, with excellent … Continue reading

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We win peace by winning the war

The British doctors’ plot certainly helps clarify things. I am glad the operation was a failure and the patients did not die for the obvious reasons. But also because it helps me discuss the merits of this botched atrocity.
First, its … Continue reading

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