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EVENTS: Information & Active Living Fair, Oct. 2 . . . free lunch to 300 early registrants

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REG amuses...: I hate restrooms at Home Depot

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VOTE2019: An excellent chart comparing the PLATFORMS of the major federal parties

Following the election campaign is easier if you have a chart comparing the PLATFORMS of the major federal parties.

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EDITORIALS: Quebec law vs Cda Charter of Rights

  Which supercedes the other? Quebec 21 or Canada Charter of Rights?

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From NAKINA...: Sept. 16 – Jazz, Friday 13th, and gardening

Jazz, fighting the crowd at Fri 12th in Dover, and veggie thievery!

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VOTE2019: There are 4 MAJOR issues facing Canadian in this federal election

Canadians face FOUR MAJOR issues in this federal election.

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NEWS: Get to know Toronto Star journalists

We like the Toronto Star, especially the digital version, because they have some of the very best journalists reporting and commenting on the news today, Dimanno, Mallick, Delacourt, Scoffield to name a few.

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EDITORIALS: How to keep up with the news

A senior once told us, to be really educated “you must read a newspaper front to back every day.” That may have been true in bygone times, but today, one newspaper may not get you to the the land of … Continue reading

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VOTE2019: Comparing the election debates, CDN – USA; USA more controlled

Typical Canadian, Paul Wells, Maclean’s magazine columnist and moderator of the leaders debate held in Toronto at the outset of the campaign, exemplifies Canadian personas to a ‘T.” When the debate got out of hand, he politely sat back and … Continue reading

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AGEING: Age with elegance

A worthwhile read if you want to ‘age with elegance…’: ELEGANT AGING

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HEALTH: Alzheimers or anosognosia?

If you are over 60 and occasionally have memory lapses…

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VOTE2019: sept: ALL CANDIDATES FORUMS

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BRUNO's ramblings...: Sept: Fall’s coming too soon

Fall is coming too soon for me!

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VOTE2019: Poll confusion clarified by CBC

CBC confused poll watchers. Finally clarifies its mess.

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VOTE2019: Singh or May: who’ll be the new kingmaker

The Canadian federal election is on. The two major parties are tied in the polls. They’re neck and neck in reality. Justin isn’t getting a sweeping majority. Either is Andrew. But… Third parties hold power to make the kingElizabeth May … Continue reading

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AGEING: Vaping in my day

I vaped many years ago….

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HEALTH: The Top Five Regrets of the Dying

Bronnie Ware, an Australian nurse who spent several years caring for patients during the last 12 weeks of their lives, asked her patients about “any regrets they had or anything they would do differently.”

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HEALTH: 7 tips to help with weight loss

Here, seven simple changes that can help you reach your wellness goals:

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EVENTS: Wellness seminar, Sept 24

Mental health seminar. Registration: 905 420 4660

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From NAKINA...: Sept 9 – considering athletic engagement again…feeling his oats

Feeling good…so considering athletic engagements

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NEWS: TorStar prints retraction, correction and explanation

Toronto Star sent a breaking news email notification which was erroneous. What an error for the biggest newspaper in the country. Minutes later the correction replacing the erroneous email notification was sent out. Star public editor, Kathy English, writes an … Continue reading

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VOTE2019: Platform PROMISES chart

An examination of the federal parties policy promises shows the parties are campaigning for the middle class votes.

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NEWS: Toronto Star prints a real doozy

Take a look at the email sent out by the Star less than two hours after Andreescu won the US Open defeating Williams by the scores indicated in the Star email:

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HEALTH: Slow the aging process

AGING CAN BE SLOWED DOWN

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POLITICS: Remarrying widow mourns loss of LIBERAL husband

Virgin Bride on Her 4th Wedding A woman married three times walked into an Ottawa bridal shop and told the sales clerk  she was looking for a wedding gown for her fourth wedding.

