Abbey Road TapHouse & Restaurant wing night: Tuesday – Thursday – Sunday.
Three days is plural [nights] not singular [night]. Nights versus night undoubtedly strikes many as being overly picky, as though sloppiness and imprecision in the use of language is inconsequential.
Continue reading The Language of Drug Overdose Deaths
Although it seemed the opening of the modular housing on River Road in Abbotsford would endlessly move into the future, it was inevitable that at some point the building would have residents.
With the building open and people moved in perhaps soimeone could fanswer the question: what’s the plan?
Continue reading Homelessness – Low Barrier Housing
I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realize I should have been more specific. Lily Tomlin
While the actions and behaviours of BC Housing in doing a lot of ‘something’ meet the demand of the public to ‘do something’ about homelessness, that ‘something’ is totally ineffective in addressing homelessness and its related issues. Like a rocking chair, there is lots of motion and effort to go nowhere.
In fact, coming up with actions more pointless than BC Housing’s system that repeatedly places people into housing they fall out of within a few months and/or sends people through treatment with them returning to their addiction a few months after finishing treatment would be most difficult.
Continue reading Extreme Winter Weather in Abbotsford – BC Housing’s Invincible Ignorance
At 60% [on average] water humans are really bags of water containing elements from the periodic table and bacteria. The elements are formatted in a manner that provides internal structuring that facilitates mobility. Additionally, water comprises 73% ot the control [brain] and power [heart] systems.
Continue reading Mobile Bags of Water
Frank Wirrell: Govt needs moral compass
Letter to the Editor Abbotsford News
“The saving of our world from pending doom will come, not through the complacent adjustment of the conforming majority, but through the creative maladjustment of a nonconforming minority.”
Martin Luther King jr
For a creatively maladjusted polymath it quickly becomes clear that when people speak of government having a moral compass and integrity they are not actually advocating for a government with ethical standards to which the government adheres, but for a government that take actions they agree with and does not take actions with which they disagree.
Continue reading Re: Government Needs Moral Compass – Letter to the Editor