The Autumn Wind is a pirate, Blustering in from sea, With a rollocking song, he sweeps along, Swaggering boisterously. His face is weather beaten. He wears a hooded sash, With a silver hat about his head, And a bristling black mustache. He growls as he storms the country, A villain . . . Continue reading
Imagine waking up one day and being told you are not something you always thought you were. Continue reading
Looks pretty damn certain to me. I don’t think the railroad is going to be able to follow through on the Lac-Megantic downtown renewal project they started.
MMA’s survival uncertain, says chairman Ed Burkhardt | Toronto Star.
I used to think that Niagara Falls was just another tourist trap, until I went there and saw the falls for real a couple of years ago. This is awesome video from some perspectives you can’t get by doing the Continue reading
“I think she felt inadequate toward everyone because of her education and her communication skills,” said the juror, speaking about Jeantel. “I just felt sadness for her.”
Juror Z-40 is a real class act. I bet she can hold her side in a Spanish or Creole conversation. There’s a lot of people . . . Continue reading
Amazing 8mm video taken in Orange and Los Angeles Counties in 1970. There’s no soundtrack but there are many memories. Continue reading
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It’s easy to find inspiration in these windows to the past in Thetford Mines, PQ, Canada in the heart of asbestos mining country. Continue reading
“We’ve had a very good safety record for these 10 years. Well, I think we’ve blown it here.”
Edward Burkhart, soon to be the ex-CEO of a bankrupt Rail World Inc.
Ephemera (singular: ephemeron) is any transitory written or printed matter not meant to be retained or preserved.
I found my cousin Maureen’s birth announcement in a pile of letters and ephemera kept by my mother (her aunt, Therese) in San Diego, kept intact and surviving the potentially cruel cut of the necessary triages before every family diaspora; from Montréal-Èst to Orange County (1964) to San Diego (1970) . . . Continue reading