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VOTE2019: Need for economic democratization

The economy isn’t working for most Canadians

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VOTE2019: Federal candidates PICKERING-Uxbridge

The FOUR candidates campaigning in the PICKERING-UXBRIDGE riding are shown below. Click on the candidate to access their website.       Email:  cchisu@rogers.com Email:  peter.forint@greenparty.ca Email:  info@cymamusarat.ca Email:  jennifer.oconnell@parl.gc.ca  

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VOTE2019: A LIBERAL CANDIDATE to watch

Jennifer O’Connell, an MP and the incumbent for Pickering-Uxbridge, is a Liberal to watch.

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VOTE2019: Federal CANDIDATES – full list

The site for the list of FEDERAL ELECTION CANDIDATES:  LIST The similar list shown below displays that you choose your riding in the ‘FEDERAL ELECTION CANDIDATES’ LIST by clicking it in the left column.

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VOTE2019: TRUDEAU: a heavyweight against lightweights

The “heavy weight” will deliver the knock outs when the others enter the campaign ring.

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VOTE2019: SCHEER…Conservative leader is tough to support

Scheer and his party, the Conservatives lead in all the polls, by the skin of their teeth.

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VOTE2019: Easy access to the major elections POLLS

Election polls are like a scab. You know you shouldn’t pick it but you can’t resist. Polls are notorious for poor predictions but we still can’t resist looking at them in hopes that we get a peek at the future. … Continue reading

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EAT RIGHT, LIVE BETTER...by LISA: Loblaws SEPT store calendar

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Lisa RECIPES: Warm Quinoa, Spinach & Shitake Salad

This is one of my favourite recipes as the weather cools.

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EAT RIGHT, LIVE BETTER...by LISA: Fight the flu by eating better

Staying ahead of the flu by eating better.

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EDITORIALS: Hong Kong…your position?

Where should you stand on the Hong Kong demonstrations?

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VOTE2019: Better election polls

Some election polls are better than others.

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KUDOS: Seldom we see hit or miss with good intent but how heartwarming it is when good intentions are received in the same spirit of the intent.

Today I tipped my hat again to Phillips Lifeline, my number one Service Provider agency for a perfect closure to a service which was delivered to my family with precision and care.

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EDITORIALS: Ban teachers, not cell phones

My Scottie, Fermo, has more common sense. School trustees, administrators and teachers are barking up the wrong tree._Fermo_concurs.

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From NAKINA...: Sept 2 – AI, iPhones, technology

AI, iPhones, technology….not something Rotzy favours … but it its invasion is relentless.

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HEALTH: Drug shortages may affect travel insurance coverage

Many Canadian snowbirds may soon be grounded.

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MONEY: Personal financial tips

Saving money is easier than you think…

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EVENTS: Adult entertainment in the ESCAPE ROOM, Oct. 17, 5pm

The ESCAPE ROOM is entertainment for older people, not for kids.

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EVENTS: iCloud, learn how you can use it, Sept. 26, 6:00pm

An “iCloud” can have a silver lining for you.

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EVENTS: Older adults POLICE ACADEMY, Sept. 16 – 20

A city sponsored event where you will learn about improving personal safety, scams, frauds and much more relating to your personal physical and financial security.

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RICHARD reads reviews: MEMORY MAN, David Baldacci

Memory ManDavid Baldacci

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VOTE2019: LIBERALS lack class

Former Prime Minister candidate shows his lack of class in towing the party line.

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VOTE2019: Federal election poll – FUZION

The reliability of election polls is unpredictable.

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JUST MY OPINION...: Learning about Tenant-Landlord rights

Protecting the rights of less empowered people of our society seems justificable, but is it real justice always served?

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VOTE2019: Canadian election POLLS as per CBC.ca/polltracker

View the latest FEDERAL PARTY POLLS as per CBC:

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From NAKINA...: Aug 26 – Grandson visits, mental surfin’

Grandson visits and some summertime mental surfin’…

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EVENTS: Tea time, afternoons, Sept 9 – Nov. 25

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HEALTH: What we get wrong about our metabolism

Changing your weight is more difficult than you think.

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VOTE2019: Liberals pirates show no class

That ship has sailed.

