Tumour

Prologue Just to be clear, prologuing a blog post is not the same as proroguing Parliament. Among other things, I own this blog. Justin Trudeau does not own Parliament. We do. I am prologuing to explain what I’m doing. Trudeau prorogued to avoid explaining what he is doing. One of the hazards of starting a blog like this is that sooner or later life gets in the way. Read through the collected works of John Lennon and you’ll learn that life is what happens while you’re busy making other plans. Read through the collected works of me and you’ll see that quote used widely. AndRead More →

15 June 2020 Sometimes bigger is good. At others, smaller is better. Unless we’re talking about tumours, in which case nothing at all is best. These are three facets of a twenty-first century health crisis. With the Corona pandemic, bigger is good but Ontario is pulling back the safeguards that keep it this way. Big should be the distance between people. Close-up can be deadly for vulnerable folk. I tend to worry about this because I’m one of them. In fact, I am finding it increasingly offensive and worrisome when I hear people talking about acceptable collateral damage as the economy is reopened. Think backRead More →