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They've stolen objects, like relics, but not authentic.

A light does not float on the water,
but it gets lost swirling around
her eyes. She can see far away,
far into the earth and out… 46 more words

[CKNW] Fin Donnelly unapologetic after releasing false information


Early last week, after the heart-wrenching photo of three year old Alan Kurdi’s body lying on the shores of Turkey dominated headlines, Port Moody-Coquitlam NDP candidate Fin Donnelly told the media he hand delivered an appeal for Kurdi’s family to come to Canada directly to Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander. 425 more words

Fin Donnelly

These Actors All Got Kicked Off Of Eventual Hit Shows After One Episode

Imagine, if you will, that you’re a struggling actor. After years of waiting tables in a Hollywood restaurant, you land your big break! You shoot the pilot (it’s going to be a hit… 1,396 more words


Looking Back at ‘NewsRadio’s Perfect Pilot - Splitsider

Looking Back at ‘NewsRadio’s Perfect Pilot – Splitsider.

I love NewsRadio, but I disagree. The pilot is a little clumsy — watch the “Catherine” character and Joe Rogan’s predecessor in particular. 24 more words


Book Report: Emergence

“As our everyday life becomes increasingly populated by artificial emergence, we will find ourselves relying more and more on the logic of these systems – both in corporate America, where ‘bottom-up intelligence’ has started to replace ‘quality management’ as the mantra of the day, and in the radical, antiglobalization protest movements, who explicitly model their pacemakerless, distributed organizations after ant colonies and slime molds.” (Emergence – p65

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Phil Hartman

September 24, 1948 – May 28, 1998

Canadian-American actor and writer, exceptionally talented and dedicated to his craft, yet somewhat underrated in his lifetime, now recognized for his irreplaceable comedic brilliance. 297 more words