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Bruce Allen’s Reality Check on Mayor Gregor Robertson Post Canuck Game 7 Loss Riot 2011

I wholeheartedly agree with Bruce Allen (like I usually do). I didn’t like Robertson even…

June 16, 2011

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humour · in the news · rants · video

Animals in Captivity Debate Refueled by Recent Baby Beluga Death

“Animals in captivity debate refueled” was the latest headline sparked by a recent death of…

June 24, 2010

business · in the news · personal · rants

The End of Barwatch or Just the End of Barwatch as We Know it?

It’s official! BC’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, David Loukidelis, has ruled against Vancouver’s Barwatch Program…

July 22, 2009

in the news · privacy · rants

BC’s Information and Privacy Commissioner Has Ruled Against Barwatch

BC’s Information and Privacy Commissioner has ruled against Vancouver’s Barwatch Program. The commissioner has ruled…

July 21, 2009

arts & entertainment · music · rants · video

Diana Krall – Quiet Nights Concert in Vancouver

So, I went to see Diana Krall last Thursday night. What can I say, amazing…

May 18, 2009

politics · rants

The STVerdict!

In large rural constituencies, it is possible that most or all elected MLAs may come from a major town within that riding. Why? Because most of the voters would come from the same town. The same could apply to city constituencies like in Vancouver, where west side residents are more likely to vote than eastsiders, for example. Thus, electing city councilors from their locale. (This is the same argument of ‘western alienation’ that Western Canada has been clamouring for years!)

May 14, 2009

arts & entertainment · music

U2, Here We Come!

So I set my alarm 5 minutes before 10AM awaiting the release of U2 tickets…

April 11, 2009

arts & entertainment · dining · personal

12B – A Unique Restaurant Idea

A girlfriend of mine recently celebrated her birthday at some person’s place. Turns out, this…

March 26, 2009