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2015: The Turnaround Year? Part 2: Hopeful Signs

You can almost feel the current flowing You can almost hear the circuits blowing It’s a far cry from the world We thought we’d inherit —Rush, Far Cry   ‘Hope’ is the thing with feathers— That perches in the soul— … Continue reading

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Retired Naval Officer Warns of Wireless Dangers

You and your children are being experimented upon without your consent, thanks to the wireless revolution. That’s the message of former Canadian Navy Captain Jerry Flynn, who spoke at the Slocan Park Hall in BC’s beautiful Slocan Valley on February … Continue reading

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Cell Phone Zombies Take Over

Although I can’t claim to be familiar with the works of Philip Roth, a bookseller friend of mine in Kaslo, BC, Ian Fraser, pointed out the latest instalment in Roth’s series of novels, Exit Ghost, featuring his protagonist Nathan Zuckerman. Ian … Continue reading

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