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Monday July 28, 2014

10:39 Scribbler skeletons, history lessons and four days of shows at Island Fringe Festival »Journal-Pioneer Living
CHARLOTTETOWN —A clown in denial, a storyteller suffering from verbal diarrhea, and a history lesson unlike anything found in a school textbook — these are just a few acts audiences can catch at the third annual Island Fringe Festival.
09:22 Legendary shark: The tale of great white caught off P.E.I. shores resurfaces »The Guardian - Local News
Warren Joyce has only seen a sliver of the mighty beast. The fisheries technician with the Canadian Shark Research Laboratory would have relished seeing the entire great white shark after it was caught off P.E.I. more than 30 years ago. CLICK HERE FOR ATLANTIC CANADA SHARK FACTS “It would have ...
09:14 Questions Which Robert Ghiz Refuses to Answer »redlikeme.ca
The local media seem sedated on Celebration 2014 and there is no pressure on the Robert Ghiz team while they blow 29 million dollars on Liberal elite and drive over the poor. Red Like Me gets lots of questions submitted, … Continue reading
08:57 Is The Newspaper Boy A Wealth Builder? »redlikeme.ca
In securities speak your newspaper boy, through the delivery of your subscription is maybe a wealth builder entitled to a reasonable commission for any profit you make from the knowledge you gain in reading the newspaper. The newspaper boy is … Continue reading
08:55 A few Showers today and tonight expected across PEI »peistormchaser
Monday July 28th 8:45am.. A frontal trough located along over western Maine this morning will move very slowly eastward over the next day or so meanwhile low pressure will develop to the south and will will ripple northward along the … Continue reading
08:38 CBC Charlottetown Ignores Millions of PEI Securities, What About Phillip Watts »redlikeme.ca
The PEI media continue a cosy relationship with the Liberal and CBC PEI is ignoring the millions of dollars of lost investments within the securities industry in little old Charlottetown.  CBC and the Guardian both ignored Scotiabank and the failed … Continue reading
08:24 Dutch transplants farming on P.E.I »Journal-Pioneer Local
08:24 Men face drunk driving charges after arrests in Prince and Kings counties »The Guardian - Local News
Complaints from the public led to the arrests of two men for drunk driving over the weekend. On Sunday evening, a 25-year-old man was arrested for impaired driving in the Commercial Cross area after Montague RCMP received a tip and description of the vehicle from a caller. The driver was taken ...
08:24 Men face drunk driving charges after arrests in Prince and Kings counties »Journal-Pioneer Local
Complaints from the public led to the arrests of two men for drunk driving over the weekend. On Sunday evening, a 25-year-old man was arrested for impaired driving in the Commercial Cross area after Montague RCMP received a tip and description of the vehicle from a caller. The driver was taken ...
08:16 Tickets on Sale for Senior & Master Men’s Canadian Fast Pitch Championships »City of Charlottetown
2014-07-28 For six days this summer, Charlottetown will be home to Canada's prestigious Canadian
08:09 Celebrating our heritage farms »The Guardian - Local News
Agriculture committee looking for operations active since 1864 to apply
08:09 Celebrating our heritage farms »Journal-Pioneer Local
Agriculture committee looking for operations active since 1864 to apply
07:15 Trying to fill Senate seat not priority now: Ghiz »The Guardian - Local News
Premier awaits direction from PM on future Red Chamber
07:15 Trying to fill Senate seat not priority now: Ghiz »Journal-Pioneer Local
Premier awaits direction from PM on future Red Chamber
05:33 Flag raisings will kick off Pride week on the Island »The Guardian - Local News
Organizers of the annual Pride festival on Prince Edward Island will be out in full colour today holding flag-raising ceremonies across the province in support of the local GLBTQ and Pride week 2014. “We’ve reached out to municipalities across the province and the reception has been amazing,” ...
05:33 Flag raisings will kick off Pride week on the Island »Journal-Pioneer Local
Organizers of the annual Pride festival on Prince Edward Island will be out in full colour today holding flag-raising ceremonies across the province in support of the local GLBTQ and Pride week 2014. “We’ve reached out to municipalities across the province and the reception has been amazing,” ...
02:04 People who have moved there (34 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
I know a lot of posts are really old on here
Would love to hear from people on these posts that did move and what their views were if they have any tips etc...
01:29 Losses piling up for senior baseball Islanders »The Guardian - Sports
Luc Vautour hit a walk-off three-run home run Sunday as the Moncton Mets defeated the Charlottetown Gaudet’s Auto Body Islanders 6-5.It was the Islanders’ third loss in two days and stretched the team’s losing streak to seven games in New Brunswick Senior Baseball League action. Charlottetown ...
01:27 Athletics outslug Cornwall in KCBL action »The Guardian - Sports
Dylan Beck went 3-for-3 Sunday to lead the P.E.I. Brewing Company Athletics to a 16-11 victory over the Cornwall Mudhens in Kings County Baseball League action. Adam Smith picked up the win with relief from Marshall Ellis. Zach Marsh, who went the distance, took the loss. Corey Douguay had two ...
01:24 Ex-Rocket, Acadia goalie goes pro »The Guardian - Sports
Former P.E.I. Rocket and Acadia Axemen goalie Evan Mosher has signed on with the Quad City Mallards of the Central Hockey League for the 2014-15 season. Mosher, 23, went 17-5-0 in 22 games last season with Acadia, backstopping the Wolfville, N.S., school to the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) ...
00:04 Campground help! (103 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
Hi there!

