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I saw that movie tonight. I laughed, I cried, I swore (in both official languages)...and it was worth it.

Music video (that's actually related)!

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Courtesy of CBC Radio's Q:

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I watch "Pyre" on The Expanse earlier tonight.

Now, this interview with Marty Baron:

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"...and all we want, is to feel like all we got didn't cost us everything...even if we never win."

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Courtesy of the Toronto Star:



Something to strive for.
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I wonder if this could have been the anthem for Star Trek: Enterprise, had it gotten that fifth season...

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Going to see about fixing some of the YouTube linkage. Apparently, those didn't migrate properly with the entries I edited them into. Oh, well...
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...yeah, I've fallen off-pace a bit. Been sick this week. Another viral infection, but this one looks like it won't need antibiotics to make it go away. A good thing.

Meanwhile...YouTube videos as software training tools. Yeah, that's still a thing, and I'm ploughing through a few of those before bed.
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This video report applies to specific cross-walks in Toronto, care of CBC News in that city. Not sure how signals designed to look similar here in Ottawa are rigged.
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Previously, we had Margaret Atwood finally getting into writing for comics with Angel Catbird. Now this.

Can we get a deal between Hayden Taylor and Pocket Books re: Trek novels?

From Q's YouTube page: Growing up, Drew Hayden Taylor immersed himself in science fiction books yet he often felt left out. Unable to see his own Ojibway experiences reflected in these works of literature, Taylor has since written a number of books through the perspective and lens of Indigenous people. He joins guest host Candy Palmater to discuss his collection of indigenous sci-fi stories in his new book "Take Us to Your Chief".
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I'm adding Ricochet Media to my "Canadian News/Opinions" bookmark list. Seems like a good choice alongside rabble.ca, iPolitics, and so on.

Books I'm working on reading: 100 Days of Cree by Neal McLeod with Arok Wolvengrey, for indigenous language studies. The Highly Sensitive Person by Elaine N. Aron, Ph. D for psychological self-awareness and ability to get along with others.

Elizabeth May on an "Age of Consequences":

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