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- Anger and Protest in Douglas Adams, The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
- An Economy Of Words – Poetry by Bob Myers, My Dad.
- Luke Skywalker: A Hero of Peace And Purpose
- Discourse Ethics, and a possible solution to the Paradox of Tolerance
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Category Archives: Archive 2007-2009
Well I completely enjoyed Kaleidoscope this year! Remember when I said that my attendance at KG had nothing to do with elephants? Well, in fact there was an elephant at KG this year. I helped to make it (although Jeff … Continue reading
Wow, it’s been a long while since I posted a Question of the Week, hasn’t it? Sorry about that. It seems that Sunday is no longer the most convenient day of the week for me to be doing this. I’ve … Continue reading
A very merry and magical Midsummer to all of you! Yesterday was drizzly and miserable here in Elora (so I feel less bad about missing WiccanFest) but today is gloriously shiny and clear and warm and wonderful. I really ought … Continue reading
In lieu of a Q of the Week (since I was in Edmonton for the last four days…) At the Spirit of the West Gathering, I had a brilliant time. The event is run by excellent people, and I do … Continue reading
Leaving aside, for the moment, the observation that not all pagans are involved in open public groups that have or require leaders; and leaving aside, for the moment, that no one is under any obligation to join such groups… As … Continue reading
This past week I’ve been mostly bed-ridden with the flu. No, not the swine flu, thankfully! But my condition has been unpleasant enough anyway: dizziness, nausea, drowsiness, headache, lightheadedness, and a few other unmentionable symptoms. It seems a good time … Continue reading
The Irish story of Deirdre of the Sorrows ends with a kind of stand-off between Conchobor, the king who loved (or, more acurately, who lusted for) Deirdre, and Deirdre herself, who despises the king. Conchobor had arranged for the betrayal … Continue reading
A happy and delightful and fertile Beltaine to all of you! Who knows if I’ll be able to do this on a Sunday afternoon as I used to do, at least for the next little while, since I’m going to … Continue reading
…is deferred to some unspecified time in the future, since I’m in Montreal attending Melange Magique’s Beltaine Fair. I may or may not post it later in the week, since I’m moving out of Hamilton on Wednesday. Then on Saturday … Continue reading