To a creatively maladjusted individual the degree of illiteracy with the financial reality facing the BC government demonstrated by Hamish Telford in his guest column on what the Liberals did wrong during the election was disheartening and disturbing.
“With our economic house back in order”
Continue reading What Went Wrong With Hamish Telford’s Election Analysis?
It’s rather self-evident that the Universe permits me to have a car only in order to ensure it has a handy tool with which to torment and drive me crazy.
Managing to survive and successfully deal with whatever the latest challenge thrown my way by my car brings no sense of accomplishment or relief,it simply marks the start of the countdown to the arrival of the next potential disaster.
For the Universe it does not matter how many times it fails since it only needs to win once. Having been stripped to the bone, I have been left with no cushion and so cannot afford to fail even once.
Which makes the car a most effective tool to torment and drive me into retreating from the world.
Continue reading Me and My Car: The Saga Continues – May 2017
I noticed that one of my front tires is is badly worn. Since it isn’t that old I obviously need an alignment and two tires; one to replace the chewed up front tire and one to replace the flat tore since it cannot be repaired.
Continue reading Me and My Car – Again
The problem with focusing on Success Matrixes is that frequently what you are successful at is shooting yourself in the foot.
Continue reading Success Matrixes Part III
Unmistakably apparent, at least to a creatively maladjusted polymath, in the smooth flow of Pete McMartin’s ‘A Limit to Social Housing’ on housing in Vancouver is the root cause of the deterioration affordable housing, homelessness, the economy, Canada’s standard of living and so much of Canadian life suffers.
Actions and policies cannot effectively address the challenges and issues facing Canada and Canadians [governments, businesses, citizens] when the decisions, policies and actions are based on myth.
Continue reading Pete McMartin, Housing and Knowing So Much That Ain’t So – Part I of III