Tag Archives: Saskatchewan

Does God care about Football? Rider fan nun thinks so

There’s something football related going on. Apparently Saskatoon’s Mayor, Charlie Clark, has announced that Friday, November 17 is Green Shirt Day in honour of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Not that I find website proof of this statement anywhere, nor do I … Continue reading

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Question of Atheist Scruples – student atheist edition

Nice! Your 15-year-old refuses to stand and repeat the Lord’s Prayer at school. She says she is an atheist. Do you support her right to refuse? Fuck yeah. I’m reminded of a news article from earlier this year here in … Continue reading

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Have a squirrel

Another day off. Enjoy more nature. No, just fast. Here’s a better one. Last summer at the cabin I followed him and his kin around the yard for a while trying to get some decent photos. They’ll sit, but they … Continue reading

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The One Minion Search Party – “how old should you be to watch csi”

Did you know that the Saskatoon Public Library loans movies and TV shows on DVDs? Part of me thinks the place needs to advertise itself a whole lot better. I frequently run into people who have no idea free movies … Continue reading

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Excorcism in Saskatoon? Say it ain’t so!

Exorcism seems like one of those quirky things that should only exist in the realm of fiction. Sadly, since many people insist on believing a god can exert power over a populace, and hold the opposing belief that demons can … Continue reading

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Taking a snow day

Actually, I’m just bloody lazy. I had fun last night at the dance. A lot of people took the costume suggestions to heart and came well kitted out with period outfits. I cheated with jeans and a white T-shirt but … Continue reading

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City authorities to inspect controversial L.A. cross

An elderly West Hills Catholic named Laly Dobener has a two-story high cross in her yard, flecked with paint to symbolize Christ’s blood and a plaque that reads “Jesus I Trust In You.” Neighbours have contacted city officials and the … Continue reading

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