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Lisa RECIPES: Whole grain Lemon Raspberry Pancakes

This is healthy eating?  Yup, prepared this way, you get more fibre in your diet.

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BOOK_NEWS: The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming , David Wallace-Wells

Fear mongering or forewarning, a book that illuminates as it educates.

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BOOK_NEWS: Where the Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens

Murder, murder, suspense, romance and education, all packed between paper covers.

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VOTE2019: SINGH, NDP leader, promises much in campaign desperation

Jagmet Singh demonstrates himself to be a federal party leader who is worthy of real consideration for the office of Prime Minister.

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MONEY: Know your insurance plans

Know your insurance policy. Don’t wait until disaster strikes to find out about your coverage.

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RICHARD's desk: Historical tidbits…”an arm and a leg”

Ever pay an ‘arm and a leg’ for something… In George Washington’s day, there were no cameras. One’s  image was either sculpted or painted.  Some paintings of George Washington showed him standing behind a desk with one arm behind his … Continue reading

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From NAKINA...: Aug. 19 – State of the Canadian union message

State of the union message…Toronto, Trudeau, the old bod’ and global warming. Toronto The Good?‘Good for what’? you may ask. Not sure who coined that phrase, but it was likely first heard half a century or more ago….perhaps in the … Continue reading

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RICHARD reads reviews: SIXTH MAN, David Baldacci

The plot is a stretch in credulity but not in its ultimate destination.

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BOOK_NEWS: Loanstars SEPTEMBER selections

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RICHARD's desk: What’s the story?

What’s the story behind the story?

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Lisa RECIPES: One-Pan Zucchini Noodle and White Bean Puttanesca

Ingredients 2 tbsp (25 mL)  olive oil 1 cup (250 mL)  PC Cherry Tomatoes 2  cloves garlic, minced 1/2 tsp (2 mL)  salt 1/4 tsp (1 mL)  freshly ground black pepper Pinch (0.5 mL)  hot pepper flakes 1 can (540 mL)  PC … Continue reading

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EVENTS: Mallwalker Club Breakfast

 

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HEALTH: 25 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Dementia

25 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Dementia

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VOTE2019: COMPARISON CHARTS: Federal party Platforms

Though the policies get modified and changed throughout the campaign, a rough comparison of the major federal party policies is displayed below in these categories: [ Open each category image in a new tab and zoom in to see text larger. … Continue reading

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RICHARD's desk: Couch potato alert !

Get active Learn something Stimulate your mind Activate your memory…

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From NAKINA...: Aug 12 – mid-summer, mental meandering

It’s summer. So wandering around mentally is acceptable and Rotzy’s wandered around a few topics.

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REG amuses...: Medical exam

A woman brought a very limp duck into a veterinary surgeon. As she laid her pet on the table, the vet pulled out his stethoscope and listened to the bird’s chest. After a moment or two, the vet shook his … Continue reading

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VOTE2019: FEDERAL PARTIES’ Policies relating to SENIORS

LIBERALSSome of the legislation, policies and promises from the Liberals.1. Restored age of eligibility for Old Age Security (OAS) to 652. Increased Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) by 10 percent3. Increased allowable income recipients can earn before GIS is clawed back4. … Continue reading

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FERMO's Desk...: A bit of Fermo humour….

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HUMOUR: Only in Germany…

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From NAKINA...: AUG 5 – Patio living in Brantford

Patio life has rules and guidelines…it ain’t total freedom! Reader’s WriteAnd this one was responding to my concern in last week’s column as to why there are far fewer stars in the night sky in and around Brant’s Ford in … Continue reading

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RECIPES: My first PINEAPPLE UPSIDE DOWN CAKE ever !

My dad, a professional chef, baked the best Pineapple Upside Down Cakes in the world. I just had to try my hand at it and according to the neighbour taste testers, it was a success. Then….a maple syrup with cream … Continue reading

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MOVIES: Top 10 movies to watch in summer 2019

Summer movies you should consider seeing….

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BRUNO's ramblings...: Summer’s winding down

Ya can hear it in Bruno’s voice, “Summer is winding down.”

