Philosophical ramblings after a long night of deep internal monologues
I recommend listening to Alan Watts rather than to my drivel
Loner Party "An Unacceptable Happiness" (mp3) from "Protest is Dead"
Barzin "Just More Drugs" (mp3) from "Just More Drugs"
In honour of Remembrance Day, November 11th
watch Howards Hughes' WW1 flying ace epic: Hell's Angels
watch James Cagney in Captains Of The Clouds about Canadian bush pilots join the RCAF war effort
note: I meant to say "NOT" an actor playing Billy Bishop, he played himself
from the CBC archieves...
“Some must die so that others may live.? Winston Churchill.
By 2002, about 116,780 Canadians have died in war and peacekeeping missions around the world. Remembrance Day honours the men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
In this 1944 CBC Radio clip, war correspondent Matthew Halton evokes the “dead and the damned battalions,? reflects that “there’ll be mad dogs again in the future,? and urges li