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Elevator 8: The Heart Story

Today on the elevator at Royal Columbian Hospital in New Westminster, BC I got on with 2 nurses, each to a corner. The next floor; 3 more women got on, and two of them had a cart with educational displays. One … Continue reading

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A Plus One Outing

Today I played chauffeur for my Aunt Olof — Mom and I took her for an errand, and then back to her Care Home, almost an hour. Then brunch at the Prairie Cafe, 2 grocery store stops and home again, … Continue reading

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When Cognitive Dissonance Poofs

Being rude, sneery or snide is not sarcasm. Sarcasm is the highest form of humour, because it involves teachable moments. Example: Atheist Republic Shared publicly  –  Sep 11, 2016 Why is that liberals are more likely to be vegetarian? Brandon … Continue reading

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Rumors are Innuendo, Assumers

  When I was in high school in the 1980s, in the 9th grade, I accidentally started a rumour about a teacher who I hadn’t had any classes with. I began high school in New Westminster and had moved to … Continue reading

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Before Twerking…

  we kept on truckin’

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The Shut In Stand Up – Volume 1

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