So since I have decided to throw my hat in as a blogger, I have been looking for ways to not starve to death as one, part of which includes getting my taxes sorted and well, trying to go legit. And that includes looking into tax exemptions which may or may not be available. http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/ndvdls/tpcs/ncm-tx/rtrn/cmpltng/ddctns/menu-eng.html […]
The invasion of my own life is going quite well actually; I spoke to a female leader about some of my ideas regarding energy divestment and peace brokering. I explained what an Article 5 Decision was and how trafficking fits in with regards to fuel and energy. Personal problems have me overwhelmed though which is […]
<h1>2 Linked To Attacks Arrested In Belgium</h1> <p class=”rhexcerpt”>Police officials in Belgium arrested two people Sunday after a raid at a home in the central part of the capital city of Brussels, for connections with the terror attacks in Paris last month. However, officials said the arrested did not include Belgian fugitive Salah Abdeslam, who […]
Let’s start with international things first shall we? First, the Paris climate summit has just ended, with the various media outlets declaring it either a success or a failure. Frankly, I am waiting to see what happens when Mr. Trudeau manages to catch his breath for two seconds before I declare it either; however, here […]
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So it’s like 3 am and I’m thinking about torture, black sites, abolitionism, the Dark Web, and trying to figure out how to fund a life. It’s dark except for my smoke and the cell light here in Stormcage, just the way I like it, and all I can hear is The Hum. They’ve been […]
I have been looking further into fashion blogging and abolitionism; it appears that I wasn’t bragging when I said that you could literally find just about anything through fair trade if you knew where to look, although for the most part this is limited to clothes, jewelry and accessories, makeup, and household items, that occupies […]