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Good afternoon everyone! I hope everyone has had found amusing links without me. If you have not, I am here to provide some fascinating blogs, links and other stories I found while perusing the Internet. As for the title of this post? Well it’s quite blogcentric and I feel quite guilty that my updates have been less than frequent. Perhaps these links will alleviate your anxiety of my lack of posts :).

Things You Wouldn’t Know if We Didn’t Blog Incessantly

TYWKIWDBI Title Page

TYWKIWDBI Title Page

This is wonderful blog (with a rather long but appropriate name) provides a frequent dose of humorous, fascinating and interesting posts. Before you start perusing the entire archive from the latest page to the very first, may I recommend: cat ladders, cap gun nostalgia, changing demographics compromise social security and Whales seeking Humans. One of the best reasons why I peruse this website is for its links to even more interesting

Rolling Around In My Head

An engaging and insightful blog written by a fellow Canadian, Dave Hingsburger, from Toronto, Ontario. The truth is I cannot do much justice in my description of it. I simply say it is a must-read! I feel the life experiences of the author become teachable moments where readers are encouraged to reflect and think about how they interact with the world around them. I actually found this blog through TYWKIWDBI.

Shorpy

May 9, 1960. Case Study House #22. Stahl residence at 1635 Woods Drive, Los Angeles. Architect: Pierre Koenig. Color transparency by Julius Shulman, who died Wednesday in California at age 98.

May 9, 1960. Case Study House #22. Stahl residence at 1635 Woods Drive, Los Angeles. Architect: Pierre Koenig." Color transparency by Julius Shulman, who died Wednesday in California at age 98.

Shorpy is an online archive of thousands of high-resolution photos from the 1850s to 1950s. Our namesake, Shorpy Higginbotham, was a teenage coal miner who lived 100 years ago.

My latest source of vintage eye candy. No words can do it justice, I mean…it’s an image blog. You have to see it to appreciate it. 🙂

Simon’s Cat – Animated Web Series

Adorably annoying, although a friend of mine wondered why Simon doesn’t simply spray the hungry cat with a water bottle to stop the bad behavior. There’s a book coming out, here’s the website for details.

That’s all folks! Hope these will occupy you until we meet again :)!

– Vic De Zen

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– Vic de Zen

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    Toronto police Supt. Ron Taverner was offered the top position at the Ontario Cannabis Store and considered for a deputy minister post in the months leading up to his appointment to the job of Ontario Provincial Police commissioner, sources have told the Star. Taverner, a close friend of Premier Doug Ford, rejected the idea of running the government cannabis […]
    Kevin Donovan - Chief Investigative Reporter
  • Everything about Lyme disease is steeped in controversy. Now some doctors are too afraid to treat patients December 14, 2018
    Bruce Shilton’s crippling fatigue left him bedridden for six months. Sue Faber was so forgetful, she couldn’t remember her daughters’ birthdates. And Andrea Smith’s relentless aches sent her into a deep depression.All three Canadians say they are struggling with a chronic form of Lyme disease and feel abandoned by Canada’s health-care system.The challenge fo […]
    Isabel Teotonio - Education Reporter
  • Canada caught between a rock and a hard place in the case of Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou December 14, 2018
    OTTAWA—Canada’s Liberal government is jammed in the midst of two belligerent superpowers — China and the United States — as it ponders the extraordinary extradition case of Meng Wanzhou.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau might be wishing he was in the same position a Liberal predecessor of his, Paul Martin, once was.Martin’s Justice Minister Irwin Cotler swiftly […]
    Tonda MacCharles - Ottawa Bureau
  • Toronto council opts in on pot shops just as Ontario limits number to 25 because of supply shortage December 14, 2018
    Toronto marijuana users will soon be able to buy weed in privately-owned, provincially-regulated pot shops, city council decided Thursday.The 20-4 vote Thursday night means Ontario’s biggest city has embraced, albeit while expressing some concerns, the ultimatum issued by Premier Doug Ford that municipalities agree to host licensed private pot shops or lose […]
    David Rider - City Hall Bureau Chief,Jennifer Pagliaro - City Hall Bureau
  • Rosie DiManno: Would-be lawyer concedes she ‘didn’t get the whole civility thing at all’ at Law Society of Ontario hearing December 14, 2018
    It was just three days ago that “Dawn Lee” posted a photo of herself on Tumblr, contorting into the table top yoga position.Naked.Whilst simultaneously performing fellatio.With the caption: “I’m just your regular acrobatic hooker.”An escort who charges $300 an hour for her services as a self-described “bedroom nymph.” Doubtless she’s worth every cent.A brigh […]
    Rosie DiManno - Star Columnist
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