Pandemic Notes 8.25 Covidiots and Silent Movie classics

Pandemic notes eight and a quarter. Another brief interjection in my chronicling of the semi-great pandemic of 2020-2, referencing covidiots and silent movies. Eva Bartlett is still doing the covidiot thing. About a year ago now she out of the blue put out a ‘covid is a conspiracy against civil rights’ article. It seems toContinue reading “Pandemic Notes 8.25 Covidiots and Silent Movie classics”

Pandemic Notes 8; Will April be the Cruelest Month in Toronto?

We are now at the one year mark of the pandemic in Canada. There is a lot about it to write about, and much which should be said is not being said often enough. I will be saying it. I believe we are now in the most dangerous point of the pandemic, even if weContinue reading “Pandemic Notes 8; Will April be the Cruelest Month in Toronto?”

Should Canada Abolish the Monarchy? My dollar’s worth on the Subject, from a Subject.

The Toronto Star’s “Saturday Debate” this week was about whether Canada should abolish the monarchy. I suddenly got an urge to respond on this topic. It relates to subjects I have thought a lot about. However, while my handy little paywall bypasser lets me read most content on that august publication, I cannot get throughContinue reading “Should Canada Abolish the Monarchy? My dollar’s worth on the Subject, from a Subject.”

Pandemic Notes 7.5 On Dealing with…

( I really don’t know what to call them!) Oh, lordy, look what tumbled out of my inbox Monday morning. I have taken a few days to reply because I am not a brainiac blogger who turns out four or five screeds a week. I choose my topics and develop my pieces in a leisurelyContinue reading “Pandemic Notes 7.5 On Dealing with…”