Category Archives: cars

Selfish, And Yet More?

(First written May 13, 2022; and edited June 7-13, 2022.) Although quite a portrait has seemingly been painted of me so far in my life (to many), here’s what I also know: EXAMPLE 1: Airline Communications Idea When I worked … Continue reading

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“You Are Now Remotely Controlled” — MUST-READ!

This may be one of the most important articles you will read this year: It also summarizes my 22 years as a surveillance subject and a socio-psycho-political lab rat. Kindly read, if you care anything about your freedom, privacy, independent … Continue reading

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AI and Other Game Changers

Elsewhere noted in my ‘confessional posts’ that I have strongly believed in holistic approaches and social inclusivity in sustainably solving global and socio-environmental problems for quite some time — despite those admittedly bad f**k-ups (in 1982; 1988; 1996). (I do … Continue reading

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“Is Racism A Mental Health Issue?”

Racism and Mental Health: Hitler and Beyond? So in the wake of the Robb Elementary School shooting, I was watching MSNBC today with Yasmin Vossoghian (May 22/22), and she asked a very thought-provoking question; hence, the title of this post: … Continue reading

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‘Either/Or’ by Kierkegaard — FASCINATING (Please, please read…)

I hope this Wikipedia page about Søren Kierkegaard’s book Either/Or (Danish: Enten – Eller, 1843) doesn’t get somehow altered. It’s a fascinatingly close summary of what my own life experiences and dilemmas have been like — transgressing or transcending a … Continue reading

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Downton Abbey: A New Era — Coming Soon!

Despite my recent morose, long-winded posts, I was very excited to see the ads for the new film, Downton Abbey: A New Era (2022), coming out soon! (Thank you Nora Ephron and Ayman Mohyeldin for sharing some lighter moments, at … Continue reading

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Collingwood Bygone Days

Visited a museum called Bygone Days Heritage Village in Collingwood (www.bygonedays.ca). Travelled up for the day with a bunch of Markham photography enthusiasts. They laughed at my little point-and-shoot camera, lol. It was pretty neat, with many items dating back … Continue reading

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Walking the Dog and Other Adventures

Went to the Markham Fair today- I highly recommend it! Such a great little fair. Although my Aunt and late Uncle are founding members of Markham-Stouffville Hospital, and my late Uncle was I believe the first doctor in Unionville, I … Continue reading

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Crazy for Classic Cars

I’m kinda ‘old school’ when it comes to cars — love the curves on classic models! My first and only car was a 1975 Volkswagen Beetle. It was bright lemon yellow with black trim. Unfortunately, the only picture I have … Continue reading

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Expressive Clouds and Sunsets

This is all a jumble, but the theme is re-examining the ordinary.  And in the case of the sunsets, I tried to capture the glory of it, but it’s never quite the same in pictures.                 … Continue reading

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Entering the Car Era

Living in a car-obsessed culture, how can I not feature some cool rides? Yes, that includes the wonderful public bus. When I returned to Toronto from my time in Asia, India and Europe, I was suffering from post-traumatic stress, anxiety … Continue reading

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