ADD-Apt or get out!

3 09 2010

I had this brilliant idea that, as is often the case, started out as a joke. I stated on facebook that I was going to start a website called ADD-Verse for ADHD poets to publish their work. The idea was taken seriously so the site was begun. http://addverse.wordpress.com

A similar situation arose from the lack of ADD coaches and support groups in this area. Read the rest of this entry »

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My life is sunshine, lollipops and rainbows, everything …

9 07 2010

I ain’t a rainbow kinda guy!

You know, I’m not all rainbows and moonbeams and flower power. Okay, I do appreciate the beauty around me, hell, I photograph things like this more than I do people. Maybe I am, to some extent, somewhat about rainbows. But I’m mud and grease and rocks and “rock and roll” too. I think I’m half way between hippie and suit most of the time. Read the rest of this entry »





Big Government, Small minds …

26 05 2010

On the subject of politics, I often appear to be indifferent. I would caution you from making the mistake of thinking I don’t care. The truth is that I don’t care to join the fray of common government bashing. The things that are complained about are usually orchestrated, pointed out by the opposition. Nor do I care to invest much time in following the latest government and opposition announcements and policies. They are often smoke and mirrors tactics designed to create unrest and draw attention away from incompetence and mismanagement. Read the rest of this entry »





Canajun, Eh?

29 04 2010

Whatcha think

That’s right, I’m Canadian, or ‘Canajun’ as Mark M. Orkin says in his book “Canajun, Eh?” This book is a lark, a spoof reference that pretends to be a dictionary of Canadian english. In actuality, it is a comprehensive list of the shibboleths that give us away in international company, complete with phonetic spelling.

A book by any other name would be another book

A selection of excerpts from this definitive collection would include, but by no means be limited to: Read the rest of this entry »








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