I stayed at a campground in 2010 and I can't remember what it was called. Here's some details - if anybody recognizes it and can help it would be great. The couple who ran it were older and retired and they lived on site. They had two golden retrievers who walked around the campground which was near the water and had small cabins to rent. The most identifying feature was a small lighthouse in the middle of the property (about one story high)

Ring a bell? I sure would like to find it again!...

Sunday July 27, 2014

23:43 IHAQ#15 - The Ethics of Innovation »EdTechTalk (Dave Cormier)

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21:41 The 150 Sailing Challenge begins Monday in Charlottetown »The Guardian - Sports
A horn will sound at the front of the Charlottetown Yacht Club (CYC) Monday at 10 a.m. to start The 150 Sailing Challenge. The race of some 250 nautical miles has been organized by the Souris Harbour Authority and is part of the 2014 sesquicentennial celebrations. There is $7,000 to be won, ...
21:16 [PHOTO] Eight Toronto photos »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
Today's posting is another aggregation of Instagram photos I've taken in Toronto over the past week, on Bloor Street, near Yonge and Dundas, around Church and Wellesley, and finally in Kensington Market.

(Normal posting will hopefully resume tomorrow, when I actually get a working laptop.)

Planters of the future, on Bloor west of Dovercourt

Planters of the future, on Bloor west of Dovercourt #toronto #torontophotos #gardens #bloorstreetwest #bloorstreet #bloor #dovercourtroad


Looking west on Edward Street

Looking west on Edward Street, evening #toronto #torontophotos #edwardstreet #yongeanddundas


The rainbow flag and the flag of Canada, outside of Buddies in Bad Times

The rainbow flag and the flag of Canada, outside of Buddies in Bad Times #toronto #Torontophotos #theatre #buddiesinbadtimes #churchandwellesley #flags #rainbow #canada


Construction tower for 66 Isabella, Church and Isabella

Construction tower for 66 Isabella, Church and Isabella #toronto #torontophotos #isabellastreet #churchstreet #churchandwellesley #condos


Front garden, 575 Church Street

Front garden, 575 Church Street #toronto #torontophotos #churchandwellesley #churchstreet #gardens #flowers #angles


Looking into Cawthra Park from Church

Looking into Cawthra Park from Church #toronto #Torontophotos #churchstreet #churchandwellesley #parks #cawthrapark #worldpride


Pink flowers, grey wall on Nassau Street

Pink flowers, grey wall on Nassau Street #toronto #Torontophotos #flowers #gardens #kensingtonmarket #nassaustreet


Looking north on Augusta Avenue

Looking north on Augusta Avenue #toronto #torontophotos #Augustaavenue #kensingtonmarket #nassaustreet #pedestriansunday
20:35 An afternoon stroll through Central Park. (at The San Remo) »timothycullen.com


An afternoon stroll through Central Park. (at The San Remo)