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POLITICS: Is our society in decline?

Ever try arguing with a rock?

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JUST MY OPINION...: The Squad demonstrates Trump’s racism

‘THE SQUAD’  indicates Trump as being a racist.

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ARCHIVES: Memories of the Grand Ole EX

The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), also known as The Exhibition or The Ex, is an annual event that takes place at Exhibition Place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, during the 18 days leading up to and including Canadian Labour Day, the … Continue reading

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BOOK_NEWS: Loanstars AUGUST selections

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BOOK CLUBS OF PPL: Loanstars – notable books of the month

Each month the librarians across Canada select the books they believe should be available in the country’s libary system. Click the links for your selected month: AUGUST SEPTEMBER

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From NAKINA...: July 29 – What jobs do convicts work on now days?

Rotzy is wondering who is producing our lousy license plates these days…hmm, something to consider, eh!

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Lisa RECIPES: No Mayo Broccoli Salad

A healthier broccoli salad as we substitue yogurt for the mayo.

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ERMA's desk...: In praise of good service…

We have the ability to serve each other in a manner that the experience leaves the recipient with dignity and a smile which is reflective of the power of “one”.

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RICHARD's desk: How Richard works…

Be ready for surprises all the time….

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RICHARD reads reviews: The LONG ROAD TO MERCY, D. Baldacci

Another winner from David Baldacci.

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HEALTH: Maintain strong bones as you age

“We continue to build bone mass until age 30,” says Tina Dreger, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon at the Mayo Clinic Health System. “After age 30, we break down more bone than we rebuild.”

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From NAKINA...: July 22 – what bugs Rotzy about summer in Brantford

Summer bugs Rotzy in many ways…

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RECIPES_TRY: Milk Calendar 2019

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RICHARD reads reviews: BECOMING, by Michelle Obama

Becoming justifiably deserves to be labelled a bestseller.

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From NAKINA...: July 15 – Road rage heats up

Rotzy’s getting testier with each driving episode…road rage rides on in Brantford

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HEALTH: Canada’s healthcare trumps America’s

Canada’s healthcare system beats the USA unequivocally. Political considerationsThere is an important preface to comparing Canadian and American healthcare costs: life philosophy. What is your view on government regulation vs government involvement in the lives of citizens? What is your … Continue reading

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From NAKINA...: July 8 – health update and more

Summer’s getting better, and Rotzy is too.

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RICHARD reads reviews: PAST TENSE, Lee Child

Tedious and taxing, not typical Lee Child.

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From NAKINA...: July 8 – Bouncing back with summer arrival

As summer arrives, Rotzy’s health returns to ‘feeling darn good’ status.

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Lisa RECIPES: Soothe summer with smoothies

Here’s a smoothie that is an un expectedly nice surprise.

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From NAKINA...: July 1 – Ford, lawns, all complainable in Brantford

Summer bliss hasn’t hit Queens Park yet. Wondering if it will in the next year?

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JUST MY OPINION...: Let’s bring Sportsmanship back into sports

Sportsmanship is being lost in sports today. It is a really sad loss for us all.

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From NAKINA...: June 24 – Horwath suggests 14 yr olds should be able to vote

Rotzy’s flabbergasted everywhere this week…but medium pizza with olive is better in Nakina Are You Kidding Me??!!And making (almost) headlines in the news. I’m talking about Orenthal James Simpson, who is apparently posting messages on Twitter*tm, altho it seems that … Continue reading

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RICHARD reads reviews: Claws of the Panda

Every bear is dangerous. Pandas’ looks deceive. They are bears.

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BRUNO's ramblings...: Celebrate Canada Day with gusto !

A reminder that Canada Day really deserves great celebration. Canada Day July 1Are you attending a local celebration? By yourselves or with family? Have to get out into that wonderful fresh air surrounded by the sounds of celebration:  laughs, giggles, … Continue reading

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ARCHIVES: Richard and Fermo recovering slowly…

Both Richard and Fermo had serious surgeries in early July, perforated gall bladder and major dental work. We are both recovering slowly, though Fermo is mending faster than I am.

