Saturday musings.

Well, another week down, another week just about to begin.

I wish that I had some clear idea of the direction that I want to go with this blog. Might come to me one day. I want to keep this blog separate from the topics that I discuss on by other blog, but there probably will be some overlapping of the two.

I recently hit the 5,000 km mark on my bike.

Been out on a few weekend motorcycle trips this year. Not as many as last year though. The pandemic was nice in the sense that it cut down a massive amount of traffic on the highways and made the trips pleasant. Traffic levels are back to pre-pandemic levels and with that the amount of dangerous drivers on the highways has shot back up again negating the pleasant quietness of the open roads.

It’s raining again, finally.

It’s also cooling off. Now I have to wear my blouse tops with my dresses on most days going to work. I know, “the struggles of the modern man”.

Finally got both doses of Moderna, still no Wi-Fi of 5G reception. I’m beginning to think that a lot of these anti-vaxxers are full-o-shit.

One of the hardest things about writing this blog is that having grown up in a dysfunctional and emotionally stunted household, expressing myself is something that I find hard to do. I can talk technical talk, but anything involving emotions is still hard to do. But we’ll see if I can overcome those blockages or not.

I’m trying tp make use of my MacBook more often so that I can “capture” my thoughts as they come up. My previous style was to try to remember what I wanted to write down and then write when I had the chance. But that didn’t work as I was usually involved with something and so the fleeting thoughts were lost.

My two civil actions are proceeding at the moment. One is related to Earl Ray Stevens, and the other is a class action related to Canadian Armed Forces officer Captain Father Angus McRae. Paperwork has been filed, documents have been exchanged, but both actions are in their infancy. Neither action is expected to get underway until next spring.

There is an election currently underway. And as much as I am hope that Dr. Hedy Fry and Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan lose their seats, I am greatly worried about the Conservatives winning. I can’t see the Conservatives risking upsetting their base by allowing M.A.i.D. for psychological issues such as depression. The Conservatives are more than likely to pass an amendment making it a legal requirement that depressed people attend bible study camp. Regardless I will be voting for Breen Ouellette, the NDP candidate for Vancouver Centre. There is absolutely no way that I could ever bring myself to vote for the Liberal Party of Canada and especially not Hedy Fry. Not after she made it very clear that child sexual abuse in the Canadian Armed Forces is something that she’s apparently willing to live with.

Anyways, until the next posting.

Author: bobbiebees

I started out life as a military dependant. Got to see the country from one side to the other, at a cost. Tattoos and peircings are a hobby of mine. I'm a 4th Class Power Engineer. And I love filing ATIP requests with the Federal Government.

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