Monthly Archives: May 2006

“We Can BJ”

This is a guest post from SJ Alexander My boyfriend and I were tootling around Greater Wallingford on May seventh when I noticed a landscaping flyer on the ground with writing on it in pen. The only thing I can’t … Continue reading

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Density, mixed use, and the right to bear umbrellas

The other weekend, my Hot Research Associate and I made a break for the border in order to temporarily escape Seattle. We stayed at The Buchan, an older, charming “European style” hotel in the West End of Vancouver, just a … Continue reading

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Anxiously awaiting the Tim Horton’s Invasion

Some time ago, I wrote about preparing myself for the invasion / terrorists / end-times / bird-flu / hostile BBC takeover of all that we hold dear by stocking up on cost-effective liquor from the duty-free. Well, one invasion that … Continue reading

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