Monthly Archives: November 2016

Datsun

Just before the snow: Looking like yesterday. Wondering why discontinued. Turns out am looking at a Datsun 240Z, produced from 1969 to 1978. Looking like yesterday. Advertisements

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Tempered Lens

Recall hearing about the marriage of a particular lawyer. First marriage in late 40s/early 50s. Lawyer who specialized in family law. Was known to be a particularly aggressive lawyer in relation to family law. Not regarded as particularly compassionate. All … Continue reading

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Pristine

In the first blue evening And day of snow Peaceful riot

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Deference

Wrote about decision by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario: Masetich v. Value Village Stores, 2016 HRTO 1229. The decision involves a difference in interpretation as to the nature of accommodation an employer must give in relation to caregiving responsibilities. … Continue reading

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House of Cards Theme

Found the intro music to House of Cards to be quite effective: Found little in terms of background explanation (no need for “Extras”, in a Netflix presentation), other than composer Jeff Beal on Jeff Beal, which may be understandable: Though … Continue reading

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Part of The Executive II

From a decision by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (per Vice-Chair Jennifer Scott) in Misetich v. Value Village Stores, 2016 HRTO 1229: [34] The Federal Court of Appeal in Canada (Attorney General) v. Johnstone, 2014 FCA 110 (CanLII) (“Johnstone”), … Continue reading

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Whiskey Train

Procol Harum song from the 1970 Home album. When Robin Trower was still in the band and was the co-writer of the song, with Keith Reid: Very different from most of what they did. Saw them at Massey Hall, 1971, … Continue reading

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