20:00 Rural living sees resurgence at Crapaud Exhibition »The Guardian - Local News
61st annual exhibition sees large crowd take in number of event
19:55 St. Anne’s Sunday in Lennox Island brings communities together »Journal-Pioneer Local
LENNOX ISLAND — St. Anne’s Sunday in Lennox Island, known for being one of the oldest celebrations held on P.E.I., has been happening each year since the early 1900s.
19:38 Christmas in July raises money for IWK »Journal-Pioneer Local
BORDEN-CARLETON – There may not have been snow on the ground, but Christmas came early this year and for a good cause.
19:06 Bedeque team claims mosquito A baseball tournament »Journal-Pioneer Sports
KINKORA – The Bedeque Blue Jackets captured the Somerset Festival mosquito A baseball tournament here recently.
18:25 Tyne Valley’s Soap Box Derby a hit with the public »Journal-Pioneer Local
TYNE VALLEY – Entering Tyne Valley, coloured flags are wrapped around telephone poles that line the streets.
17:41 Premier not looking out for interests of all Islanders »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
Editor, What do you think of our first-class world traveller? Quite an amazing guy, eh? Just the wink of the eye or a flick of his fingers and Premier Ghiz changes rules and alters protocols to suit his own purpose.
17:39 Songs of war and American culture »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
You can tell quite a bit about a country’s political culture by the songs it produces during wartime.
17:38 Social media and the parent »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
The message is disturbing and, unfortunately, in this day and age, all too common.
17:34 Raiders win bronze at flag football nationals »The Guardian - Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – The Summerside Raiders are returning home with a medal.The P.E.I. representative in the under-16 boys division of the flag football national championships defeated Nova Scotia 31-12 in the bronze-medal game at UPEI on Sunday afternoon.“We are more than happy for sure,” said ...
16:13 Raiders win bronze »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – The Summerside Raiders are returning home with a medal.
16:13 UPDATED: Raiders win bronze »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – The Summerside Raiders are returning home with a medal.
15:38 Blink »Island Musings
….and they were ‘harperized’. Who noticed?
15:00 Raising the bar »The Guardian - Business
Charlottetown native turns energy bar business into a big success with more than 30 locations selling the product across the Maritimes
14:45 MacDougall pitches Chevys to title »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Summerside posts undefeated record
14:13 To Chrystal, my lost "Sister" »Riki's Misadventures At Life

I can’t believe it’s been 12 years. 12 years without you. I think about you and I miss you every day. Your babies have grown into beautiful young adults. I think you’d be proud of them.

I wonder sometimes, if you were still here, would you have dove headfirst into the fandoms that I have? Harry Potter, Twilight, The Hunger Games. Would you have read every book, and gone to every Midnight Movie showing? Would you watch Frozen with me, over and over and over again? Could I have gotten you interested enough in politics to watch The Daily Show and The Colbert Report with me? Would you have come to New York with me to see the tapings? Wow, you and I wandering Manhattan; we’d be two lost sheep wandering into the wolf’s den. *L* I think you and Kelly would get on like a house on fire. Then I’d have two best friends that I love with all my heart.

Would you have hung out in dialysis with me? Or met me downtown afterwards for lunch? When I needed to lose weight to get back on the transplant list, would you have come to drag me all over town, just so that I wouldn’t be sat at home on my behind? Would you have come to see me in the hospital, when I was so sick that I almost died?

Would we play Animal Crossing together? That would be a hoot. We’d be shaking trees and catching bugs and fish, trading items and playing games on Tortimer Island. Would you help me prepare for the Jeopardy online test every year?

I sometimes wonder, if you were still here, would I have done any of the things that I’ve done? Would I have even started watching Colbert? Would I have gone to New York? Would I have met Kelly? Though, I’m pretty sure you had something to do with that. I think you knew that Kelly and I needed each other, and I thank you for that and for her.

I still love you, and I will love you forever. Though the ache has subsided, for the most part, I still have a wound that will never fully heal, because you are not here. I know that it wasn’t your choice to go, and that if you had your way, you’d still be here, driving me crazy, and making me laugh. I take solace in knowing that I’ll see you again someday, and that you’re watching over us; me, your mom and dad, your brother and sisters, and your kids.

Until we meet again,
Your loving “Sister”

14:04 Heaven is for Real (57 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
watched this movie last night after hearing comments about it, though not the type of movie i would normally watch on a Saturday night, i was intrigued. turned out i really liked the movie, what i would call a "nice" movie. if you're religious it will inspire you, if you're not, it will make you wonder. 7.5/10...
13:37 Connaughton narrowly misses advancing at Commonwealth Games »The Guardian - Sports
New Haven’s Jared Connaughton did not advance in the 100 metre Sunday at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. The 29-year-old sprinter finished third in his heat in 10.47, but his time put him 27th in the field of 72. Jamaica’s Kemar Bailey-Cole won the heat in 10.16. Guyana’s Adam ...
12:51 Summerside Raiders playing for bronze Sunday at 1 p.m. »The Guardian - Sports
UPEI hosting flag football nationals
12:51 Summerside Raiders playing for bronze Sunday at 1 p.m. »Journal-Pioneer Sports
UPEI hosting flag football nationals
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