Tag Archives: cognitive thinking

Political Promises, Vote Baits

“Those who don’t value their words, will never value your wishes.” ― Amit Kalantri I have put off writing for a week while my brain adjusted to the realities of the latest provincial election. In between writing this and the outcome of a very disruptive election period in Alberta was Easter. I am not a “religious” person […]
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The Analysis of an Ad

“We become what we behold.  We shape our tools and then our tools shape us” – Marshall McLuhan Change of pace for today, I need a break from the world of news, disability and access.  As a political news junkie, tuning out is difficult but metaphorically it is my fentanyl crisis.  Due to the toxic […]
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The Lasting Legacy

I often joke that I grew up with about 30 mother figures and one father.  The hospital’s of my childhood was the employment domain of the female worker which contributed to so many mother-figures.  With the exception of your doctor, who you may have seen an hour or two a week (unless he was hanging […]
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Word Whispering

“Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrows questions” – Edgar Cayce I spend a good part of the past week data mining the information sources for my last article, time to kick back…put the feet up by the fireplace…oh damn the cable fireplace is down for the season…oh well. On a dark, rainy and windy evening in […]
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