Greetings all. I have just started a new blog, Death By Trolley. From its About section: Death By Trolley is a soapbox and a centre for discussion on the political economies and ethical issues surrounding health care, the mass media, civil liberties, social issues, and other things that catch the interest or ire of a … Continue reading
“How’d ya guess?” “Well, first I saw your luggage and then when I saw the plane tickets I kind of put two and two together.”
The hit TV show Cheers may be long gone but its legacy lives on in Korea, where there are at least a handful of Cheers bars. A new chum of mine in Seoul, Nick, who is a talented saxaphonist, had the fun idea of playing the Cheers theme song in front of the Cheers bar … Continue reading
Hey all, I’m now in Seoul. This is a post on my trip to and first day in Korea. It’s been a very interesting day or two. Tuesday (Toronto time): I leave my home, which is located just outside of Toronto, at 840 PM. I hang around Toronto’s Pearson International Airport for a bit before … Continue reading
Greetings all, I’ll not be posting over the next 2 days or so as I’m about to fly off to Korea for what is expected to be a 1 or 2 year stay. Since I usually post just about everyday, I figured I’d leave a quick note about this absence so people don’t start suspecting … Continue reading
Over 85.5 million have watched it. 157,000 text comments have been left. It is the Evolution of Dance.
Alongside a well-placed ad from the Cult of Scientology encouraging viewers to “Get the facts” is an article by John Brown entitled The Ideal Scientologist: Konrad Aigner. This must-read story summarizes the life and death in Scientology of Konrad Aigner. Aigner joined the cult in 1976, after leaving his family’s German farm to take up … Continue reading
A London protester who goes by the pseudonym “Epic Nose Guy” was handed a Court Summons yesterday at Operation: FairGameStop in London for not giving up his right to accurately refer to the Cult of Scientology as a cult. ENG was told by an officer to discontinue displaying his sign and was given 30 minutes … Continue reading