Sword of Damocles 
Member since Feb 13, 2009


Seeking peace of mind

Updated on June 11, 2010 at 9:28 PM

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Re: “Bicycle Bitch

I've been watching, waiting, hoping even but...still have not seen a car driver break the law or act like an asshole. Damn! you guys are good! It's gonna happen one day and when it does, I'm going to shout "HEY YOU MEAT-EATING SON-A-BITCH CAR DRIVER!" That's going to be a rocking day.

Posted by Sword of Damocles on 06/12/2010 at 10:46 PM

Re: “Lorincz on Environment

@Realist in Dartmouth, there is a direct tie between militarism and environment, see
http://www.thecoast.ca/halifax/war-on-eart…. Let me sum it up for you, militaries are the biggest consumers of fossil fuels on the planet, they routinely (albeit illegally) dump munitions and chemical weapons at sea, and create and spread nuclear waste/depleted uranium. In the bigger picture, $20 billion dollars per year goes to the military not counting the additional money allotted for the Afghanistan war and this amount is growing annually. Less than $1 billion goes to the environment and this amount is decreasing annually. The money we need to convert our economy from carbon based to sustainable is instead being spent on the military. If you are serious about the environment then you need to wake up about the impact of militarism.

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Posted by Sword of Damocles on 06/11/2010 at 10:18 PM

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It is great to have a good Japanese restaurant in Clayton Park. We order from here every week and the food and service is consistently excellent. I give it four instead of five stars only because I have had even better fare in Victoria, Vancouver, Toronto, Las Vegas (you heard me) and Fukushima. Milamodo, Hamachi House and Dharma are the best places to eat Japanese in the city.

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