Monthly Archives: June 2008
It’s right there on the receipt. I just bought an 8 gig memory stick for 29 bucks. Makes you nostalgic for the good new days of unbridled capitalism, doesn’t it?
It even makes me feel a bit sorry for kids today. … Continue reading
George Smitherman has again failed to produce his promised glorious 10-Year Plan for saving health care in Ontario. It’s like sitting in a fancy restaurant with a mouth-watering menu and great prices but whatever you order you invariably get a … Continue reading
It is too easy to apologize for history. Sometimes it is necessary. But “sorry” doesn’t make the past go away or let us substitute our imaginings for fact.
The first problem with historical apologies is that they are about what someone … Continue reading