Click the play button below to determine which you hear. Laurel or Yanni.
Not politics, but still my blog. This recipe was hodge-podged of leftovers from the fridge today. Fairly low carb, low calorie. Just wanted to share.
Preheat oven to 350F.
Spread one ounce (30g) of Kraft Mexicasa shredded cheese all over the dish. (110 Calories)
Bake in oven for 20 minutes.
While baking, I made some cole slaw (250 Grams of three colour premixed cole slaw, and 2 table spoons of Kraft fat free Italian dressing) (I prefer the oil based cole slaw to creamy cole slaw) – (85 Calories total)
Makes two servings.
This is why we need change in Ontario.
The NDP under Bob Rae blew open the debt following David Peterson
The Liberals under McGuinty blew open the debt following the Harris/Eves governments
And the Liberals under Kathleen Wynne are so fiscally irresonsible that they are worse than heavy spender Dalton McGuinty. Wynne is not a Liberal. She is a hard core socialist.
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This guy is OfficiallyScrewed and officially nailed.It happened after 7 p.m. Monday at a woman’s home on Thomas Argue Rd. in the Ottawa community of Carp.
StatsCan reports that 3 out of every 4 people make up 75% of the population.
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Two Samosas and 2 beers later, I greet Mr. QMS. Two tapers behind me are grooving about shows and equipment. Nice chit chat. One sounds German and the other is from California. Both seem pretty nice.
A non head Halifax next to me was awkward. He was more cleancut than Ward Cleaver. There were two heads from BC staying in St. Catherines parked in front of me. They really seemed to enjoy the show and almost danced as much as I did.
The band comes on late. With bluesfest ending at 11, there seems to be some curiousity about whether they will play two sets. Probably only doing one big one and an encore.
Set list is below.
Hell in a bucket
Help>Slip>Caution (do not stop on tracks)>
New Speedway Boogie>
Wharf Rat> (a fave of mine)
I fought the Law>
After the finale, Phil who is a liver transplant recipient came out which he does all the time and reminded people about being organ donors. I haven’t signed my card but will for Phil and I will turn to a loved one and say “I want to be an organ donor”. You should do the same.
Encore : On the Road Again>
Touch of Grey
The staples of Truckin’, Casey Jones and Touch of Grey for the non head in the crowd seemed to be par for the course.
That’s it, that’s all. I was right on the single set. But it was a long one.
See ya in Philly Boys right after a disgustingly sloppy cheesesteak.
I’m in. I found a sweet spot next to the walkway where the fence bends so according to the couple next to me we would be protected from the beaten path.
They watch my chair while I grab a couple of pints. The opening act is on. Sounds like some kick ads Mellon and Black Crowds style. It’s a young Ottawa band called Silver Creek. (Either they are named after a beer or they could be). Not bad.
An older man is wearing a QMS t-shirt. I’m contemplating letting him know my ringing is QMS. So is half the Officially Screwed audio for my videos. What a dichotomy! The dead and my right slant on politics. But it’s the libertarian way that often straddles that centrist space Canada loves so much.
I need me a bite to eat.
To be continued…
I’m going down the road feeling bad. I exit at Bronson to find somewhere to fill my 2.5 liters worth of empty plastic water bottles. My one vice representative of my conservative values I staunchly hold on to. (Truth be told I was going to bring a giant refillable but the Blues fest said there was no unsealed water bottles. I didn’t want to lose my trusty canteen at the door if even empty it constituted unsealed.
I park at the Museum and immediately lock myself in an emergency stairwell because of stupidity. But realistically the exit door was also locked but buzzed. After some paranoid banging a couple of nice ladies let me out. Breathe Steve breathe.
On site I see the Mill St brewery tents all over staffed by college kids. Cheap labor but it adds a c-note and a line to a resume.
So bottom line is that I am here.
To be continued…
I’m raising a glass to toast our great nation. Happy Birthday Canada.
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