Monthly Archives: September 2013

Children die while the G8 fiddles

Originally posted on Nina's Garden:
This blog is a response to: http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Politics/2010/04/26/13726806-cp.html Canada’s conservative government again reveals their plan to control private morality and women – and they are using the current G8 conference to do so – starting…

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Rethinking Capitalism

Originally posted on Nina's Garden:
Capitalism needs to be re-framed from it’s bad rap of greed/exploitation. Part of the problem, I think is that many CEOs are diagnosable as sociopaths (not violent, but lacking compassion) who make decisions based…

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Security vs the Appearance of

Originally posted on Nina's Garden:
Reading the news about airline security is getting alarming to me because people are getting increasingly complacent about the appearance of improved security rather than actual security measures being put in place. The worse…

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Disease and Identity

barbara findlay is still active in the Vancouver Queer Community last spring 2012, I haven’t chatted with her since then.   I remember being at a December Nine Coalition meeting with barbara and many others after her recovery from the … Continue reading

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The Boy Who Dared to Rock

This was the first non-pulp paperback Elvis book that I bought when I was around 12. It has an great biography overview, details of the studio sessions and movies, but the section of the book that I most poured over … Continue reading

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Being Understood: Priceless

saw this on https://www.facebook.com/FansOfCognitiveNeuroscience Francisca Midwifetothesoul you inspire me daily, Miss Nina. Nina Tryggvason wow. thank you. that means a great deal to me. Francisca Midwifetothesoul Well, it’s the truth. Just like many people, I have plenty challenging moments and … Continue reading

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B Sides

  I had a book that listed records and it was an international one. I spent a lot of years trying to track down various albums that adult record store clerks assured me did not exist. So eventually, I got … Continue reading

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