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  • Tempting the Devil in the Name of God - Amazing Title, Amazing Book
    on Dec 9, 2015
    Through this blog I'm invited to review books from time to time, and on the vast majority of occasions I let them pass.  But sometimes I'm hit with a title that peaks my interest, such was the case with Howard Beckman's book, "Tempting the...
  • Calling Bell Canada, 310 Bell...and reaching the Philippines
    on Nov 21, 2014 in General Opinion
    Its been months since I've written anything here, but today I feel the need to get my rant on.  I am a Bell Canada (or is it Bell Philippines) customer for both satellite television and wireless internet.  Until September I was only su...
  • Les raisons pourquoi un anglophone va voter pour le PQ
    on Mar 30, 2014 in Quebec politics
    J'habite à Québec pour une bonne boute, mais j'ai jamais essayer d'écrire en français...donc svp excusez me plusieurs fautes pendant que j'explique les raisons pourquoi un "tête carré"  va voter pour les pésquistes.La première chose à c...
  • True freedom fighters welcome dissent - Be at peace Pete Seeger
    on Feb 7, 2014 in In The News
    The United States, in fact the entire world lost a great man when Pete Seeger died on January 27th of this year.  I was away and missed the news, only learning of the folk music legend's passing yesterday.  For some reason I've been on some...
  • Does tolerating intolerance make one tolerant? Québec's secular charter
    on Jan 24, 2014 in Quebec politics
    Québec's secular or 'values' charter is quite the paradox.  Those who are opposed to it accuse proponents of being xenophobic and intolerant.  Supporters of the charter consider detractors to be supporters of intolerance.  So who are...
  • Why invest in the stock market?
    on Jan 22, 2014 in Economy
    After the dot bomb blow out of the early 2000s many people swore off ever investing in stocks.  And despite history showing that the capital markets represent the best way to maximize returns over the long haul, its hard to blame them. In many c...
  • 2014 The year of spending, saving or paying down debt?
    on Jan 12, 2014 in Economy
    Polling indicates that the number one issue for Canadians is paying down debt, (STORY HERE).  While it was the choice of only 16% of respondents, if you add in the next top selections:  building savings, managing day to day spending, gettin...
  • The difference between TFSAs and RRSPs
    on Jan 11, 2014 in Economy
    I recently gave a quick review of David Chilton's new book, 'The Wealthy Barber Returns'.  My recommendation for people struggling financially was summed up in three simple words, READ THE BOOK.The lack of financial literacy in our society is mi...
  • Can this advert make people drive slower?
    on Jan 10, 2014 in General Opinion
    Ever speed while driving?  I'm guilty, and I bet the vast majority of us are.  I don't speed often now, with age comes patience sometimes.  And after watching this PSA out of New Zealand I will make a conscious effort to keep an eye on...
  • Struggling financially? Read 'The Wealthy Barber Returns'
    on Jan 9, 2014 in Book Review Economy
    I'm 47 years old, and if you're around my age or older you've probably heard of or read David Chilton's book 'The Wealthy Barber'.  I'm certain that Mr. Chilton is at least partly responsible for the boon in mutual fund investing that occurred d...
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