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Tuesday November 14, 2017

Jan Hammer Group’s “Don’t You Know” serenaded me on my commute to work yesterday, a warm reminder of the previous night’s high.

Compelled by sheer force of lifelong dissatisfaction, I will jimmy the lock on the prison. 347 more words

Sunday November 12, 2017

Yesterday began with the rescue of Lou Reed’s Street Hassle and Steven Halpern’s Spectrum Suite, both of which turned up on vinyl mid-morning amid Mantovanian dreck in the bins at Goodwill. 287 more words

Former Calgary Transit bus driver found not guilty in sex assault case

A former Calgary Transit bus driver accused of sexually assaulting a teenage passenger has been found not guilty.

Justice Richard Neufeld cleared Paul Desmarais Friday on charges of sexual assault, sexual interference with a child under 16 and sexual contact with a youth by a person in authority. 275 more words


Tuesday November 7, 2017

Return to me the vision of the post-scarcity Noble Savage. I prefer it to the belief that only a properly constituted society and reformed system of education could make humans good. 229 more words

Bus sex assault suspect sought

Calgary police are asking the public for help identifying a man wanted in connection with an alleged sex assault that occurred on Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. 199 more words


Wage Slavery...

I know this post is way overdue but it is still important to understand that the observence of Labor Day which started in the 1890s was to exhibit to the public “the strength and esprit de corps of the trade and labor organizations”. 379 more words