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Updated on May 27, 2010 at 4:03 PM

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Re: “What should be done with the old Spring Garden Road Library?

Came here to say the same thing as dartguy. There were days when the library was closed because there was no climate control, that's no environment for a museum collection or display either.

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Posted by jgoreham on 07/13/2016 at 12:55 PM

Re: “Dandelion blooms

Just wondering if anybody knows what happened? We tried to go the other weekend for a coffee and it was super closed. I see on the facebook page with no explanation that says they're closed. Seems so sad :(

Posted by jgoreham on 02/03/2016 at 12:28 PM

Re: “Halifax Transit needs names for its 2,700 bus stops

At least one city councillor at this week’s committee of the whole didn’t really see the need for the costly new system. Matt Whitman questioned why bus drivers couldn’t just call out the stops themselves.

“When I’m on the bus, I could do it,” the deputy mayor half-joked.

ASSHOLE. This is why actual poor people who ACTUALLY TAKE THE GOD DAMNED BUS need to be involved in this shit. They don't take transit seriously because they don't need to take it so it will never get better just be increasingly half-assed with every "improvement". Park your car for a month in February and TAKE THE BUS then come back with that experience and do some real work that will really improve people's fucking lives.

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Posted by jgoreham on 12/10/2015 at 9:20 AM

Re: “Saving lives, after death

Medical technology is amazing- my cousin has cystic fibrosis and at birth her prognosis was not great, but over our lifetime alone the advances in treatment are incredible- and that somebody can receive a set of lungs from a donor and have a new lease on life is just incredible. I am so happy for Umlah! He is right, if your wishes are that your organs be donated tell your loved ones. This article also makes me think of a friend who lost a daughter to medical error- I have heard her say that though the loss of their daughter is devastating, they take comfort in having decided to tick "yes" to organ donation, to have helped others.

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Posted by jgoreham on 10/29/2015 at 9:21 AM

Re: “How this city almost killed me 

The button doesn't stop the on-coming cars. You do still have to wait for them to stop before you use the crosswalk. Arrive at your destination alive!

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Posted by jgoreham on 10/23/2015 at 10:29 AM

Re: “grocery stores going downhill fast

I was really offended that in England, the cashiers sit down and don't do anything other than scan your goods over the barcode reader. They will sit there and watch you struggle to bag your own groceries (I don't mind bagging but I can't get the stupid thing open to put stuff INTO it!) until the landing pad is clear enough for them to put the next person through.

Sounds like OP shops somewhere that has a lot of yellow box products? That's the only one I can think of that doesn't bag your stuff for you.

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Posted by jgoreham on 05/11/2015 at 8:55 AM

Re: “youtube app

I just bought a 3DS and love it, I really want a Vita too. What are your favourite Vita games, OP?

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Posted by jgoreham on 04/20/2015 at 10:47 AM

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Re: “Boneheads BBQ

Pretty good. I wish there were a larger dining area (we went on a weekend at suppertime and didn't know if she should order for 'here' or 'to go' and the girl at the counter wasn't very helpful in that regard, to be honest). We each had a pulled pork sandwich. It reminded me of the Hog Roast in York, UK but if it were in North America instead of the UK. I'd like to go back and try the sweet potato chips and a few other menu items.

Posted by jgoreham on 02/24/2010 at 4:17 PM

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