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Category Archives: North America
(Source: BBC website) At first, I looked at the map and I saw red and blue. Then when I was done done looking at the colours, I saw the map of the U.S. And then, I saw a lot more. If … Continue reading
Now that it’s all behind us, the election that is, I can address the one and only important issue which had been troubling me for a little while now. How does an elephant go about becoming the symbol of the … Continue reading
Source: metro.co.uk They’re shutting down NY. Wow.
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Not cute. Not cute at all.
(Source: NASA/GSFC/LaRC/JPL, MISR Team) The Manicouagan impact crater. One of my colleagues stumbled across it recently on Google and shared the joy. Wow. Of course I want to go there!
“Man Attacked by Mountain Lion, Saved by Bear.” Incredible story.
A cupcake dispensing ATM. I have checked the date. Today is not 1 April. This could be true. OMG. I wanna try it!
“Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure – these … Continue reading
I went back to Canada House last night for the screening of Before Tomorrow. I knew nothing about the film, apart from the small synopsis which sounded intriguing: “Before Tomorrow is the story of a woman who demonstrates that human dignity is … Continue reading