Did you know that the cult classic movie, Logan’s Run, was loosely based on a novel of the same name? I had no idea, until the book came up in the search results when I was trying to find the movie in my local library’s collection. The book is quite different from the movie and, […]
Maybe posting daily isn’t a realistic goal. I’ve failed at it, so far, but I also wonder if there’s any point in posting just for the sake of it. If I haven’t nothing much to say, why make a post?
Author’s note: Yes, I forgot to post on Friday. It takes time to change habits. It’s bowling day. Last year, some friends and I formed a (five-pin) bowling team and joined a league. This is now our third season, after playing in the fall and winter leagues last year. It’s a cliche to say that […]
But I committed to posting something every weekday in September. It’s literally only day two, and I’m out of ideas. Partly, this is because I’m incredibly tired. I haven’t been sleeping well this week. On the plus side, tonight is pre-season practice bowling and league play starts on Monday.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. I want to change that. I think I might challenge myself to 30 days of blogging again, as I did a while back. It won’t always result in stellar posts, but it’ll at least get me back in the habit. So I’ll do it. Not 30 days, […]
This article strikes me as very odd, claiming that Netflix is going to be terrible in 2019 because they’re removing some older shows from their catalogue and focusing more on original content. Netflix wants to start streaming more original shows and movies and focussing less on acquiring programs they did not produce. That means they […]
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Regarding a carbon tax, Andrew Coyne (who is in favour of such a tax) writes: But Canadians don’t care what it means for the economy at large. They want to know what’s in it for them. How about a planet that remains capable of supporting human life? Do we not owe that much to the […]
Hamilton Nolan, writing for Splinter, takes the bold position that centrists don’t exist. Politics is not a bathtub that seeks a perfect mix of hot and cold. Politics is using power to achieve certain ends. The ends that people want to achieve are, consciously or subconsciously, aligned with broad philosophical beliefs. I’m not sure I’d […]