12:05.. Who's importance is being inflated? The plaintiff or defendant? Perhaps both.
Posted by Anonymous to Our Town and Its Business at 28 January 2016 at 08:48
And perhaps neither.
Much of my time is spent with left foot elevated on a stool to minimize swelling and
discomfort. My attention is diverted by the birds,chipmunks and squirrels feasting from the cornucopia of seeds and cornmeal spread out on a table ,a bird feeder and the railings of my deck by Heather.
Stephanie's old lab Mickey goes in an out, He sits on the edge of the deck gazing upon his territory,
raising his nose to the wind occasionally, nostrils trembling with the hint of something or other.
CJ the calico cat has equal opportunity to exit but doesn't always. He sniffs the air and decides when discretion is the better part of valour.
Cardinals are never so brilliant as with winter contrast of fresh snow, ice blue skies and dark cedar green hedges. Young males are tall and slim and even more brilliant in their new red plumage.
A blue jay came to visit a couple of weeks ago. Big and handsome and startling blue. He did not return. someone else is probably feeding him peanuts.
The squirrels' acrobatics are entertaining to watch. But the food isn't intended for them. And they're so greedy. No matter how much they eat, it never seems to be enough.
Half a dozen mourning doves came to visit a couple of times and clustered in a corner and a pair of mangy starlings also check in now and then. . Gold finches too have made a single appearance. All other little domestic birds gather in numbers and appear to be very fine and healthy
and enjoying the mild winter.
I listen to a T.V. expert telling me how wildlife is dying out in the urbanization and climate change and look out my window and watch the complete opposite happening.
It reminds me of how legendary English gardens faded when coal burning stopped because choking fog was killing people from the chemicals in the atmosphere be fire they washed ceased down into the soil.
Contradictions exist everywhere .
This is true . But this is also true. Weight of evidence is critical. Or not. Depending on judgement exercised.
Our current conversation is focused on Ontario Justice Mark Edward's decision and trying to make sense of it.
Yesterday I struggled with the concept of "an Old Boys' Club" at work. Tangled myself in knots and abandoned that angle.
There was no such local network backing Morris and her friends. It's not the answer.
But there is an answer.