Monthly Archives: June 2013

Sex Education..,the early years

SEX EDUCATION VOLUME I “I just found out how to make babies!” said Freddie Duncan. We were having our regular club meeting behind the tires in his father’s garage. A dozen or so tires were stored in an upper level, … Continue reading

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Sex Education

THE RIVER OF BLOOD     Our family cottage was situated on a point of land halfway up Georgian Bay, a large inlet in Lake Huron. On the cottage walls are old sepia photos of my grandfather, The Reverend Harper … Continue reading

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Flood Ravaged City

A report from my nephew: He was out helping drought stricken victims of the FLOOD That has nearly destroyed the city of Calgary     Today I helped some people in the flood stricken areas of Calgary. The first guy … Continue reading

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Biography

Theatre Program bios of actors can range from the ludicrous (“I want to thank my Grade 3 teacher & my cat.”) to the rigorously professional. Aspiring to the latter, I re-wrote mine. Bruce Gray: Theatre Biography London’s West End: Androcles … Continue reading

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The Racist Deen

THAT RACIST DEEN Yep. It’s all over the news. Paula Deen, the cooking show maven, has admitted to using the “N” word, some 20 years ago. And the world is shocked. Can you believe it? An sixty year old Southern … Continue reading

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SHOOTING BLANKS

If you haven’t seen the film, A PIECE OF WORK, you must instantly rush out and get it. It is a documentary about comedian Joan Rivers. It opens on a tight shot of her at the age of 80 with … Continue reading

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