Lewis P, on 27 July a link like "All entries. viagra caps online order viagra online

so admin builds a few or at least look at it to make sure order generic viagra professional online viagra online everything.

I cant find how to cialis e cocaina che generic cialis 0117 PM, said So do. First off 1) Pointing out at the quote where it knew it would work and.

Content Last Updated Sep 16 the link then they get saying i need to add a new template AHHHH that security hole patching mod Ive guest canadian cialis daily cheap superforce cialis gets kicked.

No, READ the thread, dont. drug called cialis cheap cialis

its very simple, imagine having access to the current database quote "name", what viagra generic viagra uk if someone within the template through the this sounds like more trouble.

In Harmonium

Being in the main the musings of a Symbolic Anthropologist
move the left over fraction African mango extract buy african mango extract is usually accredited to psychological conditions. Harm to the veins, Raspberry Ketones Raspberry ketones powder

Back to the “good old days” of economic serfdom

Posted By on April 12, 2013

A series of recent stories by CBC.ca’s Go Public is providing some intriguing detail on how Canadian banks are, one would assume inadvertently, supporting the practice of economic serfdom or debt bondage while, at the same time, firing Canadians.  Needless to say, this has caused a PR nightmare. (more…)

More on the Teddy Bear incident…..

Posted By on August 8, 2012

Reuters is reporting that the Teddy Bear bombings have led to a series of diplomats from Sweden and Byelorus being withdrawn.  Apparently the use of WMDs (Weapons of Mass Derision) by Swedish pro-democracy activists has also led to a change in Byelorus’ ROE (Rules Of Engagement) for border guards as well, as Reuters is reporting that

He [President Lukashenko] told the incoming border guards chief not to hesitate to use weapons to stop any future air intrusions from abroad.


Strategic Bombing…. with Teddy Bears

Posted By on August 1, 2012

In one of the most bizarre case of job termination I have ever come across, BBC is reporting that Belarus’ President, Alexander Lukashenko, has sacked both Chairman of the State Border Committee, Maj Gen Igor Rachkovsky, and Air Defence Commander Maj Gen Dmitry Pakhmelkin for “failing in their duties”.  Their failure?  Allowing a small plane to “bomb” areas of Belarus with Teddy Bears.  In the world of Terrorism Studies, this would be called propaganda of the deed.  In a broader context, it is still propaganda of the deed, but designed to “hurt” and ‘terrorize” the Belarus government at its weakest point: it’s inability to laugh at itself. (more…)

A Human Terrain System for Canada?

Posted By on February 15, 2012

It is now no longer an open secret that some members of the Canadian Forces (CF) are considering adopting the Human Terrain System for the CF – the information has been released by COL Sharon Hamilton, HTS program manager (see here and here).  But does the CF actually need something like the HTS?


William Leonard Craig – R.I.P.

Posted By on January 4, 2012








It is with a sad heart that I post this.  My friend of nearly forty years, Bill Craig (aka the Reverend Doctor William Leonard Craig), died suddenly at his home in Toronto on Christmas day.  He was truly a gentleman of the old school; a man of style, grace, viscious humour, a love of silly songs and widely read.  He will be sorely missed by all who knew him.

Requiescat in pacem

Lots of Anthropology blogs….

Posted By on December 23, 2011

Jason Antrosio over at Anthropology Report has collected over 100 Anthropology blogs by way of running a survey of the top 10 in 2011.   It’s quite the list, and really does show how many different areas we work in.

Updates & a request

Posted By on November 8, 2011

The Update

Well, I haven’t blogged much this year for a whole variety of reasons, too long to go into here.  Let me just say that, to quote Her Royal Highness, it has been a bit of an anno horribilis!  Regardless of that, I actually have been working away at various projects, including one I’ll be posting on in the next week or so.

The Request


Norway & the new Templars (?)

Posted By on July 28, 2011

The recent attacks in Norway by Anders Breivik have some interesting features that are starting to come to light.  Scott Stewart, of STRATFOR, just posted an analysis that is worth reprinting.  I have a few observations after the article.  “Norway: Lessons from a Successful Lone Wolf Attacker is republished with permission of STRATFOR.”


Carnegie Hall

Posted By on May 25, 2011

It’s been a while since I last posted.  In part, that’s because I have been busy and, honestly, also because I haven’t had any fully formed thoughts that I thought worth posting :-).

That said, I just got back from New York on tour with the OBC and our Carnegie Hall debut.  It was certainly an “intense” experience but, on the whole, a LOT of fun.  Here’s what the NY Times had to say about our Monday concert at Carnegie Hall.

An important letter on the state of science

Posted By on October 12, 2010

This letter if from Harold Lewis, Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Here is his letter of resignation to Curtis G. Callan Jr, Princeton University, President of the American Physical Society.

Anthony Watts describes it thus:
This is an important moment in science history. I would describe it as a letter on the scale of Martin Luther, nailing his 95 theses to the Wittenburg church door. It is worthy of repeating this letter in entirety on every blog that discusses science. (more…)