Archive for February, 2012

  • “Monday wasn’t a blockbuster day for NHL trades,” the TSN website admits, HOWEVER, the site does go on to say that, “it certainly was a blockbuster day for TSN, as hockey fans once again turned to Canada’s Sports Leader in record numbers to experience the country’s most comprehensive coverage of […]

    Nothing for Something

    “Monday wasn’t a blockbuster day for NHL trades,” the TSN website admits, HOWEVER, the site does go on to say that, “it certainly was a blockbuster day for TSN, as hockey fans once again turned to Canada’s Sports Leader in record numbers to experience the country’s most comprehensive coverage of […]

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  • Lando Calrissian was a pragmatic hero who knew when to pick his battles. He took the long view and so, when some thought him to be a traitor to his confidantes, his moral compass never wavered. It seems to be the sort of role Billy Dee Williams was born to […]

    Last of the Matinee Idols

    Lando Calrissian was a pragmatic hero who knew when to pick his battles. He took the long view and so, when some thought him to be a traitor to his confidantes, his moral compass never wavered. It seems to be the sort of role Billy Dee Williams was born to […]

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  • On February 13, CBC launched a new music site called … CBC Music! Clever name, eh? Anyway, the promise of the site is to promote music and create a whole way for for listeners to interact with CBC. I’ll update this page with the website address once it goes live, […]

    CBC Music Launches

    On February 13, CBC launched a new music site called … CBC Music! Clever name, eh? Anyway, the promise of the site is to promote music and create a whole way for for listeners to interact with CBC. I’ll update this page with the website address once it goes live, […]

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  • Number 1 Couldn’t keep a straight face when told about her “great personality.” Number 2 Multi-tasking not a strong point with me. Number 3 Balked at Canadian Producers cost-cutting solution. Instead of Roses, they wanted to use Gerber Daisies. Orange ones. Number 4 Wanted to pre-elimate all contestants who weren’t […]

    10 Reasons Why I Am NOT The Bachelor Canada

    Number 1 Couldn’t keep a straight face when told about her “great personality.” Number 2 Multi-tasking not a strong point with me. Number 3 Balked at Canadian Producers cost-cutting solution. Instead of Roses, they wanted to use Gerber Daisies. Orange ones. Number 4 Wanted to pre-elimate all contestants who weren’t […]

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  •   One year ago, February 3, 2011, the journey of Daisy Elizabeth Bowers came to a close.  She lived 78 and half years coping with life and the challenges it handed her, even before she was born. As some of you know, due to what I shall charitably  call travel […]

    The Missed Tribute

      One year ago, February 3, 2011, the journey of Daisy Elizabeth Bowers came to a close.  She lived 78 and half years coping with life and the challenges it handed her, even before she was born. As some of you know, due to what I shall charitably  call travel […]

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  • Last month, I launched my new Music Column on VoiceOfRuss and for February’s edition, I decided to combine my thoughts on music with another article I wrote in December of 2011.  Here goes…   So, it’s nearly been two months since I took a vow of celibacy.  Inspired by the “Manbattical” […]

    Back-Catalogue Shopping #2: So How’s That Celibacy Coming?

    Last month, I launched my new Music Column on VoiceOfRuss and for February’s edition, I decided to combine my thoughts on music with another article I wrote in December of 2011.  Here goes…   So, it’s nearly been two months since I took a vow of celibacy.  Inspired by the “Manbattical” […]

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