Observations from my trip: – life is better when you assume positive intent The most interesting aspect of Vegas for me was the openness of the sex trade and that the abolitionists representing I believe Shared Hope International were holding up signs talking about the shame of Vegas, selling her daughters to sin, but having […]
So it’s been busy times for me. Lots of physio, and adjusting to a new environment. Trying not to pay too much attention to Trump and the Russians; it’s not like any of this is news to me, right? The Chinese recently put quantum encrypted satellites in orbit; I can’t help but wonder if the […]
Outside of Stony Plain there is a sign that says “Welcome to Stony Plain, the town with the Painted Past”, and this is very true; we have a lot of murals all over the place dedicated to various individuals who shaped history here. Israel Umbauch was a farmer who was nominated to be the first […]
During the days of Rome when the Circus Maxius existed to occupy the minds of the economically deprived and overpopulated empire of Rome prior to the suppression of the feminine divine in Roman culture, there existed an age called the Pornocracy. I invite you to research the phenomenon on your own; the concept entertains me. […]
Today I learned that one of my favourite boutiques in town is going out of business, which is a damned shame; its funky and elegant and the prices are reasonable and everything is more or less luxury fair trade. Apparently she has to close because she is tired, and I can understand that, but I […]
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Social entrepreneurship and networking is one of the most important aspects of fair trade and is often overlooked as simply being part of social media. Networkers are not quite like other social media users however; networkers manipulate the system as is from the shadows in order to effect social policy change through forcing consensus. Last […]