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Riders vs. Redblacks
Saturday the 2-2 Riders make their first trip to Ottawa to play the 1-3 Redblacks. This will be the Riders’ second road game of the season… the last time being that embarrassment in Toronto.  Hopefully that game was an aberration as opp ... [read more]
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Quotable comment: help the poor (somehow) with Jesus
This comment was left on a post recently but it has nothing to do with the post itself so instead of replying with a comment there, I made a new post to share my thoughts on it. Help the poor ,live as we do.that is what the bible and je ... [read more]
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OTTAWA -- 2:27 AM ET.  What a dog and pony show that was!  The Saskatchewan Roughriders finally made it to their destination of the Nation's Capital in the wee hours of Friday morning but not without considerable hand-wringing. [read more]
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The Wonderous West Block of Cypress Hills
This time last year I thought I was set.  My girlfriend and her husband and son were coming from Calgary … [read more]
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HAMILTON, Ont. (CP) - Drew Willy did it again. [read more]
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senior photo shoots
It's kind of a big deal here for senior high school students to order matching "senior jerseys" to wear to school events all through twelfth grade.  A couple of years ago Saucy did some photo shoots with small groups of girls wearing th ... [read more]
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senior photo shoots
It's kind of a big deal here for senior high school students to order matching "senior jerseys" to wear to school events all through twelfth grade.  A couple of years ago Saucy did some photo shoots with small groups of girls wearing th ... [read more]
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Excessive Salaries
UPDATE: Here's a doozy. [read more]
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gateway pt. 2
Thx to Chris Sleightholm for this snap. [read more]
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About Those Mysterious Big Holes...
...in Siberia, here's an article about them: [read more]
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Proof Harry Potter books are good for children
The Harry Potter series wound up being such a divisive force in the world when it was published and still makes headlines today. It’s been lauded as fantastic literature and condemned for promotion of magical thinking — at least in the ... [read more]
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There’s a First Time for Everything
So it turns out, there’s a first time for everything.  This month, while visiting my mom, I suggested we make a pie.  Happy to oblige and feed her grandkids as grandmothers do, she said she’d make a particular crust with a particular te ... [read more]
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About Those Catastrophic Floods...
...and whatnot, supposedly caused by global warming.  Here's the best rebuttal I've yet encountered, from  the Nongovernmental International Panel On Climate Change (NIPCC for short)  Pay attention to #4 especially: "More frequent and ... [read more]
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Peek A Boo!
By Lisa Dutton… Playtime! My baby boy is developing, and with that he is also developing quite the toy box! Most recently added to his repertoire is this great set of B Kids Soft Peek-A-Boo Blocks. The blocks are designed for babies 6 m ... [read more]
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Beatles, Buggles and a little love
The girls and I were heading out to buy a few groceries this morning.  I'm not exactly sure how the topic came up - some sort of fight or disagreement - but Ginny said, 'all you need is love.'   [read more]
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I Miss the Days of Gonzo-ish Crochet. Should I Go Back?
I love making things with my hands, and it's something I would normally say I have always done. I can't say that now, though, because over the last couple of years I have stopped making things with my hands altogether. I stopped around ... [read more]
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A little dab'll do ya
“They say a dab of peanut butter behind your ears will keep mosquitoes from biting,” said Joan, “and the natural p.b., not the stuff with added sugar.” [read more]
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Atheist Scruples – what’s a “public phone”?
Really dating the game here, but it did come out before cell phones were in every pocket. Portable phones didn’t fit in pockets back in 1986. “…$3300 retail.” Yikes. Anyway, the question: You are using a public phone. Someone else is wa ... [read more]
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Queen City Ex 2014
Buffalo Days is on in Regina, and I went on the opening day in large part because Lonestar was the headline band in the evening. The iFlip acrobats at #QCX2014 youtube.com/watch?v=yAbJ2D… You should check them out, there are very cool t ... [read more]
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Dahlia Dandies
(Above Mystic Illusion) [read more]
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Redcliff Pressed Brick Co. Interior: Part 2
A continuation of my photo set from inside the former Redcliff Pressed Brick Company located in Redcliff, Alberta. [read more]
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New column day
Here, on how we should take Germany's rightful concern over investor-state dispute settlement provisions as an opportunity to reevaluate what we expect to accomplish through trade and investment agreements such as CETA. [read more]
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Star Roughrider slotback Chris Getzlaf has practiced with the team the past two days after missing the prior three games with a lower body injury.  Getzlaf, who was the team's leading receiver after Week 1, says things are progressing w ... [read more]
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Thursday Morning Links
This and that for your Thursday reading. [read more]
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DETROIT - The Detroit Red Wings have hired assistant coaches Jim Hiller and Andrew Brewer. [read more]
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Another Round Up
Alaska Hidden Forests Discovered in NASA Images [read more]
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Are You Smarter Than A Toddler - Week 6 Picks
Here are my picks for week 6. I will update later with the rest of the family picks. Prophet Jr. was being grumpy and refused to even entertain the idea of picking so hopefully Mrs Prophet can coax some picks out of him this afternoon [read more]
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Homophobe/homophone — or, why literacy is really important
Too funny. Sad for the guy who got fired, but funny for why. Homophones, as any English grammarian can tell you, are words that sound the same but have different meanings and often different spellings — such as be and bee, through and t ... [read more]
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Round Up
Like all war, the campaign in Gaza is hellish. Stop treating it like a PR battle "One of the strangest aspects of our Western reaction to Israel at war is our tendency to assess who is “winning” and “losing” as if it were a sports cont ... [read more]
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