Monthly Archives: June 2014

RAVES and more: Canada, I love you !

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Please forward this post to others. With appreciation, Richard         I love Canada I am an immigrant coming to Canada from Germany after WWII. I was two years old, an age at which  I could not appreciate … Continue reading

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SCAMS - FRAUDS ALERT: Canada’s Anti Spam Legislation and me

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Please forward this post to others. With appreciation, RichardMy message, in short: The Canadian government has anti spam legislation in place. To not contravene the law, I must ask people I email to formerly AGREE (give me permission to email … Continue reading

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SENIORS: You’re killing me ! Get off the road !

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Please forward this post to others. With appreciation, RichardI am really upset. Twice in less than a week I have witnessed a traffic incident which has frightened the living daylights out of me, and in both instances a senior was … Continue reading

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BOOK: MURDER in the WHITE HOUSE by Margaret Truman

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Please forward this post to others. With appreciation, RichardYes, Harry Truman,the 33rd president of the United States was her father. Like her father, she was born in Independence, Missouri, in 1923, and pursued a career as a singer. She must … Continue reading

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BOOK NEWS: The members were as sharp as ever

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Please forward this post to others. With appreciation, RichardThe members comments at our most recent club meeting were as sharp as could be…I felt every prick of those verbal jabs ladies! I still wont recommend that Walter book. He wasted … Continue reading

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ARCHIVES: In memory of D Day and our soldiers

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Please forward this post to others. With appreciation, Richard If any of you have ever been to a military funeral in which The Last Post was played; This brings out a new meaning of it. Here is something everyone should … Continue reading

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BOOK: BEAUTIFUL RUINS by Jess Walter

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Please forward this post to others. With appreciation, Richard “Disjointed” is one of the words that comes to mind when I examine “Beautiful Ruins” by Jess Walter. Also, ‘confusing,’ ‘incoherent,’ ‘disorganized.’ Simply put, this book was hard to follow. It … Continue reading

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ENRICHED LIVES: Barbara Rivett, a faerie assistant to Mother Nature

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Please forward this post to others. With appreciation, Richard I am inaugurating this new section of my blog with a bio about BARBARA RIVETT, “The faerie assistant to Mother Nature.”  Barbara, a loving mother of 4, caring grandmother of 11 and … Continue reading

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RAVES and more: Food for thought !

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Please forward this post to others. With appreciation, RichardThree statements tell you a lot about the American government and their culture: We are advised to NOT judge ALL Muslims by the actions of a few lunatics, but we are encouraged … Continue reading

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SENIORS: The right to drive…expiration dated !

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Please forward this post to others. With appreciation, Richard I ride a motorcycle and with no serious mishaps to date, in over a quarter million km. But I believe my days are numbered the way I see vehicle drivers driving … Continue reading

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