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My father, the handyman

Even at the advanced age of 68, I still vividly recall the Handy Andy store at Verdun and Melrose Aves. in the colourful neighbourhood of my now much-lamented youth. 909 more words

Life

From Here

Next time you ask me where I’m from
—I swear I’m gonna say it—
gonna say: I’m from here, asshole!
—so says the angry Anglo with acne and attitude, 501 more words

Poetry & Short Fiction

25 bad guys and a kitten

I love the contrast between the martial faces of these soldiers of the Infanterie-Regiment Nr. 377 (10. Landwehr Division) in Harville, near Verdun, in April 1918, and the lovely kitten on the left. 14 more words

1918

Interview With Jos Hoebe Of BlackMill Games About Verdun, A Brilliant World War 1 Multiplayer FPS

Following up on my interview with Colossal Order about their excellent game Cities: Skylines, which you can read HERE, comes a session with Jos Hoebe of Blackmill Games, one half of the development team responsible for Verdun, a rather brilliant World War 1 multiplayer FPS. 1,963 more words

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Crazy Cat Lady Petsitting... and Co!!!

CCL Petsitting is BACK!!! With Company… Introducing Jeffrey Mackie, your new petsitter! Natasha Henderson, AKA Crazy Cat Lady, is happy to announce her finace is joining her in the petsitting venture. 356 more words

Cats

Verdun: Part Two

Day Three: Rain and Museums

We slept in a bit later on our second full day in Verdun, since we’d learnt that there was no need to wake up early.   1,392 more words

Verdun: Part One

So we just got back from another trip! (And by “just got back” I mean we got back a few days ago now, I just haven’t been very quick about updating this blog). 3,549 more words