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Ash Monday, coming to the unorthodox too. Template Easy button from e to Z hwap-thwap-thwap-thwap- wave to the moneycopter wave to the mercs sheep on sheep on rank on rank on file on file under snow drifts trapped in the blazing sun. 3/28 ’13 K38X
Preparations to throw Canadian depositors under the Cyprus bus were buried in the 2013 federal budget, but have now been exposed all over the blogosphere, including with Mish. Likely there aren’t too many countries left where theseShow More Summary
UPDATE: Letters-of-Fire (unsolicited, from a relative who doesn’t even follow this stuff): “… I guess the parable of the ant and the grasshopper would have a bit of a different ending in Cyprus now.” I like Angela, she’s a real scientist...Show More Summary
This is the last in the series. A bit of overshoot perhaps. Foxtrot One Zero Two Drowsy August Nineteen Fifty-Nine wo sibs sleep a dagger screams. Dark nothing for ninety seconds, a dagger screams, … another, another, … fourteen more, … dark nothing. I float out the window follow them over the hill. Like condensing haze, my three sibs form up behind.
That plume of abrasive particles wafting over the world’s financial services industry comes from a largish bonfire consuming depositor faith. Who needs that stuff? Doom isn’t sure but the supply ain’t infinite. And where are the savings...Show More Summary
When things start falling up, it’s often instructive to compare the 10:00 & 11:00 UTC World Report news packages on CBC Radio 1. Through experience, Doom North has learned that the grownups at the Mothership in Toronto arrive between...Show More Summary
Thanks for your patience. After this there’s only one remaining Cold War bird commonly seen in the skies over Hanscom in the ’50s and ’60s. Uniform Two Around dawn spring equinox night-day-night nearly done. Thin whine albatross wings...Show More Summary
Well yo ho ho and a bottle of Keith’s, perhaps even a chorus of Barrett’s Privateers. It’s time for another rrrrrrrrrant coming out of Doom North: “M’Pherson’s time will not be long …” But what time would that be? That’s the question. Show More Summary
Clark Blaise was in town last week, but I couldn’t take in his reading due to a scheduling conflict. So as a next best thing I picked up his millennial quasi-biography of my fellow Haligonian Sandford Fleming (also e-mailed Brian Bartlett...Show More Summary