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About brucelarochelle

Practising Lawyer and Part-Time University Instructor (Accounting, Commercial Law, Organizational Behaviour); Part-Time Federal Tribunal Member. Non-practising Chartered Professional Accountant (Chartered Accountant and Certified Management Accountant).

Nazareth: Moonlight Eyes

Your smile takes all the fight out of me Nazareth. From the The Fool Circle album, 1981: Written by Dan McCafferty. Seems like there are two vocalists, though maybe one in different spaces. Video with a lot of backstage/onstage band … Continue reading

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Atonement III: Quiet Dispatch

Statue “dedicated” in 1924. Pulled down in 2017. It was between 1900 and 1920 that lunching was at its most virulent. As the contemporary Baltimore journalist and sardonic humorist H.L. Mencken explained it, life in the South could be lacking … Continue reading

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Atonement II

In relation to the importance of national, state and municipal remembrance of dishonour and disgrace: It was between 1900 and 1920 that lunching was at its most virulent. As the contemporary Baltimore journalist and sardonic humorist H.L. Mencken explained it, … Continue reading

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Atonement

Amidst the usual celebrations of national, provincial or municipal pride, it would seem beneficial to have an annual day of atonement, to remember all the negatives that have occurred and to vow to do better. Just as an individual does … Continue reading

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What time

When there is nothing but never Illusion of the moment

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Moses’ Assistant, and

From a sermon by Neil Remington Abramson: Having It Your Way Hollyburn House June 5, 2017 The Numbers reading (11: 24-30) reports that when Moses gathered up the 70 Elders of Israel to receive God’s gift of spirit and prophesy, … Continue reading

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Heading Somewhere

In relation to a fourteen year-old boy running away from an abusive father and a familiar hamlet: He was too busy running away to worry yet about where he was going. And it didn’t occur to him, not on that … Continue reading

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