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Nov

The JFK conspiracy mill grinds on

It’s November 22, 2017, the 54th anniversary of the JFK assassination, and just weeks after a dump of Kennedy assassination documents from the U.S. National Archives.
Documents which, much to the dismay of the Oliver Stones of the world, tell us nothing and in no conceivable manner point in the direction of a smoking gun.
That’s because there is no smoking gun.

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26
Nov
The good, the bad & the ugly

The good, the bad & the ugly

As a younger man I used to read a lot of sports biographies. In recent years, not so much. But I made an exception recently when I got my hands on a copy of You Can’t Make This Up: Miracles, Memories, and the Perfect Marriage of Sports and Television.

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26
Nov
Remembering Brownlow Brother Patrick

Remembering Brownlow Brother Patrick

On November 19 I rejoiced at the birth of my second great grandchild. My first granddaughter Rebecca and her wonderful husband Graham brought this bundle of joy into the world.
The very next day I lost a friend, and the day after that I celebrated my 79th birthday. I guess you could call that the circle of life.

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12
Nov
Apples & oranges...

Apples & oranges...

I’d imagine the last thing a Nazi concentration camp survivor would want to hear is a lecture from amateur historian Daniel Paul comparing Edward Cornwallis to Hitler, but that’s apparently what Nate Leipciger got during an event at the Halifax Central Library the other night.

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12
Nov
Where are Andy and Ian?

Where are Andy and Ian?

Many Asian people, upon moving to our hemisphere, informally adopt a North American first name, probably to make it easier for us to say their name without embarrassing ourselves, or insulting them.
Shen Chiu Tsou did that, too. Born on August 11, 1975, “Andy” was 29 years old when he disappeared in early summer, 2005.

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