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From NAKINA...: June 17 – Nice when the world unfolds as it should

Always nice when the world returns to unfolding as it should. Rotzy back on a roll again after a few bumps in his digital roadway.

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HEALTH: What’s your blood type? You should know

In an emergency, could you state your blood type?

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HEALTH: Avoid a stroke on your nite time pee break

Strokes are very common at night The most likely reason is that when that person woke up to go to the bathroom, he/she got up from bed in a hurry; but the brain needs greater blood flow, for having rested, … Continue reading

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From NAKINA...: June 11 – Somedays one should just stay in bed

There are days when the pillow may be the best thing you’ll see all day….stay in bed!

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ERMA's desk...: Thoughts to ponder: The cognitive dissonance of Fathers Day

A home with young children/young family and the father who is absent may appear normal in our world today, but the truth is a father figure in the home is foundational. We have seen so many families without a father … Continue reading

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RICHARD reads reviews: The Language of Flowers, Vanessa Diffenbaugh

The Language of FlowersVanessa Diffenbaugh Synopsis(Goodreads)A mesmerizing, moving, and elegantly written debut novel, The Language of Flowers beautifully weaves past and present, creating a vivid portrait of an unforgettable woman whose gift for flowers helps her change the lives of … Continue reading

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EDITORIALS: ”Why Do British People NOT Like Trump?”

A well-written response to the question ”Why Do British People NOT Like Trump?” Unfortunately, the boorish Americans will never agree there may be some real content to the piece, that they truly are boors and if you push your point, … Continue reading

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From NAKINA...: June 5 – Man of the earth but soiling can go a bit too far.

A man who tills the soil and soils the till.         Rotzy’s a man of the soil…who knew? Readers WriteI liked this one as it (sorta) ‘hits home’ for yours truly and perhaps others in my age … Continue reading

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ERMA's desk...: There’s so much in a name.

  “There may be a connection between your name and what you are gifted to do. There seems to be a common thread that runs in the name May. One word to describe women with the name May, “creative” because … Continue reading

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BOOK_NEWS: Former CEO gone, 4 months

 

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JUST MY OPINION...: Becoming, Michelle Obama

Eloquent, engaging and educational…an evening with Michelle Obama

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BRUNO's ramblings...: Looking forward to Dad’s 94th birthday…quiet a Father’s Day

Mother’s Day celebrated mom’s 90th, Father’s Day will be a celebration of his 94th.

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RICHARD reads reviews: STONE COLD, David Baldacci

Another in the Baldacci series, Camel Club

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From NAKINA...: May 27 – And the spring’s back in Rotzy’s step

Spring’s back and it’s back in Rotzy’s step too…ya can see it again. Bravo Rotzy!

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RICHARD reads reviews: The RECKONING, John Grisham

Every author eventually dreams of channelling of Harper Lee and creating a comparable classic to her incomparable one, To Kill A Mockingbird. Grisham comes closer than any author I have read.

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iPad: iPad CAMERA and PHOTOS

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EDITORIALS: Beware the sleeping dragon…

China, the sleeping dragon may be awakening…

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MONEY: Seniors and saving $$$

Save, save, save… a website loaded with money-saving advice, ideas and coupons.

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Lisa RECIPES: Lentil Avocado Bruschetta

Ingredients1 cup (250 mL)             Green lentils¼ cup (60 mL)              Finely chopped fresh basil1 cup (250 mL)             Chopped fresh tomatoes, or halves cherry tomatoes2 Garlic cloves, minced1 Tbsp + 2 tsp (17mL)  Olive oil1 Tbsp (15 mL)            Vinegar (white … Continue reading

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HEALTH: Ontario Health Regulators website

The Ontario Health Regulators website ontariohealthregulators.ca is a search site for information relating to following: Finding a health professional such as a physician, dentist, optician, or other health professional practising in Ontario; Confirming the qualifications of a known health professional … Continue reading

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RICHARD reads reviews: A DELICATE TOUCH, Stuart Woods

A Delicate TouchStuart Woods

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