Film Studies – Wiebo’s War

***This post is going to primarily be about the 2011 documentary Wiebo’s War by director/producer David York which can be seen for free at the National Film Board website.  It will also draw upon the book ‘Saboteurs: Weibo Ludwig's War against Big Oil' by Andrew Nikiforuk for added information.*** The events of the late 1990s which came to be known as … Continue reading Film Studies – Wiebo’s War

Well, this could be interesting…

So this happened a couple of weeks ago: Canada officially has a PPC Party!  In real life! I'm mildly annoyed that we still haven't reached the introduction to Uprising's wimpy-left Prime Minister Jack Hemp (yes really) and his wishy washy 'Progressive Party of Canada.'  Although I don't know how much comedic value this event might … Continue reading Well, this could be interesting…

31.1-Losing Generations

***The most recent post in the deconstruction turned my thoughts down some dark paths.  Specifically about tragedy and loss, and the grief of survivors.  Be warned, this post will include discussions of suicide and the death of young people.  The fact that Douglas Bland hasn't seen fit to consider these subjects makes it all the … Continue reading 31.1-Losing Generations