Happy Canada Day Weekend
More to come tomorrow, I hope. I have a couple of videos stashed away I want to post. Stay tuned!!!
Meantime, enjoy. And remember, it is "Canada Day" not "Harper Day". "Harperland" is fake.
Enjoy your weekend,
citizens workers kiddiesconsumers!
Missed Mass? Feeling guilty? Not to worry, binky. Sunday Afternoon Services for Slackers has your back.
The Weber Brothers. Amen. With a big tip o' the mitre to Sister Sooey. Go visit. Tell her an older boy told you to do it.
An invitation to add your name to an invitation:
Invite Minister Oliver.
Season opener. Riders at Esks. Game time 1:30 pm. Roster and depth charts here.
4:52 pm update: YAY!!!
Welcome to the weekend, kiddies!
(P.S. At the 1:30 mark, they KICK it!!!)
In case you missed it ...
" Wondering what I can accomplish today is not on my mind. What concerns me most is that young people, like I was once, are still facing the same challenges. Now the stakes are higher, there is less time and the force of oppression is technologically and philosophically greater than when we were young. I fear for you. I fear that we did not do enough in our time to buffer the suffering manifested in poverty wages if any at all, the continued loss of our Indigenous life-ways and jurisdiction, and the sickness and death of the earth's life cycles."
I wonder, too. I have never truly defined any goals for myself, which probably accounts for (what society would say is) my lack of success.
I have always had the vague hope, however, that I would leave this world in, at the least, the same shape that I found it, and hopefully, better.
I was lucky enough to find work which helped people - directly, or indirectly - with their education, and/or in dealing with the difficulties they faced.
Right now, I am somewhere between the top of the eighth and the bottom of the ninth (h/t James Lee Burke and Lord Vanscoy). And it looks to me for all the world like this country has descended once again into the dark ages.
There are pinpricks of light. I know that there are people out there of courage and good heart. I still have hope (faint) but no faith.
("Is evil then triumphant?")
Our system is broken. Our world is broken. I am sorry that I could not have done more. I fear the world that my grandchildren will face, but, coward that I am, I am glad that I will not have to watch.
To Serve and Protect
Have a good weekend kiddies. But let's be careful out there.
And for those of us hypervigilant (okay paranoic) folks out there, let's please remember that surveillance is a two-way street.
More at Dawg's Blawg
Welcome to the weekend, kiddies. There's lots to celebrate.
Here's to all the Wikkans and Scandinavians out observing the summer solstice. In the rain, no less.
And Happy National Aboriginal Day!
P.S. - The talent in this country is amazing. Big tip o' the hat to Morag - from back in my Facebook days.
Cat v. Dog
Redditor Bluesberry types 'My mom ordered a graduation cake with a cap drawn on. I guess they misheard.'
(h/t The Poke.)
Want to miss church this morning? Pitch up on the couch in your pj's and drink coffee? Need absolution?
No fear, kiddies. Sunday Morning Services for Slackers has your back. This should do it. Get Right Church, courtesy of Brother pogge, bless'm.
And Happy Father's Day, dads!!!
Unfortunate Publishing Layouts Of Our Time
Watch it, Edmonton!
Welcome to the weekend, kiddies!
And GO RIDERS!
In Today's Headlines
Harper's Conservative Party Base Agitated As PM Strays Far From His Roots
Beloved Leader Not Draconian Enough For Party Mouth-Breathers.
Also in the headlines:
Mulcair: "Don't you know who I am?"
Cop: "No sir, I don't, but I shall make inquiries and inform you directly."
Pre-season opener at Edmonton. TSN. 7:00 pm.
"The talent assembled by Rider GM Brendan Taman and his staff reads like a veritable CFL All-Star team."
Read the rest here: Rod's Blog.
Depth chart and roster here: Riders' Roster Set for Preseason Action VS Eskimos
Well played, dog!
Helpful Hint for Dog Owners
"What happens if a big asteroid hits Earth? Judging from realistic simulations involving a sledge hammer and a common laboratory frog, we can assume it will be pretty bad."
- Dave Barry (h/t Candice!)
Truth Comes Out
"Hear the big cats comin cuz there's nowhere left to go".
Slept in? Missed mass? Feeling a little guilty, are we? Is that what's troubling you, Binky?
No fear. Sunday Morning Services is back on the air. Radio Free Gronlid.
Just touch your monitor for point-of-contact.
Gronlid's Last Dance
Gronlid's Last Dance
"Main Street in Gronlid is silent.
It's only a block long. There's a saloon, a post office, a small firehall and, at the end, the community hall, a curved wooden structure familiar to anyone who has spent time in small towns or villages, like a horizontal cylinder that's two-thirds buried.
On this sunny Saturday afternoon, you can sit for a half-hour and see only one or two cars drive by. But tonight will be different. Tonight, the block will be packed with vehicles and the hall will be packed with friendly faces."
Read more ...
More pictures here.
How a cow eats and poops.
Welcome to the weekend, kiddies. Rock and ROLL!!!
The STONES, man ...
Discouragement for young writers
h/t the woodshed
The Responsible Resource Development Plan