Monthly Archives: March 2006

The Audit, part 3

[part 2] [part 1] It is grey outside, but the Window is still brighter than the lights, washing out everything with a blue-grey hue. I sit on the gimpy stool in front of her and she sits up in the … Continue reading

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The Audit, part 2

Last post, I met with the auditor in person. The images of those two horrible men from the CRA begin to fade somewhat from my mind. This government auditor smiles warmly, almost shyly, as she introduces herself and for a … Continue reading

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The Audit

“She was just a horrible woman. Mean. Snappy. She was at it for days and in the end I had to pay them like 3000 dollars and I still don’t know what for.” “They did all this stuff and I … Continue reading

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Too Many Humans

While I don’t entirely argree with this article critizing organic farming, some of its population assessments got me thinking. They assert that technological improvements in farming will feed the growing number of people on the planet. It may well work, … Continue reading

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Drunks and Comps

I get all kinds of strange people at the shop. Something about being downtown, who knows? One of my favourite types are drunks, who will pour into the shop to amuse me with tales about how their machines got screwed … Continue reading

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Don't Waste My Time

Some days I crave a break from the seemingly endless inane crap that swirls around my job. This was never a thing for me in the past, but lately it has been really getting to me. At the top of … Continue reading

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