Month: October 2019

Oxi (Ohi) Day – Nea Ionia Parade 2019

“We will not say hereafter that the Greeks fight like heroes, but heroes fight like Greeks!” ~Winston Churchill Greece had a tough time during World War II, and at the beginning of the war when they were drawn in by the Italians, they knew they were in for a possible huge defeat. Indeed, the Prime …

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Nea Ionia Garbage Piling Up – Striking Workers In Greece

In Greece, trash and recycling is handled a little differently than in most parts of North America. Instead of a curb-side pick up where residents take their trash, recycling and compostable materials to the curb once or twice a week and drop it off in front of their house, Greeks take theirs to close-by neighbourhood …

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“Protestantism Is A Wart On The Ass Of The World”

“Protestantism Is A Wart On The Ass Of The World” Have I made a “racist” statement? How about this: “Roman Catholicism Is A Wart On The Ass Of The World.” Racist? I’m pretty sure I’d know the answer of any thinking person. Indeed, if I held such views and expressed them, some might be offended. …

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Sunset & Moon Rise – Cape Sounion, Greece – October 2019

Two years ago (2017) during my very first trip to Greece, a high point was visiting Cape Sounion at the time of the full moon in late September. That time, we paid the fee and entered the archaelogical site of the Temple of Poseidon and watched the amazing view of the sun setting over the …

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David Appell & The Troposphere

David Appell is a character that claims to have a degree in Math and Physics (Double Major) and apparently has been a contributor to various publications including Scientific American, Nature, New Scientist, and others. He also regularly posts comments on the blog of Dr. Roy Spencer, one of the climatologists who examines satellite data to …

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On Dual Citizenship and Prime Ministers

First, I want to make it quite clear that I am not an Andrew Scheer supporter by any means. In fact, he stands for policies that I find absolutely against inherent rights including freedom of association. His refusal to consider dismantling “supply chain management” of milk marketing boards is just one area that I find …

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